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Prijetnje Pekinga spram Taiwanu.
http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/taiwan-wahlen-107.html


Prisilili novu predsjednicu Taiwana da se kune u jedinstvenu i nedjeljivu Kinu.

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Prijetnje Pekinga spram Taiwanu.
http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/taiwan-wahlen-107.html


Prisilili novu predsjednicu Taiwana da se kune u jedinstvenu i nedjeljivu Kinu.

Očekivano. Na samom Tajvanu postoje političke opcije da se odreknu kineskog indentiteta zbog dugotrajne izolacije od kopna, te kako se razvila druga politička kultura od one na kopnu. Stoga postoje planovi da se promijeni ustav i promijeni službeno ime Tajvana koji se trenutno zove Republika Kina. Međutim, NR Kina to ne želi dopustiti i protumačila je kao "separatizam" pa počela prijetiti invazijom ukoliko to napravi.

NR Kina je prisila isto tako Tajvan da se u međunarodnim natjecanjima natječe kao "Kineski Taipei" kako Peking služeno gleda na svoj otok.


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Poduži članak u WSJ-u, ne da mi se kopirati o nogometu. Kineski predsjednik je donio stratešku odluku i postavio cilj da Kina mora biti domaćin SP-a te ga i osvojiti. U te svrhe se po prvi put u škole uvodi sport (samo nogomet), a tajkunima je naređeno da unaprijede ligu, što se već osjeti u basnoslovnim transferima iz Europe u Kinu, i to igrača koji su na vrhuncu karijere. Bumo videli.

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Godisnje se u Kini na puteve postavi oko 20 miliona novih vozila...
Pokusavaju ljudi inovacijama da rjese saobracajne guzve...
Jedna veoma interesantna:

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpiFJsWdCuY&feature=youtu.be[/youtube]

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Svašta, sad se i Kinezi rugaju marksistima ("bijela ljevica" kako ih oslovljavaju, izgleda njihova varijanta poznatog "cuck") na Zapadu. Doista nevjerojatno u kolikoj mjeri Islam ujedinjuje svijet.

https://www.opendemocracy.net/digitaliberties/chenchen-zhang/curious-rise-of-white-left-as-chinese-internet-insult

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The curious rise of the ‘white left’ as a Chinese internet insult

If you look at any thread about Trump, Islam or immigration on a Chinese social media platform these days, it’s impossible to avoid encountering the term baizuo (白左), or literally, the ‘white left’. It first emerged about two years ago, and yet has quickly become one of the most popular derogatory descriptions for Chinese netizens to discredit their opponents in online debates.

So what does ‘white left’ mean in the Chinese context, and what’s behind the rise of its (negative) popularity? It might not be an easy task to define the term, for as a social media buzzword and very often an instrument for ad hominem attack, it could mean different things for different people. A thread on “why well-educated elites in the west are seen as naïve “white left” in China” on Zhihu, a question-and-answer website said to have a high percentage of active users who are professionals and intellectuals, might serve as a starting point.

The question has received more than 400 answers from Zhihu users, which include some of the most representative perceptions of the 'white left'. Although the emphasis varies, baizuo is used generally to describe those who “only care about topics such as immigration, minorities, LGBT and the environment” and “have no sense of real problems in the real world”; they are hypocritical humanitarians who advocate for peace and equality only to “satisfy their own feeling of moral superiority”; they are “obsessed with political correctness” to the extent that they “tolerate backwards Islamic values for the sake of multiculturalism”; they believe in the welfare state that “benefits only the idle and the free riders”; they are the “ignorant and arrogant westerners” who “pity the rest of the world and think they are saviours”.

Apart from some anti-hegemonic sentiments, the connotations of ‘white left’ in the Chinese context clearly resemble terms such as ‘regressive liberals’ or ‘libtards’ in the United States. In a way the demonization of the ‘white left’ in Chinese social media may also reflect the resurgence of right-wing populism globally.

However, Chinese netizens’ fierce attacks against the ‘white left’ seem curiously devoid of experiential motivation, since all these problems that conservatives in the west are concerned about – immigration, multiculturalism, minority rights, and affirmative actions – are largely unknown to Chinese society. This is not to say that discrimination against women and ethnic, religious and sexual minorities do not exist in China. They are no less serious or structural here than in any other societies. But cultural and identity politics has never gained much salience as political issues under an authoritarian regime, although feminist activists have received increased attention recently. Overall, there has been ‘too little’, rather than ‘too much’ political correctness as perceived by conservatives in the west.

