What the Leftist SJW Culture Have in Common with Communist Chinese Culture

Dec 09, 2021 | 🚀 Fathership
The American Far-Left and Communist China.

Some might say “Do you really need an essay to state the obvious?” Part of me would even agree that is unfair to compare the American Left to Communist China’s culture because the Communist Chinese society is still far worse than anything that most of us in the free West can understand.

But America (and everyone in the free world) must be vigilant and pay attention to the movement that is currently unfolding in Hong Kong. Their protest against Beijing’s tyranny will set the course for the future of freedom.

The Hong Kongers’ fight against Beijing’s tyranny is a symbolic parallel of our own struggle to protect our own freedom and liberty here in America.

Putting aside China’s thirst of usurping America as the global superpower, we should also take note of the similarities that the Chinese Communist culture share with the American Social Justice Left.

Listed below are some of the resemblance the American Far-Left shares with today’s Chinese Communist culture.

No room for dissent or differing opinions

The American Left is notorious for their intolerance concerning differences of opinions. The same trend is observed in China today.

Chinese citizens, brainwashed by the communist government, demonstrates utter intolerance to the Hong Kongers right to protest. Threats of violence and force are called upon to secure the complete crackdown on the people of Hong Kongers.

Pictured: Pro Beijing Nationalist counter-protesting against Hong Kong

It is hard not to be reminded of how eerily similar this situation in China is to how the intolerant left operates in America. Conservative voices and opinions are often silenced with threats of violence. Dissenting voices and opinions are not tolerated because it opposes their political hegemony.

The Chinese government does not trust its own citizens to make their own judgment, just like the Socialist Left in America.

China has a cancel culture — the SJW left is the same

If you keep up with Chinese news, there’s an interesting story about the Chinese government’s effort to “cancel” the online history of a Chinese MMA fighter.

Why? Well, because he consistently challenges and successfully defeats Kung Fu and Tai Chi masters with his MMA style of combat. For this sin against the “Chinese national morale”, he is to be erased from the internet.

The irony of this is how Xu Xiaodong (the MMA fighter in question), is a patriotic Chinese citizen who loves China and supports the Communist Party. However, none of that mattered to the Chinese Government because he is merely a tool in the CCP’s grand scheme of tyranny.

Pictured: Xu Xiaodong, #canceled by the Chinese Government because his Western MMA style of combat keeps beating Traditional Chinese Martial Arts

The Mobilization of children for propaganda purposes

Xu Xiaodong was “canceled” by the Chinese authorities because he was deemed to be a bad influence on the youth in China. This is unsurprising since the Chinese regime must monopolize and control the thoughts of their subjects, especially the young.

The Communist Party view the young as nothing more than tools they can use to implement the regime’s agenda. Children are constantly used as a resource to brainwash the masses.

Take for example last year’s arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Canada. Chinese state media released a video of children singing praises for Huawei in retaliation as an effort to garner public support for Huawei.

It’s hard to ignore how this mobilization of children by the Chinese Communist Party is eerily similar to how the left utilizes Greta Thunberg to push their climate change agenda….

Communist are great at exploiting children for propaganda purposes

China is obsessed with class — as is the left

While we are on the topic of children, take note on another aspect of how the American SJW Left and their Chinese Communist comrades share a kinship when it comes to the matter of offsprings.

Despite Mao’s initiative to eliminate all class distinction during his Cultural Revolution, Chinese society is still obsessed with judging people based on their personal wealth.

Pictured: We love peace (1951) (© Michael Wolf)

Children in China tend to be judged based on their parent’s economic stature. A child from a wealthy family (likely connected to the Communist Party) is generally treated with more respect than a child from a poor, provincial family.

Notice how the left also judges' children by their parent’s status. Children with successful parents are labeled as being guilty of “privilege” while children from the lower socio-economic rungs are thought to be doomed for a life of oppression.

Pictured: The SJW view of children’s destiny. The rest of this comic strip is here.

The fundamental similarity here is how the SJW Left and Chinese Communist do not view people as individuals.

Rather, the class a person is born into determines their identity. “Intersectionality” is quite simply the Millenial Era re-branding of Marxist class theory. Original article appeared on Medium.

Leong Mun Wai pulled a 'Raeesah Khan' in Parliament on Telegram hearsay

Jan 13, 2022 | 🚀 Fathership
On Tuesday (Jan 11), Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member Leong Mun Wai claimed that he received feedback from residents, "that some teachers have already practised vaccination diferentiated safe management measures in schools".

When asked by Education Minister Chan Chun Sing to name the schools and teachers involved, Leong backpedalled and said that the feedback was through Whatsapp and that he would need to ask 'his' residents before making a clarification. He later disclosed that the feedback originated from a Telegram group called SG Concerned Parents.

After a terse exchange between Chan and Speaker of the House Tan Chuan Jin, Leong admitted that the chat group messages did not name any particular schools.



Indranee: When you make allegations against teachers and just cast it out there, you must be able to substantiate it

Leong's response drew a rebuke from Leader of the House Indranee Rajah who admonished Leong for making unsubstantiated claims.

Indranee rose and said: "When you make allegations against teachers and just cast it out there, you must be able to substantiate it. And that is why Minister Chan (had) asked, ‘Please provide me with the details of which school and which teacher so that the Ministry of Education can follow up'.”

She described Leong’s explanation on Tuesday as an attempt to “grandstand” or make broad speeches that have no bearing on the details requested by the Education Minister.

Leong Mun Wai another Raeesah Khan?

In August last year, Raeesah shared an anecdote in Parliament about details of a rape case she alleged was mishandled by the police. She later admitted to lying about the anecdote.

In 2014, Workers' Party MP Faisal Manap also made an unsubstantiated claim alleging that when he was a counsellor, he came across a couple who were having housing issues and advised to file for a divorce by the Housing and Development Board — so that the wife would be eligible to buy a house under the Singles Scheme and she could subsequently remarry her husband.

He later apologised for not verifying the authenticity of his anecdote.