Thursday, October 1, 2009
This is just plain wrong. There’s no way the Empire State Building should be lit in red and gold in honor of the Communist Revolution seizing power in China sixty years ago. Here’s why:
On October 1, 1949, sixty years ago, Mao Tse Tung, proclaimed victory in the Chinese Civil War proclaiming the establishment of the People’s Republic of China, a totalitarian dictatorship based on the political philosophy of hard core communism.
The Communist Chinese were actively involved in the Korean War KILLING US soldiers and installing the dictatorship of North Korea.
The Communist Chinese consistently have sold arms and supported hostile interests against the United States as shown today with their support of Iran.
The Communist Chinese butchered their own citizens demonstrating for human rights and democracy in Tiananmen Square in June, 1989 when on June 4, 1989, columns of tanks invaded the square violently putting down the peaceful demonstration for Chinese democracy.
Millions of Chinese citizens have been executed, starved to death, imprisoned, tortured, and held in dreadful poverty because of the Communist Chinese political system, its policies, and attempts to impose their rule.
The Communist Chinese have consistently brutally oppressed the Tibet population as shown by the Dali Llama living in exile.
The Communist Chinese threaten the world’s environment through their total disregard for environmental protection safeguards from their land use policies, lack of pollution control in industry and power generation, and water supply management.