Date: 04-10-12 20:46
DISCLAIMER: The following narratives are the educated reasoning based only PARTIALLY on the known facts. Some of the details needs the confirmation from the on-going investigation by the Chinese police/intelligence into the matter.
However, the writer desires to provide the readers another angle to observe and consider the matter which is heavily speculated by the Western media to discredit the Chinese government.
China has become a VERY dangerous place for any British opium pig to operate, especially if he/she insists to carry on the same “good old trade” as their British fathers did throughout the world.
The British old profession of drug trafficking that gets passed on from one British generation to the next could not just die out as gracefully as the British Opium Empire, because it involves money, big money, too BIG money for the impoverished British to abstain from – notwithstanding human genocide as consequences of it.
What the heck, their British God-dammed fathers AND mothers did it - as long as each one of today's British boys/girls could remember in between drug doses – and did it so “successfully” throughout the Western “industrialization age” – read colonialism and imperialism – then why should their descendants stop following the “success path” when the current Brits are unemployed and broke?
So this nasty habit of smuggling/brokering/trading poisonous substance gets even irresistible “erection” among those “in the know” – read British intelligent agents – in the time when the Brits can not “rule the wave” – read piracy – in the high seas and/or just land on any third world country to “liberate” the locals of their wealth, then carry the loots on boats back to England to subsidize their parasite life style!?
Neil Heywood is (was) a cunning, seasoned and smart intelligent agent. His superiors at the British Spy Agency MI6 surely spent a lot of time and spared no efforts/expense to prepare for his deep infiltration into the “familiar”, yet “challenging” operational ground in China.
They know that they cannot get easy access to the men of power in China as in the bad old Qing Dynasty and/or KMT time, so they plotted a very elaborate and careful strategy to pave the way for Neil to go through the jar-backdoor: through the only child of the house.
Mr. Heywood made friend with the man’s son and arranged for the son to go to England to study, allegedly on some merit scholarship – free of “charge”. Then he consulted with the wife of the house in a series of business across the world.
How this little known man like Mr. Heywood could possess such vast network of worldwide connections in order to make so many business adventures “successful”? – the question somehow escaped the nostalgic lady of the house for so long and is an open question, for now. After all, the business ventures were so good that it continued to flourish and followed the man of the house from Dalian all the way to Chongqing.
But then, the bad British habit dies hard.
Mr. Heywood apparently, in addition to carrying out the intelligent tasks assigned to him by MI6 – started to get involved secretly in the drug trafficking business in Chongqing which is not too far from the notorious Golden Triangle, aside from the “official” works for intelligence firm Hakluyt and MI6.
Despite the devastating effects on the drug trafficking business by the gang-busting campaign initiated and carried out by the man of the house, Neil still managed to reserve the precious and vital drug trafficking channel for many years and made enormous profits from it.
So much so that Neil got more daring and reckless in his dealing over time, that he finally got caught by the right-hand man of the house – the police chief Wang LiJun. However, Neil had such a big “umbrella” that Mr. Wang was hesitant to arrest Neil before informing his boss – the man of the house.
But what came next is the biggest blunder by the British seasoned spy: he tried to blackmail the wife of the house that if she would not protect him, he would expose all the secrets related to their joint ventures overseas, among other things. Some of the details were probably related to the Chinese national security matters.
Mr. Heywood just crossed the red line that NO Chinese leader could tolerate.
In order to protect the man of the house, the furious wife – remaining truly to the reputation of the Chinese women when it comes down to her family – determined to get rid of the traitorous business partner and despicable British drug trafficking criminal. So Mr. Heywood “dutifully” drank to his death in the middle of the night.
The affair was hush-hush swept under and away: postmortem examination determined the cause of the death as “natural”, body was summarily cremated, and Mr. Heywood family has been “dutifully” denying any foul play rumors – because they KNOW exactly what Mr. Heywood did and why he must die, for them to keep the millions dollars of ill acquirement.
The British government, after long guilty silence, decides to bring the issue to the open – in hope to distract the security investigation - after the Chinese intelligence intensifies the investigation into the criminal undercover activities by Mr. Heywood and his MI6 tasks in and against China. Remember, Mr. Heywood is NOT a registered agent for the British government, hence could not claim the diplomatic immunity.
The brutal intrigue by the British opium pigs in China will continue as long as there is ONE of them exists in the wild.
The subsequent exposures of details related to the Mr. Heywood case are yet to come to light.
China and Chinese people should NEVER drop their guards against the British opium pigs, or do so at their own peril!