Apparently, another one of Ren Zhengfei’s daughters is a computer science undergraduate at Harvard

The detaining of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei and daughter of its founder Ren Zhengfei, at Canadian airport on behest of the US authorities has made headlines the past several days. On that, I have little to say other than that she is quite attractive and also that the half-closeted nepotism via mother’s surname is both amusing and somewhat gross.

Reading her Wikipedia page, I pulled the following

Ren’s first wife was Meng Jun, the daughter of Meng Dongbo, a former deputy governor of Sichuan Province. They had two children: daughter Meng Wanzhou and son Meng Ping, both of whom took up their mother’s surname.[14] After their divorce, he married Yao Ling, with whom he had another daughter, Annabel Yao, who is 25 years younger than Meng Wanzhou. Annabel is a computer science student at Harvard University who made a high-profile debut at Le Bal des Débutantes in Paris in 2018.[14] Ren married for the third time to Su Wei, who was reportedly his former secretary.[14]

Ren’s eldest daughter, Meng Wanzhou, is deputy chairperson and chief financial officer (CFO) of Huawei.[15]

I’m somewhat surprised and also rather disappointed that Ren Zhengfei sent his other daughter, who also took her mother’s surname (and this is a different mother), to Harvard for undergrad. It reminds of how Xi Jinping’s daughter transferred to Harvard from Zhejiang University after her freshman year. I hate to say it but it’ll be hard to take the PRC elites too seriously when they send their children to elite US schools for undergrad. It is a sign that they still lack independence with a need to associate with global homo Anglo elite institutions. On the Chinese internet, people are questioning what other passports besides the Chinese one is possessed by Meng Wanzhou, and it was revealed somewhere that she had a green card from Canada.

Meng for undergraduate merely attended a good but not great university in China. That was when her father, who started Huawei in his 40s, was still a relative nobody. Remember that in China, aside from regional discrimination, wherein Beijing residents are allocated like 10 times more slots at Beida/Qinghua adjusted for population than residents in the provinces, admissions is based purely on gaokao and automatic admission via top performance on the national math and science olympiads. It’s basically impossible for filthy rich and/or well-connected parents to buy one’s kid’s way into Beida/Qinghua in China. So I guess when the kid of someone super high up in China turns out to be intellectually mediocre, attending an elite US school for undergrad becomes the default, sadly.

Something to note, relatedly, is that 富二代 (second generation rich) is a relatively new phenomenon in China. After all, after the communists took power, the rich people had their assets confiscated (like my amusingly pro-communist ABC friend stuck in the US at least for the near future, his family ended up sharing their four story house/building with a bunch of a poor people), and afterwards, people in high up positions did not make much more than the ordinary worker, with the salary difference, based on what I’ve heard, at most a factor of 10, barring very exceptional cases. It was really only after 1980 when it became possible for one to become extremely rich doing business. Between 1980 and 2010. there was a lot of low hanging fruit in China, economically. Plenty of mediocre people with the right entrepreneurial energy/personality became rich. And by that, the class of second generation rich was born, and it seems now they are forming their own culture, with studying abroad paying ridiculous tuition at US universities common, as well as their parents investing in US real estate. It’s very possible and perhaps likely that the class structure in China will solidify over the next generation, as is already the case in the US. How much so, that remains to be seen.

I’ve had some interactions with 富二代 kids and their parents in the US. Many of them are, predictably, not very smart academically. They are basically on permanent vacation in America. Their career/employment prospects in America are not surely not good for obvious reasons. It doesn’t seem like they’re well treated in school by their white peers in America. Yes, their families are economically well off, but that doesn’t mean they can integrate into American society. Their families are able to invest in real estate in America for now; even so, their existence in the US will be a marginal one much confined to the Chinese community. Many of them do not even know English well and are mostly here to invest in real estate, enjoy some material comfort and fresh air, and also send their kids to school here. In most cases, the father based in China only visits every once in a while. They’re obviously not really wanted in America other than for their money, spent on international tuition and luxury brands and so on.

As the reader can tell, I don’t have a high opinion of those 富二代 who send their kids to America and invest in real estate there. Being in China now, I’m sure I’ll learn more about them, including the process they go through to transfer all that money to the US, and maybe I can even influence them a bit. As one can see from the detention of Meng Wanzhou in Canada, there is little guarantee for them on US soil. Finance/economics tells us there is no such thing as a free lunch. They may feel they are winning now and that their assets in America are safe, but this could very much be a process of 温水煮青蛙 (a frog boiled in warm water), where initially one feels warmth, until one gets burned. They may own real estate in America on paper for now, but that real estate is physically in America, where the Chinese do not really control anything. They have no media power, no legal power, no military power there. It’s totally possible for them to suddenly lose everything. Unlikely, but it can happen and only needs to happen once.

The Meng Wanzhou incident has been in Chinese media tied to the death of Stanford physics professor Shoucheng Zhang at age 55 which happened on the same day. The family statement said that it was due to depression, which we all know is just a euphemism. There has been speculation that it was related to the alleged tanking of his Chinese venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. It’s quite tragic that he took his ambition/careerism too far, assuming that his death was related to his VC activity. Had he just remained purely academic, he would have survived and likely eventually won his Nobel. Needless to say, using the prestige of a rare Stanford tenured professorship in physics to raise a Chinese VC is not really what he should be doing while officially in that position. Stanford probably should be somewhat embarrassed about his case as well, in addition to the recent Elizabeth Holmes case that was magnitudes worse. On this, I also have in mind the cases of Lucas Duplan and Evan Spiegel, both quite shameful.

It is my hope that talented, elite Chinese can focus more on developing their institutions at home instead of wasting so much money and energy associating with and working for elite US institutions for signaling. Doing so only inflates the value of a system hostile to Chinese while at the same time de-valuing Chinese institutions. If Chinese are really serious about this trade war, they should be going out of their way to devalue Harvard and Stanford, to devalue Google and Facebook, not eagerly trying to attend those schools for undergrad for a rather mediocre academic educational experience and making such a big deal about working for those companies, whose programmers are generally no better than ones in a good internet company in China as far as I can tell. If Chinese want other people to respect and value them, then they ought to first have confidence in their own institutions. I say this having been in prestigious US institutions myself, interacted substantially with numerous people from there, and frankly, many of them are not all that great, with some depressingly mediocre or even problematic. Of course, there are also plenty of genuinely brilliant, accomplished people in America in top American institutions. Overall, my point is that it’s clear that America will not judge the Chinese well, so why expend so much trying to associate and fit in with America? Why not instead expend more energy into creating a system where what America thinks simply becomes more or less irrelevant?

 

结识ArmorUSA和ChinaSuperpower

他们俩都是七岁去的美国或加拿大但名校高等学位谋取后回到了祖国,他们也都认为中国人在美国面临着集中营的未来。他们俩我也都是在Reddit得知,在知乎上读过我的文章的人可以看到我的文章好多以他们的Reddit评论为启发点。我一个月前在Reddit上写给了他们俩私信,几天前得以ChinaSuperpower的回复。微信连通后,他立即把我加到了一些以我们这类人的组成的微信群,在此及微信私下聊天已经说了不少了,尤其是与ChinaSuperpower。 

有些关注我的博客或知乎的人应该得知我对犹太人比较反感。我已发觉好多红的中国人都是这样的,包括ChinaSuperpower。他又说现在在美国掌握着媒体的大多征服了白人的犹太人在操纵着白人歧视亚洲人,这也很符合我的观察。我在我博客上也写到过我的在数学竞赛获得过最高奖的白人朋友也觉得犹太人是可恶的寄生虫,而且他们因为在美国的种族分类属于白人,可以把所谓的white privilege推到白人身上。在美国舆论中,任何对犹太人负面的话在那种多年被犹太人操纵的政治气候会被批为anti-Semitism,而且经常,犹太利益集团会为此破坏其言者的事业。从某种角度,中国人还好,因为中国人只要有中国身份还可以回到中国,在中国主流是不会在乎反犹的,甚至可以说共产党本质上就是反犹的。中美敌对,美国由犹太人主导寄生,犹太人自然是中国人的敌人。犹太人掌握的媒体如谷歌和脸书好多都在中国的黑名单上。我在脸书面试过,那儿有好多大陆人,但是都是干活的或中层管理的,上层大部分是犹太人。中国人不要怕犹太人,犹太人其实没有那么聪明,中国人在美国完全客观公平的考试和数学竞赛等今年基本在秒杀犹太人,在科学研究上,中国人也不错,总的来讲还是差一些,但是因为现在在还未形成世界绝对一流的独立的科研体制,在美国还是经常依赖于他人的钱和评价,中国人将来也会达到日本那样的绝对一流的水平。同时,中国人14亿,拥有庞大的而接近于最先进独立工业体系和军队,犹太人如果太得罪中国人,他们十多亿的穆斯林仇人不得不加以实力远远更强大的中国人,若不妥协,犹太大屠杀必定重演!

