Motivational Tips From Mao Tse-tung

On the Glenn Beck show yesterday, we were treated to a video of Anita Dunn giving a speech to a group of high school students where she revealed that the greatest source of her motivation comes from that wild and crazy Chinese dictator, Mao Tse-tung, topped off with a little bit of Mother Teresa.

While this revelation has caused a great deal of concern to the average freedom-loving Capitalist American, we have found a long lost copy of a motivational book written by the man responsible for murdering an estimated seventy-million (70,000,000) of China’s citizens on his way to realizing a dream of a Chinese Communist Party modeled after Marxism and Leninism.

The book, “Success Secrets For Murderous Dictators,” provides readers with keys to identifying and achieving their goals. Chairman Mao – who coined the phrase “Oppress for Success” – provides three keys to being more courageous and defying difficulties, while providing real life experiences demonstrating how to destroy any person difficulty that may get in the way. 

In brief, they are:

Destiny is a matter of choice, not chance – Early in his dictatorial career, Mao had a clear vision of what he wanted China to look like, and he had to make specific decisions on how to make that happen. When the people resisted his desire to form a Marxist – Leninist society, he chose to fight his own war, as Ms. Dunn stated, and established policies that would result in millions being killed or starved.

He was often quoted as saying that “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.” By taking up arms against his own people, he eliminated any “chance” that his destiny of communist domination would be stopped. He became a living example of “laying out his own path” while those he ruled were just dying to be a part of his dream.

Take responsibility for your choices – A successful leader must assume responsibility for his choices, even when they are unpopular. When the citizens of China began to object to communist oppression while being murdered and starved under what was referred to as the “First Five-Year Plan,” Mao didn’t pass the buck. He initiated a second Five-Year Plan known as “The Great Leap Forward,” where he would increase the numbers of people murdered or starved by the millions.

As Mao wrote in his Little Red Book,  “we should rid our ranks of all impotent thinking.” Taking responsibility for your choices is the only way to make that happen.

Follow your choices with relentless action– Relentlessness clearly described Mao. While Adolph Hitler wiped out an estimated 21 million people and Josef Stalin murdered about 32 million, the Chairman exceeded them both with a very impressive 70+ million. That sort of annihilation doesn’t happen without a commitment to relentless action.

While Anita Dunn is just the latest example of the type of revolutionary the Socialist-in-Chief has directing American policy, and even though these same people are fundamentally turning our country into a nation never intended by our Founding Fathers, it’s clear to see why one of the greatest murdering dictators in human history would be such a source of inspiration to her.

After all, she just wants our children to do what they feel is right for themselves. Heck, maybe one of them will decide that they should become the next Chairman Mao by becoming dictator of America.

Oh wait, Obama thinks that’s his job.

 

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