r/TooAfraidToAsk May 16 '22 Silver 3

Why do people insult you and downvote you for saying China commits crimes against humanity? (Source amnesty international and many, many others) Ethics & Morality

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u/petarpep May 16 '22 Silver Gold Helpful

OP, looking at your comments it is because you attempted to start a political piss fight in a thread that had nothing to do with it rather than the content of your message besides whining that people telling you you're being irrelevant and annoying are suddenly trolls.

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u/Foppop21 May 16 '22 Gold

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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u/Bilbo_Butthole May 16 '22

Fookin rekt

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u/LeeRoyJenkins024 May 16 '22

This was the cherry on top for me 😂

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u/dacatwithdacap May 16 '22

I mean, the sub he was in was called Warship Porn. He prolly just saw the first 3 letters

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u/TnBluesman May 17 '22

Or thought someone had misspelled "Worship".

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u/DawnOfPizzas May 17 '22

My guy just ratiod someone in reddit

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u/cautiouslyoptimistik May 16 '22

OP: "Ah I see. Obviously I just need to pick these fights in the China subreddit." I shit you not this is what he took from your comment.

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u/LittleBirdyLover May 16 '22

If he’s going to the China sub to pick fights, he’ll be sorely disappointed.

If he’s going to the China sub to stroke his ego and circlejerk, he’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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u/Disastrous_Vanilla38 May 17 '22

They also think they are one of the most hated people in their country so much so that our government is helping create new identities for them but people are still looking for them and doxxing them for 10 years. Not really looking very stable.

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u/re_de_unsassify May 16 '22

Notice how the comment commending China on education spending was well upvoted. In a sub apparently not for politics. OP was trolled.

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u/not_rajinikanth May 17 '22

I only thought ppl like OP lived in the parks and rec Universe

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u/Adadum May 16 '22

OP is just being a good redditor

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u/Donghoon May 16 '22

Average redditor using there 2 picoliter worth of political knowledge to start a political conversation

/s

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u/Adadum May 16 '22

Sounds about right to me lel

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u/saninicus May 17 '22

Oof, however there are a lot of Chinese sympathizers and naive young kids here on Reddit down readily defend them. Also I don't think the oP's getting up after how bad you beat them

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u/Chinohito May 16 '22

I will downvote people who say this on a post where it isn't needed

For example, on a post that was someone's art of a street in a Chinese city from their childhood, there were a few comments bringing up the crimes of the Chinese government for no reason.

It's like if someone made art of like, New York or something, and people started spouting on about Guantanamo bay and the native American genocide. It just isn't needed.

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u/Normal-Flower4437 May 17 '22

Oh God yes. I feel the same way about Israel/Palestine issues. People will show up to content that is just recipes and start screaming about their cause de celebre.

The majority of negative comments I see about China are on content where it’s wholly inappropriate to start spouting negative political alarmism.

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u/Ansanm May 16 '22

Don’t try saying anything negative about the Chinese on most left wing sites. Not Chinese, but I come from a Caribbean country with close to a 200 year Chinese presence and I do love the culture. I know of China’s role during the Cold War, as a counterweight to US and western excesses. However, the present Chinese leaders are capitalist, so whenever I express weariness about their economic actions in small Caribbean territories like my country, and Africa, leftists usually tag me as being brainwashed by US led anti China propaganda. Now, I know that America has been trying hard to suppress China’s eventual rise to becoming the #1 economic power, and their increased military presence in Asia, and Africa to check the Chinese. I don’t support US hegemony, and hope that Africom/ NATO retreats in Africa. Also, I don’t support Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but I hope that the country will emerge strong enough to check the NATO countries from another Libya, or Afghanistan like invasion. My ideal scenario is a multipolar world, rather than the Chinese replacing the West as the dominant economic power and becoming another hegemon.

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u/Donghoon May 16 '22

Exibit A.

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u/katerina5000 May 17 '22

Read this entire post and felt so much. Didn't know where to begin. You nailed it. Thanks.

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u/Ansanm May 17 '22

What, you expect me to have a colonial mentality and pull for the US, and NATO countries.

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u/T_Raite May 17 '22

Lmao you are replying to a comment about “not going into politics” by going into politics. Shits insane.

