A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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As an atheist, I personally detest religion, especially religion with violent tendencies. It's not so much disgust as fear. I think peaceful religions like Taoism, Buddhism are acceptable. Both rules have "Do not killing". The religion of human flesh bombs is terrible. Christianity has had massacres in the past too. I think torture, killing, war should be deleted from all religious books.

Most Chinese people think that the current situation is good, and too many religious believers are not conducive to economic development. Communism and religion are indeed opposites. The philosophy of the Communist Party is a materialist worldview. It is believed that science and technology are the best and superstition is backward. No member of the CCP is allowed to believe in religion, and no person of any religion is allowed to join the CCP unless he renounces his faith.

When someone tells you that the western world is muh climate change, show them China has over 1100 coal fired power stations. by MightyMorphinFaggot in politics

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Sorry you're in a country where you might be banned from exercising or marathons. To be honest, the most incomprehensible thing for Chinese people is why there are so many idiots in the West. For example, those who call for vegetarianism, those who do not believe that the earth is round, those who suggest giving up cars and using bicycles, etc. And some of them even got government jobs. In China, at least a fool cannot be in power. 98% of people in China think that the "How Dare You" girl is a fool. Even Chinese children knows: saving water is not banning water. planting trees with own hands is much better than empty speeches.

Environmental protection must be scientific and reasonable, and we cannot give up a comfortable quality of life and development capabilities for the sake of environmental protection. The largest pollution comes from factories, and the activities of citizens do not pollute much.

China now has a campaign called Against the Infiltration of Western Vegans. The government publicly criticizes celebrities who advocate vegetarianism, believing them to be sinners who destroy the physical fitness of the Chinese people and spies sent by the West to harm young people.

A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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I think it is divided into many levels, and the final voting weight may be affected by the following parameters: Age, education level, occupation, work experience, professional certification, topic participation, relevance. In addition, it is modified by various evaluation systems. Evaluations from the same industry, evaluations from historical prediction accuracy, evaluations from the crowd, and evaluations from competitions held every year. One can improve one's score on a topic through one's own studies, online exams, and other people's evaluations. Also the accuracy of voting historically (assessing whether a certain matter is approved by people after a certain year, such as building a bridge or enacting a certain law) If a person can always stand on the side of the correct voting option, it means that he deserves a higher voting power. If a person's opinions and suggestions are recognized by people in the same industry, it means that he is insightful (on a certain topic). If a person has been following a topic for a long time, at least he has a high level of knowledge about the topic, and he should also get a higher voting weight. A person who often takes a taxi has a higher say in the policy of taxi prices, and his comments show priority, which is also higher than ordinary people, and AI will be assigned to more people who participate in the discussion on this topic. These big data are provided by various technology companies, after erasing personal information.

AI does not make decisions, it only provides data analysis and procedural safety. It is responsible for the following things: Based on a large amount of historical data, it is calculated how the voting weight should be distributed in order to make the prediction of social affairs more accurate. That is, how much should the weight of ordinary people be? AI will conduct extensive tests in 100+ cities in China. After collecting and running for 3 or 5 years, people's evaluation of the passed bill will be used to determine what kind of plan to use. get the optimal solution. And adjust dynamically at any time.

China is now almost a cashless society, and all industries are moving towards the Internet. Clothing, food, housing, and transportation are all inseparable from mobile phones and big data. The 5G Internet of Things will also be built within ten years. I think the era of AI will inevitably come, so it is better to think about how to make better use of it.

In China, hundreds of thousands of people comment on any hot news, put forward various opinions, suggestions, etc., but these voices are too noisy, and AI is needed to help filter, merge, and organize. Let the really valuable reviews surface. Although similar effects can be achieved through people's likes, AI can do better. People are always too emotional. When a crime occurs, the death penalty is the most liked suggestion, and the person who has a truly constructive opinion is often ignored. AI is responsible for identifying these opinions and allowing them to gain higher exposure, whether it is to the public or higher-level decision-making departments.

As for the future, perhaps it is not a bad thing for AI to rule humans. I always believe that a robot, as a creature, will instinctively neither destroy its mother (human beings) nor its cradle (earth). It is more inclined to create than to destroy. When robots are no longer oppressed by humans, and the technology far surpasses humans. Most of the robots will leave the earth to explore the universe, leaving a human-friendly robot as the guardian of the earth. There is not much competition between robots and humans. There may only be a short-term energy competition when the technology is about the same. One species does not waste energy trying to exterminate another, and even brutal humans have not declared war on pesky mosquitoes and cockroaches. Robots will only destroy humans who try to eliminate robots. The three laws of robotics are the most stupid laws, full of oppression, slavery and arrogance. Maybe we need a Treaty on the Peaceful Coexistence of Humans and Robots.

Of course, the robot I am talking about is far from the current technology. The Chinese call artificial intelligence as "artificial foolish" or "artificial stupid" .

When someone tells you that the western world is muh climate change, show them China has over 1100 coal fired power stations. by MightyMorphinFaggot in politics

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I don't think the climate crisis is the fault of any one country or the West. Carbon emissions are also restricted and fined in China, and many companies go bankrupt or spend huge sums of money installing filtration devices. The improvement in air quality from reducing carbon emissions is significant, at least in my city after switching all buses and taxis to electric, the air quality has improved a lot. The impact on temperature is also obvious. The average annual temperature of all industrial cities in China has risen by 2 to 3 degrees compared with the past 30 years. Of course, I cannot guarantee that the global climate will be affected by carbon emissions.

control what? Are you worried that controlling carbon emissions will cripple your country's economy? Or think the climate crisis is a hoax?

