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    Why China's Marriage Crisis Is An Existential Threat To The Country

    . . . In China, a hyper-traditional society, having a child out of wedlock is still frowned upon. Childbearing and childrearing are synonymous with marriage. Last year, the communist nation saw marriage rates hit a 35-year low. The sharp drop in marital vows comes at the same time China faces an impending demographic crisis. 2021 saw 7.6 million marriage registrations, the fewest since 1986. With falling birth rates and a rapidly aging population, China faces problems that are very much existential in nature.

    In truth, China’s marriage crisis has been an issue for the best part of a decade. In the space of six years, between 2013 and 2019, the number of Chinese citizens getting married fell from 23.8 million to 13.9 million, a 41 percent drop. Of course, the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) ill-advised one-child policy, which was in place for 35 years (1980–2015), has resulted in far fewer people of marriageable age. The policy resulted in 400 million fewer babies being born.


    China has also witnessed “changing attitudes to marriage, especially among young women who are becoming more educated and financially independent,” according to CNN. Due to “widespread workplace discrimination” and “patriarchal traditions,” an increasing number of women are saying no to marriage . . .

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    The article makes no mention of the Chinese Tang Ping (Lying Flat) or Bai Lai (Let It Rot) movements. Young men are unwilling to continue in a situation that has become increasingly worsening for them.

    The rat race with ever diminishing returns, along with unrealistic expectations from delusional women about marriage and money have made young men around the world damningly aware that the only way to win is not to play.


    The expectations of many Chinese women is sky high. They want what is a rare man in China. And yet these men they want can choose whomever they want. The odds are not good for women with high standards to find a husbank.
    And I’m gonna give kudos to the average Chinese man. They call unmarried women over 25 years old, leftover women. The Chinese still value youth. It saddens me to see how American men simp and put onto a pedestal some of the women here in our country (older, past child bearing age, single moms, fat and so on and so on). I guess the average Chinese man would rather get it done right or not at all.

    Since my ex fiancee is Chinese, I can say, its 27. A woman becomes a Sheng Nu (leftover woman) after age 27.

    One of the things I admire about Chinese culture is that they’re old school. In a lot of ways, their cultural traditions/values are quite similar to what I was brought up with (my parents were born in 1931). They don’t mess around and they don’t go for the cultural marxist BS. Men are expected to be men and women are expected to be women and that’s it. They do not go for ideology (”a woman can put off getting married until she’s 35 and then get any good man she wants!”). Instead they are relentlessly practical in telling girls that youth is the greatest asset they have and they need to find a good man while they still have some of their youth to offer . . .

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    Same BS for Turkey (my homeland). In one of the mainstream social media forum site (called eksisozluk,something like debate forum) a title called "Why men don't even want to be boyfriends anymore" is one of the hot topics and Mgtow word is mentioned lot there.Even if not,the idea is there too. Our women have same attitude with west, spoiled and useless. There is hardly any man I know from my age (25 YO) that is married,or even have a serious partners. When writing this I thought about around 20-25 of people that are same age as me,hardly 3-4 of them have girlfriends,let alone serious relationships.

    Point here is juice ain't worth the squeeze. Let them be strong and independent while we quit the rat race and enjoy our lives.
    Why do we all have to wear these ridiculous ties?!

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    Sometimes all it takes to make a manís day is to read information like this.

    Slowly, but ever so surely, things are changing. It seems that more and more men are getting tired of their blue-pill hangovers. The big realization in all this is for a man to simply come to his senses and look at what stands before him. Why play a rigged game? Why make life any more of an uphill battle than it needs to be? Why place a twat on a pedestal, at the expense of your own lifeís ambitions, goals, and dreams?

    They havenít seen an existential crisis yet. Years from now they will look back on this and consider this the good old days.

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    Re: Why China's Marriage Crisis Is An Existential Threat To The Country

    I find it all glorious.

    Trad cucks cling to a past that didnít work. If it was so stable then why does it so quickly fall apart? Such a pillar of strength crashes when people see reality or choose not to participate? Maybe economies, shell games, and such things shouldnít be based on shaky houses of cards.

    Clearly no one wants it once you shine sunlight on it.

    Itís no different when you shine light on a religion that encourages and protects pedophiles solely for money and power. You tend to lose supporters there too.

    Marriage doesnít work. We can blame feminism or education or other dumb shit, and thatís fine, but in the end, it didnít work except for a tiny few. Just like all systems.

    When your system requires constant brainwashing and lack of choice and force your system is despotic and tyrannical no matter how much cake frosting you put on it.

    Itís over. Anyone still engaging in it is dumb. It doesnít work. Women figured it out, but apparently MGTOW figuring it out is a sin.
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    Re: Why China's Marriage Crisis Is An Existential Threat To The Country

    I think there are other problems far worse than lack of marriage in China. The way the west is headed financially will hit China hard. China is heavily invested in western economies and supply most of the finished consumer goods to the west. If there is a reorganization of monetary systems will debt be paid or will that just be wiped clean? Central Bank Digital Currency or a World Bank Digital Currency, the USD gone and the west living under a Social Credit System what need will there be for what China now offers? WEF states "You will own nothing, and you will be happy" then we will not need much out of China. China has invested worldwide in natural resources and technology while the western economies are disposing of the middle class that buys much of China's goods.

