Forced Vaccination of People Internal Communist Party Documents Exposed

Chinese people are generally reluctant to receive vaccines because of the poor safety of domestic vaccines. Recently, the Epoch Times obtained an internal document showing that the Chinese Communist Party has “politicized” vaccines and forced people to receive them. Small businesses have also revealed that the authorities are forcing vaccinations, bundling information about vaccinations with health codes, and “not allowing people to enter the market without vaccinations.

Forced Vaccination of Employees of Chinese Communist State Enterprises

The Epoch Times recently obtained an internal document from Chongqing Xiaokang Group, titled “Notice on Strengthening Epidemic Prevention and Control”. The notice says: “All units must stand on a political level and strictly implement the main responsibility in accordance with the principle of ‘should receive as much as possible’ …….” “Unit heads and party cadres take the lead and actively mobilize and organize the unit’s employees aged 18-59, except for pregnant women and nursing mothers …… the rest of them to be inoculated at the resident street hospital by April 30, 2021.”

The notice also said, “Where the CCP virus vaccination work is not promoted and problems occur in the units and individuals, the group will strictly pursue responsibility.”

Internal documents of Chongqing Xiaokang Group show that the enterprise disguised mandatory vaccination against the CCP virus at the official request of the CCP. (Courtesy of Chongqing Reader)

Chongqing Xiaokang Group is ostensibly a large private enterprise, but it has an internal Communist Party organization and is owned by both the local government and state-owned Dongfeng Group, whose chairman, Zhang Xinghai, is a Communist Party “National People’s Congress deputy.

The Voice of America reported on March 15 that there are indications that some Chinese state-owned central enterprises are linking vaccination to attendance and performance, forcing employees to take vaccinations in disguise, and that some foreign-related departments have even made vaccination mandatory in their own departments.

Ms. Hu, an employee of a state-owned enterprise in Beijing, revealed that the unit issued a notice to implement vaccination, requiring that “all vaccinations should be given”.

Mr. He, an employee of a state-owned enterprise in Beijing, also said that the policy of his unit is also “to receive as much as possible.

Miss Hu has been opposed to mandatory vaccination, but her unit has begun to carry out the statistics of non-vaccination, she fears that not vaccinated, “the future may be subject to the company’s leadership inquiries or the investigation of the relevant departments.”

A state-owned enterprise executive who did not want to reveal his name said that most departments in his unit are responsible for external projects, and employees under 58 years of age are forced to play domestic vaccines without special reasons, otherwise they are not arranged to travel to work, and if they are not vaccinated they can only be temporarily suspended and wait for processing.

Sanya Honggang Market: No vaccination allowed

In addition to large enterprises, the scope of compulsory domestic vaccination has begun to expand. Mr. Liu, a vegetable trader in Sanya Honggang Market in Hainan, told the Epoch Times that he must now take the vaccine to enter the market.

He said, “The 23rd was only notified, the 24th are required to play (not vaccinated not allowed to enter).”

He added: “The whole of Sanya is now vaccinated, it’s mandatory. Who wants to go to the vaccine ah, say this vaccine is still in the implementation stage, who knows what kind of impact on the body.”

Mr. Wang, a retailer of aquatic products in Hong Kong market, said, “Since the morning of the 24th, there are more than a hundred people to guard the city, and all the security guards inside the market are also mobilized.” “Everyone has a Health Code, Alipay or WeChat, he checked your health code, if not played there is no a flat figure, if played there is a nucleic acid test two-dimensional code, if there is no two-dimensional code can not enter.”

He said, “If it were not so enforced, who would want to fight.”

Mr. Zhao, a fruit wholesaler at Hong Kong Market, also confirmed, “No vaccination is not allowed to enter the market from the 24th, probably affecting (business) about forty percent, a little less customers.”

The safety of domestic vaccines is a concern

In addition, according to Mr. Wu, a mainland human rights lawyer, the Chinese Communist Party’s civil service system is said to give priority to vaccination, but in essence it is forced.

Mr. Wu said, “I understand that the effectiveness of the Chinese vaccine is definitely not working, and it is likely to be implemented on such a large scale to do experiments. I have also heard that there are health codes and travel codes also linked to whether or not you have the vaccine, and this is scary, and it’s like forcing everyone to get it.”

Mr. He, an employee of a state-owned enterprise in Beijing, told Voice of America, “The reason I’m not getting the vaccine is because I’m planning to have a baby and this [vaccine] might affect the development of the fetus, so I haven’t chosen to get it yet.”

The Communist Party’s domestic vaccine may have adverse effects not only on men’s health, but more seriously on women. According to the official Chinese Communist Party media Xinhua on Jan. 6, pregnant and breastfeeding women are not allowed to receive domestic vaccines. Pregnant women must postpone pregnancy after vaccination and are advised to get pregnant after 3 months of vaccination.

And a mainland resident received a vaccination precautionary note issued by her local community, indicating that “you cannot have a child within six months of receiving the Chinese Communist virus vaccine.”

The safety of China’s domestic vaccines has long been criticized, and vaccine accidents are common. 2005 saw one death, 20 serious injuries and 121 abnormal reactions to the hepatitis A vaccine in Anhui; the 2007 vaccine incident in Shanxi resulted in the poisoning or death of nearly 100 children; a number of injuries and deaths of infants injected with the hepatitis B vaccine in southern China in 2013; and the 2018 Changsheng Biologicals’ Bai Baiyao vaccine. incident in 2018, in which 250,000 doses of substandard vaccines reached the market.

Not long ago, Hong Kong began widespread vaccination with China’s Coxin vaccine, and so far 10 deaths have been reported, with the number of people taken to hospital after vaccination in the past few days in the double digits. on March 24, a 26-year-old Hong Kong man collapsed after receiving the Coxin vaccine and woke up with facial paralysis, one eye swollen and unable to close, and his mouth tilted to the right.

However, the Communist authorities claim to have vaccinated 70 million people with the domestic vaccine, and have not reported a single case of serious side effects. And posts on the Internet about adverse reactions to vaccinations have been quickly removed.