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 No.30501[Last 50 Posts]

A general thread for all China related discussion.
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 No.68204

>>68190
🇬🇧 Dog – 狗, gǒu (戌)
🇺🇸 Pig – 猪/豬, zhū (亥)
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 No.69422

File: 1612513722595.mp4 (9.62 MB, 1280x720, China refutes BBC report o….mp4)

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 No.69426

What does Chinese masculinity mean today?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx_49Nx24G0
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 No.69430

China’s growing nuclear arsenal raises real risk of attack, top US commander warns

The US military must prepare for the “very real possibility” of a nuclear attack as China and Russia rapidly expand their arsenals, the head of America’s nuclear weapons has warned.

https://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/3120574/chinas-growing-nuclear-arsenal-raises-real-risk-attack-top-us
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 No.69431

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>>69426
Slavoj Zizek — The Medicalisation of Toxic Masculinity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWhfIGpIYIo
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 No.69433

File: 1612515692759.mp4 (18.45 MB, 1280x720, Watch_ US President Joe Bi….mp4)

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 No.69674

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 No.69687

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 No.69691

>>66787
Dumped into stock market to pretend the economy is okay
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 No.69706

File: 1612532526044.mp4 (12.8 MB, 960x444, roc_student_mao.mp4)

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 No.69736

File: 1612535603652.jpeg (26.95 KB, 1080x608, xinjiang_dogtag1.jpeg)

1st batch of pla QRcode dog tags
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 No.69737

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 No.69756

>>69736
>>69737
>people in China get mandatory chipped dog collars
pure evil, these chinese
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 No.69813

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>>69756
>chipped
just scan the QRcode with app or something u get all details about the soldier from military database
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 No.70009

>>69756
If they added QRcodes to cops in Burgerland to keep them accountable you'd be creaming your pants right now.
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 No.70023

>>70009
What american society needs more than anything else is a "maturity test", and anybody who fails can't drive a car, drink alcohol, have sex, or be a cop.
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 No.70032

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>>61992
>>62158
>>62171
>>62523
>>62536
>>69426
>>69431
So it turns out that story circulating the other day about the Chinese Ministry of Education saying they needed more "masculine" men was actually based on a misleading translation of a single party member who suggested to the Ministry that they ought to cultivate in students "阳刚之气," a gender neutral term akin to "grit" or "discipline" as opposed "masculinity." However, the original BBC story was spun in such a way so as to make it sound like the entire Ministry of Education was on board with some kind of sexist de-sissification program for Chinese boys. It's an interesting study in how hostile news agencies can take something innocuous and warp it into something insidious through lies and doublespeak.

Here's a twitter thread that gives a more in-depth look.

https://twitter.com/TheTrueTankMan/status/1357608945171398658

>tfw your Chinese twink traps shall remain unharmed
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 No.70038

>>70023
lol, everyone in the U.S. would fail and would be legally forced into a neet lifestyle.
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 No.70063

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 No.70171

>>69422
Fucking based. CIA thots BTFO.
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 No.70173

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>>70023 (you)
<replying to namefags
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 No.70174

>>70032 (you)
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 No.70179

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>>70173
He said, replying to the namefag.
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 No.70209

File: 1612575492922.mp4 (2.43 MB, 640x360, Uyghur 'unrest' was a CIA ….mp4)

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 No.70294

File: 1612594215437.jpg (198.99 KB, 1920x1080, e9939392.jpg)

China (CGTN) pushes back on BBC report on women's rights abuses in Xinjiang

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDCVYsEzOT4
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 No.70765

>hurr durr China's propaganda is totally BTFO!!!

https://youtu.be/oihr9uYZpds

Who are those coping faggots? Popped up in my feed.
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 No.70766

Americans literally think sending someone to re-education camps to make them functioning members of society is worse than sending them to prison
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 No.70767

>>66783
>>66774
I wasn’t banned you newfags. (User was banned for this post) is rarely ever a real ban.
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 No.70768

>>70766
It's all framing.
>prison = "camp"
>rehabilitation = "re-educating"
>general deterrence = "terror regime"
etc.
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 No.70773

>>69674
Do you think Chinese will give Brits competition for bantz?
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 No.71492

>>70768
I'll have a toast & beans and a terror regime on the side, thank you.
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 No.71709

>>70032
Fuck, what a bunch of retards. They should do it for real. Then encourage their ultra-masculine communist macho men to migrate to America to colonize their women and build a fifth column inside US society
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 No.71820

File: 1612729833618.mp4 (5.38 MB, 640x360, videoplayback (6).mp4)

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 No.71836

>>31859
Fuck liberals
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 No.72362

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 No.72368

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Callisto by 2030, baby
>China opened the 2020s by bringing samples back from the Moon and sending its first mission to Mars. The country’s space agency hopes to end the decade by launching a spacecraft to Jupiter that could include a lander bound for the moon Callisto.
https://www.planetary.org/articles/jupiter-mission-callisto-landing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callisto_(moon)
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 No.72371

>>71820
> it's false because it only has one child in it
WHAT AN ABSOLUTE CHAD
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 No.72604

>>71820
Sometimes I'm still baffled how easy it is to outfox those pompous news anchors, I could do it drunk man
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 No.72650

>>72368
Callisto is a dead rock, Ganymede and Europa would be more interesting.
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 No.72681

>>66328
Neon, just because some medias are Russian or come from an Eastern perspective, doesn't means that they are lying or that the information presented in it is false. Stop falling for the "Western"/"Eastern" dichotomy
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 No.72691

>>72681
ivan or chang?
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 No.74015

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 No.74100

File: 1612889127139.mp4 (16.26 MB, 1280x720, Xi Jinping praises coopera….mp4)

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 No.74276

>>35311
Ignore what the whites say here. They’re liberals.

Yes it is from the bottom up.
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 No.74751

Would Deng say socialism with Chinese characteristics is the dialectical conclusion of socialism in one country?
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 No.74754

>>74751
>conclusion
plz no
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 No.74757

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>>74751
Comrade, I beg you, please read up more on how dialectics works and the definition of socialism relative to communism.
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 No.74767

>>74757
Dengism is what Bakunin already promoted in the 20s
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 No.74799

>>74757
I wasn't promoting that view at all, I was merely wondering if that's how Dengists thing, that a contradiction in USSR style socialism in country is negated or solved or whatever in SWCC.
>>74754
What's wrong with conclusion?
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 No.74801

>>74799
*think
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 No.74802

>>74757
Also not sure where you got the impression I was asking about communism.
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 No.74803

CGTN license revoked in UK. Watch George Galloway's comments:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDQ62Z0CM60
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 No.74838

File: 1612948098145.mp4 (55.04 MB, 1280x720, Life For Chinese Students ….mp4)

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 No.74939

>>74877
>As an Australian
China just cut off 50% of your country's foreign trade with them. Enjoy your 10 years of economic recession, lmao.
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 No.74951

>>74939
Based
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 No.74954

Why does so many of the rabid anti-China shit come from Australia? I've also read that they now ban sinology in universities and had racist attacks against Asian shop owners. They are like as cucked as burgers in this regard.
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 No.74956

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>>74877
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 No.74957

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>>74954
history of defensiveness is rife in a colonial outpost nestled away in the Asian region. We have also made a killing off of international students in universities and then are surprised when there is foreign interference.
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 No.74979

>>74971
false equivalence, but stay simpin piney
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 No.75009

>>74954
Australians were known to be the most rabid nazi spammers on 4chan to the point where Moot even considered banning the whole country, lol.
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 No.75014

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>>74983
Weak mind
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 No.75023

>>54274
Re-do your math
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 No.75177

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 No.75188

File: 1612971520189.mp4 (28.57 MB, 1280x720, Xinjiang training center g….mp4)

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 No.75213

File: 1612972997037.mp4 (43.23 MB, 1920x1080, CTH_china.mp4)

Recent Chapo Trap House episode on Chinese vs. Amerikkan Covid-19 policies.

>when reddit radlibs have a less ideological view than "anti-dengists" here
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 No.75506

File: 1612989665087.mp4 (9.86 MB, 1280x720, United States Elitism vs. ….mp4)

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 No.75639

>>75213
Of course it’s Reddit. Redditors are the scum of the earth. Most of the bullshit “yellow man bad” rhetoric comes directly from glowies or people who listen to them.
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 No.75649

>>75213
Reddit radlibs just see socialist countries as places where they can inject their retarded identity politics into and try to "Americanize" those naughty darkies and yellows.
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 No.75650

>>75213
Sorry, but I had to stop on "muh totalitarian communist police state"
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 No.75654

>>75213
>stupidpol redditors still think that the chapo subreddit is representative of the podcast
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 No.75671

>>43210
>marks said country must go feudal>capital>socialist in order to reach gommunism
>china does the gapitalism
>NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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 No.75701

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>>75671
China did have a period of capitalist development following the revolution, then constructed socialism afterwards. having reached the stage of socialism, then, why would they need to revert back to capitalism after the death of Mao? maybe it was because the people who took power after Mao were and are pro-capitalist. but who could have predicted that?
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 No.75703

>>75701

Of course, of course, thats it
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 No.75704

>>75701
People melting useless steal in their backyards is socialism
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 No.75705

>>75671
where did Marx say that, mr. Menshevik?
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 No.75706

>>75701
do you have a real source on that Mao quote? Deng opted for liberalization in order to develop the productive, which they clearly did. China’s economy grew much faster than basically any time under Mao.
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 No.75708

>>75704
>people owning the MoP in their own backyard is socialism
Yes.
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 No.75712

>>75706
sadly I only have the secondary source but I hope you'll accept it. I am not sure if you know this, but there was a very heated struggle between the Left and Right in the CPC in the 1970s, and Mao's opposition to the market reformism of Liu Shaoqi and his disciple Deng was no tiny quibble but an important difference in political line. https://www.marxists.org/history/erol/uk.hightide/red-star-mao.htm
>Deng opted for liberalization in order to develop the productive, which they clearly did.
maybe you're right! but if socialism already existed in China, it should not have been necessary to revert to capitalism to develop production.
>China’s economy grew much faster than basically any time under Mao.
this is not really a meaningful point. an "economy" can "grow" a great deal, for many different reasons, and it may or may not be a good thing for proletarians depending. in China's case, the decollectivization of land meant that peasants were all of a sudden forced to deal with chopped-up family plots that were too small to be viable alone, moved to the cities in great numbers, and took up low-wage high-risk long-hour jobs in sweatshops. do you know where else this exact sequence of events took place? in every single other capitalist country during the robbery of common land from peasants!
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 No.75719

>>75708
It's only a means of production of you actually produce something useful
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 No.75723

>>75712
>maybe you're right! but if socialism already existed in China, it should not have been necessary to revert to capitalism to develop production.
It isn't that easy the viability of socialism depends on different things one of them is international politics which were difficult at the time the other is the development of the productive forces a mode of production must fit the productive forces
>do you know where else this exact sequence of events took place? in every single other capitalist country during the robbery of common land from peasants!
Maybe that happened all around the world bc its a historic neccesity?
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 No.75725

>>75719
then improve them
don't just dismantle them and give them to porky
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 No.75729

>>75725
You can't just let peasants produce (useless) steal in their backyards as a second job
There is a reason why we have steel factorys and specialized steel workers
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 No.75730

>>75712
Without the technical support from the USSR China was alone trying to feed and develop a billion souls amidst famines and a pitifully low factory and infrastructural developement, socialism is not spending your life in backbracking labour growing crops with little education. Thats a recepy for a weak society that would get bulldozed by liberals. Dengists knew this, and thus decided to very carefully liberalize. Since before the 90s there have been a marked destruction of the average person's living standard in the world, including the imperial ones. China has been the only one with any noticable and significant progress. Sorry, but liberalization like this wouldnt have happened if the sino soviet split did not occur, but it did and they took this risky path towards technical and material accumulation, and up till now it has payed off, and has managed what the USSR never could: gut the factory heart of the USA by making its owners betray their country for a few bucks. If it werent for protective tariffs the USA would be already neck deep into a very serious nuclear standoff cold war style and Europe would have been conquered by chinese firms.

