China: US Urged to Stop Slandering TikTok! (17.3.2023)

The greatest threat to Internet security for people living in the West is the danger posed by US hegemony – which seeks to strengthen its already substantial control of the Western Internet and how we – as free-thinking individuals – access, store, share and transmit data through it. By making a straw dog enemy of China, the US is slowly but surely eroding our individual and collective freedoms to an ever greater degree whilst it tightens its restrictive grip upon the minds and bodies of our youths! It is frightening to think that whilst the US is fabricating fake security concerns regarding off course spherical, canvas devices – its aggressive social media platforms already have access to our personal and corporate living spaces and are busy pumping their unceasing US anti-intellectualism into the minds and bodies of our young people, the vulnerable and the easily led! Perhaps we in the West need a genuine ‘choice’ instead of greater US ‘hegemony’ disguised as choice. Indeed, perhaps we in the West would benefit by China providing this ‘choice’ through its technological genius and willingness to share. Most people living outside of the US are unaware that they live only a short distance from a fully armed and functioning US military base that has absolutely NO reason to be outside of America in the first place! Where is it there? What is America doing to your freedom and why are our Bourgeois governments allowing this to happen without our consent!

Down House: A Curious Stone Wall… (9.7.2022)

The middle-classes possessed an idyllic physical space within which their bodies existed – a situation (and set of material conditions) that often generated a corresponding sense of a ‘spacious’ interior (or expansive mind-set) that could, providing the right education and motivation was present, lead to ground-breaking theorising and progressive scientific endeavour!

How China’s WeChat is Safer than US Social Media!

The communication app designed in Mainland China has two versions. Within the Chinese domestic market, the simplified app is known as ‘Weixin’ (微信), or ‘micro-message’, whereas the more technologically complex international version (which has spread throughout the world) is known as ‘WeChat’. This system of ‘communication through small text’ is designed primarily for use on mobile telephones, with a limited capability on desk-top computers (although this may only apply to the international version which allows ‘chatting’ on-screen, but not ‘moment’ updating). Wherever China has exported WeChat, her designers and lawyers have been very careful to maintain privacy and safety of the users, whilst the app fully conforms to regional laws. This means that the Chinese business that administer WeChat are very careful to safeguard the legal sovereignty of each country outside of China they operate within. This means that every user benefits from the legal safeguards of the PRC by default, unless the local or regional laws contradict or improve on these laws. At no time does PRC law supersede (by default) the local law of the sovereign country the WeChat app is operating within. Of course, China’s influence in this area goes no further than the function of the communication app she administers. China, unlike the US, does not link the spread of its social media platforms with the granting or withholding of business contracts or the issue of threats of war (or application of sanctions) through UN or market manipulation. Whereas Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, etc, actively pursue racist anti-China and anti-Socialist policies, WeChat does not pursue an openly anti-US stance contrived and controlled by the Chinese government. In this regard, whereas US social media is a continuation of US foreign policy by other means, WeChat is a truly ‘neutral’ and ‘impartial’ social media platform.