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Citizen! Not Slaves and Lords!

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The term "Citizen" has never come into Liu Yaodao's mind, but only slaves and lords in Class Struggle of Mao Zedong's ideology.
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The term "Citizen" has never come into Liu Yaodao's mind, but only slaves and lords in Class Struggle of Mao Zedong's ideology.
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The term "Citizen" has never come into Liu Yaodao's mind, but only slaves and lords in Class Strug ...

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It is perfect there  ..........   
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This post was edited by 468259058 at 2011-12-29 12:42

Who were slaves and lords in Class Struggle of Mao Zedong's ideology before 1949?

Before 1949, Mao Zedong was the leader of low class while Chiang Kai-shek was the leader of the ruling class. There was a huge gap between low class and ruling class. Low class represented by Mao Zedong used the theory "government power sourced from barrels of guns" to fight against the ruling class represented by Chiang kai-shek.

After Mao Zedong won the civil war in 1949, he robbed the land from the previous ruling class and distributed the land to the previous low class.

Now, a new ruling class and a new low class is formed in the class struggle of Mao Zedong's ideology. How would the government deal the interests and benefits between the new ruling class and the new low class? Would another Mao Zedong and "government power sourced from barrels of guns" come out? Or the government balance the interests and benefits between the present ruling class and the low class?

Would the government distinguish the ruling class from the low class, or viewing every Chinese as a Citizen?
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You should go and live in America  .........

It is perfect there  ..........

Why did you escape from my words?

Did you read through my words?
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Don't you know the serious corruption(government power abuse) of party and government leaders in the late 1980s?

Don't you know the serious corruption(government power abuse) of party and government leaders was one of the major causes of 89 movement?

Please read Deng Pufang and Kanghua company in Chinese language of Baidu search.
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Of course there is corruption .......

But the system still works  ...........

In the rest of the world  .......

The pot is empty  ........

Which system of corruption is still working ........ ?

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