Maybe socialism will develope like liberalism did, soft power amongst a determined historical period untill the current ruling class woke up one day to see its properties in the hand of its servants
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 No.75735

>>75729
the reason is capitalism
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 No.75736

>>75723
>a mode of production must fit the productive forces
if it was possible to reach socialism, the productive forces must therefore be sufficient to maintain socialism. socialism WAS THE CASE, in other words.
>Maybe that happened all around the world bc its a historic neccesity?
it is indeed a historic necessity if a country is being run by bourgeois such as Deng and his successors, but then why did it "wait" for Deng to happen? what was stopping China under Mao from undergoing this obviously necessary historical necessity of driving people off of farms and into the sweatshops by the threat of starvation?
>>75730
>a pitifully low factory and infrastructural developement, socialism is not spending your life in backbracking labour growing crops with little education.
WHY IS IT THE DENGIST THAT REPEATS ANTI-CHINA PROPAGANDA? I THOUGHT Y'ALL HATED THAT SHIT
>Maybe socialism will develope like liberalism did, soft power amongst a determined historical period untill the current ruling class woke up one day to see its properties in the hand of its servants
YOU EDUARD BERNSTEIN NIGGA
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 No.75738

>>75730
So socialism is when illiterate starving peasants are melting their farming tools to create useless steel?
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 No.75739

no I am 100% serious. why is it that if I criticize China after 1976, it's CIA USA propaganda, but if YOU criticize China BEFORE 1976, that's totally okay, Mao was a loser anyway lol???
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 No.75741

>>75738
My guy Im not defending>>75725 Im sadly defending liberalization
>>75736 Homie, you seriously cannot claim that a feudal, colonized china had the technical and material capabilities to compete with the liberal empires across the sea. The last days of the last dynasty was some seriously dystopian shit. You ever been to the neocolonial "third world" ? I live in one
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 No.75744

>>75739
People dont understand China, even first world leftoids (in this board)
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 No.75745

>>75741
China in 1949 is not the same thing as China in 1976. actually a pretty huge difference between those two. the ability of socialism, and when I say socialism, I don't mean "socialism with markets" or "basically socialism" or "they tried!" but the ability of socialism to lift a country from poverty to prosperity in a short period is already well-known from the USSR's example!
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 No.75746

>>75736
>if it was possible to reach socialism, the productive forces must therefore be sufficient to maintain socialism. socialism WAS THE CASE, in other words.
Their was a revolution that is true but socialism isn't something that just happens you have to build socialism it needs literate people that are highly educated and capable of governing their country it needs a highly devoted agriculture and Industrie a big intiligentsia etc Mao did good things but before and after the revolution the biggest part of the population were illiterate peasants who couldn't see a doctor couldn't eat meat had a low life expectancy and had little to say about the way their country was run (small emperors etc) the revolution made it possible to build socialism but it didnt create socialism
>it is indeed a historic necessity if a country is being run by bourgeois such as Deng and his successors, but then why did it "wait" for Deng to happen? what was stopping China under Mao from undergoing this obviously necessary historical necessity of driving people off of farms and into the sweatshops by the threat of starvation?
I don't know why I have to tell you this but socialism isn't possible without proles you have to create proles out of peasants how do you achieve this?
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 No.75747

Have we considered the possibility that neither Mao's China nor the USSR for that matter were socialist? That in fact they were always states where socialists oversaw capitalism? And that there was no regression in mode of production and only a change of management?
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 No.75748

>>75745
You have no idea how material conditions work do you?
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 No.75749

>>75747
I'm gonna leave now
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 No.75750

>>75747
>not real socialism
begone ultra
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 No.75751

>>75750
>confusing dictatorship of the proletariat with socialism
couldn't be me lol
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 No.75754

>>75751
What are you trying to say
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 No.75755

>>75746
>the revolution made it possible to build socialism but it didnt create socialism
by the late 1950s, the entirety of China's industrial economy was owned and run by the state. the agricultural economy was entirely made up of People's Communes. a small economy of craftspeople remained as a vestige of capitalism, and was being more and more swept up into the economic plan as socialism was built. I don't know what you think socialism is, but China was indeed socialist.
>socialism isn't possible without proles you have to create proles out of peasants how do you achieve this?
yes, China also had a proletariat at the time and a pretty big one too! this was because of the building up of the industrial economy in the 1950s and on. the peasants, instead of being forced off land by hunger, were more like transformed in place: from individual families of peasants renting plots from landlords, then to owning plots themselves, then to collectivization, and finally into the People's Communes as a top-level organ of agricultural economy connected to the state plan. the collective farmer would be in this way more like a rural proletarian than a peasant, in keeping with the "abolition of the distinction between town and country" that has classically been an aim of communism.

>>75747
you're wrong, but you didn't explain why you think this, so I can't really say why you're wrong.

>>75748
"material conditions" are the magic word that you shout whenever somebody criticizes revisionism. there's always a reason, always an excuse, no policy can ever be wrong, because we have to consider the "material conditions".
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 No.75756

>>75745
Right, and that happened because of the Sino-Soviet alliance. They fucked it up for no good reason and now both states sufferend inmensly. USSR eventually decided to liberalize the same way an atom bomb explodes and China, seeing its only reliable source of industrial know-how fuck off, decided to do so in a much more controlled and able manner. A country of hundreds of millions is much smalled than a country of a billion. Because of liberalization China has stolen, retroengineered and innovated western technical knowledge and used it for itself in its various state and semi state owned companies, giving it the necessary ability to stand militarily, economically and politically on its own. Its even managed to break the grip of neocolonial practices in Africa and seduce the fucking *europeans* into its belt and road plan. The fucking IMF has *never* had the competition it has now, because even though the USSR had an admirable, world-defining presence it ultimately had to juggle internal, external and global efforts when it did not have the resources that France, England, Italy, and, most importantly, the USA had by colonial and imperilistic extraciton. The CPC is playing the liberal game and winning, and the west is shitting itself because its own bourg fell for a swansong and know understand that they can be crushed underfoot by a socialist country. Say what you will, but China, and socialist states in general, has a larger degree of actual democractic participation within its society, and the fact that it chooses to excecute party officials and bourgois that are harmful to this soft transition to socialism is an astounding feat.
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 No.75759

>>75755
>by the late 1950s, the entirety of China's industrial economy was owned and run by the state. the agricultural economy was entirely made up of People's Communes. a small economy of craftspeople remained as a vestige of capitalism, and was being more and more swept up into the economic plan as socialism was built. I don't know what you think socialism is, but China was indeed socialist.
Socialism is more than just central planning
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 No.75763

>>75756
>They fucked it up for no good reason
if you genuinely think this about the Si-So Split, you've done zero thinking on the subject and you're a complete pseud. just sayin. Khrushchov would have just made China into a satellite like he did with the Bloc and Cuba, and the USSR definitely still would have fell, maybe a decade later at most.
>Its even managed to break the grip of neocolonial practices in Africa and seduce the fucking *europeans* into its belt and road plan. The fucking IMF has *never* had the competition it has now,
<China competes with the bad imperialists! you know, the BAD ones. the ones we HATE, for historical reasons. they COMPETE with these imperialists. AT THEIR OWN GAME. of imperialism. but it's okay, because China doesn't have a history of doing BAD stuff, or being HATED by us, so we're not worried.
http://www.revaim.org/uploads/booklets/China%20-%20A%20Modern%20Social-Imperialist%20Power.pdf

>>75759
what was missing, then?
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 No.75771

>>75763
About the chinese investments in the African continent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5uzxV8ub9k&ab_channel=PaulsonInstitute I've found to be a good perspective. Incredibly low interest rates, no governmental stipulations, common and regular dept forgiveness that exceed the ones done ocasionally by the IMF, etc etc. I have no illusions about the road taken by the CPC, its a liberal course, with everything that it entails. But, as history has shown up till now, it seems to have been the best of a bad situation. A liberal road, one that provides no room for genuine cooperation with global communists, but one that did provide 1 out of every 7 people in this planet with incredible economic growth, (marxist) education, and a (marxist) democratic say in its governmental functions. A non-communist liberal China would be India, a communist isolation after the Sino Soviet split would have been Albania (not to shit on Albania, it managed some incredibly important achievements, USSR's trajectory left much to be desired).
As for the paper you shared I'll read it later, a very interesting read I hope it will be.

>Khrushchov would have just made China into a satellite like he did with the Bloc and Cuba, and the USSR definitely still would have fell, maybe a decade later at most.

Cuba was never a satellite state, sorry. Same thing with the Warsaw Pact. Sure, the USSR ultimately had enjoyed a greater position between all of its members, but it wasnt as puppeteering as you might understand, they all enjoyed incredible autonomy. For example Poland had most of its agriculture in petite private holds, Czeckoslovakia, Romania, and Hungary accepted loans from the IMF which blew up in their faces… things like those. I doubt that if they were as pegged to Moscow as you let on they'd been able to achieve that. Also, the sino soviet split still happened, leaving China without the necessary technical knowledge, industrial expertise and so on. And about the USSR being an eventual collapse? Thats real fantasy talk, it needed serious reform in its weak sectors, but surely you dont think its fate was etched magically in stone.
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 No.75772

>>75771
By gov stipulations i meant the kind that obligates the recepient country to politically force certain concessions like the IMF regularly does on behalf of its western owners
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 No.75776

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 No.75777

>>75763
>Revaim
This organisation doesn't even exist anymore… I remember translating some stuff for them… gooood times!
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 No.75779

>>75736
Is China really considered Dengist? How much of it is just a CIA/Redditfag talking point?
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 No.75874

>>75009
Heil the Kangaroo Reich!
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 No.75876

>>75009
Yes. Because all Australians are alike. No difference what-so-ever between any of us. We're a hive mind that need not fear a commie revolution. XD
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 No.76034

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>>75712
Where did that secondary source get the quote from?
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 No.76250

India & China begin to pull troops back from contested Himalayan lake, India’s defense minister confirms
https://www.rt.com/news/515227-india-china-border-disengagement/
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 No.76294

>>75759
Yes, but it definitely doesn't involve a Market
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 No.76298

>>76294
You can have a market in a planned economy, but I assume that's not what you mean
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 No.76364

>>75213
That's a good clip.
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 No.76458

>>66386
Dude, fuck off with your campism. Just because I don't trust russian and chinese propaganda, doesn't mean I fully embrace western propaganda.
<Fully
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 No.76464

>>66559
>The CPC directly sends fleets of fish pirates to illegal zones for profit

You know, for as much as you nematoads cry about how capitalist and liberal China is you cant seem to separate the liberal part from the government. I fthis were a western country it would say the name of the company at the very least, not the nationality
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 No.76474

Just curious, does anybody have any good reading on China's patent system? I find it strange that China has such a robust patent system when patents are rooted in liberal ideologism. Don't get me wrong, I can gander that a strong patent system is necessary to compete against capitalist countries; I'm just curious as to why. Thanks.
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 No.76479

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 No.76488

>>76479
Thanks, maybe when I'm bored I'll give the source material a read haha

I found this if anyone else is interested: https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/06/12/comparative-look-patent-subject-matter-eligibility-standards-china-versus-united-states/id=122339/
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 No.78039

File: 1613151754273.jpeg (641.7 KB, 1400x1327, cpr-v39n5-1-1.jpeg)

>Milton Friedman (left) meets with general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Zhao Ziyang, in China in 1988. Friedman and Zhao spoke for nearly two hours, as Friedman argued that China should decontrol prices in “one bold stroke.” Friedman had come to China for Cato’s conference in Shanghai and was then personally invited by Zhao to offer advice on China’s economy.

