Positive YouTube channels on China


ChongqingHotPot92

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Can we add Tucker Carlson and Fox News to the list?

There are indeed some similarities in values between American conservatives and Xi's visions.

1. Both believe in the importance of high-tech manufacturing.
2. Both believe in the importance of self-reliance both individually as citizens (economic independence and prosperity) and as a nation (especially economic and high-tech sector)
3. Both believe in the importance of military power (peace through strength).
4. Both believe in the necessity of market-based competition.
5. Both believe that the masculinity of men should trump over feminism and LGBTQ rights (social conservatism).
6. Both believe in traditional family values (social conservatism).
7. Both are highly nationalistic and believe that the interests if their nations should be prioritized over the international community (Westphalian).
8. Both despise European social democracy and welfare states (accusing European social democrats and Californians as "lazy people").
 

Agnus

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If the PRC was still the ROC and being lead by KMT, doing everything that the CPC is doing. Tons of these right wingers would be foaming at the mouth and licking the feet. The Communist ideology and iconology just puts them off.
 

Sardaukar20

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Just found out today that Bay Area 415 has deleted his channel on youtube due to death threats.
Damn... I enjoyed watching his channel. If he had to resort to deleting his YT channel, I think the death threats could be quite serious. He claims to be working as a lawyer and is still employed. So I suppose that there might also be threats of doxxing, career loss, and threats to his family. So much for freedom of speech in the US. It would make the Gestapo proud.

Well, I do hope that he and his family are safe, first and foremost. Maybe he could consider moving to Latin America, China, or SEA. It would be much safer to broadcast his ideas from there.
 

Expert1324

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Guys, do you think we should start a completely new thread collating all the networks of anti china forces/media (an opposite of this thread basically) ? as they say 知己知彼,百戰百勝。

I believe Nathan Rich made an intensive list for all the networks and reach of the FLG that a lot of people might not know. Such as Mike Chen, taste of china, a variety of innocent looking of cooking, vlogging, language, exercising etc channels. Its truly fascinating for me.

Me having this suggestion is due to the fact that Nathan's list while comprehensive about the FLG, is definitely not the full picture. There is a whole other world of abomination known as Twitter, Reddit, chonglangTV, sabana, Youtubers(lele Farley, xu xiao dong, shuo shi hua de xu mou, dogchinashow, china bill, etc, etc), whole bunch of self hating white worshipping chinese etc etc. That could be added as the time goes.

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Just, twitter alone, there is already multiple communities of different type of chinese in different geographical regions from different backgrounds with different sets of interest who are all anti-chinese. It would be interesting to discuss the psychology and motive behind these people, their backgrounds and the contents and evidence(if any) they propagate.
Just asking for an opinion on this.
 

Maikeru

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Damn... I enjoyed watching his channel. If he had to resort to deleting his YT channel, I think the death threats could be quite serious. He claims to be working as a lawyer and is still employed. So I suppose that there might also be threats of doxxing, career loss, and threats to his family. So much for freedom of speech in the US. It would make the Gestapo proud.

Well, I do hope that he and his family are safe, first and foremost. Maybe he could consider moving to Latin America, China, or SEA. It would be much safer to broadcast his ideas from there.
Try making a public statement that there are only 2 biological sexes there.
 

solarz

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Guys, do you think we should start a completely new thread collating all the networks of anti china forces/media (an opposite of this thread basically) ? as they say 知己知彼,百戰百勝。

I believe Nathan Rich made an intensive list for all the networks and reach of the FLG that a lot of people might not know. Such as Mike Chen, taste of china, a variety of innocent looking of cooking, vlogging, language, exercising etc channels. Its truly fascinating for me.

Me having this suggestion is due to the fact that Nathan's list while comprehensive about the FLG, is definitely not the full picture. There is a whole other world of abomination known as Twitter, Reddit, chonglangTV, sabana, Youtubers(lele Farley, xu xiao dong, shuo shi hua de xu mou, dogchinashow, china bill, etc, etc), whole bunch of self hating white worshipping chinese etc etc. That could be added as the time goes.

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Just, twitter alone, there is already multiple communities of different type of chinese in different geographical regions from different backgrounds with different sets of interest who are all anti-chinese. It would be interesting to discuss the psychology and motive behind these people, their backgrounds and the contents and evidence(if any) they propagate.
Just asking for an opinion on this.

What would be the purpose? These networks are amorphous, they will create and delete accounts as needed.
 

Sardaukar20

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Registered Member
Guys, do you think we should start a completely new thread collating all the networks of anti china forces/media (an opposite of this thread basically) ? as they say 知己知彼,百戰百勝。

I believe Nathan Rich made an intensive list for all the networks and reach of the FLG that a lot of people might not know. Such as Mike Chen, taste of china, a variety of innocent looking of cooking, vlogging, language, exercising etc channels. Its truly fascinating for me.

Me having this suggestion is due to the fact that Nathan's list while comprehensive about the FLG, is definitely not the full picture. There is a whole other world of abomination known as Twitter, Reddit, chonglangTV, sabana, Youtubers(lele Farley, xu xiao dong, shuo shi hua de xu mou, dogchinashow, china bill, etc, etc), whole bunch of self hating white worshipping chinese etc etc. That could be added as the time goes.

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Just, twitter alone, there is already multiple communities of different type of chinese in different geographical regions from different backgrounds with different sets of interest who are all anti-chinese. It would be interesting to discuss the psychology and motive behind these people, their backgrounds and the contents and evidence(if any) they propagate.
Just asking for an opinion on this.
Yes, that sounds interesting to discuss. Nevertheless, there have been extensive discussions and digging into China-hating bananas in the Hong Kong Protest, and Coronavirus threads. Those two threads have become a de-facto discussion space on anti-China bananas.

I do have some theories about why these anti-China bananas hate China so much.

The first group of these people are typically ethnic Chinese whom at some point in their lives, enjoyed some form of superiority relative to the mainland Chinese. Typically ethnic Chinese from HK, TW, Singapore, SEA and the West. When the mainland Chinese started to rise up in prosperity and start to equal them, they could not accept it. And then that's where the hate starts. A type of racial superiority complex, aka: fascism. Examples are the HK cockroaches, Nathan Law, and supporters of the DPP in Taiwan.

The second group I think are mainland Chinese who got too caught up into West-worshipping that they see themselves as 'enlightened' and 'superior' to the average Chinese. I usually observe those types becoming anti-China activists and journalists. People like Liu Xiaobo, and some journalists in the SCMP.

The third group are just plain criminals and scum who have a problem with the law in China. Who then found refuge and a new anti-China career in the West. People like Li Hongzhi of Falun Gong, and Miles Guo.
 

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