HK government, residents support NPC’s interpretation of Article 104 of HK Basic Law

Sunday, January 15, 2017

China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) has adopted an interpretation of Article 104 of the Hong Kong Basic Law. It clarifies the legal requirements of those running for election and taking public office in the Special Administrative Region. It also covers legal responsibilities should civil servants disagree with or violate the swearing-in oath. CCTV’s Li Jiejun has more.

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Lessons in Propaganda from Government Education
By Stefan Molyneux

“A general State education is a mere contrivance for molding people to be exactly like one another; and as the mold in which it casts them is that which pleases the dominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, an aristocracy, or a majority of the existing generation; in proportion as it is efficient and successful‎, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by a natural tendency to one over the body.” – John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, 1859

“The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” – Abraham Lincoln
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  1. usaopympia says:

    OH God they wante to be Brexit slaves again.

  2. Ken says:

    Backed by the Brits and CIA. Good for China to kick them out – should strip them off their citizenship like practiced by Saudi Arabia,

  3. Dr Spinz says:

    Long live China

  4. Daniel Peace says:

    fuck off china…..death is comming to you

  5. Carl Lelandt says:

    Actually, in my opinion, the biggest, most sophisticated propaganda, brainwash, and mind-management otherwise, derives from private sector. But they're both on the same page, of course. However, I believe that positive mass mind-management, in some contexts, would be acceptable. -Such as getting everyone completely off tobacco, or getting everyone obsessed with becoming as educated as possible, and so on. Another think about the use and process of positive mind-management, is the idea of it being, what I refer to as, "open and notorious," which means that the public would be aware of it, find it acceptable.

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  7. Rasta Mon says:

    I'm in High school (Gr. 12) and everything he says about people's illiteracy and lack of financial and global knowledge is absolutely true..

  8. Mike Davino says:

    Indoctrination 101 Jesuit get them while they're young. Proper phonics keeps you the "Strawman" slave in the maritime/admiralty courts a guaranteed loser. Where I am "The Witness" of the fraud perpetrated at birth. The prima facie "Birth Certificate" All contracts pertaining to and from this are nullified and void.

  9. LapseOfApathy says:

    My brain just exploded from this video. There is literally brain matter all over the walls Stefan, you have broken me.

  10. spystyle says:

    What I learned in school is ? White guilt LOL

  11. spystyle says:

    Perfection :)

  12. testhesula says:

    Damn but Stephen's "srs reading voice" is so pretentious and annoying. Creeps me out

  13. phantomsuccour says:

    Look at inner cities, state schooling hasn't helped. Probably made things worse. The government monopoly on education must be eliminated. A voucher system would be much better. 

  14. Bob Jones says:

    lol these pictures are awesome

  15. rich0292 says:

    But how will inequality be addressed with only private schools, born poor born permanetly screwed if all that is available are private schools which are unafordable? How was/will this problem be addressed by private schooling?

  16. Psyentists says:

    Stef, I picked up Albert J Nock's Memoirs of a Superfluous Man, and found it pretty interesting what he said about literacy in his time. The book was written or published in 1943, but I'm curious as to whether or not he speaks on illiteracy during the times of 80-90% efficiency. I'm also unsure if he's simply made his own definition for what he considers literacy to be. I don't know if you've read it, but I think I remember you talking about it with Jeffry Tucker.

  17. Therapy Cat Studios says:

    Stefan. Do you ever lose control of your temper? This is a serious question.

  18. 〈User_Name〉 says:

    @BobbyRayCopernicus The question is – what education holds the most universal practicality and interest amongst people? Fundamentals that will actually be used by the vast majority. With both a body and mind needing to be maintained, perhaps half the education should be devoted towards physical health conditioning to reduce the ridiculous set of health issues caused by sheer ignorance in health practices, meditative emotional control/confidence training to strengthen the brain. Practical!

  19. 〈User_Name〉 says:

    Regardless of public education, children WILL learn and ONLY truely learn what is most meaningful and necessary for their survival and best interests. It's human psychology, our brain cares not of what we really do not use – but only what we truly know we need and want as we live. Most children will learn many things and public education's standard teachings that do not harness a fairly universal interest are argued to not leave enough free time for the necessary personal interest education.

  20. g4macdad says:

    Because you are indoctrinated by AM Talk Radio.

    The spin is infinite.

  21. Mr.Maxi.Psycho says:

    Pink Floyd are just awful – the most mind numbing music

  22. Worldslargestipod says:

    Hey Stefan, just wondering, where do the cartoon images of the government education and the meat grinder come from?

  23. Antonio Gonzalez says:

    You really hit the nail on the head here.

  24. FMChristain says:

    okay the cartoon that starts out the video, can anyone tell me what that is?

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