Is Milton Friedman BASED?
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 No.78047

"While someday the Chinese will produce automobiles instead of rickshaws, will produce all the various consumer 1 and capital goods that the industrialized West produces, and the commissars of the “People’s Democracy” will delude them with the propaganda that they have advanced into Socialism, the status of the Chinese workers will still be that of workers of the world over—wage slaves for a master class. Until this relationship is done away with there will be no Socialism."
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 No.78092

>>78039
I'm starting to think that people like you, don't even give a fuck about Communism and just are chinese weebs.
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 No.78361

>>78039
>as Friedman argued that China should decontrol prices in “one bold stroke.”

Deng actually tried that and almost destroyed the entire economy because of it and had to immediately revert it.

So no, Friedman is still cringe and shock therapy is still one of the most retarded economic policies in history.
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 No.78421

https://youtu.be/5_RZEqIiu04
China publishes video of the successful entry of the Tianwen-1 in Mars' orbit.
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 No.78473

>>78039
Ziyang was purged not long after.
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 No.78631

>>74939
And the gook peasants are freezing through their coldest winter in 50 years - not that their commie overlords care about them!
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 No.78635

>>71709
>tfw no ultra masculine Chinese CPC Chad bf to leak classifed documents to
Why live?
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 No.78645

>>78635
Don't live. Return to monke!
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 No.78680

>>78645
monke is dead?
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 No.78847

File: 1613232269359.jpeg (151.67 KB, 1062x679, cnn xinjiang.jpeg)

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 No.78850

>>75177
I fucking hate them
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 No.78860

>>74838
It's hilarious how they're effectively using idpol against neolibs to steal intellectual property. Good for them.
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 No.79850

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 No.79852

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File: 1613301798109-1.jpg (125.11 KB, 960x984, bwv8lagnhbh61.jpg)

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 No.79940

>>79850
>this is what american rightists actually believe
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 No.80061

>>62154
Seconded, I´m kinda stuck in a doomer mode for this whole thing
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 No.80077

>>70032
>>tfw your Chinese twink traps shall remain unharmed
Well, thank God. It's funny though to watch Chinese military propaganda because, relative to American propaganda, it'll be simultaneously more combative with Wolf Warrior shit going on while they're singing a song that sounds feminine and flowery to my ears. They'll kick you in the balls with the same sensitivity and precision that they apply to make their military songs sound so delightful.
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 No.80091

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 No.80096

Also a favorite of mine, the PLA Rocket Forces who handle ICBMs… they'll lull you into a state of a bliss before nuking your ass.
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 No.80106

>>80091
I didn't know the PLA used m16s
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 No.80116

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 No.80121

>>62304
Yes he is, since he met with this chick from cgtn
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 No.80122

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 No.80127

>>80122
this thing honestly kind of sucks.
t. the norinco-equipped leaf warrior
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 No.80129

>>80127
Well it's a military rifle, not a swinging-dick premium sporting rifle with bells and whistles.
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 No.80138

>>80129
vz58 and x95 are my favorites and far superior. I have a hypothesis that the chinese deliberately make the export models shitty
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 No.80141

>>80129
Type 97 is the export version of the type 95 (which is what is used in the PLA)
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 No.80143

>>80141
>>80138
>>80129
>>80127
>>80122

/k/ - Weapons & Related Gear
>>49088
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 No.80179

Interesting, the Economist dismisses the claim by the US government, that China is engaging in "genocide". https://www.economist.com/leaders/2021/02/13/genocide-is-the-wrong-word-for-the-horrors-of-xinjiang
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 No.80366

I recently learned that there are Chinese scholars that regard western antiquity as a forgery made up by angry westerners who were envious of China's well documented 5000 year history.
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 No.80371

>>80366
The meme of the "5000 year old civilization" is just as a forgery like western antiquity lol
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 No.80372

>>80366
Not sure what those "scholars" are, but there are definitely people out their spamming that shit on the internet. One other big thing is that they want to "convince" you that ancient China was a hundred times more advanced than the Roman Empire, etc.

Not sure what this dick measuring context is all about. You ruling party literally calls itself Marxist, a Western thinker.
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 No.80403

>>80179
Lol @ the goalpost moving.
>Uh well yeah it's not actually genocide but we still must oppose the PRC at all cost
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 No.80405

File: 1613346884770.png (463.44 KB, 1166x643, ANGLOOOOO!!!.png)

>>80372
>You ruling party literally calls itself Marxist, a Western thinker.
NOOOOO! MARX WASN'T A WESTERN THINKER!!!! AHHHHHH!!!"!!
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 No.80407

>>80405
This is one of the claims by Haz that I have a problem with, how the fuck is Marx not a Western thinker? You could even argue that Hegel was more "non-Western" than Marx as he also was influenced by Asian philosophies.

"Marxism" isn't Western as such, because it's a Weltanschauung but Marx is pretty firmly in the traditions of Western thinkers albeit outstanding due to his holistic approach (unity of philosophy, economics and politics in his work).
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 No.80410

>>80407
Because he has a tiny little burgerstani autism brain.
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 No.80418

>>80407
Well Marx was conducting an attack on the whole Western philosophical tradition. So if it is Western, it's like a kind of Western self-termination.
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 No.80421

>>80418
>marx was the last western because he intended to kill it
Based
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 No.80673

China Shows Off "Super Soldiers" Equipped With Exoskeleton Suits
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 No.81196

>>79850
>Zi Jingming
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 No.81554

Xinjiang: China's Muslim minorities:
https://youtu.be/XZP93IEudag

g… guys, this whole thing seems convincing… you guys told me that the Uyghur stuff was overblown… I even got into arguments trying to defend china… I feel so stupid…
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 No.81558

>>81554
DW is german state media, but I don't even know if this post is sarcasm or not
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 No.81562

>>81558
>DW is german state media
so? CGTN is Chinese state media.
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 No.81571

>>81562
Oh I don't even try to deny the whole xinjang affair, but since its state media, it is probably overblown
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 No.81653

>person prefers Biden over Trump and considers him better overall for the socialism movement
>"with more lenient worker rights, people will have more time to breathe and organize"

>China increases wages, lifts people out of poverty and increases the quality of life for most of its people

>"No, that's a neoliberal capitalist talking point. China is still capitalist and that makes it bad."

What's going on here? Why lesser evilism for Biden and Trump but not for USA and China? Unless, the people who advocate for lesser evilism also advocate for China then?
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 No.81683

>>81653
Nobody here at this point even believes Dems are the lesser evil while I'd say the majority here critically support the PRC. It's only a handful of libs broken by CIA memes are really anti-PRC
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 No.81711

>>81707
I'd rather be in a Chinese re-education camp than an American prison
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 No.81907

according to Haz China accepts and supports Lysenkoism, and apparently almost all western sources are a bastardization of it. is this true? what are stone official CPC interpretations of Lysenko?
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 No.81915

>>81907
>according to Haz
How the fuck would he know?
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 No.81927

>>81915
Infrared has Chinese members
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 No.81932

>>81927
Are they members of the Communist Party?
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 No.81940

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 No.81941

>>81940
I wonder how "Marxism" was laid out in the survey
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 No.83725

File: 1613568334237.jpg (142.23 KB, 877x1024, 1613567182443.jpg)

If there are a million China supporters in the world, I’m one of them.
If there are five China supporters in the world, I’m one of them.
If there is one China supporter in the world, that one is me.
If there are no China supporters in the world, I’m no longer on Earth.
If I'm no longer on Earth, it's because I'm a Taikonaut.
If I'm a Taikonaut, I fly above dumb Gweilos.
If I I fly above dumb Gweilos, it's because they're against China.
If the world is against China, I’m against the whole world.
Till my last breath, I’ll support China.
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 No.83729

>>83725
Good lad
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 No.83905

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 No.83947

File: 1613585763406.gif (2.89 MB, 500x288, 0e963a9fe7f2fe7f87112d1d23….gif)

IT'S SO FUCKING COLD HERE, MAN. OUR STATE GRID IS ROLLING BLACKOUTS, AND THEY WON'T DO ANYTHING TO HELP US.

PLEASE LIBERATE US GENERAL SECRETARY XI JINPING
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 No.84584

>>84436
>70k likes
Not gonna lie, TikTok zoomers do more to rupture the current hegemony than any leftist I know right now
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 No.84640

>>84584
zoomers are our revolutionary vanguard
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 No.84651

Fuck china and their 100% natural virus that definitely wasn't made or modified in a lab.
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 No.84653

>>84651
forgot the flair
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 No.84654

>>84653
And why do I care?
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 No.84655

>>84654
because ur gay
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 No.84657

>>84655
You'd like me to be gay that, wouldn't you?
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 No.84658

>>84654
officer, you need to flair your post accordingly or you won't get paid at the end of the month.
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 No.84659

>>84658
Yes, because everyone here is a LEO. Except you. And I suppose you think I'm a fucking yank as well. XD
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 No.84662

>>84659
I'm just assuming nobody would be this moronic to do the shilling for free.
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 No.84664

>>84662
So you made a moronic assumption?
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 No.84666

>>84662
Hurr durr hurr! Everyone who wrongthunks is a shill and is paid! Hurr durr hurr!
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 No.85022

>>84651
t. /pol/
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 No.85063

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 No.85467

Right now, a german study claims, that COVID has its origin in a lab in Wuhan! Google the name Roland Wiesendanger, he is the scientist who was directing the study. German mainstream (private and government) media is now full of headlines, that COVID is man-made virus! Something big is going on and it is now beginning….

https://www.ndr.de/nachrichten/hamburg/Hamburger-Forscher-Coronavirus-stammt-wohl-aus-Labor,corona6764.html
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 No.85469

File: 1613695355378.png (23.83 KB, 1046x150, Screenshot from 2021-02-19….png)

>>85467
Here, it's even already on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Wiesendanger
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 No.85470

>>85467
>>85469
Is there a paper behind this claim or is it just media circus?
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 No.85476

>>85472
Ah there is, I'm actually literally a biologist, there's been a lot of rumors and I'll be honest that since China has not allowed any form of investigation into the origins of the virus it's only made many people extremely scrupulus, especially considering certain features the virus has.
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 No.85498

>>85467
Is this just because the WHO decided this wasn't the case?
Why is leftypol so fucking gullible.
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 No.85503

>>85498
Actually the time stamp for the recent supplies made me pretty suspicious. Seems like we got ourselves some astroturf here boys.
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 No.85512

>>85498
The WHO was saying that the virus was for sure natural a few months ago, TBH I feel like they can't make up their minds.
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 No.85513

>>85498
>Why is leftypol so fucking gullible.
I would also initially think, that this whole thing is just a media spectacle. But what I find suspicious, is that the german state media is reporting on this now! I don't know, how true this story is, it is only since a few hours public. Maybe I'm exaggerating it, but I'm quite nervous…
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 No.85514

>>85512
>>85513
Krauts are naturally duplicitous wish-washy creatures. Basically whatever they accuse the jews of being, they are that.
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 No.85515

>>85513
It's not peer reviwed yet so it's irresponsible to report on, but truth is the data doesn't look good. I'd love to hear a more pro-China take on all the points in the paper.
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 No.85519

File: 1613697225961-0.png (40.07 KB, 837x351, 5384576378945984.png)

File: 1613697225961-1.png (40.11 KB, 648x279, 59459379548.png)

>>85503
The timing is interesting isn't it?
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 No.85520

>>85515
I have no idea why you're posting a german article in a primarily english speaking imageboard though. It sounds fishy as fuck to me that I don't even see this shit on reddit.
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 No.85522

>>85515
>VOA
>CNN
Not sure what your position here is, but there was this fag who claimed to ride hot rods in China and started blathering about anti-jewish shit about how the Chinese are ruled by them or some shit and this just has the same vibe to it here.
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 No.85526

>>85520
1. I didn't post it
2. There are tons of germans here, germans love them some socialism.

