In this lecture by James Lindsay of New Discourses, the parallels between our current circumstances and the strategies employed in Mao’s China become starkly evident, leading us to the inescapable conclusion that we are currently in the midst of nothing less than American Maoism.
In this session from the “With Liberty and Justice for All” conference, host Michael O’Fallon, alongside a panel featuring James Lindsay, Xi Van Fleet, Lily Tang Williams, Cathy Kiang, Sau O’Fallon, and Mike Zho, engages in a stimulating discourse focused on the contemporary American cultural revolution.
Lily Tang Williams, born in China to working-class parents who endured the hardships of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and Communist rule, found her long-sought freedom in America.
Xi Van Fleet’s presentation at the ‘With Liberty & Justice for All’ conference aims to provide a brief history of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) launched by China’s then dictator Mao Zedong.
Keep learning the truth, and keep sharing the truth, and the Truth will keep us all free!
“In a time when free speech is under assault, it takes courage to show up to listen to a speaker with ‘incorrect & harmful’ views,” she (Xi Van Fleet) tweeted. “You are the true defenders of free speech!”
In her engaging and sensitive narrative account of the revolution’s upheaval and its consequences, Tania Branigan, the Guardian’s China correspondent between 2008 and 2015, speaks to some of those who survived those terrible years, considers their impossible moral choices and explores the far-reaching legacy of the revolution in present-day China.
A survivor of the Chinese Cultural Revolution is sounding the alarm about critical race theory and other efforts to rewrite United States history.
Find your community of individuals, and be there for them when they get put through their ‘struggle session.’
It has been almost three years since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) instituted the National Security Law (NSL) in Hong Kong in July 2020.