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Mayor Tells Child Victims of Sexual Assault to Keep Quiet?

Jiang Xianzhi, Jiangxi Province Ruichang City Deputy Mayor, sparked controversy after telling parents of children who were sexually assaulted by their teacher to quietly seek medical care where they are not known and not ask for a cent from the government.

From Sina Weibo:

@袁裕来律师: What a Deputy Mayor. Six elementary school girls were sexually assaulted and infected with sexually transmitted diseases [with symptoms] very likely to reoccur [throughout their lives], and Jiangxi Province Ruichang City Deputy Mayor Jiang Xianzhi who was put in charge of education instead says to the parents [of the victims]: ”If such a thing happened to my child, I’d quietly take her to a place where no one knows her for treatment, and wouldn’t ask the government for a cent.” http://t.cn/zQjg6KA. Deputy Mayor Jiang, you’re now famous! [弱]

Jiang Xianzhi, Jiangxi Province Ruichang City Deputy Mayor, sparked controversy after telling parents of children who were sexually assaulted by their teacher to quietly seek medical care where they are not known and not ask for a cent from the government.

Comments from Sina Weibo:

LEO_義少:

Eat shit, Shitty Mayor Jiang. [怒]

琴根:

Perhaps she used to be a whore. How can a person like this become an official? Better fire her TM ass. In charge of education, this kind of bitch’s remarks are what’s in her heart. Just what level of harmony must the educational atmosphere of that place be.

周洋_Henry:

Good ability, good leader, good policy!

朵朵美孩儿:

So generous. I hear the netizens’ reactions are very strong and very identical: ”Let her have it!” [群体围观]

闭眼看客:

Sacrificing her humanity to protect the government’s reputation, such a good cadre of the Party. Getting an excellent review at the end of the year won’t be a problem.

_陈贤鸿:

I just want to say [three] words to your daughter: Please contact me!

你是否听过许美静:

Deputy Mayor Jiang, the moment you said these words, your child could no longer continue in school, your husband could no longer continue at his place of work, and your parents could no longer continue where they live. It is you people who should quietly go to a place where no one knows you!

Freebirdcn:

That a person who says such outrageous things could become a deputy mayor and be put in charge of education just vividly demonstrates what Yi Zhongtian once said: If you’re not a retard, how can you be a leader?

盔壳:

The Heavenly Kingdom never lacks for scumbags who want to become famous.

烈风CZJA:

This can’t be real, can it?

From NetEase:

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Deputy Mayor Responds to “Wouldn’t Ask The Government for Money If My Child Was Sexually Assaulted”

A recently published Xinmin Weekly investigative report regarding 6 little girls suffering sexual assault by a teacher quoted Jiangxi Ruichang City Deputy Mayor Jiang Xianzhi saying to the parents of the victims, “If such a thing happened to my child, I’d quietly take her to a place where no one knows her to be treated, and wouldn’t ask the government for a cent”. This remark incited a huge controversy. Yesterday [August 11], Jiang Xianzhi admitted that she said something similar, but stressed that there was a cause-and-effect and a particular situation [a reason and specific context].

According to Jiang Xianzhi, the reason she said “take her to a place where no one knows her for treatment” is not because she thinks encountering a sexual assault is something embarrassing and not to be mentioned, or that the victim should suffer in silence, but to occupy a mother’s perspective, she feels the child has already suffered physical and psychological trauma. To take them to public places such as city hall, and to have them under the stares of the public, is to hurt them [psychologically/emotionally] a second time.

“I may not have been careful when I spoke, but as a mother, I think the most important thing is to protect the child’s privacy, and heal the wounds on their body and mind”. According to Jiang Xianzhi, as for her saying “if I were the parent of one of the victims, ‘I wouldn’t go before the government to make a fuss, wouldn’t ask the government for a cent’”, is because at the time, she was explaining to the family members [of the victims] that the most important thing to do after this kind of thing is not going to the government demanding compensation but to resolve it in accordance with the law and regulations.

[…]

Comments from Sina Weibo:

风流一夜 [网易山东省潍坊市网友]:

Shameless.

风扶兰 [网易波多黎各网友]:

Jiang Xianzhi, look at my mouth: CNM!

ppp788 [网易黑龙江省哈尔滨市网友]: (responding to above)

Just say it straight: fuck your mother. With this kind of beast of a mayor, there’s no need to be polite. To hell with being civilized usage of the internet. In the face of justice and human dignity, that’s all JB.

