“Baizuo” That’s you, Bidonians. Own it!

 “The term baizuo is related to the term shèngmǔ (圣母, 聖母, literally “Blessed Mother“) or shèngmǔbiǎo (圣母婊, 聖母婊, literally “Blessed Mother of Bitch”), a sarcastic reference to those whose political opinions are perceived as being guided by emotions or a hypocritical show of selflessness and empathy.” Wiki on Baizuo

Baizuo – Wikipedia

“They call them “baizuo.” The rough translation from Mandarin is “White liberal,” and it is definitely not a compliment. Chinese state media describes baizou as people who, “only care about topics such as immigration, minorities, LGBT and the environment, who have no sense of real problems in the real world, who only advocate for peace and equality to satisfy their own feelings of moral superiority, and who are so obsessed with political correctness that they tolerate backward Islamic values for the sake of multiculturalism.”

As Chinese state media notes, “former US [sic] President Obama was considered an advocate of baizuo ideology.”

So is “German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her decision to welcome more than one million third-world [sic] immigrants to Europe.”

Other observations about baizuo, as reported by Chinese state media, include the fact that they “advocate inclusiveness and anti-discrimination but cannot tolerate different opinions.” Baizuo’s political opinions are “so shallow that they tend to maintain social equality by embracing ideologies that run against the basic concept of equality.”” Tucker Carlson


Comment: the inhabitants of the “Middle Kingdom” have your “number” boys and girls. Enjoy! Sadly, you probably will enjoy the abuse.

The Chinese are remarkably unsentimental people. They recognize weakness and hold it in contempt. The spectacle of the US delegation at Anchorage humbly asking tolerance and understanding for our “regrettable” heritage of striving for a “more perfect union.” (in itself a laughable baizuo misinterpretation of the phrase) was enough to make an anti-baizuo American’s blood boil.

The Chinese have now boldly displayed their contempt for the Baizuo Bidonians. They have thrown down a gauntlet of challenge. How will Joe, the head Baizuo, respond?

Ah, he said yesterday that Russia will pay a heavy price. pl

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49 Responses to “Baizuo” That’s you, Bidonians. Own it!

  1. Ranger Ray says:

    Joe’s response will probably be I (clunk), don’t (flop), know (tumble) (n.b. gratuitous sounds of Beijing Biden falling as he attempts to board AF 1). That is unless his handlers have some other ludicrous response printed on note cards for Sleepy Joe to mumble.

  2. Jose says:

    “To get rich is glorious.” – Deng Xiaoping

    What is good for Hunter, is good for America and that is glorious.

  3. Deap says:

    What a relief – one single word to explain (and dismiss) this long annoying phenomenon. Easier to type out than “virtue-signaler”. Snappy, short-hand rebuttal to the Leftist slur “QAnon”.

    Pronunciation, please?

  4. Deap says:

    Democrats demand for 100% perfection translates into their high-jacking of the “covid” agenda of a few weeks to flatten the curve (but not reduce the numbers), into 100% eradication or you are in lockdown forever. However it also included thee, but not me.

  5. J says:

    Wonder if OSD Austin will bow and scrape before the CCP ‘begging forgiveness’ for ‘military transgressions’ against the CCP?

    Austin and his cohorts are already hard at work ‘re-educating’ young DoD personnel that the Jan. 6th fiasco was far worse than 200 plus ANTIFA-BLM riots across the nation. Also it would appear that OSD Austin is doing his best to ‘force’ COVID stuff on the military masses against their wills.

    Austin is encountering the most ‘resistance’ from combat arms personnel who question Jan. 6 was worse than the 200 plus ANTIFA-BLM riots, and who question their forced COVID inoculations.

    Baizuo OSD Austin is considered a useful idiot by the CCP.

  6. Deap says:

    From the Tucker Carlson clip this is pronounced “Bye-Show”. (?)

  7. PRC90 says:

    The competing States in the multipolar world may have contempt for the elected US government, however that would be mixed with a good deal of caution and apprehension based on what they would see as the lack of rationality, lack of any real leadership, internal factions vying for a slice of the pie, but immense latent power.

