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    It's the police's job to beat people, Chinese official says in viral video | South China Morning Post

    It's the police's job to beat people, Chinese official says in viral video

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    Born and raised in Shanghai, Vicky Feng is a journalist and writer living in Hong Kong. She studied journalism at Baptist University and Chinese language and literature in Shanghai. A book lover, Vicky likes to find and write about all kinds of stories. Reach her on Twitter and Weibo @Vicky_Feng _

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    A surprising statement by a government official in eastern China's Jiangsu province has captured the attention of internet users after it was caught on video and posted online on Sunday.
    “If the police don’t beat people, what’s the point of keeping them?” said an unidentified official of a complaint bureau in Suzhou. “The police are the government’s violence machine.”
    The clip of the statement has gotten more than two million views and has set off a barrage of criticism against police violence.
    "He told the truth. The police are the government's thugs," a person posted on his Weibo microblog.
    Police violence has been justified in China in school textbooks, and training manuals tell officers that the “the police are the government’s tool for violence”.
    The official's remarks came when a resident of an apartment building complained about the developer, according to reports. No other information was given about the incident.
    The Nanfang Daily newspaper reported on Tuesday that the official had been ordered to “reflect deeply”, but authorities had declined to reveal his name and position.
    Some observers were not satisfied with the light rebuke. “Authorities just asked him to ‘reflect’? That’s it? They should conduct a deeper investigation,” said one user.
    Others turned their criticism to China’s complaint bureau. “The bureau has done no good for people. What is it for? It should be abolished,” commented one user.
    "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human liberty. It is the argument of tyrants; the creed of slaves."-William Pitt the Younger

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    Some things are universal. An official admits that police do abuse citizens, and rather than sanctioning the police, the official is sanctioned for speaking the truth. You see, it upsets the sheep, and you want to keep the sheep, well, sheeplike. Can't have 'em turning into rams. The sheep might figure out they outnumber the police by 10,000 to one.

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    At least he was up front and honest about it. Most Police hide their true intentions.


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