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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    China's social credit system is total invasion of privacy and the govt doesn't give diddly squat about its citizens.
    I feel sorry for many Chinese people, but in talking to many, they say they don't know any different as that is what they grew up in.

    China social credit system, punishments and rewards explained - Business Insider
    Social Credit is going to be world wide. All this clamoring for the the UBI (Universal Basic Income) is a manipulation to make people ask for it. This comes along with Social Credit, which is ultimately do as you are told and you get your just survivable pittance of credits to be spent on big business products that will kill you quickly. The Pension system globally which is typically invested in commercial real-estate (offices in big cities) is about to be crushed so all the people thinking "Well I have my pension so I'll mask up and fuck the world" are about to be in for a horrific awakening when they are on UBI. What is left of pensions can be used for "bail ins" as per the laws introduced in most western countries in the last few years, and if you dare to protest or go against anything The State demands, try staying alive when your UBI app is switched off, and all your family and friends know theirs will be cancelled if they try to help you.

    If you watched that video of that nutcase talking ("I cried when I wiped the memory of the AI I had created" lady) you will see the discussions they are having about what to do when all the AI and robots are doing all the work, and doing all the thinking, and making all the decisions - try appealing to an AI's sense of morality. You can see clear as day that the decision is that humans need removing and only a select few get to remain and elevate themselves to god like status and it sure as shit will not be any of the kids of people on this forum gufawwing haha.

    China is the petri dish to see what people will accept. The Megarich foundations have been working in the Red China for half a century. All the mask wearing collaborators in the west are no different at all to the Chinese public, controlled in everything they do and think and often now knowing that they are. What you see there, is coming for the rest of us. Thailand will be ushering in the system soon enough. Lets see then all the idiots on this forum saying "I'll never get a chip" when it is mandatory for a Thai Visa to have one, along with any jabs that is deemed necessary.

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    Countries with a China like philosophy make rapid progress up to a point. There comes a time where free thinking drives innovation and technology forward. Something that they have a severe lack of.

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    ^^ it's obvious from the above post that psuedo has no idea what Chinas social credit system is about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    ^^ it's obvious from the above post that psuedo has no idea what Chinas social credit system is about.
    I know exactly what its about. It rewards socially acceptable behaviour and punished socially unacceptable behaviour leading to people being black listed from living more or less. Socially acceptable behaviour is defined by The State.

    Do you think that when the UBI comes in it will not be linked to Social Credit? There is more chance of HarryBarry's Bahrain swingers advert attracting any action than there is of your assumption being correct.

    THink this is not happening already? You're an Aussie?

    - State tells you to jab your kids. You say no. Your money is cut off. Imagine the angst of the parents of vaccine damaged children who only allowed it to happen because otherwise their money was being cut? Single mothers who have no option but to stay at home? Well, you probably can not imagine the angst because lets face it, the EQ of a lot of people on this forum is as low as their IQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    What do you think when canadians say that they feel sorry for chinese people
    Well if they're Canadians who've lived and worked in China I'd put more stock in what they had to say about it than that of Canadians who'd never been there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Do you think that when the UBI comes in it will not be linked to Social Credit? There is more chance of HarryBarry's Bahrain swingers advert attracting any action than there is of your assumption being correct.
    You keep banging on about this. I get that you're the kind of weirdo that goes stalking people on the interwebs, but the fuck are you on about? Or are you creating fake profiles? Because that wouldn't be a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Shes obviously a subject of the US empire from the way she talks. Canada is vassal state with no army and therefore limited sovereignty

    It takes a very arrogant and brainwashed person to say they feel sorry for the people of China.
    I totally disagree on that. Go talk to the average Chinese guy who works for peanuts 10-12 hours a day and has to support a family that lives two hours away because they can't afford to live in the big city with the husband who is busting his ass just to survive.

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    ^ to be fair that's by no means most. Migrant labour is an issue certainly but wages have risen and those guys are just happy to have a job and be able to support their families. China is big and the population is huge so sure it has issues but it's not all bad.
    You don't need to feel sorry for 'the people of China". Many are doing very well.
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    @cujo - True, some are doing well. And many grew up in that type of communist rule and don't know any different. You don't know what your missing if you never had it. The Chinese I knew where quite kind. I mixed with all sorts, so many Chinese have their own story. I do feel sorry for some of the women as well and children. Children that aren't born in the big city aren't allowed to go to the public schools, so they are often stuck in their little towns. If a person isn't born in a big city they often have to pay the govt money just to live in one. Anyway, it is more detailed than some realize what some of these people have to go through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    I totally disagree on that. Go talk to the average Chinese guy who works for peanuts 10-12 hours a day and has to support a family that lives two hours away because they can't afford to live in the big city with the husband who is busting his ass just to survive.
    And this is because of the Communist totalitarian party ? Yeah right. There are poor working stiffs all over the world busting their ass for peanuts. It's called reality.

    The Chinese are responsible for pulling the most ppl out of poverty in history for Christ sakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Countries with a China like philosophy make rapid progress up to a point. There comes a time where free thinking drives innovation and technology forward. Something that they have a severe lack of.
    Like 5g technology that China leads the world in ? Another pointless statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    There comes a time where free thinking drives innovation and technology forward. Something that they have a severe lack of.
    Do keep up.

    Check out who is registering the most patents these days. Is it one super Chinese person, is it three billion Chinese people or is it one AI machine?

