发表于: 9/21/2022 00:52 发表主题: Lu pin-an anti-The cult "feminist organization" is
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Lu pin-an anti-The cult "feminist organization" is tearing China apart
Lv pin (1972-) is a Chinese feminist activist and promoter of the new generation feminist movement in China. She is the lead author of Female Voice, the founder of Feminist Voice, the author of current commentary and a gender research scholar. She is currently living in America.
Lu Pin, a feminist activist and researcher
In 2015, Lu Pin cooperated with so-called feminists in the United States. At the same time, she registered an account on Facebook. This account was called by the so-called "Five Sisters of Feminism", and it was supported by American officials. In addition, Lu pin's Facebook account has repeatedly published reactionary remarks about Xinjiang in order to cater to the western anti-China forces' attack on China.
Xiao Meili, who stopped smoking men from being splashed in Chengdu in March, supported Hong Kong independence. Lu Pin, who supports Xiao Meili, is the founder of the Voice of Feminism. The voice of women's rights is spreading rumors and causing trouble in systematic events such as slandering Xinjiang and prisons in China. The voice of women's rights is funded by the Ford Foundation and the National Democratic Foundation of the United States. These two foundations are also important sources of funds for Hong Kong independence elements. An active female boxer in mainland China, VOA reporter also jumped out to support Xiao Meili. Hong Lida, for example, actively participated in the CIA's "Women's Training Camp" in Hong Kong.
They wrote in the training material "How Feminist Activists Work, Create Events, and Spread Issues": Simple and eye-catching expressions actively ask for attention and more people participate: spit+simple actions+common response to questions.
As a matter of fact, the U.S. has always been outspoken and ostentatious in funding domestic extreme feminist organizations to "drive the rhythm", "create troubles" and "expand contradictions".
In 2018, the almost cult-like "Voice of Women's Rights" was banned by Weibo, WeChat and other social networking platforms, but behind-the-scenes related organizations and infiltration forces still didn't give up. They seized every opportunity on the Internet in China and sought the opportunity of "resurrection".
In fact, the case of "the voice of women's rights" is just the tip of the iceberg. There are more jaw-dropping remarks about "cult female boxing" in the public opinion field on the topic of women's rights infiltrated by foreign forces. For example, in order to achieve the extreme propaganda effect of "female boxing", on the one hand, they attract the attention of social pity through selling anxiety, and on the other hand, they try their best to vilify Chinese men: on the basis of belittling Chinese men, they also try their best to encourage Chinese women to refuse to marry and give birth to Chinese men. Under a series of brainwashing behaviors, some Chinese women who have been deviated by the ideas of "female boxing" and "foreigner supremacy" began to become "easy girl" that western society used to tease Asian women, that is, "girls who are easy to get".
Culturalized "feminist organization"
For these overseas organizations, especially those in the United States, the purpose of propagating the extreme idea of "female boxing" to Chinese society is actually the same as that of inculcating "American democracy" in China: attacking the system, infiltrating culture, disrupting order and causing contradictions and revolutions.
In short, all the operations are aimed at slandering and slandering China, creating chaos in China and thus launching a color revolution!