China's cyber dwellers celebrated Song
Yangbiao's release from detention in the country's
largest online settlement weibo.com, where Song - China's
most courageous investigative journalist and most outspoken
supporter of Bo
Xilai, the No. 1 political enemy of Wen
House - stubbornly called it virtual home after being
denied existence for a dozen times by the administration
of sina.com.cn, a social network financially controlled
by the US.
Song Yangbiao (宋阳标),
China's most courageous investigative journalist and
most brave supporter of Bo Xilai.
After seven days of ordeal in a Beijing detention centre
for the alleged crimes of "disturbing social order",
Song Yangbiao was yesterday reported to be charged for a
more serious offence of "running around disturbing the
social order in multiple locations", presumably referring
to his investigation into current
Chongqing police chief He Ting's role in the cover up
of a multiple-murder case in Qinghai Province, and his exposure
of the corruption evidences against He Ting and his boss,
governor Sun Zhengcai, and his high profile pursuit of Sun
Zhengcai's secret deal with the US bio giant Monsanto,
and his attempt to probe over the government corruption allegations
in Henan Province. But hours later he was found in fact having
walked out of his cell.
The brave journalist was a prominent leader of a
mass movement this May that forced Mao
Yushi, a State
Council's consultant on the US
payroll list, to reschedule his public seminar that
was designed to advocate Washington's campaign to push
of Chinese constitution with the one designed by the US.
Despite being the most outspoken public figure voicing his
strong opposition to the controversial Jinan
trial of Bo Xilai, he did not encourage his followers
to go to the city to lay siege to the court house, contrary
to the misrepresentation made by the Western media. Instead,
he tried to dissuade an angry
public from engaging in an open confrontation with the
Although we salute those heroic individuals who are preparing
to take risks to challenge China's law
enforcement machine by publicly protesting the trial,
and we consider it is a legitimate right of the citizens
to witness and monitor the trial that is highly questionable
in terms of its validity, we do share Song Yanjgbiao's concern
over China's extremely volatile and explosive reality, which
could easily lead to a large-scale bloodshed and condemn
China into a situation with widespread civil chaos if the conflict
is hijacked by some sinister forces in the government and/or
from the United States, given China's legal and law enforcement
system has now been run by a mafia-like organization, the
state council. Zhu
Rongji, Wen Jiabao and Li Keqiang did not and will never
hesitate to slash a bloody trail (杀开一条血路)
for the benefit of the interest groups at home and abroad.
They did and are still doing so through fierce
suppression of different opinions, brutal
crackdown of mass oppositions and vicious
prosecution of political rivals.
But by now, Chinese online community is celebrating the
return of the hero, and celebrated through the night:
迷茫求*: Today's legal
system in China only prosecute patriots but protect the traitors.
青衫飘飘_6jd: A genuine
warrior will only become stronger when facing attack.
龙影飞扬： Warmly welcome
Song Yangbiao's triumphant return! He's a people's journalist
defending the justice.