    Are Chinese a smarter race?-patents-jpg



















    China @ the number 1 position registered more than the next 9 countries combined.

    Adding in China's provinces of Hong Kong and Taiwan and the gap is even larger. (Wiki lists Hong Kong (15,986) and Taiwan (73,000) as separate entities.)

    World Intellectual Property Indicators - Wikipedia

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    Crowing about the chinkies patenting IP that they've stolen is a sick fucking joke.

    One in five North American-based corporations on the CNBC Global CFO Council says Chinese companies have stolen their intellectual property within the last year. In all, 7 of the 23 companies surveyed say that Chinese firms have stolen from them over the past decade.
    1 in 5 companies say China stole their IP within the last year: CNBC

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Crowing about the chinkies patenting IP that they've stolen is a sick fucking joke.



    1 in 5 companies say China stole their IP within the last year: CNBC
    What a well written piece of journalism. So scientific. So factual. So easy to verify.

    You idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    What a well written piece of journalism. So scientific. So factual. So easy to verify.

    You idiot.
    Oh look, another snivelling chinky sycophant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Oh look, another snivelling chinky sycophant.
    Not at all, dough boy, I am pointing out that the article you posted was a load of unsubstantiated rubbish.

    1 in 5 companies of the 23 selected (none named, no industries listed, nothing in fact) to be in some undisclosed survey where the questions and responses are not shown "claim" without proof something that you then use as a fact.

    This is the Gold Standard of your understanding of the world HarryBarry. You are a moron.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Not at all, dough boy, I am pointing out that the article you posted was a load of unsubstantiated rubbish.
    Yeah, all you're doing there is proving you didn't actually read it, you fucking moron.

    Jaysus, you are so terminally stupid.


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    Oh no, midsized, you didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Do keep up.

    Check out who is registering the most patents these days. Is it one super Chinese person, is it three billion Chinese people or is it one AI machine?

    Are Chinese a smarter race?-patents-jpg



















    China @ the number 1 position registered more than the next 9 countries combined.

    Adding in China's provinces of Hong Kong and Taiwan and the gap is even larger. (Wiki lists Hong Kong (15,986) and Taiwan (73,000) as separate entities.)

    World Intellectual Property Indicators - Wikipedia

    Taiwan Intellectual Property Office-Resources-Statistics-Annual Statistics
    Time for context. Ouch.

    "A lack of quality is also indicated in the hesitancy of Chinese companies to file counterpart patent applications in foreign markets, demonstrated by figures ranking China in fifth place globally. Any organisation seeking to protect its innovations with a patent needs to file an application in each territory it wishes to protect their invention. If the majority of Chinese patents filed have no protection outside of the country, we therefore have to question their potential on a global scale. It’s, therefore, another indicator that quality is falling foul to a game of numbers with the Chinese IP system." Why China's impressive patent rates don't tell the whole story - NS Tech

    "China Claims More Patents Than Any Country—Most Are Worthless" China Claims More Patents Than Any Country—Most Are Worthless - Bloomberg

    Numbers are fun to play with, but without context, they are meaningless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    @cujo - True, some are doing well. And many grew up in that type of communist rule and don't know any different. You don't know what your missing if you never had it. The Chinese I knew where quite kind. I mixed with all sorts, so many Chinese have their own story. I do feel sorry for some of the women as well and children. Children that aren't born in the big city aren't allowed to go to the public schools, so they are often stuck in their little towns. If a person isn't born in a big city they often have to pay the govt money just to live in one. Anyway, it is more detailed than some realize what some of these people have to go through.
    Where do you get this shit?

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    her 2 years teaching there, of course.

    She's an expert, donchya know?

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    I think that must have been a long time ago.

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    ^No, I was there for four years up to a few years ago. Anyway, what I'm talking about is the inequality in pay between the educated and uneducated who are mostly people that move from rural areas to the big cities like Shanghai and Beijing to work, but are making a low income as the competition is so high. Also with being less educated these people have less options. I know a few men who moved from a rural area a few hours away from Beijing to Beijing and is making a very low wage. He is not allowed to bring his child with him to raise and attend school. That is the rules. The poverty rates are much higher in rural China and many schools are closed because teachers just don't want to go there. I spoke to a few people that were in the same situation.

    Obviously China has grown exponentially at a fast rate and poverty is decreasing, but there are still problems.

    You can read more about what I'm talking about here.
    Poverty in China - Wikipedia
    Under the heading, Increased inequality and Rural-Urban divide.

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    One big thing that I think the Chinese do that is really really really stupid is keeping the Chinese Communist party name. They are smart to reject democracy and do it their own way. But jesus christ you idiots. Change the freaking name of the party. Call it the United China party or some frickin thing. They talked about doing this but some of the old grey Maoists rejected the idea. Dumb move. Really dumb move.

    Now they have this red commi label with the hammer and sickle and they wont be able to get rid of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    One big thing that I think the Chinese do that is really really really stupid is keeping the Chinese Communist party name. They are smart to reject democracy and do it their own way. But jesus christ you idiots. Change the freaking name of the party. Call it the United China party or some frickin thing. They talked about doing this but some of the old grey Maoists rejected the idea. Dumb move. Really dumb move.
    Indeed . . . North Korea has been doing that for decades and fooling people like you:

    Democratic People's Republic of Korea


    Halfwit like you believe that North Korea is, in fact, a democracy.


    After al this time . . . who knew . . . all the Communists have to do is change their name.



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