Miles Guo revealed in the same live broadcast on April 10 that the urbanization of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen is developing too fast and the population is rapidly expanding. In order to make these cities bear the cost of excessive urban development, Xi Jinping decided to let the people of these cities experience the taste of starvation.
According to population statistics, Shanghai’s current population of 25 million is far more than the 15 million planned in the era of Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin, and it is continuing to grow to 50 million. In addition, there are a total of 130 million people in Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Shanghai, all of which basically provide services solely for Shanghai. Miles pointed out that Xi Jinping believes that Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Shanghai can live in prosperity due to the fact that they have received so many preferential policies and resources.
Particularly, the development of Guangzhou and Shenzhen has far exceeded the average level of the rest in China. However, people in these cities believe that they have obtained a prosperous life by virtue of their own intelligence and hard work, and they are not grateful to the Chinese Communist Party.
In order to make the Chinese people realize the consequences they will face when cities develop too fast and understand that all of the development of these cities and the improvement on living standards are all gifts from the Chinese Communist Party, Xi Jinping wants them to experience the taste of starvation by deliberately cutting off food and supplies.