Chinese Condemn Regime Officials’ Visit to Mao Memorial
On December 26, seven Standing Committee members of the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Political Bureau and Japanese
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, coincidently paid homage to the
souls of sinners responsible for death of tens of millions.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe visited the
Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo.
Yasukuni Shrine honors the spirits of many convicted
Japanese war criminals during WWII.
Whereas members of the top leadership of the CCP paid
homage to the late leader Mao Zedong’s cemetery in Beijing.
During the war in China in 1930s to 1940s, Japanese troops
caused 30 million Chinese casualties.
Mao Zedong launched a three-year civil war in the 1940s
against the Kuomintang government and caused casualties
several times the number that the Japanese war caused.
Since the ruling of the Communist Party, Mao’s political
movements have caused 80 million Chinese die from
hunger and persecution.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni Shrine was
strongly protested and condemned by the CCP.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said it is
The CCP homage to the tyrant ruler Mao, who conducted the
largest murder in the history of mankind, has also been
condemned by the Chinese.
The Chinese write on the Internet: Japan needs to apologize
for killing tens of millions of foreign people.
Doesn’t the one who kills tens of millions of his own people
need to apologize?
Mao’s Quotations Demonstrate the Communist Party Scam
While the regime paid homage at Mao’s cemetery, an online
posting exposes the Communist scam by comparing Mao
Zedong’s quotations and the governing of the CCP since 1949.
On December 26, an article titled “Quotations from Chairman
Mao" was made available on Sina Weibo.
It stated that Mao talked about: “democratically elected
government", “freedom of speech, press"
Assembly and association …… is a political power,"
“Governing is a national affair, and not a party or faction affair"
and “only by allowing the people to supervise will
the government work."
However, since the Communist rule, none of these have been
realized, be it the democratic elections, freedom of speech,
constitution, political parties or people’s supervision.
A netizen, Chenshan Zhang sir, comments: “The 1949 argument
is a delusion. In fact, it has been confirmed as lies."
Wife of Zhao Ziyang Dies in Beijing
Liang Boqi, widow of Zhao Ziyang, died on December 25 in
a Beijing hospital.
Zhao’s children issued the obituary on Dec.26th saying that
the 95-year-old Liang Boqi has passed away peacefully
at Beijing Hospital, accompanied by his family.
A private funeral will be arranged by the families following
Liang Boqi’s wishes, with no public memorial arrangements.
Former secretary of Zhao Ziyang, Bao Tong, told Radio Free
Asia that due to his sensitive identity, in order not to affect
the funeral, he would not attend the memorial ceremony,
but will send a wrath to the memorial.
Chinese veteran journalist Gao Yu indicates the concern with
Mrs. Zhao’s death is their home in central Beijing.
Reuters reported that since the death of Zhao Ziyang in 2005,
his unburied remains have been kept at home because no final
resting place had been found.
Sources told Reuters where the remains will go and if the
children will be forced to move out of the house are unknown.