TECHNOCRACY: CHINA RISING (Part 3)

Soft Power: the ability of a nation to use cultural coercion, to co-opt, to attract an adversary rather than use hard power. Political values are exploited fully, and as has been seen in the west, the CCP giving candy to babies, the exploitation advances in on younger and younger audiences. TikTok and We Chat, apps created in China use soft power to coerce very young people, slowing changing their values, prohibiting truth about human rights abuses in China, the persecution of the Falun Gong; the terrible human rights abuses in Tibet, Hong Kong, India, Xinjiang Uyghurs in the Mongolian Autonomous Region. Using the lowest common denominator to gain a vast audience and through technology gather mountains of data on their choices, their culture, their likes and dislikes, what motivates them emotionally, how is their love, their views on life and conversations so that might turn them and be used against them. And use against their government. Furthering the views of a socialist collective and the soft cheese glob of a global China Technocratic collective...

TECHNOCRACY: CHINA RISING (Part two)

...China has been amassing incredible manufacturing power at the cost by the west in a disintegrating manufacturing infrastructure, that was the largest in the world at one time...and now along with all this dollar store junk and excess of dumping their plastic waste re-manufactured into widgets, and gadgets; their back doors into communication tech like cellphones and the purchasing of any intellectual, property or property maker, because they stifle the creative within China.