There was a protest by Mao supporters against the Chinese Govt outside the court where Boâ€™s wife was being tried for poisoning Neil Heywood, a British businessman who worked as a fixer for the Bos. It will be recalled that Bo had made fabulous personal fortunes because of the capitalism platform pursued by China, which jettisoned Communism and buried it. However, he was a Communist satrapâ€™s son and he neatly intermingled his personal fortuneâ€™s soar with good old Communist populism and rhetoric. This made him a popular leader amongst the masses and that unnerved the Communist head honchos in Beijing. This trial brought out such sentiments as expressed by Mao Jianghui, a retired teacher from Nanjing, who is said to have commented thus: Boâ€™s arrest had brought much criticism of the Party apparatchiks in Beijing to include Wen Jiabao, who was seen as one of Mr Boâ€™s opponents that forced authorities to clamp down on the internet and social media. This trial may help the Party leadership to regains its balance, but there will still be murmurs in the background since the social and economic inequality will continue to loom because of the capitalist system that is a far cry from the safety and comfort of the â€˜womb to tombâ€™ philosophy of Communism. That will continue to be the tinder to flame fires.