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Why do I love China and the Communist Party of China (CPC)?

It was not always the case.

In fact, for the majority of my life, some 48 years, I hated China and I hated the CPC!

Why This Article

I want to tell my odyssey, my journey to the West, that has taken me far far away from my Motherland.

I hope to connect with a few overseas Chinese who feel similar yearnings that I feel now towards China. I would like to connect with those who feel helplessly sinking in the sea of Western “narratives” or LIES about China promulgated in the mass media, the mainstream and so-called “alternative” media in the West, especially in the USA and Canada.

I am also hoping to connect with a few mainland Chinese who might be able to help me return back to China.

Who knows maybe I will get lucky and President Xi Jinping will hear about my odyssey and be moved to grant me my Chinese citizenship again!

The Arc of My 50 Year Odyssey

It all began one night in Shanghai in early 1972. I don’t remember the exact date as I was only 6 and 1/2 years old when this traumatic event happened and it affected the course of my entire life.

But before I get to that seminal story of how my hatred of China and the CPC began, here is a speech that I gave in early December 2001 (or 2002 I forgot) in the Financial District in San Francisco, California with a bullhorn in hand!

The title on my rambling speech that I literally shouted at the lunchtime passerby’s was “A Warning Of Today’s Holocaust”:

Communists in China have killed over 60 million Chinese people since they have taken over China. Freedom and justice do not exist in Communist China today. Many “Made in China” goods found at Kmart, Wal-Mart, and elsewhere are produced by the slave labor of Chinese people suffering in Laogai concentration camps.

Chinese Communists have killed over 1 million Tibetans. They are currently waging a cultural genocide to wipe out all Tibetan culture through massive population transfer.

Chinese Communists are readying to take Taiwan by force that could lead to the killing of thousands and maybe millions of Taiwan’s people.

Chinese Communists are threatening the people of the United States with nuclear ICBM’s.

Western governments, liberal and conservative, including the United States are beholden to multinational corporations. These companies are interested in two things: (1) captive markets to sell their goods (i.e., totalitarian countries like China), and (2) cheap labor to lower their costs of production (i.e., slave labor found in countries like China).

Western governments and the multinational corporations reason that greater trade with Communist China will somehow cause the Communist dictators to allow freedom and democracy to flourish. The fallacy of this argument was clearly demonstrated by the Tiananmen Square massacre and by the current persecution of the Falun Gong and Zhong Gong spiritual groups.

The motto of the Communists is “Retain power at all costs.” Sacrificing the few or the many to control the rest is their means. The massacre at the Tiananmen Square and its aftermath serve as a stark warning to the Chinese people and to the world.

The truth of China and Tibet today is not really known by the ordinary people of the West. If they realized what is happening, they would equate this to what happened in Nazi Germany in the 1940’s — but worse, a lot worse.

Would Westerners buy Nazi goods produced from concentration camps? Would they help the Nazis build their war machine if they knew the truth?

History has a tendency to repeat itself for those who never learn from it. If the IOC gives the 2008 Olympics to Communist China, it’s Nazi 1936 all over again. Except this time the enemy has the means to destroy millions of people in a matter of minutes.

“Never again….” Repeated again. Today. . . .

Everything in my speech is a LIE! Except for this statement: “The truth of China and Tibet today is not really known by the ordinary people of the West.” But not in the way that I meant it in 2001!

Everything.

This event of my San Francisco speech was the nadir of my odyssey to the West.

In 2003, I began to suspect that some of the “facts” listed in my speech were not truthful. However, it wasn’t until early 2020 and the onset of Covid-19 that I finally realized that everything I thought I knew about China and the CPC were LIES. Finally, the insidious and toxic veil was completely lifted from my mind and my heart about the truth and reality of China and the CPC.

I was finally liberated! Free at last! Free at last! Free at last!

But my odyssey was long and arduous and painful. And it is not over yet.

I will return back to my Motherland to contribute what I will towards China’s National Rejuvenation.

One Night In Shanghai

I was born in Shanghai in July 1965. My parents are both medical doctors. When I was around 5 years old, my parents left me in Shanghai with my uncle Jack, my father’s younger brother. With my little sister, they went to Kunming for work purposes. They believed that the quality of life in Shanghai would be better for me, being their first child and only son and all. So I lived with Jack on the small piece of land that my paternal grandfather had bought before the Communists liberated China.

On this land, which exists today as a public park, there were 3 very small houses. I slept in the middle one, a single bedroom house.

One night in late January or early February 1972, eight plain-clothed local policemen came into my room, just as Jack was tucking me into bed. Of course, in those days, nobody locked their doors or gates. God forbid! Only criminals and counter-revolutionaries would do such a horrible thing!

My bedroom is square in shape, with the entrance door in the middle of one wall and my bed leaning against the opposite wall. Looking towards the door from my bed, to my left is an old jukebox radio, one that had large push buttons for selecting various radio stations.

Six of these policemen took Jack to my right and they were engaged in some discussion that I couldn’t hear. The two other policemen went to the jukebox radio to my left.

I had a bird’s eye view of everything.

Looking at the two policemen, I noticed that one of them was pushing various buttons on the jukebox radio. Then the other one shouted out to Jack across the room asking or rather demanding, “Did you do this?”

In China at that time, it was illegal to listen to radio stations from Hong Kong or Taiwan. Parenthetically, I hear that it’s “illegal” in Taiwan to listen/watch certain mainland Chinese media in 2022! The duo policemen were accusing my uncle of listening to an illegal radio station with evidence that they manufactured right in front of my eyes!

Of course, Jack protested that he wasn’t listening to any illegal radio station. But his protests were in vain and they took him away right there and then.

Just as they were all leaving my bedroom, I stood up on my bed and pointed to one of the two policemen with my right hand and shouted as loud as I could, “He did it! He did it!”

But the lonely voice of a little child was not enough that night.

My uncle Jack ended up in some reform jail for 30 days.

I was left alone with our nanny and cook for what seemed like years to a six year old.

Years later, we were able to piece together what really happened and why Jack was take away to reform jail.

But the scar from that night left an indelible mark on my soul and damaged my views and opinions about China for the next 48 years!

From that night onward, I feared and hated China and the CPC!

Nixon in China

From February 21 through 28, 1972, US President Nixon visited China. It was a historical event. From the American objective, the intended purpose of this visit was to draw China into America’s orbit, to counter the Soviet Union. From the Chinese objective, it was the baby steps towards opening China to the West once again.

Incidentally, the geopolitical tango among Russia, China, and the United States has always been the key to the stability or instability on this planet. This is even more true today in 2022 with the events unfolding in Ukraine and Taiwan.

If people remember anything about that historical visit, they remember Nixon meeting with Chairman Mao in Beijing. What they forget is that Nixon also stopped in Shanghai before flying to Beijing.

This is where the trouble began for my uncle. Apparently, Nixon landed at Shanghai’s Hung Chiao Airport which is located very close to our land. Don’t ask me how close (maybe 5 km), but close enough that our local police decided weeks before the important visit to round up all the potential “rabble rousers” and “trouble makers”.

Being a somewhat free thinker with no job and in his 20s, Jack was lumped into the “trouble maker” category. So, he was rounded up with the rest of undesirables a few weeks before Nixon graced our neighbourhood.

During his initial stopover before flying to Beijing, Nixon was only in Shanghai for one hour, but the pre-fallout of his visit lasted a lifetime for me.

Leaving China for Canada/USA

My family left China in October 1973 (my mother joined us later) for Hong Kong. Don’t ask me how that was accomplished, as it was very rare for Chinese citizens to leave China legally in the early 1970s. That story could be another future article!

In October 1974, we left for Vancouver, Canada. I grew up in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. I got my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineer from the University of British Columbia in 1989.

After my graduation, I left for the United States where I spent approximately the next 20 years working as a mechanical engineer, project engineer and project manager. I was a professionally licensed mechanical engineer in the state of California.

For the first 4 years, I joined what turned out to be a spiritual cult in Montana! Of course, you find out about these sticky and uncomfortable truths after the fact!

American Cult

It was during my sojourn in the USA that my opinions about China hardened to such a degree that my resultant false beliefs led me to give that public speech in San Francisco.

The cult that I had join, like a lot of cults, is extremely pro-USA and anti-China. Incidentally, the Washington Times, a newspaper owned by the Moonies or the Unification Church, a Korean cult with considerable influence in South Korea, Japan and the USA, is extremely pro-USA and anti-China. The Epoch Times, an “alternative” news rag owned by the Falun Gong cult, is over-the-top pro-USA and anti-China. Their “news” about China are re-posted by an influential alternative news blog called zerohedge.com which is quite popular with libertarians and the “free market” believers.

Permit me to say the following about cults in general:

If I can summarize the defining characteristic or modus operandi or spiritual DNA of all cults, the words of George W. Bush encapsulates it best: “You are either with us or you are against us!”

As long as you is going along with the cult’s teachings and philosophy and actions, everything is hunky dory and you are treated as a “member of the family”. But once you cross that line against their teachings or their philosophy or their actions, then you instantaneously become a persona non grata and their mortal enemy.

The United States of America, at the level of its governing elites which alternates between the left and the right every so often, is basically a cult, a very dangerous and vindictive cult. Many Americans who believe religiously in the American MYTH are members of the American cult.

It was also in the USA that the LIES about China and the MYTHS about the USA began to unravel for me.

I want to address four of them now (before continuing to tell my odyssey), and expose them for the LIES and MYTHS that they are, as they have affected me and many others very deeply. Sadly, they continue to do so for millions of people around the world.

1. Tibet Genocide LIE

One of the LIES that I learned while I was with the cult in Montana, called the Summit Lighthouse (TSL) and the Church Universal and Triumphant (CUT), is the genocide of 1.2 million Tibetans and the destruction of over 5,000 Tibetan monasteries. This was and still is one of their fundamental political “teachings”.

Along with Hollywood movies about Tibet that feature A-list movie stars like Brad Pitt, it was all too easy to swallow this particularly insidious LIE hook, line and sinker.

Michael Parenti, one of the few progressives in America who talks about the ugly and genocidal reality of the American Empire, wrote an article called “Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth”. I encourage everyone who wants to know the truth about Tibet and China’s liberation of Tibet to read his article which can be found at:

Basically, before Tibet was liberated by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in 1951, Tibet was a medieval kingdom of land-owning lamas, secular leaders, serfs, and slaves. Many more serfs and slaves (95%) than important lamas and secular leaders (5%). The important land-owning lamas, whose progeny is now paraded in the West as “holy men” with their “ancient wisdom” dressed in saffron robes, were in fact slave owners. They maintained a brutal system of serfdom and slavery for centuries for their exclusive benefit and pleasure.

Up until 1959.

Quoting from Parenti’s article:

[The] Drepung monastery was one of the biggest landowners in the world, with its 185 manors, 25,000 serfs, 300 great pastures, and 16,000 herdsmen. The wealth of the monasteries rested in the hands of small numbers of high-ranking lamas. Most ordinary monks lived modestly and had no direct access to great wealth. The Dalai Lama himself “lived richly in the 1000-room, 14-story Potala Palace.”

Secular leaders also did well. A notable example was the commander-in-chief of the Tibetan army, a member of the Dalai Lama’s lay Cabinet, who owned 4,000 square kilometers of land and 3,500 serfs. Old Tibet has been misrepresented by some Western admirers as “a nation that required no police force because its people voluntarily observed the laws of karma.” In fact, it had a professional army, albeit a small one, that served mainly as a gendarmerie for the landlords to keep order, protect their property, and hunt down runaway serfs.

Young Tibetan boys were regularly taken from their peasant families and brought into the monasteries to be trained as monks. Once there, they were bonded for life. Tashì-Tsering, a monk, reports that it was common for peasant children to be sexually mistreated in the monasteries. He himself was a victim of repeated rape, beginning at age nine. The monastic estates also conscripted children for lifelong servitude as domestics, dance performers, and soldiers.

The Dalai Lama, before his much acclaimed “escape” to India, lived in luxury in his Potala Palace in Lhasa. His worldly possessions included “8,000 kg of gold [worth about \$500 million US dollars in today’s terms], 5 million kg of silver [worth about \$4.4 billion US dollars in today’s terms], 20,000 pieces of jewelry, and more than 10,000 items of expensive silk and fur clothing.” His family “owned 27 manors, 30 areas of pasture, and 6,000 serfs”.

Not exactly the Hollywood image of piety and non-attachment that he magically acquired later on in the West.

As to the 1.2 million Tibetans killed by the PLA, Parenti wrote the following rebuttal:

Both the Dalai Lama and his advisor and youngest brother, Tendzin Choegyal, claimed that “more than 1.2 million Tibetans are dead as a result of the Chinese occupation.” The official 1953 census–six years before the Chinese crackdown–recorded the entire population residing in Tibet at 1,274,000. Other census counts put the population within Tibet at about two million. If the Chinese killed 1.2 million in the early 1960s then almost all of Tibet, would have been depopulated, transformed into a killing field dotted with death camps and mass graves–of which we have no evidence. The thinly distributed Chinese force in Tibet could not have rounded up, hunted down, and exterminated that many people even if it had spent all its time doing nothing else.

This particular insidious LIE has a “ring of truth” much like the Kuwaiti incubator babies story that was created out of whole cloth by the daughter of the Kuwaiti ambassador to the USA. Her tearful and pivotal testimony before the US Congress and televised nationally and worldwide was what precipitated the first American Gulf War against Iraq in 1991.

The Americans love putting out the facade of a good excuse to wage their genocidal wars. Most of them, if not all, are fake.

However, the truth cannot be hidden for those who seek it. Here is a YouTube documentary series on what Tibet was like before and after her peaceful liberation from serfdom and slavery, as told by former Tibetan serfs and slaves who lived during those times.

(Part 1)

(Part 2)

2. Tiananmen Square Massacre LIE

Most of us remember the iconic photo of the Chinese man standing in front of and stopping a column of PLA tanks near Tiananmen Square in June 1989.

Most Westerners believe that thousands of protesting Chinese students were crushed and killed by PLA tanks inside Tiananmen Square. How could this not be true? After all, the BBC and the New York Times both reported this and continue to tell this Tiananmen Square massacre narrative.

I saw it live on TV! Or so I thought.

Although that iconic photo is real, however, no one died inside Tiananmen Square. About 300 people were killed during the June 4th incident outside of Tiananmen Square, most were PLA soldiers and the rest were mainly workers, not students. The students had left Tiananmen Square peacefully early on June 4th.

Those key student leaders who were trained and goaded on by the American CIA (the National Endowment for Democracy or NED) were whisked away secretively via Hong Kong to the United States where they were then offered lucrative scholarships to attend prestigious universities.

Student leaders who benefited from American generosity or quid pro quo after Tiananmen Square include Chai Ling (Princeton University), Wu’er Kaixi (Harvard University), Wang Dan (Harvard University), Liu Gang (Columbia University), Feng Congde (Boston University), and Li Lu (Columbia University).

Here is the story of a cool-aid drinker and bonafide journalist who attended candle light vigils on almost every June 4th demonstration at Victoria Park in Hong Kong for 30 years. His recent awakening to the reality and truth of the so-called “Tiananmen Square Massacre” is quite refreshing and enlightening to read:

In perfect hindsight, the student protestors in Tiananmen Square were 100% wrong, demonstrating for Western style “democracy”. In actuality, they were instigating a “color revolution” to overthrow the CPC, before this phrase came into vogue much later.

The Communist Party of China (CPC) under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping was 100% correct.

The proofs are in the results.

China today is the second largest economy in the world. Some say she is the largest economy in the world using the Purchasing Power Parity method of calculating GDP. At the end of 2020, China lifted all of her citizens from extreme poverty! The total number of Chinese lifted out of extreme poverty totals over 700 million people! This is historical and unprecedented in human history! More about this later below.

When Chairman Mao declared the founding of the People’s Republic of China on October 1, 1949, China was basically starting from nothing, after many decades of devastation and destruction from the civil war and the war against the Japanese invasion. When Deng Xiaoping began to steer China’s course towards reforms and opening up in 1978, millions of Chinese people were still riding bicycles!

Today, only 44 years later, millions of Chinese people ride super trains that are the envy of the world. China is the largest automobile market in the world. The Chinese middle class is more than the entire population of the USA. The Chinese space program rivals both the American’s and the Russian’s in terms of technological advancement and achievements. China built her space program all by herself, literally from scratch.

I’d say China has attained phenomenal and historical successes since June 4, 1989 . . . under the leadership and vision of the CPC!

3. Xinjiang Genocide LIE

I am getting a little ahead of myself in telling my odyssey, but here is the latest LIE about China. It’s basically the same Tibetan LIE retold once again.

Today, we are told there is another CPC genocide. This time it’s in the Chinese province of Xinjiang where the ethnic minority, the Uygurs (or Uyghurs, as it is spelled in the West), live.

Xinjiang province, also known as the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, is located in the western region of China. It is the home to over 25 million Chinese citizens, comprising of all the 56 Chinese ethnic groups. The Uygurs are a Turkic ethnic group native to Xinjiang. There are about 8 million Uygurs in 2000 and about 12 million in Xinjiang in 2020. Most Uygurs in Xinjiang are Muslims.

The Western narrative on Xinjiang, mainly driven by the United States, is that there are the following: (1) a genocide is waged against the Uygurs by the CPC, (2) Uygur forced labor is used in cotton production and other industries, (3) concentration camps where 1 million or 2 million Uygurs (depending on who is regurgitating this narrative) are imprisoned, (4) thousands of Muslim mosques are destroyed (where have we heard this before?), etc., etc., etc..

I am not going to waste your time or mine to go into this “Tibet Genocide 2.0” LIE retold for Xinjiang. But I will describe the three key sources of these Xinjiang LIES.

One is Adrian Zenz who is a German “anthropologist” known for his very distorted views and published reports on the Xinjiang “concentration camps” and “Uygur genocide”. He is a senior fellow in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, an anti-communist think tank in Washington, DC. Mr. Zenz is a fanatical right-wing, religious zealot whose mission in life seems to be to take down the CPC! Of course, US government money has nothing to do with his “mission”.

The second source of these Xinjiang LIES is an Australian think tank called the Australian Strategic Policy Institute or ASPI which is partially funded by the Australian government. The other sources of ASPI’s funding include such US/UK military industrial corporations as Lockheed Martin (known for producing the F-16, F-22 and F-35 jet fighters), BAE Systems (Eurofighter Typhoon jet fighters, Trident nuclear missile subs), Northrop Grumman (missiles), Thales Group (rocket and mortar systems), and Raytheon Technology (Javelin and Stinger missiles).

The third source is the so-called “World Uyghur Congress” that is funded by the US National Endowment for Democracy or NED which is publicly outed as a CIA front organization, and it is headquartered in Munich, Germany.

What I do want is to leave my readers with three videos on the reality and truth of Xinjiang and the Uygurs today:

4. American MYTH

Americans love to preach to the rest of the world about how fortunate they are living in the land of milk and honey: Freedom and Democracy!

But as one British expat living in China, Jason Lightfoot, remarked about the USA in one of his YouTube videos titled “5 Reasons Why I LOVE Living in China!”:

“They may call themselves ‘the land of the free’, but how free are you if you can’t walk down the streets at night and feel safe? You need to keep a gun under your pillow to feel safe. You can’t walk down certain streets at night time or in the day time. You can’t afford your rent because cost of living is sky high. You drive down a road that’s crumbling, covered in potholes. It damages your car but you can’t afford to fix it because you’ve just been laid off. How free can you be in a society like this?”

To Jason’s astute observations, I would add this rhetorical question, “How free are you and how democratic is it to be forced to work 3 minimum wage jobs every day, seven days a week, just to pay the monthly rent and to provide food on the table for one’s family?”

Barbara Ehrenreich wrote a book called, “Nickel and Dimed,” describing this particular American plight. Her book came out in 2001 and things have gotten a lot worse since then.

As to the self-proclaimed notion that America is the world’s “greatest democracy”, Chinese venture capitalist and political scientist, Eric X. Li, said it best: “In America, you can change political parties, but you can’t change the policies. In China, you cannot change the party, but you can change policies.”

What is more important, democracy as in voting for political leaders or policy as in having infrastructure (here I include social infrastructure as well)?

Actually both.

In America, the common people neither have the political leaders that represent their needs and interests nor do they have adequate infrastructure necessary to carry on their daily lives. Most of their bridges, highways, dams, and other public works were constructed during the Great Depression and in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

Today, America’s infrastructure is literally crumbling before their very eyes. Their once proud social infrastructure, health care and social safety nets have been dismantled and/or privatized. Their dismal and horrific Covid-19 results, with over one million deaths and counting, are a sad and eye-opening testimony to this stark reality.

The MYTH of America versus the reality of America is the difference between how America is portrayed in its Hollywood comic book movies and the harsh reality on Main Street, USA.

Cognitive dissonance!

Cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort or anguish that results from holding two conflicting beliefs, values or attitudes simultaneously. Cognitive dissonance is a fundamental psychological problem suffered by all cult members. Including cult nations!

The late and great comedian George Carlin summed up the American Myth aka the American Dream ever so eloquently:

“They call it the American Dream because you have to be asleep [or dead] to believe it.”

Enlightenment in Argentina

When I had enough of the cognitive dissonance living in the USA, I decided to leave. The hypocrisy and hubris of the Americans were just too much for me. As the Americans love to say, “Love America or leave!” I chose to leave. But where would I go? China was out of the question, because at that time I still feared China and the CPC. So, I looked for a country furthest from the USA that is not so pro-USA.

That country turned out to be Argentina.

Except for a brief period, I have been living in Patagonia, Argentina since August, 2008. In September 2010, I visited Shanghai with my parents. My fear of China and the CPC, though greatly diminished since my San Francisco speech, was still present.

In mid 2020, the Covid-19 epidemic, which started in Wuhan, China, paralyzed the entire world with lockdowns. In Argentina it was the same. With too much time on my hands and nothing to do, I began to study and research China and the CPC.

Under the direct leadership of President Xi Jinping and the CPC, the incredible response of China to contain and then defeat Covid-19 in Wuhan really impressed me. In just 76 days, this new and previously unknown epidemic was brought under complete control in Wuhan, thanks to the heroic and selfless efforts of tens of thousands of doctors, nurses, construction workers, delivery persons, grocery workers, local volunteers, truck drivers, and military personnel. Many volunteered from almost all regions of China to go to Wuhan to fight!

One of the best documentaries on Wuhan’s fight against Covid-19 is produced by Reporterfy Media and it’s called “Blaming Wuhan The Documentary”:

Incidentally, a few Chinese, including two that I know personally, have turned against President Xi Jinping, or it reconfirms their previous judgment of Xi as this evil dictator, because of the supposed fiascos that resulted from his in/actions in the recent Shanghai lockdown. One of the social media stories is about pets accidentally or intentional killed by public personnels disinfecting unattended apartments in Shanghai. And other such Internet stories like that.

Even if these stories are true, what these Chinese critics lack is a discerning perspective. Comparing China’s with the American response and its aftermath, with over one million Covid-19 deaths and counting, these Chinese critics are nitpicking gnats from shit!

Finally, two things completely destroyed the last dregs of my fear and hatred of China and the CPC: (1) China’s Poverty Alleviation program which has successfully lifted over 700 million Chinese out of extreme poverty, and (2) the incredible journey of Xi Jinping, from the humble beginnings of a young farm worker to the all powerful leadership position as China’s President and Leader.

China’s Poverty Alleviation

I had a very old English book about China written at the turn of the last century. I have lost that book and I don’t remember its title. But what I do remember from that book is the figure of 700 million poor Chinese peasants and how the author salivated at the prospect of selling shoes to a few of those 700 million potential customers!

Chairman Mao, the CPC and the PLA liberated China from a century of imperialism and the disease of parasitic colonialism. They laid the solid foundation for a New China by quarantining and disinfecting China from foreign colonists and foreign invaders, and by building up the Chinese military and nuclear weapons. Mao and the CPC had the foresight to defeat the Americans attempting to enclose China via Korea, Vietnam and Taiwan, chiefly in the early 1950s during the so-called Korea War.

