Xi Puts on Mao Suit and Flies Many Jets in Honor of 100 Years of 中国共产党

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It must be nice to live in a country where your leaders encourage you to be proud of your race and history.

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China’s Mighty Dragon J-20 stealth fighter jets flew over Beijing’s historic landmark in their largest display yet – a show of might to commemorate the founding of the Communist Party 100 years ago.

Beijing showcased the power of its air force during centenary celebrations for the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Thursday. The 15-strong fighter jet fleet flew in three V-shaped formations, with five planes forming each arrow.


In an interview with the Sina news outlet, J-20 pilot Cao Cheng detailed the symbolism of the demonstration and explained how the fleet flew in uniform precision: “Each wedge team has five fighter jets organized into three squadrons … which symbolizes that the People’s Air Force is invincible and has invincible courage.”

He added that all the members of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force had practised tirelessly to pull off the feat.

The number of fighter jets that took part in the air show is unprecedented, the largest number having previously been five. Those aircraft had been taking part in the National Day military parade in 2019, which was also held in the Chinese capital.
And what a fleet!



The helicopters flying in the shape of “100” is also impressive.



Very lovely.

Much happiness for tender family affairs.

I think this issue of “Chinese communism” should be addressed at length, again. I’m not going to do that right now, because I’m exhausted.

But I will say: China is not a communist country, and the so-called “Chinese Communist Party” is not a communist party.

Mao Zedong tried to do communism.



Then he backed up on it. Then he died in 1976, and China became a beast of productivity.

China is the most futuristic country on earth. While American smart meters are turning off the air-conditioning in 100 degree weather in Texas and New York is sending notices to turn off the microwave so the power doesn’t go out, everyone in China is rich and living in luxury.

Elon Musk recently said it. I check his Twitter account obsessively and the memes are horrible (literally the worst I’ve ever seen), but he’s right about this.

The economic prosperity that China has achieved is truly amazing, especially in infrastructure! I encourage people to visit and see for themselves.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 1, 2021

You have to go to China to really understand that this is an ultra-futuristic society of tremendous wealth and prosperity, as well as national pride and sense of national identity.

Obviously, China could not have undergone the massive project of modernization that they’ve undergone since the death of Mao if it was a communist system. Communism, as we are aware, leads to mass starvation and general doom.

The Chinese system is called “Socialism with Chinese Characteristics.” The number one “Chinese characteristic” is “mercantilism,” which is basically the opposite of communism.

I doubt that even one in twenty Chinese people could explain to you any of the basic concepts of Marxist-Leninist theory. And they are well educated. The Chinese education system purposefully doesn’t teach about it, because everyone has a grandparent that has a horror story about the 1960s and the attempts at collectivization. This is not considered by the nation to be a definitive aspect of their society, but rather a weird experiment that went sideways.

As of right now, Xi Jinping is effectively the Emperor. There is really no difference between his role and the traditional role of the Emperor. He is following the Confucian ideal of “philosopher king,” even.

Every Chinese bookstore has books of his sayings on display, and every week he makes new philosophical statements about how you should love your family and be respectful to women and your co-workers.

The only relationship that China has to “communism” is some of the wholesome and cutesy aesthetics here and there.

Like this picture from the celebration:



(Note the lack of masks!)

But you say “what about the fact that it’s called the communist party????”

Well, actually, if you think it is called that, then you don’t understand the Chinese language.

It’s not really called that.

It is called: “中国共产党.”

Those are characters. Not letters and not really words. The entire structure of the language is totally different.

“中国” means “China” and “共产党” is translated as “communist party” in English. The word is “Gòngchǎndǎng.” That is “gong,” “chǎn” and “dǎng.” A direct translation, as it would be spoken in Chinese, would be “The Party of People Working Together to be Productive.” That is how it sounds in Chinese, and that is how people hear it in Chinese. In the Chinese mind, there is no reference to Marx, collectivization, abolition of property, or anything else that is associated with Marxist communism.

To give an example of how Chinese translations are manipulated – back in the 1950s up through the 1990s, the leader of China was called a “Chairman” in the English media. Then, when the West thought China was going to become a “democracy,” they all of a sudden changed the word to “President.” The word in Chinese, “主席,” remained the same. It means something like “the seat of the lord.”

But by changing the word from “Chairman” to “President” in the translated English media, it gave the impression that there was some massive political shift in China, that they had somehow rearranged their entire governmental system, and were no longer alien to us.

Now that China is an enemy again, I wouldn’t be surprised if they started calling Xi “Chairman” again. Of course, if they did that, people might ask if he’d changed his title, and then people would maybe start to figure out the way this translation issue is manipulated.

You should remember this fact every time you see one of these assholes on TV saying “CHINESE COMMUNISM.” They are purposefully trying to confuse you by dragging up imagery of boogiemen from the 20th century.

