Collected by Taiwan Lizhi and Wenfei; Translated by Jingshui Yuan; Reviewed by Wenkenni
The Chinese Communist Party, like other dictatorships, aspires to be the “god” of its citizens and does everything in its power to do so. As shown in the figure above, the Communist Party has instituted a series of so-called “loss of trust indicators” that rely on deducting points for credit checks. A total of 26 regulations are shown, many of which impose harsh restrictions on the lives of mainlanders and many of which have no defined measurement benchmarks, allowing room for abuse by law enforcement officials.
This article will explain the special regulations mentioned above：
3261: Demolishing, merging villages and towns, and land adjustment are vigorously underway in mainland China. People often bravely confront the CCP government for their own rights. This regulation shows that as long as it does not cooperate with the actions of the CCP, 20 credits will be deducted, which provides “protection” for more brutal behavior in the future.
3262: Both Littering and piling up randomly become a reference for dishonesty. No clear criteria for frequency or quantity.
3267: 10 points will be deducted for posting or painting advertisements for propaganda, however, actually, the ban is a slap in the face of the Chinese Communist Party itself due to ideological propaganda slogans are everywhere under its rule.
3275: Domestic comrades who have been interviewed by CCP law enforcement for investing in the G-Series or supporting the Whistleblower Revolution need to be aware that this regulation marks an increase in CCP punishment for those who support the Whistleblower Revolution.
3276 and 3277: The “key control” clients are generally petitioners from various localities, who are among the most persecuted by the CCP. They have already been subjected to intensive monitoring in the past, and currently have 10 points deducted from their credit.
What are the consequences of being included on the CCP’s list of dishonesty?
Article 3 of the “Regulations on Restricting High Consumption and Related Consumption of the Person Subject to Execution”: If the person subject to execution is a natural person, after the consumption restriction measures are taken, the following high consumption and consumption behaviors that are not necessary for life and work are not allowed:
(1) When taking transportation, choose second-class or higher cabins on airplanes, trains, and ships;
(2) High consumption in hotels, hotels, nightclubs, golf courses and other places above star level;
(3) Purchasing real estate or building, expanding or high-end decoration houses;
(4) Lease high-end office buildings, hotels, apartments and other places for office work;
(5) Purchase vehicles not necessary for business operations;
(6) Travel and vacation;
(7) Children attend high-fee private schools;
(8) Paying high premiums to purchase insurance wealth management products;
(9) Other consumer behaviors that are not necessary for life and work, such as taking all seats on the G-headed EMU train, first-class seats on other EMU trains, etc.
The 1.4 billion people under the CCP’s rule are undoubtedly living in hell. No matter what job you are in, no one can guarantee that you will not become the ghost of this evil ruling machine. Everyone may become a dishonest person, making you the one who has completely lost a normal life.