Zuck, Ming The Merciless & The Digital Economy
By Yoichi Shimatsu
Existentialism has something to do with hopeless battles to revive dying brain matter, the early dementia of the sane, so I guess I am still an existentialist, though with little if any hope to proffer to the living dead who surround me like a forest after a wildfire.
The tightening noose on independent online media here (doing serious pain and much harm to my young friends here) seems to have worked on Mark Zuckerberg, who is tightening "standards" to strengthen 'official' mainstream media in the USA.
Zuck has repeatedly come to BJ where's he met the bosses of the net (and the party and state) and seems to be applying their fantastical dream of total censorship and social mind control now on Americans and the rest of the world.
This "globalization" of Chinese censorship over America, Europe, Russia and elsewhere is part of the "ideology" (if ideas can be generated by fake intelligence aided by artificial computing) is behind Zuck's fervent drive to censor Facebook, etc. (Be assured that Podesta's pod people are entrenched in BJ and tuned to the drone agenda)
This Jewish social media numbskull, Zuck, apparently is the Manchurian Candidate of the 'Hidden Ruler' (the Ming the Merciless of Cyberspace) named Wang Huning, who was appointed to the Politburo for this vacuous lack of any substantial thought. Global Numbing of the Nervous System seems to be the objective, transforming disputatious democratic dummies into contented cattle munching on animations and bots posing as pretty girls. (This is not a joke or exaggeration, just ride any Metro there to see banks of these brain-dead specimins).
Since the Wang-er's are blocked here, one has to go to a centrist-right blog in US for a glimpse at the new Imperial Zombie Zone. This is certainly not a struggle of ideologies or social systems, but to paraphrase Sartre's title: a losing struggle of being versus nothingness. (Though not as JP defined the latter, but just nothing upstairs).
Wang Huning's Speech at the 4th World Internet Conference in Wuzhen
https://www.newamerica.org/ cybersecurity-initiative/ digichina/blog/wang-hunings- speech-4th-world-internet- conference-wuzhen/