Chinese Admit That They’ve Been Holding Interpol Head This Entire Time

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 8, 2018

No idea why Interpol allows people serving as officials in governments – any governments – to also serve as the head of their organization. Or in any position.

That seems very corrupt by nature.

So it isn’t surprising that the guy doing it was himself corrupt.

It also isn’t surprising that China disappeared a guy who is the head of a foreign intelligence service and held him for weeks without admitting it. China doesn’t play around.

Trump could learn a thing or two from Emperor Xi. There are a lot of traitors in our country who should be disappeared… after, of course, the official declaration of martial law is issued.


The detained Chinese head of Interpol, Meng Hongwei, is being investigated for alleged bribe-taking, Chinese authorities have announced.

Mr Meng was first reported missing in late September after travelling from Interpol HQ in France to China.

His wife has revealed that he sent her a text message with a knife emoji on the day he went missing.

Mr Meng is the latest high-profile target to be ensnared in a sweeping anti-corruption campaign.

He is also a vice-minister for public security in China.

In its announcement of the investigation, China’s Public Security Ministry said the probe was “correct, wise and shows the determination of [President Xi]’s administration to continue its anti-corruption drive”.

Interpol is the global policing agency that coordinates between police forces around the world, including searches for missing and wanted persons.

Interpol’s general secretariat oversees the day-to-day work of the 192-member organisation, with the role of the president largely ceremonial.

The organization itself is largely ceremonial, at least for the time-being. It is a globalist organization that exists more as a blueprint for a global police force than an actual global police force, in the same way that the UN serves as a blueprint for a global government rather than an actual global government.

These organizations are meant to transform into these things.

As you can see here, however, if we’re going to have a global government, it is better that it just be run by the Chinese government directly than by a globalist organization run by Jews.

Obviously, China is happy to use any of these organizations designed to be global ruling bodies to push its own ends, so there is no reason they would nab this guy on corruption charges unless he actually was corrupt. Or, if he’s working as a spy and then turned into a double agent, in which case they would probably announce corruption charges officially.

It’s funny, a few hours before Chinese announced this, the Western media was speculating that he’d killed himself after sending his wife a knife emoji.

It’s all-in-all a weird story. Not as weird as the journalist being killed inside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Turkey though. That one is ultra-weird.