Nothing says the West is slated for decline more than a comparison of China's gender policies with ours. The Illuminati allow the Chinese to be "homophobic," i.e. to protect gender, marriage, and family.
"Gay Rights" were never about shielding homosexuals from persecution. They were designed to spread homosexual dysfunction to heterosexual Christian society, destabilizing & rendering it vulnerable to conquest and enslavement.
Similar to homosexuality, China is spared multiculturalism and migration.
In contrast to the Chinese who have a fierce national loyalty, the West is led by Masonic Satanists, perverts and traitors dedicated to their own countries' destruction.
The worst place in the world for LGBT to live is China, according to a pro-gay survey that puts Beijing at the bottom of a list of most welcoming cities, alongside several other Chinese cities. (Full survey here.)
To celebrate Pride Month, German housing website Nestpick ranked the most welcoming cities for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer. Beijing came last out of 100 cities, while Shanghai sat at number 89 and Hong Kong at 83.
At the other end, Madrid topped the list, followed by Amsterdam, Toronto, Tel Aviv and London.
Last week, Shanghai Pride activists told The Daily Beast about LGBT life in China, saying that although gay clubs exist, few people come out as many people struggle to be accepted by families and the state. Homosexuality in China was decriminalized in 1997 and was removed from an official list of mental illnesses a few years later.
A 2013 survey by the Pew Research Center found that just 21 percent of China's population was in favor of homosexuality. There are clinics in China offer still offer "conversion therapy" to homosexuals.
Though most in China do not follow a monotheistic religion, unlike many countries with low acceptance of homosexuality, many parts of society still hold conservative views on social issues. One of the activists who spoke to The Daily Beast, Charlene Liu, Shanghai Pride organizer, emphasized this: "The family culture--being able to start a family, getting married, having children to carry on the family name--that itself is one of the biggest issues in the country. And that leads to a whole set of different issues like, do I go into a marriage of convenience, do I become a single parent, and so on."
However, a study conducted by Peking University in 2016 found that 58 percent of gay and straight Chinese people felt that LGBT people were ostracized by their families. In the same survey, just 15 percent of gay people said they had come out to their families, and fewer than half said that had gone well.
Though homosexuality is not illegal, the state does in some ways restrict LGBT visibility. China's strict censorship laws extend to film--as well as political censorship, cutting scenes that portray the government in an unflattering light, the authorities have removed scenes depicting homosexuality, for instance, Michael Fassbender's gay alien kiss was cut out of the movie Alien: Covenant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.