In national poll after poll, Mao Zedong, forty years after his death, continues to be an iconic rock star in the eyes of the Chinese people. Many millions of Chinese go to Mao's hometown in Shaoshan, Hunan Province every year, to pay their respects to the man who fought for and won their freedom from Western tyranny and imperialism. Many millions more solemnly walk past the sarcophagus in his mausoleum on Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Obviously, they know something about the man that Euranglolanders (all the NATO countries, plus Australia and New Zealand) cannot see, or refuse to do so, thanks to 100 years of hysterical, foaming-at-the-mouth anticommunist propaganda, behind the Great Western Firewall.
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Sep 11, 2017