Campos-Duffy admits she’s ‘little bit in awe’ of China’s video game crack down, ‘sissy men’ on TV

Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy interviewed contributor Mike Huckabee on Wednesday and discussed China’s approach to limiting video gaming time for children and banning “sissy men” from TV.

The communist Chinese government has announced that they will allow children one hour of gaming time on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and on holidays. They are also banning those who aren’t really famous and male K-pop performers who wear makeup and are “sissy men” from state-controlled television.

“Of course I disagree with the authoritarian nature of the Chinese government, but I am a little bit in awe of how seriously they’re taking the future, that they understand that their children are the future,” Campos-Duffy told Huckabee.

“They’re looking at what we’re doing here in the United States, they’re looking at our rotting culture, and they’re saying we don’t want that for our future,” she noted.

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Huckabee responded by stating, “It’s one of those moments where a lot of American parents are saying, ‘Gee, the Chinese may have something right for once.’ They’re actually limiting the exposure their kids are going to have to all the violent video games.”

“It may be that the Chinese are on to something” because “they realize that media can so influence young people and dominate their thinking and shape their values,” he remarked.

“Can you imagine if some American producer of anything started saying ‘we don’t want any sissy boys,’ which is exactly the phrase the Chinese have used? I just can’t imagine the backlash,” Huckabee added.

“It’s gotten so much attention, governor, but there’s something to it,” Campos-Duffy posited.

“The reason they’re saying we don’t want this — effete boy bands — is because they realize that strong men equal strong armies and they’re focused, again, on the future and that’s what it’s about. And I think we are so focused on, you know, toxic masculinity and tamping down our boys,” she asserted.

Broadcasters were commanded to “resolutely put an end to sissy men and other abnormal esthetics,” the National Radio and TV Administration stated calling effeminate men “niang pao,” or literally, “girlie guns,” the Associated Press reported.

They are also admonished to avoid promoting “vulgar internet celebrities” and the admiration of wealth and celebrity. Instead, programming should “vigorously promote excellent Chinese traditional culture, revolutionary culture and advanced socialist culture.”

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Microblog platform Weibo Corp. suspended thousands of accounts on Saturday for fan clubs and entertainment news.

Zhao Wei, who is a wildly popular and famous actress in China, has mysteriously disappeared from the Internet with no explanation. Her name has also been scrubbed from credits of movies and TV shows. There is no word if she has personally disappeared from Chinese society but it is a definite possibility under Xi’s regime.

At least nine celebrities who have American citizenship or connections to the United States entertainment industry have reportedly been placed on a black list by the Chinese, including actor Jet Li.

China is clamping down on its citizens and enforcing its form of morality according to the AP and that includes getting rid of anyone who does not adhere to strong male and female roles. They want strong men who will be obedient soldiers in world conflicts to come and they are aggressively preparing for it.

Communist China is cloaking brutal authoritarianism as morality to justify control and cleansing of unapproved behavior.

President Xi Jinping is calling for a “national rejuvenation,” with tighter Communist Party control of businesses, education, culture, and religion. Companies and the public are being pressured to submit to the communist’s vision for a more powerful China and healthier society.

As America is mired in a rotting “woke” culture that projects effeminism and weakness, China is focused on presenting a strong appearance to the world and its enemies.

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