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The Mao Way

The End Game
Not to break free from the old
but to control
(Total Domination)

The Mao Way1 has already been encroaching upon the West for several years — a déjà vu pattern that is obsessed with destroying:

▪ old thinking
▪ old culture
▪ old morals
▪ old customs2

and yet too few seem ready to acknowledge and protest what that forebodes for North America (and the world) if the Western powers, authorities, professionals, and academics continue to facilitate the destruction. Not yet as violent and brutal as the juvenile Red Guards of the 1960s and ‘70’s in China, our captured Gen X to Z3 activists / puppets are helping set the free West up for a global tyranny unlike the world has ever seen. They don’t even seem to recognize or care how they are being used.4 However, those Gens X to maturing Alphas who do see reality may be our best hope for salvaging and balancing the best of the past with the essential creativity and innovation of the future.

Just before the COVID years, we began to witness unbelievable manifestations of corrupted thinking; wanton destruction; cancel culture; blatant, unchecked criminality; and mocking / disparaging of time-proven customs. The alleged COVID crisis seemed but to have accelerated the destructive “revolution.” Listen to this recently posted documentary and observe the parallels. If time is of the essence, go to circa minute marker 1:10:00 where the Cultural Revolution begins in earnest.

Mao’s Red Terror in China | Free Documentary History
(Free Documentary – History | May 15, 2024 | Time 1:47:17 min.) at

So, if any of you Gens X, Y, Z, and maturing Alphas want to see what has already been largely destroyed, watch this. (Yes, somewhat romanticized, but nonetheless once real. Apparently access is only available by clicking on the URL to watch directly on YouTube or by posting the URL in

13 Reasons Why Baby Boomers Are The Toughest Generation
(America Before | Apr 15, 2024 | Time 18:24 min.) at (« CLICK ON URL)
[SMS Note: Many of the commenters of these videos are right: the parents (Silent Generation) and grandparents (G.I. Generation) of the Boomers were / are tougher than Boomers.]

Are Baby Boomers Tougher Than You? [Partial]
(Recollection Road | Mar 8, 2024 | Time 10:51 min.) at

To be further awakened and useful to the cause of sanity, survival, and reality, listen to the Mao vlogs by James Lindsay (New Discourses) noted in footnote 1 below.

1. • James Lindsay on Joe Rogan – Comparing Mao’s Cultural Revolution to Critical Race Theory and Wokeism | (Leonard | Apr 5, 2021| Time 7:15 min,) at
• American Maoism | James Lindsay
(New Discourses | Sep 14 2023 | Time 1:51:35 min.) at
• Woke, Mao, and the American Cultural Revolution
(New Discourses | Feb 20, 2023 | Time 2:58:00 min.) at

• Maoism with American Characteristics
(New Discourses | May 22, 2023 | Time 50:36 min.) at
2. See circa minute 1:13:47 at Mao’s Red Terror in China | Free Documentary History
(Free Documentary – History | May 15, 2024 | Time 1:47:17 min.) at
3. Generations:
 Gen Alpha – (as of 2024, ages birth to 11) the generation succeeding Generation Z. Researchers and popular media typically use the early 2010s [2013?] as starting birth years and the mid-2020s as ending birth years.
Gen Z – (as of 2024, ages 12 to 27) colloquially as “Zoomers”; spanning from 1997 to 2012.
Gen Y – (as of 2024, ages 28-43); aka Millennials, typically defined as those born from 1981 to 1996.
Gen X – (as of 2024, ages 44-59) the cohort following the baby boomers; generally born between 1965 and 1980.
Baby Boomers – (as of 2024, ages 60-78) those born following World War II from 1946 to 1964.
 Silent Generation – (as of 2024, ages 79-96)also known as the “Lucky Few”, is the cohort who came of age in the pre–World War II era; born from 1928 to 1945.
G.I. Generation – (as of 2024, ages 97-123) aka, the Greatest Generation, includes the veterans who fought in World War II; born from 1901 to 1927.
Lost Generation – also known as the “Generation of 1914”; born from 1883 to 1900 who came of age during World War I and the Roaring Twenties.
4. Spray painting, destroying art and architecture; tearing down statues / monuments; burning sections of cities; protesting historic names; mocking law and order; compelling speech and affirmation; playing the victim; lying; bullying; harassing people with diverse opinions / perspectives; disrupting traffic; playing the self-obsessed diva / divo (SOD) card; etc., etc., etc.

Bonus Generational Post: