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  • Chinese-American Mom Says Common Core Is Just Like Education in Communist China

    12/01/2014 8:49:21 PM PST · by PROCON · 42 replies
    pjmedia ^ | Nov. 30, 2014 | Paula Bolyard
    "Do you just want your kids to be test machines and cheap workers for corporations?"Lily Tang Williams, a mother of three, testified before the Colorado State Board of Education that Common Core was similar to the education she received growing up in Mao’s Communist China. “Common Core, in my eyes, is the same as the Communist core I once saw in China,” Williams said. “I grew up under Mao’s regime and we had the Communist-dominated education — nationalized testing, nationalized curriculum, and nationalized indoctrination.” In a post at FreedomWorks, Williams wrote about her experience with the Chinese education system: Our...
  • Happy Birthday, Chairman Mao?

    01/03/2014 8:57:40 AM PST · by Kaslin · 9 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 3, 2014 | Diana West
    The reporting on China's commemoration of the 120th birthday of Mao Zedong all seemed to come from the same angle. Festivities were "understated" (AP). Events were "scaled back" (Reuters). The following headline, which ran on the Fox News website over the AP story, is typical: "China marks Mao's 120th birthday with low-key celebrations." The story opens: "China's leaders bowed three times before a statue of Mao Zedong on the 120th anniversary of his birth Thursday in carefully controlled celebrations that also sought to uphold the market-style reforms that he would have opposed." Forget for now the "market-style reforms." Only...
  • Mass Murderer Mao Made "Mistakes," Chinese Regime Admits

    12/27/2013 4:44:03 PM PST · by VitacoreVision · 19 replies
    The New American ^ | 26 December 2013 | Warren Mass
    When the Chinese regime remembered the 120th anniversary of Mao Zedong's birth on December 26, it was to celebrate, not condemn, his role in history — though the regime did at least acknowledge that Mao had made "mistakes." Mass Murderer Mao Made "Mistakes," Chinese Regime Admits The New American 26 December 2013 Mao Zedong, the founder of communist China, was responsible for the murder of tens of millions of his fellow Chinese. But not surprisingly, when the Chinese regime remembered the 120th anniversary of his birth on December 26, it was to celebrate, not condemn, his role in history....
  • OREGON: Govt. official: those who resist “gay” marriage must be “rehabilitated”

    08/19/2013 2:03:02 AM PDT · by markomalley · 25 replies
    "Hold high the great red banner of Mao Zedong Thought--thoroughly smash the rotting counterrevolutionary revisionist line in literature and art" - 1967 During the Cultural Revolution in China (1966-1976 – the time when the greatest damage was being done in the name of the Spirit of Vatican II) people were bullied into rejection of the sì jiù, the Four “Olds”: Old Customs, Old Culture, Old Habits, and Old Ideas.  The Four Olds were equated with monsters and demons, “cow ghosts and snake spirits”, that had to be purged.The conforming hoards, taken up in a frenzy of fear and zeal, marched in...
  • Fan of Chairman Mao to help Tory leader Cameron

    04/28/2010 6:11:57 PM PDT · by neverdem · 7 replies · 240+ views
    pajamasmedia.com ^ | April 28, 2010 | Roger Kimball
    Yes, that’s right, possums, Anita Dunn, former Obama aide who told a group of high school students that Mao Tse Tung was one of her two favorite political philosophers [1], has been hired by Tory hopeful David Cameron [2] to help him prep for tomorrow’s televised debate with Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown. The British election hangs in the balance. Ms. Dunn had helped Obama “de-posh” himself during the campaign, showing him how to mimic looks of concern and concentration, how and when to frown, when to smile, and the makeover seemed to work. At any rate, Obama won. Can...
  • O’Reilly: Former Obama adviser Anita Dunn’s PR firm representing Sandra Fluke

    03/08/2012 9:18:10 PM PST · by smoothsailing · 40 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 3-8-2012 | Jeff Poor
    O’Reilly: Former Obama adviser Anita Dunn’s PR firm representing Sandra Fluke Jeff Poor March 3, 2012 Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke is being represented by a former Obama adviser’s PR firm, Bill O’Reilly explained on his Thursday night program “The O’Reilly Factor,” suggesting that the young woman was indirectly planted at the center of the contraception controversy by the Obama administration... .............. O’Reilly went on to reveal that SKDKnickerbocker, a PR agency whose managing director is former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn, is now representing Fluke. Dunn is perhaps best known for her attack on Fox News and for...
  • Yang Jisheng: The man who discovered 36 million dead

