Still unstoppable after 70 years: China’s communist liberation changed the world forever, for the better. China Rising Radio Sinoland 191001












By Jeff J. Brownpale blue horiz

Pictured above: the speech that changed the world forever, for the better, Mao Zedong’s proclamation of liberation, on October 1st, 1949. Bordering countries, such as Afghanistan, Myanmar, Korea, Vietnam, Laos and nearby Cambodia have suffered the most horrific imperial consequences of being China’s neighbor, including war and genocide at the hands of Eurangloland – all to try to contain China and bring down its communist government. Post-liberation China is unstoppable, as is drives its anti-Western capitalism, socialist vision into the 22nd century.

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[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n October 1st, 1949, Chairman Mao Zedong stood on the dais of Tiananmen Gate and read out the following statement, live to hundreds of thousands of fellow citizens on the square below and to many millions more by radio (the text in bold is what matters for this article),

October 1st, 1949

The people throughout China have been plunged into bitter suffering and tribulations since the Chiang Kai-shek [Jiang Jieshi] Kuomintang [Guomindang] reactionary government betrayed the fatherland, colluded with imperialists, and launched the counter-revolutionary war. Fortunately, our People’s Liberation Army, backed by the whole nation, has been fighting heroically and selflessly to defend the territorial sovereignty of our homeland, to protect the people’s lives and property, to relieve the people of their sufferings, and to struggle for their rights, and it eventually wiped out the reactionary troops and overthrew the reactionary rule of the Nationalist government.

Now, the People’s War of Liberation has been basically won, and the majority of the people in the country have been liberated. On this foundation, the first session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, composed of delegates of all the democratic parties and people’s organization of China, the People’s Liberation Army, the various regions and nationalities of the country, and the overseas Chinese and other patriotic elements, has been convened.

Representing the will of the whole nation, [this session of the conference] has enacted the organic law of the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China, elected Mao Zedong as chairman of the Central People’s Government; and Zhu De, Lui Shaoqi, Song Qingling, Li Jishen, Zhang Lan, and Gao Gang as vice chairmen [of the Central People’s Government]; and Chen Yi, He Long, Li Lisan, Lin Boqu, Ye Jianying, He Xiangning, Lin Biao, Peng Dehuai, Liu Bocheng, Wu Yuzhang, Xu Xiangqian, Peng Zhen, Bo Yibo, Nie Rongzhen, Zhou Enlai, Dong Biwu, Seypidin, Rao Shushi, Tan Kah-kee [Chen Jiageng], Luo Ronghuan, Deng Zihui, Ulanhu, Xu Deli, Cai Chang, Liu Geping, Ma Yinchu, Chen Yun, Kang Sheng, Lin Feng, Ma Xulun, Guo Moruo, Zhang Yunyi, Deng Xiaoping, Gao Chongmin, Shen Junru, Shen Yanbing, Chen Shutong, Szeto Mei-tong [Situ Meitang], Li Xijiu, Huang Yanpei, Cai Tingkai, Xi Zhongxun, Peng Zemin, Zhang Zhizhong, Fu Zuoyi, Li Zhuchen, Li Zhangda, Zhang Nanxian, Liu Yazi, Zhang Dongsun, and Long Yun as council members to form the Central People’s Government Council, proclaimed the founding of the People’s Republic of China and decided on Beijing as the capital of the People’s Republic of China.

The Central People’s Government Council of the People’s Republic of China took office today in the capital and unanimously made the following decisions: to proclaim the establishment of the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China; to adopt the Common Program of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference as the policy of the government; to elect Lin Boqu from among the council members as secretary general of the Central People’s Government Council; to appoint Zhou Enlai as premier of the Government Administration Council of the Central People’s Government and concurrently minister of Foreign Affairs, Mao Zedong as chairman of the People’s Revolutionary Military Commission of the Central People’s Government, Zhu De as commander-in-chief of the People’s Liberation Army, Shen Junru as president of the Supreme People’s Court of the Central People’s Government, and Luo Ronghuan as procurator general of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of the Central People’s Government, and to charge them with the task of the speedy formation of the various organs of the government to carry out the work of the government.

At the same time, the Central People’s Government Council decided to declare to the governments of all other countries that this government is the sole legal government representing all the people of the People’s Republic of China. This government is willing to establish diplomatic relations with any foreign government that is willing to observe the principles of equality, mutual benefit, and mutual respect of territorial integrity and sovereignty.

