How the Game Is Played: Chen Guangcheng and the Regime

May 5, 2012 Updated: October 1, 2015
Chen's 'Protector' (Illustration)
Chen's 'Protector' (Illustration) (Jeff Nenarella/The Epoch Times)

A child is beaten by his parents.

A neighbor steps in to care for the child. Then, the parents say, give my child back to me.

The child wants to go back to support his sisters, and so there is a temporary agreement to return the child.

As soon as the child goes back home, the parents start to beat the child again, in front of all the neighbors.

Why?

Because they want to show that this is my child. They will show everyone they will do whatever they want.

Don’t you ever run away again, the parents say, and no one should ever interfere with my family matters. The neighbor who cared for the child should apologize.

Then, the parents kick the child out of the home because he got too much attention from the neighbors.

The parents say, I allow him to leave, in the way I prefer.

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