‘To Hell With Commies’: Social Media Slams Mao After ‘Warm And Powerful Smile’ Birthday Propaganda

On December 26, the Chinese state-backed Global Times celebrated the birth of communist dictator and mass murderer, Mao Zedong.

“Let’s recall a warm and powerful smile on the 128th anniversary of the birth of late CPC leader [Mao Zedong],” the Times tweeted.

Let’s recall a warm and powerful smile on the 128th anniversary of the birth of late CPC leader #MaoZedong. pic.twitter.com/LNOwkTHr5r

— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) December 26, 2021

“Today is the 128th anniversary of the birth of the revered late CPC leader Mao Zedong,” the outlet tweeted in an additional post. “He led the Chinese people to change their destiny. ‘The people, and the people alone, are the driving force in the making of the world’s history,’ Chairman Mao once said.”

Today is the 128th anniversary of the birth of the revered late CPC leader Mao Zedong. He led the Chinese people to change their destiny. “The people, and the people alone, are the driving force in the making of the world’s history,” Chairman Mao once said. pic.twitter.com/ANDf8oTS6A

— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) December 26, 2021

The state-run media outlet was immediately condemned on social media for celebrating the genocidal ruler who imposed the “Great Leap Forward,” resulting in the deaths of tens of millions of his own people.

“REMINDER: Mao killed approximately 65 MILLION people,” Steve Guest said.

REMINDER: Mao killed approximately 65 MILLION people. https://t.co/FQvRkedLzX

— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) December 26, 2021

“Did you know Mao’s favorite form of torture was The Tiger Seat? Poor soul would be seated with his legs stretched out and tied down straight in front of him. Then his feet would slowly be raised until his knees broke and bent the wrong way. Mao famously liked to watch it happen,” Jesse Kelly responded.

Did you know Mao’s favorite form of torture was The Tiger Seat? Poor soul would be seated with his legs stretched out and tied down straight in front of him. Then his feet would slowly be raised until his knees broke and bent the wrong way. Mao famously liked to watch it happen. https://t.co/DXGl16KPQU

— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) December 26, 2021

“Specifically, he herded rural Chinese people onto communal farms so he could mass harvest grain to sell abroad,” Kelly added. “That of course, failed. But because he was a communist he didn’t blame himself. He blamed the sparrows. He had them slaughtered. This led to mass famine and death.”

Specifically, he herded rural Chinese people onto communal farms so he could mass harvest grain to sell abroad. That of course, failed. But because he was a communist he didn’t blame himself. He blamed the sparrows. He had them slaughtered. This led to mass famine and death. https://t.co/EfxPMPqjE2

— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) December 26, 2021

“Mao’s only positive contribution to humanity was as worm food,” Dana Loesch tweeted. “To hell with commies.”

Mao’s only positive contribution to humanity was as worm food.
To hell with commies. https://t.co/rZ8owXNIrW

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 26, 2021

“Of course Twitter allows Chinese Communist Party propaganda on its platform [including] the celebration of a mass murdering monster. The same Twitter that banned a sitting US president,” Rita Panahi replied.

Of course Twitter allows Chinese Communist Party propaganda on its platform incl the celebration of a mass murdering monster. The same Twitter that banned a sitting US president. https://t.co/wz8dietzGs

— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) December 26, 2021

“‘Warm and powerful smile’ that left 40 million dead,” Emily Schrader said.

“Warm and powerful smile” that left 40 million dead. https://t.co/ApR1wR18rm

— Emily Schrader – אמילי שריידר (@emilykschrader) December 27, 2021

“Imagine posting this with Hitler’s face,” Hannah Cox tweeted. “Same difference. Communism has been as deadly and evil as fascism, every time, all of the time.”

Imagine posting this with Hitler’s face.

Same difference. Communism has been as deadly and evil as fascism, every time, all of the time. https://t.co/8xdufWw0QJ

— Hannah Cox (@HannahDCox) December 27, 2021

“A murderous Communist dictator but OK,” Ned Ryun tweeted.

A murderous Communist dictator but OK. https://t.co/bw1mPBz7Wu

— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) December 27, 2021

“[Mao Zedong] was a mass murderer, a tyrant, pure evil,” Arsen Ostrovsky said.

#MaoZedong was a mass murderer, a tyrant, pure evil. https://t.co/nnzj72YDE4

— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) December 26, 2021

“Hitler, Stalin, Mao, & Pol Pot were probably the four biggest monsters of the 20th century — and the state-run propaganda arms of a country that wants to usurp America worships one of them,” Jerry Dunleavy tweeted.

Hitler, Stalin, Mao, & Pol Pot were probably the four biggest monsters of the 20th century — and the state-run propaganda arms of a country that wants to usurp America worships one of them. https://t.co/Hnjr6yfvty

— Jerry Christmas 🎄🎅🏽 (@JerryDunleavy) December 26, 2021

“Maybe one of two people who ever lived that you can say was probably worse than Hitler,” David Harsanyi tweeted.

Maybe one of two people who ever lived that you can say was probably worse than Hitler. https://t.co/XKifS0JEe1

— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) December 26, 2021

“Let’s recall instead the millions whose deaths he caused, and the additional millions

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