    • LeaNder says:

      Yep, as Robert Kagan writes:

      A Superpower, Like It or Not: Why Americans Must Accept Their Global Role,
      By Robert Kagan, March/April 2021

      Feels like a larger majority here, he would like to have Trump back:

      • james says:

        i am sure kagan wants a lot more then that.. he is an idiot.. it is amazing he is given so much wasted coverage… he and his wife are a hopelessly misguided warmongers… so long as the usa listens to their nonsense, the usa is doomed.. of course they have been given a role in bidens admin too… i wonder what the chinese word is for this type of stupidity??? must be a direct cousin of this baizuo word..

      • PRC90 says:

        Kagan’s second last sentence: “The antidote to this is not scaring the hell out of them about China and other threats but trying to explain, again, why the world order they created still matters.”

        No mention by Kagan of an antidote being the restoration of manufacturing industry, internal markets, actual jobs with real and regular employee income, and the consequent multiplied out effects on increased savings, investment and consumption.
        And that last sentence ?

        • LeaNder says:

          PRC90, to the extent I still recall, his most interesting passages where those juggling with military numbers, or for that matter the cost of US wars. I find it impossible to wrap my mind around those type of people. But then, I preferred to be Europe’s Venus versus his propagated American Mars. To remain within his imagery. 😉

          Look at it, nothing changed?
          During the Cold War, they took on unheard-of global responsibilities, deploying troops in distant theaters by the hundreds of thousands and fighting two wars, in Korea and in Vietnam, that were 15 times as costly in terms of combat deaths as the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq would be.

          As Condi Rice famously said in an interview over here in Germany, not verbatim but close enough:
          After 1989 everyone wondered who would be our enemy now, then 9/11 happened and everyone knew.

          Is having an enemy to fight more important than defining the enemy?

  8. Gallo Rojo says:

    There’s a larger blog post I’m war gaming about how the wokeness of the military plus the recognition by the Chinese and Russians that America is leaving a LOT of human capital on the table. I speak of course of the prole whites who make up the hard core of the effective infantry and infantry adjacent forces.

    How long before appeals to them are made to join a Russian or Chinese Foreign Legion with appeals to past collaborations and the successes therein? Contrast propaganda: images celebrating the rugged pioneer spirit of the rural white man vs. A purple hair freak with a piercing through the forehead of indeterminable gender saying “you’re evil”.

    Bioleninism is real.

    • PRC90 says:

      Gallo, I suggest that wokeness is an imposed, unassimilated and easily compartmentalized overlay to Infantry, Armour, Arty and the others at the tip. It may have a greater impact on the larger mass of supporting military, but would it degrade their effectiveness ? You may find that unit integrity and loyalty to an Oath are very real things.

      Certainly the PMC beckons after service is done. I have an idea that a new concept will rise; that of the PMC soldier-shareholder who takes a share of the spoils in actual seize and hold warfare, using the partial precedent of the Dutch East India Coy of centuries past.

      Off topic: Are you into alternative history as a means of model analysis ? Consider a game where 1970’s era Rhodesia and South Africa exist in the current social media era. I suggest that your notional disaffected (ex-)military would have little hesitation in signing up in vast numbers to defeat the Communist push into those two countries.

      • Pat Lang says:


        GR is an airborne infantry combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. Don’t get too carried away with your own wonderfulness.

      • Gallo Rojo says:


        Agree to disagree. Between SHARP, the homo rape crisis, and dudes getting NJP to getting thrown out for social media posts, no one has done more to destroy unit cohesion than the Army. This isn’t even touching the idea of women in the infantry.

        Audie Murphy? Joe Hooper? Alvin York? Shugart? Gordon? The new woke Army doesn’t care to celebrate these people. The USA has left the symbols of Columbia in the gutter for anyone to pick up. 400 years of history on this continent, just to shitcan it for some dogma.