One of the key missions of the CPC is to liberate the Chinese people from centuries and even millenniums of poverty. This dream of Chairman Mao and the early pioneers of the CPC was but a dream when the People’s Republic of China was founded on October 1, 1949. There were over 700 million Chinese living in extreme poverty then, including 100 million impoverished rural residents.

China was still a very poor country in 1978 when Deng Xiaoping started his reform and opening up. However, under the collective CPC leadership and vision of Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao, and Xi Jinping, Poverty Alleviation has accelerated from a rallying cry and a sacred mission to practical actions and state programs in the fulfilment of a 5,000 year old Chinese dream.

Incidentally, US President Lyndon B. Johnson launched America’s “War on Poverty” during his State of the Union address on January 8, 1964. What are the results of America’s poverty alleviation since 1964? Where is the beef as the Americans would say?!?

What has taken place in China since 1978 is nothing short of the miraculous. However, there were no miracles or magic involved. China’s Poverty Alleviation involved the dedicated hard work of millions of CPC Party members and cadres.

Poverty Alleviation in China involved the hard work and ingenuity of over 3 million grassroots CPC officials stationed in some 128,000 poverty-stricken villages throughout all regions of China.

China’s Poverty Alleviation utilized the “five-batch” principles: (1) Local Industrial Development, (2) Relocation, (3) Eco-Compensation, (4) Children’s Education, and (5) Social Security.

Depending on the specific local conditions, problems and needs, a targeted poverty alleviation approach was employed using the “five-batch” principles.

Local Industrial Development involve nurturing existing or developing new local industries. As it says in the Bible, “If you give man a fish, you have fed him for a day, but if you teach him to fish, you have fed him for a lifetime.” Well, that’s exactly what China has done throughout her 832 counties. But there is a more practical Chinese saying, “If you want to get rich, build a road first.” Therefore, many local projects involve building much needed paved roads, bridges, highways, railways, 4G/5G Internet, and other infrastructure to connect isolated regions to the rest of China. Other projects involve building solar power stations and wind turbines for the generation of electricity. Then there is the growing of local agricultural products that are sold via the blooming e-commerce trade in China.

In really isolated and hard to access villages, the only practical solution to lift the impoverished locals out of decades and centuries of poverty is to relocate them to more suitable, accessible and fertile areas. Therefore for these poor villagers, Relocation is the key solution. However, these poor villagers were NOT forced to relocate. In many cases, it takes a lot of persistent effort on the part of the local first Party secretary to convince them to relocate to new and better communities where new housing has been constructed, typically free of charge (free housing), and, in many cases, completely furnished with the latest appliances and furnitures! Between 2016 and 2020, some 9.6 million Chinese have been relocated to 35,000 newly built residential communities with 2.66 million new houses and apartments newly built.

Eco-Compensation entails transforming polluting local industries, such as coal mining, to more eco-friendly and sustainable businesses, such local eco-tourism. The guiding philosophy behind this principle is President Xi Jinping’s “Lucid waters and lush mountain are invaluable assets” concept which he first introduced in Yucan Village, Anji county of Huzhou city on August 15, 2005. China’s forestry services has hired 1.1 million poverty-stricken people as forest rangers, to protect the local environment and native wildlife and animals. Some of these newly trained forest rangers were previously employed in non-sustainable industries.

Children’s Education is the key to China’s bright future and to ensure that the cycle of poverty is broken forever. Between 2016 and 2020, “China ensured free compulsory education for 200,000 students from registered poor households, and free vocational education training for more than 8 million junior or high school dropouts.” This means free tuition for school children and tuition allowances for poverty stricken households. Along with relocation, this also means the relocated school children live near their schools, where previously they had to walk for hours to get to school. Some students even had to slide on steel cables across dangerous rivers to get to their schools prior to the building of bridges!

Last by not least is Social Security for the most needed and impoverished families. They may talk about “no child left behind” in the United States, but in China “no one left behind” is not only state policy but it is a reality. Since 2016, China has provided subsistence allowance or poverty support allowance to more than 19.36 million registered poor people. Social Security also includes free health care and health insurance for the most needy and impoverished people.

In November 2020, China succeeded in eliminating absolute or extreme poverty!

Mission accomplished!

(Beyond the Mountain)

President Xi Jinping

The arc of journey of Xi Jinping is one of the most incredible stories in recent history and it will be studied by millions of people everywhere around the world.

Although President Xi Jinping came from a family well connected in the CPC, Xi himself had to literally start at the bottom. His father, Xi Zhongxun, was a Long March hero who later became the Secretary-General of the China State Council and a Deputy Prime Minister of China.

In 1969, at the age of 15, Xi Jinping was sent to the countryside along with tens of millions of Chinese youth. He worked as a manual farm laborer for 7 years in a small poor village called Liangjiahe in Yan’an, Shaanxi Province in northwest China. At night, Xi slept on a heated brick and clay bed in a room carved into a mountainside.

Nighttime was also when he could read his many books stored in a large brown box that he had lugged all the way from Beijing to Liangjiahe. His thirst for knowledge spanned literature, history, politics, and philosophy. After a hard day’s of manual labor, Xi would read his books well into the wee hours of the night and early morning with a kerosine lamp as his only source of light. Xi loved reading books like Goethe’s Faust, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and MacBeth, Karl Marx’s Das Kapital, and of course Mao’s Little Red Book.

Since his father was a high CPC official, some people might wrongly assume that Xi would automatically become a CPC member. No, that was not the case! It took him 10 attempts to apply for CPC membership before he was finally accepted. Later Xi was elected as the village Party secretary or chief of Liangjiahe. For his exemplary work, he was awarded a motorcycle. Instead of keeping it for himself, Xi traded it for “a tractor, a flour-milling machine and a grain thrower”. These machines were much needed and they were extremely helpful to the local villagers.

In Liangjiahe, Xi Jinping found his mission in life: to serve the people! And it was here that the seeds of his ideas and concepts of “poverty alleviation” germinated.

The rest, as they say, is history!

One of the best documentaries on this incredible arc of journey is called “The Making of Xi Jinping” and I highly recommend everyone to watch this short series:

(Part 1: Liangjiahe Village, Shaanxi)

(Part 2: Zhengding County, Hebei)

(Part 3: Fujian)

(Part 4: Zhejiang)

(Part 5: Shanghai)

~ ~ ~

In conclusion, I want like to end my article with two phenomenal videos. The last video shows the incredible gratitude that the Chinese people have towards their doctors and nurses in the fight against Covid-19 and you will never see this kind of emotional outpouring and national pride in the West. The first one is a seminal talk given by Eric X. Li, who like myself is a Shanghai native son, on WHY China’s system of government works which is the reason WHY the Communist Party of China or the CPC is LOVED by hundreds of millions of Chinese . . . including ME!

 
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  1. Ron Unz says:

    Regarding one item in this article, I noticed that over the last couple of days my morning New York Times was filled with explicit statements about the 1989 “Tiananmen Square Massacre,” which they treated as undeniable historical fact. Here are a couple of relevent paragraphs from one of my 2020 articles:

    According to Matthews the infamous massacre had likely never happened, but was merely a media artifact produced by confused Western reporters and dishonest propaganda, a mistaken belief that had quickly become embedded in our standard media storyline, endlessly repeated by so many ignorant journalists that they all eventually believed it to be true. Instead, as near as could be determined, the protesting students had all left Tiananmen Square peacefully, just as the Chinese government had always maintained. Indeed, leading newspapers such as the New York Times and the Washington Post had occasionally acknowledged these facts over the years, but usually buried those scanty admissions so deep in their stories that few had ever noticed. Meanwhile, the bulk of the mainstream media had fallen for an apparent hoax.

    Matthews himself had been the Beijing Bureau Chief of the Washington Post, personally covering the protests at the time, and his article appeared in the Columbia Journalism Review, our most prestigious venue for media criticism. This authoritative analysis containing such explosive conclusions was first published in 1998, and I find it difficult to believe that many reporters or editors covering China have remained ignorant of this information, yet the impact has been absolutely nil. For over twenty years virtually every mainstream media account I have read has continued to promote the Tiananmen Square Massacre Hoax, usually implicitly but sometimes explicitly.

    https://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-our-coronavirus-catastrophe-as-biowarfare-blowback/#media-coverage-of-previous-chinese-american-clashes

  2. bwuce wee says:

    screw this commie propaganda- xi is a pencil necked pedo!

    • Agree: Pixo
    • LOL: Eric Novak
    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @Franz
    , @padre
    , @36 ulster
  3. Yee says:

    the incredible gratitude that the Chinese people have towards their doctors and nurses in the fight against Covid-19 and you will never see this kind of emotional outpouring and national pride in the West.

    Americans have the same level of gratitude and pride towards their soldiers…

    • Thanks: Rahan
    • Replies: @whoareyou
    , @Johan
  4. Basically, before Tibet was liberated by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in 1951, Tibet was a medieval kingdom of land-owning lamas, secular leaders, serfs, and slaves.

    There’s some truth to this, but using this logic, the Chinese would have to admit the Western Imperialism had its liberating side. Sure, it was to subjugate and exploit China, but it also helped clear away the old rot and introduce fresh new ideas into China. If not for Western Imperialism, China would still be ruled by Ching dynasty and Chinese men would be wearing pigtails and Chinese women would have bound feet. So, imperialism, whether Chinese kind in Tibet or Western kind on China, did have a ‘liberating’ impact.

    Still, it’s understandable that Chinese felt humiliated by foreign devils, and it’s understandable why Tibetans feel threatened by Chinese encroachment. A culture isn’t only about ‘human rights’ but preservation and autonomy. When Napoleon invaded Russia, the French brought with them more liberating ideas about human rights and liberty. But Russia still fought back because of the motherland-factor. Take the French in Vietnam and the Japanese in Korea. France did bring interesting ideas to Vietnam, and Japan did much to modernize Korea, and there was lots of progress. Still, imperialism is still humiliating to the occupied. Palestinians in Israel have it pretty good in material terms, but Palestine is gone, replaced by Zion. Likewise, for all the material good China did for Tibet, it may fade away as a culture if too many Han Chinese arrive. Tibetans may forget their own cuisine and only know chop suey.

    As to the 1.2 million Tibetans killed by the PLA,

    Yes, that is a lie. It used to be reported in the NY Times as well. Serious scholars put the number in the tens of thousands. Still, all such occupations don’t happen without breaking some eggs, and China did act brutally at times in Tibet. No doubt about that. It comes with the territory, e.g. US in Philippines War and the hamlet project in South Vietnam.

    In perfect hindsight, the student protestors in Tiananmen Square were 100% wrong, demonstrating for Western style “democracy”. In actuality, they were instigating a “color revolution” to overthrow the CPC, before this phrase came into vogue much later.

    Given what has become of the West, in hindsight, yes.
    I wish East Germany had remained separate from totally cucked Germany. But it seemed different in the 80s. South Korea and Taiwan went from dictatorship to democracy. There was a sense of people’s movement, and the West won the Cold War. It was still before globo-homo, BLM, the new censorship, and etc. It was still Europe became shockingly transformed demographically, before Jews totally took over the lone superpower and used it as battleship for Zion.

    So, back then, it was understandable why the world rooted for the Chinese protesters. And it was true enough CCP had a bloody history.
    But in hindsight, the ‘end of history’ was the beginning of Jewish Supremacy.
    Even though the CIA had assets among the protesters in China, I do believe it was a genuine movement among many Chinese who longed for more freedom and dignity. However, it was premature because there has be a large majority middle class before democracy becomes feasible. (But then, what is democracy but rule by big money and globalist agenda these days? Democracy, except in Israel and Hungary, have become antithetical to national unity and survival. It’s about cuck elites working with Soros and the like to undermine the foundations of nationalism.)

    Xinjiang Genocide LIE

    I just don’t buy into the whigger story. I’m sure Chinese have acted with draconian brutality at times, but no worse than Zion over Palestine. Notice the very people who bitch about whiggers never ever say anything about the plight of Palestinians or how the US continues to occupy 1/3 of Syria. Also, Jewish Merrick Garland sees half of America as ‘domestic terrorists’. Jews have virtually banned white identity and interests because they rely on total white cuckery to make the US serve Jewish supremacist interests. Whites are oppressed by Jews, but they groan about whiggers far far away. Whites are such white dummies or whummies.

    But as one British expat living in China, Jason Lightfoot, remarked about the USA in one of his YouTube videos titled “5 Reasons Why I LOVE Living in China!”

    But there’s still tons of grinding poverty in China. If he lives in the good part of China while highlighting worst of America, of course China will look good. But you can do the opposite. You can live in the good part of the US(and there are lots of nice places) and contrast it with the most backward part of China. That will make US look like paradise. One thing for sure, air is cleaner in US than even in good parts of China.

    One advantage China has is the lack of national black problem. Blacks are the #1 problem in the US. Indeed, if the US didn’t have blacks, Jews could do far less damage. It’s indulging and activating black pathologies that have laid waste to so much of the US. ‘Woke’ whites are just irritating, whereas wild blacks are criminal and violent.
    Detroit was once Paris of the US, but now it’s Haiti. Come to think of it, even real Paris is turning into jungleland with massive migration from Africa.

    As for the number of people killed by Mao, directly or indirectly, it has to be in the 30 million mark at the very least, maybe higher. And this is unlikely to be CIA propaganda. Most China scholars in the West were sympathetic to the left. Some were apologists of the Mao regime. It was with the new openness under Deng that they met up with real people and had candid conversations about what really happened. The revelations about the dark side of Maoism came from those who tended to look upon Red China in a favorable light, often taking cues from Edgar Snow, one of the few people invited to China and was led around Potemkin villages.

  5. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    If you really care about XinJiang, you should visit it. It is one of the most popular vacation destinations in China. Tens of millions of people visit it every year.

    • Agree: Rahan
    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  6. Rahan says:

    Lots of interesting moments in this article, but I have to say: the tone of it, perhaps due to possible leftover molecules of defensive meta-irony, is like that of someone balancing on the edge of a breakdown.

    That being said, interesting stuff. Thanks! Less crazy eyes vibe next time 😀

  7. JR Foley says:

    Tiananmen Square–that student facing the tank. However, think. A photo was taken and another should have come within 5-10 seconds featuring a red blotch under the tank’s treads. NO such picture. Reason: Tank was in reverse. Tankman then crossed the street and sat a bench then went home–No photos. Dalai Lama is the biggest con man since Nancy Pelosi. Adrian Zenz is a religious nut case–I find it curious that the Greatest 2 commandments are to Love God and neighbors as oneself but in all these 14,900 brands of USA christianity—it is worship the dollar and be supporters of the Prince of this world—goes by name of satan and we meet him in Job 1/2 and again tempting Christ in the NT- Fall down-worship ME and I will give you the world—–755 bases worldwide fulfilling Lucifer’s commands of death=- lies and plunder. Amen. USA exceptionalism is pride –you can get more from Isaiah 14:13–the Fall.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
    , @lulu
  8. JR Foley says:
    @bwuce wee

    Stop this kindergarden banter and face facts and reality. The USA is falling —-step by step and I feel sorry the public with all its weapons can not face the reality that the enemy is lodged in DC — when was the last time Joe Biden phoned you to see how happy you are and what can be done better? Freedom ( walk down South Chicago mid noon chanting “Coon” ) –Democracy—your right to walk down South Chicago midnights and human —-sorry it will be human rites.

    • Agree: Realist, Tom Welsh, TKK
  9. @anon

    If you really care about XinJiang, you should visit it. It is one of the most popular vacation destinations in China. Tens of millions of people visit it every year.

    Hawaii became a popular vacation spot, but its native population was largely replaced.

  10. @JR Foley

    Simple rule. A people who abandon race-ism will fall. Jews and blacks are empowered in the US because they’re into identity and pride. Whites fall because they reject identity and pride.

    Race-ism empowers, anti-racism disenfranchises.

  11. @Priss Factor

    I just don’t buy into the whigger story. I’m sure Chinese have acted with draconian brutality at times, but no worse than Zion over Palestine.

    You don’t have to buy anything. Why don’t you just “see with your own eyes”? Take a few months off (shouldn’t be difficult if you live in the West right?…..land of plenty). I’m not trying to be facetious, but no better way to learn about the World. I tell you from personal experience, it’s more fun than reading a book/article.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
  12. @Priss Factor

    Hawaii became a popular vacation spot, but its native population was largely replaced.

    CCP doesn’t treat Xinjiang like the US Gov treats Hawaii.

    Anyway, some people only visit Honolulu and their only cultural experience is to spend an afternoon/evening at the Polynesian Cultural Center. From this experience, you would think Natives are everywhere. The truth is entirely different. Again, if you spend time in a place (months) you will discover the truth.

  13. @Priss Factor

    Euro-Americans are weak because they failed to develop their culture and let the Jews develop it for them. mass media obliterates local culture and the United States is the origin of mass media, and in the hands of the Jews too.

    The Jews are not going to put the works of Herman Melville nor Mark Twain on display. instead have some Jew made colourful comic book characters.

    Also the immigrants to the U.S did not tend to appreciate culture they went for money and land. and their religiosity was rather intense and also cut down on culture production. Just read about the Kellog origin of circumcision.

    for most of American history and households the only approved book in the household was the bible and maybe Dale Carnegie’s how to make friends and influence people, quintessential americana.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
  14. @dogbumbreath

    Why don’t you just “see with your own eyes”?

    You mean book a flight all the way to China to see a bunch of whiggers?

    No thanks.

  15. Yee says:
    @Priss Factor

    Hawaii became a popular vacation spot, but its native population was largely replaced

    No one is replacing the Uyghurs.

    Xinjiang is a large province of 166 sq.km, more than twice as big as Texas, or larger than half of India. The Uyghurs mostly live in South Xinjiang. The Han, Kazak, Hui, Mongol etc live in the north. The largest city Urumqi is in the north, built by Han.

    Nobody goes to South Xinjiang, everyone goes north, including the Uyghurs. If any people are at risk of being replaced, it’s the Han, Kazak and Hui living in the north.

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
    , @Anon
  16. d dan says:
    @Priss Factor

    “If not for Western Imperialism, China would still be ruled by Ching dynasty and Chinese men would be wearing pigtails …”

    Blah, blah, blah, as if Chinese didn’t know how to stage revolution. Yeah, Chinks needed Western Imperialism to progress.

    “Take the French in Vietnam and the Japanese in Korea…”

    And, same for Vietnamese and Korean, they needed French and Japanese to modernize. Without their colonial masters, those idiots couldn’t progress. And same for African, Arab, Indian,…. yada yada…
    // sarcasm

    “Tibet, Xinjiang…”

    These are part of China not because Han brought modernity to them (although that part is definitely true too), but because they have been traditionally been part of China. Tibet had been part of Qinq longer than US had been a country, and Han Chinese had ruled Xinjiang even before there was history of Uighurs.

    And here comes the difference between the Chinese rule versus Western imperialism. Because Chinese regards Tibet, Xinjiang and other minorities as part of China, Chinese rulers (Han or otherwise) generally didn’t attempt to suppress them culturally nor exploit them economically. Chinese determination to defend their regions were therefore much more firm. The Western colonizers, on the other hand, mostly considered the indigenous as inferior. The needs for imperialism and expansionism made their colonization exploitative and opportunistic. Any modernization and progresses they brought to the natives were mostly incidental and expedient to Western/Japanese colonizers’ self-interests.

    • Agree: Mary Marianne, Biff
    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @Anon
  17. Alrenous says: • Website

    Summary: hated China under American stooge Mao and doesn’t hate it under anti-Fascist Xi. This is indeed just sensible.

    Fair enough, though doesn’t seem to have ever gotten over the propaganda vulnerability. Either China is the devil or China is a perfect angel? Sure buddy. Whatever makes you happy, I guess.

    • Agree: Kratoklastes
  18. acudoc1949 says: • Website

    Jew-controlled propaganda has completely distorted the history of National Socialism in Germany so I don’t doubt it has deceived us about China.

    However. my feelings about Jew-inspired communism remain unchanged by this author’s articulation. Others from the West have lived in China and experienced the authoritarian nature of communist governance and there is no doubt that ideological programs in Russia and China caused the starvation of millions.

    Lots of good insights in this article however, especially regarding Tibet.

    The author should go back to China and share his insights in another article after living there for a few years.

    • Agree: mark green, Irish Savant
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @NeoconsNailed
  19. anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:

    China so wonderful that the daugher of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Ms Xi Mingze aka Xi Mingzhi aka Xiao Muzi, prefers to live in the United States

    But I suppose she may be on a special long-term Chinese Communist Party mission …

    • Replies: @Mary Marianne
  20. CGZ says:

    As a Chinese Nationalist, it’s good to see a Chinaman stop hating himself and his own nation.

    However, this article is still pretty cringe, and the author seemingly afflicted with a sort of emotional, effeminate character trait, with the frequent use of exclamation marks in his writing.

    So many Chinese parents try to maximize “culture” in their sons, so I guess a lifetime of being “cultured” (ie. cucked and pussified) is not something that is easy or even possible to shake off.

    One thing I want to point out is the discussion of tibet, which the author describes as having a feudal slaving society before CPC annexed it. That is an accurate description. But the author speaks as if we Chinese went in to tibet simply out of the goodness of our hearts to help those poor tibetan serfs. That is a pussified worldview and a narrative that does not help the Chinese cause.

    We went into tibet because we had to, because the tribal leaders of tibet, like so many barbarians around us, never cease trying to kick us while we’re down.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sino-Tibetan_War

    No one talks about the fact that tibetans were the first to invade, both during the Tang dynasty and after the Qing dynasty fell. Granted, wikipedia is not a good source for historical info, and they most likely adopt a nominal anti-Chinese slant even when pretending to be even-handed. But it remains a fact that the CPC led a mostly Han army into tibet to reestablish control because otherwise, they would never leave us alone. Throughout history we have mostly just wanted live in peace until barbarian tribes force us to go in and tame them.

    The CPC probably avoids talking about this so as not to harm “social harmony” in Mainland China’s multiethnic society, but overseas Chinese should just call a spade a spade.

    If you are Chinese and you like to complain about CPC’s so called “authoritarian rule”, understand this, your pussified cuckness and self-loathing is the reason strong central leadership is necessary for the survival of our nation.

    All you need to do is look at the western democracies, a democratic society becomes dysfunctional when ethnomasochism takes root and ethnic diversity reaches critical mass.

  21. The author loves China and the CPC because he’s Chinese. The CPC and it’s society are a creation of the Chinese people and it works for most of them, if it fails, they have only themselves to blame. This is unlike the present western society, it’s not the creation of those of European descent, it’s the creation of an alien race and doesn’t work for white people, it’s a prison and everything about it is alien to Europeans. It would be the same if the Chinese system were foisted on Europeans, the thinking of the Chinese is alien to the freedom loving European. The European needs to be left to his own devices, free of alien influences to set up a society and culture that works for them.

  22. @Priss Factor

    But there’s still tons of grinding poverty in China. If he lives in the good part of China while highlighting worst of America, of course China will look good. But you can do the opposite.

    1) Jason does not live in the good part of China, he actually lives in one of the poorer provinces, Guizhou, in a city called Xingyi.
    2) Even the poorest areas of China do not experience the utter despair and destitution that permeates these “tent camp cities” dotting/blighting almost every single large city within the USA. This type of grinding poverty is virtually unknown in modern China.

    I would say that, while the richest 1% of the USA are probably much richer than the richest 1% China, the poorest 10% within China live much more secure and happier lives with better future prospects than the poorest 10% of the USA. I know which country I’d rather be in if I was either poor, working class or middle-class — and it’s not the USA. I also know which country I’d rather be in if I were part of the richest elite clique of the world and buddies with Soros — definitely the USA.

  23. @CGZ

    But the author speaks as if we Chinese went in to tibet simply out of the goodness of our hearts to help those poor tibetan serfs. […]

    We went into tibet because we had to, because the tribal leaders of tibet, like so many barbarians around us, never cease trying to kick us while we’re down.