>>85522
Asking for opinions on the paper not ad hominems on the man who made it. What are dengist opinons of the protein spike, the lack of sequences, etc?
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 No.85530

>>85526
I cant' read German so I can't read up this research here.
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 No.85532

>>85522
Oh, I haven't the read the study or really care about it. But it wouldn't surprise me if there are astroturf campaigns, I would expect it, because Merkel is on her way out and there's likely jockeying to put anti-China messages out there. Some "tells" are hyping something up, teasing it, "this is making me nervous guys… something big is happening…"
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 No.85538

>>85532
That last bit is classic /pol/speak isn't it? It's the sort of syntax that you would find with qanon types, this desire to make you curious and anxious and afraid. They know that scared people are more likely to fall for their deception.
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 No.85539

>>85530
Some is in engilsh, here let me copy paste:
"To this date, the most critical piece of evidence on the purposed “natural origin” theory of
SARS-CoV-2, was the sequence known as RaTG13, allegedly collected from a single fecal
sample from Rhinolophus Affinis. Understanding the provenance of RaTG13 is critical on the
ongoing debate of the Origins of SARS-CoV-2. However, this sample is allegedly “used up”
and therefore can no longer be accessed nor sequenced independently, and the only available
data was the 3 related Genbank accessions: MN996532.1, SRX7724752 and SRX8357956.
We report these datasets possessed multiple significant anomalies, and the provenence of the
promised claims of RaTG13 or it’s role in proving a “probable bat origin” of SARS-CoV-2 can
not be satisfied nor possibly be confirmed."
"ur previous work provided phylogenetic
evidence of this, but the lack of an isolate or evidence that bat SL-CoVs can naturally infect
human cells, until now, had cast doubt on this hypothesis. Second, the lack of capacity of SL-
CoVs to use of ACE2 receptors has previously been considered as the key barrier for their direct
spillover into humans, supporting the suggestion that civets were intermediate hosts for SARS-
CoV adaptation to human transmission during the SARS outbreak. However, the ability of SL-
CoV-WIV1 to use human ACE2 argues against the necessity of this step for SL-CoV-WIV1
and suggests that direct bat-to-human infection is a plausible scenario for some bat SL-CoVs.
This has implications for public health control measures in the face of potential spillover of a
diverse and growing pool of recently discovered SARS-like CoVs with a wide geographic
distribution."
"no native SL-CoV from bats could use ACE2 as receptors and infect human cells, only when
its RBD is replaced with the counterpart from a human SARS-CoV strain"
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 No.85542

>>85538
>That last bit is classic /pol/speak isn't it?
Dude, I'm genuinly anxious and afraid! I am, because our state media usually doesn't make such headlines! Perhaps people in america are used to media circus and we have the same with our private media. But the fact, that this story was published by state media is what making me nervous
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 No.85544

File: 1613698489021-0.png (103.09 KB, 883x459, Screenshot from 2021-02-19….png)

File: 1613698489021-1.pdf (4.69 MB, 212x300, Studie_Corona-Pandemie_Wie….pdf)

>>85472
>>85539
Yes, some parts of the document are in english
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 No.85545

this shit is retarded. evolutionary biologists have been warning us about viruses getting stronger due to medicine for years. something like coronavirus is inevitable, it doesn’t need to be man-made.
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 No.85548

>>85545
But the German state media (well specifically one in northern Germany) says it's man made which is kind of odd sense it seems like Germany is moving closer to Russia-China and it seems like most Germans would just rather be neutral but I don't know if North Germany is just like Alabama to Germany or not.
>>85544
I don't even know what to make of this. What does it even say?
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 No.85556

>>85548
>I don't even know what to make of this. What does it even say?
True, I have no clue about this stuff :D But I wanted to post a screenshot, so people can see what they can expect from the document
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 No.85559


>>85548
To sum up the biology bits I've read so far:
>The reason that the WHO said the virus is natural is because of ONE sequence which has now been used up and can't be used anymore
< Biologist comment: This is awful, it's hard to put this into non stem gibberish but it's like coming to the conclusion you caught a killer with ONE strand of hair and all the other strands of hair are different, if it's true it's very damning for both the WHO and China, in fact that hair could just be a computer glitch.

>SL-COVs usually lack the ACE2 receptor and Chinese created a chimeric SL-COV with the ACE2 receptor in a lab in wuhan

< Biologist comment : this was the initial spark to the covid lab conspiracy theory, the ACE2 receptor on SL-COV is like finding a fish that glows in the dark, it COULD be natural but usually it's a transgenic fish, right?
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 No.85564

>>85559
Thank you, based biology-anon
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 No.85567

>>85559
However it's not all super grim like that, a lot of it is about the safety violations of the Wuhan lab. This paper looks less like "IT's a chinese bioweapon!!11" and more "It's a Chinese lab accident" in my opinion.

>Biologist comment: usually in the US viruses this dangerous are kept as neutered molecules that are seprate from each other so the virus is never actually actively replicating, the Wuhan sicentists did not do this and actively sought to create models for the evolution of more dangerous SARS evolution which unfortunately they kept live in the lab instead of in a neutralized state, several forms of SARS viruses engineered by the wuhan lab were spreading to experimental animals unintentionally
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 No.85569

File: 1613699756633.gif (890.66 KB, 400x225, spookfish.gif)

>>85559
>is like finding a fish that glows in the dark, it COULD be natural but usually it's a transgenic fish, right?
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 No.85577

>>85567
In America experiments like this were only done before the outbreak of the Ebola Reston virus in the 80s, which similarly mutated from experimental monkeys, the virus started out as being transmissbile through bodily fluids only until one day it mutated and became airborne.
>Which lead to the events of the novel/Movie the hot zone
<Viruses are extremely dangerous to experiment on like the Wuhan lab did, they multiply very quickly and evolve even faster than that, having these viruses live in the wuhan lab was a terrible idea.
>>85569
If I was a spook I could have acess to the delicious real US COVID statistics or something really cool like that, instead I am a broke grad student who is just reading this, remember: It's not peer reviewed, so in reality no conclusions about it can be made until then, I'm just sharing my thoughts.
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 No.85581

>>85567
>it is about the safety violations of the Wuhan lab

Even if this would be the case, wouldn't China still had to bear responsibility? This is like Chernobyl but on a global scale!
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 No.85586

>>85581
lel, things like what is proposed in the paper have happened before as I've said, sure some people will try to spin it as Chernobyl 2 but in reality it does happen, the Ebola Reston virus did not kill any humans that we know of but still was an absolute disaster for American virology.
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 No.85587

>>85581
To who the west (which seems like the only place that is actually having problems really)? The same west that fucked them over time and time again?
>>85586
I think the question I want to really ask here is that the actual methodology that the WHO used or is there just some misconception as to how the WHO went about things.
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 No.85589

>>85587
I'm not sure, I have no experience with the WHO and don't know shit about them honestly and their procedures. I'm microbiologist but I research organisms that don't cause disease, so that's where my knowledge of this ends.
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 No.85590

File: 1613700610051.gif (341.34 KB, 763x809, burger.gif)

>>85577
Is this the power of burger education? I wasn't *necessarily** calling you a glowie… I was pointing out that it is ofc natural, but reading your reaction, well…
WATCH: Deep-Sea Spookfish Is One of The World's Most Eerily Beautiful Animals
https://www.sciencealert.com/watch-deep-sea-spookfish-is-one-of-the-worlds-most-eerily-beautiful-animals
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 No.85593

>>85590
burger education is sometimes wishing you were a class enemy sometimes because you are always broke :(
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 No.85600

>>85590
It seems like the take away here is that they think the WHO didn't do enough to research shit which I mean is probably not fed, I just think that the ramping up of paranoia IS suspicious but it might also just be some dumbass making a dumb move. Since you would still need to make several leaps of logic to end up thinking the chinks did a nasty nasty bad boy move.
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 No.85601

>>85600
Yes exactly,

Okay so the tail end of this paper is all about the controversy over similar experiments to those in Wuhan but all over the world, specifically "gain of function research" where scientist try to create living models of viruses getting more dangerous. So it's completely possible that everything that the Wuhan lab did was completely OK by WHO standards.
So yeah, China would probably not be blamed by the scientific world if it was an accident and they followed the "rules", however, most people are not scientists

>basically everyone nation was pushing to do this dangerous and controversial form of research, China was just one among many.
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 No.85605

>>85601
TL;DR if this paper pases peer review:
>The nations of the world were messing with very dangerous forms of research, China included
>If everything was following the rules in the Wuhan lab than the WHO is now double fucked
>Everyone knows the WHO did jack when the virus first hit the streets, and if this paper holds true then they are double fucked for allowing the dangerous gain of function experiments AND bungling the handling of the virus
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 No.85630

>>85605
All that being said, the thing that's really going to hurt China here is their refusal to allow inspectors, since no one outside the CPC can even look inside of Wuhan, everyone is going to assume guilty before proven innocent in the political sphere.

Opening up NOW would be the best option but we all know it's not going to happen because the tensions are too high.
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 No.85634

Man, you've thought that 2020 was a hell ride? Get ready for 2021…
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 No.85794

>>85630
>everyone is going to assume guilty before proven innocent in the political sphere.
be honest anon, the communist party is obviously hiding something because there's literally no reason to do this
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 No.85818

OK, I've read a part of the document and it has some strong arguments:
>There is a institute for virology in Wuhan
>This institute has the world's biggest collection of bat viruses
>There is evidence, that the security measures of the institute are shit

Too many coincidences for my taste… I never denied the existence of Covid, but I think I'm going to believe, that this virus is indeed an experiment which accidently escaped from a lab.
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 No.85821

>>85818
You are why we'll never have a revolution, pure retardation and inability to critically evaluate anything beyond just jumping to batshit conspiracies
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 No.85825

File: 1613710909587.gif (454.13 KB, 200x200, steamuserimages-a.akamaihd….gif)

>>85821
>batshit conspiracies
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 No.85831

>>85825
:^)

but the rest of my post was serious, it genuinely is so fucked up that when normal people decide to be 'anti-elite' and populist it's always over the most idiotic fake shit like that corona was made in a lab, or the texas snow is fake, or whatever the fuck

https://twitter.com/FullContactMTWF/status/1362601137317191684?s=20
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 No.85832

>>85831
I don't know man, this document was released by an actual university. So it can't be total bunk (I hope)
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 No.85843

>>85832
This theory has been going around since last May (that COVID was an evolved RaTG13 lab escape) but no once paid any attention to it. I guess the west needs to trot out a novel theory to bash China now that the older theories are no longer working.
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 No.85962

Coronavirus traces found in March 2019 sewage sample, Spanish study shows
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-spain-science-idUSKBN23X2HQ
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 No.85964

File: 1613719762435.jpg (1.53 MB, 1920x1080, 102716_CLAS_39.jpg)

>>85832
I admire your navitee. Often states/thinktanks or aligned people will put out papers through universities to add a vaneer of legitimacy and provide another aspect of the It is I think an aspect of the MIl-Ind-Complex revolving door. See: Every 'counter-terrorism' experts in the bush/blar and post- years.
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 No.86059

>>85467
Nova, even German state media denounced that: https://www.zdf.de/nachrichten/politik/corona-labortheorie-universitaet-hamburg-100.html
The study came from a physicist who cited a bunch of YouTube videos lol
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 No.86060

>>85476
>China has not allowed any form of investigation into the origins of the virus
What the fuck of course they have! Why do you lie and pretend to be "an actual biologist"
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 No.86064

>>86059
Thank you other German poster.
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 No.86066

>>85476

I'll bite. Certain features such as what, Mr. biologist?
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 No.86088

>>86059
>study came from a physicist who cited a bunch of YouTube videos lol
the state of science under capitalism
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 No.86554

>>86059
>sources: "Focus", Twitter and Youtube
not gonna read up on that but there it is. If this is a joke it's pretty funny.
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 No.86589

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>Tfw mom calls me to tell me the Chinese government is gang raping women and putting microchips in their bodies while sterilizing them
<This is the sort of shit CNN is passing off as “news”
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 No.86622

>>86059
>Nova
Who?
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 No.86654

>>86066
The polypeptide binding site, usually other SARS-COV viruses have only one, but this baby has four.

