CCP Attempts To Define Peaceful Protests As Color Revolution

In his November 28 Gettr video, Miles Guo spoke about the Chinese Communist Party’s desire to define the recent series of protests in China as a color revolution, its ensuing series of arrests and martial law against protesters, and the customary nationwide blackouts of electricity, water, gas, and communications.

Fellow fighters inside Communist China must be wise and brave to protect themselves and their families, and the New Federal State of China (NFSC) will be their backbone. Miles said that the bravery of the Shanghainese, the wisdom of the Jiangsu and Zhejiang people, the heroic lady in Tsinghua University, and all the protests in Xinjiang, Sichuan, Chongqing, and Henan will be cracked down cruelly by the CCP, once they are defined as color revolution. First, in Shanghai, all those who shouted “Step down, Xi” and “Step down, Chinese Communist Party(CCP)” during the recent protests will be arrested. Furthermore, surviving necessities such as water, electricity, gas, and communication will be cut off for one to two weeks throughout Shanghai.

Second, at Foxconn in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, all leaders in the protests and their families will be arrested. In Communist China, family members are always hostages to the Communist regime. In Beijing, a large number of police and armed forces have been deployed from the surrounding areas into the capital, and the city is being controlled in manageable sections.

Finally, there would be customary nationwide blackouts of electricity, water, gas, and communications; it would be in place a state of national emergency for three weeks; and the possible declaration of martial law in Beijing and Shanghai for the first time since June 4, 1989.

Fellow fighters must be brave and wise to protect themselves and their families and take down the CCP. The NFSC will stand firm with its fellow fighters with resources and strength they could not imagine.

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