This week marked the 50th anniversary of China’s Cultural Revolution. It was a chaotic period of purging and punishment that began on May 16, 1966, and lasted until Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong’s death 10 years later.
Led in large part by Mao’s Red Guards, a paramilitary social movement of up to 10 million young people who tortured and killed society’s leaders. Many informed on their own parents alleged “counter-revolutionary” thoughts and actions, even if they didn’t know what those terms meant.
Lily Tang Williams is a Libertarian candidate running for Senate and a survivor of the Cultural Revolution. She is speaking out because she hates to see the country she loves becoming more like the country she left.
David Knight also spoke with Lily during the fourth hour of the Alex Jones Show: