Lin Baohua: Chinese public security officers are also lying flat?

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Peng Lifa quickly and calmly hung up two protest banners on the morning of October 13 on the eve of the opening of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China on the Sitong Bridge in Haidian District, Beijing. You want freedom, don’t lie, you want dignity, you don’t want the Cultural Revolution, you don’t want reforms, you don’t want leaders for votes, you don’t want to be slaves and citizens” and other words, and he even put out wolf smoke and loudspeaker broadcasts to demand Xi Jinping’s dismissal; why did he finish this in a long time? A series of actions without the interference of public security officers? Still a mystery. After that, “don’t want” became the abbreviation of a specific noun, and people don’t need to write the details anymore. People will know everything by looking at these three words.

On October 23, just after the 1st Plenary Session of the 20th Central Committee, it was night on Xiangyang North Road, Shanghai. Two ladies stood on both sides of the road and pulled up the ends of a banner with the simple words “Don’t, want, don’t ,want, don’t, want . !” The car drove under the banner, some people followed them, and more watched around, walked for a long time, and then hung the banner on the official propaganda board. The people around the parade in the street said, ‘We’ve always wanted to do this. Xiangyang North Road is in the center of Shanghai, with Huaihai Middle Road and Nanjing West Road at the north and south ends. It has always been an area where wealthy people live. Such a long parade has not seen any interference from public security officers, nor has Little Pink appeared. Li Qiang, secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, was just elected as a member of the Politburo Standing Committee this morning, and his subjects have no loyalty to him.

Xi Jinping has brought a large number of cadres who are good at fighting and in charge of security to high-level positions, and he will not spare Hu Jintao. How can he tolerate civil resistance? However, why did the grassroots police officers not show up to “maintain the two establishments”? Is it true that under the current Chinese environment, the police officers are also lying flat? Or is Xi Jinping’s main target of struggle at the moment at the top of the party, a little soft on those below, so as to avoid political enemies within the party and grassroots people to overthrow his rule? There is also a greater possibility that the protesters received widespread support, so no one reported the case to the nearby police station, so the protests continued for a long time.

The last item is affirmative. This is very different from the “mass dictatorship” during the Cultural Revolution. It shows that Xi Jinping has greatly lost the people’s hearts. The people do not act as the CCP’s eyeliner and minions, and the CCP’s suppression efficiency will inevitably drop. However, no matter what, the CCP’s dictatorship will not let them go, and their arrest is inevitable. However, they have also made such preparations, the people are not afraid of death, how can they be afraid of death? This is the crisis of Xi Jinping and the CCP’s domination. In fact, “Don’t want” has spread all over the country. If you can’t openly resist, it can also spread in the “dark corners” of the toilet. The authorities can’t always install monitors in the toilets to monitor everyone’s use of the toilet. precedent.

Since the June 4 massacre and the beginning of this century, the domestic protest movements in China have basically had very little political content, but focused on the “rights protection” of individuals or groups, that is, safeguarding their due rights and interests, and rarely involved political reforms. , Falun Gong’s Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party is rather special. Although the movement brought by the Sitong Bridge also started from the nucleic acid test for epidemic prevention to win the hearts and minds of the people, it has also spread to the whole people. . This pushes the protest movement into a new stage of re-enlightenment. Whether it can be sustained or not is very worthy of attention, because it is related to the future of China.

A single spark can start a prairie fire. The emotions of the people are already a pile of dry wood. From Beijing and Shanghai to Urumqi and Lhasa through Xining, Zhengzhou, when a spark ignites, it may start a prairie fire. Public security officers may lie flat, and autocratic machines may fail. How long can Emperor Xi’s red flag be held? However, in order for the movement to expand and develop in depth, the most important thing is whether it can break the cultural barriers of thousands of years of ultra-stable structures.

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