        You’re expecting these enlisted and junior officers to say “Duty and Fatherland” and charge a machine gun nest for what? An oath they’ve watched their superiors shit on for decades so they can get their little star? C’mon. The Russians found Yuri Gargarin when he was a tractor mechanic because they looked for and appreciated human capital. You think they couldn’t pull a few divisions of light infantry out of Appalachia?

        • PRC90 says:

          Ok, you can see it close up and I can’t, and I didn’t know it was that bad. I guess that after two generations of people going from recruits to SNCO’s under what would be a politically driven from above social experiment then the rot will be entrenched.

          Joining Russian and Chinese FL or PMC’s is maybe a leap too far – do they get to carry those flags too ? That would be a disincentive as would the risk of some brand new US anti foreign incursion legislation.
          I’ll stand by my allied nation PMC comment though, if only due the lack of alternatives.

          Where is the nearest perceived threat ? That’s where people go, to deal with it.
          Someone is going to be able to pull a few divisions of light infantry out of Appalachia when the time comes, with a good possibility of it being a Pennsylvania militia.

    • John Merryman says:

      I wouldn’t go too global. They are more likely to go local. Especially when states have to step in and start issuing their own currencies, when the dollar melts down. Currency is the social contract enabling societies larger than small tribes.
      As for wokeness, when it’s all foam and bubbles, the wave has crested.

  9. PRC90 says:

    Interesting pic above, it goes with the kneeling trick.

    “Who trains these people ?”

  10. Fred says:

    Biden’s Bozos. Of course the millenials won’t get that reference. I suspect he’ll get advised to send in a Kagan and cookies. It worked in Ukraine.

  11. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    On those t-shirts the words, “so sorry”. Why yes, their wearers are certainly that, but perhaps not in the sense which they had intended.

    And for the Chinese, indeed, it would be easy to draw the conclusion that this is all that we are here nowadays, particularly when Our Elites thought it appropriate to send our version of Palace Eunuchs to this meeting.

    But the Chinese have historically more than once underestimated the Outer Barbarians, and with a change of leadership, the Palace Eunuchs would vanish like a puff of smoke, leaving behind something quite different.

    In my estimation, hard times are coming, largely because the country has been taking its counsel from a legion of Wormtongues for decades. As the old saying has it, easy times breed soft men, but hard times breed hard men. Perhaps a fullbore collapse may be needed to make the times hard enough to generate these hard men, but events can move quickly, and the collapse can be arrested before totality, permitting a new equilibrium to emerge more rapidly. But we shall see, shan’t we?

  12. j. casey says:

    Li’l Blinky and Sleepy Joe Chernenko really just smashing foreign policy all over the dang world this week. What great accomplishment will they achieve next?

    • Just a reminder, since you mentioned Chernenko
      Brezhnev died aged 75, succeeded by
      Andropov died at 69, succeeded by
      Chernenko died at 73.
      Biden is 78, Pelosi 80 and Schumer 70.
      (Disclosure, I am 73 but I’m confident I can run for Parliament and become PM in 5 or 6 years)

  13. Harlan Easley says:

    It’s a mystery to me why these white idiots want to commit suicide. I have nothing but contempt for them.

    If that was my family in the above image I would disown them for the rest of my life.

    • Jane Eyre says:

      “If that was my family in the above image I would disown them for the rest of my life.”

      The folks in photo are mostly younger. That is, “family” subject to “disowning” is more in the potential heirs rather than the older generation planning distribution of their estate. Many Boomers were conservative and conducted their financial lives on the notion of preserving as much as possible to pass on to heirs.
      A dilemma emerges: Are those young “So Sorry” Wokers – baizou worthy of being named beneficiaries from a lifetime of saving and thinking of the future of their children?
      If not, who is?

  14. Bill H says:

    I rather liked his closing remark. “…the Chinese government is pleased as they watch this. Because no country that penalizes people for intelligence and hard work can last very long.”

  15. Deap says:

    Bill H, San Francisco’s school board has already weighed in on that comment.

