Terrible situation in China as farmers arrested, Big Tech censorship (videos and pictures)

China is going full Orwellian right now! Is this the plan? Xi intentionally makes people in China starve?

Schwab’s Utopia is becoming reality in Shanghai. This is what the globalists biosecurity state stands for…

Very recently China somehow has turned from basically zero covid for 18 months to tens of millions of people locked in their homes for the last week. Now the military is on scene. Yes! Look at that! The Chinese military has deployed to the empty streets of Shanghai…

Chinese screaming from windows in Shanghai after being ‘locked down’ in their apartments. They cannot leave their apartments…

Within the last few weeks, I’ve watched my fare share of gruesome, violent, and videos of death in general, but the next video is simply haunting… People are jumping out of buildings… This is distressing to say the least.

Farmers aren’t even allowed outside in China’s lockdown. In the first video, the farmer was caught checking his crops:

The second farmer was caught driving his tractor:

Both to be detained for months with fine. This isn’t about science but party control to keep Xi in power. Keep the boot on the neck of the people, and they will be grateful for crumbs.

According to an exiled Chinese billionaire who was an insider in Xi’s circle, Xi personally drafted the zero COVID policy nd explains the reasons China is imposing harsh lockdown for zero COVID policy is to force starvation and humble the masses and make them depend on the Party for survival:

According to Miles Guo, the CCP is ordering Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhengzhou, and Changchun to be prepared for the death of 1 in 5,000 people or 1 in 2,500 people. Officials from other provinces delivering food to Shanghai were soon arrested, and the officials in 21 cities will be removed from their offices right away if they violate the CCP’s political rules…

Meanwhile, Weibo, China’s ‘Twitter’ appears to be censoring content about food shortages in Shanghai as residents struggle amid a harsh COVID-19 lockdown