Anonymous
Anonymous asked in TravelAsia PacificTaiwan · 2 months ago

Was Chiang Kai-shek was right when he said that while calling him a pawn of American imperalism, Mao himself was one of Russian imperialism?

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    MIGHT IS RIGHT.   All nations wants to align themselves with a great power

    1. 1991- THE USSR IS DEAD

    2.  1989. commmunism died in china

    3.  MAO / CHIANG:  DEAD IN CEMETARY. RIP

    REST IN PEACE . RIP .    ALL DEAD IN CEMETARY RIP

    PAST IS DEAD. LOOK TO THE FUTURE IN    2030  2050  2099

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  • 2 months ago

    YES in the context Chiang Kai-shek  used -- context is everything

     China and Russia (ussr) while both communist  had diametrically opposed view on how to get there.  and why there was hate between them... they did both simultaneously  support certain puppet states like North Korea and North Vietnam

    Russian idea was the world could be converted to communist with a slow socialism take over.. red china believed a war was necessary  

    so while Mao was no Russian puppet ,,, the idea Chiang Kai-shek was so in as much as any association with common tyrannical government can,,,,

    eventually when only communist exist they will find fault and war between each others 

    Chiang Kai-shek Was associated with the USA based in the old adage my enemies enemy is is my friend ---- with this is also true of Mao and Russia 

    the idea free people can make un-free people free by this kind of association is both fact and folly all at the same time 

    But SADLY often the best hope is stability not unrest and constant violence 

  • John P
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    There is some merit in that idea.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Not entirely, Mao pretty soon demonstrated he was no pawn.

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