    11/26/2012 3:53:26 PM PST · by BlueDragon · 29 replies
    BBC News World ^ | 20 November 2012 | Raul Mason
    In the era whose secret he uncovered, a journalist's office would have looked just like the one where Yang Jisheng works now. The tiled floor, the grimy window panes, the desk piled two feet high with papers, envelopes and books. The Mao-era radiators. The cigarette ash and the dust. Under Mao Zedong, Yang's good fortune was to find a job as a reporter with China's state-run Xinhua news agency. His misfortune had been to see his father die of hunger in 1961, at the height of the famine that killed an estimated 36 million people: "When my dad died, I...
  • China’s Worst Self-Inflicted Environmental Disaster: The Campaign to Wipe Out the Common Sparrow

    07/18/2012 6:46:59 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 9 replies
    IO9 ^ | July 18, 2012 | George Dvorsky
    China’s Worst Self-Inflicted Environmental Disaster: The Campaign to Wipe Out the Common Sparrow Back in the 1950s, China was going through its Great Leap Forward, an effort to transform China from a largely agrarian nation to a thriving industrial Marxist powerhouse. These sweeping (and often brutal) reforms, touched virtually every facet of Chinese life — and as one particular episode in China's history points out, the animal kingdom was also far from immune. In 1958, China ordered the extermination of several pests, including sparrows — an ill-fated campaign that eventually led to catastrophe. The Four Pests campaign Chinese leader Mao...
  • Atheist Communists slaughtered more than 100 Million people in the last century

    05/16/2012 11:05:31 AM PDT · by Milagros · 30 replies
    Book ^ | 2009 | Harold Eberle
    Harold Eberle: "Christianity Unshackled: Are You A Truth Seeker," Destiny Image Publishers, 2009 Stalin was responsible for about 20 million deaths and Mao Zedong's regime for approximately 70 million.  Pol Pot, who led the Communist Party faction known as the Khmer Rouge, killed over 1.5 million of his own Cambodian people.6 Add to these numbers the atrocities committed by Soviet dictators like Lenin, Khrushchev, and Brezhnev. Also add atheists like Fidel Castro and Kim Jong-il. All total, atheistic regimes have slaughtered more than 100 million people within the last 100 years. That averages to more than 1 million people per year....
  • NC governor recommends suspending democracy to focus on jobs

    09/27/2011 2:01:44 PM PDT · by Bed_Zeppelin · 235 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 9/27/2011 | Matthew Boyle
    As a way to solve the national debt crisis, North Carolina Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue recommends suspending Congressional elections for the next couple of years. “I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won’t hold it against them, whatever decisions they make, to just let them help this country recover,” Perdue said at a rotary club event in Cary, North Carolina, according to the Raleigh News and Observer. “I really hope that someone can agree with me on that.” Perdue said she thinks that temporarily halting elections would allow members...
  • Monumental Hubris (Chinese laborers worked on MLK memorial)

    09/07/2011 7:13:47 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 19 replies
    Human Events ^ | September 5, 2011 | Daniel J. Flynn
    Will work for national honor. We don’t know if the Chinese stonemasons who built the new Martin Luther King memorial got the job by shoving a sign bearing that message into the faces of its overseers. We know only that unpaid, nonunion, foreign nationals built the massive shrine on the Mall. They toiled for “national honor” and “to bring glory to the Chinese people,” one of them explained to an investigator hired by the DC-area stonemasons promised the job. Happy Labor Day! Martin Luther King died in Memphis supporting a strike by the city’s garbagemen. So it’s not a stretch...
  • Sidney Rittenberg: Chairman Mao's favourite American (off and on)

    06/30/2011 7:15:22 PM PDT · by decimon · 9 replies
    BBC ^ | June 30, 2011 | Michael Bristow
    As China's Communist Party marks its 90th birthday, one man has a unique perspective - an 89-year-old American ex-Communist who spent 35 years in China and rubbed shoulders with Chairman Mao.Sidney Rittenberg has lived a life usually seen only in Hollywood movies. As a young man, he turned his back on the country of his birth, the United States, and threw in his lot with China's fledgling communist party. He personally knew the revolutionary leader Mao Zedong, spent time in solitary confinement after being accused of spying and, disillusioned, finally returned to America following a second stint in prison. >...
  • Ex-President Chen suing Obama, Gates

