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The Role of 'Educators'

Six04 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 10:40 PM
You forgot to mention that the Chinese people were subjects of decades of colonial abuse. They were starving in the streets and dying by the millions. That might of had something to do with the rise of communism too,
ranma2 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 11:30 PM
Colonial abuse?
dying by the millions due to colonialism?
Are you mad?

The Chinese government was incredibly corrupt. They were abusing their own people.
This is how communism grew.
Communism in China seek to destroy everything "traditional". They BURNED Shaolin temples!!!
Let me guess.. Shaolin was colonial??

The chinese people did not realize that they just jumped into the mouth of a monster.
Wanna compare numbers of how many died BEFORE and AFTER Chairman Mao come into power?
I doubt it.. would make you look stupid.
t-amberg Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 10:51 PM
Six04: it was a process, and part of that process is to starve the people, to make them dependent.. that is why Democrats embrace welfare, that is why a hostage is starved.. etc.. it makes the person weak (mind & body).

Here is some info that might help you: http://web.ku.edu/~eceurope/communistnationssince1917/ch9.html
t-amberg Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 10:51 PM
Six04: it was a process, and part of that process is to starve the people, to make them dependent.. that is why Democrats embrace welfare, that is why a hostage is starved.. etc.. it makes the person weak (mind & body).

Here is some info that might help you: http://web.ku.edu/~eceurope/communistnationssince1917/ch9.html
Many years ago, as a young man, I read a very interesting book about the rise of the Communists to power in China. In the last chapter, the author tried to explain why and how this had happened.

Among the factors he cited were the country's educators. That struck me as odd, and not very plausible, at the time. But the passing years have made that seem less and less odd, and more and more plausible. Today, I see our own educators playing a similar role in creating a mindset that undermines American society.

Schools were once thought of as places where a...