我和ChinaSuperpower说了一些自己的背景。小时候把我带到美国我母亲的一些表示自由主义观点之语录我跟他说了,他的感觉是我母亲不仅是精神美国人,而是不一般的,严重的精神美国人,为什么呢,因为原来她是原体制内的人,在中国主流体制混的算很不错的。他非常佩服我一直留在中国的父亲,觉得他是非常有智慧的人,我却跟他说了我爸爸在我中学时候对我说的,大概为

中国人跑到美国去,人家自然就会觉得你是跑到他们那儿享受更好的物质条件,是在那儿乘凉的,你在好,人家也不会真正瞧得起你的,所以我从来没想过去美国。

他又说,现在的局势已很危险了,中国人必须选一边,中美矛盾只会加深,在过一段时间很可能就来不及了。当然,好多第一代移民已经失去了回国的可能,因为好多他们的作为,尤其已经入美国籍的那些,已经使得他们在中国人眼中为叛徒。 

他认为犹太人是美国的华人的集体敌人,但是个人敌人对于那些生在或小时候去的美国的经常是他们的叛国父母,中国人不光要集体冲击美国的犹太精英当权派,个人也要去彻底否定及惩罚背叛国家的父母。

这句话或许有点极端,但是从此我还看出了一定的引申义。那就是中国人最大的敌人其实是内奸。他也在Reddit写到过90年代和00年代初,中国的政治气候处于了低谷,右派内奸漫天遍野,并且占领了不少有权利有影响力的位置,那时候西方国际化公司即使在中国比中国公司威望都要高。对中华民族幸运的是,习近平上台时,其形势已基本转变,中国的左派已大多占领上风,而且其相对势力一直在增强,按趋势会彻底压倒卖国的中国自由主义右派。这一点我在美国也感觉到了,2017年是个大的转折点,觉得那时候中国已经大多证明自己了,被嘲笑为超美国的科技公司在美国媒体里也得以认可,连美国的时代杂志都发表了一个标题为China won(中国赢了)的文章。我自己个人也有了不少进步,在事业上,在能力上,给了我远远更强的信心。我感到中国人之前实力还是太低,不得不服从美国的一些,但是现在不这么认为了,开始认为其实中国人或许更强,只不过近代史起点太低了,若世界体系能由中国人主导,中国人的天分和能力能得以远远更充分的发挥,也会将世界变得更好。今年受到一些网民如Unz Review的Duke of Qin的影响,我认为中国人应当发愤图强将美国的自由主义国际体系彻底毁灭,保卫中国人,也保卫全世界得多元化。中国的优势在于大家都是中国人,都讲中文,有同样的文化,有极强的组织和执行能力,只要政治上团结一心,力量是超大而无可比拟的。中国改革开放融入国际体系以来,一直有外势力利用中国自由主义分子搞渗透,如听说微博都有以色列支持一些中国人发亲以亲犹的言论。犹太人千年活在别人的国家,对他民族做商业,政治,及文化渗透和操纵和寄生成了他们的本性,他们认识到他们在多种族自由主义社会有极大的优势,反而那种世界非常不利于千年活在只有中国人的中国的中国人。

