Three days ago, the NY Times ran an editorial titled “China Helped Raise My American Kids, and They Turned Out Fine.” I disagree:

Our stringent government co-parent quickly made its presence felt. The girls’ Chinese kindergarten lectured us on everything, including how many hours our daughters should sleep, what they should eat and their optimal weight. Each morning all of the students performed calisthenics in straight rows and raised China’s red flag while singing the national anthem.

I don’t see where she can claim that her children pledging allegiance to the Chinese flag are American. Now, I don’t blame the Chinese for having them pledge. You attend school in China, you gotta expect these sorts of things, after all the Chinese government is paying for the schooling, they get to dictate things like this, even when noting that children here in the US are not required to do the same.

Raising kids in China was a plus in other ways — such as the heavy censorship, which results in a kid-friendly internet, and national limits on how many hours young people can spend playing online video games.

She celebrates the clean, orderly society.

Ironically, the tight control of the Communist Party surveillance state results in its own kind of freedom: With crime and personal safety concerns virtually eliminated, our daughters were riding the subway unsupervised in a city of around 26 million people from the age of 11. A constant but benign (and mostly unarmed) police presence kept order

What she refers to as “the police” are unarmed, but they are little more than informants for the secret police and the military, who are certainly armed and will have you eliminated if you so much as speak out against the government. I would hardly call that benign.

She talks about how much safer it is to live in China because they don’t have active shooter drills. We could ask the 2 million Uyghurs how much safer they feel, as the Chinese government engages in genocide to wipe them out. Or perhaps we could contact one of the people inside of the “Lao Gai,” what the Chinese call their reeducation camps. Except they can’t really be asked, now can they?

We will just have to read the words of Ovalbek Turdakun and his wife and son. Ovalbek is the first Christian to speak out about his detention in the camps in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. He escaped and made his way to the US after being held in a concentration camp for the simple crime of being a Christian. In a news conference on April 13, Ovalbek described a 10-month detention by the Chinese government that included torture and forced injections. Life in the camps includes indoctrination, rape, torture and coercive organ harvesting. Uyghur women are at the mercy of forced abortions and sterilizations.

Chinese officials took Ovalbek from his home in Xinjiang in February 2018 because they said he had stayed longer on a previous trip to Kyrgyzstan than was allowed, Axios reported. Ovalbek and other inmates were tortured in “tiger chairs,” devices in which prisoners are frequently held in painful positions for hours or days. They were shocked with electric prods when they sought to change their positions, he said, according to Axios.

[Prisoners were] forced to take pills and herbal teas, as well as “different kinds of injections,” Ovalbek said. The prisoners experienced hearing loss and fluids leaking from their ears after injections, he told Axios. He was unable to walk for months and had to be carried by other prisoners, Ovalbek said, according to Axios.

But we have this traitorous bitch who comes here to the US, spreading communist propaganda and trying to make it seem as though China is some sort of communist utopia, even as the CCP is killing and imprisoning millions of people.

This is where we are. The Chinese are taking over this nation without ever firing a shot because so many of our own citizens are whores who sell out for money that has no real value. I guess that she thinks her kids turned out fine, but we all know that they learned to believe that it is OK to treat people who oppose the government like those in the Lao Gai. It’s practically part of the Communist platform.


8 Comments

Matthew W · January 21, 2023 at 2:18 pm

Endless supply of useful idiots

    MN Steel · January 21, 2023 at 3:33 pm

    “Life was just fine, when suddenly…”

Rob · January 21, 2023 at 2:41 pm

She’s conveniently forgetting the arbitrary covid lock downs all over China, when they WELD your apartment doors shut… there are many instances of this. You need money to have some groceries brought every few days, but you can’t leave to work, and government isn’t handing out any assistance. Your pet was deemed non-essential and eliminated. You need a covid tracing app on your phone to go anywhere, if they’ve finally removed the bars from your door, an app that can arbitrarily change and put you into immediate quarantine without any warning. You need a bit of money to quarantine in a hotel, if not, you go directly to prison. Hospitals are packed beyond capacity. There is no healthcare other than covid, if that. Pharmacies are SOLD OUT of nearly all medications. These’re all just off the top of my head… source? Chinese citizen wife who has family and friends in China.

High Speed Rail · January 21, 2023 at 2:57 pm

The FEW of the WEF intend the CCP/PRC model for the entire world.
Drooling dullards who like that the trains run on time will bleat muh convenience the entire time.

Danny · January 21, 2023 at 4:54 pm

The telling is that this absolutely intolerable, revolting nonsense is published at all here in “the land of the free, home of the brave” — by our friends at The NY Times.

Chris · January 21, 2023 at 5:39 pm

China Whores are less than zero

Reefdiver52 · January 21, 2023 at 5:45 pm

“Endless supply of useful idiots“.
You got that 100% correct. This is the result of 50 years of government education of our children. It’s all exposed now and they’re accelerating the indoctrination.
Too many people in this country on the government tit.

Himeself · January 21, 2023 at 9:08 pm

So basically, everything she’s crowing about is things she should be doing. Add to that TPTB, especially at school, aren’t actively twarting her.

So yeah. I guess it does look better.

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