Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Roiting In china

From 1976 , after the death of Comrade Mao-Tse-Tung, the great leader of the proletariat, the revisionist regime of Deng Jiao ping has embarked on a mission to re-establish the barbaric social order of Capitalism.

In the last few years they have started selling the resources and wealth of China to the western imperialists.

The great people of china, the workers and peasants have stood up in strong resistance against these bourgeois atrocities.

People in the south-western city of Chongqing fought riot police after a flower-seller was attacked by a policeman.

The rioting took place last weekend. It is currently unclear why the policeman attacked Mr Changming, but he was apparently hospitalised after being beaten with a shovel. His wife brother-in-law and son were also injured.

Rioting broke out shortly afterwards, with angry people surrounding police cars. Violent clashes broke out between roughly 1000 people and 100 riot police. In the course of eight hours of fighting two police cars were destroyed and 10 people were injured, four seriously.

Another flower-seller was beaten by city inspectors in Zhengzhou last week, this also lead to rioting with thousands facing up to riot police. This incident has reportedly led to the disciplining of several police officers and party officials.

Chongqing is the world's fastest growing conurbation and has been the site of violence before. In November 2005, police put 20 strikers in hospital while breaking up protest against lay-offs by 10,000 workers from a state steel factory. In 2004 there was massive rioting after massive job losses were caused by the Three Gorges dam project. Entire districts of the city were closed and moved with at least 47,000 jobs lost as a direct result.


Shalini said...

I think you have made a big mistake. Rupam Islam, has been one of the very few intellectuals who has been speaking against the left front governments policy in Nandigram. He went to the extent of openly writing his views in his website and speaking about it openly in his shows. There was a mistake that the newpaper Ek Din made, when they wrote his name along with some people who spoke on behalf of the left front govt, but he protested, and the letter he wrote to the editor of ek din was publised in the newspaper. I hope you will change this list. thanks

dreamer said...

Thank You for reading and commenting on my blog.
Yes. I have got this list form the internet.
Even I had doubts about Rupam and a few other names in the list.
I apologise for my mistake and I will obviously clear his name from the list.