The controversy erupted after two Chinese athletes were seen wearing Mao badges after winning gold medals at the ongoing Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Mao Zedong, also known as Mao Zedong, was four steps ahead of Hitler in Germany and Stalin in Russia in terms of genocide. Mao is responsible for 5-8 crore deaths. He is also called the biggest genocide in the world.
Chinese-Australian activist Budiko objected to the Tokyo Olympics photos, saying it was not right to wear Mao’s badge, which is responsible for China’s horrific ‘cultural revolution’. He said the batch symbolized the same bloody campaign in China that killed billions of people. Unfortunately they also included Budiko’s grandparents. Describing Mao as a dictator, he wrote that he did all this for his insane ‘social engineering’ while intoxicated with power.
Chinese track cyclists Jung Tianshi and Bao Shanzu wore the badge of Chinese dictator Mao while taking the gold medal. The rule of the Olympic Games is that no political agenda can be promoted through it. People are asking if this move of both the players is not a violation of this rule? There are demands to withdraw his medal for ‘political propaganda’.
Why Mao wears badges # Olympics Not right
It is a symbol of China’s deadly cultural revolution.
And Mao is a dictator who killed millions of people, including my grandparents, with political insults for his crazy social engineering and obsession with personal power. https://t.co/m7icLKKkVC
– Badiucao (badiucao) August 3, 2021
Let us tell you that Mao committed the most genocide in 1958-62. People were evicted from their homes and property. People only got food from the ruling Communist Party and in return people were given whatever they wanted. Farmers and laborers were used in government work, who did not receive any wages in return. There were 3 million people who were brutally tortured to death.
Only .5.5 crore people have died due to Mao this year. Is dead Was. Most of them died without eating. Mao’s campaign was called ‘The Great Leap Forward’, under which so many people were killed. However, in history it is not discussed as much as Hitler and Stalin. When some of Mao’s opponents became active in an area, 13,000 anti-government protesters were killed in just one week.
But, there is not much talk about it because no one in China has the courage to write a book on this subject and it is difficult to do research for it. Mao was the founder of the People’s Republic of China. Mao and his fellow communist leaders committed all atrocities by calling for the “restructuring” of Chinese society. In 1967, when there was anarchy in many cities in China because of his policies, he deployed armies to brutalize his own people.