China's Military Says Pacific Rim Is American Propaganda

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    ...an article appeared in the Chinese military's newspaper PLA Daily bashing Guillermo Del Toro's epic monster versus robot movie. In the article, which actually should be called an opinion or editorial, the writer makes claims that the movie is nothing more than a vehicle for America's propaganda machine.

    The PLA Daily itself is the official newspaper/media outlet of the People's Liberation Army, serving the same function as say the People's Daily, which is the mouthpiece of the Chinese government.

    The article, written by Zhang Xieli, was picked up and republished by pretty much every Chinese State media outlet including Xinhua, People's Daily, and the Global Times. In Zhang's article, Zhang claims that the movie and pretty much every movie out of Hollywood is a Western plot against China.

    http://kotaku.com/chinas-military-says-pacific-rim-is-american-propagand-1196612758

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    As usual, Americans keep targeting innocent Chinese mind with their venomous propaganda. This has to end.
     
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    "The decisive battle against the monsters was deliberately set in South China Sea adjacent to Hong Kong," Zhang said. "The intention was to demonstrate the U.S. commitment to maintaining stability in the Asia-Pacific area and saving the mankind."

    In addition to tremendous box office earnings from the Chinese market each year, American blockbusters implant western values in young Chinese minds to change their way of thinking, he noted.

    Seeing China's rise as a challenge to their values and system, some western people have spared no effort to infiltrate the Chinese psyche, ideologically and culturally with the help of Hollywood movies, he said.

    "Soldiers should sharpen their eyes and enforce a 'firewall' to avoid ideological erosion when watching American movies," Zhang warned. "More importantly, they should strengthen their combat capability to safeguard national security and interests."

    http://www.china.org.cn/arts/2013-08/24/content_29815231.htm

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    American hegemony via Hollywood will not tolerated especially when they show that China can make a high tech machine worth 100+ billion dollars and is run by Chinese triplets who die defending Hong Kong from aliens.
     

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