Mao Zedong

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Time to Call out the Most Evil Act of Mass Murder Since Hitler, Stalin and Mao Zedong

I don't mean to say, "I told you so." But ... I told you so. Check the records. Check the archives of my national radio show, "Wayne Allyn Root: Raw & Unfiltered," on USA Radio Network. Check my hundreds of newspaper columns and online commentaries. I said from day one, in early March 2020, as we knew a deadly pandemic was headed our way, that this China flu (aka COVID-19) was manmade in a Chinese biowarfare lab in Wuhan. I also said it seemed likely Dr. Anthony Fauci had used American taxpayer money to fund the creation of COVID-19. And I predicted we were experiencing a massive cover-up by China, the Chinese Communist Party, the World Health Organization, Fauci and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, simply because they'd all be on the hook for $10 trillion in damages.
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Vet-owned ‘American AF’ puts China-apologist John Cena as Mao Zedong, calls him ‘John Xina’ on new t-shirt

Veteran-owned apparel company American AF created a T-shirt depicting actor and WWE star John Cena as former Chinese Communist Leader and prolific murderer Chairman Mao Zedong, calling him “John Xina” in reference to current Chinese President Xi Jinping. The T-shirt was made to mock Cena for his recent video in which he apologized to China for calling Taiwan a country.
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Mao Zedong orders communist armies to prepare to cross Yangtze – archive, 1949

The Communist Peking radio said to-night that Mao Tse-tung, the Communist leader, had issued orders to the Communist armies to prepare for a general crossing of the Yangtze. His manifesto said:. I. Strike forward bravely with determination and completely wipe out all anti-democratic, reactionary Kuomintang forces on Chinese territory. 2....
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Malaysian Police Raided a Restaurant for Its Wallpaper of Mao Zedong

On Saturday, police officers showed up unannounced at a Chinese restaurant in Penang, Malaysia. The target of their raid? A wallpaper featuring Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong. In a Twitter video, the police officers are seen peeling the wallpaper off the wall. The move was apparently motivated by a public...
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