    01/10/2011 9:14:03 PM PST · by Rabin · 6 replies
    The China Post news ^ | September 23, 2009 | David Young
    Mao Zedong proclaimed the People's Republic on October 1, 1949, as Chiang Kai-shek (CKS) "moved" the Nationalist Chinese government from Nanjing to Taiwan. Chiang's regime continued to rule the island “province” of Taiwan for the Americans... The peace Treaty of San Francisco was signed in 1951 at the height of the Korean War. President Harry S. Truman, declaring the neutralization of the Taiwan Strait at the onset of the war in Korea… Neither the People's Republic (Mao) nor the Republic of China (CKS) on Taiwan participated in the San Francisco peace conference. They did not sign the peace treaty.
  • Who holds the title of 'Greatest Mass Murderer in History?' (The winner is ....)

    09/17/2010 10:15:56 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 63 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 09/17/2010 | Rick Moran
    And the winner is... Mao Zedong, founder of the People's Republic of China, qualifies as the greatest mass murderer in world history, an expert who had unprecedented access to official Communist Party archives said yesterday.Speaking at The Independent Woodstock Literary Festival, Frank Dikötter, a Hong Kong-based historian, said he found that during the time that Mao was enforcing the Great Leap Forward in 1958, in an effort to catch up with the economy of the Western world, he was responsible for overseeing "one of the worst catastrophes the world has ever known".Mr Dikötter, who has been studying Chinese rural history...
  • Founder of today’s China killed 45 million of his own people(in 4 yrs)

    09/17/2010 5:04:29 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 48 replies
    Tibetan Review ^ | 09/05/10
    Founder of today’s China killed 45 million of his own people (TibetanReview.net, Sep05, 2010) Recently declassified Chinese Communist Party archives show that the Great Helmsman, Chairman Mao Tsetung's regime cased the greatest "man-made famine" the world has ever seen, reported the ANI news service Sep 3, citing a new publication from Hong Kong. Mao's Great Famine, by Frank Dikotter, Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong, is reported to show that 45 million Chinese people were killed between 1958 and 1961. Chinese propaganda posters of the late 1950s show smiling young workers marching jubilantly towards unity under the...
  • Red China: Chinese think tank warns US it will emerge as loser in trade war

    09/14/2010 1:44:53 PM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 126 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 9/14/2010 | Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
    A State Council think-tank in China has warned Washington that the US will come off worst in a trade war if it imposes sanctions against Beijing over the two nations' currency spat. Ding Yifan, a policy guru at the Development Research Centre, said China could respond by selling holdings of US debt, estimated at over $1.5 trillion (£963bn). This would trigger a rise in US interest rates. His comments at a forum in Beijing follow a string of remarks by Chinese officials questioning US credit-worthiness and the reliability of the dollar. China's authorities seem split over how to respond to...
  • Lessons From Failed Cold War Spy Mission in China

    06/20/2010 10:44:06 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 7 replies · 1+ views
    AP ^ | ROBERT BURNS
    Detail by painful detail, the CIA is coming to grips with one of the most devastating episodes in its history, a botched cloak-and-dagger flight into China that stole two decades of freedom from a pair of fresh-faced American operatives and cost the lives of their two pilots. In opening up about the 1952 debacle, the CIA is finding ways to use it as a teaching tool. Mistakes of the past can serve as cautionary tales for today's spies and paramilitary officers taking on al-Qaida and other terrorist targets. At the center of the story are two eager CIA paramilitary officers...
  • Its Mao or never... (Video)

    11/22/2009 1:47:20 PM PST · by mainestategop · 1 replies · 332+ views
    Scary video including quotes from Obama's own Tsars supporting one of hisotorys biggest butchers.
  • The Mao The Merrier

