The Nine Commentaries is Broadcast on Cable TV for Two Hours in Tianjin Ji County
(Clearwisdom.net) According to the news from Tianjin City, The Cable TV station of Ji County, Tianjin City, was successfully preempted by a broadcast of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party on August 2, 2005. The broadcast lasted for two hours and then stopped after someone reported it to police. It is reported that Hu Jintao wrote, "The case must be solved within a certain time limit."
According to widespread reports from overseas, a similar event took place on July 3 in China. Thirteen channels of CCTV and twelve local channels in nine provinces in southern China were covered at the same time. It is reported that the contents of the broadcast included the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party and news about the mass withdrawals from the CCP.
From July 17 to July 19, 2005, certain individuals in Tianjin City and Beijing City, as well as Baoding City and Shijiazhuang City in Hebei Province, creatively spread tens of thousands of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party and flyers about the CCP withdrawals. They posted many announcements and information about the withdrawals on major roads, small streets, subway stations and in other public places.
Many people have commented on the courage it took to tap into the TV signal to broadcast the truth, breaking through the despotic authority's news blockade, and negating their efforts to deprive the people of China of their right to know the truth.
Hao Fengjun, who was a Class I Police Superintendent and a former officer of Tianjin City National Protection Bureau and the 610 Office, escaped from Tianjin to Australia in February 2005 and sought political asylum because he didn't want to persecute Falun Gong practitioners and religious groups any longer. Encouraged by the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party and Chen Yonglin's exposure of the CCP spy network, Hao Fengjun decided to reveal the truth to the public, especially the CCP's persecution of Falun Gong and the CCP's policy of using spies to monitor and harass Falun Gong practitioners outside China since 1999. His revelations have created shockwaves in Australia and around the world.
Right now, Tianjin Police Department is searching and checking all Falun Gong practitioners on their blacklist. The practitioners who have access to computers and knowledge of computer technology are the key targets. Simultaneously, the police have launched a surveillance system to completely monitor Internet access.