In fact, heated discussions about baizuo on Chinese social media websites rarely make reference to domestic issues, except for occasionally and unsurprisingly insulting Chinese Muslims for being “unintegrated” or “complicit in the spread of Islam extremism”. The stigmatization of the ‘white left’ is driven first and foremost by Chinese netizens’ understanding of ‘western’ problems. It is a symptom and weakness of the Other.

The term first became influential amidst the European refugee crisis, and Angela Merkel was the first western politician to be labelled as a baizuo for her open-door refugee policy. Hungary, on the other hand, was praised by Chinese netizens for its hard line on refugees, if not for its authoritarian leader. Around the same time another derogatory name that was often used alongside baizuo was shengmu (圣母) – literally the ‘holy mother’ – which according to its users refers to those who are ‘overemotional’, ‘hypocritical’ and ‘have too much empathy’. The criticisms of baizuo and shengmu soon became an online smear campaign targeted at not only public figures such as J. K. Rowling and Emma Watson, but also volunteers, social workers and all other ordinary citizens, whether in Europe or China, who express any sympathy with international refugees.

In May 2016, Amnesty International published their survey results indicating that the most welcoming country for refugees was China. Leaving the reliability of its sample and methodology aside, this finding was not at all taken as a compliment in the Chinese media. Global Times conducted their own online survey in response to Amnesty’s claim, and the results were quite the opposite: 90.3% said ‘no’ to the question ‘would you accept refugees in your own household?’ and 79.6% said ‘no’ to the question ‘would you accept refugees in your city, or would you like to be neighbours with refugees?’. Ironically, Amnesty’s portrayal of China as a welcoming country for displaced people was even read by some netizens as part of a foreign conspiracy, intended to pressure the Chinese government to accept more refugees. A senior researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences commented that this survey was “weird” and seemed to “incite citizens against the government”.

The anti-baizuo discourse in Chinese social media gained stronger momentum during the US presidential election campaign. If criticisms of the ‘white left’ in the context of the refugee crisis were mainly about disapproval of ‘moralist humanitarianism’ mixed with Islamophobia, they became politically more elaborate as Chinese critics of the ‘white left’ discovered Donald J. Trump, whom they both identify with and take inspirations from. Following the debates in the US, a number of other issues such as welfare reforms, affirmative action and minority rights were introduced into online discussions on the ‘white left’. Baizuo critics now began to identify Obama and Clinton as the new epitome of the ‘white left’, despite the fact that they were neither particularly humanitarian nor particularly kind to migrants. Trump was taken as the champion of everything the ‘white left’ were against, and baizuo critics naturally became his enthusiastic supporters.

To be sure, and fortunately, not all in Chinese cyberspace talk about the ‘white left’ in a derogatory way, just as not all appreciate the views and style of Trump. Rao Yi, a renowned neurobiologist and public intellectual, was one of the few to publically criticize the demonization of baizuo and Chinese netizens’ support for Trump on television. His statement stirred up a great deal of controversy online. An overwhelming majority of Zhihu users thought that Rao had only proved that he was typical of the ‘white left’: biased, elitist, ignorant of social reality and constantly applying double standards.

What are the possible explanations of the prevailing hostility to the ‘white left’ in Chinese social media? Only a fraction of the arguments can be considered interests-based, and they are made by established and newly arrived overseas Chinese in Europe and North America. Many students and job-seekers in Europe, for example, argue that it is simply unfair that they “have to work so hard to stay, whereas these refugees can simply come and claim asylum”. More or less established Chinese immigrants in the United States often make the case that affirmative action policies put Chinese-Americans in a disadvantageous position, and “Chinese should not pay the price for the wrongs white Americans have done”. It isn’t the place to analyse the pitfalls of these claims here; my focus is rather on why mainland Chinese people adopt such a strong and emotionally charged view on issues they do not have direct experience with. The following ideological, instead of interest-based factors might be at play in both domestic and international contexts.

From a domestic perspective, the proliferation of anti-baizuo sentiment is clearly in line with the dominance of a kind of brutal, demoralized pragmatism in post-socialist China. Many of the attacks on the welfare state and the idea that states have obligations towards international refugees appeal to the same social Darwinist logic of ‘survival of the fittest’. It is assumed that individuals should take responsibility for their own misery, whether it is war or poverty, and should not be helped by others. The rationale goes hand in hand with the view that inequality is inevitable in a market-economy-cum-Hobbesian-society. Although economic disparity in China has been worsening in recent years, sociologist Yu Xie found that most Chinese people regard it as an inevitable consequence of economic growth, and that inequality is unlikely to give rise to political or social unrest.

