Blank paper revolution pulls "foreign forces" US Senator Marco Rubio (Marco Rubio) said that it is impossible for foreign forces to instigate anything in China, which is an environment where the media is completely controlled.
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Chinese pro-government commentators accused on the Internet of being instigated by "foreign forces" to commemorate the "blank paper revolution" of the fire in Urumqi on the 24th of last month, which spread to a nationwide wave of large-scale demonstrations protest.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (Marco Rubio), vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that it is impossible for foreign forces to instigate anything in China, which is an environment where the media is completely controlled.
According to Voice of America's Chinese website, an article titled "Color Revolution Spreads: Premeditated Troubles in Many Places, Exposed by Foreign Forces" appeared on the Chinese Internet.
The article mentioned that the recent protests in many places have a distinctive style such as "European and American-style freedom slogans, young people are encouraged to participate, leaders who do not conform to the characteristics of the local masses, Hong Kong and Taiwan accents", which are typical color revolution methods.
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In this regard, Rubio said in an interview with Voice of America on Tuesday (November 29) that the Chinese demonstrators who participated in the protest were ordinary people, "They live in a totalitarian regime, and they are tired of being locked at home and unable to go out. and live a normal life.” He also pointed out that the Chinese government has a strong ability to suppress, and they will suppress protests at some point; he also reminded that “I think this should tell us that if they are willing to use that kind of severity, with that kind of If they block their own people in such a way, what will they do to others if they become the most powerful country in the world?"
U.S. Senator and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Bob Menendez (Bob Menendez) also agreed with this view, saying that "China always blames its own faults on other people, and this is not any foreign government or involvement, they are Shouting out." At the same time, he also called on Chinese President Xi Jinping to learn lessons from this people's protest.
On Thursday (1st), a total of 42 U.S. senators from the Democratic and Republican parties co-signed. One of the main sponsors, Republican Senator Dan Sullivan, wrote to the Chinese ambassador to the United States, Qin Gang, stating that Warn China not to use violence to suppress demonstrations, otherwise it will seriously damage Sino-US relations.