According to NTDTV, on September 22, a woman from Guangdong province shared a video saying that she bought a cactus two years ago and devoted herself to taking care of it. But recently, she was shocked and angry to discover the cactus was fake.

The woman put the 33-inch tall cactus in the corner of her bedroom and watered and fertilized it for the past two years. Unfortunately, a few days ago, the cactus was broken, and she discovered it was a fake.

A similar thing happened in December 2021. A woman named Li in Hebei kept a Lingzhi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) for two years.

One day, her playful little son broke the mushroom. Then she discovered that the Lingzhi mushroom she watered weekly for two years was fake. It was made of wood.

Li said that after her son knocked over the flowerpot the Lingzhi mushroom was “growing” in, she thought she would just replace the flowerpot.

However, she discovered the bottom of the mushroom had a wooden base, and the mushroom was connected to this base by nails. A fragment also revealed that the mushroom was made of wood.

China has long been known as a “fake paradise.” Most of the counterfeit goods in the world reportedly originate from China.

Historically, however, Chinese goods, such as ceramics and textiles, are renowned for their quality, design, and craftsmanship.

According to the book “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,” the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has three basic characteristics: deceit, malice, and struggle.

Since the CCP gained absolute power in Mainland China in 1949, this force has manipulated education and media to propagate and force the Chinese people to accept its atheism, deceit, malice, and struggle.

Over time, the Chinese people have been morally corrupted. Their precious qualities, such as honesty, love, and tolerance, are replaced by deceit, malice, and struggle.

Therefore, China’s becoming a hub for counterfeiting is believed to be the result of a CCP process that degrades the morals of the Chinese people.

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