China : The Country Of Human Robots

Communism is not love. Communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy.

 

Mao Zedong

The tragedy of liberation, A history of the Chinese revolution

The tragedy of liberation, A history of the Chinese revolution is thoroughly researched. Although, this book is not everyone’s cup of tea.

 

A little bit of information about the Chinese history is required before you read this book.

 

In October 1949, Mao Zedong proclaimed the formation of the People’s Republic Of China in Beijing. 

 

Mao was the leader of the communist party of China, popularly renowned as chairman Mao.

 

He promised freedom, equality and social justice for the inhabitants of China. And people of China who had already seen the effects of horrifying civil war readily accepted Mao’s words.

 

They didn’t realized that Mao Zedong was master of words, especially when it comes to the policy of ‘Divide-and-Rule’.

 

Under Mao’s supervision the communist’s created an one-party state in China where they sought to control everyone but answerable to nobody. 

 

And to achieve this kind of totalitarian state, the cadres of the communist’s killed millions of people.

 

They had changed the thought process of ordinary Chinese people. Anything against the party was not acceptable.

 

Those who dared to speak were labelled as ‘counter-revolutionaries’, and they were killed mercilessly.

 

Mao Zedong was a loyal disciple of the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin .He copied him and the policies which the latter executed in the erstwhile Soviet Union

 

That’s why Mao never hesitated to kill his own people.

 

The author of this book has really done a great job by exposing the reality of the communist’s of China. 

 

Though, people like Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Benito Mussolini were considered as mass murderers but Mao Zedong was also second to none.

 

I will end with these lines of Gautam Buddha :-

 

‘Three things cannot be long hidden- The sun, the moon and the truth.’

 

My Ratings : ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4/5)

 

I hope you like this, Thanks for reading, Jai Hind.

 

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Yash Sharma

Namaste reader, My name is Yash, and books for me are like a medicine, which removes my ignorance and also helps me in behaving more like a human.Though I live in the world’s largest democracy, India, but when I look around, I realized that this democratic nation of mine has turned into a kind of feudal oligarchy or kleptocracy, where people from a particular community or I would say particular surname has hijacked this democracy, and the political parties in India has turned itself into a kind of family enterprises where the family members are the only shareholders. And I want to change this, and books are a weapon which is helping me, so that I can help others and my nation.Shukriya for reading this Thought of mine.

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10 Responses

  1. Aishwarya says:

    I appreciate that you tried to give the readers a foresight into China’s history. A lot is said and heard about the MAOISTS in our country too but only a handful of people know about it’s roots. I am sure that your review will make people look forward and know more about how it all started and what it actually is.

  2. Anil Prajapati says:

    The history of China’s diplomacy is very old

  3. Mamta says:

    I liked the way you highlighted the Chinese history. It gives a brief knowledge and it will sure enhance the curiosity among the readers who really wants to know more about it..

  4. Grishma says:

    Really liked the way you’ve put forward a detailed info.

  5. Tyra says:

    Thanks Yash for refreshing our minds about Chinese history. Seems bringing me back to High School days when teacher discussed in the class and look back what stated in the book..keep it up!!!

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