I hope that helps.



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The translation thing is done all the time in the West yeah.
Even for anime or foreign movies 'they' tend to pick whatever translation best suits the agenda, from promoting to feminism where it never existed to changing the entire context of a scene.

It's truly ridiculous, until one realizes that the average peasant actually believes in 1-1 translations, and doesn't realize that different languages, especially ones with significant separation from eachother, have literally different Thought Patterns, not just words for X, but entirely different organizational structures, which also structure the brain itself.

A Chinese and a Japanese person have differences in their brains just from their birth-language, this difference is magnified if you compare a Chinese person to a British person.

Now, what I've always wanted data on, is bilingual people, or people who grow up being forced to speak two or more languages, does this make for a healthier mental foundation as the Jews would likely say, and do claim being bilingual somehow makes you smarter, or does it harm the development?

I'm sure learning a new language in and of itself doesn't hurt you, but I wonder about teaching one in early school or pre-10 years of age.

Anyway I digressed from the topic, point is that yes they do manipulate language, and despite supposedly having both associations for this sort of thing as well as defined translation dictionaries, the system will always end up with whatever translation suits them best for anything political, or at all really.
 

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Watching the chinks rise to glory off of the back of european civilization makes me angry, traitors are less than animals. Not the chinks btw those who rule us
 

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Whats up with the soviet banner... I thought they did not get along.
 

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“中国” means “China” and “共产党” is translated as “communist party” in English. The word is “Gòngchǎndǎng.” That is “gong,” “chǎn” and “dǎng.” A direct translation, as it would be spoken in Chinese, would be “The Party of People Working Together to be Productive.”
Thanks for this. I'll be using it going forward.

I had some people here for dinner recently and the conversation got around to China, as it tends to do with normies in the right wing o' sphere. There was some talk about the military threat of China and the "human rights" issues. I told everyone "the churches are open in China and preachers are not being arrested like they are in Canada and the UK, the Chinese don't have homeless people everywhere and drug addicts dying in the streets, there is very little street crime and child trannies are not a thing there". People don't want to believe this because we are being given permission to hate the Chinese, just like we were given permission to hate moslems.

I'm sick to death of hearing about communism as a threat or even about Islam as a threat. Evil is the threat and evil doesn't exist in some abstract way. It is not trapped inside books like the Communist Manifesto or the Koran, waiting to possess the minds of readers. The main vector of evil in the world today is the jew and his evil is genetic not ideological.

A prosperous, clean, healthy China maintaining it's racial identity is not a threat to us and it never was. It is an example of what a Nation can do when it protects it's nationhood.
 

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Whats up with the soviet banner... I thought they did not get along.
That is the party flag of the CPC and was thus also basically the flag of the entire Chinese Communist movement up until the establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949. In some cases the flags used by local communist organizations were mostly indistinguishable from that of the USSR, and what is now the flag of the PRC was not adopted until 1949.
 

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“中国” means “China” and “共产党” is translated as “communist party” in English. The word is “Gòngchǎndǎng.” That is “gong,” “chǎn” and “dǎng.” A direct translation, as it would be spoken in Chinese, would be “The Party of People Working Together to be Productive.”
That is not quite how I would read it. 党 dǎng is party yes, but 共产 Gòngchǎn is a little weird. The 产 chǎn part means production and the 共 Gòng means collective/together (as in the group together). So, I would say it is more like Party of Collective Production. The 共 Gòng is the same as the one in gungho, meaning working collectively and peacefully. Chinese is weird though as the break between word forms is not always clear. For example, 共 Gòng could technically become a verb meaning to collect. Meaning the Party to Collect Production. I think most people see it as collective production though, versus private production 私产 sīchǎn. It also touches on the idea of benefit, does the individual benefit or does the collective. If you take it in the context of a national party, I think it makes sense that it would mean collective (national) production.

Whats up with the soviet banner... I thought they did not get along.
Was beat to it, but yeah that is the Party's flag. You see it in some places, but not often. I could see on the centennial they wanted to make it front and center though.

Now, what I've always wanted data on, is bilingual people, or people who grow up being forced to speak two or more languages, does this make for a healthier mental foundation as the Jews would likely say, and do claim being bilingual somehow makes you smarter, or does it harm the development?
Not sure. My son speaks both Mandarin and English. Neither was forced on him, just he grew up with them both. I will say that using one language or the other often involves traveling on what seems to be a different path of logic to end up at the end. I used to like to think that language was only to express innate or developed concepts we develop inside our heads. That is true (we can probably articulate the concept perfectly to ourselves), but given that language is communal/societal, the way we use the language might need some tweaking for others to comprehend what we are trying to put forward. My son speaks differently to his two grandmas, even if I were to directly translate the statements back and forth. The outcome is the same though, look at my picture of a tank, it is an awesome tank.
 

