"...if we be honest with ourselves,
we shall be honest with each other." ~ George MacDonald
"...if we be honest with ourselves,
we shall be honest with each other." ~ George MacDonald

The Chinese

Many westerners—and Chinese—prefer not to look at the crimes committed by their own governments. But the person who will not look, cannot see. If you refuse to look, how can you possibly know what crimes your government have committed? (Especially if your government forbids all criticism of its policies and actions.)

Some Chinese people feel a sense of guilt for the atrocities which have been committed by their own government (e.g. see Wealth, Inequality and Poverty in China). And because they have been led to believe that the People are the Party, whenever the Communist Party is criticised, they come to the Party’s defence in order to save face. But they should not feel guilty because the Chinese People are not the Party.1

Reform

In 1978, the Communist Party of China (CPC or CCP) began to adopt capitalism; the country would have collapsed if they did not.2 (For the reasons why see "Part 1: Prices and Markets" in Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell and The Government Against the Economy by George Reisman. Price controls and government ownership of the means of production cannot work as an economic system. And because communism does not work communist governments must oppress their citizens to remain in power. See here.)3

Freedom of Speech

The CCP does everything in its power to stop anyone questioning their version of history (see The CCP Didn’t Fight Imperial Japan; the KMT Did)4 and it does not allow ethnic Chinese (whether in China or oversees) to publicly criticise any of its policies or actions5 (for examples see Silent Invasion by Clive Hamilton). But despite this, the world as a whole, is beginning to wake-up to CCP Propaganda.6

Now I understand that it would not be wise for the CCP to introduce freedom of speech overnight (otherwise they risk destabilising the country and being imprisoned for crimes committed against their own people, see here); but perhaps they could attempt to introduce freedom of speech one issue at a time. Because of tensions between the Chinese government and the Uighurs in Northwest China, freedom of religion would be a good place to begin. (See here. The Chinese government realises it has a very big problem (see The Third Choice); but China cannot continue to treat the Uighurs as they have been, and not reap the consequences. See China vs Islam.)

The following are the most interesting (and often concerning) videos about China (and it's influence) that I could find.

100 Years, the Writing is on the Wall

How to Stop China From Taking Over the World | Anders Corr

Chinese knockoffs explained: Why Chinese are copycats?

Government Backed Tofu Mafia Came AFTER US7

Why you Need to Change your Mind about China Right Now!

Is China's Social Credit System Real? - I Found Out

How to Speak Fluently in a Foreign Language: Chinese

Exposing the Pretty TikTok Chinese Teacher Scammers

How I Got Banned in China - LeLe Farley

China Is a Democracy Now!

Will this Chinese sex scandal make people boycott the Beijing Olympics?

China is Absolutely Furious

China’s Ageing Population

How You Can Spot Chinese State Propaganda

Elon Musk and his troubles with the Chinese authority

US-China Relations, Foreign Language Study, and Censorship's Effect on Chinese Arts [LeLe & Lizzi]

Inside Sexycyborg's Secret Lab!

US Insider on FAILED US Policy Toward China

How China Might Win a War with the US

What happened to China's Rural Fairy Princess Liziqi??

One Child Nation

China’s economy: what’s its weak spot?

Racism in China: The NBA is Kinda Screwed

China’s Real-Life Squid Game

Squid Game is Sparking a Revolution in China - Episode #79

Celebrities with WRONG Chinese Tattoos

China’s Exploding Manhole Covers Reveal a Hole Lot of Problems

How Hollywood is Censoring YOUR movies for China

How Wall Street FORCES Us to Invest in China

China’s Nightmarish New Bio Weapon Targets Race and Ethnicity

The FALSE Safety of China

Book on Chinese Censorship Gets Censored in Australia

How China Silences Her Citizens Abroad

“Sexist” Chinese Comedian Stirs Dangerous Debate Over Free Speech

How Wall Street Sold Out America to China | Clive Hamilton

6 Things That Show China’s Organ Harvesting is Real

China and YouTube

Confucius Institutes

The CCP's Medical Trojan Horse

Why is Falun Gong Persecuted?

Is China our ENEMY?

China's Growing Influence Over North Korea

Living in China

New Chinese Buildings and Evergrande

The Police State

Arrested for making a Joke

Human Harvest

Chairman Mao

China is Preparing its Citizens for War

Hong Kong is on Fire

10 Things People Get WRONG About TAIWAN

Europe’s MAJOR China Failure

How China is slowly KILLING us all

China is Celebrating for all of the WRONG Reasons!

The Chinese Government Just Tried to Hire Me

The Red Matrix

 

 

1. Most of the crimes committed by the Party have been committed against the Chinese people. See here.

2. Though it would be more accurate to describe it as a form of economic mercantilism as almost anything is tolerated as long as it advances the goals of the CCP. See here.

3. If you are Chinese, and you want to safeguard your countries economic future, read Wealth, Poverty and Politics by Thomas Sowell. It is available in Chinese.

4. See also  A Chinese Teacher QUESTIONED the Communist Party. It ended badly... Many many people were killed in the Nanjing Massacre, but the figures may not be as high as the CCP has made out. See here.

5. The CCP is constantly trying to correct the problems they create, and in trying to correct those problems, usually make them worse. The following is one such example. China’s Going to Force You To Have Sex

6. What happens to me if I publicly criticise a policy my government has implemented? Nothing! Free people can criticise their own government. Without freedom of speech, people simply aren't free. We in the west are free at the moment, but there are people in the west who are trying to destroy freedom of speech, namely radical Muslims, the hard left, and CCP supporters. (Some unwittingly. See Who are the CCP Shills? The CCP's foreign propaganda army! For examples of how some non-Muslims (and some Muslims) have helped radical Muslims spread the myth that non-Muslims are treated as equals under Islamic law, see The Third Choice by Mark Durie. For an example of how the left is trying to stop views they disagree with from being expressed in public, see here. For how they are using conservative politicians to their advantage, see here.) 

7. The fellas who make ADVChina were very pro Chinese, and still think very highly of the Chinese people. See here. They believe that in recent years China has changed for the worse. I value their opinion as they've seen more of China than most Chinese ever will.

 

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