Quick post. Not sure where to put this so please relocate if there is a better subject area.
This is the first time I have ever heard of this so that might be a red flag in itself.
Maybe this subject will break the monotony of all the political posts, let's hope.
Within a small village called Zhangbu in South Western China, holds an interesting mystery regarding an inscription carved into the stone that reads
Communist Party of China perish. It's believed the inscription was carved into a dated 270 million year old stone.
The Wiki describes two versions of the text. The first five characters state "Communist Party of China" (中国共产党) but the sixth character
makes the statement say "Communist Party of China perish" (中国共产党亡).
One would say this is just graffiti carved into a 270 million old piece of stone but the accounts state that it was behind ancient rock that fractured
and exposed this text.
So is it a hoax or could there be some substance to this.
The Wiki page is a little odd since the 'criticism' section available is not used, but rather an 'analysis' one, which clearly has criticism within
The other thing is the mention of the carving being on a megalith, while there is a layered overhang where there is not much chance of doing a neat
inscription at all, while nearer the ground it's clear that the rock has been smoothed to make the inscription, or perhaps more correctly the area
around the inscription has been smoothed away, leaving the characters raised above the surface that has been smoothed, and then below the inscription
the surface becomes rough and unhewn again.
It's a porky pie to me.
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