中国人在二十一世纪,要像在当年的朝鲜战争一样,积极选择并形成最自己更有利的战场,那就是慢慢通过自己的势力改变美国为主的国际体系和规则,将自己的劣势转为自己的优势。要想做到这一点,显得清除内奸,最好的办法是施加压力迫使他们离开,就像ChinaSuperpower所说,我反对中国的“公知精英”,但是他们一旦离开了中国,就跟我们没关系了。分界线现在已经画的很明确了。美国的华人一旦主动放弃了中国籍或长期在国外与反华的机构形成利益关系,就不在是中国人了,在国外他们的任何遭遇责任完全由自己担当。同时,ChinaSuperpower同情第二代身不由己在美国长大的华裔,因为他们好多是好的,觉得中国应该给他们提供融入的机会,至少给他们机会证明自己与他们的叛徒父母很不一样。不过他也认识到那些第二加代美国华人他们大多也没希望了,要回来就赶紧回来并且做一切自己所能做的证明自己对中国的忠诚,这包括公开否定自己的叛国父母。

这个世界差异大的种族和文化是没有本质上的妥协或融合,人必须选完全依靠一边,不然得不到支持而难以生存,现在我们处于危险的历史时刻,面临着你死我活的斗争!

一个回忆,关于美国媒体对中国的抹黑和歪曲

感觉好久没在这上面写中文了,若将来回国发展中文还是必须大大提高。希望多在这上面写写中文,说不定还能吸引多一些中国的网民呢。

那中文我现在想写什么呢,就是一个不知为何而突来的关于中国在英文界形象之回忆。原来工作偶然认识了一位高材生,他来自中国最聪明的省的农村,但通过竞赛被报送进了北大,后又在美国麻省理工念了博士,牛人啊。一看到这样的人我就容易自卑。

有意思的是他竟然跟我表示他觉得美国文化非常扯淡,非常会骗人。记得有一次他却提到美国时代杂志选的2015年全球最影响力的一百个人之中国代表,都比较负面。有了习近平,独裁吗,还有出中国环境污染记录片的柴静,此人我当时未知,好像他说的之中还有小米创始人雷军,这毫无疑问还是很正面的,说明时代杂志也开始认可宣传中国的科技创新了。他的结论确是,选的大多都是负面的,会给美国人什么样的感觉啊。其实,这些在美国长大的我早就知道,也早就习惯了。

那百人里面中国血统的人不止三个。好,那我就把他们都列下来吧,同时也个个评论一下。

  • 习近平,已提。
  • 柴静,已提。
  • 雷军,已提。
  • 鲁炜,当时中央网信办、国家网信办主任,中国“不自由”网络之王,我看或许是最负面的。
  • Joanne Liu,著名加拿大出生长大华裔女医生,医学教授,参与了Doctors Without Borders,我操,又符合英文界更愿意提拔华裔女性的普遍现象,还没有查他老公是不是白人,也懒得查了,就默认为是吧。还能算正面,但问题是他是香蕉人,父母也是逃避中共的。
  • J.T. Wang,台湾电脑公司宏碁总裁王振堂,真有意思,时代他的名字还他妈的J.T.,算正面吧,表示中国人技术上的能力,但是还是美国中国狗子国家的人啊。
  • Chen Shu-chu,我从没听说过的什么台湾女捐蔬菜的慈善家,佛教徒,不是什么有钱有势的人。要强调又是教徒,又是女的,又是台湾人,偏见忒明显了。
  • Jimmy Lai,香港十亿富翁及民运反中共分子,又是47年出生而十三岁随父亲逃到了香港。

所以一共八个,四个大陆的,其中只有一个是正面的。然后一个正面的女香蕉人,又两个正面的台湾人一男一女,加上一个香港反共人士,这对中国大陆也是很负面。其实,从某种角度宣传非大陆华人的好也是对中国的一种负面。美国媒体还真的对中国大陆人和其他中国人有明确区分,名字也如此。所以可以说是八个里七个都负面,你说给美国人对中国什么印象啊。

当然,中国人最好的办法就是对此置之不理,将来强大了说不定还能真正左右一下。

On Russia and Russians

I was told yesterday by that uber pro-American anti-communist American Jew that American liberals actually hate Russia more than they hate China. I was surprised. He said that this is seldom realized, and that

if you compared xi to putin people would consider that offensive even
people have a double standard against white countries when it comes to human rights

So, the logic is because Russia is white, they should be held to higher standards for human rights and democracy, and the extent to which Russia is “freer” (than China, which blocks Google and Facebook and is still a one-party totalitarian state) is not enough to offset the differentiated standard.

