Flowing the hugely unpopular decision to try Bo Xilai
for trumped-up charges, China's state-run media published
articles urging people in Chongqing to
stay calm and do not challenge the authority. Currently Chongqing
is ruled by former Agricultural Minister - a
Monsanto ally with evidences of his corruption and
treason exposed repeatedly by China's online community -
and the city has returned to the old police/mafia state when
vice premier Wang
Yang was the governor there. But the anger over the Bo
Xilai trial is not just confined in the cities where he once
worked, which include Chongqing,
but all over China. The photos initially posted on Redchinacn.net
were taken in Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan, on 27
July, two days after the trial decision was announced.
Some passengers on board seemed to feel puzzled that why
they were watched by the pedestrians. They didn't know people
were not really looking at them but a message posted on the
bus: Free Mr Bo and thoroughly investigate Wen Jiabao's
27 billion dollar corruption allegations.
It's not an isolated incident. Such posts appeared on a
number of buses in Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan Province,
circulating the protest messages around as the buses moved
along the busy roads.
The message on this bus read: Mr Bo, the corrupted officials
hate you, but we people love you.
More details at Redchinacn.net