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    "Russia is not America’s main enemy. Obviously, no sane person thinks it is. Our main enemy, of course, is China. And the United States ought to be in a relationship with Russia, aligned against China."


    Anti-Dengism, known as pan-Chinese Dissents is a Non-Quadrant anti-ideology and movements which despises Dengism, especially Xi Jinping Thought.

    History

    1989 Tiananmen Square Protests and Massacre

    As stated before, Deng Xiaoping's government reforms diminished authoritarianism compared to Mao Zedong, yet China remained a dictatorship, taking some authoritarian measures, such as the one-child law and repression of opponents, in which many of the opponents gathered in demonstrations in 1989, being repressed with an iron fist, this event known as the Tiananmen Square massacre.

    This protest and later massacre, was a series of protests organized by opponents of the Chinese government in 1989, beginning after the death of Hu Yaobang, in which students paid tribute and discussed social problems in Tiananmen Square and demanded the Seven Demands, namely:

    1. Affirm Hu Yaobang's views on democracy and freedom as correct.
    2. Admit that campaigns against spiritual pollution and bourgeois liberalization were wrong.
    3. Publish information on the income of state leaders and their families.
    4. Allow private newspapers and end press censorship.
    5. Increase funding for education and increase the remuneration of intellectuals.
    6. End restrictions on demonstrations in Beijing.
    7. Provide objective coverage of students in official media.

    The Chinese police tried to persuade the protesters to withdraw, but they ended up staying, making the police use brutality, in which the images circulated. Later the protesters began to go on hunger strike to gain government attention and that it would respond after plans to welcome Mikhail Gorbachev. The strike sparked sympathy and increased protests, reaching up to 1 million Beijing residents to demonstrate. Many of the protesters were students, workers, etc., even though there were some Maoists, the majority were motivated by freedom of expression, anti-corruption, democratic reforms, economic changes (varying according to the protesters) and opposition to nepotism. In the same year, Zhao Ziyang was removed from power due to disagreements with Deng and sympathy with the protesters. Later, Li Peng hastily passed the martial law, which mobilized military personnel, which, on the 1-3, Li Peng gave permission to "use any means", being understood by some military as a justification for lethality. Then there was repression, shooting and execution of several protesters, so much so that one of the most emblematic photos was the "Tank Man", in which it was a row of tanks being stopped with a man holding a bag. There were also protests outside Beijing, which were also violently repressed. After the violence, it ended up having an influence on politics in China, so much so that it is one of the most censored topics in China, in addition to being extremely cited by many opponents outside China.

    Liu Xiaobo

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    Ai Weiwei

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    Chen Guangcheng

    Chen is a Chinese civil rights activist who has worked on human rights issues in rural areas of the People's Republic of China. Blind from an early age and self-taught in the law, Chen is frequently described as a "barefoot lawyer" who advocates for women's rights, land rights, and the welfare of the poor. In 2005, Chen gained international recognition for organising a landmark class-action lawsuit against authorities in Linyi, Shandong province, for the excessive enforcement of the one-child policy. As a result of this lawsuit, Chen was placed under house arrest from September 2005 to March 2006, with a formal arrest in June 2006. On August 24, 2006, Chen was sentenced to four years and three months for "damaging property and organising a mob to disturb traffic." He was released from prison in 2010 after serving his full sentence, but remained under house arrest or "soft detention" at his home in Dongshigu Village. Chen and his wife were reportedly beaten shortly after a human rights group released a video of their home under intense police surveillance in February 2011. In April 2012, Chen escaped his house arrest and fled to the Embassy of the United States, Beijing. After negotiations with the Chinese government, he left the embassy for medical treatment in early May 2012, and it was reported that China would consider allowing him to travel to the United States to study. On 19 May 2012, Chen, his wife, and his two children were granted U.S. visas and departed Beijing for New York City. In October 2013, Chen accepted a position with the conservative research group Witherspoon Institute, and a position at the Catholic University of America.