I don’t get it, why are Western liberals so intent on hating Russia, why why why? Because Russia is such a threat to their world domination? (The USSR is gone and there’s basically zero hope of Russia recovering to that level, but that’s apparently not enough.) I had also heard that in the UK it’s the Russians, not the Muslims, who are most resented, for being tall, blonde, and alpha and taking the tech jobs. It’s another one of those they’re hated for being too good. Russians being good attracts more resentment than admiration, they must have failed politically somewhere.

From my experience working, observing, reading, and interacting, it does seem like Russians are technically extremely powerful. Of course, the ones here in America are a select group. At a place where I worked, there was this big Russian guy who was quite an ubermensch programmer doing much of the technical heavy-lifting. He was also a higher up in the company, though not terribly high up, and it took him some time in officially low ranking positions (where I’m sure he contributed a ton) to get there. There is good reason to believe the pattern of Russians being ranked (much) lower in American tech companies relative to their ability and contribution, given how political promotion and performance reviews are, and the extent to which salary is determined by one’s “circumstances.” There seem to be very few Russians high up in corporate America, despite their ability. On this, I can’t help but think: could it be that the American elite only wants them to do the hard technical work (where they contribute much more than they get) and find them too threatening to allow into positions of power? It seems though that as a group, they’re more or less accepting of this treatment, content with a very intellectually stimulating job. My Russian friends tells me that very few go back due to lack of opportunity, notwithstanding that Russia has Yandex (which was, curiously, founded before Google) and vKontakte, and its own military ecosystem.

I know that there is the widely stereotype that Russians are smart and really creative, while Chinese are smart but lack spark. There is some truth to that as far as I can tell. On TopCoder and CodeForces and at the ACM ICPC, all of which I’ve participated in, with mixed success, the Chinese still cannot beat the Russians, even when they seem to try really hard. Petr was superhuman, and ACRush, while also an ubermensch, was still a notch below Petr. Though ACRush, with his Chinese connections, has started his own self-driving car company, while Petr is still working for Google. CodeForces, created by Russians, is now much better maintained and consequently more popular across the world to competitive programmers.

I’ve observed that Russians are not as obsessed about prestigious schools here in the US as Chinese are. Plenty of really smart ones only attend state schools, to save money, and also maybe because the elite schools discriminate against them too, because their being Russian and worse connected in American society would be a disadvantage for them in the career world.

From what I’ve seen, Russians are very well-rounded too, actually smart and capable in all respects. Even in athletics, they’re feared and targeted (with reference to the Olympic ban). This might mean that they’re not very good at putting on a stupid smile and going along with all the stupid bullshit that goes on in this society. If they’re this good, maybe they instead of being taken advantage of by American capitalists who only want to extract as much as they can out of them for as little as they can get away with should build their own technology and institutions in Russia, where they actually end up having ownership. They did that in the USSR days (but bad luck and stupid political decisions blew it all away), maybe they should continue to do so.

To conclude, I’ll say that I’ve heard that “Russians/Eastern Europeans get macho and that leads to individualism/isolation in the workplace.” Maybe because they’re pissed that they (the ones in America are some of the best and brightest) have to answer to idiots who they have a hard time pretending to respect.

On the Trump-Kim meeting in Singapore

I had the great pleasure of catching up in person with a friend doing math PhD in something algebraic geometry-ish at a top school. We had dinner at an Indian restaurant. He asked me what I thought of the upcoming meeting between Trump and Kim in Singapore. It’s something that I hadn’t been paying attention to really, though I was aware of it, and I didn’t really have any opinion.

