十月份浙江省湖州市民抗议 

被中国有关方面想重写现代史的官僚作和谐的报道太多了。为了做个纪念我把几片照片放在这里。

Online reports of the many popular protests in China are made to disappear quickly by officials who want to write a more harmonious account of modern Chinese history. These things never happened!  Remember, or rather don’t remember.   Most of the links here don’t work because of the harmonization campaign.

The story of the Zhili Township riot is being taken down by censors on some Chinese websites. According to a web report at <a href=”http://blog.renren.com/share/142702924/9591040902&#8243; rel=”nofollow”>blog.renren.com/share/142702924/9591040902</a> that collects web photos from microblogs and elsewhere, small and medium businesspeople in Zhili Township protested against rapidly rising taxes. According to the web report, “It is amazing that it has taken this long for an anti-tax protest to break out in China where the tax burden is especially high. The Zhili Township, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province anti-tax protests sends a signal. The people can no longer accept a high tax burden. It is very likely that these protests will spread. Over the past three quarters, the taxes have risen at three times the rate of GDP growth. China’s macro tax burden is nearly 40 percent, that is very high. Wenzhou merchants run away to escape, Huzhou merchants take to the streets to protest taxes. The root is the excessive tax burden. The margin of survival for small and medium sized private businesses is constantly getting narrower.” In Chinese 在税负奇高的中国,到今天才爆发一起影响力较大的抗税事件,已是奇迹。湖州织里抗税,只是一个信号,表明民众已不堪高额税负,极可能成蔓延之势。

今年前三季度,税收是GDP增速的3倍,中国宏观税负已近GDP的4成,举世罕见。温商跑路、湖商抗税,真正根源都是过高的税负,中小民营企业生存之路越来越窄。

http://www.flickr.com/search/?w=74568056@N00&q=Huzhou

http://blog.renren.com/share/142702924/9591040902 

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