Mao Zedong, Chairman
The Central People’s Government, The People Republic of China


The problem was and is that Eurangloland, which is identified as the “imperialists” in the first paragraph above, never has and never will accept China’s economic and political independence from Western financial and military suzerainty. That final paragraph in Mao’s speech? Only for doe-eyed suckers! There are very few countries in the world that do not have American and/or NATO soldiers occupying them, and China is one of them ( All of China’s FIRE (Finance-Insurance-Real Estate) sectors are people owned, as are the vast majority of the 100 top industrial sectors, from aerospace to zirconium mines – all people owned. Every square centimeter of this country is people owned. There is no private real estate, only private property (

Thus, when China kicked out all the Western opium dealers, banks and other capitalist gangsters after 1949, the common refrain in Eurangloland was that it had “lost” China to communism ( You can’t believe you lost something, if you don’t think you owned it and it belonged to you in the first place. That’s how imperialists think. They have reptile brains. And it wasn’t a little Cuba or Vietnam. China was 25% of the world’s people at the time, and its land area is as big as the United States’ and Canada’s. As a result, Eurangloland went into a fever pitch of hysteria, genocide and crimes against humanity, in Korea in the 1950s ( and Southeast Asia in the 1950s-1970s, destroying Korea, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, along with massacring over 10,000,000 innocents, to try to contain and hopefully overthrow the Communist Party of China. The Pentagon Papers clearly spell out that the West’s bloodthirsty inhumanity in Korea and Southeast Asia was all about containing China (

It was the Chinese people’s critical support to their communist brothers and sisters in Korea and Southeast Asia, that assured the humiliating defeat of Western imperialism in both theaters, loses which to this day are either blithely rationalized or totally denied, from Washington, to London and Canberra. Uncle Sam & Co. have never forgiven Mao Zedong and the Chinese people for not accepting Western colonial status.

Thus, Mao’s speech on this day, representing the liberation of one-fourth of the world’s people from Western tyranny and exploitation, ranks as one of the most important speeches and events in the 20th century. Sadly, this pathological drive to destroy the CPC and the Chinese’s socialist way of life has not abated one bit. One only has to look at the headlines today, about Korea (, the South China Sea (, Afghanistan (, and Myanmar (, not to mention Russia ( – all countries which border China – to see how much China’s communist victory celebration every October 1st is so critical to understanding our world and how it works, to this day and going forward. The West’s game plan to return China to its century of humiliation status continues with imperial psychopathy.


  1. While in Chinese, you can watch Mao’s famous liberation speech here, with his nasal, Hunan accent: (
  2. If you read Chinese, here is the speech in Mandarin: (
  3. This video gives background to that famous day in 1949. It is in Mandarin and the visuals give a good feel for the event, from the viewpoint of the Chinese people: (
  4. There is a lot of speculation whether Mao said, to start the October 1st, 1949 speech, “The Chinese people have stood up!” (after 110 years of humiliation and colonial exploitation at the hands of Eurangloland and Japan). He had used it as the title of another speech on September 21st, nine days before, thus causing the confusion ( The date doesn’t matter. The fact is that it was true, and the world changed forever, as a result. Sorry Western empire, the Chinese people are still standing up and defiant of you, proud and independent.
  5. This is an excellent article about China’s National Day, through the eyes of revolutionary posters: ( My last book, China Is Communist Dammit! Dawn of the Red Dynasty, has an eye catching review of revolutionary art in China (
  6. For more background on what Mao Zedong means to the world, past, present and future, here is a recent article written on the anniversary of his death: (

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JEFF J. BROWN, Senior Editor & China Correspondent,  Dispatch from Beijing

Jeff J. Brown is a geopolitical analyst, journalist, lecturer and the author of The China Trilogy. It consists of 44 Days Backpacking in China – The Middle Kingdom in the 21st Century, with the United States, Europe and the Fate of the World in Its Looking Glass (2013); Punto Press released China Rising – Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations (2016); and for Badak Merah, Jeff authored China Is Communist, Dammit! – Dawn of the Red Dynasty (2017). As well, he published a textbook, Doctor WriteRead’s Treasure Trove to Great English (2015). He is also currently penning an historical fiction, Red Letters – The Diaries of Xi Jinping, to be published in late 2018. Jeff is a Senior Editor & China Correspondent for The Greanville Post, where he keeps a column, Dispatch from Beijing. He also writes a column for The Saker, called the Moscow-Beijing Express. Jeff interviews and podcasts on his own program, China Rising Radio Sinoland, which is also available on SoundCloud, YouTube, Stitcher Radio and iTunes.

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