Pragmatism with an emphasis on self-responsibility seems to be the ideology of our post-ideological times. It is, in UK prime minister Theresa May’s words, ‘living within our means’. This is combined with a general indifference towards race issues, or even worth, with certain social Darwinist beliefs that some races are superior to others, leading many mainland Chinese netizens to dismiss struggles against structural discriminations as naïve, pretentious or demanding undeserved privileges.

Seen from the perspective of international relations, the anti-baizuo discourse can be understood as part of what William A. Callahan calls ‘negative soft power’, that is, constructing the Chinese self through ‘the deliberate creation and then exclusion’ of Others as ‘barbarians’ or otherwise inferior. Criticisms of the ‘white left’ against the background of the European refugee crisis fit especially well with the ‘rising China’ versus ‘Europe in decline’ narrative. According to Baidu Trends, one of the most related keywords to baizuo was huimie: “to destroy”. Articles with titles such as ‘the white left are destroying Europe’ were widely circulated.

In an academic-style essay that was retweeted more than 7000 times on Weibo, a user named ‘fantasy lover Mr. Liu’ ‘reviewed’ European philosophy from Voltaire and Marx to Adorno and Foucault, concluding that the ‘white left’ as a 'spiritual epidemic' is on its way to self-destruction. He then stated that Trump’s win was only “a small victory over this spiritual epidemic of humankind”, but “western civilization is still far from its self-redemption”. However ridiculous it may appear, the post is illustrative of how a demonized Other is projected onto seemingly objective or academic criticisms of the ‘white left’. Ultimately, the more the ‘white left’ – whatever it means – represent the fatal weakness of democracy, the more institutional and normative security the Chinese regime enjoys. The grassroots campaign against the ‘white left’ thus echoes the officially-sanctioned campaign against ‘universal values’, providing a negative evidence for the superiority of the Chinese self.

Finally, it should to be noted that the internet in China is subject to strict censorship. The Chinese government has been known to hire a large number of ‘internet commentators’ to fabricate social media posts. According to recent research conducted by scholars at Harvard University, 29% of such posts they investigated fell into the category of ‘taunting of foreign countries’. It is nonetheless impossible to know whether these accused posts are indeed written by government employees. Similarly, it is hard to tell whether some of the criticisms of baizuo are coming from fabricated commentators-for-hire. However, given the strict censorship regime, criticizing democratic values such as pluralism, tolerance, and solidarity is certainly one of the safest ‘critical’ opinions ordinary citizens can express online.

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Kina ne želi taj primitivizam u svojoj kući. Muki efektivno zabranjen.
Odo baciti pogled jel Suljagić pronašao kakvog kineskog ustašu.

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A Muslim woman in China's troubled northwestern region of Xinjiang has been arrested for posting passages from the Quran and other religious material on social media.
The 26-year-old woman from the Muslim-majority Uighur ethnic group was detained in the city of Korla this week on charges of spreading "extremist religious thought", Radio Free Asia reported.

"There is extremist religious content that you're not allowed to repost, and she reposted it; she reposted that kind of thing many times," an employee at a government-backed extremism watchdog told the media outlet.

They added that posting quotations from the Quran or about God was "against the law".

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I to je to.
26.03.2018 je datum kad je Kina službeno lansirala Petro-Yuan. Trgovina naftom i plinom se može obavljati sa Yuan-om, na burzama i ostalo.
Najveća revolucija zadnjih 100 godina ili ne, ostaje da se vidi.

Amerikanci su od Petro-dollara imali velike koristi. Upravo toliko milijardi $ su dobili da guzicom nisu mrdnuli, i upravo im pokrilo ratovanje i uništavanje država po svijetu, svake godine. ( I naravno financiranje vojnog aparata da bi mogli glumatati svjetskog policajca)

Razlika između plaćanja Yuan-om, Ruble, je ta da su Rusi i Kinezi pokupovali puno zlata i svakome vlasniku svoje valute garantiraju da će moći zamijeniti valutu za zlato kad požele. Dok već USA zlata nema, ili vrlo malo.

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China oil futures launch may threaten primacy of U.S. dollar: UBS

NEW YORK (Reuters) - China’s launch on Monday of its crude futures exchange will improve the clout of the yuan in financial markets and could threaten the international primacy of the dollar, argues a new report by Hayden Briscoe, APAC head of fixed income at UBS Asset Management.

