How many people in China have the mental strength to resist the concerted propaganda and brainwashing by CCP?
"For an entire year after Tiananmen, there were five or more broadcasts per day from the state controlled media about how students tried to forcefully overthrow the government in a violent revolution in Tiananmen Square. The news reports were that the government successfully prevented this coup attempt and the people of China should be very grateful for the government for preventing such lawlessness and chaos. The event is not taught in schools . . . most of students are not even aware of it as they were too young . . . . . . "
". . . . . Beijing, while a large city, is a very small part of the country of China at large. Most people in the country didn't have a clue what was happening at that time. And yet, the entire country, from small 10-family villages with radios to large cities were subjected to the same news reports, day after day after day."
"In 1990, I heard these same broadcasts as I traipsed through small villages in Yunnan Province. I was sooooo tired of hearing those broadcasts! At some point, I remember thinking that I understood how brainwashing worked . . . it takes too much energy to fight against it after a while. While I never believed the broadcasts . . . after all, I knew the truth and saw the students, troops, etc., I was mentally fatigued of the strain it took to dispute it, even in my own mind."
Can anyone who has the knowledge about the concerted CCP propaganda -- a strange mixture of half truth and plain lies -- please enlighten me? How many Chinese in China still have the mental strength to resist the constant dose of lies?