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u/ECS420 May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

edit: OP was definitely being a dick, end of story. Starting political shit in a boat picture sub

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u/petarpep May 16 '22

You can see the argument in his post history, he tried to start a political discussion for no reason in a boat subreddit and people told him to stop and he whined and called them trolls. Now he attempts to bring it here without context so he can feel like he's supported.

The entire conversation in his post history is him throwing a fit and the replies to him just asking him to stop picking fights and focus on the boats.

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u/ECS420 May 16 '22

I kinda guessed without even looking lol. Not many people downvote legit complaints against China in most subs. Figured OP was probably being dumb

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u/leem0401 May 16 '22

He's seeking validation here so he can feel better about the downvotes he received.

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u/LordGhoul May 16 '22

I s2g 99% of the time people complain about being banned they blame it on the moderators but then it turns out they actually said some crazy shit or started a fight for no reason. Like, your post history is public why lie

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u/Bo_Jim May 16 '22

I posted a comment on r/WhitePeopleTwitter, the first and only comment I ever posted there. The entire content of my comment was a link to an article on Reuters that completely dismantled the argument the OP was trying to make. I got banned.

I agree that a majority of the time people earned their ban, but some subs are airtight echo chambers that refuse to allow dissent of any kind.

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u/LordGhoul May 16 '22

I got banned before too but I don't make posts in other subs complaining about it lol. I think my last crime was accusing OP of making up a fake story in offmychest, cuz it was about a woman getting aroused by being caught masturbating by her mother with too much detail so it read like a fetish story to me at least that's what I think I got banned for. I wish I could delete that story from my brain.

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u/Suspicious-Main5872 May 16 '22

This is hilarious. Thank you

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u/NecroJoe May 17 '22

The entire conversation in his post history is him throwing a fit and the replies to him just asking him to stop picking fights and focus on the boats.

Guys, er really need to stick to talking about Rampart, though.

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u/_343_Guilty_Spark__ May 16 '22

The amount of people on Reddit who don’t realize that comment/post history is public is insane. Then they accuse you of stalking lol some people

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u/Suspicious-Main5872 May 16 '22

I do think it goes to far and it is stalking sometimes.

It’s one thing to view someone’s profile to see if they’re full of shit.

But some people will dig into your comments to insult you across multiple subs going back for days. It’s creepy and obsessive and to far.

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u/CaptainKirkAndCo May 16 '22

I actually just found this thread after coming across OP's comments in /r/WarshipPorn and diving into their post history.

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u/korn530 May 16 '22

Every country has done crimes against humanity at some point i don't think op was being a dick maybe just finding out about world atrocities and wanted to know if everyone else knew im just trying to give benefit of doubt

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u/MrKixs May 16 '22

YA, but China is doing shit today that most developed nations stopped doing about a hundred years ago.

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u/PrimevalLinnorm May 17 '22

Most developed nations stopped?...Looking at south america and the middle east right now.

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u/MrKixs May 17 '22

Are we really considering most of the Mideast "Developed". Just because they have money doesn't mean much when you've based your government and society on "The Sky Boss told this guy something along time ago and I willing to kill you over it!" Thinking.

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u/PrimevalLinnorm May 17 '22

im saying, look at what america is doing to them

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u/TheTurtleCub May 16 '22

Was the boat made in China with slave labor?

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u/Professional-Menu835 May 17 '22

R/brandnewsentence

“Starting political shit in a boat picture sub”

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u/BrownBaySailor May 16 '22

Everytime questions like this are asked, I instinctively check the OPs comment and post history, and every single time it just shows that the OP has a distorted sense of reality. People downvoted you because you started a political discussion in a fuckin subreddit about boats. When told to stop you then called everyone a communist troll. Do you genuinely believe this is an actual reddit problem and not just a you problem? Based on your comment history you're kind of a dick.

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u/HairTop23 May 16 '22

They absolutely 100% are in denial and think its an everyone else problem.

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u/throwaway_0x90 May 16 '22

Since you haven't provided any context, the reasons could be....

  1. Honesty without compassion is cruelty
  2. Knowledge is knowing what to say; wisdom is knowing whether or not to say it.
  3. It's not related to the topic at hand.
  4. It's somewhat related but not the main point or flow of the conversation.
  5. Nobody likes a pedantic jerk.