“This is the single biggest change in capital markets, maybe of all time,” Briscoe said in a follow-up telephone interview.

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Drugacijim tonom upozoravaju americke od filipinskih aviona, da ne prolaze blizu: :zubati :smajl007



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Kina se najveće opasnosti po sebe najlakše riješila. Zabranila rad svim NGO koje financira US proračun.
Ne postoji kineska verzija US veleposlanice Maureen Cormack.

Bravo za Kineze, moram priznati, iako ne simpatiziram takvu vrstu nakaradnog režima.
Činjenica je da US pravi više nereda i više obitelji u crno zavije po svijetu, već 7 desetljeća, a Kina to ne radi. Gledaju svoja posla.

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Kao u zatvoru s malim vratima na koja mogu pucati razliciti NATO saveznici.

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Majku im hebem. Zato me GPS navigacija odvela u Lisabon umjesto u Zagreb.

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China and Russia are working together to HEAT the atmosphere to cut off satellite communication in terrifying wargame experiment

Several experiments have been conducted which alter Earth's ionosphere
It has potential military applications as it can disrupt satellite communication
These ions form a reflective layer over a certain area impervious to radio waves
This can disrupt communication which provides a distinct military advantage

By JOE PINKSTONE FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 15:19 GMT, 17 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 17 December 2018

China and Russia have joined forces and are going ahead with controversial plans to heat and alter the Earth's atmosphere.
This project, experts claim, has potential military applications as it can disrupt satellite communication, a distinct advantage in the event of war or espionage.
Charged particles, known as ions, create a reflective layer over a specific region of land and cause a satellite communications blackout.

The two superpowers have conducted several joint experiments which altered the chemical composition of the air high above Europe and China plans to expand the use of the technology.

South China Morning Post reports that one experiment involved a region half the size of Britain (126,000 sq km/49,000 square miles) more than 310 miles (500 km) above Eastern Europe.

Vasilsursk, a small Russian town, experienced a spike of electricity which had ten times more negatively charged subatomic particles than nearby regions.
Further experiments included increasing the temperature of an ionised gas in the atmosphere by more than 100°C (212°F).
Electrons were sent into the sky by a specialist facility in Vasilsursk which was built during the cold war.

It produced microwaves at 260 mega watts - enough to light a small city - and sent these high into the atmosphere.

Data on the reaction of Earth's atmosphere was then collected by Zhangheng-1, a Chinese electromagnetic surveillance satellite.
It was calibrated to maximise data collection and took measurements every half a second.

In a research paper published in Chinese journal Earth and Planetary Physics the results were labelled as 'satisfactory' by the authors.
Professor Guo Lixin at Xidian University in China called the joint venture extremely unusual.
'Such international cooperation is very rare for China,' said Guo, who was not involved in the experiment. 'The technology involved is too sensitive.'

China also plans for its first uncrewed Mars exploration program could take place sometime between now and 2033, followed by a crewed phase in 2040-2060.
Earth's ionosphere is created when the cosmic rays from space excite atoms and force electrons to separate, creating ions - charged electrons.

At high altitudes this is common and can cause microwaves and radiowaves to bounce off the charged particles like a mirror.
This has a significant impact on how radio signals are transmitted over long distances,
Military interest in the ionosphere is not new but technological advancements has made its manipulation possible.

Changing the ionosphere over enemy territory can disrupt or cut off communication with satellites, a distinct advantage in the event of war or espionage.
Changing the atmosphere has sparked further fears as theorists claim the technology may be used to modify weather patterns, cause natural disasters and even interfere with proper brain function.

Both the US and the Soviet Union developed sites to alter the ionosphere during the Cold War but China has redoubled these efforts and is now building its own.
Purportedly, the advanced facility in Sanya, Hainan will be able to manipulate the ionosphere over the entire South China Sea.

Some have raised concerns that this technology could be manipulated to modify weather and cause natural disasters, although most experts believe this is nothing more than a conspiracy theory,
Extra criticism has come in the shape of claims the radiation could affect the true function of human brains.

Dr Wang Yalu, an associate researcher with the China Earthquake Administration who took part in the study in June, rejected these claims.
'We are just doing pure scientific research. If there is anything else involved, I am not informed about this,' she said in an interview.

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Ova fake news o "Milijun muslimana u kineskim koncentracionim logorima" se pravo proširila. Sve krenulo od dvoje Amerikanaca koji su, iza jedne odvojene organizacije, pisali raport za UN, a UN se ogradio od raporta.