    This is not an either-or case. One does not necessarily negate the other.

    In fact, I would say that along with these two arguments, there’s even a third reason why the PLA went in to liberate Tibet and that’s control of the water resources.

    Going in to liberate the Tibetan serfs was the morally just thing to do for the CPC, but it was also a necessary thing to do for self-preservation, and was also underpinned by a selfish motive. All these things are correct to say and do not contradict each other, because countries are complex systems and therefore their reasons for doing certain things are also complex and multifaceted. No country is completely selfless, but what matters are the results of the government’s actions for the majority of its citizens.

    • Agree: JR Foley
    • Replies: @NeoconsNailed
  24. @anonymous

    LoL, that picture is a completely fake.
    You can find that same woman in this ridiculous article, complete with a fake “Peng Liyuan” (looking nothing like the real wife of Xi Jinping) standing next to her:
    https://answersafrica.com/meet-xi-mingze-xi-jinpings-daughter-is-she-married-where-is-she-now.html

    • Replies: @anon
    , @A B Coreopsis
  25. Anonymous[116] • Disclaimer says:
    @Joe Paluka

    The author loves China and the CPC because he’s Chinese. The CPC and it’s society are a creation of the Chinese people and it works for most of them, if it fails, they have only themselves to blame.

    Wut?? You mean besides Sidney Rittenberg and Israel Epstein, (((et al.))) right??

    CHINESE COMMUNISM IS AS JEWISH AS ITS RUSSIAN COUSIN
    by Silviu “Silview” Costinescu

    https://silview.media/2021/05/29/chinese-communism-is-as-jewish-as-its-russian-cousin/

    Jews Created Communist China

    https://www.jewworldorder.org/jews-created-china/


    Photo: Pushy yenta

    https://culturewars.com/news/sidney-rittenberg-china?rq=China

    Sidney Rittenberg: The Jew Behind Communist China
    November 02, 2019/ David Martin

    Sidney Rittenberg died on August 24 of this year, ten days after his 98th birthday. He was probably the most famous American collaborator with the Chinese Communist regime of Mao Zedong…

    • Disagree: anyone with a brain
  26. Dr. Rock says:

    Life can be a very interesting journey…

    Since I’ve come to believe that virtually everything the US government and/or western media professes as “truth” is a lie, it opens my eyes to question every assumption based on their potential falsehoods.

    That said, this is an interesting article, and has given me pause to consider an alternate viewpoint.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  27. @Priss Factor

    There are two types of “racism”, as you call it, though others would call it “nationalism” or “patriotism”.

    In any case, there are two types of it, one type is empowering and the other is toxic. I’ve seen some white men on Unz engage in the toxic type, in the way that they express hatred towards other races, nationalities, cultures, religions, groups etc., i.e. hatred of the out-group as a means to unify and express loyalty to the in-group.

    Especially the “🔯Jooozzzzz🕎” appear to get the bulk of hatred flung at on Unz, but sometimes the hate runs so deep that the men even target their own white women by calling them “she-beast” or something of the equivalent, which is just weird and dumb, because without your women how are you going to procreate your own race? Your women will be the mothers of your children and will be the ones responsible for passing your cultural identity on to them — if you denigrate her, then what sort of “culture” or “identity” do you think your children will learn from that?

    The other type of patriotism / nationalism / “racism”, which is much more empowering, is the expression of love for the in-group without any hatred for other groups. I personally ascribe to this latter form of patriotism. Afford basic respect to all other peoples no matter what race they may originate from; travel to admire cultures that are not your own for their exotic beauty; and learn from out-groups that you do not belong to — but never forget to love your own culture, race, and identity more when you return home with all these new experiences.

    One does not need to hate, disrespect or look down upon others in order to love and have pride in the identity of their own group.

    Hate should instead be reserved for enemies who have proven time and again to mean you ill-will, which in the west is the corrupt, parasitical elite, squandering our tax money away for manufactured bullshxt proxy wars with Russia in “YouCryin’”, with China in “Tie-1” and with Muslims in Farawayistan.

    • Agree: d dan, vox4non
    • Thanks: Badger Down
    • Replies: @RockaBoatus
  28. @Anonymous

    There’s much about Chinese culture and history that is admirable, but Chinese view and treatment of animals is downright barbaric. It is a huge black hole in the collective Chinese psyche.

    But then, both China and West are blind to the evil of the Hogocaust. Pigs are as smart if not smarter than dogs. They should not be used as food. Only feral pigs culled for destroying forests should be eaten.

    • Replies: @Ray Caruso
    , @Badger Down
  29. JR Foley says:
    @d dan

    China’s 56 minorities are treated very well. Most are in Yunnan Province –Tibet and Xijiang and the minorities have equal opportunity and in the cases of Tibet and Xinjiang –their own language—and as for slave labor in Xinjiang –OUCH—all that cotton picking is done by robot.

  30. Anonymous[179] • Disclaimer says:
    @acudoc1949

    The author should go back to China and share his insights in another article after living there for a few years.

    The author lives in a not-so-rich part of China today.

  31. @JR Foley

    The guy wasn’t a student. He was a working man… There is plenty of video of the whole incident. He climbed on tanks – opened the hatches and yelled at the soldiers. They never shot him. Then he got tired and decided to stand in front… They never ran him over… Two people eventually came and grabbed him and ushered him to the side so the tanks could continue on their way. The whole video is available.

    • Agree: Marcali, Arthur MacBride
  32. @Priss Factor

    Tibet… While I understand where you are coming from – I must disagree. Why? Tibet originally became part of China centuries ago because Tibet used to attack Han and Mongol areas. The Han Tang Dynasty decided to intermarry with Tibetans for peace. The Mongol and Jurchen rulers of China decided to militarily take them over. When the Qing collapsed the ROC was too weak. So in 1951 the PLA rode the momentum simply took back control. The difference why the CPC says the PLA “liberated” Tibet was because previous Chinese dynasties let the Dalai Lama system continue with it’s serfdom and abuse. In fact the CPC technically didn’t change the system completely until the Dalai Lama and his clique worked with the CIA to stage a rebellion… It was when that happened the old system was smashed.

    • Replies: @A B Coreopsis
  33. @CGZ

    I just wrote a similar thing in another comment… People forget Tibet was an expansionist empire that simply lost. Same with the Mongols and Jurchen/Manchu people. They all used to try to conquer the Han and in the case of Mongols and Jurchen – they did at times. Tibetans just never could – but that didn’t stop them from trying. That part is always often left out of western analysis (and even some pro westerners in Asia). Han simply outlasted Tibetans – Mongols – Jurchen but they are all welcome to keep their culture in the Greater Chinese nation – as long as they live in peace. Mongols live more in China than they do in their own independent Mongolia (a result of US/Soviet machinations). They could go live in Mongolia – but they don’t. Jurchen/Manchu don’t even want their own nation – they are content being part of China. Tibet just made for a good Hollywood story.

  34. To the author… Don’t feel too bad… There are many others like you… Including ethnic Chinese born in the west.

  35. @Anonymous

    Jews have their claws into every system in the world and have been in China for hundreds of years, but I would say that that China is still China despite Jewish machinations. You walk the streets of any Chinese city and you see nothing but Chinese people. You walk the streets of any European city and you see throngs of people who have no business being there. I know many Chinese and not one of them ever complain about the way China is or the direction it’s taking. It’s government is plotting a course that puts the interests of the Chinese first and not the Jew or anyone else. For every step the western governments take, they ask the question: Will this please or displease the Jews? If it will please them, the action is taken, if the answer is displease, the action will not be proceeded with. In Mao’s time, many of the policies of the CPC might of been taken from the scribblings of Karl Marx and Lenin, but after being implemented, they were shown to be enormous failures, unlike us, the Chinese, being practical people who learn from their mistakes, stopped with the collective farms and opted for something that worked. We in the US, brought out the civil rights movement, followed by endless numbers of programs to make blacks equal to whites in every way. Despite monumental failures, our (((liberal elites))) continue to promote every program that’s been a proven failure over the past 70 years. That’s the difference between a society that’s totally controlled by Jews (USA) to one that has been influenced in some ways by them (China). Today’s China isn’t communist by any means, it’s more of a National Socialist nation modeled along Chinese lines.

  36. @Yee

    166 square km is equivalent to 55.59 square miles, a little bigger than the city of San Francisco but much smaller than Texas.

    • Replies: @Yee
  37. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mary Marianne

    Some people and news media are very skillful at reporting fake news on China.

    Like this one:

    This video is NOT filmed in Henan.

    It was filmed near the Quanji Hotel, at about 35 Haibinwu Road in Rizhou City, Shandong Province, and it is just a standard training exercise.

    • Agree: Mary Marianne
    • Replies: @Badger Down
  38. Yee says:
    @Joe Paluka

    166 square km is equivalent to 55.59 square miles,

    Sorry, should be 1.66 million sq. km.

  39. Jake Dee says:
    @Anonymous

    Thank you for the links. You are one of a very small number of people who run the “China is controlled by the Jews” line who actually try to provide sources, that’s commendable. However your sources show the presence of a tiny number of Jews (less than 10 probably closer to 5) holding minor positions in a political party of millions operating in a country of hundreds of millions. Now all you need to do is show how a vanishingly small number of Jews managed to secretly manipulate hundreds of millions of Chinese to work against their own interests and for them. And you need to do it without invoking supernatural Jew magic.
    How does the rise of China, which is probably the greatest geo-political earthquake since Columbus discovered the New World, benefit the Jews ?
    You should also have a chat with fellow Unz commenter 迪路. Over on the Guo Wengui thread
    https://www.unz.com/pescobar/exclusive-the-fugitive-who-tried-to-spark-a-us-china-war/#comment-5480755
    He informs us that the KMT and the over throw of the Qing was a Jewish plot. So between the two of you we have an international Jewish conspiracy backing both the Commie Reds and the Anti-Commie Blues.
    How very Jewish of them !

    • Thanks: Arthur MacBride
  40. You can’t get away from rap music, not even in the poorest province in Chiner.

    • LOL: Anonydog
    • Replies: @anon
  41. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    Being old in China

  42. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @Priss Factor

    Rap, Rock, Jazz or whatever. Young people are just enjoying themselves.

    • Replies: @Truth Vigilante
  43. Anonydog says:
    @JR Foley

    Okay then perhaps America failing is the reason for the author’s (admitted) newfound love for his ancestral homeland. So when is he going back? What will be his starting Social Credit Score?

    In related news, the bodega employee in NYC who was almost stabbed to death by a couple of vibrants and then arrested and threatened with prosecution and prison by another vibrant has since returned to his relatively safe and peaceful homeland of Dominican Republic.

  44. @Joe Paluka

    However, this article is still pretty cringe, and the author seemingly afflicted with a sort of emotional, effeminate character trait, with the frequent use of exclamation marks in his writing.

    What do you expect from someone who joins cults. This guy has mental issues. I think he is a closet gay. Great, he opened his mind and reclaims his identity but I would stay away from this nutjob.

    For some reason, China always has problems with a portion of its population joining cults. Must be in the genes.

    • Replies: @TelfoedJohn
  45. Why I LOVE China and the CPC

    Because they are the last bastion of humanity against the satanic jewish-anglo empire. Everything else is of second importance. Any other petty trivialities can be discussed afterwards. Until then, I’m 100% on China(and Russia for that matter) whatsoever.

    • Agree: Ghan-buri-Ghan
    • Replies: @迪路
  46. @Priss Factor

    It isn’t that whites reject identity and pride; the nose makes it impossible for whites to have identity and pride.

    However, as more and more whites understand the subversion of organized jewry, it’s likely that whites will demand self determination, since that is their right as human beings.

  47. @Ron Unz

    Never having commented on here, even after 7 years of following and reading many columnists on this site, I feel the need to contradict this Author’s claim about Tibet.

    Through a chain of misfortune (Motorcycle crash in Thailand), I found myself, one of only 5 persons on a flight into Katmandu, Nepal. The airline stewardess could not understand why I would I get off the plane, as there was a full blown ‘Maoist’ insurrection taking place, and yet, all I could think of, was NO lineups!

    Bored after a week in Katmandu, with everything shutdown, one of the other tourists had arranged an overland trip through Tibet, and needed another body, due to Chinese restrictions on minimum Party sizes.

    I will not give the kind of detail that would allow the minions/serfs of the Totalitarian leaders to identify who was involved, but suffice to say, there was massive starvation, all the stores and businesses were owned by Han Chinese, and Buddha help you if you said one wrong word against your beneficent overlords. No Job! No Food, your Family starved to death!.. and you sure as Hell were never going to be in a position to marry, buy a house, and have ‘Tibetan’ children. My tour guide was terrified to talk about this (the other tourists on the trip noticed nothing, but understandable for their age).

    Its called slow motion genocide, all the Tibetan’s are replaced with Han Chinese ‘Tibetans’, fait accompli, and LOOK! a squirrel, and all the rest of the usual BS that works on 18 second attention span westerners (and this easterner/westerner author).

    And by the way, Tibet was NEVER part of China, the Mongols conquered both, which uncomfortably, means the Han Chinese grand civilization, 5000 year old society, yada yada, etc, lost that one… oops
    Cheers

  48. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. Rock

    The US government claims gravity is a thing so you should test it out by jumping out a fifth story window. Lol, this site is becoming stupider and stupider, it used to be fairly intelligent before 2016

  49. 迪路 says:
    @spacewanderer

    To be honest, I have actually heard some rumors, such as the descendants of General Ye Ting marrying Jews at the Taimiao Temple.
    This may be one of the policies China is pursuing.
    I think the only way to deal with the Khazar Jews is to divide them and make them fight each other, so that they don’t continue their anti-human activities.

  50. When I was quite young, perhaps by the time I was twelve or so, I supported China for two reasons. First, everyone in politics, the MSM and at the school I was attending, hated China. As I knew, already, that 90% (it is 99.9% now)of these people were nassty shits, I decided that China must be OK.
    Then I read some Chinese history, ie The Tiger Of Ch’in by Leonard Cottrell about Qin Shi Huang Di, the first Emperor and the spectacular collapse of his dynasty after his death, and the rise of the Han, led by a peasant, who triumphed after a civil war, and ‘Red Star Over China’ by Edgar Snow, about the Communist Revolution.
    Moreover friends of my father’s were die-hard Reds who had been visiting China for years, and they hated the Right even more than me. I always confidently expected China to rise again, and here we are. My country is on the side of Western Anglosphere wickedness, and China is their greatest fear and hatred. How could I not love China?

    • Agree: 迪路
    • Troll: Agent76
  51. I wish you, and all other Chinese wherever they may be, a speedy return to your homeland. Maybe a few who run the better Chinese restaurants could stay. Glory to the People’s Republics from China to Lugansk and Donetsk.

  52. Without poverty and destitution human societies do not work. Thats just the way evolution made us. For central authority to eliminate poverty is a very very dangerous thing to do.

  53. I’m am an Indian and visited Beijing in 2010 and was awestruck. Indelible images still stuck in my head to this day. Let’s be rational…..no nation is perfect. No people are perfect and no leader is But the CCP and China have a few massive points going in their favour. One is a mostly homogeneous population. This automatically dissolves so many issues multicultural democracies face I don’t even know where to begin. Second is the abolishment of religion,at least from political and state affairs. These aspects alone leave the CCP to focus on more important things. China-most major cities of the nation are technological powerhouses. Super speed trains, Never ending highways, glittering factories. Like I said- words cannot convey the feeling these behemoth structures provide. And indeed architecture, civil engineering are feats of the highest order- westerners were aware of this when they created such structures that still stand to this day. Today’s useless youth wants to build roads virtually in a video game or VR, and the creativity and output of western lands has gone done to an unimaginable level even compared to things in the 70s-80s.

    China also keeps businesses out of politics. This is a huge factor. Keep in mind the real damage to the west has been done by outsourcing work and importing legal immigrants. Anywhere be it America, England or Canada this is true. I for one feel China will rule the world with a firm grip for centuries to come. Who will compete when the West is razzed to the ground? Th Arabs are too backward minded and too reliant on oil to do anything. India is a useless loudmouth that will most likely be taken over by China as it tries to bully the dragon(they tried in 1962 and were humiliated). The Nordic nations are too small to matter.Napoleon Bonaparte had predicted this 200 years ago. Once the giant wakes up they will rule for ages. As long as the CCP doesn’t implode from within(like the Nazis) the future will be China and every human on earth will be speaking mandarin.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @anon
  54. Franz says:
    @bwuce wee

    screw this commie propaganda

    C’mon give it a T for Trial Balloon.

    Someday they’ll take a second look at Adolf and his Brightest (Class of 1933) and soon real thought and progress will be available to us working slobs. It’s GOT to be possible with Mao’s rep going up!

  55. “The Uygurs are a Turkic ethnic group native to Xinjiang.”

    This isn’t true. Uyghurs, like all Turks, originated in Siberia and immigrated to Xinjiang several centuries ago. On the other hand, Chinese have lived in Xinjiang for millennia, at least since the time of the Silk Road and certainly longer than the Uyghurs and other Turks. Western media, which is to say, Jew-controlled media, habitually makes false claims that Muslim colonizers are “natives”. As it is with the Uyghurs in Xinjiang, so it is with Rohingya in Burma. By contrast, Whites are never native to anywhere, not even Europe.

    • Agree: Deep Thought
    • Replies: @Odyssey
  56. Tom Welsh says:
    @JR Foley

    My dictionary defines “banter” as “the playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks”. The comment to which you were replying was not in the slightest playful or friendly. On the contrary, it was vicious and hostile.

    Nor do children in kindergarten have the experience to come out with such vile insults.

    But I completely agree with what you said. 😎

  57. Unlike the US and other “Western” countries, China is not plotting the genocidal replacement of its own citizens. That makes China an unquestionably better country than the US and its ilk.

  58. @Priss Factor

    If pigs are so smart, then they should understand that animals raised by man are fated to feed man. If, on the other hand, they don’t understand that, then they’re not so smart.

  59. @Brian Damage

    For some reason, China always has problems with a portion of its population joining cults. Must be in the genes.

    Might be the same reasons as the eternal gambling problems of the Chinese. All those famines lead you to develop superstitious ideas about fate.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @JR Foley
  60. @anonymous42

    And by the way, Tibet was NEVER part of China, the Mongols conquered both, which uncomfortably, means the Han Chinese grand civilization, 5000 year old society, yada yada, etc, lost that one… oops

    Your claim that Tibet was never part of China, whether repeated out of ignorance or malice, is a lie. Tibet was part of China throughout the several centuries of Qing rule. Now let me guess: that doesn’t count because the Qing were of Manchu origin. So I suppose that in your view the future US was never a British colony because the Hanovers were of German origin.

    And who wrote something that you misinterpreted as a claim that China has never lost a war?

    The fact is that China’s numerous barbarian invasions, civil wars, dynastic overthrows, and major natural disasters only demonstrate its resiliency. China is resilient because, unlike the countries of the Anglosphere, it’s a real nation with a common identity, culture, language, and history. That allows it to overcome all sorts of disaster and come back together. On the other hand, once a US-style “diversity” zoo falls apart, there is nothing to pull it back together.

    Cheers, dumbass.

    • Thanks: W
  61. @Mary Marianne

    “Especially the “🔯Jooozzzzz🕎” appear to get the bulk of hatred flung at on Unz” – That “hatred flung” at “the Jooozzzzz” is something Jews have earned as a result of their non-stop efforts to racially and culturally subvert the U.S. Granted, it’s not a pretty topic, and some commenters here have been downright vile in how they’ve expressed their contempt for Jews.

    But so what? A growing number of Whites have finally started to realize the diabolical and disproportionate role that Jews have played in bringing down this once great nation. The days of polite discourse are over. Jews will not listen to reason. Their hearts are hardened, and their minds are closed. Jews work night and day to completely demoralize and bury us, so they shouldn’t be surprised when a few of us who still have some fire in our bellies tell our enemies exactly what they think of them.

    • Agree: Truth Vigilante
    • Replies: @anonymous
  62. Mikael_ says:

    After declaring your own earlier statement “Communists in China have killed over 60 million Chinese people since they have taken over China” to be “Everything in my [old] speech is a LIE!”
    you unfortunately seem to forget to account for a few 10s of million ‘killed Chinese’, one way (who killed them) or another (no such deaths occurred, with verifiable hints why not).

    That gives your whole article a bad smell – even though I can agree with or accept most of what you write.

    • Agree: Agent76
    • Replies: @Marcali
  63. GMC says:

    Great Article – The awakening is refreshing, if only the rest of the people in the West could do it. In a pretty strange way , I’m watching my end of the Vietnam War go down in Ukraine , as most of us never really saw – the end. Maybe there is a Nam Vet sitting in China, starting to see the same strange. overdue – ending.
    Good Luck David Chu !!

  64. @anonymous42

    Its called slow motion genocide,

    That was EXACTLY what have happened in white occupations like North America and Australia:

    https://www.unz.com/lromanoff/chinas-high-speed-trains-america-where-are-you/?showcomments#comment-5383870

    And by the way, Tibet was NEVER part of China,

    Tibet becomes part of China by the Principle of Reciprocity:

    http://www.asianartmall.com/tibethistory.htm . “However, to go back in time, Tibet had created a huge empire in Central Asia. About 500 years prior to Buddha Sakyamuni coming to the world, which was around 1063 BC, a figure called Lord Shenrab Miwo had reformed the primitive ways of the Shen race. In fact, Miwo was the individual responsible for founding the Tibetan Bon religion. From 629 to 49 BC, King Songsten Gampo was on the throne. At this time, Tibet developed into a powerful military presence and Gampo strongly promoted Buddhism. Then from 755 to 97, King Trisong Detsen took over reign, a time when the Tibetan Empire was at its best. The arms invaded several other Central Asian countries in addition to China. Then in 763, the Chinese capital at Ch’ang-an, which is today known as Xian, was seized by the Tibetans. The Emperor fled, allowing the Tibetans to appoint a new Emperor. ”

    Now, give me evidence that the Indians (the feather type) or the “Aborigines had invaded Europe and sacked London, or Paris, that might give the whites justification to occupy the homelands that belong to these peoples.

    • Thanks: showmethereal
    • Replies: @showmethereal
  65. padre says:
    @bwuce wee

    You nickname does suit you, I must say!

  66. whoareyou says:
    @Yee

    Let’s not get too carried away
    China and Russia like all states do both good and bad they
    are still two of the most corrupt nations in the world.

    It’s just that the increasing corruption of western
    governments is blatant and excessive even by Russian
    and Chinese standards, they are making China and Russia
    look good.

    • Replies: @Yee
  67. Anon[133] • Disclaimer says:

    = I so ‘Love’ how ‘my’ Chinese so-called ‘leader’ destroyes millions of lives & entire cities with (((LockDowns))) & (((Face Diapers))) & forced (((\$uicide \$hots))), etc. =))

  68. Ghali says:

    David Chu was a native (Chinese) informant. He did lots of dirty work for the CIA and was considered a traitor by the Chinese government. Recently, the CIA through him under the bus because he was no longer useful. Hence, Chu is trying to pay for his despicable past behaviour .

    • Agree: Agent76
  69. Mehool Bhai here.
    Hahaha, this is Chinky propaganda shill channel. There is enough proof of genocide done on poor Uighurs by Chinese devils. Whole world come to know and one day Chini leaders will be the tried in some court of justice.


    Gravitas: Xi Jinping ordered the Genocide against Uighurs

    The whole World knows about evil geniocidal regime. Karma will be harsh on evil nation. Jai Hind.
    —Mehool Bhai, Mumbai.

    • Troll: showmethereal
    • Replies: @JR Foley
  70. China WILL Fall. How? explained by Abhijit Chavda Sir

    Lt Gen Ravi Shankar (Indian Army) explains why China is in a slow melt, the causes and the danger ahead
    —-Mehool Bhai, Mumbai.

  71. Anonymous[147] • Disclaimer says:

    “In fact, for the majority of my life, some 48 years, I hated China and I hated the CPC!”

