SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM has a goal of being completely done by ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE-----what we discuss as SMART HOMES that will SPY ON US. You flush that toilet and that data will appear on this CREDIT SYSTEM -----flush that toilet too much and you end up on THE LIST.
This global banking black market illegal surveillance and PORN is completely separate from these SOCIAL CREDIT STRUCTURES----even in BRUTAL CHINA. What China is doing today with this SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM is holding 5% players tied to that nations' ROBBER BARON few decades responsible ------these players are being placed on THE LIST----you know, that is 5% freemason/Greek player/pol CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA here in US. China is also using this SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM to end its own massive illegal surveillance and PORN as its citizens have been made PORN MULES-----PORN ADDICTS just as here in US. These are the people making THE LIST in this system.
China’s "Social Credit System" Has Caused More Than Just Public Shaming (HBO)
MY public shaming is tied to being unwilling to CONFORM-----the goal in China with this SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM is not morals and ethics---it is not about making people environmental or financially wise-----it is absolutely an OBEY ME-----in order for global 1% to TRUST YOU. What this will do in China where citizens have never experienced FREEDOM, LIBERTY, JUSTICE, PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS----where RELIGION was killed during MAOIST GREAT LEAP FORWARD----the Chinese 99% of people have already been indoctrinated to identify only with THE PARTY----which is the same as GLOBAL CORPORATIONS/GLOBAL 1%.
THE LIST in China is filled more with POLITICAL DISSIDENTS. It is mainly a tool for keeping political and personal expressions SILENT.
FEEDBACK from THE PUBLIC NETWORK yesterday was ----YES, THAT IS WHAT WE ARE DOING. NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG are doing their own thing.
'But President Xi himself has done possibly more than anyone to foster the current Maoist revival'.
China's Xi is simply positioning himself to bringing back global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS royalty to China. When we say that this MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD DEEP DEEP REALLY DEEP STATE driven by SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM------will be far more REPRESSIVE AND BRUTAL then MAOIST GREAT LEAP FORWARD -----MAO did not have this super-duper surveillance structure to capture his followers but he used the SPYING ON YOUR NEIGHBOR approach as well.
FAR-RIGHT WING, AUTHORITARIAN, MILITARISTIC, EXTREME WEALTH EXTREME POVERTY -----is what this NEO----MAOISM will be. Chinese 99% of WE THE PEOPLE will simply be totally captured having every movement videotaped and analyzed determining where on THE LIST each citizen will be.
This is the exact same structure here in Baltimore ---HITTING ME for not wanting to be GROUP SPEAK------MOVING FORWARD NEO-MAOIST MARXIST here in US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES.
This is why I do not care if people LAUGH AT ME with all this public HITTING-----today in US our 99% WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens have no idea what life will be like if MOVING FORWARD ends our US national sovereignty and rights as US CITIZENS
'His family was not officially rehabilitated until 1978 — two years after Mao’s death brought the Cultural Revolution to an end'.
Terms like RE-EDUCATION----REHABILITATION were used to describe how these far-right fascist structures FORCE people to change their POLITICAL STANCE---ALLIANCE. The public surveillance here in Baltimore has said many times-----
WE ARE TRYING TO REHABILITATE HER SO SHE CAN GET OFF THE LIST.
What I call GROUP SPEAK and CHATTER is the same as this national FEVER for repeating MAO'S LITTLE RED BOOK.
'Many of the victims of public humiliation committed suicide, as well'.
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What Was the Chinese Cultural Revolution?
Red Guards in a mass reading of Mao's Little Red Book, 1968. Hulton Archive / Getty Images
by Kallie Szczepanski
Updated May 23, 2019Between 1966 and 1976, the young people of China rose up in an effort to purge the nation of the "Four Olds": old customs, old culture, old habits, and old ideas.
Mao Sparks the Cultural Revolution
In August 1966, Mao Zedong called for the start of a Cultural Revolution at the Plenum of the Communist Central Committee. He urged the creation of corps of "Red Guards" to punish party officials and any other persons who showed bourgeois tendencies.
Mao likely was motivated to call for the so-called Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in order to rid the Chinese Communist Party of his opponents after the tragic failure of his Great Leap Forward policies. Mao knew that other party leaders were planning to marginalize him, so he appealed directly to his supporters among the people to join him in a Cultural Revolution. He also believed that communist revolution had to be a continuous process, in order to stave off capitalist ideas.
Mao's call was answered by the students, some as young as elementary school, who organized themselves into the first groups of Red Guards. They were joined later by workers and soldiers.
The first targets of the Red Guards included Buddhist temples, churches, and mosques, which were razed to the ground or converted to other uses. Sacred texts, as well as Confucian writings, were burned, along with religious statues and other artwork. Any object associated with China's pre-revolutionary past was liable to be destroyed.
In their fervor, the Red Guards began to persecute people deemed "counter-revolutionary" or "bourgeois," as well. The Guards conducted so-called "struggle sessions," in which they heaped abuse and public humiliation upon people accused of capitalist thoughts (usually these were teachers, monks, and other educated persons). These sessions often included physical violence, and many of the accused died or ended up being held in re-education camps for years. According to the Mao's Last Revolution by Roderick MacFarquhar and Michael Schoenhals, almost 1,800 people were killed in Beijing alone in August and September of 1966.