    Peng Zaizhou

    Peng believes that Xi Jinping is shameless and immoral, as his election process is not democratic or fair; he also believes that Xi is ignorant and incompetent, as evidenced by the fact that Xi salutes with his left hand and often mispronounces words. In addition, he claimed that during Xi's rule, a large number of internet accounts were convicted for their words and dissidents were brutally attacked, and demanded absolute loyalty from the military and leaders at all levels in the hope of realising his dream of becoming emperor. Thus, on 13 October 2022, in broad daylight, Peng took to the Sithong Bridge in Beijing, hanging banners, burning objects and playing recordings to express his discontent with the Xi government. Here are the claims on the banner:

    1.Don't use taxpayers' money for nucleic acid testing, use it for people's livelihoods

    2.Don't continue closed-off management, liberalise to guarantee civil liberties

    3.No deceiving political propanganda, but effective civic dignity

    4.Don't resemble the repression and dictatorship during the Cultural Revolution, but a gradual political reform

    5.No dictatorial leaders, but democratic voting

    6.Not to be a slave under a dictator, but to be a citizen with rights and individual will

    7.Restore the right to strike and remove the dictatorial state traitor Xi Jinping

    Peng says his pen name comes from "bears the boat" in "The water that bears the boat is the same that swallows it up", which in Chinese pronounces "Zaizhou". This name means that the people are the foundation of political parties, and they can support a party that has the popular support to make it last for a thousand years, or they can start an uprising to bring down a dictatorial party when the country is in danger and the people are in despair.

    Peng was the first pro-democracy activist in China to publicly state his anti-communist stance and to launch an offline protest based on this stance. His demands were directed at institutional reform and constitutional democracy, and he openly opposed the perverse policies of the Xi government, demonstrating great courage and determination to succeed. During the protest, Peng was arrested on the spot and his life or death is not yet known. His deeds led to a wave of opposition to closed-off management within China and contributed to the Chinese balnk paper revolution.

    Opposition to Zero-COVID

    • Wuhan Diary - Wuhan Diary is an online diary written by Chinese writer Fang Fang about the life of the people of Wuhan, China during the Wuhan lockdown during efforts to quarantine the center of an outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and stop it spreading. An English translation of the diary, titled Wuhan Diary: Dispatches from a Quarantined City, was published in book format by Harper Collins in June 2020. Supporters argue that the diary provides a diverse range of voices in the context of epidemic prevention and control, while opponents argue that the diary is full of hearsay and falsehoods that subvert the stability of state power.
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    • Voice of April - Voice of april is a video created by Shanghai resident Cary during the closed-off era, which brings together the voices of the Shanghai public from late March to April 2022 about the new epidemic as well as the government's broken promises during this period. The video shows the many problems Shanghai faced during this period, such as shortages of supplies, the trafficking of donated food, the forced separation of children from their parents, and the poor conditions at the Fangzhan Hospital. Subsequently, the video was censored by the Shanghai government and keywords related to "April Voices" were not displayed in search results, and even "April" became a sensitive word. This sparked outrage among Chinese netizens over the close-off policy and criticism of freedom of expression in China.
    • Zhengzhou Foxconn clashes - Beginning in late October 2022, Foxconn Zhengzhou responded to the dynamic clearing policy by ordering employees that the latter were prohibited from leaving the plant at will. Subsequently, there was a spate of factory employees going home over the separation wall, and in early November, videos of Foxconn employees leaving Zhengzhou on foot to avoid the epidemic policy continued to circulate on the internet; in response, the government subsequently required employees affiliated with each company to sign replacement labour contracts in mid-November, promising certain bonuses for the additional period they worked at the factory. Official media said that over 100,000 people had signed this contract in Zhengzhou as of 18 November.Between 22 and 23 November 2022, some Foxconn employees clashed with security personnel over discontent with excessively low pay and overly harsh policies to prevent and control the outbreak. Employees at the factory uploaded numerous videos on major social media outlets in mainland China to voice their grievances and claim that Foxconn did not provide the bonuses and salaries they were entitled to under their contracts. According to one employee, Foxconn told new employees that they would receive these bonuses between March and May 2023, which is apparently much later than the Chinese New Year. The protesters at the Foxconn plant also accused Foxconn of failing to manage negative and positive nucleic acid test employees separately at all during the plant closure. On the evening of 23 November, Foxconn gave out RMB10,000 in compensation to its employees who were willing to resign and leave the factory, and offered these employees free transportation back to their hometowns.
    • File:SamKibGuy icon .png Chongqing superman-brother - In Chongqing, a man was filmed giving a speech in his residential compound on 24 November, loudly proclaiming in Chinese, "Give me liberty, or give me death!" to the cheers and applause of the crowd. When law enforcement attempted to arrest him, the crowd fought off the police and pulled him away, although he was ultimately still detained. The man was dubbed the "Chongqing superman-brother" online. Quotes by him from the video were widely circulated despite censorship, such as, "there is only one disease in the world and that is being both poor and not having freedom [...] we have now got both", referring to both the lockdown and high food prices.
    • File:SamKibGuy icon .png Chinese Blank Paper Revolution - The sequestration measures implemented by Xi Jinping's government during the epidemic are considered call black white, violating civil liberties and basic human rights as well as against the trend of the times and damaging to the economy. In the wake of Xi Jinping's bus, the Urumqi fire and numerous other human disasters (claimed) caused by over-prevention, citizens opposed to the precautionary measures have held gatherings and protests across the country. The revolution originally started in a telegram group chat about a protest in Urumqi Middle Road, Shanghai in late November, 2022, later, it expanded to other areas across China. Revolutionaries often hold white paper in their hands to express their opposition and ridicule to the censorship in China that prevents them from enjoying freedom of speech. During the event, the protesters made the following four major demands (or top five): 1.Stop sealing control and refuse to force universal nucleic acid 2. Resume normal production 3.Release the arrested protesters and allow people to mourn the victims freely 4. Compensate the victims of the fire (5. Release Fengxian women in chains, liberalize freedom of press, freedom of speech, freedom to strike, freedom of association) The revolution was somewhat effective, as the government lifted restrictions and abolished mandatory nucleic acid in early December 2022 (but some shopping malls and indoor places are still under the "no 72-hour nucleic acid results" system), but the demands of articles 2, 3, 4 and 5 have not yet been met. Some democrats have commented that the liberalization of restrictions is a last resort to maintain stability, and not the government's intention. Some overseas media have described it as the most successful mass protest in China since the 1989 academic movement. According to media sources, some student and worker protesters were arrested during the peaceful demonstration and have not been released yet. (As of January 4, 2023)

