UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon awarded today on behalf of the 193 member states reunited under the banner of the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly it’s first honorary title to the country judged best of the world in 2014. The award went to the People’s Republic of China which the panel of judges from every country of the world elected to be the best country in most categories such as health, education and the economy.
The booming chinese economy which has an employment of more then 100% has practically taken the world by surprise with it’s efficient managing of it’s billion people population. « In the aftermath of the 2008 crash, China has overcome the recession and given jobs and financial opportunities to all it’s citizens » explained UN’s Secretary-general to it’s members. « With larger and larger populations to manage, it seems that political trends for nations in the next century will tend to go toward communism and socialism instead of capitalist democracies, which economies are in deep decline » he assured.
China is also known for it’s thriving organ harvesting industry which employs more then 2 million people. « There is a revolution of ideas in China. They like to think outside of the box. They are definitely trend setters » explains UN economist, Jack W. Blake.
Prison population has also dramatically dropped since China has traded it’s prison system for rehabilitation camps. « A prisonner is of no use to society and is very expensive to take care of. To become useful to society, we must reform him. Through our rehabilitation camps, they learn to work and become a productive force for society » admits a chinese government official, present for the ceremony.
« China is and will always be the greatest country » explained UN’s chinese ambassador Li Baodong, who accepted the award on behalf of his country. « Japan’s economy is going down the toilet, US is being crushed by the economy of the chinese dragon, soon the world will be ours » he exclaimed with dry humor. « All nations of the world tremble before the mighty chinese empire » he concluded.