facebook Chairman Mao  I just took my swim in the Yangtze River. There were banners and everyone was dedicated.  I’m glad ...
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  1. 1. facebook Chairman Mao I just took my swim in the Yangtze River. There were banners and everyone was dedicated. I’m glad I started this Cultural Revolution. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Birthday: 12/23/1893 Political Affiliation: Communist Party Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Friends Stalin Jiang Qing Liu Deng Richard Nixon Chairman Mao- I’ve just joined the Xinhai Revolution everybody! October 7, 1911 Deng- Yea, what Liu said. January 3, 1950 Chairman Mao- We are now in the Great Leap Forward! January 1, 2000 Chairman Mao- I declare Liu and Deng Chinese Krushchevs. You traitors are trying to take power from me. I though you guys were my friends. December 30, 1949 Liu- Did not you idiot! That’s a lie. January 1, 1950 Chairman Mao- Since the Great Leap Forward failed, we now have a Cultural Revolution July 1, 1958
  2. 2. facebook Chairman Mao I just took my swim in the Yangtze River. There were banners and everyone was dedicated. I’m glad I started this Cultural Revolution. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share : Du-hai to Chairman Mao- Your Cultural Revolution is amazing at keeping capitalism at bay! February 4, 1966 Ji-yong to Chairman Mao- Your Red Guards invaded my home and trashed my borrowed book. This Revolution is very bad. October 5, 1966 Uncle Tian to Chairman Mao- Jiang- Xi-reng owns and listens to a foreign radio. That’s a four old! November 2, 1966 Jiang Ji-li to Chairman Mao- My father would never own such a thing. Uncle Zhu, why would you frame us for something that never happened? November 3, 1966
  3. 3. facebook Chairman Mao- I just took my swim in the Yangtze River. There were banners and everyone was dedicated. I’m glad I started this Cultural Revolution. Personal Information Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information Information Birthday: 12/23/1893 Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Political Views: Communist Profession: Chairman of Communist Party Interests/Influences: To prevent capitalism and to make China a great country Enemies : Liu Shaoqi, Deng Xiaopeng and other people within the Communist party Favorite Quote: "Don't think about it. If you don't think about it, you won't sink. If you do, you will." Favorite Quote from Friends: “Long live Chairman Mao!” Contact Information Address: Cu-fong St. Phone Number: 665-4545 Email: [email_address] Birthday: 12/23/1893 Political Affiliation: Communist Party Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China
  4. 4. facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Wall Info Photos Boxes Photos of Mao 4-6 Photos Me and Stalin and our friendship. Me and Deng planning new ideas for the Cultural revolution. Chairman Mao- I just took my swim in the Yangtze River. There were banners and everyone was dedicated. I’m glad I started this Cultural Revolution. Me swimming in the Yangtze River in public. Meeting the West as Friends.

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