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<<Gosh, he sure was!>>
This statement is expected from a Bourgeois and an Imperialist mind-set only.
Your English vocabulary is impressively strong however, your KNOWLEDGE on many issue (especially international politics) needs
some brush-up here and there.
All these facts quoted by you in your text about Chairman Mao (obtained by surfing a biased site) can be easily brushed aside for they
are a right-wing/Bourgeois/Imperialist propaganda only.
I would suggest refer them to a local Chinese Consulate and see what replies you receive. 
Best regards all.
Syed Faiz Ahmad; MEngg, MASCE
Senior Structural Engineer
Saudi Oger Ltd
P.O. Box: 1449
Saudi Arabia
Cell: +966-508-169304
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P.S: You're calling Chairman Mao an idiot which is very cruel thing to do. In my humble opinion, he was a great leader revered

       not only by the Chinese alone but the leaders and common man of the world at large. I think he was more visionary

       than many that we have endured listening to and watching helplessly in recent years.  


Gosh, he sure was!

I mean, he’d see an entire village of peasants, and “envision” them working as slaves for the rest of their life, toiling for the good of the State through forced collectivization of his farms (a few of them might have been killed along the way, but what’s progress without a little sacrifice on the part of the “little people”?)

Oh, and he’d envision scores of “erring” peasants who had not quite gotten with the program, would see them in his mind’s eye, sitting quietly in leg-irons and manacles in the re-education camps across China where they could learn “right-thinking” and become productive members for the State once again (or line the rice fields with their rotting corpses fertilizing the crops, whichever).


Why, he was the forward-thinking visionary who brought his country such notable events as:

1.     Rural purges, 1946-49: 2-5M deaths

2.     Urban purges, 1950-57: 1M

3.     Great Leap Forward: 20-43M

4.     Cultural Revolution: 2-7M

5.     Labor Camps: 20M

6.     Tibet: 0.6-1.2M

TOTAL: 44.5 to 72M DEAD

That Mao, what a guy!