Beijing China Protest Fire Problems
Taking a hint from the countries in the Middle East that have been using social networking sites like Facebook to battle against oppression, it now is reported that mainland China is up to it’s ears in protests as well.
About five major outbreaks of protests and unrest have hit the communist state in just under a month. Bombings, murders, and even the Mongolians have fought back against atrocities and oppression. Bombings in retaliation have been taking place and the combatants range from migrant workers to high officials.
This is startling as China hasn’t had a major counter protest of this kind in over half a century since Mao Tse Tung’s forces took over the country. Since that takeover, the public in China, has had to suffer great hardships as the country pushed the communist agenda but went into economic distress.
As the officials slowly let up and allowed more capitalism, Chinese families who’d not seen television or had showers or electricity were suddenly given a taste of the good life but also got access to news and information that had been previously blocked.
Now they’re fighting back and the government is responding with troops.
China’s history of human rights violations, slave labor, and more have apparently taken their toll on their population that is now ready to fight back and if they do, the country has only two choices, fight with armed force that would devastate the country or relinquish control of the communist regime.
It’s going to be a tough one as there’s no turning back now.
Category: China News