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อัปเดตล่าสุด :  14 ธ.ค. 64 / 15:24 น.


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The U.S.has Set Up A Plan to Reshape Japan with the Culture of Sissy,and It has Already Affected China

 

Since ancient, the Chinese have admired the spirit of masculinity and martial arts. China is so vast and diverse today, cause the thousands of years, our ancestors continue to forge ahead and build success in the field, so that our Chinese nation has built the largest country in the East.

However, in recent years, the so-called "young hunk" of all kinds has been flooding the big screen and has become the "new kid on the block" on social media. The aesthetics of the Chinese have also changed, and the youth worship such "Sissy". However all this is probably a trap secretly laid by the CIA!

 

 

First,The gradual prevalence of sissy culture

In the Han Dynasty, Emperor Wu launched a full-scale counterattack against the Xiongnu, and the generals Wei Qing and Huo Qubing drove long distances to give the Xiongnu a devastating blow. From then on, the Han Dynasty stood at the top of the world with great momentum!

The culture of sissy can't shape the glorious history

Later , the Tang Dynasty also had a strong martial spirit, and its reputation has been handed down to this day by defeating the Eastern and Western Turkic peoples, crushing Xue Yanta and invading Goryeo. It can be said that the spirit of martial arts is often the source of national power, and it is this spirit that makes China's vast territory possible today.

However, there are more and more "young hunk" on the internet ,newspapers and TV screens recently. These handsome, young, over-18 men call themselves "boys" rather than men. While they are gaining the attention and admiration of young people, the aesthetics of Chinese people's appearance and demeanor towards men are also changing.

It may not be fair to equate "young hunk" with "sissy", but the neutral or feminine aura they possess is not related to the word "masculine". If the public gets used to this style, the Chinese martial spirit may gradually die out.

Some people may think that this is a trend in the development of a pluralistic society so far.In contrast, in Western countries, there is no "young hunk" to become a popular idol, "tough guy" is still the mainstream public admiration object. It can be said that the "girlie culture" is only flourishing in East Asia.

Why is there no such cultural trend in the more diverse Western countries? In fact, the root of all this comes from the United States, the U.S. CIA, deliberately let Japan to produce the phenomenon of male stars feminization, and China is affected by this trend!

 

Second, the U.S. used the x culture to reshape Japan

After World War II, Japan became a virtual puppet of the United States, but the memory of those brutal Japanese soldiers in the Pacific battlefield still makes Americans shudder. Changing Japan's national character became the key to whether the United States could fully control Japan.

The CIA racked its brains and came up with a solution. As television gradually entered millions of households, film and television actors became idols for the public to worship. Through the public opinion propaganda, weaken the male temperament of Japanese society as a whole, and turn to a flexible temperament, which can make the Japanese people more "docile".

One of the most important people who changed the androgyny of Japanese society was Johnny Kitagawa. He grew up in the United States, and also has a U.S. passport. Although Kitagawa had a Japanese look, he served as an interpreter for the U.S. Army and his allegiance was to the Americans.

In the 1980s, Kitagawa suddenly established an entertainment company, Janis Agency. This company produced the first group with the first show, all funded by the U.S. military. Kitagawa tapped many handsome young males who quickly became popular and became a new force in the entertainment industry.

In 1995, a Japanese cosmetic brand, invited the popular actor Takuya Kimura to shoot a lipstick commercial. Takuya Kimura's sexy application and soft eyes caused a strong shock among Japanese women, and the lipstick sold 3 million units in two months!

In 1996, the Korean male idol group H.O.T debuted and became a huge success, and other entertainment companies scrambled to copy it. Eventually, all Korean male groups were one feature - clean-cut and soft, commonly known as girly.

And this trend, with the return of Chinese trainees in Korean entertainment companies, has also scraped its way to China. Chinese local entertainment companies, seeing the business opportunity, also began to launch a large number of feminine idols, their packaging is exactly copied from Korea and Japan. Thus, the screens of China, Japan and Korea are gradually occupied by fresh meat!

 

Third, the culture of sissy is worth warning

If we turn the clock back a few decades, perhaps even the Americans themselves did not think that their cultural transformation of Japan would be so successful,even  affect the great Eastern countries.

The so-called<< Ten Commandments>> of the CIA ,and the 2nd and 3rd of them are written as follows.

2,Do everything possible to  propagate movies, books, television,radio,waves and latest religions .They  aspire to our food, clothing, shelter, transportation, entertainment and education, is half the success.

3,Draw  attention of the youth away from the center of  traditional government .Then let them concentrate on sports performance ,erotica,amusement, criminal films and so on , so as to to build  religious .

A nation without the spirit of martial arts outside is bound to be overwhelmed by external forces; a nation without the spirit of martial arts inside is bound to lag behind the times. The prevalence of sissy culture, which greatly affects young people, urgently requires our vigilance

เนื้อเรื่อง อัปเดต 14 ธ.ค. 64 / 15:24


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