<However, given the lag in reporting of the virus there's more of a possibility that it bounced around between hosts and picked up the other peptides that way, so it's not any proof of anything on it's own
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 No.86664

>>86059
Well there you go lol, guess I'm the fool lol.
<me the biology guy lol I suck
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 No.86667

>>86664
Buddy, I went to grad school for biochemistry in America, and let me tell you, yank STEMlords (even western ones, too) are pretty fucking retarded and should be taken with a grain of salt. Just because you're a "biology guy" doesn't mean shit.
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 No.86672

>>86667
True, American education is shit.
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 No.86878

Max has a deep dive on Adrien Zenz. Interesting quote in the article comes from a U.S. Naval War College professor (military academy) who says Zenz is full of shit, so it makes me wonder with Trump out of the picture, people within institutions in proximity to the U.S. government are free now to speak out and push back against the far right whackos.

https://thegrayzone.com/2021/02/18/us-media-reports-chinese-genocide-relied-on-fraudulent-far-right-researcher/
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 No.86892

>>85964
True. But does this mean, that there is no free science? Is science always political?
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 No.86918

>>86878
Adrian Zenz is a rightoid lunatic but the quality of this article is dogshit for including twitter spats, he should just cover that stats he doesn't need to include that Zenz blocked some dude on fucking Twitter.
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 No.86922

File: 1613764633265.pdf (1.24 MB, 199x300, [email protected])

BayArea415 wants to make his next video about this book, so I snatched it on sci-hub. I'll read it and then be able to tell you whether he is lying.
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 No.86926

>>86878
They will purge white nationalists and avowed neo-Nazis but these neocon warhawk types won't be touched. The state dept has already committed to destabilizing the region
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 No.86930

>>86922
Hell yeah!
Thanks Comrade!
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 No.86934

>>86926
Neocon war hawks are the state department lol
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 No.86940

>>86922
Xi jinping already said china will never return to planned economics I don't know why you still hold on to the dream that china will become an epic socialist country 2050.
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 No.86945

>>86922
>whether he is lying.
Why should he lie?
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 No.86952

>>86940
Xi said they wont go back to mao era central planning thats bc they will use Alibabas infrastructure and algorithms to create Cyber-Socialism
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 No.86992

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>>86952
>they will use Alibabas infrastructure and algorithms to create Cyber-Socialism
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 No.87021

>>86952
That's very optimistic of you is there any proof that they are planning something like this?
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 No.87044

>>87021
See him cite the PRC adopting IMF / World Bank approved digitization procedures of their monetary currency as "proof" of China "doin teh cybernetikz"
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 No.87047

>>87021
well in the speech you mentioned Xi said they wont go back to mao era central planning if he meant they will just have a free market he would have said there wont be any central planning
He specified mao era bc it would be literally retarded to do that when you have Quantum Computing algorythms etc
There are other intersting things happening specially in the way chinese commerce is modernized and centrallized
I have attached two ressources for you they wont prove my point but I hope they will stimulute the discourse
https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1051715.shtml
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URuS-FbEmfM&ab_channel=ARTEde
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 No.87049

>>87044
Thats not a point I would make I found the discourse about eLaborVouchersTM to be rather dumb
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 No.87088

>>87047
The article you liked just shows jack maw talking about the concept but nothing about what the actual CPCs stance on the matter is.
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 No.87103

>>87088
As I said they wont prove me point
Its just intersting to see that there is public discourse about this matter in china
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 No.87566

>>86922
Chapter 3 is the most important chapter, regarding the contradiction in contemporary Chinese society.
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 No.87620

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I knew a fat American guy who moved to China to teach English and this happened to him. Like old ladies who were his neighbors saying "you're too fat!" Also one of these old ladies smoked, because cigarette smoking is really common in China, so he spit back in Chinese "you should smoke more so you die sooner" and she burst out laughing. I think people are just blunt to each other in a kind of brutal way in China.
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 No.87689

>>87620
yes, calling out fatties is too brutal of a society
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 No.87698

>>87689
I'm not complaining about it. Where I come from, people don't do that, it's all gentle judgement while they save the harsher stuff for when they talk about other people behind their backs.
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 No.87705

>>86945
Because that's what liars do
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 No.87708

>>86922
If he is lying, you should call him out in the comments. I will read it too and see for myself
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 No.87769

>>87708
>If you want to critique him
>you should bump his analytics
Nah, the anon doesn't have to do that at all. Critiquing him on here is just fine.
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 No.87792

I thought I was cold…
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 No.87825

>>86952
Unreal levels of cope
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 No.88312

File: 1613858933130.mp4 (12.15 MB, 1280x676, karakorum_spirit.mp4)

>>87792
Chinese propaganda is so based. They do it really well. This almost sounds like Elder Scrolls music playing as soldiers power up to go Super Saiyan and declare that the spirit of fallen heroes will fill them with the strength to defend every inch of the motherland. We seek peace… but do not trifle with us! I'm thinking, damn, they really know how to do this kind of thing over there.

Also interesting, they honor their four dead and describe their actions, and they killed 20 Indian soldiers, but they don't mention that part, they just say the Indians were "defeated and speedily retreated." I think it's a different mentality from the "bodycount" logic that has fueled so many wars.
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 No.88371

>>86922
>spr*Nger
into the trash it goes
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 No.88874

>>88371
What's wrong with Springer?
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 No.89408

>>88312
Damn this shit based as hell
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 No.89417

>>88874
I don't think there is anything wrong with Springer.
I wonder if anon was thinking about Axel Springer.
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 No.89450

>>89417
Springer is one of those parasitic academic publishing mafias, fuck Springer is the right sentiment. That being said, there's no reason to dismiss specific work just because it is published in a Springer journal.
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 No.89456

>>89450
Sure, what I mean is there is nothing wrong with them that isn't par for the course for a large publishing house.
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 No.89509

File: 1613951382302.pdf (636.15 KB, 232x300, The Strategic Consequences….pdf)

>The Strategic Consequences of Chinese Racism A Strategic Asymmetry for the United States. author redacted, sent to the directof of the Pentagon´s OSD office Andrew Marshall

Thought it might prove interesting for the folks here, the first half is very interesting but im nearing the end and I can see why it was leaked to the public. Its author is censored but the recepient, Andrew Marshall who at least at the time of publication (2010) was the director of the OSD office of the Pentagon, its in english so dw
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 No.89512

Maybe not the most pertinent thing, but I'll give it a go.
【咬人猫】 dududu!
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 No.89530

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>>89512
Xianxia is China's greatest cultural export and all the people who disagree need to have their cultivations crippled.
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 No.89534

>>89530
You ever play Amazing Cultivation Simulator?
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 No.89547

>>89534
No but now I need to.
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 No.89746

>>88874
poor quality books in general
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 No.90013

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:(
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 No.90014

>>90013
Highly Based. Especially the last One. Thanks fuck the Chinese Military isn't so high on Idealist Nonsense like the Burger Military
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 No.90015

>>90014
Idealist Nonsense like Religion*
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 No.90345

>>87620
I remember this being posted before or somewhere else
good laughs lel
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 No.90946

File: 1614071698118-0.mp4 (3.79 MB, 800x600, CPC_philosophical_notes.mp4)

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So I've been following the CPC's monthly study video courses covering Marxist theory. I wish this stuff was subtitled so I could understand it (of course I could also try learning the language). But this month, they're doing Lenin's Philosophical Notes with a professor of Marxism from Fudan University.

I tried roughly translating the intro graphics though.

https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/cw/volume38.htm
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 No.90947

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I also like how the set looks like the bridge of a starship.
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 No.90952

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>>90013
Also a little fact: The red flag badge on the third soldier indicates he's a party member. He was 24 years old.
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 No.91199

Lots of anger on Weibo for the loss of 4 PLA soldiers
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 No.91234

>>91199
What happened?? Why did they die?
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 No.91238

>>91199
Is it about the indian border dispute?
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 No.91261

>>91234
>>91238
Yeah, these guys >>90013

https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1VV411Z77Q/?spm_id_from

On bilibili too it's full of videos with them
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 No.91966

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>marxist education in China
just search 马克思主义(marxist) on bilibili
https://search.bilibili.com/all?keyword=马克思主义

UI translation: https://github.com/the1812/Bilibili-Evolved
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 No.91969

>>90013
>Getting killed because of border disputes in 2021
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 No.91970

>>91969
I'm sure a lot of Mexicans have been recently killed. To many, even the U.S. border can be disputed.
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 No.91971

>>91970
Mexicans get killed, because they cross the border. Why did these chinese soldiers got killed? Did they crossed the border too?
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 No.91989

>>91971
Some don't even cross the border tho.
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 No.92024

>>91966
Wtf the Chinese like Wolff?
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 No.92469

>>65640
I'm fucking stupid, what is this cable explaining?
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 No.92505

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>>91985
>vtubers
for what purpose.
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 No.93318

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It's clear as day that China will be the new hegemon in a matter of years. How do we personally take advantage of this fact? That is, how do we make money off this?
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 No.93328

>>93318
Invest in Soros bucks and Jinping bennies (tm) on the stonks market
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 No.93330

>>93318
I invest into chinese companies
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 No.93360

>>93318
Embrace china to gain funding for your communist party, but promote a maoist reformist view on the CPC to maintain an anti-revisionist stance against dengism.
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 No.93391

>>93318
I just have stock in Chinese companies. The ones I've been following really shot up over the last year though:
$BILI - Chinese video sharing website, similar to NicoNico Douga.
$NIO - Chinese electric car manufacturer. A bit hyped since it's expected to rival Tesla.

(Disclaimer: I am not a financial advisor and this is not investment advice.)
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 No.93550

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 No.93661

>>93550
Based af for sure.
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 No.93683

>>93550
What a load of nonsense, so it's not enough that he was paying all the bills at the time?
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 No.93715

>>93318
start a YourCountry-China friendship association and join the CPC
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 No.93716

File: 1614241075877-0.mp4 (14.55 MB, 640x360, chinese_drill.mp4)

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I've heard about the "neo-Confucian" character of the CPC whey talk about how a socialist society should be "beautiful" and "harmonious" but I didn't know much about Confucius, but I read that social rituals were a big thing for him. These traditional, social rituals are tied up in a concept known as "Li" (礼) , and his ideal Chinese emperor would be perfect at acting out these learned social rituals, but was also so perfect and disciplined at it that it would be spontaneous.