The Revolution Spins out of Control
By February of 1967, China had descended into chaos. The purges had reached the level of army generals who dared to speak out against the excesses of the Cultural Revolution, and Red Guards were turning against one another and fighting in the streets. Mao's wife, Jiang Qing, encouraged the Red Guards to raid arms from the People's Liberation Army (PLA), and even to replace the army entirely if necessary.
By December of 1968, even Mao realized that the Cultural Revolution was spinning out of control. China's economy, already weakened by the Great Leap Forward, was faltering badly. Industrial production fell by 12% in just two years. In reaction, Mao issued a call for the "Down to the Countryside Movement," in which young cadres from the city were sent to live on farms and learn from the peasants. Although he spun this idea as a tool for leveling society, in fact, Mao sought to disperse the Red Guards across the country, so that they could not cause so much trouble anymore.
With the worst of the street violence over, the Cultural Revolution in the following six or seven years revolved primarily around struggles for power in the upper echelons of the Chinese Communist Party. By 1971, Mao and his second-in-command, Lin Biao, were trading assassination attempts against one another. On September 13, 1971, Lin and his family tried to fly to the Soviet Union, but their plane crashed. Officially, it ran out of fuel or had an engine failure, but there is speculation that the plane was shot down either by Chinese or Soviet officials.
Mao was aging quickly, and his health was failing. One of the main players in the succession game was his wife, Jiang Qing. She and three cronies, called the "Gang of Four," controlled most of China's media, and railed against moderates such as the Deng Xiaoping (now rehabilitated after a stint in a re-education camp) and Zhou Enlai. Although the politicians were still enthusiastic about purging their opponents, the Chinese people had lost their taste for the movement.
Zhou Enlai died in January of 1976, and popular grief over his death turned into demonstrations against the Gang of Four and even against Mao. In April, as many as 2 million people flooded Tiananmen Square for Zhou Enlai's memorial service—and the mourners publicly denounced Mao and Jiang Qing. That July, the Great Tangshan Earthquake accentuated the Communist Party's lack of leadership in the face of tragedy, further eroding public support. Jiang Qing even went on the radio to urge the people not to allow the earthquake to distract them from criticizing Deng Xiaoping.
Mao Zedong died on September 9, 1976. His hand-picked successor, Hua Guofeng, had the Gang of Four arrested. This signaled the end of the Cultural Revolution.
After-Effects of the Cultural Revolution
For the entire decade of the Cultural Revolution, schools in China did not operate, leaving an entire generation with no formal education. All of the educated and professional people had been targets for re-education. Those that hadn't been killed were dispersed across the countryside, toiling on farms or working in labor camps.
All sorts of antiquities and artifacts were taken from museums and private homes and were destroyed as symbols of "old thinking." Priceless historical and religious texts also were burned to ashes.
The exact number of people killed during the Cultural Revolution is unknown, but it was at least in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions. Many of the victims of public humiliation committed suicide, as well. Members of ethnic and religious minorities suffered disproportionately, including Tibetan Buddhists, Hui people, and Mongolians.
Terrible mistakes and brutal violence mar the history of Communist China. The Cultural Revolution is among the worst of these incidents, not only because of the horrific human suffering inflicted but also because so many remnants of that country's great and ancient culture were willfully destroyed.
'Many of the victims of public humiliation committed suicide, as well'.
FEEDBACK from public surveillance inside the bus I took home says --------WHEN WE 'HIT' THEM THEY DON'T WANT TO COME OUT OF THE HOUSE----speaking about ME and how I can feel OK with leaving my house while being subjected to NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG illegal surveillance and PORN----followed with these PUBLIC 'SHAMING'. As I said last week------FEEDBACK says----SHE IS NOT GOING TO SURVIVE THIS-----
I emphasize that MY CASE is unique only because I am one of a very few that FIGHTS BACK. Each community in Baltimore is saturated with NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG-----illegal surveillance and PORN HITTING people all over the place and yes, almost all of them either REFORM and become GROUP SPEAK-----or stay inside that SEX TRADE as PERFORMERS who do indeed STAY INSIDE THE HOUSE.
I am NOWHERE near suicide-----I am only thinking about JUSTICE------lawsuits to hold NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG responsible for SEXUALLY ASSAULTING and NON-CONTACT RAPE making sure they understand THE SHAME AND HUMILIATION IS ON THEM.
All of this is indeed tied to CHINESE SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM AND SCORING-----we can see how brutal and cruel it will be by looking at what exists today as simply a TRIAL RUN in development.
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The moral of this story is------STAND UP AND FIGHT BACK-----don't allow these far-right wing structures killing our US democracy bring you down!
China's SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM creates that LIST from which people either try to rehabilitate themselves------or by which one's way of living changes forever. THE LIST as a social credit score has nothing to do with social benefit---social good------it is not based in morals and ethics-----one gets a good score by being the best at DOING WHAT GLOBAL BANKING 1% tells one to do which today in US is MOVING FORWARD US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES as DEEP, DEEP, REALLY DEEP STATE-------
ONE WORLD GLOBAL CORPORATE MARXISM.
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