    11/16/2009 5:16:17 PM PST · by Kaslin · 6 replies · 554+ views
    Investors.com ^ | November 16, 2009
    Officials: Anita Dunn may be leaving with her little red book, but her husband enters as the next White House counsel, bringing experience in suppressing dissent, assaulting the First Amendment and limiting speech. Dunn, whose favorite philosophers include mass murderer Mao Zedong, was expected to leave after a short stint. She rose to fame as chief strategist for former Senate majority leader, now national health care guru, Tom Daschle. While serving as White House communications director, she was the commanding general of the administration "war" on Fox News. Like her philosophical mentor, Mao, and her colleague, FCC diversity czar Mark...
  • Obama Czar [Bloom] Agrees With Mao, Too, and Thinks Free Market is "Nonsense"

    10/19/2009 9:43:54 PM PDT · by Pacothecat · 183 replies · 8,575+ views
    Breitbart.TV ^ | 10/19/09 | Naked Emperor News
    Obama Czar Agrees With Mao, Too, and Thinks Free Market is "Nonsense" http://www.breitbart.tv/obama-czar-agrees-with-mao-too-and-thinks-free-market-is-nonsense/ Breitbart.TV and Naked Emperor News
  • Chairman Mao Zedong ( Tse Tung ) hated gays and homosexuals

    10/20/2009 12:05:03 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 8 replies · 791+ views
    This comes from that bastion of conservatism.... Yeah, yeah, I know.... Newsweak: Gay Rights Gain Ground Around The Globe In China, the trend goes back to the climate of economic reform that took hold in the 1980s, ending the persecution of the era of Mao Zedong, who considered homosexuals products of the "moldering lifestyle of capitalism."
  • What would Mao do?

    10/20/2009 2:49:11 AM PDT · by markomalley · 15 replies · 839+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 10/20/2009
    White House Communications Director Anita Dunn told a group of high school students last June that former Chinese communist dictator Mao Zedong was one of her two favorite political philosophers, and you could tell she was speaking from the heart. Her earnest appeal to the teenagers to fight their own wars, as Mao had counseled when challenged within his own party, was clearly meant as a call to activism. "You fight your war and I'll fight mine," she quoted Mao as saying, because apparently Mao was all about personal choice. Of course, Mao's usual response to those who questioned his...
  • Cap-And-Trade For Babies? Holdren, Cal Your Office)

    10/19/2009 8:01:17 PM PDT · by raptor22 · 9 replies · 760+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | October 19, 2009 | IBD Editorial staffl
    Earth: An environmental writer mainstreams an idea floating around the green fringe — save the earth by population control and give carbon credits to one-child families. Are we threatened by the patter of little carbon footprints? New York Times environmental writer Andrew Revkin participated in an Oct. 14 panel discussion on climate change with other media pundits titled "Covering Climate: What's Population Got To Do With It?" People who need people they are not. In a recently rediscovered book, "Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment," co-authored with Malthus fans Paul and Anne Ehrlich, Holdren wrote that families "contribute to general social deterioration...
  • What would Mao do? White House press strategy is about absolute control

    10/19/2009 7:13:36 PM PDT · by Abakumov · 11 replies · 725+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | October 20, 2009 | Editorial
    "What would Mao do?" seems to be the guiding question in White House communications strategy. Miss Dunn bragged that during the 2008 presidential campaign, "very rarely did we communicate through the press anything that we didn't absolutely control." The Obama White House continues this drive for control using the tools of government, seeking to harness all means of communication and organize a Cultural Revolution Lite.
  • White House Doesn't Take Glenn Beck 'Very Seriously' Not sweating campaign against Anita Dunn

    10/16/2009 9:44:02 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 93 replies · 3,557+ views
    Newser ^ | October 16, 2009 | Staff
    Fox talking head Glenn Beck has White House communications director Anita Dunn in his crosshairs, but the administration isn't exactly sweating. "I caught some of that from the Glenn Beck show yesterday, but I don't think anybody takes it—takes his attacks very seriously," the deputy White House press secretary said today of Beck's vitriolic reaction to a video in which Dunn says Mao Zedong is one of her "favorite political philosophers." "We go day to day in this White House trying to ensure that people know the truth about the policies and programs and positions that the president holds, and...
  • 60 Years After Revolution, Mao's Popularity Surges in China