As of today, the meeting is over. I saw an article about it from Washington Post. Apparently, Trump agreed to halt US-South Korea military exercises, exactly what the Chinese government proposed ahead of the summit, likely in the personal meeting between Xi and Kim well before that, wants to eventually pull out US troops from South Korea, and professes more of less the attitude that though China is violating sanctions on DPRK that it agreed to, there’s nothing that can really be done. It’s impressive that DPRK has manage to resist for so long. America with its might has done so much to try to bring it down with economic sanctions and exclusion from much of the international community, thereby rendering its reputation as a pariah state. The people running DPRK, like them or not, are survivors. They, as a puny little country, managed to develop nukes despite economic sanctions and the crisis resulting from the decline and ultimate collapse of their former puppet master or patron (or whatever you choose to call it), the USSR. Their having nukes (and also being next to China, which America dares not to mess with too much) allowed the Kim dynasty to not end up like Saddam or Gaddafi. They must have felt that with the USSR gone and China’s viewing them as an obstacle towards its international integration that they really needed the nukes to preserves themselves. Though people also say that their long range artillery, with Seoul, where like half of South Korea’s population and economy is, within reach, they have enough to deter a military attack against them. What did they really get from nukes? Some more bargaining chip, because they figure they can always get more by pretending to denuclearize. I can’t blame them really. Anyone will go to the extremes when it’s a matter of survival. If you try to starve a dog to death (but can’t, strictly speaking), he’ll just become a ferocious wild one in order to survive, and that’s exactly what DPRK has done.

This must be quite a blow to the neocons and American supremacists who are so keen on American world domination. Hate to tell them that by now, they’ve probably missed their chance. The way things are going right now, in a decade, South Korea could even become a PRC ally; they will once it’s in the interests of those in positions of power there to do so. What can America provide them? A guarantee that those people currently on top can stay on top. They do that foremost by providing defense against a possible DPRK invasion. I’m skeptical still that US will actually move forward with pulling troops out of South Korea; the ROK elite probably won’t like that, unless those with conciliatory attitudes towards their northern counterparts take over, which could happen. I know little about what the popular opinion is there. I do have Korean friends who tell me that there, if you actually sing a DPRK song in public, you will definitely be arrested, because there really is something to fear. There is quite a history of that there. It is well-established that during the Korean War, after the DPRK first invaded, Syngman Rhee ordered massacres of those perceived as disloyal to his regime. Even in the 80s, when the ROK was already doing much better than the DPRK, there was the Gwangju Uprising, which is like a South Korean Tiananmen Square. Of course, to justify its suppression, it was easy for the government to label the protesters as agent of the enemy regime. Contrary to impressions given by the American media, the South Korean position has been somewhat precarious too, and America has been willing to really invest there. There are even nuclear weapons deployed in South Korea, not just American soldiers stationed there. It’s an ally that is seen as vulnerable and too valuable to lose. Over the years, people have always been asking how long the DPRK can hold on. Now could it be that it is the ROK that will struggle to hold on, at least if remaining a staunch American ally is an absolute must? In some being ROK has being an American lapdog almost as a definitive characteristic, more so than on the other side, with the DPRK’s having had two larger powers bid for its loyalty during the Cold War, and with its more being on its own afterwards. The ROK leadership is seen as more spineless (or less able to hold on their own) than the DPRK leadership, having had America’s military presence directly at home with themselves in the subordinate position ever since the Korean War, whereas the Chinese People Volunteer Army, that basically saved the DPRK regime, left not long after the armistice was signed, though it still maintains a defense treaty that guarantees military protection. Much of that is because China, being so poor and backwards at that time, had scarce resources and enough to deal with at home, while America was, and still is, a very rich country plentiful in resources. Of course, there is also that the American elite seems so much delusional with regard to their own exceptionalism and fanatic about their domination of the world. Unfortunately for them, their efforts have been really backfiring in recent years, with the rest of world’s having caught up and increasingly reluctant to take their orders, which they are now much more capable of resisting. The British Empire possessed the same attitude, and one, from this, gets the feeling that this intent for world domination is much more in the Anglo-Saxon genes. Saxon has association with German, and yes, the Germans produced a Hitler, but it’s reasonable to say he was mostly a reactive force, with Germany’s having been shamed in the Versailles Treaty. The Brits were the pioneers of industrialization, and also the pioneers of colonialism and imperialism (if one discounts the earlier Spanish). The British Empire and its derivative America are arguably also the most fervent about spreading their religious and ideological faith. God, freedom, and democracy. They are also arguably the most delusional there.

