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China: Outraged Students Crushing Car

Sohu forum posted a witness report on a mass incident at Nankai University at Christmas Eve: A car crashed with a bicycle in the university campus, the car owner demanded compensation and threaten the students by implying that she had ‘background’. Her brother came beat up a student. Students around were outraged and crushed the car and turned it upside down (zh).

4 comments

  • Kim Huang

    those students was finally bursted out. they are right, they had had to be patient for so long a time.

    It is outrageous that the Chinese CPC government blocked and deleted all relevant posts following that event, just like the fucking government’s past behaviour!!!

  • TRUST

    I cannot link to the original news…

    What’s wrong with the news? Why is it removed? Why does CPC block it? Does it expose CPC’s impotency and corruption? Does it reflect that CPC’s statement of “representing the people” is just bullsxxt? :(

  • Kim Huang

    Stability,Stability,Stability, Stability!!! For that fucking stability, human rights were deprived of, press freedom was deprived,Internet was blocked!!!!!

    Some day, 戍卒叫,函谷举,楚人一炬,可怜焦土!!!

  • TRUST

    “可怜焦土”
    That’s true.
    Whatever happens, the first impacted and most liable are the (ant-like) people and the (silent) land….

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