President of Transitional Government issues orders to military
On December 22, President Wu Fan of the China Transitional Government issued a third decree to Mainland military and armed police forces, requesting the Chinese troops, armed police officers, soldiers and policemen to refuse to open fire to suppress commoners, when receiving superior orders or instructions. If the higher level officials order you personally to implement massacre, you have the right to shoot the superior officers.
The decree points out that, given the current situation of China’s rapid economic recession, (growing social contradictions and conflicts) the inclination of public wanting changes has spread across the country. To cope with the deteriorated situation and to maintain a strong dictatorship, the Chinese authorities most likely will take extreme actions to order military troops and armed police to open fire to suppress the public’s appeals for justice, in a vain attempt to repeat the Tiananmen massacre.
The decree states that for any justified disobedient action in self-defense, China Transitional Government must pardon your innocence, and will offer you a double honor in fame and material when the Transitional Government take office in Mainland China; if you can follow the suit of uprising to raise the anti-communist flag, the honor would be issued in accordance to the contents of the 2nd 2008 presidential decree.
Conversely, if you aid the vile Communist Party to open fire at ordinary people in protest in repeated fashion like that of Tiananmen Massacre, China Transitional Government or the interim government will hold them responsible for serious punishment when the Chinese Communist Party disintegrates.
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Posted by Michael Anderson on Thursday, December 25th, 2008