The reality with the British Empire and with America is that they were pioneers in many ways, giving them the first mover advantage, but eventually had difficulties competing with the latecomers, who were in many ways more competent. Though economically and technologically, the Anglos may have fallen behind their competitors in certain aspects, the cultural presence established by their earlier victories last much longer. Like it or not, they have been relatively successful at getting the rest of the world to accept and embrace their so called cultural values, through a combination of merit, trickery, and intimidation. They are also arguably the most narcissistic, domineering, and historically scurrilous. They led in terms of their science and technology, with that the merit side. In terms of the lengths to which one deceives and coerces, they led much more. People observes how obscenely rich and powerful individuals, in their business, are cutthroat to the extremes. They will screw over another when it is in their interest to do, meaning of course that they can get away with it. They will engage hypocritically in philanthropy and whatnot to buy their reputations and establish a facade of charity. Analogously, the Anglo world has done this massively with its cultural imperialism of which blatant historical falsification and political deception in the media are the essential ingredient. Some other countries wanted to and tried, to some degree or another, to stop them, but lack the aggressive disposition and material power to do so. Economically and militarily, the Anglo world is of course guilty of displacement of the natives in America and Australia, and even to this day, the UK holds on to the Falkland Islands. Culturally they have been successful; this, along with America’s worldwide network of military bases, which America is increasingly lacking in its ability to economically sustain, are held as socially acceptable, the social norm. This might change though, but it will take a while.

America’s main competitors are China and Russia. Of the two, China is much more threatening. These are countries which have resisted the Anglo political and cultural system to this day, especially China, which is much harder to conquer, out of a combination of its size, competence, and alienness of culture, as a civilization that developed more or less independently from the rest of the world over millennia. The elites of the USSR basically sold out their country to America, whereas the Chinese communist elites managed to resist that. America and Britain had other competitors too, most of all Japan, but Japan was mostly tamed after WWII, and even with its economic and technological rise afterward, it could not escape the confines of the war legacy that it refuses to face. Germany is similar, but its attitude towards its war crimes is the antithesis of Japan’s. This is largely because the countries and peoples which suffered most from Nazism were the ones to destroy it. On the other hand, Japan was defeated by America and the Soviet Union, not by China, who was too weak at the time, though China did play a major role in sinking more of their resources, particularly human resources, which were the main bottleneck, quantitatively, for Japan, as a small nation that had tried very hard and only half-succeeded at playing the game of world imperialism that it entered in too late.

As much as I respect the accomplishments of the Anglo world, I much dislike the what I would call the domineering hypocritical sore loser mentality that this culture tends to channel and accept into their elites. When they are winning, they are arrogant and nasty. When they lose, they tend to do so in a very pathetic way. They are utterly lacking in self-critique and try to force blame on their adversaries. They have plenty of really talented, good people, but they are not very good at letting those people have a say on the important decisions. Since the title of this article is about the Trump-Kim summit, I’ll certainly say that America was quite a sore loser during the Korean War, which I won’t explain, because it is too obvious. This is objective reality; I’m not saying this because I am Chinese. Those anti-communist Chinese in Taiwan and Hong Kong who deny this are ridiculous, and the Anglo world world is just so keen on using such people as tools for sabotage against the real Chinese, except they keep on failing so miserably at it, making a fool of themselves. They are increasingly losing credibility.