    Variants

    Tridemism

    Liberal Tridemists thought believe that Dengist China is Qing Dynasty 2.0 without any democracy and is an oligarchical despotic hellhole. They oppose Deng to support a China without chains, so are Left-Liberal Tridemists.

    On the other hand, Far-Right Tridemism are also opposed to Dengism, but the reason is they do not go far enough on Han nationalism and reactionism.

    Talyubonkism(Taiwanese Radical Pan-Greenism)

    W.i.p.

    Left Anti-Dengism

    Left Anti-Dengism is an economically left to far left, civically, culturally, and diplomatically variable ideology. The left anti-dengist movement includes: statesocs, MLs, marxists, demsocs, marketsocs, guildsocs, libertarian socialists, and other leftist ideologies. They all come to the common agreement that the modern/dengist China is a capitalist and not true socialist state.

    Anti-Post Qingism

    To these people, the Qing Dynasty reborned as CCP rule China, the CCP oppressed Han culture so severe that every Chinese follow the "Unite of Chinese Nation". But to them, the unite is built on ignoring Han nation's profit even some of basic rights. For example, the CCP overpraised the soap operas of Qing Dynasty, praised Gengis Khan and Nurhaci as a national hero (They killed a lot of Han Chinese), seem Mongol conquest, Manchu conquest and Five barbarian's invasion as a Nation Merge, recognized its territory efforts and claimed, "if there's no Qing Dynasty, no today's Chinese territory" (although the real sovereignty of PR China is gained from PLA), and it's extreme censorship......etc. Therefore, they want to against CCP.

