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I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction for any videos which look at how the chinese model of control came about? 

 

It's easy to find content on their current overzealous and invasive 'security measures' they impose on their population. However i'm interested in how they managed to get over a billion people into total servitude. 

 

Here in the UK we are heading for this way of life at an incredible rate of knots, so i'm intrigued how it was first implemented, how it is maintained and how it links up with the greater picture of Rothschild's banking etc. I've tried to look for such content before, however have greatly struggled, any help would be massively appreciated!

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1 hour ago, 2020member said:

 However i'm interested in how they managed to get over a billion people into total servitude.

 

Mao's cultural revolution and communism basically. These days it seems like a mix of capitalism and communism there. They  have opened up the market a bit, but it still seems like there is no private property there. If I remember rightly, they have 70-year leases on homes for example.

 

During the revolution they destroyed a lot of their history, like we see iconoclasts doing today. Now it seems like they're lost people. Individual lives don't seem valued, It's all about society as a whole, Xi and the CCP. With Mao's Great famine, I guess it was easy to make an obedient society because people were scared to bite the hand that feeds.

 

 If there is any hope for China against their surveillance state, it will be with the younger generation, because the older generation from the revolution are lost.

 

 

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30 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Mao's cultural revolution and communism basically. These days it seems like a mix of capitalism and communism there. They  have opened up the market a bit, but it still seems like there is no private property there. If I remember rightly, they have 70-year leases on homes for example.

 

During the revolution they destroyed a lot of their history, like we see iconoclasts doing today. Now it seems like they're lost people. Individual lives don't seem valued, It's all about society as a whole, Xi and the CCP. With Mao's Great famine, I guess it was easy to make an obedient society because people were scared to bite the hand that feeds.

 

 If there is any hope for China against their surveillance state, it will be with the younger generation, because the older generation from the revolution are lost.

 

 


Thanks for the pointers, i’ll look into that. 
 

Having been there a few times recently i’d say there’s no hope in the youth of today. They are hopelessly addicted to smart tech and are distracted by a monumental rat race. Any dissenters are nipped in the bud. 
 

My chinese friend who’s the meekest and mildest person you could meet had his WeChat profile suspended for a week for criticising the government. WeChat is a government owned app that they use to pay, socialise, date, maps, chat etc on. So he quickly had to get in line before his lifeline was taken of him.  

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