The “Great Leap” of the Communist China Pandemic; Hong Kong’s Darkest Time Approaches
Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on GettrTranslated by: MOS Translation Team – Henry W In a previous Grand Live Broadcast, Miles Guo accurately predicted the fluctuation of Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index (HSI). On March 16, he released a video on Gettr stating that the HSI would wipe out Hong Kong’s century-old economic foundation and that the
Restoring the Truth about the Three-Year Famine in Communist China
CCP Caused the Great Famine during Great Leap Forward in 1960-1962.
A New Version of the “Great Leap Forward”
The Great Leap Forward took the lives of tens of millions of our compatriots, and now the same trick will be repeated with the collapse of the economy and the people's suffering.
Record Low Net Population Increase in Communist China After the Great Leap Forward
According to the CCP's recently released China Statistical Yearbook 2021, the Communist China's population will increase by a net 2.04 million in 2020 compared to 2019, the smallest population increase since the Great Leap Forward.
【War Room, CCP @100】Jack Posobiec: Petty Tyrant, This Is What CCP Turn People Into
【War Room, CCP @100】7/1/2021 Jack Posobiec: Petty tyrants, this is what the CCP turn people into. The CCP have been instituting Party commissars at the lowest levels, because they know that if you give someone a title, if you give someone a modicum of power, if you scratch a liberal, you can always find a petty dictator underneath the petty tyrant.
【CCP’s Centennial】Great Leap Forward Led to the Great Famine, Causing Tens of Millions of Deaths
Everyone was making steel during the "Great Leap Forward", causing a large amount of farmland to be deserted. The over-exaggerated agricultural reports forced the farmers to turn in their food grains and even the seeds to fulfill the proportion after the false reports. Eventually, it led to a nationwide famine. Not less than 30 million people died of starvation. In these 3 years of starvation, the leader of the CCP Mao Zedong lived a luxurious life. There was a favorable climate during the 3 years of the "Great Chinese Famine", but CCP called it the "Three Years of Natural Disasters".