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Peasant Revolution: Shen Dingyi, Peng Pai & Mao Tse-tung Hunan Land Revolution By Rascal-Proletariat Split of the CCP From KMT Leftist Government Chiang Kai-shek's Stepdown & Re-gaining Power CCP Armed Rebellions Qu Qiubai's Policy Of Perpetuating Armed Rebellions KMT White Terror Mt Jinggangshan - Mao Tse-tung's Guerilla Warfare Purge of Anti-Bolshevik League (1930-1931): Phase I Quelling Internal Enemies Before Resisting Foreign Invaders Red Terror & Chinese Soviet Republic Purge of Anti-Bolshevik League (1930-1931): Phase II Zhang Guotao's Purge In Hubei-Henan-Anhui Borderline Soviet Xia Xi's Purge In Western Hunan-Hubei Borderline Soviet Campaigns Against Communist Strongholds The 'Long March' Purge In Shan-Bei [Northern Shenxi Province] Communist Base - 1935 Communist Instigation & Guangxi Province Trotskyists Communist Infiltration Into Shanxi Prov Xi'An Incident - Turning Point Of Modern History Red Army Western Expedition Purge Of Zhang Guotao Path Purge of Trotskyists during 1937-1941 KMT-CCP Frictions & Confrontations Yan'an Rectification Movement (1942-1945) KMT, CCP vs Democratic Parties Bloody Land Reform (1946-7) China and the Chinese lived in 'Red Terror' since Peng Pai and Mao Tse-tung launched the rascal-proletariat peasant movements in 1927.
Peng Pai had at one time claimed that the communist law would be simply the execution of landlords once they were caught.
Peng Pai, originally a school teacher who lost his job due to leading his students on the May Day demonstration in 1921, joined the CCP and went back to the countryside where he organized the Haifeng Peasant Association.
It was the Guangdong military leader Chen Jiongming who time and again sponsored Peng Pai, first with money to send Peng Pai to Japan for studies, then with the appointment as a county education official, and then with support for Peng Pai's communist activities in organizing the peasant associations that saw Peng Pai killing innumerable landlords and wealthy peasants in the coastal Haifeng and Lufeng area.
Sadly, patriotic and hot-blooded youth became the victims of ideological struggles.
On the matter of peasants, Mao Tse-tung (Mao Tse-tung) was not the only nor the first person who had heralded the peasants' movement.
Mao Tse-tung, directly responsible for the rascal movement in Hunan Province in 1927, would be the red-handed culprit in the Purge of the Anti-Bolshevik League during 1930-1931, the Purge of the Trotskyites during 1937-1941, and The Rectification Movement during 1942-1945.
" Per anthology "" (Chinese Periodical Publication Inc, San Gabriel, Calif, 1992 edition), the first peasant movement leader should be ascribed to Shen Dingyi, a Shanghai CCP founder, who donated his family fortune to the revolution and later returned to his native town of the Yaqian-zhen Town, Xiaoshan-xian County, Zhejiang Province where he set up an elementary school and recruited a 68-year-old peasant called Li Chenghu for establishing a peasant association on Sept 27th of 1921. Expelled from the CCP as well as disliked by Chiang Kai-shek, Shen Dingyi was assassinated in Aug 1928 under some mysterious circumstances.Wen Yu, in his 1994 book "" (Cosmos Books Ltd., ISBN 9622577164, 1994, HK), summarized the so-called 'leftist' catastrophe of the Chinese Communist Party from 1927 armed uprisings (mutinies) onward to the 1978 Xidan Democracy Wall. Sun Yat-sen, after the Sun-Joffe Joint Declaration, had fallen into a de facto Soviet agent, sowing the seeds of struggles and conflict between the KMT and the CCP as well as the disaster of the Chinese people in the 20th century.Gao Hua, a Nanking University professor whose father fled the persecution of the Cultural Revolution in Aug 1966, had presented the most comprehensive research into the communist red terror in the book "" (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Sha Tin, N. In 1927, the Nationalist Party (i.e., the Kuomintang or the KMT), both its Right-Wing and the Left-Wing, purged or severed with the communists consecutively.Per Harold Isaacs, "the peasants had also begun to stir and group themselves into organizations before the revived Kuomintang made its appearance in 1924.
The modern Chinese peasant movement was cradled in Haifeng, in the East River districts of Kwangtung, by Peng Pai, one of the most appealing figures of the Chinese revolution." Peng Pai, similar to Mao, was born in a landlord's family.
The CCP deprived senior leader Chen Duxiu of the party leadership and claimed that China's revolution was not at the stage of the Russian 1905 Revolution but the Russian 1917 Revolution.