The issue is very clear. Chairman Mao Zedong was a Chinese man who interpreted Marxist-Leninist ideology in a manner that makes it applicable to the non-White people of the world who are suffering under White imperialist oppression. Furthermore, his agile mind formulated various strategies and tactics that also serve to empower the Revolutionary-minded White working class, which automatically aligns itself with the oppressed masses of the world, and against the White middle class (i.e. the bourgeoisie). Africa has been a recent historical victim of direct White imperialism, and despite many African countries becoming ‘independent’ of White rule, the departing Europeans ensured that these new nations remained chained to the same capitalist economic system that had impoverished and enslaved their bodies, and addicted to Christianity, the same religion that had enslaved their minds.
With African nations playing a continued subordinate role within Western capitalism, the rise of Communist China within the African Continent offers a clear alternative as expressed in the ideology of Chairman Mao Zedong, and the ongoing success of the application of this Thought by the modern Communist Party of China (CPC). Maoist Thought is accepted and propagated amongst ordinary African people in their daily struggles to be free of White oppression, or in he case of African capitalism – Black oppression. The capitalist West (led primarily by the United States), is trying every conceivable trick in the book to turn a) African people against Communist China, b) Black diasporic opinion against Communist China, and c) all public opinion against Communist China. One tactic to try ad paint Communist China as being just as ‘racist’ toward Black Africa as the White Western is, but this fails miserably when the friendship and cooperation on the ground against White encroachment is observed between Chinese and African people. This capitalist ffort, however, is to prevent the spread of Socialist freedom throughout Africa, and African nations forming Socialist Blocs outside of the international capitalist system. In the meantime, young Africans fight their battles often with an AK-47 in one hand and Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book in the other!
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