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A translation from Chinese into English from tianya dot com|
Chinese posters making fun (satire) of the Comm.issioner of the Nanjing Housing Association...
This story also had attached a photo of the Comm.issioner wearing an expensive watch and smoking a brand of cigarettes which a government worker normally could never afford.
A cry for fairness for good comrade Zhou Jiugeng!
Photos can never be counted as evidence of officials’ corruption, because video tapes and witness testimonies can never be counted as evidence of officials’ sexual abuse of adolescent girls either. In order to keep myself alive with health [sanity], I always tell myself to change whatever I could change and accept whatever I have to accept. Since we can’t change those stupid c.unts in the society, we change ourselves into stupid c.unts.
Maybe Comm.issioner Zhou only smokes “Nanjing 9-5 zhizun” [expensive cigarettes] on rare occasions, but how can we say that he smokes one pack a day? Maybe he puts some “Da sheng chan” [super cheap cigarettes] in the expensive cigarette pack after he has finished the expensive ones. After all, who can prove that the cigarettes inside are real “Nanjing 9-5 zhizun?” Moreover, maybe Commissioner Zhou has never smoked expensive cigarettes and just picks up a cigarette pack [from the ground]. Even if you had taken a picture of the trademark and brand name of the cigarette between his fingers, how can you dispute that Comm.issioner Zhou just picks up cigarette butts to enjoy?
Comm.issioner Zhou wears a watch; who has taken a picture of the trademark? How can it be proved that it was a Vacheron Constantin? Even though you had taken a picture of the trademark, who can prove this is not a counterfeit he bought from a roadside stall? For example, is it just a 20 kuai [fake] Rolex? Even though the watch he wears is a real Vacheron Constantin, who can dispute the fact that such an incorruptible and honest ca.dre member could have just borrowed it from someone and put it on his own wrist? Officials have borrowed cars before. An off-road vehicle is much more expensive than a watch. Civilians support officials working, what make you qualified to decry lending things to officials? Besides, Comm.issioner Zhou’s weary look does not necessarily mean he visits pros.titutes every night. It is very possible that Comm.issioner Zhou has been working hard day and night for citizens of Nanjing, hoping they all could live in cheap housing. Even though you journalists had taken pictures of him in the red light district, how can you prove that he wasn’t there for inspecting the project of old town reconstruction and redevelopment?
There are so many good ca.dre members in our country, and they have been put in the wrong like this. They are concerned about the stability of our motherland, so they dispatch policemen to keep the society in order, but their actions are misunderstood to be supp.ressing civilian pro.tests. They are concerned about the development of cities, so they send armed police to communicate with residents, but they are misunderstood to be violently tearing down houses. They raise the price of housing to prevent the financial crisis from spreading, but they are misunderstood to be coll.uding with real estate developers. They put the increase of state assets into consideration, so they don’t cut the price of gas, but what they are doing is misinterpreted as monopolization. They take a particularly suspicious bad guy to the police station to investigate, but the guy didn’t have a good body, was destined for a short life, was not careful while walking, hit the wall, and died. How can you say that cadres ext.orting his conf.ession resulted in his death? They care for the next generation of our motherland, they only hug and tenderly touch adolescent girls, but they are misconstrued to be sexually abusive. Today, we just overacted! Comm.issioner Zhou just picked up some cigarette butts, but some people have linked him with corruption. How can it be that China’s officials don’t even have the right to pick up cigarette butts?!