    They complained Asian students were acting too white, since they succeed in higher numbers by choosing to follow “white supremacy values”. ( Eg: Hard work, self-discipline and persistence, I suppose.)

  16. Robert says:

    What a great post, ‘baizuo’ will now be insult de jour to all these Bidonian idiots, I shall spread the gospel far an wide.

  17. Chen says:

    Great post! ‘白’ in ‘白左 (baizuo)’ means “white”. But in my opinion, the ‘白’ can also mean ‘白痴’, which means idiot in Chinese.

  18. jerseycityjoan says:

    So the Chinese have nailed us with their baizuo descriptor of a certain segment of our population.

    But it seems they still want to come to the US and other Western countries in droves. They want us to launder their dirty money and protect their assets, which we do.

    If the Chinese government is hostile to us, I don’t understand why we keep on allowing their elite to emigrate here or allow their students to come here and learn all we know in STEM degree programs.

    The last thing I want is a return to the Cold War. But if that is what is happening, we need to protect ourselves. If the Chinese think we are stupid, I would think it is because on a practical level we are still treating them as a friendly government when that is clearly not the case.

    • Deap says:

      Our local community college wants to bring in every foreign student they can find for one reason only – out of state international student tuition – cash flow. Same can be said for public universities as well.

      They pretend it is “enriching” for our local student, but rarely do you see any mingling or interpersonal exchanges going on in any meaningful way. In fact, the Chinese students are often getting a free pass to under-perform or not even show up for class because they are smart enough to know the real value of their tuition payments is their cash; not their shared intellect.

      You raise the important issue about the obvious downsides of this cash transaction, but that only underscores the destructive power of the education union lobby that puts their own personal cash revenue interests ahead of the national good.

  19. Sam says:

    Thanks to the Chinese we now have a term for what we are all too familiar with. Nice, but I would have preferred some advice on how to deprogram these cult members. Seriously, how do we change our baizou family or friends? They refuse to listen to anyone that’s doesn’t share their own opinions and will quickly and angrily shut you off.

  20. Sam says:

    Let me lay out the fundamental inescapable problem on all China policy and thinking:

    There remains a fundamental misunderstanding or Thursday to understand who they (China governed by the CCP) is. They have been telling us for a long time but people refuse to believe. Biden Administration calls them a competitor. They are not.

    Universities and academics say there should be no constraints on interactions with Chinese universities, scholars, and students. There should be. Tankies say it is just a matter of changing tone, strategy, and persuading China what’s in its best interest. It’s not.

    China governed by the CCP has made clear who they are, how they will behave, their values, and what they will impose. This should come as no surprise. The only surprise at this point is that people still do not take them seriously. Even now Galaxy Brains are attempting to soften the impact by saying “they were just trying to please Xi. They don’t really believe that.” Following orders has the same impact whether you believe. We have to deal with the reality of this is who they are and how they are behaving not some BS feelings seminar having into the crystal ball divining who is. We need to have the reality that China should be treated like what it is and what they have told us they are: one of the worst global unapologetic, authoritarian, human rights abusers, expansionist communist state.


    This makes a lot of sense. The reality however is that both parties, the media, the think-tanks, academia, Wall St and “career” policy makers in government for decades have been effectively co-opted by the Chinese communist party. From Bill Clinton’s Most Favored Nation status to Trump’s they must buy more corn, the bottom line is the US and the west in general have financed and provided the technology whether voluntarily or involuntarily via stealing and more importantly provided them the customers by American brands offshoring their production. The CCP has also lavished cash on our elites in government, in politics, in media, in Wall St and in academia. Heck, they even gave low-life Hunter millions. In many ways the CCP already has us by the balls. We are deeply dependent on them for the supply of goods. What happens when they shut off access to pharmaceuticals, and the tens of thousands of products including critical parts in many of our weapons systems?

    • Sam says:

      I did not make this comment. I made the one just above. Obviously there is more than one “Sam” commenting. I do agree with the comment for the most part.

    • jerseycityjoan says:

      What happens if the Chinese shut us off?

