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CHINA'S CHINESE HISTORY
CHINA'S CHINESE HISTORY|
China did get the opportunity to write her own history before she was terminated in 1911. And after 1911, America took over the task of writing China's history simply because it won the war.
Now China is coming back and rising. We need to rewrite our own China's Chinese history.
In 1911 by way of some private horse-trading between China's self-proclaimed new Christian American President, Sun Yat-sen, and the all-controlling Qing General, Yuan Shik-kai, China's Qing Dynasty was bought out only to be replaced by warlords, foreign occupations, and minority-ethnic independent states. Minor among the warlords was the pair of Sun Yat-sen and Chiang Kai-shek, who grew influential by riding on the back of America's powerful military might. They considered themselves to be the Christian Liberators of China, doing a self-serving Christian Crusade in China.
However, there was still some remnant of China in the form of the Last Emperor of the Qing Dynasty, which went under the protection of Japan. This shadowy presence of the great Qing Empire was soon joined by a Japanese puppet government of Wang Jing-wei. Together, nevertheless, they still made up the most dominant part of China.
This "temporary" China found its legitimacy in being the only hope for China by participating in Japan's call for "Asia for Asians". But its path run smack against the Western imperialists' design for Asia as a permanent colony. So, the West would simply not allow that, especially as far as America and its Chinese puppet government of Chiang Kai-shek were concerned.
As usual, America again played a dirty trick, which it normally referred to as a long-term strategical planning, using its Hollywood propaganda machine to supply the required justification. America made a full production out of the forgery called the Tanaka Memorial, which was concocted by America as an ambitious plan by Japan for world conquest. This successful demonization campaign distorted and overwhelmed Japan's effort to rally Asian nations in its call of "Asia for Asians"
Obviously, Japan was thinking to seize this opportunity of WWII to expel the Western colonists from Asia, as these colonists, at the time, were weak and vulnerable due to their own wars in Europe.
But instead, all Chinese, including the Qing Dynasty and Wang Jing-wei government, and almost all other Asian countries swallowed this made-in-America lie. So, Japan's genuine effort to form a united front among Asian nations against their Western colonial masters backfired and even turned suicidal for Japan. So Japan itself, at the end, was destroyed as a sovereign nation, and America's military post-war occupation of Japan lasted until this day.
While all these conventional hullabaloos were occupying the center stage, there was an undercurrent movement that was very Chinese in characteristic. That was the peasant army of Mao Ze-Dong. Actually they were the successor to the Zeng Guofan's regional army that put down the bloody Christian Taipin Rebellion, and to the Boxer Uprising that defended against the Christian-instigated, genocidal Eight-Nation Coalition invasion of China during the Qing Dynasty.
In fact, the Boxers, Zeng and Mao all have saved China from extermination. And the perpetrating exterminators were, respectively, the three Christian Crusades of Taipin Rebellion, Eight-Nation Coalition, and the Sun-Chiang Christian Liberation.
However, at the end of the war, things were not looking good for Mao. America was riding high with unstoppable momentum, Japan surrendered to America and Chiang after being completely demolished, and Russia was looting China along side the American puppet government of Chiang. It sure seemed that the the final mopping up of the Mao's peasant army was practically a done deal. Well, not quite!
Rather, it turned out to be Japan's moment of self-vindication. Japan, instead of obeying Chiang's order to fight Mao, sneaked enough ammunition to Mao for arming 700,000 soldiers, which, combined with the "will power" of Mao's Peasant Revolution Army, was able to chase Chiang Kai-shek and America out of China's Mainland.
Japan proved itself faithful to its call for "Asia for Asians" til the bitter end!
The Chinese peasant army took the baton from Japan and finished the task that Japan started -- to cleanse out Western elements from Asia.
A small piece of Chinese history, as unimportant as it might seem, must be mentioned here. This was that the new China under Mao also took, under her caring wings, the Last Emperor of Qing and gave a fitting and honorable final curtain call to the once magnificent Qing Dynasty.
In the ensuing years since the refounding of China in 1949, China had to repel America aggressions in Korea, across the Taiwan Strait and in Vietnam. China paid a heavy price for these exhaustively taxing defenses in the terms of the devastations that anti-China Western pundits often referred to as the "disastrous" Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution.
In 1971, on the initiative of the world ping-pong champion, Zhuang Ze-dong, with personal blessing from Mao, yet against the wills of all the Chinese people, a small white ping-pong ball penetrated America's nuclear fence and established normal relationship with America. And starting in the late 70's, under Deng Shiao Ping's "Reform and Open" policy, with some timely distractions from China's Muslim friends, China was able to put America's aggression in Asia on hold. This allowed 30 years of peace for China to partially recover the economic prosperity of the Qing Dynasty and possibly also get back some of the Qing's off-shore islands in the near future.
Today, China's major threat remains to be America. China is still responsible for Korea. And China has yet to rescue Japan. The new rising China Dynasty must pick up where the Qing Dynasty left off a century ago -- on a path of cultural unification toward "Asia for Asians".