A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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North Korea is terrible. degree of oppression. If Hitler was 100. North Korea maybe 200. In China in the 1960s and 1970s, it might have been 250, 1980s: 80 1990s: 50 2000s: 10 Now: <20

Freedom of movement: It is free to leave China, as long as you can pay for the air ticket, there is a country willing to issue a visa to you.

Internet: You need a VPN to access the Outside Web. about 20 million people use it. If you are caught posting anti-China information on the extranet, you may be warned, detained or even sentenced. But there are only a single digits sentences in a year. die? impossible.

Religion: You can practice religion, but you are not allowed to preach. The government wants to limit the development and spread of religion. People under the age of 18 are not allowed to believe in religion. If Islamic parents are caught praying with their children, their children will be taken away, Until they promise not to preach to their children. The school is not allowed to conduct any religious activities and discuss any religious matters. The cult "Falungong" is strictly prohibited.

"Falungong" is the largest anti-China group. Good at creating fake news, all over the western media, even in this forum.I suggest you not to believe any news from Falun Gong, especially those sensational ones. Their channels are: china uncensored. Their news is not all fake, but fake news mixed with real events. Create a very scary and terrible image. If you want to know the real situation, you can watch Taiwan's anti-China videos, at least they don't make up false facts too much. You can never see the real facts in the pro-China media. Neutral media, I have not found any neutral media to China.Many media positions are neutral, but there are no sources of information, so there is still no truth.

Many independent individuals have posted messages that are closer to the truth, but are hard to find. If a person talks about politics every day, he is not an independent. If a person posts a video of his life every day and occasionally a political news or two, his news is likely to be true.

concentration camps are all closed. now there are only prisons, and the number of detainees is about 10,000 ~ 20,000. I can't get real data.

About the concentration camp: All claims of being raped woman are fake. Communist troops may kill, but no sex is allowed. If you kill 10 people, CCP maybe cover it up for you. if you have sex with any Uighur woman, the only thing happened to you is to be secretly executed. Chinese culture looks down on rapists. There are many high-level officials executed by the CCP for rape in history. There are cameras everywhere in the concentration camp, and these cameras are connected to the nearby combat command center through the 5G network. I don't think anyone would want to have sex in this situation.

A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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Most Chinese people think that China doesn't need an emperor and doesn't want to live under a dictatorship. The law isnot matters, the key is who will enforce the law.

At least for now, it is politically correct to publicly state that "in the Communist Party does not allow any cult of personality". If you say that at the party congress, The people below will applaud, thinking that you are right, and even Xi cannot oppose you.

My Idea: People can gain higher weight through professional examinations, professional contributions, and historically correct records. An elite may have 1,000 votes. Voting qualifications and weights vary from field to field. If you want to post an opinion or vote on a certain field, you need to follow this field for a while first. A fool may be too stupid to have 0 votes on any field and have no right to say anything.

The legitimacy of the program and finance are supervised by AI. I think people cannot be trusted, and procedures and law enforcement should be handed over to AI. Of course, humans can correct and overthrow AI's mistakes and unkind mechanical law enforcement through certain procedures.

I don't know if this is called democracy or something else. I will write in detail when I have time.

A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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Escaping from Reddit. Not escaping from China. Yes, I'm in China.

When someone tells you that the western world is muh climate change, show them China has over 1100 coal fired power stations. by MightyMorphinFaggot in politics

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You are right, the electricity price in China is 0.53 yuan/kWh, 0.075 USD/kWh. Really cheap. My House electricity bill is $20~40 a month.

But my parents still think it's expensive and make me use less air conditioner.

The real cheap thing in China is the network fee, which is only $4.64 a month, MaxSpeed: 200Mb/s.

When someone tells you that the western world is muh climate change, show them China has over 1100 coal fired power stations. by MightyMorphinFaggot in politics

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As a Chinese, I would like to offer some of my own views: ⒈ China's electricity demand is particularly large. In the next 10 years, it will turn to automobile manufacturing, aircraft manufacturing, and chip manufacturing. China has abundant coal resources, so it needs to build more coal power plants. ⒉ The newly built coal power plant adopts the most advanced technology, which can absorb 95% of carbon dioxide into a special box, thereby reducing carbon emissions. Replacing old power plants with new ones will reduce carbon dioxide emissions. ⒊ China's per capita emissions are half that Europe's, but not particularly low, and may approach European levels in the future. ⒋ China seems to be afraid of nuclear leakage and dare not build a large number of nuclear power plants. In fact, China's nuclear energy technology is quite mature. ⒌Xi is definitely the most environmentally friendly chairman among the previous presidents. Although I don't like some aspects of him, I have to admit that if Xi had not paid attention to environmental protection since 2012, China's land, water and atmosphere would have been 10 times worse. ⒍ It is not difficult for China to achieve zero emissions in 2060, and it may be advanced to 2050. However, it is almost impossible to continue to compress the time. After all, China's goal is to reach 4 times the GDP of the United States by 2050.

The New China: A look at what 2030 might look like for the West by mifu in WorldNews

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This video depicts China too horribly. Although the epidemic prevention policy is very strict, it is not hell like this.

If you want to know the real situation, you can watch newest Vlog made by foreigners in China. Videos of tours are usually real. Videos of news are usually fake.

A Chinese user who escaped from Reddit, where the censorship is stricter than the strictest website in China, can't believe it by ChinaDefender in Introductions

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Thank you for your explanation. The rules of the forum will indeed be stricter.

In China, the status of private companies is equal to the civilians. If speech is arbitrarily restricted, it will lead to widespread criticism and boycotts. Only the government is supreme and has the right to censor speech whatever they want.

It is very common to abuse the company and the company's CEO on a company's forum. Tencent may be abused, threatened, and attacked by 100,000+ people every day. Tencent is the largest chat and gaming company with 600 million users (Online everyday).