Baizuo is pronounced “bye-tswaw”; Chinese: 白左, pinyin: báizuǒ, literally White Left. Baizuo is a Chinese epithet meaning naive western educated person who advocates for peace and equality only to satisfy their own feeling of moral superiority. A baizuo only cares about topics such as immigration, minorities, LGBT and the environment while being obsessed with political correctness to the extent that they import backwards Islamic values for the sake of multiculturalism.
The Chinese see the baizuo as ignorant and arrogant westerners who pity the rest of the world and think they are saviours.”
Text above quoted from, https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=baizuo
Environmentalism as example
Baizuo can also be viewed as outwardly directed moral rules vs. Christianity (among other religions) are about inwardly directed moral rules. For instance, if we say Global Warming is the biggest issue in the world today (despite being in a nascent civil war and international biological war), what can we do to make a difference?
We could drive less, or fly less. But we don’t. Instead we try to pass laws that effect people both geographically and by class separated from us. We may pass anti-coal mining legislation that destroys a whole state’s economy, culture and pride. Yet we applaud ourselves for destroying them, when they were never the problem to begin with. We all know it is our own consumption and globalism that is destroying the world.
On the other hand, a Christian moral view would be the Quaker approach. Ignore what everyone else is doing and do what you can to improve the world. Indeed, the Quakers create little islands of tranquility in the rust belt.
We can then look at the Chinese approach which is the Communist path of imposition of morals and goals by the state. The obvious flaw here is that you cannot force someone to be happy and productive. So, since the 1990s China has gravitated more towards economic free market (Glasnost for opportunity) and nationalism (for impetus), which places China in the realm of fascism, though more authoritarian and dehumanizing for the native population. China has embraced the Nietzsche-an ubermensch at the societal level, but not at the individual level. Morals are defined as what is good for the people, but largely lack culturally relevant historicity and so are of dubious long-term value. But, at least they are directed to benefit the group.
Producerists propose using Christianity, particularly the New Testament, as the Constitution for morals and the church and state in coordination define how these laws are best applied to today’s issues. Though Christian morals are antiquated, we are certain they work to protect and advance our society. We can choose to slowly evolve and test changes, but from the 1960s to the 1990s we completely abandoned Christian morals and even embraced their opposite, in a Sabbatean turn.
As said last Thursday by, “One of Israel’s most respected rabbis, Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu … ‘ The values of justice were replaced with those of political correctness. The family values have been replaced with those of hedonism. The birthrate that fell below the red line caused European leaders to open the floodgates to mass Muslim migration that would fill the void, and Europe started to totally lose its character.'”
In other words, he is calling us Baizuo.