[January 5, 2023](Comprehensive report by Epoch Times reporter Li Yun) Recently, Chinese netizens have described themselves asexploited,pressof”human mine“The word became popular on the Internet in mainland China, but related topics were quickly blocked by major Chinese social platforms.
“human mine” is referred to as “Chinese chivesAn upgraded version of “, which means “study books for 20 years, repay the mortgage for 30 years, and maintain the hospital for 20 years. People who have been used as consumables since birth. “also refers to”exploited,press, arbitrage benefits, and finally have their human organs removed. “
On January 4, the term “human mine” once rushed to the hot search list on Weibo. However, it was immediately blocked by major mainland social platforms such as Weibo, Douyin and Zhihu.
At present, searching for the word “human mine” on Weibo shows that “according to relevant laws, regulations and policies, the topic page is not displayed.” However, the blockade of major platforms has attracted more attention.
The term “human mine” can be traced back to 1984, when the Communist Party’s media “People’s Daily” referred to people as a “resource” in an article.
In 2020, Guangming.com published an article titled “Human Rich Mine for High-Quality Development: China Has 170 Million Talent Resources”, saying that the “demographic dividend” should be superimposed with the “talent dividend” to provide strong intellectual support for China’s development.
At the beginning of 2023, the term “human mine” once again received public attention.
In Zhihu, some netizens interpreted the term “human mine” in detail and said:
First, “human mine” means that you are a resource, not a subject. You are the means, not the end. Exhausting the energy of a lifetime is to fulfill others, not to pursue the life you desire.
Second, the life of the “human mine” is divided into three stages – mining, use, residue and waste gas treatment. In the first ten years or so, the purpose of investing in education in you is to mine you out and become a mine that can be used. The intervening decades are a process of use and consumption. In the end, it can no longer be used, and it should be disposed of in a way that does not pollute as much as possible.
Third, the energy generated by the “Human Mine” in its lifetime, in addition to being used to promote the advancement of society, is also used to mine new human mines. Therefore, “human mine” is a renewable resource. Suitable for this era of sustainable development. …When you realize that you are a “human mine”, it is actually the time when your self-awareness is awakened.
The awakened man is miserable – if he can’t change anything. In order to reduce the pain, he could only be confused and pretend to be asleep. Burn yourself day after day. Therefore, when you see a silent “human mine”, you don’t know how many “human mines” there are, but you are actually sober. until a special moment.
On January 5, the term “human mine” aroused heated discussions among many netizens on Twitter:
“The appearance of the word “human mine” definitely awakened the Chinese people to a new level…”
“As soon as you see this word, you immediately think of it—who is the mine? Who is digging?”
“Human Mine directly points out the object, status and treatment method, so that all whitewashing can’t be hidden.”
“Human mines, understand population as minerals, collected, processed, utilized, consumed, and discarded. Don’t think about how good people are. It’s nothing more than rich ore, lean ore, and the difference in quality. You It’s mines, it’s consumables, so don’t think about pursuing anything. Your greatest role is to keep investing in reproduction…”
Gao Zhanxiang, the former vice minister of the Ministry of Culture of the Communist Party of China who died at the end of last year, was exposed to rely on organ transplants to survive, which also caused another interpretation of the “human mine” by Twitter users.
“Human Mine, in fact, there is a more cruel reality, that is, the walking organ carriers. People whose organs have been harvested to help high-ranking officials and wealthy people prolong their lives.”
“The sources of organs of the Red Bandits in the CCP are linked to power. The greater the power, the more organs to be transplanted, and the higher the position, it means that more innocent lives have become the CCP’s human mine, mined at will, and finally only Leave the slag behind.”
“Pmin is a human mine, a state-owned asset of the CCP, and a human mine for the temporary storage of the organs of officials and lords. The old animals live to 90 or 100 years old one by one, relying on the fresh and warm organs provided by the human mine. “
“The term human mine is used well, which means that ordinary people’s heart, liver, spleen, lung, kidney, etc. are the minerals of the rich and powerful, and they can be dug at any time as long as they are matched. From cannon fodder toChinese chivesUpgraded to minerals again, the resources are too rich, inexhaustible and inexhaustible…”
Gao Zhanxiang passed away on December 10. At that time, it did not attract public attention. Until early January, some netizens discovered that Zhu Yongxin, the executive vice chairman of the Democratic Progressive Central Committee, had revealed that Gao Zhanxiang had changed his organs many times before his death and relied on organ transplants to continue his life. The news exploded public opinion.
Netizens have heatedly discussed: “A former deputy minister of the Ministry of Culture has replaced all the parts of his body. Think about how officials above the minister will be replaced? They are all devils!” Groundless rumors” “I finally know where so many missing people went, and they all entered the bodies of Communist Party officials.”
Recently, the epidemic broke out in China, and a large number of senior CCP officials, experts, scholars and academicians died intensively. On January 4, the host of “Qin Peng Observation” said in a live broadcast that Gao Zhanxiang’s experience also partially explained the truth about the recent intensive death of many senior officials and academicians of the CCP.
He said: Because there is no specific medicine for the new crown, it depends on the human immune system to resist the virus invasion. And those senior officials who are pampered and pampered, a large number of them live longer because of organ transplants. But this also brings a disadvantage: the human immune system will regard foreign organs as “enemies” and will launch attacks on new organs, so it is necessary to take immunosuppressants continuously, which destroys the human immune system. Therefore, when the virus hit, many people couldn’t bear it and died.
Responsible editor: Fang Ming#