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  • Snitch App

    China’s new app that encourages citizens to report dissidents for expressing ‘mistaken opinions.’ The new platform will target anyone who criticizes the dictatorship’s ruling CCP, disputes the official version of the country’s history or engages in “misinformation.”

    202 Points
  • Struggle Session

    A form of physiological warfare via public humiliation and torture designed to shape public opinion in communist China during the reign of Chairman Mao.

    283 Points
  • Chinese Red Guards

    A pseudo-military designation adopted by university students who saw themselves as the protectors of Mao and the communist regime, charging people with manifestly ridiculous crimes and physically assaulting them before jeering crowds. 

    289 Points
  • Uyghur

    Turkic Muslims living in Xinjiang, western China, which are heavily-oppressed by the Chinese Communist Party and conveniently ignored by the West .

    267 Points
  • Chinese State Media

    Official state-run press agencies of the People’s Republic of China Communist Party, such as People’s Daily, Beijing Daily, China Daily, Xinhua News Agency, New York Times, CNN, WaPo, Atlantic, ABC, CBS, Alphabet, Facebook, Twitter, Tic Toc, and the rest of the U.S. MSM.

    274 Points
  • Sunrise Movement

    A political action organization that advocates total anarchy and destruction, hiding behind the theme of political action on climate change, primarily focusing on militarization of ‘youth’ who cannot form a meaningful sentence without using ‘like’ in every other word.

    378 Points
  • Saul Alinsky

    The intellectual godfather of contemporary militant community organizers, who pushed the idea of polarizing street politics through his writing — especially the 1971 book “Rules for Radicals” which is a step-by-step approach on how to divide people and dehumanize your enemy to the point where rational discussion is impossible- and bragged about learning his tactics from […]

    624 Points
  • Cultural Appropriation

    A postmodern term, also phrased cultural misappropriation, invented to destroy individual expressions in order to force people on subscribing to the same ideology by wearing standardized military-style uniforms, showing no differences in ethnicity, culture, rank or sex. 

    575 Points
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