Pubblicato in: Cina, Ideologia liberal, Ong - Ngo, Vizi e Depravazioni

Cina. Criticata ferocemente perché usa sui social le tecniche imparate da Facebook e Google.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-07-16.

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«The U.S. State Department said on Wednesday it was concerned about reports that China had restricted use of social media accounts of LGBTQI Plus student groups and non-governmental organizations.» [Reuters]

Siamo al paradosso: il Dipartimento di Stato ha quasi come unica preoccupazione sulla Cina questo particolare problema.

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Il problema sarebbe semplice nella sua complessità.

Cina ed enclave liberal occidentale hanno Weltanschauung opposte e conflittuali, che non si tollerano a vicenda.

La grande differenza però consiste nel fatto che mentre i cinesi si fanno i fatti propri, i liberal occidentali vorrebbero poter imporre la loro visione di vita a tutti coloro che non la condividono, fatto questo molto mal recepito in Cina.

Poi, quando i social occidentali bloccano utenti ed impediscono la pubblicazioni di post contrari all’ideologia liberal, alla questa sarebbe cosa corretta, giusta e meritoria.

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Cina. Si ribella alla femminilizzazione dei suoi maschi. Li vuole virili.

«A notice from China’s education ministry has caused a stir after it suggested young Chinese men had become too “feminine”»

«For a while China’s government has signalled concern that the country’s most popular male role models are no longer strong, athletic figures like “army heroes”»

«So last week, the education ministry issued a notice with a title that left no doubt about its ultimate goal»

«The Proposal to Prevent the Feminisation of Male Adolescents called on schools to fully reform their offerings on physical education and strengthen their recruitment of teachers»

«”cultivating students’ masculinity”»

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Hollywood. Sta perdendo il grande mercato cinese. Troppo liberal.

«The share of foreign films, including those from Hollywood, slipped to 16% of Chinese ticket receipts in 2020 from 36% the year before»

«Meanwhile, several of Hollywood’s highly anticipated, big-budget films either flopped in China or faced public-relations issues»

«Walt Disney Co.’s fantasy-action drama “Mulan” stirred up controversy for its portrayal of Chinese culture and was also criticized for filming in the Xinjiang region, where the government is accused of oppressing Muslim-minority Uighurs»

«Chinese consumer sentiment toward anything American is at an all-time, modern day low»

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«While homosexuality, which was classified as a mental disorder until 2001, is legal in China, same sex marriage is not recognised»

«This year, a court upheld a university’s description of homosexuality as a “psychological disorder”, ruling that it was not a factual error»

«China’s Wechat deletes university LGBT accounts»

«Chinese tech giant Tencent’s WeChat social media platform has deleted dozens of LGBT accounts run by university students, saying some had broken rules on information on the internet, sparking fear of a crackdown on gay content online»

«Members of several LGBT groups told Reuters that access to their accounts was blocked late on Tuesday and they later discovered that all of their content had been deleted»

«They censored us without any warning. All of us have been wiped out»

«Attempts by Reuters to access some accounts were met with a notice from WeChat saying the groups “had violated regulations on the management of accounts offering public information service on the Chinese internet”»

«Other accounts did not show up in search results.»

«The Weibo social media platform, owned by Weibo Corp, has at times removed lesbian content and the online community board platform Zhihu has censored topics on gender and identity»


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China’s Wechat deletes university LGBT accounts

Chinese tech giant Tencent’s WeChat social media platform has deleted dozens of LGBT accounts run by university students, saying some had broken rules on information on the internet, sparking fear of a crackdown on gay content online.

Members of several LGBT groups told Reuters that access to their accounts was blocked late on Tuesday and they later discovered that all of their content had been deleted.

“Many of us suffered at the same time,” said the account manager of one group who declined to be identified due to the sensitivity of the issue.

“They censored us without any warning. All of us have been wiped out.”

Attempts by Reuters to access some accounts were met with a notice from WeChat saying the groups “had violated regulations on the management of accounts offering public information service on the Chinese internet”.

Other accounts did not show up in search results.

WeChat did not immediately respond to emailed questions.

While homosexuality, which was classified as a mental disorder until 2001, is legal in China, same sex marriage is not recognised. Social stigma and pressure still deter people from coming out.

This year, a court upheld a university’s description of homosexuality as a “psychological disorder”, ruling that it was not a factual error.

The LGBT community has repeatedly found itself falling foul of censors and the Cyberspace Administration of China recently pledged to clean up the internet to protect minors and crack down on social media groups deemed a “bad influence”.

The Weibo social media platform, owned by Weibo Corp, has at times removed lesbian content and the online community board platform Zhihu has censored topics on gender and identity.

Last year, China’s only pride festival was cancelled indefinitely after organisers cited concerns over staff safety.

“Authorities have been tightening the space available for LGBT advocacy and civil society generally. This is another turning of the screw,” said Darius Longarino, a senior fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai’s China Center, who focuses on LGBT rights and gender equality.

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