Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Comparison of Mao’s Liberation and Japanese Occupation

By George Chen Mao’s persecutions were highly selective. Except for those who perished in his great famine between 1958 to 1962, Mao’s victims were almost exclusively the best and brightest of every unit, from city to village, class to school, … Continue reading

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1947, the Bloody Land Reform is Definitely Mao’s Crime

Each village exterminated its most vigorous. Thus, the Chinese nation exterminated its most vigorous.

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How about one of these before Mao’s statue?

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He lives in our hearts — Reflections on Mao’s 120th Birthday.

毛主席永远活在我们心中.

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Persecution after Persecution–Reflections on Mao’s 120th Birthday

Mao exterminated the best and brightest of the Chinese population.

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Why China should bear the unbearable and avoid war at all cost

So that, some day, China may have a chance to produce marvellous individuals like Kepler, Galileo and Newton.

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The effects of Scientific War is Self-destruction. That is Why China should not build a navy

“The hegemony of Russia in Asia would not, to my mind, be in any way regrettable. Russia would probably not be strong enough to tyrannize as much as the English, the Americans, or the Japanese would do. Moreover, the Russians … Continue reading

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