    10/05/2009 3:40:44 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 18 replies · 922+ views
    Fox News ^ | Dana Lewis | Monday, October 05, 2009
    It was once Chairman Mao Zedong's very famous, very wide family limousine. Oddly enough, the car is now owned by American Laurence Brahm — lawyer, author, and collector of all things related to Mao. "It's not easy to brake history and it's not easy to brake a Red Flag limousine either," Brahm jokes as he navigates the rusty car through a narrow Beijing street. Mao, the leader of China from the Chinese Revolutoon in 1949 until his death in 1976, has made a comeback in recent years. And it's not only in Laurence Brahm's trendy Beijing restaurant, the Red Capital...
  • Trevor Loudon, Exposing Obama's Marxist Web, on The Awakening

    09/28/2009 8:49:40 AM PDT · by unspun · 33 replies · 1,924+ views
    Sentinel Radio ^ | 9-28-2009 | Arlen Williams
    This Monday Night, 9/28/2009:What do Barack & Michelle Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Van Jones, David Axelrod, Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, Carol Browner, Ron Bloom, Hilda Solis, Samantha Power and Rosa Brooks have in common? TREVOR LOUDON bothers them a great deal -- because he blows their cover -- and he does it from New Zealand. We will have two hours to compare notes. And, listen for other Obamologists calling in. Stream it live, or listen/call in at (646) 727-2652 ~ 9-11pm ET,,, 6-8pm PT.
  • "Oba Mao" items popular with foreign tourists in Beijing

    09/28/2009 1:06:21 AM PDT · by Mount Athos · 5 replies · 858+ views
    CRI online ^ | 27, 2009
    A souvenir shop in the popular Houhai tourist area of Beijing has recently become quite famous because it is selling products with the image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face imprinted over that of China's late leader Mao Zedong, CCTV.com reports. T-shirts and pouches with the "Oba Mao" design, a creative idea by shop owner Liu Mingjie, have attracted the attention of many foreign tourists. "We usually sell souvenirs printed with historical figures," Liu said. "Oba Mao is my new creation. The souvenirs with this logo are quite popular among visitors, foreign tourists in particular." The shop has sold thousands...
  • Mao's grandson becomes youngest major-general in Chinese army(39 yrs old)

    09/25/2009 8:50:27 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 21 replies · 1,091+ views
    The Times (UK) ^ | 09/23/09 | Jane Macartney
    Mao's grandson becomes youngest major-general in Chinese army Jane Macartney in Beijing (afp) Mao Xinyu Chairman Mao’s grandson may be the very model of a modern major-general; possibly the youngest in all of the People’s Liberation Army. Speaking recently in his capacity as a researcher at the Academy of Military Sciences, and as an expert in Mao Zedong Thought, Mao Xinyu was introduced as a major-general. It was the first signal that the only known surviving heir in the male line from the Great Helmsman may have been promoted from senior colonel. His elevation, reportedly in June, makes the scion...
  • The Emperor Has No Clothes: Mao's Doctor Reveals the Naked Truth

    08/31/2009 6:16:48 AM PDT · by jdfromny · 11 replies · 1,798+ views
    foreignaffairs.com ^ | 11/04 | John E. Wills, Jr.
    Dr. Li Zhisui met Mao Zedong for the first time on April 25, 1955, late in the afternoon. The doctor had finished a busy day in his clinic, but Mao was just starting his day's work. On a wooden bed beside his indoor swimming pool, the chairman lounged "naked beneath an open terry-cloth robe . . . his lower body loosely covered by a towel." Dr. Li was impressed by Mao's healthy appearance: broad shoulders, a big belly, thick black hair, "skin like butter, delicate, and hairless." Dr. Li, summoned by the awesome and remote Great Leader, was nervous, but...
  • Obama's Other Controversial Church (Complete Article)

    06/14/2009 12:06:36 PM PDT · by greyfoxx39 · 11 replies · 1,605+ views
    American Thinker ^ | June 14, 2009 | Andrew Walden
    June 14, 2009Obama's Other Controversial ChurchBy Andrew Walden "This is a guy (former Weatherman terror-bomber Bill Ayers) who lives in my neighborhood ... the notion that somehow as a consequence of me knowing somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago - when I was 8 years old - somehow reflects on me and my values doesn't make much sense." -- Barack Obama on the Campaign trail, 2008 As President Obama prepared to commemorate D-Day, the Associated Press dug up old details and photos to write a warm fuzzy story about the WW2 service record of Obama's maternal grandfather...
  • Why National Day in China is not About Mao Zedong

