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Chinese people will pay the price for CCP’s stance on Ukraine war

After Russia invaded Ukraine, Chinese people in Ukraine found themselves living in a harsher and harsher situation. To secure themselves and survive in the war, they had to try every means from waving Communist China National flag to tearing off the flag, from proudly calling……

Translated by MOS Translation Team – Grace

After Russia invaded Ukraine, Chinese people in Ukraine found themselves living in a harsher and harsher situation.  To secure themselves and survive in the war, they had to try every means from waving Communist China National flag to tearing off the flag, from proudly calling themselves Chinese to falsely claiming themselves to be Japanese.  Why did the situations turn around so quickly? The following two reasons are worth mentioning.

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Firstly, after Russia invaded Ukraine on the 24th, the CCP immediately purchased wheat from Russia and openly expressed its support for Russia. On the 25th at Beijing capital airport, almost all the planes were fully loaded with military materials for Russia. On the same day CCP abstained from voting for the Ukraine-Russian war in UN General Assembly, ignoring Russia’s acts of aggression.

On the 26th after Russia suffered a cyber-attack the CCP sent 5G giant Huawei to help Russia to maintain its network. On the 27th after Russia was sanctioned by SWIFT system globally, the CCP immediately allowed Russia to join its CIPS financial system, continuing to transfuse blood for Russia’s finance. At the same time, the CCP announced that trade settlement between the two countries will be carried out in RMB and Rubles, supporting Russian invasion with practical actions. 

Secondly, for more than 70 years under CCP’s rule, the CCP poisoned its people’s heart and mind deeply, resulting in many of them to have no faith, no sympathy, and no morality.  The Ukrainian people suffered mentally by some of their words and actions.  To mention a few as examples, there were people said that they wanted Ukrainian men to die so that they can take in Ukrainian beauties.  Some applauded Putin’s invasions on social platforms and wanted to donate money to Putin.  Some international students in Ukraine scolded the country for going to war.  There were some other unacceptable words of this kinds on the Ukraine war. 

After being fermented by social medias, things have moved to the direction as what Mr. Miles Guo has worried about.  When Russia and Ukraine are fighting, the hatred has been transferred to Chinese.  In Ukraine and other parts of the world, anti-Chinese sentiments has become intensified.  Some Chinese in Ukraine were followed, and some were shot.  Some are often questioned whether they are Chinese, and if the answer is yes, they will be beaten, or in the worst situation, they may lose their lives.  It is sad that a large country of 1.4 billion people was treated this way.

In such a dilemma predicament, I am ashamed to be ruled by an evil regime like the CCP.  I am ashamed to have such ill-spoken fellow Chinese who assist the tyrant regardless right and wrong.  However, I believe that most of the Chinese are good and kind, because I saw many Chinese holding up signs to support Ukraine and made donation to the country. 

My fellow Chinese, wake up!  Be wise and abandon any illusions.  The Communist China you love is not your real homeland, but a homeland of a few ruling families.  As long as the CCP remains existing, you will continue to pay the price for any disasters caused by the CCP.

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https://gnews.org/zh-hans/2094789/

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