Chongqing, China 1975. I’m 5 years old. Occasionally, a film projection team comes to our country campus. There is no theatre in the countryside. So every time when the film team comes, it will be a holiday for us. I wait the day drag into night. At night, my mother, I and countless students, teachers go to the wilderness. In our front, there is a giant light yellow cloth, serving as the screen; in the back, there is a machine. Before long, the screen has picture. That is a tank running in the field. They all look black and white. This is a black-white film. Most of the films/movies then are black-white. Another tank appears on the screen. One cannon, another cannon, another cannon. Three cannons and the soldiers in green uniform around. Obviously, these are our soldiers. Now the barrel of the cannon is moving forward and then backward, forward and then backward. Explosion, explosion, on the tank. The tank is burning and stopping, and the smoke comes out of the tank. A soldier climbs over the tank, opens the cabin door of the tank, taking out a smoking dog.
“The result is that the tank has been completely destroyed. The dog inside is dead. Our People’s Liberation Army has the ability to defeat any invasion. Our strong military and civilian shall never be afraid of the Soviet Union.”
That is the voice of the narrator in the film. This is a maneuver. Obviously, the tank is regarded to be the side of the Soviet Union and the cannon is regarded to be the side of the People’s Liberation Army or the Chinese Communist Army.
I feel sympathy for that dog. He/she died just for several strong sentences of that narrator in the film. They must have used many dogs for such experiments and have killed them this way. Where is the Soviet Union? I have no idea, Why does the media every day call fighting, fighting, fighting and being strong, strong and strong? The revolutionary regime needs to be strong, the leadership of the Communist Party needs to be strong, our people need to be strong, our study needs to be strong, our body needs to be strong, our brain needs to be strong, also the crops need to be strong, our raised animals need to be strong, every thing needs to be strong. I feel my mother is strong. She never cries. I feel she wants me to be strong as well. I know I’m not strong. My body is slim and I seldom have the desire to fight. I do not have much knowledge. I just like drawing at home, with nobody around, including my mom. Honest speaking, I’m willing to say that I’m weak, I’m a weak person. The media, the teachers oppose the weak so much, but I do not feel being weak is bad. At least the weak cannot hurt others. What formidable is the strong. Only the strong can hurt people. Those people who like strong so much, and I feel they don’t care about people being hurt. I resent the strong and like the weak. Subconsciously, I feel my mother does not like me very much.
Today in 2013, Chinese people’s misery exceeds happiness, very hard to stay alive, with the environment unsuitable for human to live. Let’s talk about the current situation in China and the solution for it. We are speaking to all people in China, holding the information we have is true. More articles of mine can be seen my blog at “boxun”, my name Wei Liu/刘蔚 is at the bottom of the homepage. What we say here is for 1.3 billion Chinese people. Every one is welcomed to publish, to spread our words to save yourself, your friends and our country. Those who like to listen the books may go to “google translate” to hear it read the words aloud for you.
Originated from the western Marxism, the Chinese Communist regime has been robbing the 1.3 billion Chinese people of the land, the 4 living welfares of housing, food, education and medical care, and has been throwing our nation in the battlefields of war, the Cultural Revolution, the Entrance Examination to College, the endless material production and the endless pollution, one battlefield after another since 1949. Since 2000, the living expenses of housing, food, education and medical care for a person’s life time is about 1.6+0.7+0.1+0.1=2.5 million yuan, about 600,000 U. S. dollars. Since 2000, the average income in China is about 10,000 yuan per year. One works 30 years for a lifetime and just makes 300,000 yuan, about 50,000 U. S. dollars in a lifetime. This means even one works 8 lifetimes and still cannot make enough income to cover the living expenses for 1 lifetime. Over 98% of adults in China cannot solve by himself/herself one or more items of the 4 basic livings, floundering at the verge of death. Many people cried and many committed suicide.