The CCP says it does not know why 58-year-old Zhang Zhijian killed himself in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang Province. However, Zhang worked as a professor of nuclear power at Harbin Engineering University (HEU) and was also a deputy principal of the school and member of its CCP standing committee.
Did Zhang say or do something that caused him to be “suicided” by the CCP? The communists would never admit to this even if it were true, and local police are already declaring that there is no need for a murder investigation because it is clear that Zhang killed himself – though they cannot say why.
Public data shows that Zhang wore many hats in his career, including as head of the HEU’s College of Nuclear Science and Technology; director of the Nuclear Power Simulation Research Center (NPSRC), one of China’s key national defense labs; chief of the Office of Development and Planning; and an executive director of the Chinese Nuclear Society.
Zhang was pretty high up the CCP pyramid, in other words. The HEU is also deeply intertwined with the Chinese military, which means Zhang may have also been involved with that cabal as well.
There have been many suspicious CCP “suicides” in recent months
Historically, the HEU was the predecessor to the People’s Liberation Army Military Institute of Engineering, which was founded with technical support from the former Soviet Union back in 1953.
Currently, the HEU is tied to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which is the predecessor to China’s Commission for Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense.
The HEU is also officially sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Commerce, having been officially listed on its Entity List on May 23, 2020, for its involvement in military activities and weapons of mass destruction.
Oddly enough – or perhaps not, depending on your perspective – there have been a slew of mysterious CCP-related “suicides” over the past several months, mostly among high-level officials within the party.
Li Xiaoqiu, deputy director of the Culture and Tourism Department of northwestern China’s Inner Mongolia region, reportedly hanged himself in a library in Hohhot city, the capital of the region. This incident occurred on May 17.
Gao Guoliang, deputy director of the Yanshi Public Security Bureau in Luoyang city, located in central China’s Henan Province, also reportedly killed himself “in an extreme manner” in his office just five days prior to Li’s death.
Both incidents were reported with minimal details, creating added suspicion. In Li’s case, a suicide note was supposedly left behind, but Chinese authorities refused to disclose its contents. Geo’s death was reported with even fewer details.
Then we have Ma Hui, director of the command center of the Heping District Public Security Bureau in Tianjin city. Ma reportedly jumped from the top of the 27-story Seton Center on April 30. As with the others, little is known about the events surrounding his alleged suicide.
Keep in mind that Joe Biden recently handed control of America’s power grid to the same CCP that is now seeing a wave of mysterious suicides among its highest-ranking officials. Could there be a connection?
“In the fentanyl capital of the world, some near genius physicist chooses to kill himself by jumping off a building?” asked one commenter at The Epoch Times, suspicious of the official stories surrounding these deaths.
“Anyone who can make plutonium can also put together a nice death cocktail!”
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