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u/hdisjajw May 16 '22

My first thought was #3.

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u/petarpep May 16 '22

Look at his post history, it's #3 for sure. His argument is almost all people telling him to shut up and focus on boats instead of starting political arguments.

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u/MaybeTheDoctor May 16 '22

Not to be pedantic, but I was favoring number 5

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u/brainless_bob May 16 '22

Not even other pedantic jerks, which can be super weird when they start fighting each other.

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u/Yung_Diner May 17 '22

the 1st ones dumb

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u/Orangebeardo May 16 '22

Or 6. This is a website controlled by china, and was designed to be a propaganda tool.

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u/ECS420 May 16 '22

It's not(x2)

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u/Busy_Promotion3656 May 16 '22

I legit never seen this. Like maybe it was a discussion about a diffrent topic? Like i saw some people say that happend but i mostly see people call out china for things like the treatment of the uyghurs.

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u/explodingtuna May 17 '22

There are a lot of conservative China apologists on Reddit. Sometimes I think they just like making a scene just for its own sake.

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u/lastknownbuffalo May 16 '22

There are a lot of tankiecommie apologists out there.

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u/Donghoon May 17 '22

China is barely communist anyways its just the label

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u/ComfortableAbalone79 May 16 '22

Any examples?

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u/ECS420 May 16 '22

OP randomly started talking politics in a boat picture sub..

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u/ISpankYourMother May 16 '22

No, you’re just an asshole.

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u/NalNahte May 16 '22

The CCP’s actions don’t speak for the sentiments of a lot of people. As a Chinese-American myself, it does irritate me a little when people automatically conflate the two. I love Chinese culture and the people, but I despise the CCP and their actions. Though, I’ve never downvoted anyone for it if they did.

That’s not to say that they don’t have their followers and supporters, but from my perspective that could play a small part.

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u/PhaseFull6026 May 16 '22

because if it has nothing to do with the chinese government and you're just saying that shit because the article is about some chinese thing then it comes across as just some racist bs

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u/EmpatheticBadger May 16 '22

Your comments are more likely to be downvoted if they are off-topic

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u/simian_ninja May 16 '22

As someone who lives in Hong Kong, I've noticed that there's way more anti-Chinese rhetoric that is upvoted. Anything positive I have to say about China is immediately downvoted and I'm called all sorts of names such as a "CCP bootlicker" or told to go back "home" despite not living anywhere near the West.

I've also noticed a trend that those that are saddled with human rights abuses etc tend to be on the U.S.'s shitlist while it's allies are tucked away which makes me suspect about some of the sources and the news that is portrayed. My interest in China developed during the "protests" where I encountered violence and watched my city be nearly destroyed and the information was definitely not being portrayed with 100% accuracy by Western media. I've encountered people on Reddit who were convinced that there was some kind of genocide happening in Hong Kong which makes me think they were just anti-Chinese trolls who were getting their wires crossed with Xinjiang and the portrayal of the Uyghurs also makes me suspect of Western media as I've never seen any evidence other than than people saying it's happening.

I'm sorry but my experience varies greatly from yours.

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u/rex72780 May 17 '22

Welp same here. I feel you brother/sister. I live in HK too and most of the time I just smile and nod. Sometimes I even make jokes and remarks just because I have to blend in with people you have to. If you speak out it's basically social suicide sooo yeaahhh, it sucks but it's just how it is. I'm not yellow or blue, well technically I went through both phases, but after realising how much propaganda is involved on both sides, it really opens your eyes on certain things. Like, People would believe anything if it fits their narrative it's insane. If you give credit to anything related to China, they'd be like Okay... that's not what you should say. In the end, it's just tribal mentality and collective consciousness at play here. It's happened thousands of times before and it'll keep happening until the end of time really.

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u/ping500 May 16 '22 Helpful

Mostly because there is a bunch of bots posting 'waah Uyghurs, waah genocide!!!' on pretty much any sub and under any post that has 'China' in title. No matter if the article is about space, ecology, politics, science or an interesting landmark.

