Glenn Beck has done it again!! He peeled off another layer of skin from The (RED) House Administration today …
Anita Dunn, The (Red) House Communications Director, went on CNN this past Sunday and for almost 10 minutes said this:
on his show today, Glenn shared this with us:
are we listening? does this mean that Van Jones was just the tip of the iceberg?
I’m afraid so and I’m in pain for my country. We’d better get them out of power as soon as we can or we will have no AMERICA.
In case we have forgotten Mao Tse Tung ….
Chairman Mao was no civilized philosopher, as least not in any normal person’s mind, anyone outside the propaganda and brainwashing of the Chinese Communist regime. He was a murderous, bloodthirsty tyrant, responsible for the misery and deaths of millions of people in Communist China (some sources say he was directly responsible for 40 million deaths, others say 70 million, and at least one source says it could have exceeded 100 million. Historians John King Fairbank and Merle Goldman, in the opening of their chapter on Mao Tse-Tung’s “Great Leap Forward,” in their 1998 book China: A New History, show that over the span of several decades, Chairman Mao’s oppressive influence and mandates, which included the indoctrination of millions of Chinese youth, were likely responsible for 1 – 3 million Chinese deaths, and the final number could be as high as 15 million deaths,. Fairbank was also a Harvard University history professor; Goldman, a professor emerita of Chinese history at Boston University).
Mao was anti-capitalism, anti-freedoms, anti-individualism… all concepts that are woven into the greatness of American philosophy, American life, and its Constitution. Mao has been referred to as “half man, half beast.”
Dunn’s romanticizing of Mao to high school students is repulsive.
From Mao’s “Combat Liberalism” (September 7, 1937), Selected Works, Vol. II, p. 33.
A Communist should have largeness of mind and he should be staunch and active, looking upon the interests of the revolution as his very life and subordinating his personal interests to those of the revolution; always and everywhere he should adhere to principle and wage a tireless struggle against all incorrect ideas and actions, so as to consolidate the collective life of the Party and strengthen the ties between the Party and the masses; he should be more concerned about the Party and the masses than about any individual, and more concerned about others than about himself. Only thus can he be considered a Communist.
From Mao’s “The Role of the Chinese Communist Party in the National War” (October 1938), Selected Works, Vol. II, p. 198.
At no time and in no circumstances should a Communist place his personal interests first; he should subordinate them to the interests of the nation and of the masses. Hence, selfishness, slacking, corruption, seeking the limelight, and so on, are most contemptible, while selflessness, working with all one’s energy, whole-hearted devotion to public duty, and quiet hard work will command respect.
(hat tip to Frugal Cafe Blog Zone)