Imagine how satisfying witnessing the total collapse of the CCP would be.
Not as satisfying as the collapse of the uniparty
The Chinese people just have to believe that it's possible, that they can make it happen.
Everytime protests around the world happen, for whatever reason against a government, more often than not it just fizzles out with no considerable result.
Yellow Vests in France, truck drivers in Canada and Australia, Freedom marches in Melbourne, take your pick. In each of those cases, the angry mob continues on for varying amounts of time until their numbers dwindle. People march and wave their signs and yell and scream until they decide, "Ok we've done our bit, let's go home."
What's happened here? Someone blew up a quarantine camp. It was lit on purpose or by accident, I don't know. But it's a symbol of the authoritative boot on the necks of the peasants.
No ones convincing me the CCP won't interpret that as a direct threat.
I'm sure the people starting the fires are still heavily communist. They probably don't like Xi for being so capitalist.