Oh another thing, talking positively about Pomeo and supporting the HK riots should work. Chinanet hates Pomeo more than "Jap bastards" at this point. There's not even that much Japanese hate anymore, most of these autists are degenerate weebs and have their waifus at their avatar while consuming NTR hentai, just like Gaydur.
@AltisticRight, mind you, Ralph's audience think the same as Pompeo and most likely support the HK rioters. You don't need to yell insults at China. Ralph's audience who think that China is responsible for Murica botching up their response to the plague, instead of well Murica, will do it on their own volition.
The censorship I encounter on the Chinese web is self censorship on the platform say Zhihu or Chinese Quora. I can't even criticise my own country (not from China), call self hating Uncle Chongs Bananas or 香蕉人 or call Indians 阿三. It is obvious that Zhihu not the state that is doing the censoring.
People think posting that silly banned words list will send the internet police knocking on the door or make the wumao lose his internet access. It doesn't work that way. It is more around the lines of having no results show when trying to search for terms on the ban list. Searching for the MMA fighter turned dissident 徐晓冬 on Bilibili for instance will yield no results. When you can't search for these terms, the less likely you will talk about them.
As for thinking that calling Xi Winnie the Pooh would offend the sensibilities of the Chinese state, I'd think that is a lie that the West convinced themselves to be true. Terms like Winnie the Pooh or indeed the Xinjiang Autonomous Region are not on the ban list.