    Impossible! As a chinaman, you have always loved them subconsciously but didn’t realize it. It’s like a snake that notwithstanding its desire not to bite cannot help itself. It is best not to go against the grain and pretend to be other than what you essentially are; truth shall make you free.

  72. Anonymous[147] • Disclaimer says:
    @RJ Macready

    We Chinese love the dotniggers like you … keep up the good work!

  73. @Priss Factor

    “Indeed, if the US didn’t have blacks, Jews could do far less damage.”

    If the US didn’t have Jews, blacks would do far less damage.

    • Agree: Anonydog
    • Replies: @Ray Caruso
  74. Marcali says:
    @Mikael_

    Not all communists are as frank as Mao himself:

    “He (Ch’in-Shih-huang, the first emperor of China) only buried alive 460 scholars, while we buried 46,000. In our suppression of the counterrevolutionaries, did we not kill some counterrevolutionary intellectuals? I once debated with the democratic people: You accuse us of acting like Ch’in-shih-huang, but you are wrong; we surpass him 100 times”. (Mao’s First Speech to the Party Congress, May 17, 1958)

  75. I know a Chinese who worked in xingjiang for years. The islamic culture of the people is suppressed there. For instance, restaurants are not allowed to close for Ramadan and they must sell alcohol.

    I’m not saying this in criticism; Islam is a backward, aggressive religion that needs a firm hand in my view, but a firm hand it does get in xingjiang.

    • Replies: @Brian Damage
    , @Olivier1973
  76. Can’t trust those chinks for a second. It’s because they’re walking around squinting all the time. And they can’t drive worth a sh*t either. The worst are chink “doctors.”

    • Replies: @anon
  77. Agent76 says:

    Jun 20, 2022 China Wants to Lead the World With Marxist Human Rights

    China has a great human rights record, just not the kind of human rights most people recognize. That’s why the Chinese Communist Party is trying to change the definition of human rights. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at why the CCP cares about its human rights record, how it plans to change the definition, and what its end goal in changing the definition is.

    Apr 2, 2022 China is Killing the World’s Oceans

    Glow-in-the-dark water. Islands of poop. Mountains of trash. Rivers of algae. These are just some of the ways China is killing the world’s oceans. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at how China is hurting all of us through its rampant pollution.

    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
    , @Johan
  78. If the author loves aligning himself with the most sneaky and duplicitous people on the planet, I guess that’s his prerogative. I’ll stick with more honest and empathetic anglo society, thank you very much.

  79. JR Foley says:
    @Mehool Mehta

    60 Moslem country representatives just did a big tour of Xinjiang and there were no complaints. Uighurs are barred entry into USA?

  80. nadim says:

    The Israel Jewish army,FDD, in the US is supporting a policy against China and pro Taiwa, but Israel keeps one leg with China and the other leg with the zionist Biden policy, to ‘satisfy’ all sides in order to protect the Jewish mafia’s interests everywhere, like Israel’s Ukraine policy.

    [Mark Dubowitz
    @mdubowitz 5h

    Israel should get closer to Taiwan and farther from China.

    Warmer relations between the democratic Jewish state and a democratic Chinese state, both under assault by dangerous dictatorships, is smart policy.]

    But all the Jewish mafia around the world are after Palestinians children to kill. Israelis just have killed 44 Palestinians including Children.

  81. Petermx says:

    “Everything in my speech is a LIE! ” You didn’t mention it but what you said about the “NAZIS” were lies too. I don’t think anything you wrote were your lies, they were lies peddled by others others and repeated by you. Virtually everyone is guilty of that and that will probably always be the case. I think whatever was lied about regarding China has a good chance of being corrected in peoples minds faster than the lies about Germans. The whole world has not been indoctrinated 24 hours a day for 80 years with unrelenting lying about China, as has been done to the Germans. Jews have led this effort and America’s Hollywood was their biggest vehicle used to peddle the lies. The English speaking press (Great Britain and the USA) probably played an equally powerful role. Jews also have a very, very large presence there too.

    “They may call themselves ‘the land of the free’, but how free are you if you can’t walk down the streets at night and feel safe? You need to keep a gun under your pillow to feel safe. You can’t walk down certain streets at night time or in the day time. You can’t afford your rent because cost of living is sky high. You drive down a road that’s crumbling, covered in potholes. It damages your car but you can’t afford to fix it because you’ve just been laid off. How free can you be in a society like this?”

    Two things have happened simultaneously. The high intelligence and hard work that is part of being Chinese have enabled them to turn things around and put them on the road to becoming a great power again, starting in the 1970’s I believe. At the same time, the western countries have adopted extreme left positions since the end of WW II that were openly and deliberately designed to destroy their own peoples and cultures and the extremism has only gotten worse every ten years. Europe and the US have largely destroyed their own Christianity (a central feature of the west) which played a big role in defining western values. Since then, much of the west has “gay marriage” and is now erasing the difference between men and women in peoples minds and giving children drugs to alter their sex. Also, most western countries have let huge numbers of foreigners into their countries in order to destroy their own ethnicity and now call themselves “multicultural”. I don’t think everyone believes it but people are told Blacks, Muslims and Asians can be just as English, French or German as anyone else and if you don’t accept this, you are told you are a racist. By allowing or perhaps being unable to stop hostile Jews (George Soros, Barbara Specter, etc.) and others from forcing these changes on the West has destroyed it and allowed it to be surpassed.

    I have never lived in Russia or China and when I was growing up, those two countries had the worst
    reputations in the west for living in. Now I think the best hope for the West is that China and Russia succeed to show that tradition and culture plays a big role in making successful countries successful and if you destroy traditions, culture and the people themselves, you risk tearing down great countries and that has happened to the West.

    • Agree: Badger Down
  82. @spacewonderer

    honest and empathetic anglo society,

    LOL, you are joking right? Or have you never heard of the term “perfidious Albion”?

    • Replies: @spacewonderer
  83. Jimmy1969 says:

    A fascinating article. A great counterweight to the US military/industrial/intelligence mafia propaganda. The one area though that Chu soft pedals is race. The Chinese benefit from being mostly 1.5 billion homogeneous; it does not hurt that on average they are above us in scientific and math IQ and light years ahead of our minorities and our southern immigrants. That fact alone will assure our losing the rest of the 21th century to them. Moreover, as I have said hundreds of times…the Chinese have around 100 million expats stashed around the western world in high tech/government/academic/research/business jobs. How many of them are reporting to the Chinese intelligence agencies? Do we have even one man over there?

  84. anon[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @goeshittheragman

    Can’t trust those chinks for a second. It’s because they’re walking around squinting all the time. And they can’t drive worth a sh*t either. The worst are chink “doctors.”

    Tch tch. Chinks are very good drivers. I mean, would you prefer a 60 year old Gook in a Ferrari tearing down the Interstate at 150 MPH or in the the fast lane at 25 MPH backing up traffic for miles. In fact he is keeping the other drivers at slow speed and saving lives LOL. Some interesting stories:

    A friend of mine who is a State Trooper told me that once traffic was backed up for miles on the Interstate. Thinking there might be a serious accident he got into the emergency vehicle lane and headed to the front, only to find a Hakka Chink Granny in a BMW, in the fast lane. In trying to pull her over she almost side swiped the police car and drivers in the far right lanes. She was oblivious to the backup, drivers screaming profanities and even throwing their rubbish at her. Turns out she thought she was doing everyone a favour by driving at 1/2 he posted limit, that is, after the Police got an interpreter to understand what the fuck she was saying.

    One co-worker who liked to race Vipers told me his Chinese neighbour bought a Lambo. A month later on a quiet Sunday he heard the car screaming in the driveway but immobile. He came out to assist and advised the squinty eye owner that the clutch was toasted. The dealer fixed everything up but a few months later the car was back in the shop. This time gears 1 and 2 had no teeth. The dealer fixed that up too. Finally my Bro decided to have Chunky Poo to show him how he drove the car. Well the poor fellow would drive it in 1st and 2nd gear and rode the clutch. When my Bro decided to show him how a high performance car should be driven the Chinaman turned from yellow to pure white ! Traded in the car for a Benz, reversed the Benz out of the driveway without looking and got creamed by a garbage truck.

    Confucius say ” Chink who ride carriage with 1 horse, stay away from Lambo with 700 horse !”

    As for the Doctors, one guy told me he tried acupuncture for headaches. The Chinese practitioner stuck needles everywhere except in his balls but the migraines continued. He figured all by himself that his job was too stressful and quit. Overnight his severe headaches disappeared and never returned. And the Gook Doctor ? Got a stroke and after being crippled for several years he died.

    That;s the civilization who are going to be the new Super Power LMAO.

    • LOL: Angharad, Anonydog
    • Replies: @Ben Sampson
  85. Anon[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @spacewonderer

    the author loves aligning himself with the most sneaky and duplicitous people on the planet, I guess that’s his prerogative. I’ll stick with more honest and empathetic anglo society, thank you very much.

    Chu, Goo, Moo Moo, Doggy Poo Poo, The Chinese Zoo, Moo Goo Guy Pan ! These Chink names are even more idiotic than the Negro ones. I hear some Africans studying in China are changing their names. Ever heard of a Black Chinaman named Mgongo Fung Kee Cheong ? China needs more multiculturalism and adversity. LMAO

    Choo loves China but lives in the West and owes everything he is and has TO THE WEST. Choo is looking for folks to help him move back to China. What a colossal load of shit. I swear, Ron Unz knows this shit makes his readers lose their shit . Ron is a sadist LOL !

    This must be like being married to a pretty young wife for 30 years and hoping friends will reconcile you with a used up old whore you used to know when you were 6.

    I dont mind a handjob but I want my balls licked and some head too. Chu is so full of shit a sensible person needs to read this bunk wearing a plastic suit.

    As for David (note the Western Name), the sooner he high tails it to Chinkopia the better for us all. He can do us a special favour by taking with him the other 3,799,999 other Slopes in the USA. I know they will all be happy there.

    I would also love China dearly if all Chinese returned there, and stayed there !!

    • Agree: Angharad
    • Troll: David Burberry
    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  86. Angharad says:

    So – the entire 6500 word article boils down to “Chinaman discovers his homeland is doing well financially, and decides he loves his home country after parasiting off the West for most of his lifetime”.

    All chinks need to GO HOME. GO GO GO.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
    , @Yee
  87. Anon[406] • Disclaimer says:
    @d dan

    Any modernization and progresses they brought to the natives were mostly incidental and expedient to Western/Japanese colonizers’ self-interests.

    It is often said in India that the Brits got the Indians in the civil service to loot other Indians, made the railroads to loot from all areas of India and educated the Indians so that they could continue to loot for their masters.

    After the Brits left, the Indian government officials continued to loot other Indians, but this time, kept the loot for themselves.

    Thus even after 75 years of Independence, India wallows in the same old state of affairs.

    • Replies: @JM
    , @迪路
  88. @Agent76

    Indians pollute far more than the Chinese.

    • Thanks: Agent76
    • Replies: @Agent76
  89. @Ron Unz

    “Iran did it, Iran did it.”

    “No wait… China did it, China did it.”

    “No wait…. Russia did it, Russia did it.”

    Washington’s always looking for an overseas monster to hide the country’s internal problems that the federal reserve created.

    http://biblicisminstitute.wordpress.com/2014/08/24/the-corrupt-federal-reserve-is-not-federal/

  90. @Anon

    I dont mind a handjob but I want my balls licked and…

    Is that you, Joe?!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of_Jennifer_Laude

    Another Joe [Stalin] would have sent you to Siberia to help you correct your disgusting habits!!

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  91. @Angharad

    And hopefully all people of good will everywhere will turn up at ports and airports to wave the Chinese goodbye and wish them well in their homeland. And may the good example of the departing Chinese be followed by all other: Africans, Arabs, Mexicans, etc.

    I’m getting carried away here with visions of people of good will seeing them all off. I suppose I can dream. And let their own countries do the appropriate selections on their arrival home: some to the stadium for their well deserved bullet in the back of the head or the hangman’s noose in Africa, some to prison or re-education camps, and some to freedom to pursue whatever, even prosperity by contributing to the development of their nations. Each to their own.

    • Replies: @d dan
    , @Angharad
  92. Anon[184] • Disclaimer says:

    DEEP THOUGHT !

    I dont mind a handjob but I want my balls licked and…

    Is that you, Joe?!

    No ! Its your Afro – Chinese Daddy Dongo Fung a Fat! LOL

    Say hello to your Mom !

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  93. @Deep Thought

    You mean GI Joe Pemberton. That beast deserved a death sentence and not a presidential pardon His defence was a complete lie. He was sodomising the trans person in the toilet holding its head in the toilet bowl while slamming it around and then flushed the toilet to drown it. There were several used condoms lying around at the scene of the crime but I’m not aware if all the DNA was his or if his gang of GI buddies also participated but he was the one who flushed the toilet and got charged. Maybe Duterte thought it was just an accidental death resulting from some wild sex games when he let him out of jail.

  94. Yee says:
    @whoareyou

    China and Russia like all states do both good and bad they
    are still two of the most corrupt nations in the world.

    The US is the most corrupt country in the world, hands down… Just because you’ve legalized corruption doesn’t make them not corruption.

  95. IronForge says:

    So shameful are the Lies that the Western MSM weave.

    IIRC, I came across another Tian-an-Men “Massacre” Debunking Article. The “Tank Protestor” managed to stop the Tank and talk to the Tank Crew before being whisked out of the Parade by Onlookers.

    SMH

  96. @anonymous42

    Is that you Jeff Striker? AKA Trash?

    You started by bragging about your motorcycle accident in Thailand, plane flight to Katmandu and then took a day trip to Tibet. That was years ago and now you are a Tibet expert? It is like me having a bicycle accident in Windsor, Ontario ending with a day trip to Detroit. Now I am an expert on Black American issues.

    Back then, development concentrated in the eastern coastal area. Please remeber, China was porr all around. Since the mid 2000s, the undeveloped western part started to see development. Tibet, now is doing very well. That’s why you do not hear about Tibet nowadays, instead, Xinjiang. Xinjiang development just started and Uighurs’ lives are getting so much better. The problem is, development in some parts of Xinjiang, especially the southern part are difficult because of separatists. These terrorists after fighting with ISIS came back and started a whole bunch of trouble. Not just in the Xinjiang area but many parts of China especially China.

    • Agree: showmethereal
  97. TKK says:

    It’s estimated that in China alone, 10 million dogs and 4 million cats, are slaughtered for their meat each year. Dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes, many of them family pets still wearing their collars, are snatched from the streets and forced into tiny cages.

    Facts About Cruelty to Animals in Asia

    https://www.animalsasia.org › facts-about-cruelty-to-animals

    • Replies: @Brian Damage
    , @Yee
  98. Pancho says:
    @Priss Factor

    Missing in the above narrative is he fact that the globalist conspirators who control the U.S. government betrayed nationalist leader Chan Kai-shek and helped Mao to grab power. On the other hand, I think that currently there is more communism in the U.S. than in China, or Russia, for that matter.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  99. Yee says:
    @anonymous42

    Its called slow motion genocide, all the Tibetan’s are replaced with Han Chinese ‘Tibetans’,

    You moron, Tibet is 92% Tibetan, and half of Tibet population have spread out of Tibet to nearby Han provinces. What sort of “replacement” is this? Keeping your own place and go to other’s place?

    I hope you’ve tipped your tour guide well, seems she had said what her client wanted to hear.

  100. @The_seventh_shape

    I know a Chinese who worked in xingjiang for years. The islamic culture of the people is suppressed there.

    You confused Islam with Wahhabism. It is Wahhabism that is suppressed. Even Indonesia with the world’s largest Muslim population suppressed Wahhabism. They failed though. Only recently. Seems like the Wahabis from Sumatra are infiltrating the main island of Java. Other parts of Indonesia are still OK. You still can see old school Muslims. No head covering for women. The women dressed like any other modern women. While discouraged, Muslims can still eat pork without repercussions. The ones I met, drink alcohol.

  101. Congratulations David Chu.
    I am neither Chinese nor American but have some experience of both and can say that you have made the right choice.

    Some criticism of your perhaps “over the top” style which has brought out American sour grapes and reference to dotniggers etc.
    These of course reinforce your thesis.
    Amazing that some Americans seem oblivious to this.

    Yet statistics tell their own story when allowed to do so.
    Poverty Eradication, Education etc.
    Socialism With Chinese Characteristics is the modern era rebirth of German National Socialism.
    Congratulations and Best Wishes.

    • Replies: @Anonydog
  102. 3g4me says:

    Han man publicly acknowledges he’s Han and prefers his own people and culture. News at 11.

    • LOL: mark green
    • Troll: Olivier1973
    • Replies: @RJ Macready
  103. @TKK

    I have yet to meet one Chinese who eats dogs let alone cats. It is a regional rural thing. China is so large that you can pretty much cherry pick anything to smear the overall Chinese people.

    Dog eating is more prevalent in the Philippines. To some extent Korea.

    Switzerland and Austria eat dogs too. Both countries banned dog slaughtering recently. Switzerland allows rural people to slaughter dogs for personal use.

    • Replies: @TKK
    , @mulga mumblebrain
  104. Yee says:
    @Angharad

    All chinks need to GO HOME. GO GO GO.

    Why? Plenty of people who love their country live and work abroad, I’m sure even Americans do that. Is it so wrong for an American who lives in China to love America?

    People can live wherever they want and love whichever country or countries they want.

    What happened to the freedom loving Westerner?

    • Replies: @3g4me
    , @Angharad
  105. Anonydog says:
    @Arthur MacBride

    It is quite obvious you don’t have enough experience with either. Good luck to you as well.

    Even dirt poor Bangladesh has done the things you have mentioned despite being Muslim and still avoided going full retard. This is the 21st Century, these things are easy to do.

  106. Yee says:
    @TKK

    America kills millions of dogs and cats every year just because they’re inconvenience.

    • Replies: @TKK
  107. novictim says:

    My opinions of Communist China are heavily influenced by the motorcycle guys of ADV China youtube channel. Having watched these guys ride about China both loving it and then coming to hate it and then fear it, I feel like I rode that journey with them.

    The CCP is a thug organization. It’s immediate allies from the end of Japanese Occupation to the present were the MAFIA. That will tell you what you need to know about the DNA of Communism with Chinese Characteristics. The author himself noted how his uncle and uncles home was turned into a park (Chinese do not willingly part with property!) and the uncle, himself, jailed on false pretexts after the local CCP government sent thugs to roust them without warrant or oversight.

    China is LAWLESS. There are laws and then there is the Party which sits above the law. Ordinary citizens have no real rights. The party can rape the pretty tennis player she had better not complain. So let the author see what China is really like. Renounce his US Citizenship and write to us after spending 5 years under the Communism he thinks is just and fair. Maybe he can travel back to the USA to do a seminar? (Or maybe he will never be seen again).

    • Agree: Anonydog
    • Troll: David Burberry
    • Replies: @Yee
    , @David Burberry
    , @迪路
  108. Mr Chu, I don’t need 6500 words to stay a simple fact: a strong China protects us from White predation. Since the CCP has succeeded in this mission their rule is legitimate.

    But you have already made your choice long ago. You chose to serve our racial enemy. Please face the consequences of your choice with some dignity. You know what I am implying.

  109. Anon[225] • Disclaimer says:

    The Dalai Lama, before his much acclaimed “escape” to India, lived in luxury in his Potala Palace in Lhasa. His worldly possessions included “8,000 kg of gold [worth about \$500 million US dollars in today’s terms], 5 million kg of silver [worth about \$4.4 billion US dollars in today’s terms], 20,000 pieces of jewelry, and more than 10,000 items of expensive silk and fur clothing.” His family “owned 27 manors, 30 areas of pasture, and 6,000 serfs”.

    Thanks for revealing this. Dalai Lama fake guru promoted by the Jewish new age spiritualists and the Catholic anti-Commie fanatics.

    However you are less than honest in omitting the conclusions of Parenti’s work:

    Finally, let it be said that if Tibet’s future is to be positioned somewhere within China’s emerging free-market paradise, then this does not bode well for the Tibetans. China boasts a dazzling 8 percent economic growth rate and is emerging as one of the world’s greatest industrial powers. But with economic growth has come an ever deepening gulf between rich and poor. Most Chinese live close to the poverty level or well under it, while a small group of newly brooded capitalists profit hugely in collusion with shady officials. Regional bureaucrats milk the country dry, extorting graft from the populace and looting local treasuries. Land grabbing in cities and countryside by avaricious developers and corrupt officials at the expense of the populace are almost everyday occurrences. Tens of thousands of grassroot protests and disturbances have erupted across the country, usually to be met with unforgiving police force. Corruption is so prevalent, reaching into so many places, that even the normally complacent national leadership was forced to take notice and began moving against it in late 2006.
    Workers in China who try to organize labor unions in the corporate dominated “business zones” risk losing their jobs or getting beaten and imprisoned. Millions of business zone workers toil twelve-hour days at subsistence wages. With the health care system now being privatized, free or affordable medical treatment is no longer available for millions. Men have tramped into the cities in search of work, leaving an increasingly impoverished countryside populated by women, children, and the elderly. The suicide rate has increased dramatically, especially among women. [38]
    China’s natural environment is sadly polluted. Most of its fabled rivers and many lakes are dead, producing massive fish die-offs from the billions of tons of industrial emissions and untreated human waste dumped into them. Toxic effluents, including pesticides and herbicides, seep into ground water or directly into irrigation canals. Cancer rates in villages situated along waterways have skyrocketed a thousand-fold. Hundreds of millions of urban residents breathe air rated as dangerously unhealthy, contaminated by industrial growth and the recent addition of millions of automobiles. An estimated 400,000 die prematurely every year from air pollution. Government environmental agencies have no enforcement power to stop polluters, and generally the government ignores or denies such problems, concentrating instead on industrial growth. [19]
    China’s own scientific establishment reports that unless greenhouse gases are curbed, the nation will face massive crop failures along with catastrophic food and water shortages in the years ahead. In 2006-2007 severe drought was already afflicting southwest China. [39]
    If China is the great success story of speedy free market development, and is to be the model and inspiration for Tibet’s future, then old feudal Tibet indeed may start looking a lot better than it actually was.

    • Thanks: Escher
    • Replies: @Yee
  110. @littlereddot

    LOL. Have you never heard the term “low IQ street-shitter?” (note proper grammar: question mark goes inside of closed quote mark).

    You Indians and Chinks are true goons.

  111. Yee says:
    @novictim

    There are laws and then there is the Party which sits above the law. Ordinary citizens have no real rights. The party can rape the pretty tennis player she had better not complain.

    You mean like the US president raped the pretty intern? Or journalists tried to investigate Mr. & Mrs. Clinton all ended up in body bags?

  112. Wut? Native Chinese man yearns for the homeland after being gone his whoe life? HOLY SHIT, CALL THE LOCAL NEWS STATION!!!!

    And L O L at the communist “defeating” Covid, ITS AN UPPER RESPIRATORY VIRUS, NO ONES EVER BEATING SHIT, ITS AROUND FOREVER

    • Troll: David Burberry
    • Replies: @David Burberry
  113. Anon[296] • Disclaimer says:

    Americans have the same level of gratitude and pride towards their soldiers…

    Which in part explains the unfettered perpetual wars and the impunity of leaders who send them to commit crimes against humanity in unprovoked wars on countries that did them absolutely no harm.

  114. @Anon

    You are fortunate to have chosen a Pilipino as your victim, Joe! If you had chosen a Black…

    The “gooks” are wiser, they choose the whites:

    “I am dead!” ;-D

  115. Escher says:

    Ah Mr. David see chance to make big maa-nee in China, so now he big fan of Papa Xi.

  116. 3g4me says:
    @Yee

    @105 Yee: Poisoned fruit of a poisoned tree. Han channels Saul Alinsky, claiming Western values are and ought to be a suicide cult.

    • Agree: Angharad
  117. @Priss Factor

    Turns out that most of Hawaii is made up of native Hawaiians but nice try.

