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Chinese State media on Thursday accused an online activist of viciously plotting "performance art" to attack the government, as the government continues cracking down on illegal online activities that masquerade as rights protection.
Activist Wu Gan earned the nickname "Butcher" in 2009 when he called for netizens to donate to Deng Yujiao, a waitress from Hubei Province who stabbed a local official to death due to his sexual taunts, according to the Xinhua News Agency.
"He has since been seen in various social issues with his vulgar performances. He later got bolder, resorting to illegal measures to maliciously attack the government, which he boasts are 'performance art Brandin Cooks Limited Jersey ,'" People's Daily reported.
Xinhua went on listing examples of Wu's "performance art." In a land acquisition case in 2012, Wu posted pictures of himself making dirty gestures with a naked female mannequin whose face bore the photo of a female official of Fujian Province, as a way to humiliate and put pressure on local authorities.
Wu has pressured authorities with so-called bounty hunts, in which he offers money for dirt on officials, knowing that they fear trouble and media hype, according to Xinhua. The agency quoted Wu as previously saying that "the biggest fear of officials is losing their job Martellus Bennett Patriots Jersey , so we can target their weakness."
Wu recently offered a 100,000 yuan ($16,000) reward for the surveillance video of the police shooting in Qing'an, Heilongjiang Province, where a man who attacked the police at the local railway station was killed, according to The Beijing News.
"People like Wu often seek profits for themselves illegally in the name of justice and safeguarding legal rights. It has been a clear signal since late 2013 that China is determined to crack down on such illegal activities to build a clean and healthy online society Elandon Roberts Patriots Jersey ," Zhi Zhenfeng, an associate research fellow at the Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told the Global Times.
Zhi compared Wu to Dong Liangjie, an environmentalist, who was detained for spreading forged information online in 2013 Adam Butler Patriots Jersey , and Yang Xiuyu, who was sentenced to four years in prison for illegal business practices, including making profits by posting false information.
However, Yu Guoming, a professor at the Renmin University of China, pointed out that Wu and other activists serve to drive the authorities to conduct investigations and improve transparency.
Wu was detained by Fujian police on Wednesday for inciting trouble and libel. He was previously under administrative detention in Jiangxi Province for disturbing order at courts and publicly insulting others Mike Gillislee Patriots Jersey , after he put up posters with insulting accusations against the leaders of the Jiangxi high court.
"Apart from imposing punishment on Wu for his extreme and vulgar activities, authorities must reflect on themselves to find the root of the problem - administrative nonfeasance and the lack of transparency in some government bodies still lay as obstacle for people to safeguard their rights," Xie Zhiyong, a professor at the China University of Political Science and Law, told the Global Times.
The ongoing campaign to establish Communist Party of China (CPC) branches at non-governmental organizations (NGOs) across China is part of the authorities' efforts to root out shady or illegal entities, experts said.
This will encourage genuine groups to play a bigger role in providing public services that used to be partly shouldered by the government.
NGOs that have started to form Party organizations according to government policies said their daily operations are as smooth as before Rex Burkhead Patriots Jersey , and that foreign media claims about the Party's "attempt to strengthen its control over the NGOs" are not true.
The General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council General Office on Monday jointly issued a guideline to "reform social organizations' management systems and boost their healthy and orderly development."
Besides vowing to provide preferential financial and taxation incentives to encourage NGOs to take over many government agencies' previous functions in providing public services, the guidelines also emphasized the Party's role in ensuring the political correctness of NGO operations.
"Party organizations in NGOs should unite the masses and ensure the NGOs' correct political directions," the guidelines read, adding that Party organizations should raise questions over important NGO decisions, large expenditures and activities involving overseas organizations.
The guideline is a more complete reform plan after the authorities issued a trial guideline over Party construction work at NGOs in September last year. This said if an NGO has three or more Party members, it should establish branch Party organizations. NGOs with fewer Party members can establish joint Party organizations across similar NGOs Lawrence Guy Patriots Jersey , the document said.
This corresponds with the country's ongoing campaign to revitalize the Party's role in State-owned and private companies in order to unite more people around the Party and reduce corruption and malpractice.
In a report on Monday, Radio Free Asia accused the NGO management reform of twisting the roles of NGOs.
However, Zheng Gongcheng, a professor on social welfare studies at the Renmin University of China said the reform is mainly aimed at dealing with problems of shady NGOs.
"Some NGOs are nothing but knockoff organizations that make money or other gains under the guise of a public-interest entity," Zheng told the Global Times on Thursday.
The Ministry of Civil Affairs on August 16 published a list of the 11th batch of "knockoff NGOs," adding to the more than 1 Stephon Gilmore Patriots Jersey ,000 self-claimed public-interest organizations it has exposed before.
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