Danas je vrijeme bombastičnih senzacija. Što luđe to bolje prolazi. Ne vidim nikakvu razliku između ljudi koji povjeruju u ovakvu fake news i onih koji misle da je Zemlja ravna ploča.

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PR, nothing more.
Btw, kaj brojka nije već 3 milijuna...


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USA sa svojim vječnim rasnim i gender unutarnjim podjelama gubi korak za Kinom. I neprekidno trošenje na besmislene ratove za globalističku kliku.
I normalno onda se služe ucjenama, sankcijama, blokadama, ometanjem poslovanja.

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World’s 1st remote brain surgery via 5G network performed in China

Published time: 17 Mar, 2019 13:12

A Chinese surgeon has performed the world’s first remote brain surgery using 5G technology, with the patient 3,000km away from the operating doctor.

Dr. Ling Zhipei remotely implanted a neurostimulator into his patient’s brain on Saturday, Chinese state-run media reports. The surgeon manipulated the instruments in the Beijing-based PLAGH hospital from a clinic subsidiary on the southern Hainan island, located 3,000km away. The surgery is said to have lasted three hours and ended successfully. The patient, suffering from Parkinson’s disease, is said to be feeling well after the pioneering operation.

The doctor used a computer connected to the next-generation 5G network developed by Chinese tech giant Huawei. The new device enabled a near real-time connection, according to Dr. Ling. “You barely feel that the patient is 3,000 kilometers away,” he said.

Conventional 4G networks do not allow surgical operations to be performed due to video lag and remote control delays. The new technology seems to have resolved these issues, the surgeon says.

Medical institutions worldwide have made an array of experiments with robotic “telesurgery,” the most striking example being American da Vinci Surgical System. But the technology has yet to make a significant commercial impact, as existing gadgets are criticized for having a number of performance issues.

Remote surgery could allow people from far-away or poor regions, as well as war zones, to receive immediate help from top doctors around the globe. Due to its large bandwidth and low latency, 5G enables “extremely low operational delay” during surgery, the manufacturer says.

5G made its debut in remote surgery in January when a Chinese doctor successfully performed an operation on an animal’s liver at Fujian Medical University on the southeastern coast of China. In mid-March, Huawei’s solutions were used in the first-ever human 5G remote surgery – also on a liver – in a hospital in Shenzhen 2,000 km away from the doctor’s workplace in Beijing.

Huawei’s efforts in 5G have become an eyesore for Washington after the US-China trade war unfolded last year. The Trump administration has been particularly persistent in trying to blacklist Huawei worldwide over spying allegations. Tensions escalated even further as the company’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, was detained in Canada on a US warrant in December 2018.

Along with Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the UK, Washington has barred Huawei from helping to build 5G networks. It also prohibited US government agencies from using Huawei products for “security reasons.” Huawei filed a lawsuit challenging the decision.

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Kina zabranila i službeno gradnju džanija, minareta i arapske oznake halal na hrani.


Točno. Ujguri žive u kazamatskim uvjetima. Glavni državni neprijatelj Kine nisu Sjedinjene države, već Bog.

Kad bi Bog bar htio pristupiti komunističkoj partiji, to bi relaksiralo odnose crvenih s vjernicima...



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CNN, Vox dobro drukaju protiv Kine. Da opravdaju sankcije kao Venezueli. Trump to već odavno radi sa svojim "tarifama".

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Kina završila ili završava reaktor pete (ili IV) klase, Thorium reaktor. 2 probna imaju. Indija počela sa prototipom. Europa isto jedan reaktor zajedno sa Kinezima. Ali ne znam kako to danas ide u tim političkim uvjetima. Rusi navodno imaju jedan koji odavno funkcionira. Ali kako je čuvan kao vojna baza uzeo bih to sa rezervom. Amerikanci imali funkcionirajući 60-ih godina i na otpad ga poslali. Nisu ga mogli koristiti za proizvodnju nuklearnog oružja. Radio pune 4 godine i dokazao da je siguran i koristan.

USA nedavno zakonom zabranila svojim državljanima da sa Kinezima usavršavaju te reaktore. Bill Gates svoj novac ulagao u zajednički projekt u Kini i sad mu sve propalo.

Fukushima nesreća je sve to ubrzala u nenormalnu brzinu. Nijemci sad jako zainteresirani. Arapi isto. Jer za ove reaktore ne treba puno vode, može i u sred pustinje.

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