Those in HBD will point out differences in temperament between East Asians and whites, which explain differences in social outcomes in individuals and the collective societies of which the individuals are constituents. There is the perception that East Asians are far less aggressive, which is a negative for maverick creativity, enough to offset the IQ advantage enjoyed by East Asians. There are of course some who claim that East Asians have lower variance in IQ explains the putative dearth of East Asian geniuses, though there is hardly any real evidence for this. This is exemplified by how the Chinese historically have been a relatively inward looking people. They made plenty of practical inventions, most notable of them papermaking and gunpowder that were transmitted to the West via the Silk Road, but were grossly lacking in fundamental theoretical contributions to science. Even now, China in foreign policy is relatively passive. There were plenty of crazy Chinese communist radicals, but that was a reactive mechanism of a society under crisis. I don’t see this changing much soon, though as China becomes more powerful and advanced, she will become more confident and care less about what the rest of the world, especially America, thinks. She may even go all out to change international norms to its liking, maybe in another generation. I myself am somewhat of a meek person by nature, but I can also be quite aggressive in certain ways. Like, I don’t uphold any fake ideal of freedom and human rights that Anglo culture so unabashedly and delusionally (perhaps with ulterior motives) promotes; discipline and “totalitarianism” (also call in a lack of American-style PC) certainly are very useful and necessary when defined appropriately in the right context. I am aggressive enough to not buy into much of the BS America sells, culturally and ideologically. If certain groups do a lot of damage, objectively, then it’s definitely a very good idea for them to be rendered irrelevant, by force if necessary. If certain objectively flawed ideas are promoted for the interests for some scumbags, then people absolutely SHOULD organize to resist them instead of standing idly. To me, a malicious person feigning charity is much worse than a very self-interested person who is open about what he wants.

I actually feel like China and Chinese in general could be, and probably should be, much more aggressive at getting their voice out and calling out the BS aspects of America. They shouldn’t be so accepting of it. They need a little more arrogance. And the more economically and technologically powerful and advanced China becomes, the more justification there would be for doing that. Before, China was so far behind that it could not claim much credibility, but that has changed vastly, especially over the past five years, with the trend being much on China’s side. If people don’t feel comfortable doing that, maybe they should work out more to increase their testosterone and confidence. Maybe they can find the genes for that and select for it to remedy the natural ethnic defect. Is this justified? Of course. Even many actually smart white Americans believe this would be better for the world. Quoting someone else, and not to be taken too literally,

A world run by Chinese or Japanese is one where they’d be rich and on top but mostly leave others alone, except to get money from them.

A world run by whites is one where half want to conquer and half want to help.

A world run by Jews is one where they’d systematically extinguish any hope of ending it.

Corresponding with me, Ron Unz concurred, without ever seeing this statement to my knowledge. His words are the following:

Naturally, the Verbal skew among Jews is a significant factor. But personally, I think a much bigger, relatively ignored factor would be what might be called the “Fervency/Fanaticism/Aggressiveness Quotient,” and it wouldn’t surprise me if the Jewish mean were something like 115 or even 120. Meanwhile, the East Asian mean might be down around 85 or 90, which has major social impacts.

More politics from that China-hating Jew

The guy I keep referring to here, who does combinatorics, just pinged me on Facebook. The conversation goes as follows:

Him
“He’s now president for life. President for life. No, he’s great. And look, he was able to do that. I think it’s great. Maybe we’ll have to give that a shot some day.” -Trump on Xi Jinping
china’s cultural values are reaching the US
the cultural values of a society that has statues of the greatest killer in history

Me
Lol I had seen that
Haha
You’re referring to Mao?
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Him
and in america, we worry about robert lee statues
I refuse to give a fuck until they take down the mao statues in beijing
it’s comical

Me
It’s funny how America regards Mao as the greatest killer in history
Once in China, somebody was like: I don’t even think he ever fired a gun once in his life.
He was mostly an intellectual

Him
did hitler fire lots of guns
he was anti intellectual
he destroyed university education in china

Me
You’re referring to during the cultural revolution
when the gaokao was cancelled
I’m curious about that decision
Who made it
Most likely, these leftists in the ministry of education eventually pressured the decision
Gang of Four types
On Baidu there are rumors that the poems he wrote weren’t actually written by him
And were written for him by Hu Qiaomu instead
Same with many of his writings
Reference Archive: Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong archive
marxists.org
Honestly I would bet that he, like Lenin, was simply prolific, writing wise.
What are the odds that Lenin didn’t actually write the books/essays attributed to him.
Honestly I think it’s most likely both of them were superhumanly smart, at least at verbal and politics.
With encyclopedic knowledge on relevant history and politics.
Lol with my blog, I’m becoming similar.