Parody: Hitler Responds to Chinese Microblogging Scandal

Recently, Xie Zhiqiang, the director of a Chinese municipal health bureau, was found using a micro-blogging site to chat with his mistress (Jiang). The two were having intimate conversations on the site without knowing that it was public.

Someone posted their conversation screenshots on a Chinese online discussion forum, and the scandal was thus widely spread.

This video parody was originally created by a Chinese netizen and was later translated and edited by CDT staff. It is taken from the often-parodied film Downfall about the end of Hitler’s life.

*Note: The term “fart people” used in the video is an Internet slang term that references a local official accused of harassing a young girl who later yelled at her parents telling them, “You people are worth less than a fart to me.” Read more on the Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon.

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