If you want to have successful expo, all the bad news must be fully surpressed,
Then you have it. All news in the papers are good new, just for the world expo…..
An article by Han Han
在 最近的变态凶手杀人事件中，他们都选择了幼儿园和小学，相信在很多想报复社会的人心中，去幼儿园小学杀人成为了一种时尚，因为在杀人过程中，你将遇到最少 的抵抗，杀掉最多的人，造成民间最大的痛苦的恐慌，是最有效的报复社会手段。除了杨佳以外，几乎所有杀手都挑选了向弱者下手。这个社会没有出口，杀害更弱 者成了他们唯一的出口。我建议把全国地方政丨府门卫间里的保安们抽调去保护幼儿园，孩子都保护不了的政丨府不需要那么多人保护。
在 泰州幼儿园杀人事件中，新闻被控制了，这些孩子们生不逢时，死更不逢时。在相关部门的认识里，在这喜庆的气氛里，这事当属杂音。我们只知道，泰州幼儿园杀 人事件中，受伤32人，政丨府和医院一再强调，无一死亡，但是坊间又传说，死了多个孩子。你说我应该相信谁呢？相信政丨府吧，那为什么他们禁止家长见到孩 子呢？至今还封锁着医院和新闻，没有孩子的照片和视频，况且一个杀人用刀劈了32个人，结果一个没死，那他到底是在杀人还是在做手术呢，也太小心了。相信 传闻吧，毕竟传闻都是喜欢往夸张了传的，我们无图无真相，也不能相信。于是我一搜索泰州，出现的新闻居然是——《泰州近日三喜临门》，日期是4月30日。
短 短的一个多月内，五起校园凶杀案件，短短的一周以内，就发生了两起，4月29日，泰州，4月30日，潍坊。我不想去探讨其中的社会原因，只想告诉大家，也 就在这里，一个人冲进幼儿园砍了32个小孩是不能上社会新闻的，32个加起来才超过一百岁的孩子，你们被砍了，连个报纸都不给你上，因为在几百公里以外， 召开了一个盛会，那里光烟花就放了上亿，同时在你们的家乡泰州，要召开国际旅游节，经贸洽谈会和华侨城开业典礼，正三喜临门。
但 是，我们可怜的孩子们，奶粉毒害的是你们，疫苗伤害的是你们，地震压死的是你们，被火烧死的是你们。就算是成人们的规则出了问题，被成人用刀报复的也是你 们。我愿望真的像泰州政丨府说的一样，你们全部都只是受伤，无一死亡。年长者失职了，愿你们长大以后，不光要庇护你们自己的孩子，还要让这个社会庇护所有 人的孩子！
I think this title is more appropriate
Grandpa are you please have fun — by google translate
Children, you’re depressing grandpa
by Han Han, translated by Julian Smisek
A man hacked up 32 children at Taixing nursery school. It’s not clear whether any of them were killed. Because this news came so soon after the last attack on Nanping nursery school, I actually thought it was the same school.
In these recent attacks, the twisted murderers have all chosen to attack nursery schools and elementary schools, believing this to be the best way to exact their revenge on society. It has become fashionable to go to nursery schools and elementary schools and kill people. There, the murderer faces the least resistance and can kill the most people, causing us to feel the greatest pain and panic. This is indeed the most effective method to exact revenge on society.
With the exception of Yang Jia [a man who killed six police at a Shanghai police department in 2008], nearly every murderer has chosen to attack the weak. In a society without an exit, killing weaker people has become their only exit. I propose that local governments across the country send their building security guards to protect nursery schools. A government that can’t protect children doesn’t need that many guards.
These murders have mostly come about because society is unjust and unfair. Yes, justice should be made more glorious than the sun. That said, the sun doesn’t come out every day. Haven’t there been a bit too many cloudy days and dark nights? So I think saying justice should be more glorious than the sun isn’t a big deal. Every minute the sun shines on your head is a big deal.
News about the Taixing nursery school homicide has been controlled. These children were born at the wrong time [unlucky], and died at an even worse one. According to relevant departments, within this festive atmosphere [the opening of the Shanghai Expo], this incident should be categorized as noise. We know only that 32 children were injured during the Taixing nursery school incident. Government and hospital officials repeatedly emphasize that not a single child died, but word on the street is that many did. Tell me, who should I believe? You say, ‘believe the government.’ Well, then why have they forbidden parents from seeing their children? Why have have they blocked off the hospitals and the news. There aren’t pictures or videos of the kids. Moreover, if a knife-wielding attacker hacks up 32 people and not a single person died, is he a murderer or a surgeon? That’s just too careful. You say, ‘believe the word on the street.’ But, rumors are always exaggerated. We have no pictures and we have no truth. We can’t believe those either. I did an internet search for ‘Taixing’, and the only results that appeared were official government taking points. So, I searched for ‘Taizhou,’ and the only news piece that appeared was “Taizhou’s three lucky blessings.” That was on April 30th.
