Communism in the Streets of Shanghai

By Olivia Murray

Published: April 19, 2022 Noon EST

(1 minute read)

As this is an election year in the U.S., many of the tyrannical and highly unpopular COVID-19 decrees are slowly being lifted. Just yesterday, a Trump-appointed federal judge based in Tampa struck down the mask mandate imposed upon public travelers, stating the CDC exceeded their authority with the directive.

But as the measures are temporarily lifted (expect them to be back after November elections), residents of Shanghai are in the midst of a dystopian lockdown at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party and their abettors.

For over three weeks, Chinese citizens and tourists in the financial capital of Shanghai have been locked in their homes with no regard for their well-being. According to The New York Post, people are shouting from their balconies, saying, “We have no food to eat…. We haven’t eaten in a very long time…. We are starving to death….” In protest, one man wheeled his empty refrigerator to the balcony for all to see:

As was seen during previous lockdowns, some citizens are even committing suicide by jumping from windows:

This is communism: death is preferred to rule by tyrants. The terrorism and bondage at the hands of the Chinese government and their cronies is the blueprint for the world.