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Pakistani Christian girls sold as brides to Chinese
https://apnews.com/87aad5d8b8f648949b9bbc8a2b35ebf2

Quote:She is one of hundreds of poor Christian girls who have been trafficked to China in a market for brides that has swiftly grown in Pakistan since late last year, activists say. Brokers are aggressively seeking out girls for Chinese men, sometimes even cruising outside churches to ask for potential brides. They are being helped by Christian clerics paid to target impoverished parents in their congregation with promises of wealth in exchange for their daughters.

Fallout from the One Child Policy and lopsided gender ratios

Quote:In China, demand for foreign brides has mounted, a legacy of the one-child policy that skewed the country’s gender balance toward males. Brides initially came largely from Vietnam, Laos and North Korea. Now men are looking further afield, said Mimi Vu, director of advocacy at Pacific Links, which helps trafficked Vietnamese women.

“It’s purely supply and demand,” she said. “It used to be, ‘Is she light-skinned?’ Now it’s like, ‘Is she female?’”
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The one child policy was idiotic

Don't debate me.
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It was probably viewed as preferable to a war.

Either way China needed to, and still does, need to rationalise its population.
12-04-2019 07:16 PM
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The one-child policy was probably a decent idea once upon a time, but it went on for a long time. Now China has what they're calling the "4-2-1" problem, where one person is expected to care for their two elderly parents and four elderly grandparents, all while trying to build a life and family of their own. It's a big problem for them, although they're at least aware of it and addressing it and the Chinese are used to hardship.

Here in burgerstan we've got a huge demographic time bomb about to go off, as well, and it didn't take a state-enforced reproduction limit. The boomers are retiring, have not saved, have lived terrible lifestyles which give them massive health problems, and expect the state to provide them with a quality of life equal to what they've been used to. Medical technology can keep them alive for several decades yet and, even though those won't be very fun years for them, the boomers will spend every cent they have and every cent of tax money they can get their hands on to do so. Meanwhile we're picking up the tab for whoever wanders across the border, too, and are pretending like this influx is going to keep the pyramid scheme going even though they are generally a net drain on the economy.

Big big problems coming all over the world. You need to have your shit together - own your own land, be able to grow your own food, be able to defend your family and property, and have a like-minded community around you for mutual support.

What was the subject of this thread, again?
12-04-2019 10:04 PM
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The One Child Policy went exactly according to plan.

The technocrats got to experiment with population control on an unheard of scale, while dehumanizing the Chinese people and sacrificing hundreds of millions of children to Moloch in the process.

Now they have a huge surplus of males to work with, whether they decide to use them for war, colonization, scientific experiments, etc.
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(Yesterday 01:38 AM)Enigma Wrote:  The One Child Policy went exactly according to plan.

The technocrats got to experiment with population control on an unheard of scale, while dehumanizing the Chinese people and sacrificing hundreds of millions of children to Moloch in the process.

Now they have a huge surplus of males to work with, whether they decide to use them for war, colonization, scientific experiments, etc.

... if they don't start wrecking that same society. Maybe less likely due to the Big Brother state, but still a possibility.
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China is a gigantic country (1.3 billion) and the male surplus is largely in the countryside.

China Daily states the figure is 30 million guys surplus.

High female expectations, feminism and late stage capitalism where centrally located housing becomes unaffordable for anyone below the top 10-20% of earners in big cities are a much bigger concern than a small surplus of men.

South Korea is already full gender war and China still hasn't banned clown world female supremacy movies from cinemas.
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China has been churning out hugely popular epic nationalistic historical film and TV series productions, the opposite of what's being done in (((the West))), where they've been putting out globohomo feminist propaganda and retarded comic book superhero fare for Millennials and Zoomers being kept in a state of arrested development.


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China could have easily promoted globohomo as an effective way to control its population, like the (((globalists))) do in the West, but they don't. They are looking out for the moral welfare of their people, promoting instead historical sagas and period dramas emphasizing heroic national figures, undoing some of the anti-traditional work that the (((Communists))) have done through the Cultural Revolution.

That is why when globalists like Chris Chapell or Kyle Bass bash China and constantly refer to China as "the CCP", they are way off. They are actually on the side of globohomo and cultural marxism here, while China is actively weening itself from it. This is a key point that our guys in the Hong Kong thread are completely missing.

China actively promotes positive, uplifting stories and content, exactly the opposite of what not only Hollywood has been doing, but also the film industries of Hong Kong, Taiwan and S. Korea, which are increasingly promoting feminism, homosexuality and dystopic themes.


Quote:, as China’s economic clout grew, the censors got more confident. In 2002, Hong Kong’s filmgoers were queuing up to see Infernal Affairs, co-directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak – the beginning of a double-agent cop trilogy in the greatest tradition, with an exhilarating succession of twists. To break into the mainland market, it had three different endings for the censors to choose from. “In a mainland China movie, you cannot have a bad guy who gets away with his crimes,” explains film-maker Jevons Au. “Multiple endings to suit the mainland market used to be OK. No more. Now, if you want to distribute in China, you must have only one approved ending worldwide. You can step on the line. But you cannot cross it.”

