Bringing Mao to Justice

Jun 19, 2011 Full story: The Epoch Times 92

A blogger depicts Mao kneeling with the words 'confess! or Repent!' Victims of Mao Zedong's 1957 Anti-Rightist Movement, former academics and intellectuals who are now senior citizens, are planning to file a class-action suit to bring the former Chinese communist dictator to justice.

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old china

Chengdu, China

#2 Jun 19, 2011
While they are at it they could bring class actions against Genghis Khan, Queen Victoria, Oliver Cromwell, etc, etc, etc.
Arun Nair

Denver, CO

#3 Jun 19, 2011
Mao--the greatest massmurderer of all times, even surpassing Hitler, Stain and Pol Pot.

And still the great power has his pighead over their currency notes ! Very poetic, indeed !! hahahahaha
ICON

New York, NY

#5 Jun 19, 2011
Depends on which side of the propaganda you're on.
ICON

New York, NY

#6 Jun 19, 2011
And if it comes from "Epoch Times" means it's Falun Gong, an outlawed sect.
Major Malfunction

UK

#7 Jun 19, 2011
old china wrote:
While they are at it they could bring class actions against Genghis Khan, Queen Victoria, Oliver Cromwell, etc, etc, etc.
What has Queen Victoria done ? It's not her fault that evil politicians slaughtered millions around the world to build an empire in her name is it ? she did not order them to do it ....
Major Malfunction

UK

#8 Jun 19, 2011
Arun Nair wrote:
Mao--the greatest massmurderer of all times, even surpassing Hitler, Stain and Pol Pot.
And still the great power has his pighead over their currency notes ! Very poetic, indeed !! hahahahaha
PROVE IT...! Just because somebody says so does not mean its true.
Major Malfunction

UK

#9 Jun 19, 2011
It's funny how this is coming from the falun gong ! it's not as if Mao persecuted the falun gong is it ? it just proves how deep the epoch times and the falun gong are in NED and CIA pockets.....
old china

Chengdu, China

#10 Jun 19, 2011
Major Malfunction wrote:
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What has Queen Victoria done ? It's not her fault that evil politicians slaughtered millions around the world to build an empire in her name is it ? she did not order them to do it ....
It'll all come out in the trial. I hope they execute her! That'll teach her not to do it again!
old china

Chengdu, China

#12 Jun 19, 2011
Major Malfunction wrote:
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PROVE IT...! Just because somebody says so does not mean its true.
While most Chinese people consider that Mao was flawed they still respect his contribution towards the development of modern China. The queues to his mausoleum are witness to that - nobody is bussing them in.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#13 Jun 19, 2011
Mao was a bad mark in the annals of Chinese history.
Deng Hsiao Ping was a great leader, he moved China forward.
old china

Chengdu, China

#14 Jun 19, 2011
Snowflake wrote:
Mao was a bad mark in the annals of Chinese history.
Deng Hsiao Ping was a great leader, he moved China forward.
I also prefer Deng but Mao also made his contribution and is greatly respected for it amongst the Chinese. The fact that I and others may find it strange does not make the contribution or the respect any the less.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#16 Jun 20, 2011
Mao was a power freak that had many good Chinese killed including those that help him in the Long March. In hia later years he was very paranoid about his rein of power and his wife was even worst than him. They kept China backwards for many years. Deng was the one that moved China forward to where it is today. Deng was a political prisoner under Mao .
old china

Chengdu, China

#17 Jun 20, 2011
Snowflake wrote:
Mao was a power freak that had many good Chinese killed including those that help him in the Long March. In hia later years he was very paranoid about his rein of power and his wife was even worst than him. They kept China backwards for many years. Deng was the one that moved China forward to where it is today. Deng was a political prisoner under Mao .
The Chinese still queue to pay their respect to Mao in T.Square so there is obviously something that you haven't picked up on. They don't queue to pay their respects to Deng. Why?
Major Malfunction

UK

#18 Jun 20, 2011
old china wrote:
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The Chinese still queue to pay their respect to Mao in T.Square so there is obviously something that you haven't picked up on. They don't queue to pay their respects to Deng. Why?
Probably because Mao came first...without Mao there would not be a Deng and politically they were polar opposites that belong to the same party.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#19 Jun 20, 2011
Major Malfunction wrote:
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PROVE IT...! Just because somebody says so does not mean its true.
Don't hold your breath Arun Nail never proves anything but yap

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#20 Jun 20, 2011
Snowflake wrote:
Mao was a bad mark in the annals of Chinese history.
Deng Hsiao Ping was a great leader, he moved China forward.
Most educated non educated Chinese would disagree with you. Without Mao, Deng couldn't do anything.
Major Malfunction

UK

#21 Jun 20, 2011
in my opinion Chou en lai is the best chinese leader the chinese never had, he protected people like Deng from the worst excesses of the cultural revolution... but sadly he was always in Maos shadow.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#22 Jun 20, 2011
Major Malfunction wrote:
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Probably because Mao came first...without Mao there would not be a Deng and politically they were polar opposites that belong to the same party.
You hit the nail on the head! Without Mao establishing a stable political environment, although with high cost, Deng won't be able to pratice the open door policy that led China to where we are now. in other words, without Mao fought off Western and Northern powers, China won't have an environment that stable enough for economic development and investment and so forth.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#24 Jun 20, 2011
Yes it is true Mao brought toughness to China fighting the Americans,VietNam,Korean and Russians, and Indians. People learn not to mess with China.
but Deng brought toughness and intelligence to China. The smartest of all the Chinese leaders was Chou En Lai, well educated, military expertise second to none and captivates an audience with his choice of words,timing and substance. Deng took a page from him. Zhou saved Mao numerous times that's why Zhou is the only one that can argue with Mao w/o getting executed.

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