Chinese Communist Party’s “No. 1 Document” says grain production increased last year

Since September 2020, it has been raining continuously for more than half a month, some of the ripe rice in Shangrao Poyang County, Jiangxi have fallen over and started to sprout due to the rain, and some have become blighted grain, so there is no hope for autumn harvest, and farmers want to cry. (Video screenshot)

While the Epidemic in mainland China was severe last year, with flooding in many provinces, the Communist Party of China (CPC) recently released its “No. 1 Document” claiming that the total national grain output last year was 1,339 billion jins, an increase of 0.9 percent over the previous year, raising questions from the outside world. According to Sheng Xue, a well-known Writer and vice president of the Democratic Front Global, the CCP’s figures are a complete fabrication. The CCP’s means of rule is “lies, violence and monopoly on all fronts.

The Communist Party’s No. 1 document, released on the 21st, makes grain a top priority for the entire party, stating that this year’s goal is “to reach a production of more than 1.3 trillion jins, a stable development of the pig industry, a further improvement in the quality of agricultural products and Food safety, a continued faster growth in farmers’ income than urban residents, and a sustained consolidation of the results of poverty eradication”; and Emphasis on “enhance the ability to guarantee the supply of food and important agricultural products”. The document said that last year the total national grain production increased by 11.3 billion jin over the previous year, production remained above 1.3 trillion jin for six consecutive years.

Sheng Xue: Food shortage, the Chinese Communist Party to swell the face to fill the fat

In response, Sheng Xue analyzed to reporters, “China has always been a major food importer, and the CCP does not hide these messages when it is not facing a serious ruling crisis, so it can still see these messages in its history.” Considering the severe impact of last year’s epidemic and floods, the CCP’s claim on food now “is an outright lie.”

Since late 2019, she said, the virus outbreak from Wuhan has created unprecedented tensions within China, causing the CCP to seal off almost an entire province (Wuhan and surrounding counties) for the first Time since 1949. The invisible virus also made the CCP very nervous, so for a long time, the CCP also showed the international community the so-called blockade effect of its authoritarian rule during the outbreak, “the CCP completely ignored the Life and death of the people, so for a long time until now, China has not been able to carry out normal production and construction.

Sheng Xue continued, saying that along with the epidemic, “within the last few months, almost a third of the country was in a flooded situation; and the Chinese Communist Party has done a lot to gain international sympathy and support, so we have seen a lot of video and photo reports. This must have had a direct impact on the CCP’s grain production last year, especially since the areas where the flooding occurred were again the most important grain-producing provinces.”

Especially after the fall, the message of the epidemic in China is one wave after another, with continued tensions in many places; coupled with international crackdowns and sanctions against the CCP, which have caused some countries to restrict their food exports to the CCP. “The more the Chinese Communist Party makes a swollen face on these issues and desperately tries to promote and advocate them, it also precisely shows that it is indeed experiencing a plight of a large percentage of food shortage now.” Sheng Xue said.

China is importing more than 100 million tons of grain every year, with record imports of more than 140 million tons of grain in 2020, with some foreign media claiming that it is mainly due to record high imports of the staple food corn, coupled with strategic storage clouds under the epidemic.

In this regard, Sheng Xue said, “It (the Chinese Communist Party) now has to go begging to buy world food, because the epidemic has also affected food production in many regions of the world, and the virus rampant around the world has not yet stopped; many countries are also aware of the nature of the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party, so the trade with the Chinese Communist Party is also increasingly cautious.”

Communist Party Document No. 1 says there will be a five-year transition period after poverty eradication Analysis: Comical

The authorities in the No. 1 document also said that in order to consolidate and expand the results of poverty eradication, a five-year transition period will be established from the date of poverty eradication for counties that have escaped from poverty; and a “National Poverty Eradication Summary and Commendation Conference” will be held on the 25th.

Sheng Xue thinks, since the poverty has been removed, “five-year transition period” is not a bit funny? “The Chinese Communist Party’s problems cannot be compared with the logic of common sense and basic facts, because they are completely disregarded; instead, they have to look at what the Chinese Communist Party has been promoting with great fanfare, then it must be something wrong with this issue.”

She cited the famine of the late 1950s and 1960s as an example, when the CCP’s political decisions were wrong, causing perhaps 50 million people to die of starvation, “even in the midst of such a great disaster, we could not see the truth from the CCP’s own media. It took decades for the truth to emerge from the historical record. And while this tragedy was happening, the Chinese Communist Party did not stop its free aid to African countries”.

The first document said to stimulate rural consumption netizens: funny

The first document also mentions the need to promote rural consumption across the board, and there is a big backlash among mainland netizens, who have questioned whether farmers have money to spend and whether it is easier to “cut leeks” in rural areas. In particular, the Chinese Communist Party proposed to promote the replacement of durable consumer goods for rural residents, which also made netizens feel funny and questioned: Is this helping farmers?

According to Sheng Xue, these policies highlight that the CCP is in a very serious economic crisis. In addition to the epidemic that has lasted more than a year, the international community, especially the former U.S. administration, has cracked down on the Chinese Communist Party’s long-standing bullying in unilateral trade over the past two years, which has really hit its overall economy where it hurts and has affected its economic development.

“China’s agricultural population is arguably the most miserable in the world, without any welfare protection or any support or assistance from the state.” Sheng Xue said that in democratic countries like Canada, if there is some kind of natural disaster, the government will immediately go to assist them and compensate them, “but in China, all these disasters are carried by farmers.”

“While saying that food production is stable, they are importing food; while saying that the entire agricultural sector has been lifted out of poverty, they are at the same time using all kinds of means to stimulate consumption.” This set of Chinese Communist Party is full of contradictions.

“The CCP’s means of rule: lies, violence and all-round monopoly”

Document No. 1 claims that the Communist Party of China is the reason for the removal of poverty from the peasantry, and emphasizes the need to strengthen the Party’s overall leadership of the “three rural areas”.

In response, Sheng Xue said, “The pattern of the CCP’s rule is very interesting. The more it exploits, treats and enslaves those classes, the more it uses these classes as fronts in the international arena to show the glory, correctness and greatness of its so-called rule.”

She said that the basic means of the CCP’s rule is “lies, violence and monopoly on all fronts,” which “has blocked the possibility for any person in society to develop independently; not to mention the ordinary peasant, even Ma Yun, who later became the hegemon of the business kingdom, the CCP wants to take him down at It was a matter of time.

“This so-called ‘three peasants’ – that is, the countryside, peasants, and agriculture – is the source of the Communist Party’s fortune, and was the earliest supportive force in the establishment of power at the beginning, and can be said to have been used by the Communist Party for nearly eighty years, and now the Communist Party is still endlessly exploiting them and using them.”

Sheng Xue concluded by emphasizing that lies, violence and total monopoly are the most important features of the CCP’s authoritarian tyranny. The CCP’s lies cover all areas, and especially at very important and urgent junctures, its coverage of lies is even tighter.

“When there is a crisis of rule, when there is a major disaster, or when there is a major challenge, the CCP will unleash lies across the board, not just within China, and it will spread them as widely as possible.” She concluded.