Hurting the Rich Won’t Help the Poor: China Official

China’s top decision-making officials gathered for the “Two Sessions,” one of the Chinese communist regime’s most important annual political meetings, to discuss policy for the coming year.

The Two Sessions also features a meeting of China’s so-called rubber-stamp legislature. The unofficial name refers to how representatives never vote against any government proposal, meaning the legislature is effectively a rubber stamp for top policy decisions.

During this year’s Two Sessions, only one delegate dared to voice an idea outside of the current Communist Party narrative.