What Can Americans Learn from Chinese Government Propaganda?


Read this article first, then move to this paper:

How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, not Engaged Argument

Now recall this prick and his book/policy suggestions:


The best form of persuasion is when the target does not even realize he is being persuaded.

14 responses to “What Can Americans Learn from Chinese Government Propaganda?

  1. Steel T Post

    Thaler and Sunstein call their philosophy “libertarian paternalism.”

    Mao Knows Best.

  2. Perhaps an assholes fate? Makes me all giddy thinking about it.

  3. Note that ol’ Cass is the “husband” of Smantha Power, U.N. “Ambassador”.

  4. (((Alinsky))) = “shove”. (((Thaler))), (((Sunstein))), (((Levitt))) = “nudge”. Holocaust II: when ((())) gets nudged back.

  5. Powerful stuff to followup on. Here is wikipedia on Cass(I did not know the “husband” part–thanks for filling in a strand of the big spiderweb).

  6. China and murka are very similar.

    Both gubbermints piss down your back and tell you it’s raining.

    Except the murkins actually believe it.

  7. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  8. “The Chinese government has long been suspected of hiring as many as 2,000,000 people to surreptitiously insert huge numbers of pseudonymous and other deceptive writings into the stream of real social media posts, as if they were the genuine opinions of ordinary people.”

    All you need to know, in the very first line, and all you need to know about, er, half the usual suspects who trot their one note tripe here.

    Anyone.. and I mean ANYONE! who has but a single minded, incessant, redundant and ubiquitous POV, hammered down in every single comments thread……. is automatically suspect of this exact directive.

    Whoever responds with invective… IS the directive.

    How’s that for loopin’ yer fuckin’ OODA, ya bastidches?