Mao Zedong's "Long March" to establish a Muslim Caliphate in Northwest China
The conquest of China by the Muslims always started in the Northwest of the country. That was the logical place to begin because Mongolia was a Muslim stronghold since the 13th century.
The legend of Sultan Mao Zedong was born during the "Long March" from 1934 to 35.
Banker Morris Cohen provided the funds for his "Communist" army.
Ominously, Cohen was the former bodyguard of President Sun Yat-sen.
The failure of the Kaiser to conquer Russia in WWI meant that the Muslim conspiracy to conquer China had to be postponed. Had Germany succeeded, there would have been no need for a "Communist" Revolution in Russia . . . or in China.
Mao was marching his army toward Ningxia to join up with another Muslim general named Ma Hongkui.
That general was the successor of General Tung Fu-hsiang, and by 1934 he had the nucleus of a Chinese Muslim Red Army!!
Here is a quote from an American reporter named Edgar Snow who was the first foreigner to interview Mao:
Here, presumably, was something to appeal to nearly every Muslim. Even some ahuns reportedly saw in it an opportunity to get rid of Ma Hung-kuei (punishing him for burning the mosques of the Old and New schools), and also a chance to realize and old aspiration—to reestablish contact with Turkey through Central Asia. By May, the Communists were claiming that they had achieved what skeptics had said was impossible. They boasted that they had created the nucleus of a Chinese Red Army. (Snow, Red Star Over China, pp. 310-311).
General Chiang Kai-shek was head of the Kuomintang Army which was leading the fight against Mao and his Muslim "Communists."
In December 1936, Mao's opponent, general Chiang, was suddenly "kidnapped" by the "Communists."
Chang Hsueh-ling, also known as the "Young Marshall," was the man in charge of the "kidnapping."
Chang reported to "Communists" Mao and Chou En-lai.
The "Young Marshall" also reminded Chiang about the great material advantages in joining the "Communist" movement and serving the British and the Turks.
At first, Chiang was reluctant to switch sides, but the "Young Marshall" had his wife flown in from Nanking to change his mind.
When May-ling arrived in Xi'an, she ordered her husband to stop opposing Mao.
Chiang obeyed her orders, and he commanded his army to fight the Japanese invaders in Manchuria instead.
Due to the advice of May-ling, the Xi'an Incident changed the course of 20th century Chinese history.
Obviously, the "kidnapping" was all staged for the benefit of Mao and his "Communists." General Chiang did change sides, and in December 1949 he fled from the mainland, and founded the Republic of China on the island of Taiwan.
The Russian victory in WWII postponed the Chinese Muslim Caliphate!
The mighty Russian nation was raised up by the Almighty to save the world from Islam. That is the reason why Muslims have always harbored a deadly hatred for that great nation.
To his great disappointment, Mao could not call himself Caliph or Sultan of China when he proclaimed the founding of the state in 1949.
It was no coincidence that the Korean War broke out just 9 months later.
In July 2015, Sultan Erdoğan visited President Xi Jinping in Beijing.
Official diplomatic relations were established between Turkey and China in 1934 and the 2 countries have remained steadfast allies ever since.
The story of Samson is a Chinese end of the world scenario!
All of the stories in the Holy Bible are UNIVERSAL, in that they apply to all people in all nations. Satan is the same in every country, and Islam is his masterpiece of deception. For the past 1,000 years, Buddhism and Islam have competed with each other to deceive millions of Chinese.
Samson was blinded by the Philistines and made to work like an ox (Judges 16:21).
Samson pushed on the TWIN pillars with all his might and he brought the temple down on their heads.
If all Chinese Christians pushed on the twin pillars like Samson, Buddhism and Islam would soon be gone with the wind!!