I’m totally astonished. By blocking off information and the hospital, controlling the media, prohibiting visits, and changing the subject, the Taizhou government has successfully diverted our anger from the killer onto themselves. What’s the point of all this? You assume they must have some motive. Actually, they don’t — except to conform with the World Expo’s “Harmonious Gathering” [a song sung by Jackie Chan and Song Zuying during the opening ceremony]. This is only government inertia. It’s just how the government handles similar incidents. They have a seven step process: something happens in the middle of their meal. They cover it up, and pull it aside, get rid of the media, ban mention of it, issue official talking points, hand out some money, and cremate it. They then continue with their meal.
If it’s true that no one died, lift the ban on the media and allow the parents to visit their children. It seems that you’ll only be happy if this becomes a group incident.
Actually, a lot of group incidents start like this: the government holds in its fist a 1 RMB coin that it took from some ordinary people. The people say they don’t want it back, but they want to see that it’s there. The government is simply unwilling, no matter what, to open its hand. It says that it’s already told them that there’s a 1 RMB coin in there. But, the people are worried and say that it isn’t a big deal to just show them the coin. So then the government invites its servant, Xinhua News. The servant says that although it too hasn’t seen the coin, it can indeed confirm that the coin is there. ‘It’s enough for you to hear it from me, others shouldn’t spread rumors.’ After this the government says, ‘alright my servant’s confirmed it. Now get lost.’ The people get angry and call over several friends. The friends then tell passersby that someone has stolen money and is unwilling to return it. More and more people arrive at the scene, with the government standing in the center. It is still clutching the coin in its fist, incessantly saying that it has a 1 RMB coin, and that you shouldn’t listen to rumors — otherwise you might be arrested according to the law. This incites the crowd, which says, ‘who are you, as someone whose inner character is that of a thief, to threaten me with arrest?’ The law can’t be enforced when so many people are violating it. More people are called over. When they arrive they recognize who’s clutching the coin. ‘He’s the guy who’s bullied us.’ Everyone begins to attack, until — at the last moment — the government finally opens its hand and says, ‘look!’ But by that point it’s no longer important whether he has 1 RMB or 50 cents — the situation is already out of control.
Their method of handling problems isn’t more or less noble than the murderer’s. It’s not surprising that a nursery school hung a banner that said, ‘if you want answers, go around the corner to the left and ask the government.’ (I see that some people have protested, meaning the news media and the government don’t have the power to control things. I think most people know this, but according to the law governing criticism in the People’s Republic of China, criticism of the government can only go up to the governments of first-tier cities (excluding directly governed cities [Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Chongqing]). So, temporarily, we can only deal with the government of Taizhou and the mayor. As long as the the municipal committee secretary isn’t brought to justice, things are ok.
Within the short span of a month, there have been five attacks on school campuses. Within the short span of a week, there have been two, on the 29th of April in Taixing and 30th of April in Weifang. I don’t want to investigate the social reasons; I just want to tell everyone that it’s only here that it isn’t considered social news when a person breaks into a nursery school and hacks up 32 kids. Together, 32 kids is greater than a 100 year-old kid.
Children, you were hacked up and not one newspaper wrote about you because a few hundred kilometers away, a festival had begun. There, hundreds of millions of fireworks were being set off, while at your home in Taizhou, the city celebrated an international tourism festival, trade talks, and the opening of an overseas Chinese town — the three lucky blessings.
Perhaps in the eyes of those grandpas, you are too depressing.
Pitiful children, you are the ones that were poisoned by powdered milk. You are the ones that were hurt by vaccinations. You are the ones who were crushed to death by earthquakes. You are the ones were were burned to death. Even though it was adults whose regulations caused the problems, you were the ones who were attacked by a knife-wielding adult bent on repaying society. I hope that what the Taizhou government says is true, that you all have only been hurt and that not one of you is dead. After the elderly have lost their jobs and you have grown up, I hope that you not only protect your own children, but also make this society protect all children.