      We are very dependent on them now. I am afraid we would suffer considerably more without them than they would without us.

      We thought that as time went on and China advanced that our relationship would get better but instead it has gotten worse. Since the end of the Cold War we have gotten used to being the one and only superpower. That is no longer the case.

      We never really had a discussion after the Cold War about how we should respond to a changed world. We seem to be repeating that mistake today. There isn’t much public interest in defense and foreign affairs these days. We are floating and drifting and keeping our fingers crossed that nothing bad will happen and nobody seems to notice. Certainly that can’t go on forever.

      • Murali Rao says:

        Regarding your comment about not having a conversation about our foreign policy after Cold War 1, I beg to differ with you. We declared ourselves an empire. Carl Rowe infamously said ” we go around and change the regimes and you (reporters) will report it, while you are busy we are going to change other regimes”, The only problem is that local people like the American’s in 1776 didn’t like the rearranging of regimes and so we are stuck in Afganistan, Iraq, Ukraine etc. While we are busy printing US dollars to fight these nasty locals, our competetion was busy improving their economies and at the same time improving their military capabilities. So it doesn’t matter who is in the white house, we don’t have easy pickings but tough adversaries. Only time will tell, what these woke politicans and generals will do.

      • Deap says:

        The US is a plucky can-do nation. Trump was trying to wean us off foreign dependencies. We are only a century or so away from our pioneer roots. The pioneer spirit still resides in many who were not taught to cancel it.

  21. TV says:

    What future does a nation have when a loud and powerful minority openly despises the country’s history, culture and most of the citizenry and the mass of that citizenry is ignorant, indifferent and immature?

    • Deap says:

      We will let your know the answer to your question abut the nation’s future in a few more years – Calif is mandating CRT as a graduation requirement. Magic 8 Ball says – situation cloudy

    • Murali Rao says:

      Never mind the citizenry, it is the media and elites who are in bed with those vocal minorities pushing their narratives so the real income disparities and disaperarence of middle class will not be noticed, they hope. Sooner or later people will realize that they are scammed.

      • Carey says:

        > Never mind the citizenry, it is the media and elites who are in bed with those vocal minorities pushing their narratives <

        Bingo, though I'd argue that it's the elites driving it *through*
        their media minions, academia, et c.

  22. carl says:

    “The contrite waited in the classic posture of expiation – on their knees, heads bowed – and so perished, so they believed, by a process in which the Meks were symbols and human sin the reality. In the end, all were dead: gentlemen, ladies, Phanes in the pavilions, Peasants in the stables. Of those who inhabited Janeil, only the Birds survived, creatures awkward, gauche and raucous, oblivious to pride and faith, more concerned with the wholeness of their hides than the dignity of their castle. As the Meks swarmed down over the parapets, the Birds departed their cotes and, screaming strident insults, flapped east toward Hagedorn, now the last Castle of Earth.”

    From “The Last Castle” by Jack Vance (1965).

  23. Lasttruebeliever says:

    I like your tone but you seem a bit late…

    Each (Sheep) to His Own (Shepard)

    The “Hill” and her “Big Guy”
    Have donned imperial purple;
    A gauntlet has been thrown
    In the face of all earth’s peoples.
    She rides forth in her master’s colours;
    The wounds that she inflicts
    Will be back to haunt her.

    “The Donald’s” a mere amateur
    Compared to her.
    From Kosovo to Syria
    She has left her imprimatur.
    Her master can be formidable,
    To this I testify—
    Now he knows beyond doubt
    It’s time for him to fly!

    I hope he got away
    Cause staying can be hell.
    If like us you’re made
    Of light or fire,
    Staying could be swell!
    But if you’re not
    Best hit the road
    You’ve got no time to kill!

    If you’re not on the way now
    You’ve got no now to come!
    Eternity can be lonely
    If you’re far from home.
    I’m a being of experience
    You can take my word—
    The time is now
    Get out (0f) your grave
    Hear this voiceless bird!

    Brother Blue Iconoclast

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