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What's Behind A Shenzhen Newspaper's Circus Show over Editorial Revision? (1)

6 January 2013
 

The confrontation between China's patriots (mainly consisted of left wing public servants, intellectuals and vast majority of grassroots citizens) and extreme right wing elites in government, in media, in legal and in economic sectors, who are also allies/constituents/collaborators/agents of foreign powers, with many of them on Washington's direct or indirect payroll) now becomes unrecognisable, since both have realised there is no way they can co-exist peacefully. The former believe if the latter win the battle on the behalf of Washington, they would be condemned to the situation where American Indians, Iraqis and Libyans found themselves in; and the latter understand that if the former gain the control over the direction of the nation, they could be charged for the crimes of theft of public assets and of high treason.

And that is why when dozens of Left wing self-funded websites were forcibly shut down by State Council Information Office following Wen Jiabao's prosecution of Bo Xilai, all Washington associated media outlets in the West, in the mainland China, in Hong Kong and in Taiwan were silent, while a government-funded mouthpiece got an anti-state editorial modified by the government would provake a highly coordinated outburst of "popular wrath" in all Washington connected media outlets in the West, in the mainland China, in Hong Kong and in Taiwan.

Yes, the key word here is "coordination", and the "timing" of the coordination: Almost immediately after the US Congress passed new Defense Authorization Act to acknowledge Japan's illegal rights over China's Diaoyu Islands in an attempt to escalate the territorial dispute into a full-blown war, an excited Shenzhen newspaper, with the cheer squad formed by some major state-run media outlets and China's leading litigators, launched an attack on Chinese constitution with an obvious intention to stir up riot within. When the new Guangdong administration interfered, which is what the force behind is expected to see, a media war erupted, which is just like a replay of the events in the spring of 1989.

Here is what one of China's most rowdy law professor posted on weibo.com last night:

何兵 (weibo.com/1215031834/zd47hk3X4#1357424244665):

This is a war to keep (China's new leader) Xi Jinping on check.

- Draw our guns without hesitation!

[Note by Multipletext: Li is dubbed by Chinese Netizens as China's No. 1 slut for her promotion of extra marital affairs and her defence of incestuous relationship.]

If you ever wonder why this time a bunch of notoriously self-interested opportunists can be politically so audacious against the new local administration and strategically so responsive to a foreign power's manoeuvre, you should know who used to be their direct boss in Shenzhen's Publicity Department - it was Premier Wen Jiabao's former personal secretary; and you may also should know who was in charge of Guangdong in their heyday during last five years - it was Wang Yang, the ally of Wen Jiabao and the enemy of Bo Xilai.

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What Chinese Say

When UK Financial Times reported that Chinese people protested against the government interference of the Shenzhen newspaper:

芭蕉叶

作者眼睛瞎了,那么多普通老百姓和中立网友在网上嘲笑和骂南方系既做婊子又立牌坊视而不见。

The author must be blind. Can he see how many ordinary Chinese people and the Netizens who initially hold a neutral stance mock and condemn the Shenzhen newspaper, and regard its journalists and editors just a bunch of filthy whores trying to pass off as innocent virgins?


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