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    What we have today in the West is Marriage Version 2 as designed by feminists. Guys who understand it avoid it like the plague since it can be used as legalized robbery and slavery - alimony and property division without determination of fault. Marriage Version 1 had numerous advantages to get men to participate - men who married heiresses controlled their property. In turn, women were guaranteed support via dower in land and alimony if faultless. Marriages had intrafamily tort immunity - no outside interference with paddlings etc, and the husband and wife were considered one person, with the husband being the one who spoke for and had authority in the family. At common law, husbands controlled the kids and put them to work in his shop or farm. Women who wanted a divorce had to prove fault on the part of the husband before grabbing his stuff - gone now in most states . . . When you remove authority and benefits, the marriage version 2 doesn't work anymore for men. If you want the version 1 marriage, you would need to go to foreign countries like the Phillipines.

    Quote Originally Posted by DangZagnut View Post
    I find it all glorious.

    Trad cucks cling to a past that didn’t work. If it was so stable then why does it so quickly fall apart? Such a pillar of strength crashes when people see reality or choose not to participate? Maybe economies, she’ll games, and such things shouldn’t be based on shaky houses of cards.

    Clearly no one wants it once you shine sunlight on it.

    It’s no different when you shine light on a religion that encourages and protects pedophiles solely for money and power. You tend to lose supporters there too.

    Marriage doesn’t work. We can blame feminism or education or other dumb shit, and that’s fine, but in the end, it didn’t work except for a tiny few. Just like all systems.

    When your system requires constant brainwashing and lack of choice and force your system is despotic and tyrannical no matter how much cake frosting you put on it.

    It’s over. Anyone still engaging in it is dumb. It doesn’t work. Women figured it out, b it apparently MGTOW figuring it out is a sin.

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    Women are all biologically gold diggers.

    They'd never settle and just fuck Chad if their goal was sex. But their goal is always money. A few experiments in their teens means nothing to their real desires.

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    Good. Fuck um.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DangZagnut View Post
    Women are all biologically gold diggers.

    They'd never settle and just fuck Chad if their goal was sex. But their goal is always money. A few experiments in their teens means nothing to their real desires.
    50 Shades of grey is porn for women. Their goal basically taming a beast which is something like billionaire,warrior etc.. Sex is just a tool for them.
    Why do we all have to wear these ridiculous ties?!

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    Re: Why China's Marriage Crisis Is An Existential Threat To The Country

    Plenty of poor rapists out there. But they want that billionaire. Thatís the sexy part.

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    Re: Why China's Marriage Crisis Is An Existential Threat To The Country

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post
    WEF states "You will own nothing, and you will be happy" then we will not need much out of China. China has invested worldwide in natural resources and technology while the western economies are disposing of the middle class that buys much of China's goods.
    This is an astute point. I began looking at the WEF and the Great Reset this way last year: the Great Reset is best seen as a guide for running what's left of Europe after a major (in particular, nuclear) war. The US really isn't part of that plan, when you look at the big picture with the WEF, because the US might not quite be around any more. The powers that be appear to want a big war with Russia, China, Iran, or some combination very badly. That big war will quickly escalate, and all bets are then off.

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    It's an interesting topic. Nations which are divided inside tend to start wars. During wartime you dissolve inner division by forming an outgroup - the enemy - who will unite the parties of the nation. In the same time you can send all your disposable people - men and criminals in particular - to the frontline. Political dissendents are also very easy to get rid of and your media has to work very closely to the government.

    China has, if I remember correctly, approximately 400'000'000 disposable males. Males who won't find a woman simply because there have not been enough women born. At this point we don't even counted the entitlements of these women in which also exist. What is booming in China are imported women from poorer countries around it like North Korea and so forth, but this will not be enough.

    The big question is what is China gonna do with these men? China spends around 270'000'000'000 USD per year for its military, half of what the US invests. And while the first world countries would suffer really hard without the products of China, China itself would still have all the consumer products - produced in China and Asia - as well as the material to build them - from Russia, African countries, Asia.

    The reason why Europe is so fucked right now without cheap oil and gas from Russia is because the US can not deliver their current partners plus Europes needs forever. Europe itself focused on the Green New Deal and has sworn off traditional energy production like wood, coal, nuclear, and so on which would have been a really nice fail safe for this kind of solutions.

    Now comes the best part, in doing so, focusing on solar and wind power, Europe will still have to import oil and gas, but additionally will have to buy all the material to build the solar and wind power tools from its biggest export nation which is... exactly, China.

    *ding*, *ding*, *ding*! ooh, oooh: Retard alert! (sorry for this expression Unboxxed)
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