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Viagra Vitalizes Communist Leaders?

Chinese bloggers have been stunned by this newly released photo: a box of viagra, a special supply for communist leaders and army senior commanders, distributed by the General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army. (PLA)

One blogger commented: "I am not surprised at all at this news and I expect that their 'special supplies' also include women to use."

Another blogger: "No wonder the communist leaders like to rape young girls."

What are communist leaders' special supplies?

Special food supply are internal stores which only senior communist leaders can attend to buy commodities. There are stores in major cities in China. These stores stock daily consumer items, food, grocery, wine, etc. They are as well supplied as a department store especially with food, meat, etc, which are organic.

Communist leaders have access to special food supplies because of the contamination and adulteration of many basic foods in China which the ordinary citizen has to contend with.

Chinese Websites Must Log Through Police Networking System First PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

The Chinese communist regime has intensified its surveillance of the Chinese people. Yunnan Province is the first to implement a system according to Xinhua Kunmin on April 16, 2010, where all websites and network units in Yunnan province are required to log onto the “Yunnan Public Security Office Network Record Management System" ( between April and September 2010 in order to be registered. All Internet users are asked to identify the Public Security icon and only use the websites monitored by the cyberpolice.

The regime announced that it will provide training for the Yunnan police department to collect identities of internet users. If the websites were established outside of Kunmin, their information is required to be collected by their local police bureau.

According to communist party mouthpiece, Xinhua, the number of Internet users in Yunnan province has reached 8.44 million.

Yunnan cyberpolice logo on website. (screenshot)

The response of Chinese people

On 22nd of April, Mr. Wu Hao, the leader of the propaganda department of Yunnan gave a speech at People's University. During his speech, a young man walked out from the audience and said: "Wu hao, Wu Mao". (Wu Mao --means fifty cents.....) and threw a hand full of fifty cent notes towards Wu Hao.

"Wu Mao"s thrown to Wu Hao. (screenshot)

The action was quickly praised by many Chinese bloggers. Chengdu media found the man who threw the money, Mr. Wang Zhongxia. Mr. Wang says, he went to the bank before the meeting, and changed 30 yuan into notes of fifty cents. Chengdu media were not able to contact the speaker, Wu Hao.

People are picking up "Wu Mao" for Wu Hao. (screenshot)

* 'Wu Mao Dang': 50 Cent Party, also called 50 Cent Army, is the name for paid bloggers operating since 2005 in China, whose role is posting favorable comments regarding government policies, to skew public opinion on various Internet message boards. They are named after the 50 Chinese cents, Wu Mao or 5 mao, they are paid for each post.





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