Absolutely nothing can disappear dissident thoughts and opinions quite as effectively as a Socialist regime. They are global masters at thought policing and control. And the leaders in their own mini-league? China.
The level of control the state exerts over its populace is legendary, from facial-recognition on every street corner to a nationwide social credit system that requires good, complicit behaviour with the state in order to qualify for anything from a mortgage to state benefits. Openly criticise China in any way and you become a non-person, separated from society.
Why is China not being globally ostracised for this affront to simple human rights? One reason. Money. Nothing but money.
It’s why China continues to “disappear” millions of Uighur Muslims via re-education camps and other sinister means, yet Iran and Pakistan can barely speak – so full their mouths are of Chinese cock!
This is replicated everywhere as Chinese influence is spread by cold hard cash in the form of trade and infrastructure development, throwing an arm around Africa and Latin America, while post-colonial White guilt and a similar love of Chinese money stop the West effectively responding.
We saw this just a couple of days ago as Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey expressing support for anti-government protests in Hong Kong. Instantly he was forced to withdraw comments as China made it clear that the $billions it puts into the NBA was at stake.
Already NBA exhibition games have been scrubbed from broadcast in China. This forced the NBA into a grovelling apology.
And who are the American masters at demonstrating that they just don’t give a fuck? Step forward the heroes we need right now. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
The Chinese government has deleted all clips, episodes and all online discussions of South Park following the show’s most recent episode – Band In China.
The episode in question featured a pair of storylines that critiqued and mocked Hollywood’s habit of shaping its content to avoid offending Chinese government censors and social media platforms.
A search on Weibo returns zero results!
All links to clips, episodes and full seasons of the show on streaming service Youku are now gone. Tieba, China’s largest online discussions platform, has closed all threads and sub-threads related to the series.
In the episode, Randy is caught attempting to sell weed in China and getting sent to a work camp where he runs into an imprisoned Winnie the Pooh. The Chinese government aggressively censors Winnie The Pooh because, and I swear I am not making this up, he looks like President Xi. This makes President Xi very angry.
A second storyline follows Stan, Jimmy, Kenny, and Butters forming a metal band. Somebody wants to make a Spinal Tap style documentary about them but the script keeps changing so that the film can safely be distributed in China.
Many shots are taken at Disney’s kowtowing to the Chinese regime.
After the NBA’s money-driven retreat, those South Park boys poured fuel on their self-created fire, engaged warp-factor Troll, and pushed their don’t-give-a-fuckery-up a level with a classic tweet.
As we speak The Last Movie Outpost is being disappeared in China and a very angry man from my local takeaway is outside demanding my toddler hands over his Winnie The Pooh cuddly toy.
Let’s all laugh at these thin-skinned, weak, oversensitive Chinese pussies before they kill us all.