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无私产/地产权与中国纳粹主义 Chinese Neo Nazism
无私产/地产权与中国纳粹主义 Chinese Neo Nazismin 陈凯论坛 Kai Chen Forum 不自由，毋宁死! Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death! Sun Oct 02, 2011 8:49 am
by fountainheadkc • 1.369 Posts
Anti-private Property - Chinese Mercantilism and Neo-Nazism
价值一语： Words of Value:
The great political controversy of the ages has reached its end in the recognition of the individual. --- The socialistic party would again sink the individual in the government, and make it possible for the government to perpetuate itself and become absolute. --- Francis Cassette Monfort
人类有史以来的基本政治争议已经到达了它的中结点： 对个人存在的承认。 --- 社会主义性质的党派现在又要来用政府压抑个体，并将政府的强权变成永久的与绝对的。 --- Francis Cassette Monfort
By Kai Chen 陈凯 (Reprint 10/2/2011)
Every inch of land in China belongs to the public/government. Every individual in China considers himself/herself part of China and a property of the government. This mentality/mindset is the biggest reason for all social ills and instability.
From the very beginning of the Chinese society, it has never had any private property rights. Though from time to time Chinese individuals may have private properties, but they have never been protected for the lack of concepts such as "rights". Emperors and governments of any dynasty (communist dynasty included) can take away any individual's private possessions in a whim at any time. Land itself has never been in private hands, not to mention any natural resources such as minerals, coal and oil.
China's continued anti-capitalist morality today is only the perpetuation of the Chinese anti-private property, anti-individual tradition since the first Chinese dynasty. Since the concept of "rights" itself can only be associated with God, not the government, in the Godless Chinese society, such notion as "property rights" cannot exist. Chinese society today is Not a capitalistic as many blindly believe. Rather, it resembles a 18th century European mercantalism, and much recent Fascism and Nazism in the 20th century, in which the purpose of commerce is not for individual wealth and profit-making, but rather to enhance and enlarge governmental sphere of influence and power. Its aim is to dominate individuals within the society and expand its influence beyond the borders. This alienation of commerce and trade for the purpose of augmenting governmental power rather than individual wealth is the most insidious and most evil form of human degradation of modern times. And it posts the danger of war and bloodshed against freedom, individual and humanity around the world.
Look around the Chinese society today, especially in the realm of commerce and trade, nothing can be done without governmental involvement, regulation, restriction, permit, bribery and corruption. All the Chinese businesses overseas, are official and semi-official in nature. I have seen some overseas Chinese business people so scared of governmental regulation and retribution that they seldom have any political views and opinions, not to mention intention to express them. Behind the door, all the businesses overseas involve in governmental bribery, blackmail, forgery and other crimes. The business people and their families are held hostage by the government's continued wielding threats and power of punishment over their heads. Some business people with Nationalist fervor even willingly participate in the government political scheme to control overseas Chinese population. Some even willingly become the government spies to steal business, military, technilogical secrets from overseas to serve the Chinese state' interests.
This form of Chinese bureaucratic mercantalism has already evolved toward a Chinese form of "National Socialism" -- Nazism. Today in LA Times there is an article about how the government attempts to control even what songs people can sing in the karaoke bars. This long hand of Nazist Chinese government has been helped by the mercantalistic and nationalistic Chinese business community, and facilitated by their confusion of values and fear of government retribution. This vicious cycle will continue to accelerate, eventually to the speed that no one can control. War and bloodshed will become inevitable, in the Chinese nationalistic fervor, in their grand vision of recovering the Chinese past glory, in their greed for world power, in their hunger for energy and resources, in their valueless, Godless, and nihilistic pursuit of Nothingness.
Be vigilant, people! China is stepping into the mode of "Chinese Style Nazism", fueled by the moral confusion and fear and illusion of Chinese business community and Chinese people in general. When a businessman has become a pawn in the Chinese government scheme to dominate Asia and the world, we have a big problem.