After 70 Years Of Tyranny – If Only Chiang Kai Shek Had Won!

In 1949, the Republic of China went down to defeat, thanks largely to betrayals by Communist sympathisers in the USA…


Chiang Kai Shek


….who managed to cut and cut and cut American support to Chiang Kai Shek, who had been the West’s WW2 ally.

….late 1943, to cite a prominent instance, White and his fellow Soviet agent Solomon Adler, Treasury attaché in China, launched a disinformation campaign to discredit our anti-Communist ally Chiang Kai-shek, deny him U.S. assistance, and turn U.S. policy in favor of the Communists under Mao Tse-tung.

This campaign, aided by  Adler’s State Department Chungking roommate John Stewart Service and other U.S. diplomats in China, succeeded, with results that we are still living with today…  

Once Mao’s bloody butchers had the country at their mercy…



…massive slaughter ensued, tens of millions murdered to secure the victory handed the Reds by their comrades in the United States.

Today is no anniversary worth celebrating.

Had Chiang’s Kuo Min Tang government won that civil war, there is every reason to believe that the economic successes in Free China…

…aka Taiwan, would have been replicated large-scale on the mainland, much as little Singapore and huge India emerged  – of course with problems but without the slave-state system that characterised Red China.

Sure, the Chinese Communist Party has recently had intelligent leadership, who, once the monster Mao was dead and gone, junked nonsensical marxist dogma and oversaw real economic progress.

Yet they have never junked the essence of marxism, the police-state evils from which brave young people in Hong Kong are fighting hard to save their society.

If we must mark this day, best do it by a moment’s silent contemplation of all the victims of massacres, concentration camps, firing squads and all those incarcerated since that dark October day in 1949 and those held prisoner today for believing in a –