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Q: Know who Nathan Rich is? Is he payrolled?

Was just watching a Youtube (you know, kind of a web site where people can upload videos) 

He is dicussing the view some has that it's fair US bans some phone company because China has banned some social media site. And he says this isn't really a sane comparison. And I tend to agree if it's just those two companies. But the list of banned companies is just much much longer than one. 

5 weeks 13 hours ago in  General  - China

 
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Nathan Rich was supposedly a brain washed stockholm syndrome victim of scientology and escaped its clutches and wrote a book about it.

 

Some how he got hooked up in Hollywood for special effects with science fiction since scientology follows those theories, was a good match for an occupation.

 

Since China wants to be hollywood also they brought nathan over and did some movie everybody said was good that i have not watched, in the process of making a box office hit in CHina, he gets the royal treatment and only sees the good side of China and now has become a moughpiece for Pro china like he used to be a mouthpiece for scientology, so he has a new master but he thinks its his choice. The guy is covered in tatoos and bald headed, so his job does fit his appearance, not sure he could do or be hired to do anything else. He has consistently attacked other china vloggers on you tube and learned the language and writes it as well. I don't know if he is getting paid or does for good graces for future movie production money, but his sudden notoriety in China is suspect.

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I heard about him not through a china vlogger but a censorship vlogger. At one point I think he had close to a million subs. And then it seems YouTube kept deleting his subs. I'm not sure why, im thinking it was because most Chinese where using a vpn and that had something to do with it. And then I heard he had a criminal record for drug offenses. He does seem to shill for china though. It could just be he loves china. I mean it spent the time to learn the language quite well.

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