It's an interesting paradoxical thought, but I see this with handshakes. It's learned, social behavior, but you eventually become so practiced at it that it's natural and spontaneous. And in terms of political rituals, Americans do this too, like with the presidential inaugurations. It's true in every society in some sense, either centrally or in part (and the intensity or strength of its importance varies), of repeated patterns of traditional activity and pledges and oaths that give order and structure to the society and give people meaning. Now, Confucius can be thought of as a conservative and he was also big into a rigidly stratified and hierarchical society, although he was an ancient philosopher in same manner as Socrates and Plato and you could also argue that he was a radical in his time because he felt the society was just falling apart. And the yin to Confucius' yang would be the Daoists which is like the Chinese version of "fuck you I'll do what I want."

Confucianism also has a concept of "Ren" (仁) which would almost be like combining the words "humanity" and "heart," and implies that virtue comes from embodying Li, effortlessly and beautifully, but also being altruistic and treating people well. You've so internalized the morays of your culture that your spontaneous desires sync up perfectly with them. And that's an amazing vision, really.

So I was thinking about that while watching these cheesy PLA parade drill practice video, and you have to love the epic movie trailer music (we're gonna have a montage!), but this whole ironic, I'm-too-cool-for-school blah blah funk that the West has descended into, man, I dunno. The CPC prefers to sweat it to the oldies like Marx, Lenin… and Confucius. Only three of the most important political philosophers in world history. What did those guys know???
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 No.94316

CGTN:
>Chinese government representatives and their official foreign policy documents have gone to great lengths over the years to describe their country's outlook on international relations. In theoretical terms, it more closely resembles the neoliberal one of promoting complex interdependence through trade than the structural realism (…)

CGTN is saying, that chinese foreign policy is neoliberal?

https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-02-17/A-respectful-rebuttal-to-Professor-Mearsheimer-s-China-predictions-XWZVx3MyuA/index.html
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 No.94951

>>94316
>Editor's note: Andrew Korybko is a Moscow-based American political analyst. The article reflects the author's views and not necessarily those of CGTN.
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 No.95214

File: 1614312376304-0.pdf (782.8 KB, 67x118, America Against America - ….pdf)

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So here's a treat for my friends at leftypol. Wang Huning, the party's top ideologue and advisor to Xi, wrote a book called "America Against America" published in 1991 about the contradictions of American society based on his travels in the U.S. at the time including during the 1988 presidential election.

It has never been translated into English until now, and I have a copy to share with you all.

This was translated with DeepL software, which is much better than Google Translate. There are some errors but it's entirely readable in English.

Some more background on Wang: he was a professor of international relations at Fudan University in Shanghai where he gained the attention of allies of Jiang Zemin in the 1990s. In 2002, he headed the very important Central Policy Research Office and joined the Politburo Standing Committee – the CPC's top decision-making body – in 2017. He is widely regarded by outside observers as one of the most influential theorists in the country, which de facto makes him one of the most influential theorists in the world.

He has written several books, including National Sovereignty (1987), Comparative Political Analysis (1987), An Analysis of Contemporary Western Political Science (1987), Fighting Corruption: China's Experiment (1990), and co-edited books such as Logic of Politics: Marxist Principles of Political Science (1989). His advisor at Fudan University before he became a professor was Chen Qiren, an authority on Marx's works and Das Kapital. Wang's thesis was titled, "From Bodin to Maritain: On Sovereignty Theories Developed by the Western Bourgeoisie." His book National Sovereignty is a historical survey of the concept, tying it in with Marxist-Leninist concepts of national equality and self-determination.

The book covers a wide range of topics regarding the United States ranging from his observations about: Manhattan, Chinatown, "the heights of commodification," the Amish and the Amana colonies and the decline of farming; the American political spirit and the American national character, the space shuttle program, and America's "multileveled social control" system which includes the "invisible hand" and the "money-managed society," the legal culture and taxation system and its scientific administrators. There is a chapter of "interwoven political power" which he called the "rule of donkey and elephant," the party share-spoiling system, lobbyists, radical organizations and the contradiction between pluralism and meritocracy.

He spends a chapter on the 1988 presidential election, and spends another chapter on the "political pyramid" from Congress to the states to county politics. That is followed by a chapters on "soft governance" and "reproducing the system" which covers driver's licenses, workplace principles ("a company is not a democracy"), a visit to the Coca-Cola headquarters, and sections on the education system, MIT, the Kennedy School of Government, the U.S. Naval Academy, etc.

Lastly, there is a chapter on "active intelligence" (think tanks) and "hidden crises." This last chapters covers family values, wandering youths, the criminal underworld, beggars, racism against black people and Native Americans, and whether America is facing a looming "spiritual crisis" of values.
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 No.95274

Why is no one talking about the new Three Rural policy.
It comes off quite based.
Is Xi actually Amin pilled.
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 No.95285

>>95274
Because it's only discussed in Chinese language media.
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 No.95316

>>95214
thx I'll read it. Could you please post Chinese version too? we can probably start a thread on >>>/edu/ to track errata and promote further discussion.
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 No.95332

>>95214
incredible addition man, im gonna read it right now
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 No.95429

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lol he ran into the SWP selling newspapers. Pro-Cuba Trots. And the Trot girl told him China wasn't socialist, which disappointed him. Then he's like, I agree with them about a lot of stuff, but man the left-wing radicals in this country are hopeless and people just ignore them… for now…
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 No.95451

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Why do people on the internet simp so hard for Hong Kong
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 No.95457

>>95451
Because they're all retards that haven't read anything that isn't thought terminating internet memes.
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 No.96266

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 No.96422

>>95214
>It has never been translated into English until now, and I have a copy to share with you all.
How did you obtained this book? Did you translated it?
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 No.96428

>>94951
>The article reflects the author's views and not necessarily those of CGTN.

Apparently CGTN doesn't opposes the author's claim, that chinese foreign policy can be described as neoliberal, otherwise they wouldn't have published his article.
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 No.96436

>>95451
Because China is breaking an international agreement with force.
Pretty simple stuff.
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 No.96441

File: 1614377867391.jpg (113.13 KB, 600x457, this capitalist.jpg)

>>96436
<Because China is breaking an international agreement with force.
Nigga…
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 No.96454

>>96436
>Because China is breaking an international agreement with force.
Pretty simple stuff.
How bout you keep the hongkies Englishman, China keeps Hong Kong? Everyone's happy.
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 No.96610

>>96422
Here. I think he does random deep translations like this:

https://twitter.com/JaakWaller/status/1353100985325903872
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 No.96912

>>95429
Reminds me of this (also software translated) paper from 2014: http://myy.cssn.cn/english/academics_research/201409/t20140930_1975556.shtml
Nothing's new under the sun in the West.
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 No.96917

>>96436
Anglo cope at its best
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 No.96918

File: 1614434729693.mp4 (2.39 MB, 640x360, red_detachment.mp4)

If you haven't watched the "Red Detachment of Women" it's a pretty awesome movie if you like seeing fascists and landlords getting owned.
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 No.97838

https://www.sixthtone.com/news/1006887/first-chinese-province-scraps-residency-restrictions

Seems Hukou restrictions are getting more and more relaxed in China. What will this mean? Is this a net positive or a negative?
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 No.98069

>>96436
Not at all.

Formally, the Hong Kong laws did not violate the agreement.

Informally, Angloids and Burgers started propping up their color revolutionaries first, thus breaking neutrality.
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 No.98599

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 No.98603

>>98599
While I don't trust these votes im pretty sure Chinese government can fix poverty in the last 1000 villages easily.
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 No.98890

Goddamn it feels good to read how scared /pol/yps are of China. They should be. They can only cope post about muh bugmen.
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 No.99062

>>98603
>While I don't trust these votes
why not?
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 No.99162

File: 1614546825188.mp4 (13.97 MB, 640x360, loyalty.mp4)

>>98890
Protracted Cope and Seethe. I think this might've been what it felt like to be a leftist when Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher came to power. I've heard from older lefties that there was just a gradual, creeping inevitability to them that just couldn't be stopped. They didn't burn loud and hot. They understood power on a deeper level.

It's funny, really. The /pol/yps have been predicting (hoping) for an uprising or a dam bursting and drowning millions of people, but that hasn't happened, and China has done better than most countries at controlling the virus. Now they have no idea what to do, they've been hitting foul balls and striking out over and over again, and China doesn't care whatsoever about them freaking out or what they think about China at all, so the /pol/yps are getting even crazier.

I also feel the Chinese government has an amazing ability to respond in a completely straight-faced and diplomatic way that's like "stop hitting yourself" or "you're only making things worse for yourself, don't denigrate China." I'm from the South in the U.S. and I think the culture is similar, like an honor or face-saving culture. There's a backhanded insult where people will say "bless your heart," which basically means that you're a dope, but it sounds nice. An old lady saying "bless your heart…" is like saying you're a dumbass while allowing you to save face and walk away.

I think that's what China does, and people who hate China can't deal with it, so they just get crazier. The other option is to say "fuck it" and vicariously get excited about the based aesthetic Chinese trad regime which just so happen to share our fascist politics for realsies! Except they can't even do that because all the based Chinese government aesthetics are totally loaded with cool communist shit. But for me, this is tons of fun.
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 No.99196

>>30501
Can you explain to me, how democratic the PRC is? How the average Citizen factors in?
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 No.99976

>>99162
Pro traditional sure but fascist? Unlikely. But it is kind of hilarious how every one has fallen to crying and panicking. All I can hope for here in burger land is a Red Social Democracy at the very least. If every human being here can at least have all their needs met, really good low cost housing kind of like red Vienna, universal schooling at all levels, universal healthcare etc. Then I’ll gladly step into the new era of China but neoliberalism is a no no.
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 No.99978

>>99976
Oh not fascist at all. Didn't mean to imply that, but it's cute that some far rightists want Xi Jinping to be their friend.
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 No.99993

China is not as based as Cuban communism but over Venezuelan soc. dem., or basically it is soc. dem. but on steroids.

While the legacy of Mao's famed land reform persists, so does the Chinese Revolution. Read Amin.

They also don't actually have any problem with LGBTQ, but because it is a big country there are backwards customs that have persisted.
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 No.99999

2050
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File: 1614591804330.webm (1.99 MB, 782x440, 1614534182548.webm)

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 No.100073

>>100068
I'm not sure what this was intended to prove, but I'm sure it was something
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 No.100074

File: 1614592457345.gif (67.46 KB, 220x220, homer laugh gold king.gif)

>>100072
>south korea makes almost as much steel as the USA
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 No.100075

>>100073
It's a /pol/ bait vid. It triggers US conservatives (muh gay) and generally plays on the national insecurities of all burgers.
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 No.100076

File: 1614592563755.jpg (31.95 KB, 480x360, hqdefault(15).jpg)

>>100068
LMAO at the f-35 knockoffs on the chinese sude of the vid. Shaking in my boots chang. Why can't Vhinese into militarism?
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 No.100079

>>100075
Yeah I knew that, just find it dumb. Tho if it was intended to trigger burgers rather than being an actual argument I guess it could be worse.

