Shaoyu Yuan: “We are still living under fascism”

Boston, Nov. 2, 2018, — United Nations Strategist, Shaoyu Yuan spoke during a conference at Northeastern University recently. Yuan received his B.A from Centre College, and currently pursuing his Master’s. He is conducting researches for the Institute of East Asian Studies, also serving as a consultant in World Art Center. Yuan talked about how there are three candidates on the ballot for U.S Senate, but only two are allowed to the debate stage in Massachusetts.

Yuan speaking at the conference

“We are still living under fascism”, says Yuan to the reporter. “The world is not much different with hundred years ago, people are still being oppressed, but only in a different way.”
What do you mean by a different way?

“Look, Fascism is about how dictatorial powers use forcible ways to suppress oppositions. In the beginning of 20th century, the Nazis used violence to keep people quiet. Today, we have the establishments in Massachusetts, through utilizing police officers and manipulating media to ‘mute’ those who know the truth and holds a different opinion with the mainstream thoughts.

Take the senate race for an example, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai is a legitimate candidate who runs as an independent, is being excluded from all three debates, which is just not fair. In 2010, a democratic candidate pulled a 3% support rate, and he was allowed on the debate stage, so why is this guy not allowed on the debate stage? Is it because he is not white? Or is it because he is running as an independent who has 4 degrees from MIT and knows the truth? Perhaps it’s both. The fact that these people are blocking the third voice which is neither blue or red, is nothing but a new form of fascism.”

How can this be avoided?

The founding fathers of this country did an amazing job. The idea of the separation of three branches of power is to prevent situation like this. Luckily, we still have many smart people out there that are willing to stand up and fight the corrupted. So, my way of avoiding this, it’s to support those who actually represent the people, and we the people, should never be blindfolded by the trivia, but to seek the real truth behind.
(This interview has been edited and condensed.)