"Hunger is when some people don't get enough food, not when enough food doesn't exist in the real world." This is Amartya Sen in Chapter 1 of his famous book Poverty and Famine Write the first sentence. For many Chinese, this common-sense judgment is deafening. Generations of Chinese after 1949 have been starving, but the explanations they take for granted are "large population, weak foundation" and "three years of natural disasters." Today, history has never so vividly presented this sentence to the people of Shanghai. In order to implement the strict COVID-19 (serious special infectious pneumonia, new crown pneumonia, Wuhan pneumonia) epidemic "zero" policy, the Chinese government has imprisoned more than 20 million Shanghainese at home overnight.
Even with great wealth and a supermarket within easy reach, people may not be examine whether the food interruption of the entire population Special Database can be stopped. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio Many people are beginning to realize that the lockdown-style epidemic control that has been carried out in more than 20 cities across China, starting from Wuhan, is a political experiment far from science. The Chinese authorities have so far refused to conduct professional investigations into the source of the virus, and they have also rejected the effective Western vaccine.
Instead, they have insisted on a "zero" policy that focuses on discipline. The purpose is to prove that dictatorship is stronger than democracy, and to make people in the era of abundant food and clothing get used to the traditional control mode. "Forcing orders to treat people like weeds" During the famine years when at least 30 milli