MAO joins Wall Street Protesters by Ace Preston
Latest Celebrity to visit Wall Street Protesters at Zuccotti Park New York City
Chairman Mao Zedong (Tse-tung) of the PRC (People's Republic of China) visits the USSA (USA) and joined the Wall Street Protesters at Zuccotti Park but decided to go back to asia after reviewing the crowd.
Mao had brought along a poem of hope to read to the protesters but decided at the last moment against making such a speech.
Mao liked to write poetry in his free time. His 'Ode to the Plum Blossom' went like this:
To be the harbinger of spring she is content.
When the mountain flowers are in full bloom
She will smile, mingling in their midst.
His earliest poems were about his favorite recreational activity which was swimming. As a young man he promoted the health benefits of swimming by writing about it.
Mao declared "The more books you read, the more stupid you become,", yet his favorite hobby was reading. He had extra large custom-made beds, built with enough space for books to be piled on it's side.
Mao's favorite books were Chinese classics, especially poetry — but he would not allow 1 billion Chinese to read it. Only a handful of general books were permitted to be published during the end of the Cultural Revolution featuring Mao's quotations in bold. His writings were mandatory reading for the population throughout his reign. By doing so he cornered the book market, collecting millions in royalties making Mao's People's Republic of China create one millionaire.
Mao, however, will visit Thailand once more before heading back to his mausoleum in Beijing, China.
Below is a copy of Mao's unread Poem of Hope:
"The New World Cultural Revolution" poem by Chairman Mao Zedong Tse-Tung
I am the Great Mao
I have come to NY to liberate the liberated
I am your hero, your god, your hope
You do well to hear me
Give me your country, your freedoms, your liberty
Give me all you have that I may take
Give me all these things in that you shall do unto me
I am Chairman Mao
I am everywhere
Nothing can stop me now
Chairman Mao Speech Zucotti Park NYC 21 OCT 11
Ace Preston Quotes Ellison S. Onizuka & Lyndon B. Johnson:
Every generation has the obligation to free men's minds for a look at a new world… to look out from a higher plate than the last generation.
For this is what America is all about. It is the uncrossed desert and the unclimbed ridge. It is the star that is not reached and the harvest sleeping in the unplowed ground.
Is our world gone? We say "Farewell." Is a new world coming? We welcome it - and we will bend it to the hopes of man.