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Hollywood To Glamorize Mao Tse-Tung

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Hollywood To Glamorize Mao Tse-Tung

By Staff
May 25, 2007

Hollywood filmmaker Steven North is causing controversy after announcing he is to make a positive portrayal of late Chinese dictator Mao Tse-Tung.

North, who produced the 2004 Tv adaptation of A Christmas Carol, is financing Challenging Heaven, a biopic of the Marxist leader, who ruled the Asian nation from 1945 until his death in 1976.

Human rights groups allege millions of people died under Mao's regime. And despite the controversy surrounding Mao's rule, North is set on making a positive portrayal of his life.

He says, "This is a very positive portrayal of Mao and we are hoping that once the script clears the approval process, China will come up with services and support."

Chinese author Jung Chang, who co-wrote Mao: The Unknown Story, fumes, "I am appalled, as I am sure will be all the Chinese who suffered and lost loved ones under Mao." (c) WENN

It is time for Americans to wake up. Americans who have been through the Federal Public Schools System will have a particular time of it, because, through no fault of their own, they have been indoctrinated with the globalist-controlled NEA's agendas. Anyone can wake up. I did. But waking up means learning how to think.

I just read two books which are both profound and far-reaching:

The Deliberate Dumbing-Down of America, by Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt.

For a nation that had been able to point with pride to extraordinary advances in all areas of endeavor carried out by individuals, with no assistance whatsoever from the government, the early years of the twentieth century surely reflected a “Turning of the Tides.” An alien collectivist (socialist) philosophy, much of which came from Europe, crashed onto the shores of our nation, bringing with it radical changes in economics, politics, and education, funded—surprisingly enough—by several wealthy American families and their tax-exempt foundations.

The goal of these wealthy families and their foundations—a seamless non-competitive global system for commerce and trade—when stripped of flowery expressions of concern for minorities, the less fortunate, etc., represented the initial stage of what this author now refers to as the deliberate dumbing down of america.

Seventy years later, the carefully laid plans to change America from a sovereign, constitutional republic with a free enterprise economic base to just one of many nations in an international socialist (collectivist) system (New World Order) are apparent. Only a dumbed down population, with no memory of America’s roots as a prideful nation, could be expected to willingly succumb to the global workforce training planned by the Carnegie Corporation and the John D. Rockefellers, I and II, in the early twentieth century which is being implemented by the United States Congress in the year 1999.

And the second book is by Professor Allan Bloom, The Closing of the American Mind.

Charlotte Iserbyt's book is available in .pdf (free) at her website:

And finally: Thank you Professor Sidney Hook (1961, NYU), for giving me the gift of logical thinking.

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