NY Times Praises Mass Murdering Mao as “One of History’s Great Revolutionary Figures”

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
By Paul Martin

Forced to delete tweet after backlash.

Paul Joseph Watson
Summit.news
10 September, 2019

The New York Times was forced to delete a tweet that praised Communist dictator Mao Zedong – who was responsible for the deaths of around 45 million people – as a “great revolutionary leader.”

Under Mao’s Great Leap Forward policy, over the course of just 4 years between 1958-1962 some 45 million people starved to death, making it the biggest episode of mass murder ever recorded.

Countless other victims also lost their lives as a result of Mao’s ruthless oppression, incarceration and execution of political adversaries who stood in his way.

That historical context was noticeably absent when the NY Times effusively tweeted about how Mao, “died one of history’s great revolutionary figures.”

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