Amid the economic downturn, the CCP deprives farmers of their primary sources of income by destroying pig sheds and gardens.
Poverty in China
A new book by Jennifer Pan shows how the CCP, under the pretext of “elimination of poverty,” uses its “Dibao” livelihood guarantee program to better watch over political and religious dissidents.
To reach President Xi Jinping’s poverty alleviation goals on time, local governments destroyed farmers’ homes and farmland amid the coronavirus outbreak.
China’s religious groups are happy to help when disasters strike. But much of their efforts, and collected donations, are exploited by the government.
Xi Jinping claimed poverty would disappear by 2020. Here is 2020, and here is a young student who died of malnutrition.
As the deadline “to lift all impoverished households out of poverty by 2020” is approaching, the CCP is hailing its “great achievements.” People see it differently.
With China’s economic downturn, ordinary citizens are left to suffer as a result of failing policies that were supposed to help them initially.
Ahead of Military World Games in Hubei Province’s capital Wuhan, the government is “beautifying” the city by destroying people’s homes and businesses.
Xi Jinping’s policy to eradicate poverty looks more like yet another propaganda tool, forcing local officials to play along in delivering the undeliverable.