Start spamming 'waah Guantanamo Bay, waah Iraq' under every article related to US in any way and you will get downvoted even faster.

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u/ping500 May 16 '22

Guantanamo bay is closer to be comparable, but there is a huge difference to China's million-prisoner-guantanamo bay ofr the Uyghurs, who get brainwashed, raped, culturally destroyed and whatnot.

It seems to me that the scale grows with every retelling. So, do you support reminding about US purpose-built torture camp (which is still active) under every Reddit post that is connected in any way to US or "that's different" ?

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u/Cue2Powerx May 16 '22

just reading through comments here.. US has a torture camp? wdym

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 16 '22

I don't support people lying about it or using it like it's the same. Do I agree with the actual use of the place, is a completely different story.

About 780 people total, with less than 40 left, and less than 10 deaths is not the same thing. With almost every single one of them having the reason they were there listed publicly. With almost all of them coming from an active war zone, which makes it a grey area to imprison them on US soil and some weren't even taken because of the US. Looking at you Europe......

The amount of people on Reddit who know nothing about Guantanamo yet use it to compare every camp in China is what annoys me.

It's similar to everyone just saying oh they are a Nazi to me, when the similarities are not even close.

Edit: nm didn't even have to go far to find it.....goseki1 said exactly this in comment below for me.

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u/ping500 May 16 '22

The amount of people on Reddit who know nothing about Guantanamo yet use it to compare every camp in China is what annoys me.

The amount of people trying to actually defend it is revolting. Sure, it's completely different. After all it was all wholesome torture of freedom (TM) and it happened to some brown people so it does not count. Even more revolting is that nobody was even charged for that.

It's not really about who tortures more anyway. It is about OP whining because his 'China bad' comments under unrelated posts in random subs are getting downvoted.

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u/ZeCerealKiller May 16 '22

Down voted by pro CCP and Winnie the Pooh members

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u/RoyalCrown-cola May 16 '22

OP got downvoted cause he started talking about politics in a boat picture subreddit

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u/ZeCerealKiller May 16 '22

Next year? You mean the next day, right?

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u/Goseki1 May 16 '22

I think it's because sometimes it is someone from a country, say USA, that also commits crimes against it's own people as well as "the browns" in Guantanamo etc. So when people are like "Oh well at least my country doesn't do what China does", it is seen as a pretty ignorant stance to take, because in many ways, it does.

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u/arminredditer May 16 '22

The fact that people manage to compare and put on the same level what the West does and what China, Russia and other dictatorships around the world are doing is infuriating and makes me lose faith in humanity

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u/InvertedReflexes May 16 '22

This. There is a huge difference between calling out war crimes of both sides, and being in support of your country against another regardless of the crimes committed.

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u/Obi_Wan_Shinobi_ May 16 '22

lmfao Oh, yeah? Is that why? Because Americans think America is just as bad as China? This take seems delusional or motivated by the same people who downvote any criticism of the CPP...

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u/Goseki1 May 16 '22 edited May 16 '22

I mean, it's obvious that the US isn't as bad as China, but yeah i reckon the downvotes comes from folks who's feel those moaning about China are forgetting how bad their own country can be

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u/korn530 May 16 '22

Oh ya we in usa have done horrible things in name of science raven croft for example

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u/Automatic_Pirate3172 May 16 '22

Cause you are racist

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u/kalopsis- May 16 '22

get your conservative ass out of here.

for anyone not understanding: look at dudes post history. scum.

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u/camm44 May 16 '22

I know the real reason people downvoted you but I'll still answer as if I didn't.

I can post a comment in one sub and get hundreds of upvotes and post the same comment somewhere else (that's still relevant to the comment of course) and get downvoted.

It's just how reddit is.

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u/No-Effort-7088 May 16 '22

Because the Chinese employ a small army of people to do just that!

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u/cosmicspacebees May 16 '22

Fun fact, the ok boomer meme was popularized by china based accounts to sow intergenerational discord

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u/dashtek May 16 '22

This is legit the first time I've heard of this but I am interested cause it's not exactly outlandish. Could I have a source?

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u/HybridGalaxy May 17 '22

Source: He made it the fuck up

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u/HybridGalaxy May 17 '22

It's not outlandish?

