Weimerica Weekly – Episode 70 – Baizuo, The Chinese Critique Of The Left

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 70. The podcast airs every Tuesday.

This week’s podcast is on the American Left from a Chinese angle.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

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6 Comments

  1. Funny enough, talked to a FOB at work (like fresh, fresh), they REALLY LOVE Donald Trump precisely because of his ‘tough, anti-China’ talk. For them, it’s easier to make deals with someone who is clear about specific interests versus “universal values.”

    I don’t know. A universal value I do believe in is power respects power.

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  2. For China, why does it feel easier to deal with Trump than with a liberal president? Well, ask any guy who has or had a girlfriend. Especially during those certain days in a month. “love”, she demands. And you never give her enough.

    Trump, on the other hand, is a businessman. You haggle if you feel like to. Or just pay him the money and he’ll leave. Then you can go back to play your computer games.

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  3. Observe President Xi’s Free Trade Agreement with the Republic of Korea:
    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/01/c_134287583.htm

    See ROK’s ranking exports destination:
    http://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/kor/

    I think China have made it clear which Korea they respect, and which is the tumor on their hip. Perhaps the only question unanswered is what to do with the millions of famished, homeless, and unskilled peasants should DPRK fall. Manchuria is China’s industrial heart; if these refugees flood Manchuria, would the tumor metastasize? Should the peasants flood south, or even stay, the ROK is looking at their own multi-generational crisis.

    The most obvious solution, from my inexperienced vantage, is a high civilian body-count war, maybe a bloody coup; but how to contain and isolate it? I’m sure careful solutions are being investigated, maybe efforts for regional cooperation and integration is such a plan taking shape.

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    1. They could stage a military coup, kill all the old guards and whats left of the Kim Family, and then isolate the place while using it as a low income light industry hub. China nor South Korea have any interests in famished people who never have seen a computer in their life and especialy the south koreans have no interets in reuniting with the north and bringing potential subversives into their political system the way it happend in germany, but the location is too good to waste that cheap labor potential.

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  4. Say, can you post links for the Amerikwa? and Corporeality?
    Thanks

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    1. you can find my videos at https://www.youtube.com/honeypotstudiosinc under the TV KWA playlist

      LD50’s website is https://www.ld50gallery.com/ and should have documentation up in a week or two

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