The CCP’s mammoth plan to eradicate banned religious organizations from rural areas is based on false Marxist premises and an outmoded sociology.
Poverty in China
“Socialism” is in, “Enrich yourselves” is out. Where did we hear this before? Chinese “capitalists” may learn some lessons from Bukharin.
Triumphal ceremonies hailed Xi Jinping’s victory in the “war on poverty.” But data are either false or misinterpreted.
Behind the “success” of the CCP’s rural revitalization campaign hide stories of misery and pain by its “beneficiaries.”
To reach the goal of no impoverished households by the end of 2020, CCP forces villagers with no skills or income to move to cities after their homes are destroyed.
An ethnic Han manager at a garment factory in Xinjiang discloses disturbing details of local Uyghurs’ abuse, disguised as bogus projects to improve their lives.
Because of the aid they get from the state, impoverished religious residents are told to renounce their faith, or their benefits will be withdrawn.
While actively negating “rumors” of shrinking grain reserve, the government orders farmers to re-cultivate deserted farmlands, threatens to punish those who disobey.
In the name of fighting poverty, the CCP moves impoverished households from across China to Xinjiang, while sends Uyghurs to other provinces for forced labor.