已经绝望的天朝P民 [网易辽宁省本溪市网友]: (responding to above)

Resolutely demand that this completely inhuman female mayor Jiang Xianzhi resign.

运城商校9014遛狗驯狗专家 [网易贵州省贵阳市网友]: (responding to above)

Mayor Jiang, didn’t your mother teach you not to lie? Please hand over your daughter!

散步抗击贪政 [网易广东省阳江市网友]:

A bandit was crossing the river and accidentally dropped the axe/hatchet he used during robberies into the water. Just as he was in distress, the river god appeared, who took out a hammer and asked: ”Is this yours?” “No.” Then he took out a sickle and asked: ”Is this yours?” “No.” The river god nodded his head with approval: ”You’re quite honest for a brigand, so I’ll give you both of these. Combined, they’re more powerful than an axe.”

胡思不乱写 [网易广东省佛山市网友]:

Please Pay for Our Indifference: 1935, New York mayor Laguardia was sitting in a court trial: a old woman was fined 10 USD for stealing bread for her grandson. After the trail, the mayor took off his hat and put 10 USD into it, and said: ”Now, everyone please pay a 50 cent fine, to pay for our apathy and indifference, to punish ourselves for living in a city where a grandmother has to steal bread in order to feed her grandson.”

天一的天天下第一的一 [网易陕西省西安市网友]:

The People’s Daily: Without Leaders, the People’s Creativity Cannot be Brought Out — 2013 July 24

The People’s Daily: Leaders & Officials Frequently “Wash Their Faces” to Maintain Purity — 2012 April 17

Xinhua News Agency: Opinions Such as Most Officials are Corrupt and that There is More Corruption the More it is Fought Against are Wrong — 2013 June 7

Shaanxi Police Using Government Vehicle for Vacation Fined Lightly, Officials Claim “It’s Not Easy to Bringing Up an Official” — 2012 August 23

Global Times Editorial: Must Allow a Moderate Amount of Corruption in China, the People Should Be Understanding — Sina News — 2012 May 30 [see this chinaSMACK post]

The People’s Daily: The Media Excessively Exaggerates Corruption Aggravating the Public’s Anxiety–News, Tencent.com — 2012 March 1

Xinhua Online: Western Multi-Party Systems Didn’t Put an End to Corruption–NetEase News Center — 2013 June 8

Party journal “Seek Truth”: Netizens Should Know that Spouting Abuse Online Won’t Bring Down the Party or the Government — 2013 June 17

The People’s Daily: The Government Should Do What it Can to Improve the People’s Lives, But Individual Struggle/Improvement is the True Path — 2013 July 22

The People’s Daily: Germany Also Has ‘Comparing Fathers’ [the phenomenon of people comparing family background/connections], Rags to Riches Stories in the US Extremely Rare — News, Tencent.com — 2013 July 12

The People’s Daily: As Long as It Doesn’t Break the Law, ‘Comparing Fathers’ is Just Human Nature — 2013 July 23

The People’s Daily: Online Public Opinion Isn’t Completely Equivalent to Actual Public Opinion — 2013 July 23 [see this chinaSMACK post]

The People’s Daily: Criticizing the Government as Having Nothing Redeemable Just Because of Some Corruption is Extremism — 2012 June 14

The People’s Daily: Our System [Policies/Governance] is Advanced and Reasonable, Should Strengthen Confidence in System — 2013 August 9

The People’s Daily: Should Bring [Grassroots] Online Anti-Corruption [Efforts] into Formal Legal Recognition and Systemization — 2012 December 3

The People’s DailyChina Economy Weekly: Weibo [Grassroots] Anti-Corruption [Efforts] Should Return to Rationality, Rumors & Violence in Online Trials [in the courts of online public opinion] — 2012 December 11

The People’s Court Daily Talks Li Tianyi Case: A Society with Rule of Law Does Not Tolerate Weibo Trials [trail by online mob] — 2013 August 5

wanghai1018h [网易陕西省手机网友]: (responding to above)

Must save/bookmark this, and see if there will be any even more shameless and contradictory articles in the future.

Written by Peter Barefoot

Peter is a born and raised Chengdunese who enjoys drinking with all his friends.

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