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  1. CrownoftheValley

    CrownoftheValley Junior Member


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    "If wars can be started by lies,
    Peace can be started by TRUTH."

    Julian Assange
     
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    They need to be dealt with first.....
     
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    Yep. Not Indian. Not Asian. And not black.
    Just another lying scumbag that shouldn’t be in office.
     
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    • Targets dissidents who dispute country’s history or criticize ruling Communists.
    China’s Communist government has launched a new app that encourages citizens to report dissidents for expressing “mistaken opinions” on the Internet.

    The new platform will target anyone who criticizes the dictatorship’s ruling CCP, disputes the official version of the country’s history or engages in “misinformation.”

    The new website and app was proudly unveiled by China’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), with authorities calling on users to play an “active role” in helping to identify “malicious people distorting facts and confusing” others.

    “For a while now, some people with ulterior motives…have spread historically nihilistic false statements online, maliciously distorting, slandering and denying Party, national and military history in an attempt to confuse people’s thinking,” the announcement said.

    “We hope that most internet users will play an active role in supervising society…and enthusiastically report harmful information.”

    As Didi Rankovic notes, “It’s also unsurprising because it comes ahead of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party (CPP), when messages and narratives will have to be kept particularly “clean.”

    China already operates an onerous social credit score system that bans people from using transportation and engaging in other basic functions of society if they commit minor infractions like jaywalking or buying too much junk food.

    Given that social media mobs in the west, routinely aided by journalists, already conduct witch hunts that lead to people being socially ostracized, deplatformed and left unemployed for expressing “mistaken opinions,” are we really that better off than Chinese dissidents?

    https://americanfaith.com/china-launches-new-app-allowing-citizens-to-report-others-for-expressing-mistaken-opinions/
     

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