Xi Jinping’s faction continues the CCP internal purge campaign. Most of the purged subjects are guilty of corruption and more or less related to acts of human rights repression.
According to Apollo News, on November 24, Peng Bo, a senior vice-ministerial official, was sentenced to 14 years in prison for accepting bribes.
Peng was accused of accepting bribes while serving as deputy director of the Cyberspace Administration of China. Peng confessed to the nefarious behavior and details in giving and receiving bribes.
Spiritually, it is believed that Peng and other corrupt officials are punished for the crime of corruption and human rights abuses that the CCP supports.
Peng served as deputy head of the CCP’s 610 Office. An agency set up by former CCP’s general secretary Jiang Zemin to persecute Falun Gong, a cultivation practice that directs people to Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance.
CCP’s Central Committee established the 610 office on June 10, 1999. On July 20, 1999, under Jiang’s orders, the CCP dispatched forces to carry out the persecution of Falun Gong throughout China.
In 2011, a report by the U.S. Congressional-Executive Committee on China (CECC) determined that the 610 Office was an “outlaw organization,” suppressing human rights following the orders of CCP’s Central Committee.
Evidence suggests that the 610 system is deeply involved in the CCP’s crime of live organ harvesting against Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience in China.