    Relationships

    Anti-Dengoid Freedom Fighters

    • Separatism - Hong Kong, Tibet, East Turkestan, Inner Mongolia (and maybe Manchuria), will be freed from evil assimilation and cultural genocide!
    • Democracy - One day the tyrannous communist regime will be taken down and China will be a free democracy!
    • Tridemism - Based for supporting the destruction of the CCP kleptocratic tyrannical fascist regime, but you sympathize with this cuck too much. Modern day KMT are closet Dengist bootlickers. The DPP is better than him.
    • Liberal Tridemism & Left-Liberal Tridemism - Brave Friends.
    • Far-right Tridemism - Neo-Chiangism but anti-Deng? Mega based. Let’s do a white terror 2.0 against the Dengiods.
    • Taiwanese Pan-Green - Don’t care much about your support of Taiwanese separatism. As long as you keep fighting against Xi’s fascist totalitarian dictatorship, it’s good.
    • Huism - There is a dream that will never die, always remember that.
    • Showa Statism - Japan must re-militarize and re-assert control over the Asia-Pacific before China does.
    • Maoism (on the left) - Since the 1980s economic reforms have turned China into a corrupt state-capitalist country with the second highest equality income. I hope you can otherthrow Xi and restore Marxist-Leninist rule in China.
    • Marxism–Leninism–Maoism, Mao-Third Worldism & Mao-Spontex - Same as above, also Shining Path And Philippines Communist Party Are Based.
    • Brezhnev Doctrine - The US should've allied with the USSR against China not the other way around.
    • Anti-Totalitarianism - Down with the CCP, down with totalitarianism! Remove Fasxist Xi Jinping’s ideology from China!
    • Modism - Good job censoring Chinese media.
    • Miškaism - YES! Deng is a fake communist!
    •  Nesanel Thought - Don’t let tyrannical Dengoids tread on us! Good pal for a Libertarian who wants to restore the ROC.
    • Neo-Phibunsongkhram Thought - Two of the above combined? Even more based! Some of us think you are a Dengoid without CCP simpery tho.
    • Celfloskyism - Revolution? Yes.
    • Owfism - You support Taiwanese, Hong Kong and Tibetan Independence from CCP rule? Based.
    • Omegaism - Supporting the West over China? Wanting to avoid Chinese Hegemony over the world? BASED!

    Those on the Fence

    • Maoism (on the right) - VERY CRINGE! You're literally the reason the modern PRC even exists! The communist regime under your rule has committed mass murders, cultural destruction, a cult of personality that brainwashes younger patriots, stealing land from the Tibetans, and oppression of many people including boomers, ethnic minorities, farmers, and landlords! The effects of your tyranny hurt the Chinese people to this day! But most of you hate Deng and modern China for "revisionism", whatever that means.
    • Neoconservatism - Your modern-day followers will help me stop CCP from achieving world domination but I won’t forgive Nixon, Kissinger, and Bush for aiding China’s rise, to begin with. GWB should've gone for China, not Iraq.
    • Clintonism - Bombing the Chinese embassy in Belgrade 1999 was based but you shouldn't have let China join WTO.
    • Obamaism - Your "Pivot to Asia" and trying encircle China through the TPP wasn't enough. Hu and Xi deserve the same fate as Gaddafi.
    • Jihadism - The East Turkestan Islamic Party are based freedom fighters fighting for the freedom of their people but the Taliban composed with the PRC against the former.
    • Scarletists - sure they oppose Dengism and modern day China, but they often see the PRC as a lesser evil compared to the west, and they still oppose a lot of anti-PRC movements.
    • Chiang Ching-kuo Thought - Your Three Noes are based but you was soft on Dengoids and wanted eventual reunification with Mainland China, no matter under which authority, which is cringe because rather an independent Taiwan than a unified China under Dengoid tyrants.
    • Anti-Communism - The PRC is the last stronghold of communism and it must be destroyed! But some of us are anti-revisionist Maoists who think that modern China has deviated from true communism.
    • Sinophobia - I am only anti-Dengoids, not the Chinese as a whole. But being racist against 50 cents is based af.
    • Pantheonism - Usually based but you also support Chinese Reunification, you think the CCP are competent rulers and you want to avoid violent action against them.
    • Chinese Blueshirtism - You hate commies, which is good, but I suspect you were the original Chinazi.
    • Chinese New Left - You confuse me. Are you with me or against me? Stop defending the Great Firewall and persecution of Falun Gong!
    • Putinism - Xitler's partner in crime but many western conservatives such as Marine Le Pen, Tucker Carlson and Steve Bannon want to do a "Reverse Kissinger" and turn Russia against China. [1] [2]
    • Ho Chi Minh Thought - Similar to above. Le Duan was based but after you initiated the Doi Moi reforms Vietnam became economically dependent on China.
    • Zionism - Truly a shame for the only democracy in the Middle East to maintain diplomatic ties with the CCP's dictatorship.
    • Corporatocracy - Depends on if you're for or against China. Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Tim Cook, and John T. Chambers, among other sellouts should be arrested for treason for aiding the CCP dictatorship.
    • Bolsonarism - You claim to hate China but your neoliberal economics made Brazil more dependent on China than ever.