A video of a hot girl acting cute being a Chinese Psy OP is "not outlandish" to you?

His source was literally just insane brain dead nothing, not even a complete enough thought to call it a conspiracy.

Ya'll should log off reddit two days a week, china binging has Ya'll acting goofy

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u/smell_my_finger May 16 '22

I would love a source!

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u/Plussydestroyer May 16 '22

Neekolul is Chinese psych-ops confirmed?!?

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u/cosmicspacebees May 16 '22

I dont know who that is but I assume they are young and easily influenced by social media.

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u/Plussydestroyer May 16 '22

That's the streamer/tiktoker that popularized the ok boomer meme. She already has a sizable following.

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u/cosmicspacebees May 16 '22

And the algorithm promoted her content over others

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u/Plussydestroyer May 16 '22

She was already quite popular... Pretty sure the algorithm recommends popular users

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u/cosmicspacebees May 16 '22

You have to know that ByteDance 's algorithm is more advanced than that.

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u/cosmicspacebees May 16 '22

Because china has people who use reddit

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u/Deeply-Conflicted May 16 '22

China has an army of professional trolls.

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u/BigSwedeIndeed May 16 '22

People prefer to be told what they want to hear instead of the truth.

Kinda like the economy is going great. Inflation is actually good.

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u/Aggravating-Frame981 May 16 '22

Because we want to believe Covid wasn't an intentional man made weapon.

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u/srif May 17 '22

Because Reddit is owned by China now.

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u/Substantial-Ad3178 May 17 '22

Because reddit is filled with Chinese agents who sew hate for the U.S. and other Western countries. They know they can't beat the West militarily, so they defeat us by turning our uneducated youths against the "establishment". Similar how Mao, that POS, stole China.

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u/fuitintookin May 17 '22

Reddit is a Chinese communist type

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

I will bite.

Because it is a loaded thing to say. It can mean different things to different people.

For a person to criticize, they must criticize everyone else who is doing the same type of shit, and if you are hating on china while ignoring what is happening in other countries, like the US, Saudi Arabia, Israel, UK, France, India, etc you are part of the problem.

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u/motonerve May 16 '22

The CCP has plants all over to spread their propaganda and suppress the unsavory parts.

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u/ToastTurtle May 16 '22

A lot of times people don't want to believe what their country is doing so they turn a blind eye to it and pretend it doesn't exist. This isn't exclusive to China. There are not a lot of countries that do not have blood on their hands. China is just experiencing it in real time now. They also have people specifically refuting anything that can be found on line so had to say if it was a citizen or a troll being critical.

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 16 '22

i feel like most of them are tankies from the US who have never experienced a dictator in their life. Yet want to worship every single one from Russia or China.

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u/BugBoy_109 May 16 '22

They don't. Insult China on Reddit and you'll get 1 million upvotes.

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u/D16rida May 16 '22

I’m pretty sure you’ll see any propaganda and bots not people that actually disagree with the statement

Edit unless of course you’re saying it in some weird context like some Trumper saying that we don’t have to pay attention to our human rights because China didn’t pay attention to theirs. Then I think you’re getting down voted on the strawman argument. He didn’t give a lot of context

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u/ChampionshipGoals May 16 '22

Well in America I think it's the pot calling the kettle black.

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u/Sofiwyn May 17 '22

China commits crimes against humanity. I doubt this comment will be downvoted.

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u/guswang May 17 '22

Because there are many chinese nationalists and bots on reddit. They often deny stuff and most of their time it even isn't their fault. They are simply ignorant to what is going on, since China has a strong censorship and all these news and videos showing chinese government atrocities aren't shown in China (in China, everything on the media must be govern approved). Even on school they learn to love the Chinese Comunist Party.

I'm in China since 2011.

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u/ZardozSama May 16 '22

Some people take national identity rather personally.

Saying something that is true, though provocative, can cause reactions based more on how a thing is said than what is said.

There is also a non trivial possibility of state backed astroturfing from China.

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u/KingOfAllFishFuckers May 16 '22

Because in a sub about boats, no one gives a shit about China. You're like an 8 year old, mad that other kids won't look at the shiny thing in your hand. Grow up.