^This is one good example of how China is having a positive cultural role through its soft power/economic clout. Movies like Disney's Mulan, which attempted to cater to the Chinese market, flopped there bigtime because the Chinese did not like the spoiled self-centered you go girl feminist hero and were pissed that a historic Chinese figure was turned into a SoCal mall rat girrrl with millennial values.

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^This looks like an empowered, strong independent girrrl that talks with a vocal fry, your basic western pozzed college-bound future ballbreaker. Contrast that figure with the two Chinese women in the pictures above, traditional feminine women that look up to their man...

Quote:..."To make a co-production with China, you have to follow ever stricter rules: half of the cast and crew has to be Chinese. The censors have the last word. Crime stories cannot have too many details. Stories of corruption must end with the bad guy behind bars. No ghosts. No gay love stories... No nudity.…”

Can you make a movie with a bad cop in it in China? Of course. But then he has to end up in jail. Can you have much blood? No. A kid is going to see it. Foreigners who want to make movies in China need to understand the country first.”

'No ghosts. No gay love stories. No nudity': tales of film-making in China

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Charlies Angels and crap like that is still in cinemas in China and they haven't ban hammered clown world movies so far.

https://variety.com/2019/film/news/china...203407647/
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(Yesterday 02:30 PM)911 Wrote:  China could have easily promoted globohomo as an effective way to control its population, like the (((globalists))) do in the West, but they don't. They are looking out for the moral welfare of their people, promoting instead historical sagas and period dramas emphasizing heroic national figures, undoing some of the anti-traditional work that the (((Communists))) have done through the Cultural Revolution.

That is why when globalists like Chris Chapell or Kyle Bass bash China and constantly refer to China as "the CCP", they are way off. They are actually on the side of globohomo and cultural marxism here, while China is actively weening itself from it. This is a key point that our guys in the Hong Kong thread are completely missing.

China actively promotes positive, uplifting stories and content, exactly the opposite of what not only Hollywood has been doing, but also the film industries of Hong Kong, Taiwan and S. Korea, which are increasingly promoting feminism, homosexuality and dystopic themes.
Nah, it's because China is in general more conservative and nationalist, so the CCP knows directly pushing globohomo wouldn't fly.

First, nationalism in China is a totally different animal than the versions in Korea and Japan. Those are smallish peripheral countries that deep down know that they are one historical step away from becoming Chinese provinces. The mainland Chinese are the ones who take pride in knowing that they inherited the world's oldest existing civilization.

It is impossible for the CCP to extinguish this pride, especially when some of its own leaders share that pride.

But the CCP is a Leninist organization that has its roots in Satanic revolution and believes in Marxist materialism instead of respecting ancient culture and faith. Anyone with a deeper understanding of the Chinese worldview can see that what the CCP promotes in its propaganda and political programs is deceit, malice, and struggle (假惡鬥). Most of their movies are superficially nice and uplifting, but the details are full of the struggle-based Communist Party culture, which bears no resemblance to the virtues of the old country.

The extremely popular period drama Yanxi Gonglue (延禧攻略) is literally called "Strategies of Yanxi [palace]" and is all about how being evil and manipulative is the way to get ahead in life. Compare this with the Korean hit drama Da Chang Jin (大長今, I forget the Korean name), where the protagonist is basically an embodiment of selfless virtue. It would be rather impossible for a Chinese production team to come up with such a work.

If you look at the art produced in China from 1980 to 2019, you can see the influence of what Chinese call 妖魔鬼怪 (succubi, demons, ghosts, and monsters) creeping into the mainstream. Women depicted in paintings and movies used to look graceful and realistic. Now, girls are going for a snake-like gold digger look, and are ashamed of having traditional Asian faces, so they want to look like Dilireba (again, I dunno her Uyghur name). Men in the 1980s used to be real men who you could imagine doing construction or fighting wars. Now they have metrosexual haircuts, are fat, and talk with girly southern accents.

Chris Chappell is connected to Falun Gong, which globalism sees as an enemy. They are mostly Han Chinese (no minority points) and follow a conservative doctrine, so it makes the rootless cosmopolitans in both China and the West scared. This is why the mainstream media jumps all over China when Uyghurs and Tibetans are being persecuted, but doesn't care about Falun Gong and Christians because they can't be used to attack Chinese nationalism. I don't know much about Kyle Bass except that he doesn't want Wall Street to keep investing in China. That's a solid argument.

The CCP has a couple years left before corruption, factional struggle, and popular anger get the better of it. Depending on who takes power in the aftermath, it could mean the beginning of the end for globalist elites around the world. They have been relying on the CCP to further their aims for the last 30 years.
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The article says that Charlie's Angels hasn't done that well in China.

Chinese annual film box office revenues are $7.5 billion, 60% of which are from Chinese films, which censor homo plots, excessive violence, portrayal of criminals as cool, excessive/graphic sex, dystopian plots and so forth.

China is now the world's largest box office market:

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This is huge, because China is now going to dictate to Hollywood to keep their subversive smut under control, at least in their bigger productions, as the Chinese market is now too big to ignore.

China's censorship will be acting the same way the American Catholic Church used to do through its National Legion of Decency prior to the destruction of the production code by Jewish directors and the Motion Picture Association in the 1960s. They've used a holocaust themed movie as a trojan horse to drive through nudity and break The Code.

This is a great example of Chinese soft power having a good influence in checking the subversion from the culture industry.

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