koneko_desu (koneko_desu) wrote,



去年藏独的事儿风烟刚刚开始消,今年温总理在EU tour 的最后一个站, London (England) 那群无知的藏独家伙又出来丢人现眼了。这么缺德趁着温总理在Cambridge大学讲演向总理扔鞋子?!?! 连中国是什么political system都不懂,说总理是dictator, 我呸!

又没有创造力也不懂中国政治就乱在那儿胡说八道!总理是不是dictator管你屁事儿? 就算是我们中国人民喜欢他,支持他,你多差什么嘴?!中国的总理,听中国人民的,不听你的!人家能管好一个泱泱大国多不容易,你就管你自己的政府就行了,自己的小英国都管不过来还说我们的总理?!我呸呸呸呸呸!!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/7865868.stm (full video)


http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ_50VrLUBo (amateur video, I lol'd so hard at the audience yelling "shame on you!' and "get out!" at the guy, lol.  Good thing that shoe missed, otherwise I can just imagine the Chinese forums screaming for the poor kid's blood for hurting their beloved Premier.)

[EDIT]: 呵呵,刚刚跟师友和朋友传了消息,大家笑这种败类真是给 Cambridge 丢脸。没文化,没教养,想想也真是搞笑。看看BBC上面那个link 有video, 宝宝等保安把那个败类弄走以后说的话太可爱了,呵呵。宝宝加油,别往心里头去,这种对中国无知的人在西方多的是,就让他们接着当他们的井底之蛙把,我们不理。知道中国人民是支持你的 :D

[EDIT2]: Bloody hell, the stupid Tibet issue's resurfacing, I don't even know if the shoe-thrower's a Free Tibet supporter or just some other random protesters against one part of China or another.  Apparently China's like hell on Earth or something, we oppress the minorities, steal their land, our army randomly kill and pillage, there's bloody on the streets, we drive tanks over random people, there's no freedom of speech, hell we should just all super-glue our mouths shut, there's internet and media censorship, heck maybe the entire Chinese internet is a hoax by the CCP and every single page and poster is a CCP-employed agent paid to make posts.  Stupid freaking shoe-thrower, pulling out all the issues of last year all over again. 

Apparently the guy's been released already, yet the shoe-thrower against Bush is still detained.  Isn't that interesting.

Also, Chinese internet police, stop censoring these damn stories!  I want to see/hear/read the Chinese peoples' reactions to this!  I don't get them sometimes, you KNOW the support will mostly be on Premier Wen's side amongst the Chinese people, let them know, let them see!  Let them see how misunderstood their country is and how much work there is to be done!

[EDIT3]:  Hehe..this is soooo~ not helping to facilitate dialogue.  A lot of the Chinese are getting frustrated and pissed off after everything last year and now their patiences' are wearing out.  Oh dear.  Btw, for all those medias and youtube videos reporting that Premier Wen arrived at the embassy and later at Cambridge to be greeted by protesters I happen to know from inside source that the supporters far, far outnumbered the protesters, but not even a mention of that.  Nice and unbiased reporting, every single one of you.  Apparently last year taught the medias here nothing.

[EDIT4]: Wait, isn't SINA a Chinese internet site?
http://video.sina.com.cn/news/c/v/2009-02-03/191630242.shtml (video and report)
http://comment4.news.sina.com.cn/comment/skin/default.html?channel=gn&newsid=1-334-30242 (comments)
So apparently it's not censored in China. 

[EDIT5]: Looks like the news is uncensored in China now:

I was on that forum last night looking to see if anyone had made a post about this and I found one initially but a few minutes later it got deleted, so I figured the story was on the censored list.  The post's back again, looks like the news is open now.

[EDIT6]:  Lol, I KNEW it.  Reading the comments on that tianya and sina forums now, everyone's taking the shoe-throw not as an attack on the Chinese government but as an attack on China and her people.  It's kind of ironic this happened in England because the Opium War is still a streak on China' contemporary history that a lot of people haven't forgotten just yet and now people are bitching the shoe throwing should be done by China.    This new wave of adoration for Premier Wen is quite like the one after the Sichuan earthquake but with more of a defensive undertone.  The premier's popularity is going to go through the roof after this, lol.  Thanks shoe-thrower!

[EDIT7]: Damn, tianya's post just got deleted.  Sina's is still up.  Lol, even CCTV's broadcasted the incident, there's no need to keep deleting peoples' posts.  In Chinese they call each thread a "lou" which also means building and they were complaining on the thread I was reading (and that just got deleted) that the previous "lou"s created about this incident were already so tall already (meaning there were already so many replies) and tianya had to go and delete them.  Well, at least I know the news isn't strictly censored in China now, off I go to find more forums with discussions.

Tags: bitching, china, politics, premier wen jiabao, rl, world news
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