China's mass surveillance and pervasive social controls are based on a rocket scientist's advocacy for "systems thinking"

In 1955, MIT- and Caltech-educated Qian Xuesen was fired from his job teaching at JPL and deported from the USA under suspicion of being a communist sympathizer; on his return to China, he led the country's nuclear weapons program and became a folk hero who is still worshipped today.

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