Skip to comments.‘Flesh banquets’ of China’s Cultural Revolution remain unspoken, 50 years on
Posted on 05/11/2016 7:28:12 PM PDT by OddLane
At the height of the frenzy of Chinas Cultural Revolution, victims were eaten at macabre flesh banquets, but 50 years after the turmoil began, the Communist Party is suppressing remembrance and historical reckoning of the era and its excesses.
Launched by Mao in 1966 to topple his political enemies after the failure of the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution saw a decade of violence and destruction nationwide as party-led class conflict devolved into social chaos.
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I thought this was common knowledge...
To anyone over 40...
China was an evil place in the 1960’s and 1970’s
It has actually come a long way
pupu platter is funny
Hero of today’s progressives.
Cream of Sum Yung Man?
One from column A and one from column B...
Obviously no fava beans and Chianti was served at the same time, or was there?
What the eff.
First time I saw a `Hunan Restaurant’ sign, I thought—WTF?
We always thought our local Chinese restaurant sold dog. On the menu was young chow fried rice.
And the great Republican statesman, Nixon, spit on the graves of his millions of victims. None of Obama’s disgusting subservience to petty dictators comes close to Nixon’s betrayal of American principle and the Chinese people. He legitimized the greatest killer in the history of the world. I have always considered Nixon the father of the modern GOP:a self-righteous coward who capitulated to evil without gaining a single concession and one who usurped the Constitution though chicanery and bribery.
#10. No. That was on the menu at the One Hung Low bar and grill in San Francisco.
#12.If your fried rice barked, you were right.
I’m over 60, and this the first time in my life I’ve seen it mentioned. I haven’t tried to seek out knowledge of atrocities.
Most revolutions (Protestant, French, Marxist), have involved sexual revolution and debauchery. Cf. Democrat party.
And what the Japanese did to the Chinese in Nanking in 1938-39 was probably the most gruesome slaughter of all in China.
“And what the Japanese did to the Chinese in Nanking in 1938-39 was probably the most gruesome slaughter of all in China.”
Nope, the Great Helmsman was worse.
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