facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Chairman Mao The Cultural Revolution will be much better than the Great leap Forward for sure! Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… I am starting something called the Cultural Revolution. It’s going to be about ten years but it’s going to be much better than the Great Leap Forward! This Share will definitely make me have more power. View photos of Mao Send Mao a message Chairman Mao I am gaining more and more power each day and now I have a reputation as a Communist leader. I guess people have finally noticed what great ideas I have to share with China. I am amazing! Poke message October 10, 1934 Information Chairman Mao says “Victory is Mine!” That’s right, I led the Communists to victory against the nationalists, and founded the People’s Republic of China. October 1, 1949 Birthday: December 26, 1893 Political Affiliation: Communist Lin Biao Hey Liu! I am co-leading the Northeast battlefield army of the Peoples Liberation Army into Beijing. Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan October 24, 1949 Province, China Liu Shaoqi Thank you Mao, for stepping down as president of the People’s Republic, now I’m the president. But it’s not like I am trying to steal power from you. January 1, 1958 Friends Deng Xiaoping Hey Mao, how is “The Great Leap Forward “ going? You know, that economic plan you came up with to develop agriculture and industry. February 17, 1958Liu Shaoqi Deng Xiaoping Lin Biao Chairman Mao Well Deng, not so good now. I thought it would be a success but machinery started to fail and workers started to slack off. I admit that The Great Leap Forward was a failure. I think more than 30,000,000 people died of starvation and other diseases because of this plan. I am losing more power than I thought. February 21, 1963Richard Nixon Six Fingers
facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Chairman Mao The Cultural Revolution will be much better than the Great leap Forward for sure! Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… ShareView photos of MaoSend Mao a message Six Fingers Hello Chairman Mao, thank you for starting the Cultural Revolution. Some people may not like where you are going with this but I think that you are going to turn this into a big success.Poke message November 1, 1965 Ji-Li Jiang I wanted to become a Red Successor but sorry, I come from a black family. December 28, 1967: Du Hai HAHAHAHA! Ji-Li didn’t become a Red Successor! I did because I come from a RED family! January 5, 1968 RSG Character Name to Chairman Mao insert comment here January 1, 2000
facebook Wall Photos Flair Boxes Chairman Mao Logout Chairman Mao The Cultural Revolution will be much better than the Great leap Forward for sure! Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information Birthday: December 26, 1893 Hometown: Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China Political Views: MaoismView photos of MaoSend Mao a messagePoke message Personal Information Profession: Swimming, dictating, coming up with economic plansInformation Interests/Influences: Swimming, Emperor Taizong, DictatorshipBirthday: December 26, 1893 Enemies: Deng Xiaoping (recently) Liu Shaoqi (Recently)Political: Maoist Favorite Quote: “An army without culture is a dull-witted army, and a dull-witted army cannot defeat the enemy.”Hometown: Shaoshan, Huna Province, Favorite Quote from Friends: “One word from Chairman Mao is worth ten thousand from others.China His every statement is truth. We must carry out those we that understand as well as those we dont.” Contact Information Address: 4 Haiding South Road, Haidian District , Beijing, China Phone Number: 555-987-6543 Email: Evildictator@gmail.com
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