Feng Zhenguo, former owner of a profitable wood furniture factory in China’s central Heibei province, experienced extortion from the environmental authorities and police, and was forced to sell his factory to Chinese police at a very low price.
“The communist regime’s so-called reform and opening up is just to loosen the shackles around Chinese people’s necks when both its rule and economy are on the verge of collapse,” Feng said.
“It allows you experience a little bit of freedom and lets you work hard until you make some money. Then, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) comes for your money.”…
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