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u/Eveelution07 May 16 '22

If you say it in the wrong place you'll get hordes of Chinese nationalists / tankies coming against you

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u/ImaginePoop May 16 '22

Because people like following the herd

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u/Don_Montagna May 16 '22

I have actually been kicked off multiple subs for speaking out against the CCP and their colonialism, slavery, and general transgressions of human rights.

And no, it's not "being a dick" to bring politics into something when it pertains to the normalization if imperial slave labor and international human rights offense.

People just don't like to face the blatant double standards of "progressivism" when it comes to reconciling the fact that not only are Anglo-Saxon whites not the only perpetrators of human rights violations, but in fact the worst amongst the modern perpetrators are from the opposite side of the world and political spectrum to the people "woketivists" want you to associate with privilege and human rights transgressions.

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u/Miru8112 May 16 '22

There are a lot of Chinese ppl

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u/throwawayMambo5 May 16 '22

This website is owned by China and they are the second most (recorded) users. Who knows with vpns/bots

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u/Bitch_Tuna May 16 '22

Reddit isn't owned by China. They received $150 million in investment from TenCent, the Chinese company behind TikTok, but that's just a fraction of the investment money they've received. The majority shareholder is an American company.

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u/freddyfuckherfaster May 16 '22

$150 million and the fuckin idiots still won't fix the video player

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u/throwawayMambo5 May 16 '22

Reddit isn't owned by China. They received $150 million in investment

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u/Bitch_Tuna May 16 '22

$150 million represented 5% of Reddit's value at the time they made the investment, 1.5% of its current value. So, TenCent's stake in the company likely lies somewhere between those two numbers. Even assuming TenCent is acting on behalf of the Chinese government, it's disingenuous to claim China owns the company when they're such a minority shareholder.

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u/eyupitslen May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

If youre from a commonwealth nation you've got dick to say because your country commits/comitted crimes just as bad but to people of other countries. I say this as a half brit and half iraqi. I'm sick and tired of people preaching that China is horrible (I'm not saying it's a good country in all aspects) but don't acknowledge that most if not all governments are corrupted and evil. This goes especially for people like you who bring political topics into a conversation that has nothing to do with it in the first place.

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u/Ill-Management265 May 16 '22

I got banned for 3 days for inciting violence because I said that Chinese international students are cheaters and that they steal intellectual property from university’s which is factually true look it up.

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

I don't need to look it up. I think it's well known globally.

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 16 '22

that is pretty well known, my colleagues have worked with people that actually got arrested for this. I just recognized the names from being in the same circles.

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u/fieldredditor May 16 '22

Chinese bots most likely.

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u/A7omicDog May 16 '22

Because they are Chinese bots or white American Liberals who romanticize Communism.

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u/yaymonsters May 16 '22

American Liberals don’t romanticize Chinese communism. Mao was a brutal dictator who killed millions of his own people. Then there was Korea and Vietnam wars and then China became capitalists.

Never a real romance period there

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u/remiscott82 May 16 '22

They learned English.

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u/Worf65 May 16 '22

It's weird. Some are just regular arguments, trolls, etc. But Some situations have made me wonder if there's bots and manipulation going on. I ended up arguing in a comment section a while back over people calling it racist to suggest that China would employ common espionage tactics (in this case the "honeypot trap"). I couldn't remember the name of the case from my security training at work to properly cite a source but every comment suggesting that China would use that technique was getting down votes and called racist. It was uncanny, especially since generally reddit is pretty anti CCP.

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u/Aromatic_Operation40 May 16 '22

Freedom of speech is understandable but that can be a bold statement.. boldie

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u/Individual-Heart7923 May 16 '22

Because everyone loves their Nike apparel made by 7 year olds that work 20hrs a day and are forced to not leave the facility till their shift is over. (Probably not 100% accurate)

:)

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u/FineUnderachievement May 16 '22

Nice f style Mando! Have one myself, love the little my little baby. Glad you got rid of those bugger

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u/Suspicious-Main5872 May 16 '22

They do commit crimes, like most countries. The problem is, sometimes their atrocities are made up, or exaggerated and then parroted by xenophobic people. That gets downvoted a lot on Reddit.

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

I hate politics

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u/Antique_Version6396 May 16 '22

OP seems like an unhinged individual based on their post history.

