With the rapid development of hacking technology and more young people "learning to code", the Great Firewall is quickly becoming just a minor inconvenience for many people. There are many college students and others in China selling access to self-made VPN's or even dark web connections at varying prices with varying levels of access. Of course, the authorities are in a constant battle with these young entrepreneurs turned revolutionaries, but like all governments when it comes to the Internet, the CCP is losing more battles than it is winning. Right now, they are playing whack a mole with as many illicit Twitter/Weibo posts as they can, but with each one they manage to delete, about 5 more are getting through. That is how we are seeing some of the most breaking footage of the epidemic. If these videos continue to be spreading amongst their fellow Chinese in other regions of the country, the time may very soon come when the CCP will be playing "dodge the arrows", bullets, and VERY good quality homemade explosive devices. If there is one thing I found out from living in China for quite a while, it is that rural kids LOVE making and playing with pyrotechnics. I still remember when I was eight and I quartered sticks of dynamite into several sections, then priming each section with tightly foil-wrapped black powder or flash powder, tying them to arrows and sending em' skyward or into various targets. Made a hell of a flash and boom too. Several abandoned houses in the area got used by me and other kids as well for testing all kinds of homemade kabooms, from flash powder to ANFO and nitrohexamines with various priming agents to try to get them to detonate successfully. These houses looked like scenes from Chechnya after just a couple of summers. Unlike in the USA, many commercial blasting agents and the things needed to make them are almost non-regulated in China because it is just impossible. The knowledge of the synthesis of many older propellants is commonplace in many traditional families who also use the ingredients to produce medicines or celebratory pyrotechnics. 'Dynamiting' is still the leading cause of death in violent disputes in suburban and rural areas, with knives and arson being the second.