Insight: Children of Mao's wrath vie ...

Insight: Children of Mao's wrath vie for power in China

There are 2 comments on the WTAX-AM Springfield story from Jun 22, 2012, titled Insight: Children of Mao's wrath vie for power in China. In it, WTAX-AM Springfield reports that:

Forty five years before ambitious Chinese politician Bo Xilai fell from power accused of flirting with Cultural Revolution extremism, he stood as a teenager in front of a baying crowd that accused him of defying Mao Zedong's campaign.

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#1 Jun 22, 2012
Interesting to read this tale of the endless brutality and violence, warlord struggles and fraudulent theories masking personal greed that has marked every tear of the history of the diseased Chinese Communist Party dictatorship.

The conclusion an average reader would logically reach is:

"Who cares WHICH of these scummy criminals wins the latest factional battle in the Chinese Communist Party. They are ALL shallow, crude scumbags that plague China like parasites. It is sad that the Chinese people have to suffer under such a twisted and sick regime, and the only real way for China to make progress is to toss out the lot of them and prosecute them for their many crimes against the people, so China can become a normal country and this sick system can never arise again."


#2 Jun 22, 2012
"At Number Four and other elite high schools, children of party officials were the core of students who threw themselves into Mao's initial movement and formed gangs of "Red Guards".

The Number Four students paraded teachers around the sports ground. Some mocked students lacking their "red" revolutionary pedigrees as "bastards." They built a jail, with a slogan written in blood on one of its walls, "Long live red terror".

Yet princelings often became victims of the next phase of the Cultural Revolution, when Mao turned on their parents. Bo's father was toppled. His mother killed herself in the hands of Red Guard radicals. Bo and two brothers spent years in jail.

"They experienced the Cultural Revolution from the very top to the very bottom," said Zhu, the former student, who is now a law professor at Renmin University in Beijing.

"But I don't think they ever lost their belief that they are privileged and deserve to have power," he added. "There was never any reflection on their misdeeds, they chose to dwell on only their own suffering.""

Yep, that's the real truth; the Chinese Communist Party scum are selfish criminals who have visited untold suffering and chaos on China and who don't give a damn about China or the Chinese people; they are mere thieves who have "fallen out" and squabble over who owns the slaves!

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