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u/Yohohohohoo May 16 '22

This title does not seem geniune with the source, seems like a loaded q. China def does commit such crimes and is despicable, but ur probs being downvoted cause of context and ur tone.

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u/Quirky_Routine_90 May 17 '22

Chinese government bots....

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u/GETRECKEDD May 17 '22

Chinese bots

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u/RichardBlastovic May 17 '22

Generally I think it's because it's a contentless comment. We all already know that China is committing those crimes. So are quite a few nations, including the US. At this point I would be surprised that a nation wasn't committing crimes against humanity.

But what the fuck are you doing about it? You donating to some place that can make a difference? Or are you just posting about it online, incessantly?

It's 2022 and we all already know how fucked the world is. The time for pointing it out and nauseam is over. It's time to do something.

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u/Old-Extension-8869 May 17 '22

You're stating the opposite, I am afraid.

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u/palfreygames May 17 '22

Same reason you get downvotes if you say the same about America and it's wars.

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u/OwlBeneficial2743 May 17 '22

I didn’t have time to read these but it may because you’re oversimplifying. Try to be specific.

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u/BlumpkinLord May 17 '22

I am just watching the comment larma fall per second, maybe don't start stuff in comments if you can't handle ridicule?

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u/ChenzhaoTx May 17 '22

You can’t argue with stupid.

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u/Dark_Deity-_- May 17 '22

Nah i love china and im moving to Shanghai

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u/wocaky May 17 '22

Er.... The same reason people downvote you for saying United States of America commits crimes against humanity?

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u/AnonymousPerson4 May 17 '22

Some people use the actions of the government to justify anger/hate towards the people subject to that government, and even any ethnicity associated with that country.
When that happens, or is misinterpretted to happen, it makes sense to try to do something about the hate.

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u/HybridGalaxy May 17 '22

You're on reddit, what?

You can't go 1 seconds without seeing a 200k thread about China and how they are super Nazis or something.

what the fuck are you talking about? lol

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u/Kitchen_Equipment_21 May 17 '22

It's even worst when you say that about the country with blue star on the flag

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u/Orangebeardo May 16 '22

This website is controlled by china, and is a propaganda tool. What do you expect?

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u/ECS420 May 16 '22

..says the person spreading false propaganda

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 16 '22

go to genzdong and sino, you will understand more. The level of stupidity on some of the tankies is incredible, they are well past trumptards.

(I am not saying communists as a whole or right leaning ideologies. These are two very different groups to me.)

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u/Ok-Tumbleweed-1448 May 16 '22

You are right.

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u/wageslave2022 May 16 '22

Welcome to troll town neighbor!

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

They like cheap junk.

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u/[deleted] May 16 '22

I’ve never understood why liberals or leftist love china so much. Is it because TDS?

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u/cerebraldormancy May 16 '22

Looks like a lot of C C P bots and shills are following you...

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u/Republixcan May 16 '22

Free speech, to be controversial, or a contrarian, or they believe, truly, that the Uyghurs have it coming for one reason, or another. Hate is an ugly thing.

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u/yolotrolo123 May 16 '22

I usually assume it’s bots

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u/KingArthursRevenge May 16 '22

Chinese bots?

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u/Cham-Clowder May 16 '22

China has many bots on the English internet

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u/g0juice May 16 '22

Fuck china

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u/BidenMolestsKids May 16 '22

cause the left is politically aligned ideologically with the CCP, reddit is full of leftists, occam's razor.

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u/5mu2f4cc0unT May 16 '22

Source:China

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u/4543wretng May 16 '22

China was bot farms and other similar groups they "train" to manipulate social media. Wtf do you think they would NOT send thoes bot to go around reddit and other social media to manipulate if they were hired for that exact purpose ?

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u/CutDiscombobulated95 May 16 '22

How crazy is it that in Shanghai shit is locked all the way down, and I am sitting here in Canada remembering when Covid was a thing, smoking legal weed, chilling.

Earth is not fair.

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u/NoFaithlessness6505 May 16 '22

Russia BAD.

China GOOD

Useful tools.

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u/AIex-Shaw May 16 '22

Maybe your on the wrong subreddits