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Chinese immigrants who witnessed the Cultural Revolution of Mao Zedong helped educate children from kindergarten to high school with critical race theory and neo-Marxist ideologies such as the New York Times 1619 project. I warned against it.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, she learnedLily Tan Williams, who is currently running as a Republican candidatein District 2 of New Hampshire. Discussed lessons learned. She witnessed Republican atrocities and shared a warning to Americans about the importance of fighting for freedom.
"[Mao believed] The heart of a young man is blank. You can draw the most beautiful pictures, what he wants to draw, or whatever he wants to believe. They are ... signs of warning. That is why we must absolutely uphold their parents' rights and uphold their school choices. " She began to say, "Parents woke up and said,'What's happening in our school?' That's a good thing. I'm still positive and I'm still optimistic about our country.
Lily Tang Williams Candidate to New Hampshire State Legislature I'm a Republican. She is Hampshire. (Lily Tang Williams / Getty )
Tang Williams is in Sichuan, western China, during a deadly terrorist campaign in Mao Zedong. Born in Sichuan. She is the Cultural Revolution. She is now living in fear that the communist nation she was planning to escape with great care is unfolding in front of her in the United States. Coming from the left of a public school
The Cultural Revolution in China was a political purgeof millions of anti-revolution suspects organized by Mao Zedong. It was a persecution. Chairman of the People's Republic of China from 1949 to 1976. The violent movement violently opposed the "Four Olds". Old ideas, old cultures, old customs, old customs, characterized by the destruction of cultural artifacts.
The big Mao Zedong built between heights Statue Record of the Cultural Revolution in 1969, May 2002, waves from Zhongshan Square in Shenyang.(REDERICJ via Getty Images. BROWN / AFP)
Tang Williams represses the similarities between the class-based Chinese Revolution and what she believes. A neo-Marxist Cultural Revolution based on identity groups formed together in the Union on the Matrix.
"Identity politics is a hallmark of Maoism," said Tang Williams. New Hampshire Parliamentary candidateis part of this revolution, with critical race theory and the New York Times 1619 project, which claims that the United States is systematically racist. Said.
"Mao used standard Marxist terminology such as oppressor vs. oppressor," she said. "He actually split all the Chinese citizens because we are of the same race and have the same skin color. is 5 black classes and 5 red Divided into classes. ”
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Tiananmen Square Little red book and Mao Sawa East Red Guard 1966/67 Male, China. (Paolo KOCH / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
The five black categories of oppressors are right-wing, rich peasants, landlords, and counter-revolutionaries. , And the bad guys were included influencers. On the other side was the red category, which was a poor, working-class revolutionary defense force and an active member of the Chinese Communist Party.
Children were one of the most effective tools Mao used to accelerate the revolution. She said they were taught to the point wherebetrayed her parents into a communist countryto move up in class.
Red Guards member, holding Little Red Guards , Supporting Mao Zedong at a conference celebrating the 1966 Cultural Revolution(Apic / Getty Images)
, I want to be in the Red Class. Blame the family, hand them over to the Red Guards, authorities, change their surnames, and draw a line between me and my parents.
Her family witnessed people being tortured by the Red Guards, a student-led paramilitary social movement organized by Mao Zedong.
"My grandparents were landlords [because they were], and some of them even see our family tortured and died on the streets by the Red Guards. So there are so many sad stories and [that] because they were indoctrinated. [Children] really believe they are doing the right thing [d] they were just teenagers.
The fact that parents are trapped in the dark and blocked from affecting their children's learning is a power struggle she remembered from China.
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"[left] I will do it. " "That's why they want their children to be close to the [government] and make them feel that" my parents don't understand me. " [Then they] keep the children away from their parents, so they can ... rely on the nation. Typical communist tactics.
Red China is a junior grade in school "Red" Communist. (Getty Images)
The first crack in indoctrination that Tan Williams enthusiastically believed was when Mao was 82 years old after several heart attacks. It was forged when he died in. She was told that Mao Zedong was a god throughout her life. "Why could God die?" She asked.
During her journey in the United States, it took 20 years to get rid of all communist propaganda.
Herfamilyliving in China is still losing indoctrination and continues to ask her to observe the silent prayer of her Mao's December 26th birthday. She said.
Lilytan Williams grew up in western China Sichuan Province during the Cultural Revolution of Mao Zedong. (Lily Tang Williams / Getty Images)
"They have an idea of how many people he starved to death because of his policies. He's a member of society and a mass murderer, but people don't know. They're still losing him. " "I call it like those who have been enslaved with their consent because they lack access to the truth and have no choice, and it's all about controlling the media and publicity.
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In December 2014, in Shaoshan City, Hunan Province, to commemorate the 121st anniversary of Mao Zedong's birth. 70 Elders have arrived from Bezin. State of China. (Getty Images)
Mao Zedong's Great Leap Forwardhas killed up to 45 million people. Adhering to the ideal of communism, the state took control of production. Private farmland was confiscated and food rations were placed under government jurisdiction. As a result, the Chinese died of hunger, forced labor, suicide and torture.
Ilya Somin, a law professor at George Mason University, wrote in the Washington Post that Mao was probably the cause of the greatest mass slaughter in history. He said that the reason why atrocities are not talked about in academia is that among the elite, "disregards the crimes committed by the communist regime"
Western intellectuals said, "Complete. I'm reluctant to accept it. " What a great evil they were, because they were "afraid that other left-wing causes could be contaminated by communism-probably-".
Tan Williams said that one of the things she wants to do on the house floor if she wins is a debate about socialismAlexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-NY).
"When Millennial talks about concepts like democratic socialism, we're not talking about this kind of'red scare'boogie man," AOC interviewed. Said in. "We are talking about existing countries and systems that have already proven successful in the modern world.
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"I'm ready fordiscussing her from the floor of the US Congress... how many people ... [about socialism] [accurate] in hunger to reach a conclusion Seeing her die, she was killed and willing to be killed, "she said.
Similarly, thekindergarten-to-high school education systemis at risk of "repeating human tragedy that has happened to everyone" about what happened under the communist dictatorship. Does not tell American school children the full facts about being exposed to. 100 years of communism. "
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"Parents are parents' rights Hope to start exercising our children belong to parents. Parents have absolute decision-making power because they do not belong to the government ... what can be taught at school, and What age-appropriate curriculum should be allowed. ”
Freedom of speech,Constitutional Amendment Article 2, and parental rights –“ Everything is under attack ” She said. "It's upside down. It's part of the Cultural Revolution. It redefines social norms, changes your birth, controls the story, and wipes out their political enemies. [These] I used to be in China. It's a very similar tactic I saw in. "
Hannah Grossman is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent on Twitter: @GrossmanHannah.