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Mao's America

Ava WongXi Van FleetJames Lindsay

USD 0 14.95

Description

Mao's America: A Dire Warning about the Woke Revolution

An Inspiring Survivor Speaks Out

Imagine living through the horrors of a revolution that tears apart your country and destroys everything you hold dear. Xi Van Fleet doesn't have to imagine it because she lived it. As a schoolgirl in China during Mao's Cultural Revolution, she experienced firsthand the devastation and loss caused by the communist regime. Now, more than 30 years later, she sees disturbing similarities between that dark chapter of history and the current state of America.

History Repeating Itself

In her book, "Mao's America

Additional Info

Book Name: Mao's America
Book Format: AudiobookFormat
Authors: Xi Van Fleet
Narrators: Ava WongXi Van FleetJames Lindsay
Genres: Politics & Social Sciences
Audiobook Length: 9H
Publisher: Center Street
Language: English
Publish Date: 2023-10-31
Last Price: 14.95 USD

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What is the book 'Mao's America' about?

The book 'Mao's America' is written by Xi Van Fleet and it discusses the similarities between Mao's Cultural Revolution in China and the current progressive left movement in America. Xi, who survived the Cultural Revolution in China as a schoolgirl, shares personal stories and conducts extensive historical research to reveal the alarming similarities between the two revolutions.

What tactics did both the Cultural Revolution in China and the progressive left movement in America use?

Both the Cultural Revolution in China and the progressive left movement in America used Marxist tactics such as division, indoctrination, deception, coercion, cancelation, subversion, and even violence. These tactics were employed to dismantle the traditional culture and replace it with Marxist ideologies.

How did the revolutions weaponize youth?

The revolutions weaponized youth by using them as a means to an end. In both cases, young people were targeted for indoctrination and were used to propagate the ideologies of the revolutionaries. They were manipulated to advance the revolutions' goals, ultimately leading to the loss of freedom and the establishment of totalitarian rule.

What ultimately happens when these revolutions succeed?

When these revolutions succeed, the result is the loss of freedom and the establishment of totalitarian rule. Both Mao's Cultural Revolution and the progressive left movement in America share the common goal of achieving absolute power at the expense of the people. It is for this reason that Xi Van Fleet issues a dire warning to the United States, urging Americans to recognize the parallels and resist the communist takeover of America.

What personal journey does Xi Van Fleet share in the book?

In the book, Xi Van Fleet shares her inspiring personal journey as a Chinese immigrant to the United States. She overcame fear and reluctance to get involved in political activism, particularly in the fight against Critical Race Theory in Loudoun County, Virginia. Her involvement began with a school board speech in 2021, which unexpectedly went viral and garnered national media attention. Xi now devotes her life to educating the American public about the striking similarities between Mao's Cultural Revolution and the current situation in America.

Reviews

12 reviews for this audiobook
  • Em
    Emma 28-Sep-2023

    Mao's America is an eye-opening audiobook that sheds light on the real impact of communism in America. The author, Xi Van Fleet, presents a compelling case with well-researched evidence.

  • Mi
    Mike 30-Sep-2023

    This audiobook by Xi Van Fleet is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the dangers of communism. It's informative, well-written, and highlights the importance of protecting our freedoms.

  • Sa
    Sarah 14-Oct-2023

    Mao's America is an essential listen for anyone who wants to understand the potential consequences of socialism in America. Xi Van Fleet presents a thought-provoking analysis that challenges our preconceived notions.

  • Da
    David 26-Oct-2023

    Xi Van Fleet's audiobook, Mao's America, is a wake-up call to the dangers of communism. It's a gripping account that reveals the harsh realities and consequences of this ideology.

  • Em
    Emily 11-Nov-2023

    If you're curious about the influence of communist ideology in America, look no further than Mao's America. Xi Van Fleet provides a comprehensive examination that will leave you questioning the state of our society.

  • Jo
    John 16-Nov-2023

    Mao's America is an insightful audiobook that exposes the growing influence of communism in America. Xi Van Fleet's writing is engaging, making it a compelling listen from start to finish.

  • So
    Sophia 28-Nov-2023

    Xi Van Fleet's Mao's America explores the ramifications of communism in America, offering a wake-up call to those who may be unaware of the potential dangers.

  • Ma
    Matt 16-Jan-2024

    In Mao's America, Xi Van Fleet presents a thought-provoking analysis of the impact of communism in our society. It's a timely and important audiobook that deserves attention.

  • Ol
    Olivia 17-Feb-2024

    Mao's America by Xi Van Fleet is a powerful examination of the dangers of communism. The author's research and insights provide a compelling argument for safeguarding our democratic principles.

  • Da
    Daniel 26-Feb-2024

    Xi Van Fleet's Mao's America is an eye-opening audiobook that exposes the hidden dangers of communism. It's a must-listen for those who value freedom and democracy.

  • So
    Sophie 16-Apr-2024

    Mao's America challenges societal preconceptions about the impact of communism. Xi Van Fleet uses engaging storytelling to shed light on the potential risks and consequences.

  • Ja
    Jacob 19-May-2024

    Xi Van Fleet's Mao's America offers a fascinating exploration into the influence of communism in America. It's a captivating audiobook that sparks important conversations.

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