  118. @Sounds Like CCP Propaganda but OK

    Notice how you didn’t actually refute any of the statements made by the author?

    Based upon your ignorant reply I doubt you read past the headline.

  119. SafeNow says:

    Here in The OC, the born-here Chinese-American vet tech who takes care of my dog is proficient and conscientious. She might well self-segregate recreationally and residentially, but I don’t care. I care about my dog. I love my dog. I welcome our decent, hard-working migrant community of Chinese descent. Why the heck they vote Democrat I don’t understand.

    • Troll: 3g4me
    • Replies: @Anon
  120. @novictim

    Everything you know about China you learned from a YouTube channel? LOL And you openly admit this?

    Checked the channel and turns out that all of their videos about China are negative going back 5 years.

    Everything they’re saying about China might be true but then again they might also be paid shills for a NGO or government agency. I don’t know and unlike you I’m not going to pretend that I do.

    So not only are you intellectually lazy you’re a liar.

    Be better.

    • Replies: @Brian Damage
  121. 36 ulster says:
    @bwuce wee

    You’re only half correct.

  122. Yee says:
    @Anon

    let it be said that if Tibet’s future is to be positioned somewhere within China’s emerging free-market paradise, then this does not bode well for the Tibetans.

    Of course Tibetans would be doomed in a free-market economy. What can they do in a free-market? They could never afford modern conveniences without subsidies from other regions of the country.

    Workers in China who try to organize labor unions in the corporate dominated “business zones” risk losing their jobs or getting beaten and imprisoned.

    Every sizable company in China has a labor union, foreign companies included, it’s required by law. Huawei even has a labor union that owns 98% of the corporation. Risking jobs for organizing labor union happens in the US, not China.

    Most of its fabled rivers and many lakes are dead

    Both the US and China has 1 river made it on the top 10 most polluted river in the world, so worry about yourself first.

    10 Most Polluted Rivers in the World

    10. Mississippi River, USA
    9. Sarno River, Italy
    8. Marilao River, Philippines
    7. Yellow River, China
    6. Jordan River, Israel
    5. Yamuna River, India
    4. Buriganga River, Bangladesh
    3. Matanza-Riachuelo River, Argentina
    2. Ganges River, India
    1. Citarum River, Indonesia

    old feudal Tibet indeed may start looking a lot better than it actually was.

    There’re still liberated serfs alive. And you know what, elderly Tibetans still keep Mao’s picture in their home for worship. Serfdom looking good? LOL…

    • Replies: @dogbumbreath
  123. @Joe Paluka

    The author loves China and the CPC because he’s Chinese.

    That detail is surely a factor, yet Mr. Chu neglects the topic of race in general and the blessings of (relative) homogeneity found in China. Indeed, race (not White racism) is the central and most intractable problem facing all multi-racial nations which are saddled with large Black (and Jewish) minorities–though for very different reasons.

    Blacks are, in general, unattractive, unintelligent, and uncivilized. Who needs them? They are a plague.

    As for Jews, they insist in ‘joining with the majority’ while privately retaining their ethnic exclusivity (and separate identity.) This is a recipe for subversion. Jewish prophesy also imbues Jews with the belief that they are preordained to ‘rule the nations’. This fact forces Jews to behave dishonestly towards all non-Jewish host societies in which they dwell. Unbeknownst to most gentiles, Jews are always playing on and for a separate team: The J-team (Israel / global Jewry.)

    Thus Jews shamelessly merchandize the innate tensions and conflicts of ‘diversity’ as blessings. How dishonest. On the other hand, they work tirelessly to eradicate non-Jewish ‘diversity’ in Israel. How revealing.

    At least the Chinese will not be fooled into accepting millions of Black and other non-Chinese immigrants into their cohesive and orderly civilization. If only our leaders were as smart and courageous. Unfortunately, Jewish money and Jewish mass media have completely debased and corrupted American civilization from the top down.

    • Agree: Miro23
    • Replies: @Badger Down
  124. TKK says:
    @Brian Damage

    It is prevalent in Cambodia and Indonesia as well, but no less repellent.

    I am a zealot, however. Anyone who harms a dog is my enemy for life. No holds barred. This is not sentimentality. My dogs guard my life every night for free. No bribe could change their steady devotion.

    They guard my sleep as if I am prince. Their love is inhuman, and I never take it for granted.

    However, I do not believe the Swiss slaughter dogs. I have spent time there, and dogs followed me into a restaurants. I saw no stray dogs in Lucern, Andermatt or Zurich.

    • Replies: @Brian Damage
    , @Badger Down
  125. TKK says:
    @Yee

    AGREE and it gives me homicidal ideation.

    BUT, there are good people in America who will help abused, abandoned and neglected animals. I have met some.

    I do not know if you saw the 4000 beagles who were rescued from a torture lab in Virginia. I shot them an email, and when it gets down to the ones no wants, the seniors, the blind, the biters, the pitiful ones who are not cute – I will take one.

    What’s one more? My one eyed Chihuahua needs a nap buddy.

  126. d dan says:
    @Commentator Mike

    … departing Chinese be followed by all other: Africans, Arabs, Mexicans, etc….
    Each to their own.

    Don’t mean to challenge your dream. But I am curious whether your wish includes White people leaving North America (and Australia, New Zealand,…) and returning the land to the original natives?

  127. Good luck to ya Chew. The door swings both ways. I suppose you will enjoy the bullet trains and the 5G but what about the noxious air and the toxic water? Yes, you can purchase turtle lip stew, sea cucumbers, and camel’s hump in the wet markets but you must know there’s no chop suey, fortune cookies, egg rolls or pu pu platter in China. I understand chop sticks are also going out of style, and they’re all using soup spoons. It seems the CPC thought cutting down and splintering all that bamboo was shockingly wasteful.

  128. nsa says:

    David Chu velly velly smalt. Chinee not want hollible gay plide palade not want hollible kiddee poln not want long time heblew tlibe pelvelsion. Not want stupid fluity lainbow flag either. Chinee want sell clap to dumb roundeye molons buy anything stupid like latest dumb smalt phone so can watch more stupid poln while dliving on fleeway. David Chu leturn to middle kingdom be happy longtime happy ending. David Chu velly velly smalt.

  129. AMF says:

    Have a nice trip. You won’t be missed.

  130. Angharad says:
    @Yee

    A person can work abroad, and love their country. They shouldn’t parasite their Host, and defecate all over [it] when they’ve decided they’ve had enough….

  131. Angharad says:
    @d dan

    No. We Whites built those countries so WE STAY. Parasites must GO.

    • Agree: TheMoon
  132. @David Burberry

    I followed ADV for awhile. Even at the start I feel their take on China no matter how positive is from a perspective of “superior” Whites getting celebrity treatment just because they are White foreigners. It was like that in China until the mid 2000s when Chinese got more affluent and travel outside of China frequently. Chinese is the largest group of tourists in the world by a mile since mid 2000 until pre-Covid.

    These ADV guys started to turn sour on China after they no longer can get away with acting all superior and treating their Chinse “subjects” with condescension. They started to do somewhat negative videos and did quite well in terms of views. Now they are definitely paid by some NGOs to do so. It is easy to cherry pick events in China to highlight how ” bad” in China. It is a very large country with 1.3 billion people. I bet if I were to do videos on the US using the same tactic, I can portray the US negatively.

    There are a lot of American, British, Australians and other Western Youtubers that are posting positive stuff about China. Very objective and neutral. Almost most of them speaks good Mandarin. Unlike the ADV fools who non-passable Mandarin even after all those years in China.

  133. anonymous[355] • Disclaimer says:
    @RockaBoatus

    when a few of us who still have some fire in our bellies tell our enemies exactly what they think of them.

    A fat load of good all that pathetic whining has done y’all.

    You albinoniggers can show the “niggers” of the world their place, but you get shown it too all the time by the juden.

    Who are the albinoniggers? They are the willing sodomists of their spiritual overloads, the Judenscum. Their(your) place is either kneeling in front of (((them))), or bending over for (((them))).

    fire in our bellies.… Rofl! What pussies!!

  134. @TKK

    However, I do not believe the Swiss slaughter dogs. I have spent time there, and dogs followed me into a restaurants. I saw no stray dogs in Lucern, Andermatt or Zurich.

    Just google it.

  135. @d dan

    I’m not sure how far back in time I’d want to go but let’s say all immigrants since WWII to go home wouldn’t be unreasonable. I’d be happy enough if it were just to stop right now, this moment, but it won’t.

    • Replies: @d dan
    , @TheMoon
  136. anon[190] • Disclaimer says:

    Nancy was full of hopes
    As she went to visit slopes
    Her flights were all on-time
    And her tiddies just sublime.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @anon
    , @Anon
  137. Legba says:

    Do they shit on the sidewalk over there? Because that’s one of my bugaboos

  138. d dan says:
    @Commentator Mike

    “all immigrants since WWII to go home ”

    That would include White immigrants right? Ha, no Elon Musk, no SpaceX. I see your trick now: Russia can continue selling rocket engine to US.

    “stop right now”

    But how would this solve their current racial problems when there are still millions of Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, Asians, Jews, within those countries? Would stopping the immigration makes racial problems even worse?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  139. Anonymous[237] • Disclaimer says:

    I am a chinaman and I love the CCP, China and the Han people very much but I am afraid that this a prelude to dismemberment of our beloved country by the collective known as the West, Russia, India, Japan and Australia because they’re jealous of our spectacular success and hard work which has led to our economy being number one in the world but I am afraid tens of millions of my fellow Chinese are going to die over Taiwan to unite the motherland.

  140. I would ask the author about his thoughts on Chinese espionage in the West or its policy of forced technology transfer factoring into its’ economic rise? Doesn’t all the stealing and cheating sorta create a stench of “not really earned” around its swollen GDP, I would ask?

    And I’d ask him if he thinks China should be influencing the architecture of our global institutions and/or the way in which nations interact with each other, making sure he doesn’t forget that before it’s rise, for the previous 3,000 years China was mostly an agrarian, backwards society (in this context I would define backwards to him as ‘having a culture rife with ignorance, corruption and dishonesty’).

    I would then ask the author if he thinks a generation and a half (the time it took for China to go from poor to rich) was enough for the country to shed its backwardness and imbue within it national principles of truth, fairness and good faith? Before he answers I’d remind him that the ascension of the U.S. and its enlightened governing principles was more ‘organic’, taking some 200 years and involving the spilling of much blood and caucusing and debate of many wise men before said principles were enshrined into the highest laws of our land, the U.S. Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution.

    I’d ask the author if he really thinks that China, which has grown so fast, ‘sidestepping’ many of the ‘growing pains’ of other great nations, should be a ‘beacon’ of values and leadership in this world (a bit of a cheap shot here but, before he answers I’d point out the special sign in front of the Louvre Museum in Paris and why he thinks its only written in Chinese? What sign you ask – the one right out front in Mandarin and Cantonese that says “Please Do Not Shit Here”.

  141. @Ron Unz

    My father, a journalist, ascertained that there had been NO massacre in the Square within a couple of days, simply by contacting foreign media ‘stringers’ in Beijing, a few of whom had stayed the whole night and seen the Square peacefully cleared in the early hours. The killings, as the authorities suppressed the wannabe putschists around the Square, were real enough, but IN the Square-nada.

    • Thanks: Ron Unz
  142. Anonymous[237] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    You’re a very dirty old man to ogle at the very large breasts of an eighty year woman but in China we would worship her as a very good grandmother and a goddess.

    P. S. I thank Buddha for giving Chinese women very small “tiddies.”

  143. @Brian Damage

    Eating in a Chinese restaurant years ago, my old boss, a green-grocer who knew all the suburban Chinese restaurant owners from the markets, declared, regarding the chicken with cashews-‘This cat is delicious, Bob’. ‘Bob’, replied, smilingly, ‘That’s not cat, mate. Cat tastes likes cat’s piss smells. That’s ‘possum!’. Much hilarity. Mind you, the old blackfella ladies living in the scrub love cat, and they are the scourge of feral felines.

    • Troll: Agent76
  144. @smarter than you

    Don’t you love how a pig ignorant, moronic, arrogant racist supremacist has the gall to call itself ‘smarter’? Ends with a moronic lie. A true Western ubermensch.

    • Agree: d dan
    • Troll: Agent76
    • Replies: @Smarter than you
  145. @The_seventh_shape

    Are the muslims obliged to eat during the daytime during the ramadan?
    Are they obliged to drink alcohol?

    No. So that nothing is suppress.

  146. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

  147. @spacewonderer

    You Indians and Chinks are true goons.

    The “chinks” never go together with the hindians. The murrikunts do nowadays:

    https://ksltv.com/501859/us-to-take-part-in-military-exercise-near-indias-disputed-border-with-china/

  148. Agent76 says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Both do a very effective and prolific mess in the oceans and on land Mike! Thanks for your time and comment.

  149. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yee

    You are stealing Uyghur land and pushing them into reservation areas. You are crazy about catching up with the west in every thing but democracy. You follow the American tradition of exterminating and marginalizing indigenous populations. And you gloat about it. Tourism, vacation bla…bla…

    You falsely brazenly claim the Han who are more than a billion are facing extinction because they are stealing Uyghur land. The Han control CPC, military, security and the economy top to village level, but are facing extermination at the hands of Uyghur!

    Smart high IQ psychopath. It may be smart to lie so fully. But the gods will get you. They don’t sleep.

    • Replies: @Yee
  150. Disappointed in this article because I really wanted to find out why the author put the word LOVE in caps, why he thinks China is so special, but all the article did IMO was give his opinions why certain beliefs and images people have in the West are wrong. Yeah, but why do you say you LOVE China, and wanted to hear how he can LOVE the tyrannical Chinese Communist Party. Tyranny is never a good thing. That’s that wrong with my country America right now. Individual liberty is being repudiated on many levels, we are less free by the day.

    • Replies: @Brian Damage
  151. Odyssey says:
    @Ray Caruso

    It is well known when Uyghurs came to Xinjiang – in 842 AC. Chinese did not live there for millennia than since the 6th c.AC. Before them in this area and in Tarim Basin, for 2500 years lived Serbs Aryans. They were one branch of Aryans who moved north in today’s China, Tibet, Xinjiang, while the southern stream went to India. There are still thousands of Serbian toponyms in this area (I can provide them to serious researchers).

    Serbs coexisted with Chinese for more than a thousand of years, they had wars, long peaceful coexistence, in some periods Serbs protected Chinese villages from Mongols and were paid for this. The growth of local population pushed some Serbs north to Siberia (it got the name from them), some were assimilated (there are clips on Internet presenting blonde, blue-eyed Chinese), while some Serbs headed back to their old homeland. This voyage lasted for several hundreds of years and many settled somewhere on their way back (C.Asia, Anatolia), but some reached Balkan, too.

    • Replies: @Yee
    , @Ray Caruso
  152. @Travis Adams

    Because he is a nutjob who loves cults.

  153. Anon[392] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    Nancy was full of hopes
    As she went to visit slopes
    Her flights were all on-time
    And her tiddies just sublime.

    While there she learnt the ropes
    And punked the Chinese dopes
    When Xi saw Nancy coming
    To Tibet Xi started running

    Taiwan will be all right
    But from China more slopes take flight
    Four million are on our shore
    We expect 4 million more

    The war will have to await
    A new leader for the Chinese state
    Old Xi will make a switch
    ‘Cos now he’s Nancy’s bitch

    The whole of China stinks
    We fix things for those Chinks
    For those who think that’s wacky
    Check Hiroshima and Nagasaki !

    • Replies: @JR Foley
    , @Deep Thought
  154. @d dan

    Now we’re in the realm of speculation and what if?

    I quite appreciate the non-immigration policies of most Third World countries, which in my opinion are superior to the immigration policies of the West and something the West should copy: foreigners can come on tourist visas or work visas and leave when they expire, foreigners cannot get citizenship except in very very rare exceptional cases, foreigners cannot own property except perhaps an apartment in a building, foreigners cannot own or operate a business except in partnership with a local person, and so on. I am quite happy to visit and work in such countries on those terms so I don’t see why they should ask for, or get more, when they visit the West.

    • Replies: @TheMoon
    , @Alrenous
  155. @spacewonderer

    LOL what is this anglo subhuman? What’s wrong with you, maggot?

  156. TheMoon says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Works for me. My mother’s side dates back 100 years. and my father’s side goes back 160.

  157. TheMoon says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Not to mention the engineers who actually design Space X rockets might still be here, and someone else could have started a company with the capital that doesn’t go to Musk, maybe even a better one, or one that develops a space plane or more cost effective path to orbit. And there might simply be more capital available because it’s not being wasted by the government keeping legions of utterly useless 80 IQ people alive.

    Speculation is fun!

    The better alternate history authors plan out their worlds in meticulous detail.

  158. JM says:
    @Anon

    “Loot” is the wrong word. “Buy” represents the only possible way that the essentially trade relationship between Britain and India could be sustained – by buying at prevailing market prices – just like applied after the end of Imperial rule. Therefore the British garrison was tiny and most of the administration and policing was done by Indians.

    “Loot” applies far more to the earlier, pre-capitalist nations, Spain and Portugal. Even there it was predominantly a trading relationship.

  159. China got suckered badly with the bio-weapon.

    It is now blamed on Chinese sloppiness.



    Video Link

  160. 迪路 says:
    @Anon

    Indians can’t get rid of Hinduism. The fact that cheats like Yogi and Modi can still be political and religious heads of state shows that Indians never have the guts to create a new world in India.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Johan
  161. @spacewonderer

    low IQ street-shitter

    My my, instant resort to name calling. Of course, it is always the mark of a high IQ….no?

    LOL, have you ever tried to google “world IQ map”?

    Go on, don’t be afraid. The truth shall set you free.

    Or will you give us more of your Anglo disingenuity or perfidy, oh Son of Albion?

    • Replies: @spacewanderer
  162. @littlereddot

    That maggot you’re now replying to can’t even come up with its own nickname on its own language(!), so it just copied other’s for the sake of trolling. Don’t bother with it.

    • Replies: @littlereddot
  163. 迪路 says:
    @novictim

    It’s probably a 4V lie. People like Peng Shuai are people who hate the state.As for you, poor man, I hope you will not be able to take the loan and have to go to Israel to die for the Jews.

  164. @smarter than you

    before it’s rise, for the previous 3,000 years China was mostly an agrarian, backwards society

    You really need to educate yourself on world history.

    From the year 1 to 1800 China and India were always the worlds largest economies. It is only in the last 250 years that China stumbled.

    The funny thing is, uneducated Westerners think that the last 250 years were always the norm. It was an aberration. And like all aberrations, it will come to a natural end.

    Here I saved you the trouble, see the link below. You will find many more upon googling. Please verify it for yourself.

    While you are at it, google the technology of the Song Dynasty, circa 1000 AD.

    • Agree: JR Foley, showmethereal
    • Replies: @spacewanderer
  165. @littlereddot

    The funny thing is, uneducated Westerners think that the last 250 years were always the norm. It was an aberration. And like all aberrations, it will come to a natural end.

    Related:
    https://www.unz.com/lromanoff/history-of-chinese-inventions-the-present-and-the-future-recent-chinese-state-of-the-art-innovations/

    Just one infographic without any further elaboration is insufficient in my opinion, so I added more comprehensively organized article. Enjoy.

    • Thanks: littlereddot
  166. Richard B says:
    @Priss Factor

    It was still Europe became shockingly transformed demographically, before Jews totally took over the lone superpower and used it as battleship for Zion.

    Jews have virtually banned white identity and interests because they rely on total white cuckery to make the US serve Jewish supremacist interests.

    Bingo! Exactly!

    The above is what people are actually talking about when they refer to the United States, whether they know it or not. If they don’t know it, or worse, refuse to acknowledge it, they’re not worth taking seriously.

    It’s not at all uncommon for members of the tribe themselves to indulge in America-bashing while using the country and its people to serve their interests. In fact, members of the tribe bash America not just because they truly hate it, which they do, but to deflect attention away from what they’re actually doing to the country.

    As for Chu’s article, it reads like yet another I’ve seen the light cornball propaganda piece, where he simply converts from one cult that he naively believed in to the next.

    I found the whole move from US Good/China Bad to China Good/US Bad, to be unbelievable and even a little suspicious. It also read like it was written by a teenager. Which would explain the adolescent capitalization of LOVE in the title. Oh brother.

    Maybe it was ghostwritten.

    Wouldn’t be at all surprised if his real name turned out to be David Schuberg.

  167. Anonymous[370] • Disclaimer says:
    @TelfoedJohn

    gambling problems of the Chinese

    Only certain Chinese, not most.

    Cantonese mainly, with some Fujianese thrown in.

    The vast majority of Chinese are not gamblers. Risk-takers maybe, but addicted to gambling? No.

  168. @spacewanderer

    LOL, it is a slow day. I am amusing myself.

    It is kinda fun to see how stupid people don’t realise how stupid they are. And the more they write, trying to show how smart they are, the more stupidity they reveal.

    I better stop writing now, or someone smarter than I will realise how stupid I am. LOL.

    • Agree: Doctor, My Eyes
    • Replies: @vox4non
  169. @Ron Unz

    “undeniable historical fact”

    I’ve never heard anyone use that phrase. I don’t recall ever reading it either. As far as I can tell it is a straw man.

    But maybe it is just me. As I write this I had to ask the conductor if the car smelled a little funny to her. She said it smelled horrible. So I’m not delusional. At least not today. I think it smells like urine. But that is not an undeniable historical fact. Whoever pissed themself will deny it.

  170. JR Foley says:
    @TelfoedJohn

    America has trouble with Christianity—how many varieties –let us count –must be close to 13,000 and Jim Jones was Not Chinese —nor Joseph Smith —nor the founders of Christian Science and Jehova Witnesses. Matter of fact –when the lads in black suits arrive telling me God is just like a man I tell them that I am Jehova’s Witness. When the Jehova Witnesses arrive —-I tell them that I am Mormon. Now getting back to Christianity —–the Cornerstone Church opposite the Lutheran -Episcopalian- Presbyterian- United- Cathedral City—Herbert and Ted Armstrong —Perry F Rockwood –who or which of them is correct???

  171. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @RJ Macready

    An epochal transition
    India should not lose strategic focus as it finds its feet in the global order

    India should have strategic focus — choice is between a subaltern role for perpetuation of America’s global hegemony and western dominance in the international system, or a more just world order where countries can pursue own paths of development as equals with mutual respect. It is nonsense that without the US conducting itself as the world policeman, ‘anarchy’ will set in. Almost all hotspots in the post-Cold War period are traceable directly or indirectly to US recklessness.

    MK Bhadrakumar, former Ambassador

    https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/comment/an-epochal-transition-419839

    • Agree: Deep Thought
  172. JR Foley says:
    @Anon

    You are an ignorant – vile – subhuman piece of fecal matter with the brains of Monkey Pox itis.

    • Replies: @Anon
  173. denk says:

    I went to Tibet …

    I know someone in Xinjiang…

    Wow, they have the fucking smoking gun !
    ROTFLMAO

    [MORE]

    Another China thread.

    Same old shit…
    TW
    HK
    TAM
    Tibet
    UIghurs
    If all else fails…
    tHE Dogs !

    The Jews,
    Jew’s China,
    Mao’s Jew advisors…
    Jews gonna git u chinaman

    Wash, rinse, recycled.
    Ad nauseam,

    ——————————-

    gawd iM not gonna entertain the white liars in this thread, been doing this shit for far too long, Im knackered.
    This ougtta be the job of CCP but they dont know shit about info war, so the entire field is left to the anglophone/europhone bullhorn and the thankless job of BS busting is left to us few comrades.

    KNow something,
    we’re Wumao eh !
    If Im paid one cent for every post I’d be a billionaire by now !

    The whites keep shoving those black on chinaman foto to our face,

    ‘blacks are ur enemy’ !

    But who mastermind that ‘chinese virus’ BS, why do hate crimes against Chinese concentrated in anglophone/euro territories ?

