China: Slave Labour

Bingfeng put together reports on the Shanxi slave labour scandal. Chong from interlocals translated an internet article on the power of internet to expose and rescue the forced labour.


  • mahathir_fan

    Why do you call this a scandal.

    Communism was created precisely to protect such workers.

    It is good to see the huge response and anger that the treatment. It shows that the communism spirit is still alive in China.

    China as a communist nation is suppose to be a classless society where everyone enjoys free education and healthcare. The Chinese capitalists are waging a war. They do not want the young chinese people to learn about communism because if they do, they will lose the ability to exploit these workers; as these workers will demand equal rights.

    We must continue to educate the people on Communism and let the people know what they are entitled to. It is the PEOPLE’S Republic of China, meaning it is a nation that belongs to the PEOPLE, a democratic Communist nation.

    To see this sort of exploitation in a Communist nation is a shame to the Communist name.

  • Lee Wood

    It is interesting to note that China seeks to become a Capitalistic slave nation like the United States, an unfortunate, dysfunctional, and corrupt role model.
    Please note the following as one of many examples to keep your guard up against so as to protect your nation and your people. This example is the Thirteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, the Amendment we were taught in American elementary school that Abolished All Slavery after the great Civil War in America (1865):
    “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, EXCEPT AS A PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME WHEREOF THE PARTY SHALL HAVE BEEN DULY CONVICTED, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”(emphasis added)
    We, at the Committee to Abolish Prison Slavery, seek to remove this Exception for slavery with the return of citizenship, labor, labor and economic rights for all.
    To Read:
    “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, NOT EVEN AS A PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

    Please note that once I sign-in, and can log-in to gain access to your videos, I will with your permission, post those videos on the Committee to Abolish Prison Slavery’s Facebook location for further critical international exposure.
    In Solidarity of Purpose.
    Toward the Abolition of All Slavery,
    Lee Wood

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