[NTDTV, Beijing time, September 14, 2022]The CCP’s education system destroys human nature, and there are frequent incidents of juvenile murders in mainland China. According to a video posted on the Internet, a 10-year-old boy from Heilongjiang locked his grandmother’s throat until he fell into a coma. It is said that the old man has died.
On September 12, a video was circulated on Weibo and Douyin in mainland China, causing public outrage. It was reported on the Internet that the incident occurred in Heilongjiang Province.
In the video, the grandmother, who was sitting beside the bed, argued with the boy, and the grandmother hit the boy twice. The boy then hit the grandmother’s chest with such force, causing her to bend over in pain. The boy then put his arms around his grandmother’s neck and pinned her to the ground. At first, the grandmother slapped the boy with the slipper of her right hand. But the boy stubbornly didn’t let go, and the grandmother gradually stopped moving.
The teenage boy who filmed the video is suspected of being the boy’s older brother. He didn’t stop the boy at first, just laughing and filming. Later, he persuaded the boy to let go because he might be worried that something would happen. But the boy shouted: “You beat me every time, saying I’m unreasonable, who beat me, who is unreasonable!” The filmmaker persuaded: “She promises not to beat you, really not to beat you, hurry up Let go.”
Because the persuasion was ineffective, the filmmaker hurried out of the room to seek help from his mother. The boy didn’t let go until the mother came in with the cane, but the grandmother was motionless. The mother, who was carrying a child on her back, beat the boy with a cane and said, “Your grandma is dead, your grandma is dead!”. The boy cried: “I was wrong, grandma, get up quickly”.
It is impossible to tell from the film whether the grandmother was strangled into a coma or died. But online news said that the grandmother died in the end.
The related video was quickly deleted from mainland social platforms, but it has sparked heated discussions. Some people scolded the boy as a “little beast”, while others questioned why the filmmakers didn’t stop it.
The CCP’s education system inculcates “class struggle” in children from an early age, incites hatred, and leads to the deterioration of social morality and increasing hostility. In recent years, there have been frequent cases of teenage children murdering their mothers and fathers in China, and violence and bullying on middle school campuses is even more common.
On January 16, 2022, in a village in Ningming County, Guangxi Province, a 12-year-old boy stabbed his father to death with scissors because his father would not let him bring his mobile phone to school.
On December 3, 2020, 14-year-old Liu Moumou from Xingle Village, Xinglong Town, Bayan County, Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province brutally killed his mother after an argument with his mother, and then hid the body in a cold storage.
In May 2020, a 45-year-old female lawyer surnamed Zhang was strangled to death with a rope by her 15-year-old daughter at home.
On December 31, 2018, Luo, a 13-year-old boy in Santang Town, Hengnan, Hunan, fled after killing his parents with a hammer due to a family dispute.
On the evening of December 2, 2018, a 12-year-old boy from Sihushan Town, Yuanjiang City, Yiyang City, Hunan Province killed his biological mother with a knife.
On the evening of December 3, 2017, a 13-year-old junior high school boy in Wenxing Town, Dazhu County, Sichuan Province killed his biological mother at home, cut off his head, put it in a dung bucket, and recorded a video and sent it to WeChat Moments.
The work report of the Supreme Procuratorate of the Communist Party of China in 2021 stated that in 2020, the procuratorial organs will prosecute 33,000 minors suspected of committing crimes. In response to the trend of juvenile delinquency becoming younger and more violent in recent years, the CCP has lowered the minimum age of criminal responsibility from 14 to 12 in the Criminal Law Amendment.
(Editor in charge: Jing Zhongming)
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