    They dont even bother to ask before shooting,.
    Jp pianist beaten to pulp in USAss,
    Ph push into train track,…
    In the 80’s when jp were the bogeyman,
    Chinese got beaten to death in broad daylight, USAss.

    whites keep telling us to keep an eye on those jews …then in the same breath show us they are the most nasty sinophobes out there.

    LIke I say,
    anglo/euro are pathetic.
    They are pre-programmed , whom to love, whom to hate, whom to fear…
    https://www.unz.com/pescobar/how-a-missile-in-kabul-connects-to-a-speaker-in-taipei/#comment-5480842

    Great man thinks alike…

    Westerners Think They Are Free-Thinking Individualists And It’s Effing Adorable

    In an authoritarian regime, you do what the powerful want you to do. In a Free Democracy™️, you do what you like, and it’s only by pure coincidence that what you like just so happens to always align perfectly with what the powerful want you to do.

    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2022/08/07/westerners-think-they-are-free-thinking-individualists-and-its-effing-adorable/

    To those nincompoops who called me ‘anti whites chianaman’…
    Im anti BS of whatever hue, be it white, brown or yellow [mike guo anyone ?…].
    It just so happens that all the lies most vile are white lies….do I’ve to repeat those again ?

    TW
    TAM
    TIBET
    UIGHURS
    HK
    WU FLU
    CHINESE HACKERS
    CHINESE DEBT TRAP
    YELLOW PERIL IS HERE AGAIN

    PS
    white girl Caitlin rocks. !

    Its not the color, its your mindset, stupid.

  174. @Priss Factor

    air is cleaner in US than even in good parts of China

    Of course it isn’t. The statement is absurd. The north face of Chomolungma/Sagarmatha/Everest is in China: purest air you’ve never seen.

    And your “what-if” imaginings about imperialism freeing China: You cannot know what would have happened if history had been different.

  175. Yee says:
    @Anon

    You are stealing Uyghur land and pushing them into reservation areas.

    The Uyghurs live in where they have always lived, and expanding to where they don’t previously live in. That’s some “pushing into reservation”…

  176. @anon

    Nice informative video for people in the West. I have mentioned the Chinese retirement age to people before but they just don’t believe me. So, to repeat….in China, Women can retire at 55 yrs old (a few years ago it was 50) and Men can retire at 60 yrs old. Not bad for what the West likes to call a “slave” society.

  177. Yee says:
    @Odyssey

    The history of Xinjiang is very simple.

    The numerous nomadic tribes in the north and west always fought among themselves. Once every few centuries, one tribe would grow strong by conquering other tribes and taking their land, then they moved to invade China, the Great Wall was no stopping them.

    Sometimes their invasion failed (Hun, Turk), and their land became China; sometimes their invasion succeeded(Mongol, Manchu), and their land became China too. Had Japan succeeded in their invasion of China, Japan would have been part of China after we overthrow the Japanese monarch.

    The Tajiks is believed to be the earliest settlers in South Xinjiang. But over the time, they got pushed to the periphery by other tribes. People come and go, the land is always there.

    • Thanks: showmethereal
    • Replies: @Odyssey
  178. @anon

    They have no orcs. They’re safe on the streets there unlike here where Chinese, Koreans and Japanese settled, grew old, and get the shit kicked out of them by roving bands of negro teens. But these cutie-pie British assholes can’t say that particular truth. Without orcs, you can have nice things. Until the orcs are destroyed or pulled back somehow, all this is academic. Peaceful existence is only assured by the absence of orcs.

  179. @Yee

    Every sizable company in China has a labor union, foreign companies included, it’s required by law. Huawei even has a labor union that owns 98% of the corporation. Risking jobs for organizing labor union happens in the US, not China.

    True! One of the many reasons the West does not want the success of Huawei exposed. The workers (regardless of position) are part owners of the company success:

  180. denk says:

    As for …

    chinaman go home

    Chinese should push for an inquisition into the roots of Native Americans !

    https://www.unz.com/jderbyshire/steve-bannon-was-right-millennials-dont-have-a-chance/#comment-5480831

  181. @3g4me

    Give me a Han man over a Bible thumping Jesus humping, fary tale bullshit worshipping redneck anyday. Atleast the Han man will make me money

  182. @anyone with a brain

    I subscribe to the dick cheese origin of circumcision, ascribed to neolithic peoples of Eurasia, who having created agriculture and civilization, didn’t see the need to hold on to the protective effects of dick cheese necessary in cave dwelling and hunting and gathering cultures.

  183. @anon

    OK, but can we reuse it as “China invades Taipei”?

  184. Odyssey says:
    @Yee

    You are right, the land will be always there. But Xinjiang was not China before the 6th c. AC. Chinese conquered this land so as Turks, who later came from Central Asia and conquered Asia Minor. I said who lived there for 2500 years before Chinese arrival. Tajiks did not exist in 2000BC when Aryans came to South Asia. Aryans mixed with locals starting from the north and because the northern people are the whitest (Afghans, Iranians, Tajiks, Kashmiri, even Pakistani, etc) and less and less as you go south.

    At some point in time, Aryans ruled even Sri Lanka but, over time the population pressure from locals (and Indian migration from subcontinent) overwhelmed them. The same thing happened in China. This history is still pretty unknown, even we have Caucasian blonde Tarim Basin mummies 4000 years old, i.e., since the time of Aryans arrival. A thousand of Serbian toponyms in Xinjiang, Tibet, China (and S.Asia) are still on offer.

    • Replies: @Yee
    , @bp
    , @showmethereal
  185. @anon

    What a delicious little drummer girl you have featured in the last 6 mins of that video of yours (comment # 42).

    If I was a few decades younger I’d be on the plane to China tomorrow – they’ve got more than their fair share of smokin’ hot babes.

  186. @Odyssey

    “Serbs” as in the people who live in Belgrade and can’t decide between the Cyrillic or Latin alphabet?

    I love the Serbs for standing up to the anal “West”, but they became a distinctive people in the Balkans in the Middle Ages, not in western China in BC times.

    And, of course, your laughably precise date for the arrival of the Whiggers in Xinjiang is completely baseless and at odds with all evidence.

    • Replies: @Odyssey
  187. wholy1 says:

    BOTH CCP AND United SNAKES Corp, D[e]C[eit] cold- blooded thugs. BARF

  188. @Eric Novak

    I subscribe to the theory that Jews invented circumcision as a way to save money on soap and water. However, cutting off part of your penis doesn’t keep the stump clean, only washing does.

    • Agree: Truth Vigilante
  189. @The_seventh_shape

    And if the US didn’t have Jews or blacks, both would do even less damage.

  190. @Priss Factor

    I agree completely. Murdering animals is the unacceptable face of humankind. The future is vegan. It’s healthier for people, animals, and the Earth. I hope China will lead the way.

    • Replies: @Truth Vigilante
  191. @anon

    You surely never encountered chopped BBQ Duck and Chicken in plum sauce. Terrific technology there and absolutely delicious, no mistaken gears

  192. Odyssey says:
    @Ray Caruso

    I am a great admirer of your arias, too. Re Uyghurs – there is a precise year and description when they appear in Xinjiang. Even wiki says, so. Similarly for Chinese arrival there.

    Re Serbs – it is a bit long story about falsified history. But, in a nutshell, Serbs originated in Lepenski Vir/Vinca, they are indigenous European people whose language is the oldest European language (read your compatriot Alinei). They took this language to South Asia where it became Sanskrit. From Serbian language evolved all Slavic languages. Proto-Slavics (i.e. Serbs) were Aryans who came to India but also on the north to China, Xinjiang, Tibet, etc. I mentioned thousands of Serbian toponyms over there. You probably know that couple dozens of Roman Emperors were Serbs (Constantine, Diocletian, Galerius, Licinius, Justinian, Jovian, etc, etc).

  193. Anonymous[237] • Disclaimer says:
    @迪路

    Modi and Yogi, cheats? Your Chinese brain is very much confused (not very Confucius, now is it?). It can be said that they are hyper Hindu nationalists, therefore, not conducive to the welfare of Muslims in India but to suggest that they’re anything else other than honest would be moronic. They’re no different from Mao and Lai, the founding fathers of commie China. Lastly, Hinduism is what keeps the nation from being absorbed into the sea of Islam and it’s a good thing for the sanity of the rest of the world, including China. So, get off your imaginary, high-flying dragon!

  194. @mulga mumblebrain

    Clearly a little bitch made of kike, degenerative, incestuous stock. Probably fat and stinky while working those late hours up in section 8800. Why not meet me in person for further discussion/pounding your face into the ground like the little bitch you are? I’m at 57th and 6th. Holla if you wanna see what a real 8.5 inch pee pee looks like. You little bitch 🙂

    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  195. Ocko says:

    First of all Mao was a jewpuppet. He didn’t decide anything. The jews financed him and controlled him 100%. Up to this day you have jews in your government.

    Second is that Chinese didn’t build the modern China, it was jews who moved the American Industry to China.

    Third is that jewish Oligarchs control China, not the Chinese.

    Fourth is that you destroyed the old wisdom of China and replaced it with consumerism, a method to dump down people. Turning them into rats to collect more and more nonsense.

    The old wisdom of China (of Asia in general) improved the life of people. Compare them to today’s consumers and you see how much China deteriorated.

    China was beautiful before jewish Communism, now it is a collection of skyscrapers and super highways. There is no beauty anymore, except from the past.

    Your old farmers kept the land fertile your new farmers destroyed it with western fertilizers. Your farmland is useless today, you had to ask Russia to allow them to farm there.

    Attacking other countries like Tibet is not a liberation but a suppression , a crime. You may have turned them into consumers and flood the land with Chinese people, destroying very old traditions there. Justifying it with ‘liberation from ‘slavery. Did you ask them to replace their style of ancient life with consumerism?

    Communism is destructive and deadly. Nobody wants it voluntarily, it’s always forced against the will of the people.

    And nowadays you want to destroy Taiwan and take it over so you get new slaves for your jewish Oligarchs.

    • Replies: @Johan
    , @Alrenous
  196. Sam Smith says:

    Boy some of the comments here reveal the intellectual incapacity of the commentators or is it just hasbara and trolling?

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Alrenous
  197. Anon[480] • Disclaimer says:
    @JR Foley

    You are an ignorant – vile – subhuman piece of fecal matter with the brains of Monkey Pox itis.

    LMAO. Thanks JR Folly. I take that as a compliment. That’s so sweet of you.

    I will dedicate my next poem to you LOL

  198. Anon[480] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sam Smith

    Boy some of the comments here reveal the intellectual incapacity of the commentators or is it just hasbara and trolling?

    The issue Sam, is that Asians, including Indians, feel they are something special and are doing us a favour by immigrating here.

    Most arrive with two suitcases, little money, a past career as toilet cleaner etc, and a shit 3rd World education. The majority do not speak one word of English.

    These “elites” then congregate in one area and send for every relative they have. The place then starts to attain a grubby look with these folks spitting on the street and dumping their trash all over. Their elderly relatives stroll casually on the street confident in their monthly Social Assistance cheques, usually 10 times what they got from employment back home.

    They then proceed to tell us how great their native land is and how shitty ours is (but they wont return there) all the while bringing their ancient petty grievances, vendettas and unacceptable cultural norms with them and demanding we accept these. These folks boast that their civilizations are thousands of years old and are superior to ours. My question is “why are you here ?”

    We neither want or need them. Like the shit bird blogger of this article they should return to the land of their dreams and YET they remain here.

    Hence, what they assert is all bullshit. People vote with their feet and wallets. Every Asian here knows West offers a better alternative than their shithole countries. Here, an Asian, from a horrible slum, unable to buy a bicycle, with one set of clothes and cheap Chinese slippers, can have a modern house, an SUV, and other nice things.

    We have one Filipino goof here on UR (Deep Thot) mouthing off about the West. Well a few months back I met a Filipino couple in the Mall. They are refugees and their kids are still back in Manila with the Grand Parents. The guy is a welder and complained that some months in Manila he barely made \$80 US . He is hoping to get his Green Card and send for his kids and relatives.

    In the meantime he sends home those “filthy” US dollars to support his destitute extended family. “Things bad in Manila” he told me and proceeded to show me his crib back home. This was a structure made of discarded wood and zinc sheets, perched on stilts on some stagnant canal with piles of garbage floating around the supports, with like slum dwellings above, below and extended on either side of his pig pen. No Whites would even house a herd of filthy swine in these hovels, yet, a whole family live there, in heavenly bliss. ” I miss my land” this Asian worm lamented, almost in tears. I just gaped at this fucker !

    Hasbaras or trolls, its a lot of fun to prick their balloons and watch them squirm and wriggle in discomfort. This has nothing to do with intellectual incapacity. These people are a bunch of ungrateful, miserable wretches who bite the hand that feeds them and despise the land that gave them a whole new life and unlimited opportunities.

    Fuck them all ! Like Chu, they should get out and return home. They would be happy there and so would we !!

    • Agree: Anonydog
  199. Yee says:
    @Odyssey

    But Xinjiang was not China before the 6th c. AC. Chinese conquered this land so as Turks, who later came from Central Asia and conquered Asia Minor.

    No, 6th c. AC was Tang dynasty. There was another one before that. Han (206 BC – 220 AC) defeated Hun and conquered Xinjiang.

    • Agree: Deep Thought
    • Replies: @Odyssey
  200. @Anon

    While there she learnt the ropes
    And punked the Chinese dopes
    When Xi saw Nancy coming
    To Tibet Xi started running

    Taiwan will be all right
    But from China more slopes take flight
    Four million are on our shore
    We expect 4 million more

    The war will have to await
    A new leader for the Chinese state
    Old Xi will make a switch
    ‘Cos now he’s Nancy’s bitch

    The whole of China stinks
    We fix things for those Chinks
    For those who think that’s wacky
    Check Hiroshima and Nagasaki !

    While there she puts her own neck on the rope
    And takes more fentanyl dopes
    When Xi sees the Squeaker coming
    He starts the military drills running

    Taiwan will be all right
    For China takes back its sovereign rights
    Four million TI’ers are heading for murrikunt shore
    You can expect 4 million house-niggers more

    The war will be carefully weighted
    Xi remains the leader of the Chinese state
    Old Brandon will turn on his senile switch
    ‘Cos now he’s the even-older-Nancy’s leech

    The whole of China sing
    For the murrikunts do things exactly as the Chinese think
    For those who think that’s wacky
    Check Hiroshima and Nagasaki!

    Tsktsktsk…

  201. bp says:
    @Odyssey

    You could be a bit more generous in supporting your claim/s. For instance, are there any Vilusis, Potporanjs, Panc<evos or S<pandovas, Koepenicks or Berlins in Xinjiang? If yes, where? And what about "typical slavic traits" in people?

    • Replies: @Odyssey
  202. Anon[480] • Disclaimer says:
    @SafeNow

    Here in The OC, the born-here Chinese-American vet tech who takes care of my dog is proficient and conscientious. She might well self-segregate recreationally and residentially, but I don’t care. I care about my dog. I love my dog. I welcome our decent, hard-working migrant community of Chinese descent. Why the heck they vote Democrat I don’t understand.

    Oooooooooooooohhhhh, that’s so sweet !! You are so mushy that I almost started to cry. But..maybe she is fucking your dog. Maybe one day your dog will mysteriously die and you may see your Chinese Asian American Vet Tech Doc eating delicious looking stuffed dumplings with sweet and sour sauce. Maybe a few days later you will see her rocking a fur hat !

    You better watch out. We are all crazy about your mutt, but that hard working migrant community you love may have their squinty eyes on your poodle. Woof woof !! Yelp Yelp And then…YUM YUM !

  203. @Priss Factor

    “A people who abandon race-ism will fall.”

    Especially when none of the other races abandon it. Just watch any tennis match when a White is playing a POC. Whites in the crowd are as likely to support the POC as they are the other players while POCs in the crowd ALWAYS support the non-White.

  204. Johan says:

    A Chinese propagandist longing for the people’s dictatorship utopia, instead of the chaotic people’s dictatorship dystopia which the US has become, that’s what we really need on UNZ.

    China is a forced simulation of a society, a simulation which rests on the success of the West, it’s wealth depends wholly on the scientific method which was the product of the Western culture and spirit. More specifically, the US, Canada and Australia are rejuvinations of Europe. The success of the US so far is wholly based on the cultural products which originate roughly from the United Kingdom, Germany and France. Liberal philosophy also originates from this part of Europe.
    The US is an implementation of European science and liberal philosophy, in the form of a rejuvination. Unfortunately everywhere, the masses have taken control, and set up tyrannical democracies (the US was slowly turned into a democracy), so that cultural decline sets in massively everywhere, and the Jews have been able to subvert the democracies (and a new oligarchy was formed).

    China is a simulation, which has killed its own rich tradition, set up a people’s dictatorship, and through adoption of Western science and disastrous Western theories like communism, is a simulation of culture which solely rests on the good of what Western science brings, implementing it forcefully. The move towards state capitalism is also another imitation of the West. China is thus culturally dead, nothing but an imitative dictatorial ghost which by parasitizing on and imitation of what is ultimately Western European, in a dictatorial way became a great power. The whole glamorous image of China,is an image of what is really a cultural corps, an utopia of a totally uncultured and divorced from tradition luxury proletariat, maintained through sheer force, a top down controlled luxury proletariat zombie society.

  205. Johan says:
    @Ocko

    Destroying cultures and tradition, to replace them with the uniform undifferentiated anti-culture masses of the luxury-proletariat (the uncultured well to do masses, consumers if you will) happens both in the West and China, in the West it happens through hyperdemocracy, in China it is top-down enforced. The Western world also goes down this road, from chaotic, towards ever more top-down enforcement. The author of the article appears so far as a propagandists for the mob-leader’s top-down controlled (thus more efficient) luxury-proletariat system. To have such a propagandist article on UNZ is hilarious.
    To break all the propaganda down, and to treat it from the Western spirit of freedom, and from the point of view of Western culture would require many, many counter articles.

  206. Johan says:

    Interesting is that the propaganda against Tibet and the Dalai Lama, is the same type of propaganda which during the French Revolution was used to smear an ancient regime, elites, and a whole tradition (including religious tradition), in the sense that it is not totally based on lies, but it seeks to agitate the proletarians towards an uprising by painting the situation black and white, so to appeal to the unsophisticated and uncultured. It is a mix of communist style agitator propaganda, and historical democratic style agitator propaganda. I’m sure that the author does not seek to agitate though, like ‘off with the head of the Dalai Lama’, he has merely copied it.
    Hilarious, leftist/red communist/French Revolution style propaganda on UNZ, in the US..

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
    , @denk
    , @ki
  207. Johan says:
    @迪路

    Typical communist/people’s dictatorship smear campaign, the ‘new world’ being the luxury-proletarian utopia, luxury-communism, under the guidance of secular mob masters, milking the controlled cow which is capitalism and free markets.

  208. Johan says:
    @Yee

    The gratitude in so far as it exists in the West is the gratitude of ignorant blind mobs towards corrupt and incompetent authority, as is that in China. The ’emotional outpouring’ is blind tyrannical mob behaviour dependent on fear based mass hysteria. Again, almost unbelievable to find such an article on an otherwise critical UNZ.

  209. Zack says:

    Doesn’t China have laws curbing the public practice of Islam such as fasting Ramadan or wearing niqab in public institutions?

  210. Johan says:
    @Priss Factor

    Maintaining the culture and tradition is the most important thing. Without that, a nation or clan is a like a man accepting to live the life of some other person who dictates how he should live, feel and think. It does not matter how much wealth he has, he’d better be poor and be himself, than to become wealthy and loose himself. China is the man who has lost himself, has attained wealth (through co-opting Western born science), but does not really advance by means of that..
    The US has many troubles, but it has not totally lost itself.

    A culture isn’t only about ‘human rights’ but preservation and autonomy.

    Indeed, not only, just enough freedom is required to maintain and advance culture.

    Certain historial alien interventions, where people were conquered for some time, do no lead to total disruption of culture and tradition, can even aid to it as you write, but China’s intervention is designed to wipe out a culture and tradition. As it wiped out it’s own.

  211. @mark green

    And look what they have done to Ukraine!
    And see how often they repeat that Russia is to blame, “unprovoked”!

  212. @TKK

    Your reasons for not believing the Swiss slaughter dogs are not fit for purpose. Dogs followed you into a restaurant? And you “saw no stray dogs”? Sounds like someone’s been cleaning up.

    The future is vegan. What Americans do to chickens is just weird.

  213. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Commentator Mike

    When you see Blizzard or Snickers having to bow to China and sanctimoniously denounce Taiwan, you realize that foreigners owning property is irrelevant. If the locals are dumb/poor enough to sell it, then there’s no reason not to let them.

    It’s true foreigners generally shouldn’t be allowed to live locally, though. But really, it’s none of my business. Not my neighbourhood, not my neighbours. If they think it works for them, that’s fine. They can be a warning to others. As long as I’m not forced to find out if it works for me.

    Anyone who bans foreigners is supporting the idea the State owns neighbourhoods, not the neighbours. The State, as history flagrantly shows, loves foreigners and wants to invite them over all the time. Never legitimize its right to decide, it won’t end well.
    Even for the rare exception that doesn’t like foreigners, it recently ended poorly for the Han in Shanghai, in fact. A different tyranny, but theft is bad even if it’s done “with colour of law” as it turns out.

  214. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Sam Smith

    Comments are worth at most what you pay for them.

    World IQ has been dropping since about 1850. Idiocracy is a documentary. However, why are you expecting valuable smart folk to spend their valuable time in a free comment section of all things?

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  215. Alrenous says: • Website
    @Ocko

    The old wisdom of China (of Asia in general) improved the life of people.

    It defended China so well from alien ideas, after all.

    Fun fact: China isn’t Communist, or at best it’s becoming less Communist all the time. “With Chinese characteristics” means “yeah actually not at all.” If you want to find Communism, look at your own country, and not only will you find plenty, you will find it’s not being imposed violently. On the contrary, should you suggest to your countrymen that they behave in a less Communist way, then you will see the violence.

    • Agree: Truth Vigilante
    • Replies: @Johan
  216. @Mary Marianne

    Peng Liyuan is quite tall, and this one’s a midget towered over by the young Japanese girl with the chubby calves (all too common a sight if you travel to Japan).

  217. @showmethereal

    Not to speak of barbaric practices such as cannibalism — I remember reading a shocking article in Esquire in the late 80s.

    • Replies: @showmethereal
  218. Johan says:
    @Alrenous

    China is crypto-communism, there is crypto-communism emerging in the West too, understandably, Western elites are mouthwatering to take ”efficient’ control too. The move towards crypto-communism (luxury-communist utopia) is a matter of ‘pure’ communism always bringing about stagnation (a euphemism), so the Chinese leaders again had to borrow more ideas from the West to blow life into their corps, actually, blowing air into it. The author uses the Western term ‘enlightenment’ too (one of the many imitative, co-opting strategies of the Chinese).

    It is still the question whether Mister Unz, allowing a full blown luxury-communism propaganda article on UNZ, is pulling our legs for fun. Or whether it is a serious example of contempt for the readers.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  219. Johan says:
    @Priss Factor

    It was still before globo-homo

    Globo homo was already well in formation when Ortega observed that a new form of man, a hyperdemocratic man was emerging and taking over in the 1930’s.

  220. @Deep Thought

    Yea it is a mastery of propaganda why most people have no clue that Tibet was an expansionist power for centuries. It simply lost. And even up into the 19th century the supposed peaceful Tibetans would kill western missionaries who went to evangelize. They can’t even lie and say it is Chinese propaganda since we have records of western governments asking the emperor in Beijing to reign in the Tibetans and to pay reparations for Tibetan activity. But western media propaganda is very very effective.

    • Replies: @Deep Thought
  221. Odyssey says:
    @bp

    Bp, the ‘claims’ are eye-opening only, and I do not expect any gratefulness for them. If you disagree with something specific or need more explanation, pls say so. My offer for several hundreds of toponyms (China, Xinjiang, Tibet) is still on the table. Why Berlin? Because Serbs founded and named this city? (hope this is not questionable?)