>>100076
https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidaxe/2021/02/23/the-us-air-force-just-admitted-the-f-35-stealth-fighter-has-failed/?sh=2e984df41b16
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 No.100085

>>100076
Kelly Worries F-35 Flying Costs Won’t Hit Target, and That China May Get Next-Generation Air Dominance First
https://www.airforcemag.com/kelly-worries-f-35-flying-costs-wont-hit-target-and-that-china-may-get-ngad-first/
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 No.100089

>>100087
Yeah so? China lets the USA spend 100s of billions on their white elephant fighter, then steals all the data to clone their own cheaper version without all the 'optional extras' that made the F-35 such a meme. Seems like smart statecraft to me.
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 No.100091

>>100089
>optional extras
The Chinese figured out a way to build fighter planes without onboard pinball machines and vacuum cleaners.
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 No.100097

Most anti-china mentality is indeed based on chauvinism.
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 No.100102

>>100097
Yeah, but what fuels it is anglo insecurity.
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 No.100106

>>100097
The current discussion is about an anti-american video featuring counterfeit chinese f-35s. So if anti-china mentality is based on chauvinism, is anti-american, chinese, sentiment based on an inferiority complex?
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 No.100109

>>100106
Wtf its based on realpolitiks of getting rid of american neoliberal hegemony.
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 No.100115

>>100109
>Wtf its based on realpolitiks of getting rid of american neoliberal hegemony.
Oh so now you're saying using pop-psychology to analyze international relations is retarded? Huh.
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 No.100127

File: 1614595596949.jpg (35.47 KB, 1280x720, maxresdefault (1).jpg)

The Chinese were at least smart enough to build the F-35 clone with two engines instead of the F-35's single engine. A twin-engine jet can still fly on one engine. Probably important when you're operating over the ocean.
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 No.100134

File: 1614595904795.mp4 (27.14 MB, 640x360, chinese_military_pop.mp4)

>>100075
Yeah. I think it's funny though, the implication that Chinese soldiers don't rap. They love that stuff. They have PLA rap groups – and military girl and boy pop groups. It fucking owns
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 No.100142

Check the replies to the chinese cooking vids: https://boards.4channel.org/ck/thread/15660321

This is how rotten their brains are.
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 No.100145

>>100127
No need for two engines, exactly because of the ocean. If a fighter plane needs to land on the ocean they'll just pick it up later, because it floats there undisturbed.
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 No.100147

File: 1614596855114.jpg (32.08 KB, 1024x536, 69604_usnavyfa18fsuperhorn….jpg)

>>100145
Fun fact, the Americans were betting on Canada also buying F-35s, and the idea is that more foreign orders they got, the cheaper it would be because of economies of scale, but the Canadians realized the Americans were trying to hustle them into buying an overpriced fighter with a single engine, which is a problem for Canadian fighters that patrol the Arctic… since if the engine goes out, the pilot is going down in the tundra and will get eaten by polar bears.

They cancelled the deal and are buying F/A-18 Super Hornets instead.
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 No.100150

>>100147
dude, just shoot the bears
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 No.100154

https://www.sixthtone.com/news/1006902/whats-new-in-chinas-just-revised-criminal-law%3F

"In line with a draft version of the amendment released in December, the age of sexual consent has been raised from 14 to 16 when cases involve “special groups” such as legal guardians, foster parents, caretakers, or abusers in the education and medical sectors."

Vaushoids SEETHING right now
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 No.100156

>>100150
You just make it more angry by shooting it. Also wtf is happening with AIDF invasion here defending american military and their jet fighters?
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 No.100160

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 No.100163

File: 1614597709066-0.mp4 (20.36 MB, 640x360, PLA_rap.mp4)

File: 1614597709066-1.mp4 (21.95 MB, 640x360, PLA_ballet.mp4)

>>100156
I don't know, but I'm going to fight back with PLA rap and ballet videos. They'll bludgeon you with their hip-hop beats one second, and then crush you under their stiletto heels the next. It's like yin and yang. The imperialist yankees won't know what to expect.
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 No.100164

>>100156
Git gud chang. You can come dab on America when you start designing your own original aircraft.
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 No.100179

>>100164
>NOOOOOO YOU CAN'T JUST COPY MY DESIGNS, IT'S UNSPORTING
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 No.100184

File: 1614599365744.jpg (15.4 KB, 300x300, Fake-Apple-Logo.jpg)

>>100179
It's lame and uninspiring. Do what you gotta do but you look like a clown trying to flex with cheap knockoffs.
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 No.100185

>>100184
It's war you fucking idiot. Letting 500k people die from corona because you spent all the money on fighters is 'lame'.
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 No.100187

>>100185
>It's war you fucking idiot.
And your knockoffs don't inspire fear.
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 No.100190

>>100187
knockoffs won wars, you moron
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 No.100191

>>100187
>military equipment is like the overpriced designer clothes my dad bought me
GIGACRINGE
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 No.100225

File: 1614602953497.jpg (188.67 KB, 1024x683, steamworkshop_webupload_pr….jpg)

>>100187
>knockoffs don't inspire fear.
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 No.100238

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File: 1614603857434-1.jpg (655.18 KB, 1200x900, 1200px-Stepanov_AKS-74Us.jpg)

>>100225
G3 is cooler but the 74u is heckin cute ngl.
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 No.100364

>>99999
Whoops HAHAHAHA
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 No.101111

File: 1614642959714.png (322.06 KB, 1000x750, vaushglow.png)

>>101107
We will push him to the left
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 No.101134

Australia is now paying the price economically for its hostility to China and slavish loyalty to the US
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/516874-australia-price-economically-hostility-china/
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 No.101137

>>101111
Seriously, has there ever been a person who glows as much as this guy?
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 No.101144

>>101134
Australia is quite literally a US corporation. You shouldn't expect anything less.
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 No.101148

>>101111
The idea that we can somehow "bully" Biden into being more left wing is so funny to me. Like what would are supposed to do, bitch in his twitter replies?
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 No.101171

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>>101134
GOUGH PLEASE WAKE UP AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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 No.101394

>>99999
Quids confirm I need to move
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 No.101673

>>101107
Its interesting that they want missile defense systems. How can counter hundreds of hypersonic missiles coming their way? Or is it for North Korean missiles unironically?
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 No.101681

https://leftypol.org/leftypol/res/99459.html

Its a sad reality that american leftists want silence the only path to final victory out of petty chauvinism/fear that their CIA controlled media is feeding them.
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>>101722
>meanwhile in america
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 No.101732

>>101731
We're all society.people
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 No.101736

I'm going to start learning chinese
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 No.101742

File: 1614694090443.jpg (7.07 KB, 180x281, spurdo marx.jpg)

>>101736
Good fucking luck
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 No.101748

China’s sweeping reforms will finally spell the end of Britain’s legacy in Hong Kong
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/516982-china-sweeping-reforms-hong-kong-uk/
>New laws imposed by Beijing to update Hong Kong’s electoral system will root out anti-Chinese campaigners and change the identity of the city permanently. It’s clear Britain’s colonial legacy is finally set to be erased.

>As China’s ruling party prepares to meet for its annual ‘two sessions’ on Friday, the biggest and most important political gathering of the year, Hong Kong is very much on the agenda.


>Beijing is moving to impose sweeping reforms to the special administrative region’s electoral system, closing down what it describes as a number of “loopholes” which have been utilized by “anti-China forces” and vowing to make the process “more patriotic.”
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 No.101764

File: 1614696018847.mp4 (26.72 MB, 1280x720, SCMP Explains_ China’s fiv….mp4)

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 No.101808

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 No.101817

File: 1614698562658.png (299.82 KB, 1558x899, 1.png)

Remember this recent South Park episode: https://www.southparkstudios.com/episodes/4yl119/south-park-band-in-china-season-23-ep-2 ?

Turns out it resulted in a total ban of the show in China. On the long run this will really hurt its competitiveness and profitability compared to other shows. Would love to see South Park die due to the creators' dogmatic free market principles.
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 No.101823

>>101817
Man I used to love South Park, but the show has gotten so boring over the last seasons. I used to watch every season, but I can't even bother anymore. Do they even produce new seasons anymore?

I remember when this episode aired, South Park became the Darling of Reddit, which is ironic given the Shows History
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 No.101827

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 No.101842

>>101827
Even if it's called a mental disorder, I don't see much evidence of active violent repression or discriminatory practices.
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 No.101848

There should probably be a translation group for these moon rune articles.
It seems that lots of interesting stuff gets missed or inadvertently skipped because of the difficulty of the language barrier.
Being able to actually read Chinese documents is probably better than the guessing that is dabbled in often around here.
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 No.101849

>>101848
Mandarin is a bitch of a language to learn though, especially if you're used to alphabetical systems
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 No.101851

>>101748
Finally. China has been extremely patient to have a one of its cities as a western colony and source of so much anti-china propaganda.
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 No.101852

File: 1614700718748.jpg (72.18 KB, 500x500, TheTrueCreatorOfTheFabricO….jpg)

>>101827
Wow! Based China!
>>101848
Chinese lettering looks like a bunch of chicken scratch you would see on a crashed UFO
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 No.101885

File: 1614701659136.jpg (1.67 MB, 1920x1969, Chinese.jpg)

>>101851
>>101852
>Chinese lettering looks like a bunch of chicken scratch you would see on a crashed UFO
Chinese looks like a language made by autustic sadists.
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 No.101909

File: 1614702284701.jpg (36.58 KB, 464x360, Utsurofune.jpg)

>>101885
I don't get how chinese never thought their lettering looked completely retarded, like something you'd get from stamping a paper with a brick of ramen with ink at the bottom. Asians have to be aliens, there is no way they are this retarded with their lettering, they even look otherworldly as well.(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)
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 No.101979

>>101909
>mom i found their new site!
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 No.101999

Why are you banning him, he is right

t. Studying chinese
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 No.102007

>>101909
>mutt jannies can't detect banter
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 No.102009

>>102007
Probably the seething Dengoid sinoboo janny
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 No.102012

>>102007
>/pol/yp tier low IQ posts are banter
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 No.102020

>>102009
Oh nevermind it was chingada caballo
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 No.102057

>>101849
They should have made an actual alphabet like the Koreans did
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 No.102063

>>101909
>muh asians are
>alyum
>retarded
>look bad
ban totally justified, shut up, simps
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 No.102119

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 No.102120



FLEXING IS BANNED ON CHINESE TIKTOK

http://www.sixthtone.com/news/1006912/chinas-tiktok-is-banning-users-who-brag-about-their-wealth

Yep i'm saying insanely based.
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 No.102152

File: 1614716000759.jpg (105.66 KB, 640x1046, 1609889590127.jpg)

>>102120
The age of irony is over. I will now bow before our dengist overlords
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 No.102162

>>102120
This is really good. I don't think people understand how harmful that shit is.

Say what you want about China, but it seems they only make good decisions.
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 No.102171

>>102162
They're very good in administering what they got.
The problem is that what they got is bad.
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 No.102189

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 No.102274

>>102120
they don't want the average prole to notice how hard china-porky is fucking them in the ass
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 No.102285

>>102120
Based, PMCs are getting put in their place whereas the PMCs in the USA produce Vaush and Shapiro.
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 No.102383

>real news
<0 replies

>muh TikTok, muh Rebbit, muh

<5 replies

fuck all of you, lmao
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 No.102432

>>101763
It's gonna burst soon for sure, and the sad truth is that we are gonna drag the Chinese down with us hard because of their real estate bubble.
China will probably recover faster though.
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 No.102629

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>>101827
>>101842
>>101852
>>101891
>>102119

You guys are such easy marks, I swear to God.
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 No.102799

File: 1614776024296.jpg (377.13 KB, 1080x1169, Screenshot_20210303-044530….jpg)

What the fuck is China actually like? I was talking about it to my mom after we were talking about how people back home in Mexico occasionally eat dog and I told her that (after she pivoted to China Dog Eating meme) and she was under the impression that most of China is as poor as Mexico but with slanty eyed yellah folk instead and I was like "no China has changed a lot in the last few decades" because of shit like this:

https://youtu.be/bK9MGAt45c8

and my incredibly reactionary older brother (terminal brain worms due to browsing 4chan since 2005) immediately called me a dumbass who is falling for Chinese propaganda and that I don't even hang out with Chinese people (area where I live has huge Asian population) and that his Chinese friends all say that China is an awful shithole and that all the nice cities that they have built are actually empty (implying that they're for show) and cheaply made. He was then like, "Did you see the article about China having ended all poverty? What a joke!" and started laughing hysterically.

