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I am Chinese-American. My parents moved from China to America, but I was born in America.
I love the fact that I can read anything I want, look at anything I want, listen to anything I want, and share my political, ideological, and philosophical views, whatever they are.
I am on the internet right now. I can say how I feel about my President, I have the legal right. I like him, or I don't like him. Makes no difference. I am allowed to say it.
Now, I can visit any website I want. Let's see, where should I go? The sky is the limit. My government does not dictate what I can or cannot visit. It's my choice to learn whatever I want to learn.
I can even watch adu1t content. Maybe I want to see a blonde with green eyes taking her clothes off. So many websites.
Do Chinese people appreciate this freedom? Do they want it?
If they do, are they willing to fight for it?
You don't even have to do anything aggressive. Just tell your Emperor that if he does not agree to give you the above freedom, then you will stop having children to fuel the Emperor's greed and power. And tell him you will quit your job and move out of China. How would the Emperor survive without any servants? It China becomes empty of its citizens, the Emperor would be doomed.
The Emperor will have no choice but to capitulate. And it will have been achieved peacefully.