As a youngster, Mao refused to do along with the arranged marriage his father had set up. He was later involved with radical groups opposed to traditional marriage norms in Chinese society. He used the suicide of young women as the basis of numerous writings on the oppression of women -- oppression that could only be changed by communist revolution. 1919: On Miss Chao's Suicide
Mao Tse-tung was married four times. He was considered a womanizer with a fondness for women, especially actresses.
Mao Tse-tung born on December 26, 1893 in Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China and he was died at the age of 82.
Due to conflicting reports, the number of children that Mao had is unknown. It is believed that he fathered seven to ten children, abandoning several daughters when they were babies. He did not have close relationships with his children, even when they were adults.
Occupations and Interests:
Mao was a school principal, soldier, the Chinese Communist leader for forty-one years, workaholic, voracious reader, and poet.
Mao apparently believed that having sex with virgins "would help to restore and reinvigorate a man’s health and vigor. Girls from throughout China were brought to his bed, some willingly and some not."
Source: Mao's Women
Mao, concerning his first marriage: "I did not consider her my wife and at this time gave little thought to her."
Source: Autobiographical Notes on Mao Tse-tung
Mao, about arranged marriages: "In families in the West, parents acknowledge the free will of their children. But in China, orders from the parents are not at all compatible with the will of the children ... This is a kind of 'indirect rape.' Chinese parents are all the time indirectly raping their children ..."
Source: Washington Post
Documents released now by U.S. reveal Mao offered one crore women to US in his meeting with Kissinger.
Before that documents released in July 2007, remind what Nixon calling Indira a witch and a bitch and Kissinger referring to all Indians as bastards, slippery, treacherous, insufferably arrogant people. Kissinger visited China and asked China to menace India in 1971 war. Is Indo-US Nuke Deal not a conspiracy to mortgage our Nuke sovereignty to America? Nimitz entry reminds toxic tongues of Nixon Kissinger
Now Bloomberg reports
In a meeting Feb. 17, 1973 in Beijing, China's former leader Mao Zedong told Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon's national security adviser, ``The trade between our two countries at present is very pitiful,'' Mao said. ``You know China is a very poor country. We don't have much. What we have in excess is women.''
Mao replied. Later in the conversation, he offered 10 million.
``In our country we have too many women, and they have a way of doing things,'' Mao said. ``They give birth to children and our children are too many. Let them go to your place. They will create disasters,''
Mao concluded the conversation by saying his comments on Chinese females were ``nonsense'' and ``begged the pardon of the women of China.''
The 268-page document released by the State Department is the first chapter in a volume called ``Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976, Volume XVIII, China, 1973-1976.''
BBC reported at the last sentences of its reports: When discussing the possibility of a Soviet invasion of China, Mao complained that too many Chinese women didn't know how to fight.
A Chinese official warned that his comments would incur public anger if they were released.
Mao later apologised to a female interpreter and he and Mr Kissinger agreed to remove his comments about women from the records.
Mao and Gandhi
Among the giants of the twentieth century, Mao Zedong (1893–1978) and Mao’s famous dictum that “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” places him squarely in the tradi-tion of military might and physical force as the best methods to achieve social change, while Gandhi clung, all the while he engaged in his “Experiments With Truth,” to the value of Ahisma, or non-violence to any living thing.
Ironically Mao, the man of might, died a natural death at age 85; while Gandhi, the man of personal and political peace, died by an assassin’s bullet at age 79. ………