Protest Against Jinping: Growing Public Opposition To Xi Jinping, Secretly Protesting Through Toilets: Unexpectedly, the discontent and impatience hid in their stomach since time immemorial, the Chinese broke their shackles and brought it out. At the same time, banners were erected at four road intersections against President Xi Jinping. “Strike, remove the dictator and traitor Xi Jinping” were written on the banners. They say they want freedom and to live as citizens. Looking at all this, it seems that the desire for democracy is increasing among the Chinese.
Protest against Jinping: We often hear news of strange things, special things, and miracles related to China. But people, rights, and protests are invisible. The reason.. the government there, the policy of the government. A country without elections is not a democracy. There will be only one party and only one government in the country. The head of state is also elected by the party and not by the people. That is why there are no government opposition and protests in that country. Moreover, there will be no public media. Many restrictions from the government. The outside world knows only what the government wants to say. However, the sentiments, opinions, and hardships of the Chinese are not visible to the public.
The world has also given up the impression that the Chinese speak and say something. But, exceptionally, the discontent and impatience hid in their stomach since time immemorial. At the same time, banners were erected at four road intersections against President Xi Jinping. “Strike, remove the dictator and traitor Xi Jinping” were written on the banners. They say they want freedom and to live as citizens. Looking at all this, it seems that the desire for democracy is increasing among the Chinese.
Recently, the Chinese are expanding this protest. In view of the restrictions and dictatorship in China, they are protesting through toilets. Bye, Bye Xi Jinping posters are being pasted. The slogan “Reject Dictatorships” was written in a bathroom at the China Film Archive Art Cinema in Beijing. They also wrote slogans against Xi Jinping in about 200 universities in America, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and other countries. A handwritten slogan was found at a college in Maine. The first banner erected on a bridge in Beijing was praised in this slogan. They said that they are Chinese people and they want to spread this message that reveals their hearts.
Protesting against Xi Jinping in China can lead to long prison terms. The keywords related to the banner placed on the flyover in Beijing were banned on the Chinese Internet. Steps were taken to prevent these banners from appearing even after searching the Internet with words such as Beijing protester and Saitong Bridge. Words like Bridge, Courage, and Hero were also used in social media. In that banner, “No Covid test, need food. We don’t want octave blockade, we want freedom. No lies, just respect. We don’t want a cultural revolution, we want reforms. We don’t want a great leader, elections should be held. Don’t be a slave, live as a citizen. Another banner read, “Strike, remove dictator, traitor Xi Jinping.”