    09/30/2008 9:33:34 PM PDT · by robertvance · 40 replies · 561+ views
    The China Teaching Web ^ | 10/1/2008 | Robert Vance
    Today is National Day in China. On this day, 49 years ago, Mao Zedong and the Communist Party of China founded the People's Republic of China with a ceremony at Tiananmen Square. For most Chinese people, however, this day is not about Chairman Mao nor is it about the triumph of the Communist Party. Today is a day of rest in China; this national holiday is an opportunity to travel or to spend time with friends. While the day may be politically charged in Beijing and some other big cities, most Chinese people that I know are not so interested...
  • Documents: Chairman Mao proposed sending 10 million Chinese women to US

    05/14/2008 5:28:26 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 75 replies · 191+ views
    ABS-CBN/Agence France-Presse ^ | February 13, 2008
    WASHINGTON - Chinese leader Mao Zedong proposed sending 10 million Chinese women to the United States, in talks with top envoy Henry Kissinger in 1973, according to documents released Tuesday. The powerful chairman of the Chinese Communist Party said he believed such emigration could kickstart bilateral trade but could also "harm" the United States with a population explosion similar to China, according to documents released Tuesday by the State Department on US-China ties between 1973 to 1976. In a long conversation that stretched way past midnight at Mao's residence on February 17, 1973, the cigar-chomping Chinese leader referred to the...
  • China: Vandal damages China's iconic Mao portrait(Xinjiang man probably responsible!)

    05/13/2007 2:41:50 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 13 replies · 806+ views
    Reuters ^ | 05/12/07
    Vandal damages China's iconic Mao portrait Sat May 12, 12:20 PM ET A vandal damaged the giant portrait of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong that hangs over the Forbidden City on Saturday, prompting police to clear the area and adjacent Tiananmen Square, witnesses said. Most of the picture was intact, but workers could be seen in a crane cleaning the lower left area of the huge portrait, which appeared damaged by soot after the vandal hurled a burning object at it. Police were swarming the area. Traffic could pass by, but Tiananmen, the symbolic heart of Communist China, was temporarily...
  • Words to Die By - A new series resurrects some of history’s bloodiest manifestos.

    02/20/2007 2:55:38 PM PST · by neverdem · 13 replies · 570+ views
    City Journal ^ | 20 February 2007 | John Kekes
    Virtue and Terror, by Maximilien Robespierre (Verso, 160 pp., $14.95) and On Practice and Contradiction, by Mao Zedong (Verso, 160 pp., $14.95) These two books appear in a new series, “Revolutions,” published by Verso, a well-known British firm specializing in radical leftist gobbledygook. The books come with introductions by Slavoj Žižek, a Slovenian psychoanalyst and social theorist, who assaults both the English language and the intelligence of those who actually manage to figure out what he’s saying. If you think that’s harsh, here’s a representative Žižekian sentence: “The claim that the people does exist is the basic axiom of ‘totalitarianism,’...
  • Epoch Times Commentary on the Communist Party: On How the Chinese Communist Party Is an Evil Cult

    01/12/2006 4:53:30 PM PST · by Coleus · 9 replies · 450+ views
    Epoch Times Commentaries on the Communist Party - Part 8On How the Chinese Communist Party Is an Evil Cult The Epoch Times Dec 26, 2004 This is the eighth of Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.ForewordThe collapse of the socialist bloc headed by the Soviet Union in the early 1990s marked the failure of communism after almost a century. However, the CCP unexpectedly survived and still controls China, a nation with one fifth of the world’s population. An unavoidable question arises: Is the CCP today still truly communist? No one in today’s China, including Party members, believes in communism. After...
  • ANOTHER LIBERAL HOAX

    12/24/2005 9:34:00 PM PST · by george76 · 64 replies · 4,407+ views
    Michelle Malkin ^ | December 24, 2005 | AARON NICODEMUS
    You've probably heard about the UMass student who claimed that Department of Homeland Security agents visited him after he checked out Mao's Little Red Book from the library. Well, he has now admitted that he made the story up.
  • Mao: The Unknown Story (Amir Taheri)

