South Park says 'F**k the Chinese government!' in its 300th episode

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South Park has hit back at China in its 300th episode saying 'F**k the Chinese Government' after the nation scrubbed the show from its internet when the irreverent animated series mocked Beijing's notorious censorship.

The long-running Comedy Central series celebrated their 300th episode milestone on Wednesday with heavy punches against China for banning the show from the Chinese internet.

In the celebratory episode in its 23rd season entitled 'SHOTS!!!' Towelie forces Randy Marsh to shout 'F**k the Chinese Government' outraged that anyone could do business with the country despite its human rights atrocities.

At first Marsh is hesitant to repeat the declaration as he's selling marijuana in China - where weed is illegal - and grapples with the moral dilemma of raking in profits from a country with human rights concerns. But he eventually gives in and repeats 'F**k the Chinese Government' to appease Towelie.

South Park continued to slam China in its 300th episode 'SHOTS!!!' that aired on Comedy Central on Wednesday where the character Randy Marsh declares 'F**k the Chinese Government'

South Park continued to slam China in its 300th episode 'SHOTS!!!' that aired on Comedy Central on Wednesday where the character Randy Marsh declares 'F**k the Chinese Government'

South Park shared a gif of that moment on Twitter with the hashtag #BannedInChina.

The jabs at China are a continuation of their episode last week called 'Band in China' that satirized the Chinese government, its censorship and authoritarian behavior and the complicity of American businesses for working with the nation.  

In the episode South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker mocked China for censoring Winnie the Pooh as the children's cartoon character has become  symbol of resistance against China's ruling Communist Party and its leader Xi Jinping. 

The episode also attacked the NBA, Disney and Marvel for doing business with the country. 

Following the 'Band in China' episode, China banned the show for its critique on its government and scrubbed all reference of the show from its internet. 

And in retaliation, protesters in Hong Kong have been playing bootlegged copies of the 'Band in China' episode on large projector screens in the streets, according to the Reporter.   

The episode comes after China banned the show from its country this week for last week's episode 'Band in China' which heavily criticized the Communist government

The episode comes after China banned the show from its country this week for last week's episode 'Band in China' which heavily criticized the Communist government

The episode poked fun at American companies who bow to strict Chinese censorship laws and resulted in the Comedy Central show being scrubbed from the internet in China

The episode poked fun at American companies who bow to strict Chinese censorship laws and resulted in the Comedy Central show being scrubbed from the internet in China

In the plot from the episode last Wednesday, Randy (right) gets arrested carrying marijuana into China, frustrating his plans to sell weed

In the plot from the episode last Wednesday, Randy (right) gets arrested carrying marijuana into China, frustrating his plans to sell weed

He is then sent to a work camp, where he sees Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, who are imprisoned because the bear was used to mock Chinese President Xi Jinping

He is then sent to a work camp, where he sees Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, who are imprisoned because the bear was used to mock Chinese President Xi Jinping

The episode highlights the harsh conditions of the prison camp where Randy is held

The episode highlights the harsh

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