I just read this article on the Rense site:
You Say You Want A Revolution
By Andrew McKillop
“For many in the west, at least the Baby Boomer generation, Chairman Mao was always a myth. He was first and foremost a revolutionary for the 1968 flower power generation, as seen through a peephole laced with LSD, Mao was “real”. He was a revolutionary leader at least equal to Vladimir Lenin and his Russian revolutionaries and his totally disastrous Cultural Revolution, which possibly killed 40 million Chinese mainly by starvation was lost in translation for westerners bathing in Haight Ashbury hedonism and self-delusion.”~Andrew McKillop
McKillop [Mc-kill-op?] is brewing his own brand of cultural myth in misrepresenting what the 60s/70 were really about. Of course this is the same nonsense the mainstream media floated in those days, and continues to propagate. But it’s bullshit. As a ‘hippy’ of the time, I didn’t know anyone that took Mao seriously. It was only the media darlings created by the Public Relations Regime that pushed that fetid manure.
This revisionist papsmear slime is just a continuation of the same old disinformation Amerikans have been fed from the time they lost their native instincts; somewhere around the Industrial Revolution.
And now in the 21st SchizoWorld it has gone viral, because so few are capable of retaining their own memories without them being filtered by the go-along to get-along media.