    07/27/2005 8:45:32 PM PDT · by Straight Vermonter · 10 replies · 855+ views
    Asharq Alawsat ^ | 7/26/05 | Amir Taheri
    "The biggest Asian tiger!" "The new century's economic miracle!" "The next global superpower!" These are some of the clichés used to describe the People's Republic of China which, its Communist political structures notwithstanding, has experienced remarkable economic growth during the past four or five years. In a short time the People's Republic has emerged as the world's second largest importer of crude oil, just behind the United States, the biggest global exporter of textiles, and the world's largest manufacturer of a wide-range of cheap consumer goods. According to some estimates, China, whose population will reach a staggering 1.5 billion people...
  • China:Gu Yue,'Mao Zedong on Screen,' is Dead (Mao dies again)

    07/05/2005 8:51:48 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 6 replies · 673+ views
    Yonhap News ^ | 07/05/05 | Cho Sung-dae
    /begin my summaryChina:  Gu Yue, 'Mao Zedong on Screen,' is Dead(Beijing, Yonhap News) correspondent Cho Sung-dae -- Gu Yue, an elder Chinese actor, called 'Mao Zedong on Screen,' died of heart attack in San-sui City, Guangdong Province, on July 2nd. He was 68 years old. After Mao's death, for 28 years beginning in 1978, he has played Mao Zedong (on screen.) While staying in San-sui, he suddenly developed trouble in breathing and had heart attack, and was sent to a hospital immediately. However, he was pronounced dead upon arrival, Chinese media reported on July 5th.  /snip.... Born in Han-kou, Hubei Province, he joined army in 1949. After Mao's death in 1976, he was...
  • CCTV Speech by the Grandson of Mao Zedong (Soviet Union, China made greatest contributions to WWII.)

    05/15/2005 10:00:06 AM PDT · by kevin_in_so_cal · 10 replies · 657+ views
    The Epoch Times ^ | May 14, 2005
    Mao Zedong’s grandson, recently a guest on a television show memorializing the end of World War II, shocked audiences by blatantly promoting communism under the guise of historical research. Dr. Mao Xinyu, Mao Zedong’s grandson, was invited to speak on a program commemorating the end of World War II airing on the government controlled television station, CCTV. The program, International Observation, broadcasted the 60th anniversary celebrations marking the end of World War II in Europe on May 7. Dr. Mao told audiences that based on his research, the countries who had made the greatest contributions to World War II were...
  • China:Member of China’s notorious Gang of Four dies(Zhang Chunqiao)

    05/10/2005 9:33:30 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 3 replies · 250+ views
    Member of China’s notorious Gang of Four dies BEIJING, May 10 (Reuters) Zhang Chunqiao, a member of China’s notorious Gang of Four led by the wife of Chairman Mao Zedong, died of cancer last month, Xinhua news agency said on Tuesday in the first official word in decades on a man previously thought by many to have been dead for years. Zhang had been on medical parole since January 1998 and had died on April 21, Xinhua said without giving further details. He was 88. Members of the Gang of Four were arrested in a bloodless coup one month after...
  • N. Korea: China website highlights early DPRK-China tensions (commie infighting) China-NK relations

    03/25/2005 9:49:21 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 5 replies · 433+ views
    North Korea zone ^ | 03/25/05 | Michael Rank
    China website highlights early DPRK-China tensions China-NK relations by Michael Rank If you're a Great Leader it can feel a little uncomfortable having another Great Leader on your doorstep, and a very interesting report in Chinese highlights intense rivalry between Mao Zedong and Kim Il-sung in the 1950s and 60s. This short report says North Korea took part in “underground activities” against China's Korean minority after the Korean war in order to instill in them a “fatherland concept and ideology of the leader”, telling them their fatherland was the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and their leader was General Kim...
  • A Commie Christmas Gift

    01/06/2004 1:00:58 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 161+ views
    Joseph Sobran column ^ | 12-23-03 | Sobran, Joseph
    A Commie Christmas Gift December 23, 2003 Christmas this year is brightened by the news that nominally Communist China has taken a big step toward enshrining private property rights in its constitution. For some reason it reminds me of a Christmas story told by the late Leonard Read, a champion of property rights and market economics. One year, on the day before Christmas, Read greeted his heavily laden mailman and asked him how he was doing. The man groaned, “Worst day we’ve ever had!” Later that day Read went to a local store for a bit of last-minute shopping. It...
  • Woman looks back at Cultural Revolution

