What China needs more than anything else is a revolt among the young generation of workers. President Xi and the communist tyrants must be exiled and political freedom needs to reign.
This chart from the New York Times shows one in five 16- to 24-year-olds unemployed may presage a rebellion against the communist oligarchy in Beijing.
History shows that young people without jobs can generate a political tinderbox.
As our friend Mark Skousen, professor of Economics at Chapman University and the organizer of the FreedomFest conference, reminds us: “Communism can never be stable. Revolution is inevitable. The question is, whether it will be violent or not.”