Three party members in space Big V pandering: send the party branch to the sky!

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), on July 1, the official government vigorously promoted the launch of the Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft and sent three astronauts, Nie Haisheng, Liu Booming and Tang Hongbo, to the sky and the core module as a “party celebration gift”.

With more than 9.28 million followers of the microblogging military V “camouflage tiger” that posted a flattering, shouting “the best gift for the centenary of the party is to send the party branch to the sky!”

The post said that the three astronauts are all party members, “according to our country’s explicit provisions, where the party members more than three people should set up a branch”. The post said that the Chinese space station will set up “the world’s first outer space party branch”, the party branch “built in the sky”.

The posting was ridiculed by netizens, “This is a small step for three astronauts, but a big step for the Communist Party to dominate the universe!”

Some netizens even created a science fiction plot: “The most dramatic plot extrapolation: a sudden accident, the space three party branch lost in the universe, and when they struggled to escape back to Earth, there is no Communist Party on Earth, the three of them became the last party branch.”