Chinese protesting COVID policies beaten and burned alive
Chinese citizens bravely protesting their communist government’s COVID restrictions are getting beaten in the streets – and even burned alive while locked inside their apartments.

Mike Campbell

November 28, 2022

Chinese citizens bravely protesting their communist government’s COVID restrictions are getting beaten in the streets – and even burned alive while locked inside their apartments.

Chinese protesting COVID policies beaten and burned alive

“Protests in #China are spontaneous and spreading like wildfire. The #CommunistParty appears dazed and for the moment does not know how to react. If popular anger does not subside soon, expect the #CCP to use massive force. #ChinaProtests #ChinaUprising,” said commentator Gordan Chang. 

On Sunday, a fire broke out in one apartment where citizens, locked in from the outside by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), could be heard screaming in horror as they burned alive. 

Additionally, in Wuhan, “the anti-lockdown protesters are tearing down barricades shouting ‘It started in Wuhan and it ends in Wuhan!'” tweeted Jack Posobiec.

Videos have emerged of the CCP capturing Chinese citizens protesting COVID policies and beating them inside containment vehicles. One video shows a protester blocking one vehicle from moving – to the applause of other protesters – only to be attacked by police and dragged away. 

On Sunday, in Canada, supporters showed up at the Chinese Consulate in Toronto and chanted, “Chinese people, resist! Liberty or die. Down with the CCP!”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has yet to denounce the CCP for its draconian COVID measures – or make any statement regarding the protests or the CCP’s brutality. 

Chinese citizens have suffered for two years under the CCP’s zero-COVID restriction policies. The CCP’s mandatory lockdowns, quarantining that includes tracking bracelets, and digital health passes have made life a dystopian hell for its citizens.

Meanwhile, the CCP continues to build capacity for more lockdowns. In Guangzhou, for example, the CCP is building isolation sites resembling a prison. The designated quarantine site will reportedly hold up to 90,000 people. 

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