China: Force demolishments this week.

Nov 21, Siping City, Jilin Province. The government force demolished a bridge built by the local villagers. A resident says: “The state doesn’t build the bridge, why can’t we build by ourselves? Nearby residents need to detour several kilometers to pass this river again.”

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Nov 21. Nanning City, Guangxi Province. The house of an old man was demolished by local government for the sake of this poor man’s safety. The local government argues that it’s dangerous for the man to live in such a simple house, so they need to demolish it. Till the post of the Weibo, the poor man was homeless for days.

Nov 24. Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province. The owners were thrown out of their mansion. Then the mansion was demolished by the local government with a gang of excavators. It happens at 3:00 am.

Nov 25. Ziyang City, Sichuan Province. Local real estate developer shoved down a resident’s house forcefully. The owner posted a Weibo without mentioning whether this developer is backed up by the local government. But as we can see, he didn’t call the police because he knew the police are with the developers.

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photo of the demolished house

Nov 25. Sanmenxia City, Henan Province. Villagers houses were demolished. We can see an ambulance from the photo. This is called “joint force” by the Chinese Communist Party. If the demolishment victims resist, the police will beat them to hospital.

Nov 25. Huixian City, Henan Province. The owner posted two Weibo asking for rule of law. The local government wanted his land. He asked for a fair compensation. The local government disagreed and then forcefully demolished his real estate.

Nov 27. An own posted a Weibo with photos. She says: For a land view project, the local government forcefully demolished several hundreds of houses.

Editor’s words, in Communist China, there is no private property as shown above. These cases are the few lucky ones that escaped from heavily censored internet in China.

Editor: GM09
Source collector: GM22

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