Hu Xijin: it is appropriate for the people to watch and eat melons. The government has enough strength to fight back against the US provocation

 Hu Xijin: it is appropriate for the people to watch and eat melons. The government has enough strength to fight back against the US provocation

After China announced the closure of the US Consulate General in Chengdu, there was a lot of cheering on the Internet. The U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu has suddenly become a net red land, and the flow of people around has increased greatly, some of whom are obviously going to join in the fun. Some news organizations have made live broadcast, especially attracting more attention. There are some disgusting discussions about the US consulate on the Internet. For example, after the US consulate was withdrawn, the original building was suitable for changing into a public toilet or hot pot shop. In addition, some people set off firecrackers near the consulate and were given administrative warning.

American Consulate General in Chengdu

This series of repercussions are the true reflection of Chinese peoples feelings towards the United States. Lao Hu strongly suggested that the United States should pay attention to these reactions and understand the real public opinion of China around the current Sino US struggle. Recently, the United States has repeatedly attacked the Communist Party of China, trying to separate the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese people, and believes that this move can be effective to a large extent. Through the response of the Chinese public to the closure of the US consulate in Chengdu, if the US side can reflect on it, it will help it avoid going further and further down the wrong road.

At the same time, while closing the US consulate in Chengdu on a reciprocal basis,

On the one hand, we should respect the right of the Chinese public to express their attitudes in a spontaneous manner, and on the other hand, we should also adhere to the principle of equal treatment, and at the same time, we should try our best to ensure the dignified withdrawal of American diplomats.

The closure of the U.S. consulate is a retaliatory move fully in line with diplomatic norms. Chinas signal to the United States and the world is strong enough to win wide respect from the international community.

At this time, it is appropriate for the people to watch and eat melons. The government has enough strength to fight back against this round of us provocation, and there is no need for private forces to provide reinforcement.

Lao Hu wanted to remind us that no matter what American diplomats have done in the Chengdu consulate general, their diplomatic status should be respected by Chinese society in accordance with the Vienna Convention. It is necessary to prevent the United States and those Pro American western public opinions from picking bones from the eggs in these two days, finding fault from the joy of the Chinese people, and exaggerating the sadness of the closure of the US consulate in Chengdu.

In this conflict, the US side is obviously the active aggressor, while the Chinese side is forced to resist. Undoubtedly, it is China that deserves sympathy.

After the announcement of the closure of the US Consulate General in Chengdu, people set off firecrackers in front of the Consulate General

According to a special reporter from the global times on the scene in Chengdu, at about 5:20 p.m. on the 24th, there was a large flow of people around the consulate Road, and a large number of passers-by gathered in the snack shops and beverage shops nearby. According to the special correspondents observation, after hearing about the news that the US consulate will be closed soon, many of them took out their mobile phones to take photos of the US consulate building and the surrounding street scenes as they passed by.

Others set off a string of firecrackers at the gate of the US consulate, attracting many passers-by to watch.

According to another motorist, the road near the US consulate was more congested this afternoon than usual. He provided us with a screenshot of the driving navigation.

Special correspondent said that for the sake of safety, there are police on duty near the consulate road today who are responsible for evacuating the crowd and gathering at the scene to ensure that the road is unobstructed.

He also saw a father explaining to his son the reasons for the closure of the US consulate. It was the United States that rejected us first, so we went back, the father said to his son.

The overall atmosphere at the scene was relaxed, and the onlookers were laughing and exchanging the incident, the correspondent wrote in his feedback.

Compared with the U.S. consulate, the area around the U.S. Embassy in China visited by reporters from the global times this afternoon is much colder. Except for the staff responsible for the security of the embassy area, there was no passing crowd. However, on the way, the reporter met a foreigner who was suspected of being a journalist. He took photos with his colleagues and took professional shooting equipment in the background of the embassy.

Previously, CCTV live pictures showed that there were staff carrying various things in the museum, but as of press release, the reporter did not see the staff in the museum reappear in the CCTV live screen.

With more and more people watching CCTV live broadcast around the U.S. consulate, many netizens also made a variety of live pictures of peripheral products.. For example, there are bloggers who match the live broadcast with the suona version of Liangliang.

According to videos uploaded by China Global Television News Network (cgtn) and Weibo netizens, firecrackers suddenly appeared on the road outside the consulates gate that afternoon. The sound and smoke attracted many people to watch and shoot.

The cgtn host, who was broadcast live nearby, said that some local residents would hold a wedding today, so they set off firecrackers to celebrate.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Source: Hu Shuli, editor in charge of global network_ MN7479