Chance Encounter with a Chinese National
An Unexpected Education
I was just in Indiana picking up my son for spring break, wandering around the Jacobs music school when I was approached by a young Chinese woman. “Can you help me? I need to get to the airport, but the shuttle is full and I don’t know what to do!” She sounded very desperate. “Well, I’m driving to Indy within the hour, I can take you,” I replied. “Oh that’s so fabulous! I can pay you!” So we exchanged contact info, and I picked her up within the hour.
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During the hour-long drive, we had an absolutely fascinating conversation that opened my eyes to a reality that has really been hidden from us in this country. She’s a 25 year old musician, pursuing conducting, and has been studying in the US for the past 8 years, so she can speak knowing the value of Freedom, while also have life-long experience with Communist China.
I told her that I’m using my artistic pursuits to teach people about quantum physics and Free Energy, to which she replied, That would never happen in China. Yes, I’m aware of that fact.
She told me that elementary school children are in school 12 hours a day, and have 6-8 hours of homework every night. If perfection is not achieved, there is incredible shame for the family, and no hope for any kind of comfortable future. There is no fun, no joy, no play, no exploration, no laughter, no individuality, no questioning, no being sick. The only thing to get excited about in China, she said, is the food, and even so - they can’t produce enough for 3 billion people.
They knock the humanity out of you by the time you’re 5, and she stated emphatically that there is no chance in hell that Chinese people will ever rise up against their government.
So, being that American students are taught nothing more than to question their gender, Chinese students are now taking over American universities in droves - funded by the CCP. She wouldn’t admit it, but she is funded by the CCP. She had flown from Beijing to Singapore, to Miami, to Detroit, to Indianapolis for auditions, and was on her way to LA, and she says that her parents are low-level Party members.
Chinese people do not help each other. It is a dog-eat-dog world, every person for themselves. There is no cooperation, or collaboration - only horrific oppression on every level. There is no sense of community, no love, no preparing for the future - there is only the NOW moment.
This is exactly the future planned for us, if we survive what’s coming!!!!
She implied that she was by far a better human that I could ever hope to be, because she had been trained to be so incredibly disciplined. I replied, But then, we have the age-old philosophical question,
What is it to be human?
I did not say the following, but I should have - did you not approach me for help? And did I not give help without a moment’s hesitation? When, you know that you would never receive this help in China? Does that not make me a better human?
In the end, she did not pay me for the trip, and I did not ask, and after we dropped her off I told my son, “That was our good deed for the day.”
He replied, “I will never complain about my workload again.”
As always - take what resonates, leave the rest, and DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH!!!