CCP Cancel Culture Makes DNC Cancel Culture Look Amateur
PGC – I have in past articles referred to the American DNC as a CCP-Knockoff, and nothing illustrates that more than the DNC’s exploitation of the scapegoat archetype within most all of us, what we here call “Cancel Culture,” is a mere pittance of the type of Cancel Culture that the citizens of China face, especially their celebrities.
It seem that Chinese artists, as they gain fame, gain more scrutiny, and get to a point where the bulk of their public life is careful manipulation internally and externally so as to assure that nothing is said which could result in disappearing, or instant ruination, with no power to appeal to your twitter horde allies.
Right now, we in America for the most haven’t fully caught on to just how similar the DNC hopes to position itself in our lives to be as close to as powerful as the CCP in the lives of its citizens as they can be. We haven’t connected all the parts that are the sort-of-unified DNC, a coalition of sharks aligned with a coalition of wolves, the CCP, both willing to use the lives of the millions that suffer the consequences of their centralized decisions as drops of rain to be harvested or absorbed, nothing more.
The CCP is far in advanced of the DNC in how to utilize the scapegoat archetype to affect mass citizen movements at a moment’s notice when the need arises for such concentrations of attention on something other than the party itself during particularly delicate times (say, when your country is witnessing dam break after dam break during a bad flood season).
But this is the game the DNC is playing, and where they’d like to be by 2024, when they can announce the first “real” President of the DNC, for right now, the Presidency is a coalition of Biden handlers, but eventuallly, the DNC will need a priest-king of their own, like Xi, and most likely it’s someone we know but wouldn’t have suspected, the Donald of the DNC is just around the corner, but, I’m afraid for the DNC that the advantage Xi has still remains, in large part, we are a people that are and quickly become self sustaining, and the technology favors our fight (and you know it).
Chinese artists must follow the primer on morality or face oblivion – The
In China, celebrities, artists and public figures are under pressure not to deviate from “moral conduct”, as defined by the Communist Party, and risk being blacklisted, banned from it. cultural industry – what has been described as a “Chinese culture of cancellation”. “.
One case that has attracted attention recently is that of Chinese-Canadian singer Kris Wu, a pop star who was arrested last week by police in Beijing for rape, in a case that sparked a similar movement to #MeToo in China. When accusations of harassment against Wu surfaced, authorities in Beijing took the opportunity to point out that neither celebrities, foreigners nor anyone with a large fan base are immune to the guns of the law. The state media also did not fail to convey their message against the celebrity obsession, frowned upon by the regime.
The singer saw his account banned on Weibo, Chinese Twitter, and his songs disappeared from Chinese platforms. He also lost advertising contracts with a large number of luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton and Bulgari.
The incident also served the Chinese Communist Party to strengthen its ideal of morality, which has been particularly promoted as the party celebrates its centenary, alongside Xi Jinping’s vision of governance. “The law is a written morality, while morality is a conscious law,” the Chinese leader has already said.