Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Get Ready To Struggle!

In 1960's China, "The Cultural Revolution" unleashed untold violence and death on millions of Chinese who were considered traitors to the cause of the Communist Party. In the wake of the "Great Leap Forward," which killed by some estimates as many as 50 million Chinese and which was a great example of an "oxymoronically" named campaign, Mao decided that there were too many traitors in China's midst. The traitors, or counter-revolutionaries as Mao dubbed them, needed to be excised from society for the good of the country.