    12/28/2003 11:21:25 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 6 replies · 185+ views
    Valley Press ^ | December 28, 2003 | SHANNA STOREY
    The first thing one notices about Qin Xiao-meng is her warm smile, set upon a face that reflects a sense of peace and fulfillment. It is not outwardly apparent that the 80-year-old woman suffered years of hardship and persecution during China's tumultuous Communist Cultural Revolution, from 1966 to 1976. She was branded a "bourgeois authority" for her career as an English professor. The revolution also affected her husband and oldest brother, accused of being spies, and her father, whose life work was taken away by revolutionary rebels. And there are more stories, many more. Qin's "Heartbeats and Heartaches: Memoirs of...
  • Mao returns to haunt and comfort his people

    12/26/2003 7:48:09 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 4 replies · 912+ views
    Guardian ^ | December 27, 2003 | Jonathan Watts
    The cult of Mao Zedong re-emerged with a bang and a flash yesterday as tens of thousands of worshippers paid homage in the "great helmsman's" hometown to mark the 110th anniversary of his birth. In a remarkable display of idolatry for an atheist nation, visitors burned incense and lit bonfires of offerings before bowing deeply before a huge golden statue of the former party chairman, whose presence is growing stronger nearly 28 years after his death. From midnight to early afternoon, revellers set off tonnes of deafening firecrackers and fireworks in a spontaneous festival to celebrate Mao's birth. Most appeared...
  • Mao Writings Mined for Tips on Capitalism

    12/25/2003 7:54:33 PM PST · by the invisib1e hand · 101+ views
    AP via Yahoo! ^ | Wed Dec 24, 8:50 AM ET | CHRISTOPHER BODEEN
    SHANGHAI, China - He dismissed capitalists as "running dogs," banned private property and sent millions to prison camps — or worse — for showing an interest in making money. But now an incongruous new identity beckons for Mao Zedong: management guru. With the 110th anniversary of his birth on Friday, books, articles and seminars are mining Mao's struggles and writings for tips on how to get ahead in business, melding a national interest in his life with China's modern craze for making money. The Communist Party is pitching in, publishing four volumes on Mao as a guerrilla problem-solver. "Mao offers...
  • Mao Zedong Thought in Chinese university students' eyes

    12/18/2003 11:58:19 AM PST · by Dr. Marten · 14 replies · 439+ views
    People Daily ^ | 12.18.03
      Mao Zedong Thought in Chinese university students' eyes Nowadays, in China's universities, the film "Infernal Affairs" from Hong Kong, the pop band "F4" from Taiwan and bluetooth cell phone are the hot topics among students born in the 1980s. However, when trying to express their firm stand, studnets still like to say "swear by Chairman Mao." In fact, the influence of Mao Zedong, who was born 110 years ago, on the youth is not merely represented in what they say. Cheng Haowen, an astronomic major at Nanjing University in east China's Jiangsu Province said that what is precious in...
  • 30 Years After Recognizing China (1972) - Did Kissinger's Diplomacy Do More Good Than Harm?

    10/09/2002 9:50:50 AM PDT · by jstone78 · 17 replies · 297+ views
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    Nixon made his famous trip to China 30 years ago, although the anniversary was several months ago (February?). In the process of opening up to China, Taiwan, one of America's very best friends, was tossed aside like a gum wrapper. Taiwan is now a democracy. Was Kissinger's diplomacy in the Middle East, Rhodesia, South America, USSR and Vietnam a success?
  • China: Red Menace, or Misread?

    10/08/2002 11:09:00 AM PDT · by Conagher · 20 replies · 324+ views
    Business Week online ^ | JULY 29, 2002 | Bruce Einhorn
    <p>Before September 11, the Bush Administration seemed to be treating China as one of the biggest threats that the U.S. faced worldwide. There was the incident of the U.S. spy plane that went down on China's Hainan Island as well as President Bush's talk about doing whatever it takes to defend Taiwan from Chinese aggression. Republicans talked about treating China as a competitor rather than as the partner envisioned by former President Bill Clinton.</p>