Prison Labor System in China Employs Guards with High Salaries

October 7, 2020 Updated: October 12, 2020

CCP Leader’s Condolences Arrive Late After Trump Tests Positive

After President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for coronavirus, the American people and world leaders quickly reacted with messages of support and blessings. The CCP, which should be held accountable for this pandemic, has been slow to respond. Instead, there were a lot of gloating voices on the CCP-controlled Internet, expressing their human evil to the fullest.

In the early hours of the 2nd, Trump tweeted that he and the first lady had tested positive for the CCP virus. In the evening of the same day, Trump went to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment.

 CCP Members in China’s Luoyang City Under Heightened Scrutiny

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has tightened its grip over its members’ online speech, as suggested by an urgent notice obtained by The Epoch Times.

The official notice was dated January 28, 2020 and jointly issued by the publicity and organization departments under the CCP committee of Luoyang city in Henan Province and the local cyberspace administration.

The notice states that it is strictly forbidden to take photos of and record confidential documents, sensitive meetings or events, and to upload them to the internet through WeChat, QQ and other Chinese instant messaging tools. In particular, information on the pandemic must be kept strictly confidential.

In fact, a similar document was released on May 27, 2017, to “channel” the online behavior of CCP members and cadres to ensure they toe the Party line.

Prison Labor System in China Employs Guards with High Salaries

Prison labor is a common practice in China and prison guards get well paid by exploiting inmates. A leaked official document issued in 2003 by Chinese authorities indicated that the income of prison guards was several times higher than that of ordinary civil servants.