Have I indeed been duped by the evil CCP? This spat really kind of depressed me because of how much it reeked of capitalist realism. I see those walking tours of China on Walk East and literally, nowhere, fucking NOWHERE IN THE ENTIRE FUCKING UNITED STATES looks that nice or well developed. And I live in the Bay Area too, the nicest it gets is Stanford shopping center in Palo Alto or (LOL) San Fransisco which is a literal shithole now and there's clear signs of decay basically everywhere in the richest region of the US and I'm genuinely confused by all of this.
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 No.102804

>>102799
>looks that nice or well developed
Communism is about changing relations of production at the base of society, not futuristic buildings and aesthetics. Not saying you can't have both, but the latter is not evidence of the former.
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 No.102811

>>102799
Ah yes,ethnicity gives you an hivemind with your fellows,so Asian people have direct news to the country of their genes,obviously.
He really does have terminal brain worms.
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 No.102832

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 No.102841

>>66692
The thing that bothers me most about the CPC is that autistic defense of "Traditional" China, it's stupid and antimaterialistic in a so called Leninist Party.
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 No.102842

>>102841
Doing the opposite would foster opposition.
The real thing to do would be not to care about it at all.
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 No.102855

>>102804
China doesn't claim to be "communist" in that sense.
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 No.102960

>>102855
In what sense is it "communist" then?
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 No.103035

>>102960
What is communism to you? I think the government's main priority is keeping 1.4 billion people fed.
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 No.103044

File: 1614790999334.png (19.01 KB, 540x177, 345347598347958734.png)

I remember a few weeks ago there was a discussion about these weird China-oriented collectives and whether they're glowies, and I think we decided that they're all glowies for different governments, and it looks like the weird pro-HK leftcom collective is doing what leftcoms do
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 No.103115

>>103035
Communism is absolute statism with a planned economy and labor vouchers that are not money.
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 No.103117

File: 1614794799111.jpg (67.93 KB, 644x631, makhnovia.jpg)

>>103115
No. Communism is when it's stateless after dissolving itself, which is why Anarchist Communism is the purest form of Communism.
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 No.103121

>>103117
Anarkid, my son, will you pick the security, prosperity and happiness of working shortening workweeks in the state factory and spending your free time with your family at your dacha and retiring at 55, or will you larp as "da real communist" in a disorganized hippy commune that will collapse when some fag will abuse their personal, emotional capital to become its kingpin?
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 No.103206

>>102120
baysed
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 No.103217

File: 1614799758496.png (227.41 KB, 733x605, anarkids-1.png)

>>103117
>Makhnovia.jpg
That is a 'Free Cossacks' flag, not a makhnovist flag buddy.
>>103121
>Anarkid, my son
How old are you?
>or will you larp as "da real communist" in a disorganized hippy commune that will collapse
>that will collapse
<was never designed or desired to be permanent
We will be outsiders in every society, pushing the envelopes and arming our desires everywhere we are, even your workers utopia. staymad:)
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 No.103218

>>103044
Not even mad, just disappointed. I like Chuang's analysis, far better than the radlibs at Hausan
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 No.103225

>>103218
I like them too. Could it be that they are not glowies and maybe just want to cover a story from all sides? Pro-PRC and PRO-NATO views etc. I know a lot of Anarchists like Chuang which would be funny if they are glowies.


Also, what is Huan? Are they that bad?
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 No.103239

>>103225
I wouldn't call them glowies yet. It's definitely worth noting that despite being overall an imperialist ghoul, Kissinger himself was very big into the "realist" camp of geopolitics and has particularly long been interested in maintaining dialogues between the US and PRC.
And I spelled the name wrong, the collective I was talking is "Lausan". I used to see them linked a lot on stupidpol. They're Hong Kongers with Western-inspired radlib/anarchist politics. More than likely not even glowies, but they push the same viewpoints when it comes to the PRC. I've even seen their twitter fans simp for US vaccine manufacturers because they claim the Chinese vaccine is bad
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 No.103249

>>103239
Lausan is NED tier glowing.
I'd say Chuang doesn't give me the same vibes but i still find them kinda fishy. (maybe cause they're leftcoms?)
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 No.103253

>>103044
I think the Spirit Breaking thing was simply plagiarism, it's not an alias b/c they cited Darren Byler twice. If you look at their resources page and their other essays, it's clear the Chuang writers are communists, and at least some are communizers. They arent' glowies like China-focused think tanks are.
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 No.103289

File: 1614803310217.pdf (8.85 MB, 232x300, The China Question Symposi….pdf)

>>103253
I should add that its really obvious when an organization is state-sponsored, thats why we call them glowies. The Made in China Journal is an example of a pseudo-left publication that focuses on labor rights, but is published by Australian National University and funded by the Australian Centre on China in the World, which was established by the Australian government and funded by them. They are also funded by the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, another government initiative launched in 1997.

So it's obvious they're glowing, but where it gets dangerous is when they start successfully penetrating socialist spaces. Verso books, Haymarket books, New Politics mag, the DSA, and Dissent mag hosted a symposium at the Verso loft called "The China Question: Toward a Left Perspective" and the Made in China journal made a prominent appearance. Attached is the symposium program.

My point with all this is that Chuang doesn't do this shit because they're communists, and we have to focus on the ACTUAL glowies like the MIC journal, the DSA "international committee" and all the radlibs at Dissent and New Politics.
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 No.103300

>>103289
I should add again that Kevin Lin, the guy from MIC at that symposium, also writes for Lausan (the HK radlib group). Wilfred Chan, another writer for Lausan, also presented.
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 No.103316

>>103289
I had to dictate the text of this message to another guy cause i got blind by reading the titles of that conference
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 No.103317

it's 2021, yet still no universal healthcare let alone single-payer healthcare in china
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 No.103322

>>103317
Dengoid will cope by saying "NOOOOO MUH 1,4 BILLION PEOPLE MUH HARMONIOUS SOCIETY NOOOOO" when USSR had public run healthcare even in the most desperate of times
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 No.103323

>>103316
>>103289
DSA niggas will really tone police greetings and salutations then use the same language as the Nazis when attacking the PRC
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 No.103352

>>103317
>>103322
your question assumes that hospital bills in China are comparable in prices to LibDem countries. the burden of proof is now on you.
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 No.103361

>>103352
What are the hospital bills like in China? I know they had a campaign to make healthcare more affordable by 2020 but beyond that I know 0 details.
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 No.103400

>>103352
Anything more than 0 is bad.
How about that you Dengoid faggot
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 No.103426

>>103322
Didn't Russia have like a pop max of 100,000 or so?
Actually I'm kind of surprised that the USSR managed to be so influencial whenever the USSR was like what half the size of the US and the EU?
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 No.103500

>>103289
>MIC journal
>Military-Industrial Complex journal
coincidence? I think not!
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 No.103513

>>103361
neither do I. which is why this bland concern trolling seems like pure cope. discussions on China seem to operate on so many assumptions about how comparable it is to liberal countries.
>>103400
that’s not mechanically possible retard.
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 No.103516

>>103513
0 cent more than production costs is possible though, and i don't see Chinese healthcare costing that.
"Better than the Us" should not be an excuse when Cuba in a situation 100x more desperate has a good health system overall.
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 No.103517

>>103513
>discussions on China seem to operate on so many assumptions about how comparable it is to liberal countries.
Okay but we do know that people pay for it and some people struggle to pay, we just don't know how widespread the struggling to pay actually is. I would assume a problem observed among some rural people in China is actually worse than it appears due to their financial, geographical and social position.
>that’s not mechanically possible retard.
le capitalist realism has arrived
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 No.103583

What's your opinion about westerners scaremongering with an imminent crisis in china because of its debt? Are they just coping? I'm too economically iliterate to form my own opion.
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 No.103589

>>103516
> and i don't see Chinese healthcare costing that.
let’s see the receipts then
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 No.103593

>>103583
I'm not an economist either, but as far as I know, Chinese debt is like 52% of their GDP whereas Yank debt is well over 100% of their own GDP.
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 No.103612

>>103589
The very fact coverage (as in type of operations covered) is not universal means that average health cost for a person will be higher than the equivalent costs with universal coverage.
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 No.103621

>>103593
52% is State debt.
You gotta add household debt+corporate debt+SOE debt to the total.

(Ofc that is also true for the other countries, its not a way to pick in China)
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 No.103624

>>103117
Wait so if Communism is stateless, isn’t it redundant to say anarcho communism? Basically communism communism or anarchism anarchism. You see how retarded this shit is? I fucking hate leftists.
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 No.103632

>>103621
Why add SOE debt?
They're state owned.
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 No.103635

>>103624
It would be redundant, if it weren't for all the so called communists that actually advocated for a highly centralised and unrepresentative state. Same reason that I have to specify 'democratic socialist', I shouldn't have to say that, yet thanks to certain people I do.
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>>103632
You're right: then let's say just SOE debt owned to private investors.
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 No.103674

>>103612
no it doesn’t. China’s still a highly regulated command economy. I have no reason to believe what you’re saying about the prices without formal evidence. You can’t just make projections based on the west
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 No.103680

>>103635
See I’m perfectly fine with this, I see the South America socialist countries as democratic socialist states like MAS and Chavistaism or however it’s called.
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 No.103909

>>103516
>"Better than the Us" should not be an excuse when Cuba in a situation 100x more desperate has a good health system overall.

Cuba has a population 1077 times smaller than China's and it can focus on providing better domestic services because it isn't trying to compete with imperialist powers for geopolitical hegemony. Trying to provide universal healthcare to 1.4 billion people while simultaneously modernizing your economy to a point that it can establish agency outside of the western imperialist bloc is a material impossibility.

In any case, the worst elements of privatized medicine have been steadily getting better since the 2006 "Healthy China 2020" initiative. China's healthcare system is by no means perfect, but to simply condemn it for its shortcomings ignores the fact that the government has been trying to address those shortcomings and that it's currently headed in the right direction.
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 No.103977

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Let's laugh about China!
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 No.103980

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US-backed “human rights” resolution to pressure Sri Lanka to break ties with China
<The resolution has nothing to do with defending human rights but is to ensure Colombo is fully aligned with Washington’s confrontation against China.

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/03/02/unhs-m02.html
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 No.103981

>>103977
It's amazing. We've actually regressed to Reddit memes from a decade ago.
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 No.103983

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Chinese regime further suppresses internet freedom of speech
<The Chinese Communist Party is terrified that the working class and the rural poor could be radicalized by “unlicensed” political commentary by internet bloggers that does not parrot the party line.

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/03/03/chin-m03.html
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 No.104066

>>103981
its actually from china, ive seen the original meme in chinese>
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 No.104068

>>103983
Congratulations idiot, articles like this only make me more pro-China, just like Dengboos doing mental gymnastics to defend billionaires in the CPC makes me more anti-China.

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