    Dengoid Chinazi bootlickers

    • Zhou Enlai Thought - You protected Deng and his allies from Mao's prosecutions.
    • Dengism - 动态网自由门 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Free Tibet 六四天安門事件 The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 天安門大屠殺 The Tiananmen Square Massacre 反右派鬥爭 The Anti-Rightist Struggle 大躍進政策 The Great Leap Forward 文化大革命 The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution 人權 Human Rights 民運 Democratization 自由 Freedom 獨立 Independence 多黨制 Multi-party system 台灣 臺灣 Taiwan Formosa 中華民國 Republic of China 西藏 土伯特 唐古特 Tibet 達賴喇嘛 Dalai Lama 法輪功 Falun Dafa 新疆維吾爾自治區 The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region 諾貝爾和平獎 Nobel Peace Prize 劉暁波 Liu Xiaobo 民主 言論 思想 反共 反革命 抗議 運動 騷亂 暴亂 騷擾 擾亂 抗暴 平反 維權 示威游行 李洪志 法輪大法 大法弟子 強制斷種 強制堕胎 民族淨化 人體實驗 肅清 胡耀邦 趙紫陽 魏京生 王丹 還政於民 和平演變 激流中國 北京之春 大紀元時報 九評論共産黨 獨裁 專制 壓制 統一 監視 鎮壓 迫害 侵略 掠奪 破壞 拷問 屠殺 活摘器官 誘拐 買賣人口 遊進 走私 毒品 賣淫 春畫 賭博 六合彩 天安門 天安门 法輪功 李洪志 Winnie the Pooh 劉曉波动态网自由门
    • Nixonism and Kissingerism - Traitors to western civilization who paved the way for China's rise. The bombs you dropped on Vietnam and Cambodia should've been dropped on China instead.
    • Thatcherism - You gave up Hong Kong to the Dengoids.
    • Three Represents - Totally not Dengism unmasked. Kleptocratic and corrupt as hell and formed political families that stole people’s money and do organ harvesting. Still better than Xi
    • Scientific Outlook on Development - Dengism with a human face more like Chinese Blueshirtism with a human face. Won't forgive you for the arrest of Liu Xiaobo, Ai Weiwei, Tan Zuoren among other democracy activists and your awful handling of the 2009 Sichuan Earthquake and SARS outbreak
    • Bo Xilai Thought - More benevolent than most Chinese leaders but you should've been charged with organ-harvesting Falun Gong followers rather than corruption.
    • Xi Jinping Thought - Dai Li reborn, stop your goddamn Uyghur Genocide and hands off Taiwan and South China Sea!
    • Pinkieism - Poor brainwashed 50 cents retards.
    • Zero-COVID policy - AAAAA!
    • Revisionary Tridemism - More like traitor Tridemism. You sold the staunch anti-CCP party that Chiang and his son built just for Dengoid money. The DPP is 10 times better than you!
    • Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang Thought - Another puppet Xioid cuck.
    • Xitlerism - Wow an actual chinazi. Winnie the Pooh Xi unmasked.
    1. Many China Watchers, journalists, foreign expats, defected CCP officials, and liberal dissidents who regard Xi as the ”New Mao” are nostalgic for Jiang Zemin who they view as ”Enlightened” and a ”Pro-Western Reformist” and want him back.
    2. Rupert Murdoch once did for propaganda for the CPC under Jiang Zemin but turned eventually against Chinese government due to increasing restrictions and censorship on foreign press.
    3. [3]
    4. Although opposing Dengism, it’s opinion on Novoscarletism and his ideological lookalikes is mixed
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