Taiwan has found a way to use a carefully designed social network constructively.As stated in the Tyee,
Taiwan Is Crowdsourcing an Everybody-Wins Democracy
They had to do something. In 2014,
Opponents to the bill felt not just defeated, but invisible. The government had promised to listen to their concerns, but simply hadn't done so, rushing the bill onto the parliament floor. They had the votes; they could get it through. So that evening, protesters scaled the fence, kicked the door open and streamed onto the floor of Taiwan's parliament, the Legislative Yuan.
Sound familiar from recent history?
Well, the government found a way to listen.
They set up vTaiwan, a social network where prominence is given to posts that further concord instead of discord. And they're using it to craft proposals for legislation. Anyone can contribute.
The article doesn't state how the social network determines which posts promote consensus. I'd like to know.
"If there's one thing China did right, it's make Jack Ma disappear after he got too politically uppity."
"China sees the dangers of rogue billionaires trying to take control of their country and squashes them before they can get Dorsey-bad and Bezos-bad. Unfortunately we're getting the worst of China-style rule with none of the benefits."
Wow, so EF is now openly a fascist while at the exact same time saying he is not. True double think in action, matches what we saw on the 6th. The irony of the Koch and Mercer billionaires actually working to promote rightwing fascism I'm sure is totally lost on you.
I truly hope you are intentionally being manipulative and deceitful, it is more troubling to think you're actually this clueless.
I dunno, doesn't read like he's contradicting himself here. He's saying fascism (China) good, halfway-house fascism (US) not good. The US need to double down and go full fascist much like EF went full retard!
If anything its a pretty consistent point-of-view.