    Very simple. Who were Aryans? When we agree in this the rest is a downhill. Can you find a logic or any) error in the following, only for your eyes-opening – Aryans were proto-Slavic>they brought their language and mythology to India>in their circles later on was created Buddhism>Buddhism was carried over Himalayas and gifted to Chinese. Howz that?
    What are the ‘typical Slavic traits’? What is your background (hope you are not ashamed) and what are your typical traits?

  222. @Eric Novak

    It’s been well noted in other threads that you’re a rabid advocate of genital mutilation of infant boys [and presumably infant girls].

    Of course, anyone with a brain knows that hygiene is not an issue as long as the most basic aspects of washing and cleanliness are adhered to – which the vast bulk of humanity [you and your Talmudic brethren being the exceptions], practise daily.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
  223. @Johan

    The racist Sinophobes are never more contemptible and ludicrous than when they try to dress their race hatred up in pseudo-intellectual Rightist verbiage. China is a 5000 year civilization that does things differently from the West, and with a 200 year history of fighting off Western aggression and racial and cultural contempt, yourself a perfect example of the type.

    • Agree: Badger Down, Sam Smith
    • Replies: @Johan
  224. @Johan

    The theocracy in Tibet practised brutal repression, including hereditary debt and mutilating punishments. It kept the peasants in misery and ignorance. The Dalai was a CIA asset from the 50s, when the CIA was training Tibetan terrorists in Colorado to return and spread discord at home.
    After Tibet was liberated, the Dalai and various hereditary gangster elements (the Khampa) fled to India. Meanwhile China ended illiteracy, emancipated women, brought modern education, health, electricity etc, to the people, and nearly doubled life expectancy. That, my arrogant, racist, friend, is just about as ‘black and white’ as it comes.

    • Agree: Sam Smith
    • Replies: @Johan
    , @Commentator Mike
  225. @Smarter than you

    Surely you mean 8.5mm? Do you really have no self-respect, no sense of shame, to make yourself so pathetically ludicrous in public?

  226. Odyssey says:
    @Yee

    Wiki: “The earliest inhabitants of the region encompassing modern day Xinjiang, were genetically of Ancient North Eurasian and Northeast Asian origin, with later geneflow from during the Bronze Age linked to the expansion of early Indo-Europeans…

    … Between 2009 and 2015, the remains of 92 individuals in the Xiaohe Cemetery were analyzed for Y chromosome and mitochondrial DNA markers. Genetic analyses of the mummies showed that the paternal lineages of the Xiaohe people were of European[41] origin, while the maternal lineages of the early population were diverse, featuring both east Eurasian and west Eurasian lineages.”

    Unlike the majority of Indians who still assert that (white) Aryans originated and departed India (not one left there) to populate the whole world, Chinese write pretty much realistically (I read phd theses) about the ‘northern people’. The above-mentioned European people were the northern stream of Aryans, who lived in Xinjiang for more than 2000 years before Chinese came and after them Uyghurs.

  227. @Badger Down

    Murdering animals is the unacceptable face of humankind

    I agree. ‘Murder’ is such a heinous word and conjures up violent imagery.

    Let’s call it ‘Animal life termination in the pursuit of nutritional enhancement of mankind’ from now on. That’s much more p.c.

    Now where’s that juicy T-bone I ordered, I’m hungry.

  228. @Alrenous

    … when you can go to “The Guardian”, where comments can be expunged, commenters banned for life, and the paid journalists have to obey the propaganda rules or they lose their jobs. Unz Review is immeasurably superior, if you’re smart enough to ignore the tiny, insignificant, poo-bum-scheiße commentards.

  229. denk says:
    @Johan

    the propaganda against Tibet and the Dalai Lama, is the same type of propaganda which during the French Revolution was used to smear an ancient regime, elites, and a whole tradition

    The smear campaign against China is the same type of propaganda used to demonise and attack Ex Yugo, LIbya, Iraq, Syria, Afghan, Nam, panama, Grenada, NIcaragua, …Venezuela.

    FIFY

    Once again, we have a congress and a federal bureaucracy tossing around our money so some jerks can play at being power brokers around the world. The National Endowment for Democracy is a hoax. Now everyone in Latin America knows we were up to our ears n trying to get rid of Chavez. The whole thing backfired. The politicians walk away and we pick up the bill. Some democracy. But what I really want to know is, is there a Ritz in Caracas, so the hacks on the gravy train can meet to overturn a democratically elected government at our expense? And this stuff happens because we let it happen. If we choose to be a nation of sheep, we have only ourselves to blame.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2002/04/richard-cummings/i-met-her-in-venezuela/

    • Replies: @Johan
  230. @showmethereal

    Yea it is a mastery of propaganda why most people have no clue that Tibet was an expansionist power for centuries. It simply lost.

    Just like the white world is now losing to the non-white world. The Muslims will play the part Han China plays in Tibet!

  231. Johan says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Allow me to declare you a fool first class, China’s history of the twentieth century is an abomination, a simulation and corruption, based on a corrupted imposition of Western ideas (communism), a violent abruption of it’s own true soul and it’s age old traditions.
    China’s future and cultural flourishing will come about when it has dealt with the communist and crypto-communist anti-culture which is imposed on it by psychopaths. Just as the West is struggling with the democratic proletarian tyranny, and the tyranny of an oligarchy.

    • Troll: Sam Smith
  232. Johan says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    In your wonderland mind, that is.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  233. Johan says:
    @denk

    Using smear tactics does not mean that there is no valid criticism against the Chinese crypto-communist system. It only shows that both parties are no good.

    • Replies: @denk
    , @denk
  234. denk says:
    @Johan

    Prove it..

    Tibet genocide
    Uighur genocide
    TAM massacre
    Chinese virus
    Yellow peril
    Chinese hackers
    dept trap
    HK repression

    • Agree: Sam Smith
  235. @mulga mumblebrain

    I agree and may the overseas Chinese realise this too and make a beeline for their homeland to avail themselves of the benefits of this progress. I pledge to join all other people of good will to wholeheartedly cheer them on as they set out on their exodus back to this glorious new ultramodern China. Today one David Chu, tomorrow the millions.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  236. @acudoc1949

    Amen. And I don’t recall him saying why he can’t move back to China?

    I hope many of my fellow readers will sample the work of YouTuber ‘serpentza’ — it’s brutally honest accounts of China by (IIRC) a white South African guy who’s lived there and still takes documentary trips there. As sunny and welcome as this David Chu article seems ‘serpentza’ will have you tossing it in no time. The ‘China Uncensored’ YT channel is keenly interesting as well.

  237. vox4non says:
    @littlereddot

    It’s just the Dunning-Kruger effect in play for these people.

  238. Linh Dinh, a former UR contributor and fervent anti-communist has gone back to his homeland of Vietnam after spending most of his adult life in USA, and I salute his decision to return to his home boys. But if I expressed the well intentioned desire to see all other Viets, Asians, African, Latinos see the light and follow in his suit to their respective countries of origin he’d start screaming and yelling that I’m a racist white supremacist hater and ban me from commenting. Honestly, some people.

    Cue Bob Marley and the Wailers “Exodus”.

    • Replies: @anon
  239. Sam Smith says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    Serpentza is a China ex-expat, who like a few others like Laowhy86, realized that once outside of China, they are pretty much non-entities on YouTube . . . unless they go extremely NEGATIVE and become extremely ANTI-China YouTube bloggers.

    These two, Serpentza and Laowhy86, are perfect examples of what I am talking about. Almost everything they say in front of their green screens (to project scenes from China as to fool their viewers) is full of shit and US propaganda.

    Other China ex-expats like Matt of the JaYoe Nation, Gweilo 60, etc. who have left China and are not anti-China, find their YouTube viewership drops dramatically. Nobody really cares about what they are saying outside of China. China is the draw for YouTube audience.

    • Agree: showmethereal
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @NeoconsNailed
  240. @Johan

    China’s future and cultural flourishing will come about when it has dealt with the communist and crypto-communist anti-culture which is imposed on it by psychopaths.

    It should start by purging all the Jewtards running the People’s Bank of China.

    • Replies: @Johan
  241. Anon[710] • Disclaimer says:

    One gets the sense that at least three things have happened to this chap.

    First of all, he’s realised how badly run the USA and the rest of the Western world is.

    Secondly, his Amygdala is flashing red alert as his ethnocentricity kicks in in response to criticism of his homeland.

    Thirdly, he hasnt been home to China in a long while so he has only seen the uncritical new stories put out by the Chinese government about how the country has finally joined the rest of the modern world.

    I lived in China for three years and I wouldnt go back. The reason, actually, is the people. A lot of the discussion around China centres on criticism of the CCP but the communists are just one particular manifestation of China’s highly authoritarian culture. Ive had extensive contact with the Chinese (Han) outside the country and they are no different to those inside the Great Fire Wall. Broadly speaking, they think they are cleverer than everyone else, that the natural order of things historically is that China is the centre of the Universe and they feel a deep contempt for most other nations.

    Theyve all swallowed the narrative that China was terribly victimised in the 19th century and yet are completely uninterested in their own record of oppressing and genociding surrounding nations. It’s one rule for them and another for everyone else.

    You would not want to be a minority there, especially a Tibetan or Uyghur. I taught Uyghur girls who were separated from their families when they were just 12. Would you want that to happen to your kids?

    It is entirely possible to oppose Western foreign policy all the while recognizing that China’s attitude to domination is little different.

    As far “China’s going to rule the world”… nonsense. They can barely run China.

    • Replies: @Johan
    , @Yee
  242. Anon[710] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sam Smith

    The Chinese always say they dont care what outsiders say about China and then go apesh*t at the smallest slight.

    That country is currently in the grip of a profound psychosis.

    • Agree: NeoconsNailed, Anonydog
    • Replies: @Sam Smith
  243. Anon[350] • Disclaimer says:

    If the condition of the Tibetans has been elevated so much they must surely now be in a position to determine their own destiny like any other nation. If the Han are so well intentioned towards them, why stand in their way?

    • Agree: NeoconsNailed
  244. Sam Smith says:
    @Anon

    The country that is currently in the grip of a profound psychosis . . . is your nation, which could be the United States or Israel, depending on where your basement is located.

    Here is a reality check if you are in the great United States:

    If you had really lived in China for three years, you’d know that China is not what you describe. Maybe you Anon[790] are Serpentza or Laowhy86?!?

    • Replies: @Anonydog
    , @Anon
  245. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Linh Dinh, a former UR contributor and fervent anti-communist has gone back to his homeland of Vietnam after spending most of his adult life in USA,

    Didn’t he say he lost all his gigs because he was deemed anti-semitic and racist? He went back to Vietnam because he was banished from the West.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  246. @NeoconsNailed

    PR China should ban these vloggers from going back to China to film negative propaganda. As far as I’m concerned their propaganda could discourage some of the Chinese diaspora from returning home.

  247. @anon

    Could be. And he claims racist whites chased him off the UR – well, not literally – his inability to cope emotionally with their hateful comments drove him from the UR.

  248. Johan says:
    @Maowasayali

    Could as wel be, I haven’t investigated Jew involvement in China. The involvement in other parts of the world is so massive that consequently untangling things takes so much times that one has no time for oneself, so they dominate even then…

  249. Johan says:
    @Anon

    It is entirely possible to oppose Western foreign policy all the while recognizing that China’s attitude to domination is little different.

    Indeed, the best position.
    If we then add Russia to the mix, a doubtful situation, if it is drawn ever more towards China.

  250. @Sam Smith

    Unconvincing. ‘sertpentza’ and friend are constantly seen driving around and talking to locals. Even if (?) that’s all footage from before he left it’s highly relevant.

    Is ‘tofu construction’ a propaganda lie? Who in their right mind wants to live in China with that going on? Below the multimillionaire level at least. Look how Chinese construction keeps falling over even without glue being substituted for cement.

    Trying ‘the JaYoe Nation’ I find he’s leaving China for good, partly because (he says) you can’t get back in once you travel somewhere else. Commenters are castigating him for leaving a wife and child behind — one calls him a shill.

    The crime syndicate in Beijing is despicable for menacing Taiwan. Gee, Hong Kong was sure enthusiastic about rejoining China — if it’s so wonderful why wasn’t HK begging to be taken back by it under or after British rule?

    • Replies: @Sam Smith
    , @denk
  251. @Mary Marianne

    “Hi! We’re communist China, and we want to FREE you from your thralldom. BTW, could we hook permanently onto your water supply while we’re here? Actually we’re just going to do it.”

  252. @Truth Vigilante

    Mumbo jumbo. So it’s camembert or Alouette for you? A nice smegmatic Kaukauna with port wine? Yum.

  253. Sam Smith says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    Is ‘tofu construction’ a propaganda lie? Who in their right mind wants to live in China with that going on? Below the multimillionaire level at least. Look how Chinese construction keeps falling over even without glue being substituted for cement.

    Tufu construction? Is that like Kung-pao virus?

    Get serious. You don’t know anything about China except the shit you watch from these anti-China YouTubers.

    Who wants to live in China? Lots and lots of expats and business people.

    As to expat bloggers like Matt of the JaYoe Nation who left, all I would say is this:

    As Pai Me in Kill Bill famously observed, “Just like all Yankee women, all you are good at is ordering in restaurants . . . and spending a man’s money!” Isn’t that the real truth about all these China expats who have left (in good and bad taste) and those who will be leaving China soon? China is just one Big Restaurant for them to enjoy and make some money off of YouTube while the novelty and enjoyment and their cash last?

  254. I’m very serious, and don’t plan to waste any more time conversing with you.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tofu+dreg

  255. Anonydog says:
    @Sam Smith

    America is shit these days does not mean China is not shit. CHina is also shit, It just stinks differently.

    It seems David Chu, likes the Chinese shit better than America’s shit.

    He should go to China and enjoy Chinese shit.

  256. @Odyssey

    What we call Xinjiang now – parts of – were in the Han Dynasty – which was contemporary of Parthian Empire (Iran) who had diplomatic relations. The Romans knew of this as well… The Tang later expanded what had been Han.

    • Replies: @Odyssey
  257. @A B Coreopsis

    Correct. The history of Tibet and the Dalai Lama is completely white washed in the west now.

  258. @NeoconsNailed

    China Uncensored is a US intelligence asset run by the same Falun Gong tied people who publish Epoch Times. ‘serpentza’ is pathetic and if the Chinese government was as evil as he says – that guy wouldn’t be alive to post his fake videos. The guy simply got mad that he couldn’t treat Chinese the way he could blacks in his native south africa.

    • Agree: Sam Smith
    • Replies: @NeoconsNailed
  259. denk says:
    @Johan

    It only shows that both parties are no good.

    You’r are too humble,
    300 wars since WW2 ..

    USAss 300 China 0

    You win hands down !

    I haven’t investigated Jew involvement in China. The involvement in other parts of the world is so massive

    G7 telling Beijing not to use a visit by U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan as “pretext for aggressive military activity in the Taiwan Strait
    [Thats rich, coming from the world’s
    no 1 shit stirrer]

    British MPs plan visit to Taiwan as tension with China simmers

    A German parliamentary delegation would visit Taiwan in the first week of October,

    Like I say, the ENA hyenas always hunt in pack.
    When have the barbarians ever left China’s gate ?

    Jew your ass

    It is entirely possible to oppose Western foreign policy all the while recognizing that China’s attitude to domination is little different.

    You mean like…
    Creator vs destroyer ?
    https://www.shafaq.com/en/Iraq-News/The-U-S-bombs-China-builds-Chinese-official

  260. denk says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    The crime syndicate in Beijing is despicable for menacing Taiwan. Gee, Hong Kong was sure enthusiastic about rejoining China — if it’s so wonderful why wasn’t HK begging to be taken back by it under or after British rule?

    Hey mofo !
    Lets see how you bastards scream if China supports and arms Texas, Puerto Rico separatists, black panthers militants !

    If anyone wonders why is the USAss, a hyperpower acting like a two bit punk with his first gun ?
    [Col Hackworth, ]

    its the people stupid. !

    • Replies: @NeoconsNailed
  261. Odyssey says:
    @showmethereal

    Thank you. I was focused on much earlier history, much before Romans, since the arrival of Aryans to South Asia until Chinese came to this area. You may know when the actual (Chinese) people settlements started, not only when were the battles for conquering this area. There are few things to be discussed. First, who were Aryans? All evidence confirm that they were proto-Slavic. At that time, they were ancient Serbs (modern Serbs are one of their descendants who preserved the original name, Russian name appeared in the 8th c.AC, other Slavic names appeared much later). These proto-Slavics brought the language (will become local Sanskrit) and mythology (Rg Veda) to India. You may have first-hand information about the arrival of Buddhism to China from India? Tell us about that. You may also know about silk trade. Who did this silk trade considering that Chinese and Romans did not have a direct contact? The trade was conducted not only via Silk Route than via Ceylon and sea route as well. You may or may not know that Romans Emperors, at that time were of Serbian origin (Diocletian, Constantine, Galerius, Maximianus, Licinius, Jovian, Valens, Justinian, etc). There so many interesting things which are still not explored or they were hidden as well.

  262. @Commentator Mike

    You’ll return to your Homeland, but you’ll have to pay your debt to Nature first. I can almost smell the sulphur already.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  263. @Johan

    Look, Johan, what I wrote is incontrovertible. For a person with some erudition and not a little self-regard, denying the undeniable makes you look silly-or worse.

  264. @Johan

    Oh, I know your type. Ever heard of Pierre Ryckmans, or his acolyte Geremie Barme’? The ‘Sinophiles’ who know better than the Chinese what is good for them. Anyone so stupid, ill-informed or malicious as to deny the communism was made to fit Chinese circumstances, and that communistic principles are omnipresent in Chinese philosophies over the millennia and that Chinese culture is enjoying one of its periodic Golden Ages right now, has no grounds to pontificate as is your wont.

    • Replies: @Johan
  265. Yee says:
    @Anon

    are completely uninterested in their own record of oppressing and genociding surrounding nations. It’s one rule for them and another for everyone else.

    You would not want to be a minority there, especially a Tibetan or Uyghur. I taught Uyghur girls who were separated from their families when they were just 12. Would you want that to happen to your kids?

    Here’s a full list of China’s neighbors, 14 on land, 6 maritime. Which surrounding nations China had “oppressed and genocided”?

    Land – North Korea, Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos.
    Maritime – Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei.

    Though I doubt a foreigner would go to a remote minority area to teach Uyghur girls, but boarding schools do exist in China, mostly in sparsely populated area. 12 year old would be the first year of middle school. Perhaps you don’t want your children to go to boarding school, but that’s the only option if you live in underpopulated area, otherwise you travel a long way to school everyday.

    Here’s a British vlogger encountered a train full of boarding school students going back home on monthly leave in another ethnic minority area. The students sure don’t look miserable, they’re lively and happy.

    https://3g.163.com/v/video/VV3DA68TM.html?spss=adap_pc

    • Replies: @Anon
  266. Johan says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Communism based on twentieth-century intellectualism, imported from the West by sociopathic intellectuals, enforced by the head psychopath, leading to gigantic humanitarian disasters, also uprooting millions, has nothing to do with the Chinese tradition. That is a long way from, and a turning on its head of the ideas of the master Confucius. A bubble of glamour gold is it. If not tightly enforced and maintained through propaganda, the whole thing explodes into the air, leaving no trace in history, and no future historian will look upon it other than as a cultural disaster.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @mulga mumblebrain
  267. @mulga mumblebrain

    I keep my carbon footprint, and ecological footprint in general, low, wherever I go. Just a force of habit, or force of circumstances.

  268. @showmethereal

    Serpentza is a racial ‘liberal’. You’ve got some kind of bad emotional problems to rant that way.

    • LOL: showmethereal
    • Replies: @Sam Smith
    , @showmethereal
  269. @denk

    It’s a shame you don’t deserve an answer, because I’m ready to cut you to ribbons.

    • Replies: @denk
  270. IreneAthena says: • Website
    @spacewonderer

    (note proper grammar: question mark goes inside of [sic] closed quote mark)— spacewonderer #111

    That’s not the rule for all English-speakers:
    https://www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/quotation_(speech)_marks_punctuation_in_or_out.htm

    The Queen’s English developed into a different dialect when it was carried across the sea to America 🇺🇸— wave those colors proudly! It’s not the pedantry in your comment that offends so much as the provincialism. One of the goals of nasty globalism is to erase colorful—or colourful, if you will— regional distinctives. Please try to do better: resist!

  271. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says:
    @Johan

    You make you judgement based on your definition and understanding of communism/whatever.
    But we Chinese have our own definition and understanding of communism: in the future world of high efficiency and productivity, every person enjoy richness of both materials and spirit. It’s about equality and prosperity, all the methods/history (good or bad) to achieve such target are just tools (been tested failed or succeed) and more tools to come.
    It’s a believe that finally human being are able to progress and mature to the level of high moral and overcome the shortcomings of selfishness. Richness and equality for everyone will finally end the evilness, backwardness and stupidity. So called 天下大同, since some thousands years ago. Chinese dream big, dream far, target. It could take some other thousand years. That’s totally OK, Great Wall takes more than one thousand year.
    Whatever your definition and understanding of whatever, essentially doesn’t matter to us.
    Similar like whatever my definition and understanding of whatever, doesn’t matter to you.
    You are not into my target, just the same I am not into your target, whatever your target is: serve your GOD, or serve your Joooo; fight your GOD, or fight your Jooo, who knows, who cares. You fight your war, we fight our war.

  272. Johan says:
    @Joe Paluka

    The CPC and it’s society are a creation of the Chinese people and it works for most of them

    False, Chinese communism was based upon the communism which is invented by Western European intellectuals, though implemented in the Chinese way. Its state-capitalism is another simulation and copying in their own disturbed way of Western philosophy. The economic success of China depends WHOLLY on the success and the implementation of the scientific method, which is a product of Western European culture and its liberalism. You can see also that the ideological jargon which the Chinese propaganda utilizes is a simulation of Western ideology, adapted to its crypto-communist needs though. Without the best of European culture, there would be no China as it is today, and neither a US for that matter. And since the Chinese dictatorship did away with that which brought success in the first place, which is classical liberal thought (as the West has been doing gradually), China is a mere parasitical simulation of the West, a cultural parasitical simulation based upon imitating and deforming of what the best of European culture brought to it, disallowing that what brought progress in the first place (classical liberal philosophy).
    Moreover, the CCP is run by sociopaths and psychopaths, whom are taking credit for what is not their credit at all, which as said is the scientific method and classical liberal thought.
    Without these psychopaths, China could have adopted the Western method in its own way, without loosing it’s tradition, without loosing itself.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  273. Johan says:
    @Joe Paluka

    It needs to be added that the Western world is moving in the same direction as China, where in the Western world an oligarchy of psychopaths and sociopaths having a powertrip, not different from the CCP, is usurping the powerful products of European culture, the scientific method, capitalism and liberal thought, in order to install an implicit dictatorship. How people can praise elites who give them cigars out of their own box, and not see through it, must be a matter of a widespread slave-dictator mentality.

    • Replies: @denk
    , @Truth Vigilante
  274. Anon[952] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sam Smith

    You mistake my criticisms of China for support for the West.

    I dont think in such binary terms.

    • Replies: @Sam Smith
  275. Anon[952] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yee

    The invasion and oppression of Tibet

    The oppression of the Uyghurs (the girls I taught were at University. They were forcibly removed from their families when they were 12 and sent to Han boarding schools on the other side of the country)

    The countless invasions of Vietnam

    The Dzungar genocide

    There’s a reason no one in Asia likes China

    • Troll: Sam Smith, picture111
    • Replies: @Yee
  276. Yee says:
    @Anon

    There’s no 12 year olds go to school on other side of the country. Only junior middle school graduates, that’s 15 year old, are allowed to go to school outside of Xinjiang. And students have to apply and take the general examinations to be accepted. Plenty of applicants, only the highest score will be accepted, no one needed to be “forced”.

    There’s a thing call “zhong-kao”(中考) in China, similar to gaokao, an exam for junior middle school graduates to go to senior middle school. This policy (内高) is to give Xinjiang students more privileges than Han students, who aren’t allowed to apply for schools outside of their province.

