Move comes a day after crackdown on popular messaging app by Internet security body president recently took over
Turbulence is likely to just continue building within China as the government continues this crackdown without bringing about the meaningful economic, social and environmental changes that are required to keep the Communists in power. This could make the Communists one of the shortest lived dynasties in Chinese history.
However, China is not likely to be a fully Westernized liberal democracy as we seem to expect it to be here in the West. China will, most likely, band together under a strong central government that will seem repressive and authoritarian by our standards. However, the standards of being effective, protective and genuinely benevolent to your people is still going to remain in place, and I honestly don't think that the Communists of China seem aware or willing to be aware of the potential international and domestic problems that they are currently facing. All emphasis seems to be put into "cracking down" on people for expressing their concerns, rather than listening to and addressing those concerns in a prompt, effective and careful manner.
Like a marriage where one spouse doesn't pay attention to or listen to the needs of the other, the relationship between the society and the government is going to crack. Society will live on while the government who never listened or worked with the society is kicked out. That's practically straight out of Confucius, except instead of the government relating to the society as and adult over children, the government relates to the society as a marriage with both partners equally checking the other out. Society has the upper hand in these affairs, and I think Chinese can understand that. Except, how am I supposed to communicate that to them when I can't even reach my own political side in the real of geopolitics?