China: an ex-star of the foot calls to overthrow the communist Party

Chine: une ex-star du foot appelle à renverser le Parti communiste

Beijing | A former football legend chinese were subject to censorship in his country, after having called for the overthrow of the communist Party in power in Beijing.

Hao Haidong, 50 years, is, with 41 achievements, the best goalscorer in the history of the national selection. Known for his outspokenness, he has led a brilliant career in the years 1980 to 2000.

The attacker was part of the team of China that participated in the 2002 world Cup, the only World played to this day by the asian giant.

But in a video posted Thursday on YouTube, Hao Haidong the critical behavior, according to him, adverse political leaders and sportsmen during his playing career, and his inability to flourish in the chinese system.

“I think that the communist Party must be driven from the scene of the story”, says the footballer, with a woman who is presented as his wife, the ex-world champion in badminton Ye Zhaoying.

“The spectre of communism should not continue to loom over the world. This is the conclusion at which I arrived”.

The account of Hao Haidong and his wife on the social network Weibo where he has over 7 million subscribers, were both inaccessible on Friday and no media in china has reported about the controversy of the player.

In his video, the footballer is allegiance to a ” Federation of the new China “, a chinese regime was imaginary, which would substitute the current “people’s Republic of China,” led by the chinese communist Party (CCP).

This plan hypothetical has been proclaimed Thursday, the anniversary of the bloody suppression of the movement in Tiananmen square in 1989, by the billionaire chinese controversial Guo Wengui. Black beast of Beijing, he lives in New York city, where it threatens regularly with the chinese government to startling revelations about the corruption of the elites.

Himself accused of corruption and sought by the justice chinese, this character eccentric, also known as Miles Kwok, is close to Steve Bannon, the former adviser of the us president Donald Trump.

The AFP has established that the video complained of showed was Hao Haidong, but was not able to confirm when it was shot. The shooting location is also unknown. It was first shared on the Twitter account of the website Gnews, linked to Guo Wengui.

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