A viral blog that attacked Australia’s failure to stop the months-long bush fires and implied Chinese firefighters were braver has stirred a vigorous online debate.
Friday’s article suggested that Australian firefighters were lazy and unpatriotic for taking rest days, and claimed that “human rights and democracy” were responsible for the continuing fires.
The post, titled “If it weren’t for the Australian bush fires, I would’ve never known that China was so powerful 33 years ago”, compared the disaster in Australia to China’s largest-ever wildfire, which lasted just under a month in 1987.
“Putting out fires depends not only on technology, but also on how much you love the people who live on this land,” wrote Yong Bo.
The post received a mixed response. Some applauded Chinese firefighters whilst others saw it as an attempt to stir up patriotism for cheap viral hits.
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