    Here’s a notice from Xinjiang Education Bureau announcing the date for applications.
    https://3g.163.com/news/article_so/FI1M37MC0516E4BI.html

    The Zungars were genocided by Manchus, who also invaded and conquered China. If all you can bring up are Xinjiang, Tibet and Veitnam, which is either part of China or a part of China in history, that’s not everyone in Asia.

    • Replies: @Anon
  277. denk says:
    @Johan

    China and USAss both just as bad

    But China is nuthin without the superior western
    culture

    Yeah white man knows best.
    The Africans are just so ‘stupid’ that they would rather have vocational training over war games.

    Chinese way..
    https://www.borgenmagazine.com/us-follow-china-invest-africa/

    The economic hitman’s way
    https://i1.wp.com/africancrisis.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/US_Military_Africa_AP_img.jpg?fit=1440%2C907

    The Chinese and the Africans dont talk big, they certainly dont preach and whine like your ilks, they mind their own biz and work hard for a better living, shaping their destiny in their own hands.

    Mr superman, the day you shed your
    white supremacist complex, eat the humble pie, take a leaf from the ‘stupid niggers’ and turn your guns into plowshares., that will be deliverance from your current rot..

    Stop wagging your little finger at the world.
    Learn to mind your own biz,
    Charity starts at home.

    Isaiah 2:4 ESV / 65 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful
    He shall judge between the nations, and shall decide disputes for many peoples; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.

  278. denk says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    It’s a shame you don’t deserve an answer, because I’m ready to cut you to ribbons.

    \

    Well u already gave your answer,
    which amounts to nuthin, zilch.
    cut me to ribbons, ?
    Bring it on, IM trembling now
    heheh

    The crime syndicate in Washington is despicable for menacing Taiwan

    .

    Thats the gringo way doncha know ?

    Gen BUlter warned you two hundred years ago..

    In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.”

    ————————–

    anon

    nobody like China in Asia

    China concluded border demarcation with all neighbors …except India,.

    INdia is at odd with all of its neigbour

    enuff said

    12 years old uighur

    Another anon anecdotal tall tale.
    0 credibility

    Your ilks are even worst than woo.
    he at least provide an handle so that people who knows just skip over.
    You mofo dont even have that basic decency.

  279. @Johan

    You wrote:

    It needs to be added that the Western world is moving in the same direction as China

    In fact the EXACT OPPOSITE is occurring.

    With the ascendancy of Deng Xiaoping, a tsunami of Chinese entrepreneurialism was unleashed as China became the bastion of Capitalism – following a model [more or less] that America adopted in the 130 or so years from its creation up until the establishment of the Federal Reserve which made the U.S the most prosperous nation on the planet.

    ie: 1) A LOW taxing regime
    2) MUCH lower percentage of GDP spent on parasitic Big Government/bureaucracies as compared to the flailing western nations.
    3) An absence of the crushing Regulatory Burden that said Big Government shackles western businesses and citizens with.

    Meanwhile western nations, and especially the U.S.S.A (United Socialist States of America), has gone into retrograde motion and is practising the policies of failure. ie: Socialism, and thus its demise is imminent.

    • Agree: picture111
  280. ki says:
    @Johan

    None cares about the head of the Dalai Lama, westies seeking enlightenment from a caste slavery system are their own choice. The hyperspace of spirits in the US is still mostly a virgin land which keeps attracting oppotunists, there is no way Lama can not get his own herd. He better recreate his religion like Mormon and get some stronghold in a new world of US before he is too old. However if
    Lama’s teaching is not strong enough to win the heart of the sheep from abrahamism, I wont be optimistic about its long-term survival.
    The off with the head of a serf and made it into Kapala do have a significant presence both spiritally and ritually in Tibetan Buddhism, so I am sure Mr.Johan is a great step ahead toward the enlightenment from Lama than other people.

    • Agree: Sam Smith
  281. @Johan

    Your Western supremacism and chauvinism are pathological. Have a read of Needham’s ‘Science and Civilization in China’, and see how Chinese science and technology led the world for most of the last 2000 years. Certainly they have taken what is useful from the West, which, after all, is the heritage of humanity, not just Western ‘Blond Beasts’ like your good self.
    China is not a ‘dictatorship’, an irrelevant Western concept. It is a People’s Democracy, with Government FOR the people (not just the ruling elites)and OF and BY the people because anyone can join the Governing Party and rise according to their merits. Moreover thought is free in China, save treason, rather like the West. Chinese universities study Chinese, Western, Indian and all other philosophies and adapt them to Chinese requirements and circumstances. But they’re not Whitey, are they Beastie Boy-just a poor imitation of the Aryan original. Your cultural arrogance and civilizational contempt for the non-Western untermenschen is sickeningly familiar.

    • Agree: Sam Smith
    • Thanks: picture111
  282. @Johan

    The CPC has led China to the greatest economic, welfare and scientific/technological leap in history. A few big mistakes were made, but the balance of good and ill is vastly to China’s benefit. As a pretty crude racist chauvinist and supremacist, that a non-Western State has achieved so much, despite 200 years of malign Western interference, has you apoplectic with rage. Enjoy your CVA-I can just see your temporal veins stretching and straining right now. Thar she blows!!!

    • Agree: Sam Smith, picture111
  283. Anon[952] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yee

    My students were very clear that they were separated from their families aged 12 and made to attend Han boarding schools in the province bordering North Korea. I’ll take their word over your’s.

    China’s treatment of Tibet is appalling and the destruction of so many beautiful temples was particularly egregious. It certainly casts the government’s perpetual dragging up of the burning of the Old Summer Palace in a hypocritical light. You’re not the big victims you make yourselves out to be. You’re a nation of natural bullies who are sore that the “barbarians” arrived having transformed the world with their industrialisation and technology.

    Even today everything in China is a cheap copy of something invented elsewhere.

    What can China do? Invade a much smaller nation countless times over? Genocide entire peoples? Proclaim yourselves to be the central nation on earth all the while claiming to be the biggest victim? What sort of men do that?

    The rest of Asia doesnt like you because youre natural bullies with a hugely misplaced superiority complex. A superiority complex which I guarantee is going to come undone this decade.

    • Troll: picture111
    • Replies: @Yee
    , @Sam Smith
    , @showmethereal
  284. lulu says:
    @JR Foley

    Here is the full video of the iconic Tank Man and what actually happened:

    It’s amazing how the majority of Westerners who are absolutely critical about their MSM lying and mis/disinforming nature fell for the same MSM’s lies and mis/disinformation about China hook, line and the sinker.

    IF these Westerners had higher IQ as they’ve claimed, how they handle their schizophrenic mental gymnastics is beyond me……

    • Thanks: Sam Smith
    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  285. Yee says:
    @Anon

    I’ll take their word over your’s.

    It’s not believable because there’re more than enough Xinjiang parents who want their children to go to school in the East. There’re only a few thousands of such quotas every year.

    Going to school in the East basically means they have secured an enrollment in university because education level are way better. Xinjiang students also want to go to university. There’re 210K students in Xinjiang taking the exams for university enrollment every year. The few thousand are already designated winners.

    Furthermore, primary and junior middle schools are compulsory education in all of China, schools don’t take students outside of their school districts.

    When there’re more than enough applications, it’s illogical to force anyone. What’s so special about your Uyghur girl, that the authority broke all the rules for her?

    the destruction of so many beautiful temples

    “beautiful temples in Tibet”. If they are true believers of Buddha, they would know everything in this earthly world is just an illusion, nothing exists. In any case, there’re still more than enough temples in Tibet. And escapism does no good to a people, it had made them serfs to the monks.

    The rest of Asia doesnt like you because youre natural bullies

    Besides “the small nation” which was part of China in history, how did China bully the rest of Asia?

    • Replies: @Brian07
  286. lulu says:
    @Priss Factor

    Vlog (August 9th,2022) about a market in Xijiang by an American traveller:

    Friendliest place on earth? Explore a remote corner of Xinjiang, China:

    If anyone is truly interested in knowing the everyday life of average Xijiang people (incl. Uyghur) should check out the video from this Vlogger: Katherine’s Journey to the East

  287. Sam Smith says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    Serpentza is an unbashful opportunist who needed to get a green card from the United States, so the best way he could do it and earn YouTube money at the same time is to bash China and the Chinese in front of a green screen.

    Same for Gordon Chang, Peter Zeihan, Laowhy86, etc. Money that is.

    • Replies: @NeoconsNailed
  288. Sam Smith says:
    @Anon

    Your so-called “criticism” of China is taken from watching too many Hollywood movies about Tibet like Seven Years in Tibet, Kundun, etc.

    I don’t think you think much at all.

    • Replies: @anon
  289. Sam Smith says:
    @Anon

    China’s treatment of Tibet is appalling and the destruction of so many beautiful temples was particularly egregious.

    Where is the beef?!?

    Even today everything in China is a cheap copy of something invented elsewhere.

    I am sure I can think of a few things but it would be a waste of time to educate you.

    What can China do? Invade a much smaller nation countless times over? Genocide entire peoples?

    Um, I think you are talking about your own United States. 214 years of war so far.

    • Replies: @Brian07
  290. @Sam Smith

    I’m enjoying how you repeat yourself and invent words, etc!

    • Replies: @Sam Smith
  291. @lulu

    A great many Westerners are racial supremacists, and are SHIT-SCARED by China’s rise. Here in Austfailia I would put die-hard race-haters at 20% or so of the population, and those with lesser tendencies making up another 20 to 50%, depending on the race to be hated. And after at least ten years of RELENTLESS Sinophobe hate-mongering by the MSM cancer, in regard to China that proportion is only growing, presaging a colossal, probably terminal, national catastrophe.

  292. anon[106] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sam Smith

    Seven Years in Tibet

    Did the movie portray how the Brits massacred the Tibetans? Thanks to the Brits, Sikkim and the southern part of Tibet are now under India’s control.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Sikkim

    “In the nineteenth century, the British had conquered Burma and Sikkim, with the whole southern flank of Tibet coming under the control of the British Indian Empire.”

    A: Both countries have tried to poke into China’s internal affairs with regard to Tibet at different historical stages.

    Britain: In the 1770s and 1780s, the East India Company twice sent representatives to Xigaze of Tibet, attempting to entice the Bainqen Lama to establish relations with them and undermine China’s unification, but was refused. After the Sino-British Opium War, Britain took advantage of the Qing government’s incompetence to attack Tibet’s Longtu Fort. In 1890 and 1893, it forced the Qing government to sign the Anglo-Chinese Convention Relating to Sikkim and Tibet, and the Regulations Regarding Trade, Communication and Pasturage to Be Appended to the Sikkim-Tibet Convention, respectively, thus enabling Britain to occupy large areas of Tibet and open a trade mart in Yadong.

    In 1904, Britain launched a full-scale military invasion of Tibet, forcing the Qing government to sign the so-called “Treaty of Lhasa.” According to the treaty, another two trade posts were opened at Gyangze and Garyarsa, and China paid huge amount of military reparations to Britain.

    In 1907, Britain and Russia signed a treaty in which Britain acknowledged Russia’s interests in Mongolia in return for recognition of its “special rights” in Tibet. These two imperialist powers thus arbitrarily declared that China’s former sovereignty over Tibet was now a mere “suzerainty”

    In 1913-14, Britain forced China’s newly established republican government to take part in the Simla Conference. With the goal of gaining complete control over the region and then gradually annexing the Tibetan-inhabited areas in Sichuan and other provinces, Britain deliberately put forward a plan to divide the whole region into “inner Tibet” and “outer Tibet,” made a secret agreement with the pro-British Tibetan representatives and drew an arbitrary border along what has been called the “McMahon Line,” thus occupying large tracts of Chinese territory. This scheme was rejected by the Chinese government from the very start.

    https://www.fmprc.gov.cn/ce/cegv/eng/premade/60544/History12.htm

    • Thanks: Sam Smith
  293. Brian07 says:
    @Yee

    LOL that’s a lot of excuse making. Youre culturally genociding the Uyghurs and you know it. The girls I taught had no reason to lie and the longer I worked there, the more open my Han colleagues were about their discrimination towards minority students. This is why China is loathed in Asia – because it’s dominated by the natural bullies that are the Han.

    Such natural bullies that you have the nerve to dismiss the organised destruction of beautiful Tibetan temples as unimportant all the while crying like girls about the sacking of the Old Summer Palace. There’s a reason the Chinese government is concerned about the masculinity of Chinese men and it’s embodied in that hypocritical solipism you displayed in that paragraph.

    The rest of Asia detests you because of your completely misplaced superiority complex, your bullying, your world famous cruelty, your way of doing business, your obsession with money and your fundamental untrustworthyness. So untrustworthy you dont even trust each other. So cruel you wring your hands about what cold hearted people you are and do precisely nothing about it.

    The most amusing thing is how often your bullying comes unstuck. The last time your vastly bigger army invaded Vietnam it had to withdraw with its tail between its legs.

    I will watch the ham fisted attempts to retake Taipopcorn. a bag of popco

  294. Brian07 says:
    @Sam Smith

    Im not American.

    My views about China are based on living there and dealing with the Chinese in my country.

  295. @NeoconsNailed

    Yes I do have emotional problems when cowards like serpentza (yes he’s really a slithering snake from South Africa) pretend and go hide and throw darts. I am very emotionally disturbed by people like him and those who can’t see through his garbage. Many other western vloggers in China have exposed his garbage – so I don’t need to use much energy.

    • Replies: @NeoconsNailed
  296. @Anon

    “China’s treatment of Tibet is appalling and the destruction of so many beautiful temples was particularly egregious”

    Stop the folly. Tibet is full of religious buildings… In fact Tibetan areas in Sichuan and Gansu etc. have plenty also (oh bet you didn’t know most Tibetans live in other Chinese provinces and not in Tibet). Xinjiang is full of mosques (I bet you didn’t know Xinjiang doesn’t even have the most Muslims in China – as the Hui who live in other provinces far outnumber Uighurs). Both are huge tourist areas. Come on – this isn’t funny anymore.

    • Replies: @Brian07
  297. @Ron Unz

    Thanks a lot for speaking of the truth. NO, NO one died on June 4th, 1989 on TaiAnMen Square.

    There were a couple of hundreds of people dead elsewhere, but some of them were PLA Soldiers who were peacefully maintaining the order. They were beaten to death by those Cruel beast-like US-backed so-called “Democracy fighter” Criminals! and yes, later a lot of these criminals immigrated into the U.S., U.S. does love them.

    • Agree: showmethereal, Sam Smith
    • Replies: @showmethereal
  298. Brian07 says:
    @showmethereal

    The existence of temples and monasteries does not excuse the wanton destruction of hundreds of beautiful buildings as a means of demoralising the Tibetan people. All the while whining about the sacking of the Old Summer Palace. That’s how women reason.

    Tbe presenceof Tibetans outside Tibet proper is meaningless. Why not just let them.choose for themselves who they want to govern them? Why is that a threat to you?

    • Replies: @showmethereal
    , @Sam Smith
  299. @Brian07

    Oh so you decided to make a screen name instead of posting as an Anon – good.

    I was not excusing destruction of buildings. Wrongs were done and they were rectified. That’s the difference. The westerners who sacked the Old Summer Palace have never rectified anything. In any event the ultimate irony is I would assume with the name “brian” you are a white man. Fact is that many whites were outright murdered by Tibetans for coming into to Tibet with your polluting ways. That makes you the biggest type of hypocrite of them all. You all used to beg the Chinese emperor to control the wild Tibetans. Documented facts of history.

    As to Tibetans living in other provinces – if you had a brain that was objective you would realize it was because Tibetans themselves CHOSE to move to other parts of China. They did so because their quality of life was better than on the harsh plateau. Fact is when the separatism started in the Republic of China days – Tibetans who were separatists were attacked in neighboring provinces by those who were part of the Dalai Lama clique. That is a fact of history.

    As to why it is a threat. Again you have no brain because you don’t know Tibets TRUE history of expansion and attacking neighboring kingdoms. They warred with Han – they warred with Mongols – they warred with Uighurs (which was part of the reason the Tang Dynasty allowed the Uighurs to settle in Xinjiang). They were not some peace-nick hippies like you Hollywood or CIA types try to pretend they were. The other major FACT is the Dalai Lama clique collaborated with the CIA to destabilize China. That will never allowed to happen again. The Brits sought to get piece of the land for the same reason. That will never be allowed again – especially as those are the headwaters for all of China’s great rivers. There is absolutely no way China will allow the west to cause trouble there. In any event – they live in China in peace now. So mind your business. Tibetans freely practice their culture – as long as they are not into separatism. Tibetan quality of life has never been better. Go compare the dissident Tibetans who live in India and then come back and talk.

    “That’s how women reason”? I notice “men” who make such statements usually are the ones with undercover identity issues. But this is not the forum for that. There are places you can go to express yourself.

    • Thanks: Truth Vigilante
    • Replies: @Brian07
    , @Brian07
  300. @picture111

    Not just beaten to death… A good number of the soldiers were set on fire and some even hanged from lamps and overpasses. The pictures are there – but the brainwashed don’t even want to look… But they are gruesome. But yes – many were spirited out of China through then British Hong Kong in Operation Yellowbird. Some stayed in Hong Kong but many dispersed to the west (and some even Taiwan). But some still believe it was “organic”.

    • Agree: Sam Smith
  301. Sam Smith says:
    @NeoconsNailed

    I am not sure if that’s a compliment or insult. But at Propaganda 101 at the Rush Limbaugh Institute they teach repeat, repeat, repeat! To get the point through.(end of sarcasm)

  302. Sam Smith says:
    @Brian07

    The existence of temples and monasteries does not excuse the wanton destruction of hundreds of beautiful buildings as a means of demoralising the Tibetan people.

    Brian who lived in China and deals with Chinese living in his country, provide one piece of evidence, please.

  303. Brian07 says:
    @showmethereal

    Well, I tell you what, just resolve the matter by letting the Tibetans decide for themselves who they want to be ruled by. And the Uyghurs. And the Inner Mongolians. And the Hong Kongese. And the Taiwanese.

    Five different peoples there… one thing in common: what could it be?

  304. Brian07 says:
    @showmethereal

    What exactly has been rectified in Tibet?

    As for the Old Summer Palace, as Lord Elgin said at the time “we are punishing the court to spare the people”. Compare and contrast with the Qing dynasty’s genocide of the Dzungar people.

    All in all, it adds up to the usual Han solipism and hypocrisy.

    • Replies: @Sam Smith
  305. @Ron Unz

    Long before 9/11–twelve years to be precise– the Chinese in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese in general referred to the “Tiananmen Square Massacre” simply as 6/4.

    The technique of using numbers to represent words is called “gematria,” which is the practice of assigning a numerical value to a name, word or phrase according to an alphanumerical cipher.

    The Chinese language does not use an alphabet so this was a relatively new practice on their part. I don’t think most Chinese are even aware of gematria, so why did they start using “6/4” to refer to the “Tiananmen Square Massacre?”

    Of course, the people who control the MSM are Jews and they are the only ones who practice gematria and they do it daily with “news by the numbers.”

    As always, when Zionists are involved, there is an astral theme and number games:

    Tiananmen Square = Gate of Heavenly Peace. “Tian” = “Sky” in Chinese.

    The prime factorization of June 4 (64) is six twos: 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2.

    I had known Jews madly love the number six, but it wasn’t until COVID-19 in 2020 that the number 22 caught my attention and how it is related to 6/4 aka the “Tiananmen Square Massacre.”

  306. @showmethereal

    Check your yellow pages for local psychotherapists.

  307. Sam Smith says:
    @Maowasayali

    Most people don’t know that so-called Crystal Night “Kristallnacht” in Germany occurred on Nov. 9 (11/9), 1938! Imagine that. And Adolf didn’t even know anything about it, according to his valet.

    • Thanks: Maowasayali
  308. Sam Smith says:
    @Brian07

    What exactly has been rectified in Tibet?

    How about centuries of serfdom and slavery?

    • Replies: @Brian07
  309. Brian07 says:
    @Sam Smith

    Ahhh and yet the Han are never grateful to the British for returning to them the fabulously wealthy Hong Kong, are they? Instead they maintain a perpetual grudge. Funny how the double standards work isnt it.

    Ok well, since things move on historically, perhaps the Tibetans can know fully exercise their freedom from serfdom and slavery and choose for themselves who they want to govern them. And youd support that since youre all for freedom and everything.

    • Replies: @denk
  310. An article worth 50 cents written by a 50 cent footsoldier.

    Chinese are clearly insecure with themselves, proven by the neurotic culture of “saving face” which arose from this insecurity. Chinese cry about their humiliations. A few legitimate situations where this might have occurred to China but this occurs to everybody at some point. Whereas others can shrug it off and move on, Chinese enshrine reliving the memory. Saving face creates an atmosphere where any slight, whether real or over-imagined, might be an attempt at or result in humiliation. I have seen this psychological mechanism at work here in Chinese people personally. Make no mistake, face saving isn’t about preserving honour. It is over-reacting to a deep seated insecurity.

  311. denk says:
    @Brian07

    Ahhh and yet the Han are never grateful to the British for returning to them the fabulously wealthy Hong Kong, are they?

    How old are u mother fucker?
    The pommies had this knack of booby trapping a property before they were forced to return to the rightful owner
    doncha know ?

    [MORE]

    CIA whistler blower Ralph McGehee

    We can predict that as the time to turn over of Hong Kong to Chinese authority nears—there will be CIA-generated demonstrations—in Hong Kong and in the United States and probably a number of other countries. Many of these demonstrations will be manned by the Chinese dissidents who exited China via CIA Yellowbird assets. Disinformation and demonizing stories will permeate our media based on CIA-generated stories.

    Thats insider info for u mofo.

    True enough, TAM style color rev in 2014, followed by violent riots in 2019, followed by a trade war blitzkrieg, multiple biowarfare, right up to the SCS, TW provocations today.

    This is how the pelosi bitch crowed when HK was burning …

    What a beautiful sight to behold

    The Hans do owe lots of favor
    to your beloved anglophone/euro masters.

    TAM
    TIBET
    XINJIANG
    HK
    SARS1, SARS 2
    TW
    SCS
    ECS

    Confucius sez

    Its rude not to return a favor.

    We shall see,

    ————————
    NeoconsNailed

    Check your yellow pages for local sychotherapists

    well mother fucker, u sound exactly like that pelosi psycho…

    Gee, Hong Kong was sure enthusiastic about rejoining China — if it’s so wonderful why wasn’t HK begging to be taken back by it under or after British rule?

    If it quacks like a psycho……

    ———————

    • Agree: Deep Thought
  312. @Maowasayali

    I had known Jews madly love the number six, but it wasn’t until COVID-19 in 2020 that the number 22 caught my attention

    Yes, the child ritual sacrificing Talmudic terrorists do indeed have a numerological obsession with the number ’22’ – or more specifically, with the numbers 11, 111 and multiples thereof.

    In relation to the number ’22’, check out this article in Veterans Today from a few years ago titled ‘Manchester false flag: “Man, 22, kills 22 on May 22”:

    https://stuartbramhall.wordpress.com/2017/05/24/manchester-false-flag-man-22-kills-22-on-may-22/

    And of course we have the JFK coup d’etat that occurred on 22 November (hence 22/11).

    As for the significance of ‘111’ we have the London Underground and Bus bombing (Britain’s 9/11) that occurred on 7/7/2005 which is referred to as the 7/7 bombing.

    Of course, if we add up the digits of the year, the date above can be expressed as : 7/7/7.

    Then we have Australia’s ‘9/11’ [the Bali Bombing – yes, occurred in Bali but those killed in the bomb blast were disproportionately Australian], which occurred on 12 October 2002 (12/10/2002).

    Now you might be wondering what that date has to do with the magic Talmudic numbers ?

    Well, it occurred exactly ONE year, ONE month and ONE day after 9/11 – hence ‘111’.

    • Thanks: Maowasayali
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