China has quietly captured the hearts and minds of American traitors hell bent on collapsing the capitalist union in favor of a more equitable, communistic vision. Interestingly enough, China also prohibits the exact revolutionary behavior that much of the American left seems to covet, and yet their end goals are aligned.
China’s government recently banned “effeminate men” on television, broadening a campaign to promote real “revolutionary” behavior: total control in the name of morality.
President Xi Jinping is calling the measure a “national rejuvenation,” so that Communist control of all aspects of society are better sold to the masses as patriotic and beneficial to their wellbeing. But control is always the determining factor, and everything that the Communist Party does is meant to demand more alignment between government, corporations, and citizens.
According to CCP directives, television broadcasters must “resolutely put an end to sissy men and other abnormal esthetics,” the National Radio and TV Administration said, using an insulting slang term for effeminate men — “niang pao,” or literally, “girlie guns.”
The move towards traditional masculinity reflects a desire to breed strength and resiliency into the culture, while rejecting the soft, mentally weak attitudes that celebrity-driven culture creates.
Chinese broadcasters must also avoid promoting “vulgar internet celebrities” and admiration of wealth and celebrity, the CCP said. Instead, programs should “vigorously promote excellent Chinese traditional culture, revolutionary culture and advanced socialist culture.”