Deng Zhengrong is a
headman of a waterway cleanup team in China's most
affluent coastal province Jiangsu.
On 12th last month, when his crew worked on removing treacherous
debris in a section of Yangtze River in Zhenjiang (镇江),
a metal block wrapped with dark mud was scooped out.
Comparing to its moderate size, the object
was found to be extremely heavy and required a crane to move
it from one spot to another. Soon Mr Deng discovered the
reason for it being so weighty - the metal object was no
other but a cannon.
Mr Deng immediately dialled 110 to report to
local police, and the police immediately informed local museum,
and the museum immediately sent archaeologists to the scene.
Upon investigation, the archaeologists announced
that this is not a portion of relic from ancient China, but
a piece of evidence of alien invasion.
The aggressive aliens that carried the cannons
to bombard the local Chinese were supposedly from Britain,
a nation of war loving by tradition. On the weapon of mass
destruction three English letters SJS and the mark of British
royal crown are clearly visible.
It is confirmed that 铁的证据 (steel evidence)
of the West's war against China was left by British Royal
Army the Organised Drug Seller in July 1842 when it tried
to force Chinese to purchase opium produced in British colonies
in Asia by its Indian slaves.
Despite by then China was also under an alien
rule, and the native Chinese were in the middle of the 200-year
long bloody fight against one of the most primitive and destructive
ethnic groups in human history, known as Manchurians,
who originally migrated to China's northeast corner from
Siberia and did not regard themselves as part of the 5,000-year
old nation, the Chinese, nevertheless, did not believe they
should accommodate one more group of belligerent aliens in
their homeland, thus a battle to resist British invasion
carried out. As a result, the cannon was destroyed and fell
into the river.
(Source of info/photo: yangtse.com)