China's Forced Vaccination Reveals Fake Census Data

China's Forced Vaccination Reveals Fake Census Data

China's Forced Vaccination Reveals Fake Census Data

In a situation where the Chinese Communist authorities are demanding a set COVID-19 vaccination rate, there are constant rumors of local governments forcing, or even resorting to violence, to make people vaccinate. But there are also local governments that adopt incentive policies, such as giving out eggs and milk, and even paying 500 to several thousand of dollars per person if they vaccinate. This is a very rare phenomenon for ordinary Chinese people who have never received free medical care. Based on media reports and information exclusively obtained by China Observer from people working within the Chinese government, we found that this vaccination mess exposes a huge problem of falsification in the Chinese census. According to the latest census data in 2020, China has a total population of 1.412 billion people, and if 1 billion people are vaccinated, this means that China's vaccination rate has reached over 70%, making China a "world leader" in vaccination. This would highlight the Communist Party's achievements in fighting the virus and restore its international reputation, which has hit rock bottom. Chinese demographer Yi Fuxian, who now lives in the United States, considered the census data to be "most unreliable", with 130 million people falsely reported. According to his analysis and research, China's actual population should be less than 1.28 billion in 2020, with negative growth; and the fertility rate is less than 1.1. As the final decision maker, this census data was revised for more than a month and finally published as nearly 1.42 billion. The CCP also has a desire to compete for the title of the world's most populous country. If India becomes the world's most populous country, a lot of international capital will flow to India, which has a larger and younger population, and China will be stripped of its role as the "world's factory". Currently, the speed of international capital outflow from China has gradually accelerated, although there are various factors such as the trade war between China and the United States, and supply chain transfer. But the decline of China's labor force and resulting increase in labor costs, is also a factor that cannot be ignored.