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This one was so good, especially the part about the party and the government itself and how it really had no specific relation to Marx

Retarded baby boomers and libtards don't realize this since they're like children confused playing peek-a-boo

China's political system has remained basically unchanged since the establishment of the Qin Dynasty. It's always been some sort of authoritarian collectivist state where armies of conniving bureaucrats serve omnipotent emperors

If the Chinese dropped the communist symbolism and literally nothing else; kept the policies, retarded gwailao would be none the wiser
 

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No, Andrew Anglin… or should I saw Adu Wang Lin….

The Chicoms control our country, and our only saviors are the Jews, who are so moral, that they give us such good societal, health, and financial counseling, all for free???

Can’t you see Wang Lin??? The Chinese communist party wants to make us communist by promoting trannies to us. Of course, we have to accept trannies, which they don’t in China… But then it’s also part of their secret plan to use the American deep state to turn their own population into trannies, and also oppress moslims at the same time!!!!

They’re controlling our media to promote global islamo-trans-communism! They control our media! They eventually want to push this on themselves!! After making us weaker!

The jews who are so moral and give us guidance are on our side!! OUR SIDE AND OUR VALUES.

Can’t you see it makes so much sense!!!!!

Also even if that’s all false, can’t you see the nationalist American jews are our allies against the Chicoms?

No… but for real, this is basically the same thought process that boomers and many right wingers take in general.
 
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BREAKING NEWS:
Chinese COMMUNISTS break the arms of little girls backward so they can work making sneakers inside & out like ANTS !

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Is it time for Joe Biden to get tough on the Red Menace ?
 

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What can they do? Xi is a made man and Schlomo isn't.
 

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That is not quite how I would read it. 党 dǎng is party yes, but 共产 Gòngchǎn is a little weird. The 产 chǎn part means production and the 共 Gòng means collective/together (as in the group together). So, I would say it is more like Party of Collective Production. The 共 Gòng is the same as the one in gungho, meaning working collectively and peacefully. Chinese is weird though as the break between word forms is not always clear. For example, 共 Gòng could technically become a verb meaning to collect. Meaning the Party to Collect Production. I think most people see it as collective production though, versus private production 私产 sīchǎn. It also touches on the idea of benefit, does the individual benefit or does the collective. If you take it in the context of a national party, I think it makes sense that it would mean collective (national) production.
Yeah, okay.

I've studied Chinese for 15 years and can't understand a conversation, because the order of the words and the amount of references just doesn't make sense.

Whether it is "collective work" or "working collectively," it is definitely not a one-to-one translation of "communism," nor is it, in the mind of 99% of Chinese people, in any way a successor to Marxist ideology. Obviously, if they had that association, it would create a total disconnect in the minds of the Chinese people, as they are not following any of that, at all.

China has a normal "mixed economy." It is much better than ours, as it has more regulation on massive corporations and (many, many) less regulations on small family businesses. But it is a market economy, 100%. Real libertarianism has never actually been tried, unless you include Somalia and maybe a few other countries that collapsed under war, but real communism was repeatedly tried and it didn't work, so no country maintained it.

Granted, the USSR continued to promote Marxism after they opened a market, but their market was always extremely restricted and retarded. They basically came out of communism to the point where things were able to function, and then stopped there. In China, they were like "welp, that doesn't work" and completely abandoned it in total.

There is no relationship at all between modern China and the Great Leap Forward. There are not even any single points of comparison. Whereas there are many points of comparison to any Western economy, the Chinese version is just much better, hence the overwhelming productivity.
 

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Not sure. My son speaks both Mandarin and English. Neither was forced on him, just he grew up with them both. I will say that using one language or the other often involves traveling on what seems to be a different path of logic to end up at the end. I used to like to think that language was only to express innate or developed concepts we develop inside our heads. That is true (we can probably articulate the concept perfectly to ourselves), but given that language is communal/societal, the way we use the language might need some tweaking for others to comprehend what we are trying to put forward. My son speaks differently to his two grandmas, even if I were to directly translate the statements back and forth. The outcome is the same though, look at my picture of a tank, it is an awesome tank.
The analogy of running two separate operating systems is perfect, more or less.

A person who learns a second language basically opens up the second operating system in a virtual box. Someone who grows up using two languages is like a computer with two operating systems installed on it, where it has to reboot to run the other operating system, dumping whatever was on it before.

This is not going to be true for someone who speaks both Spanish and Italian or even English and German. But for two languages as different as English and Chinese, you literally have to dump everything and reload the train of thought. I have no idea how this effects children, but it is only logical that the effect would be massive (some good and some bad - who knows how much of which).
 

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Hey let's check out China's newest international airport.


I was promised a future with helpful robots, but nobody told me I'd have to be Chinese to live in it

Those robots are annoying and easily confused.

But yeah, for simple things like where is x terminal, they do work.
 
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