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China’s PLA uses Dance Troupe Tarts as Mistresses- Peng Liyuan?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on September 6, 2013


China uses women like toilet paper, they are expendable, cheap and disposable. One of the best ways for China’s military men to get their fk on is by banging military singers and dancers. Previously I blogged about one Chinese singer who was 12-17 and repeatedly raped by Chinese officers while singing for the chicoms.

Wile the chicoms rebutted her claims, new reports show that it is not uncommon for PLA singers to bang their bosses to get street cred and power. Interestingly enough, Peng Liyuan, Comrade Ci Jinping’s squeeze, danced and sang for the PLA. In keeping with China’s history, comrade Peng seems to have leveraged her ‘position’ as a singer to a position in the ‘red house’- zhongnanhai.

Comrade Peng

Communist anti-corruption campaign spreads to military entertainers: The regime uses a lot of song and dance crews in their “People’s Liberation Army,” but not just for song and dance (Washington Times):

Communist Party founder Mao Zedong was notorious for womanizing military singers and dancers. A recent memoir by a former air force chief revealed that during much of the late 1960s and early 1970s, the most powerful people in the air force were two of Mao’s mistresses, both from the air force’s Song and Dance Troupe.

In addition, several current leading female military entertainers are widely rumored to be mistresses of senior party leaders.

The public has reacted with outrage and ridicule, amid growing popular resentment against the privileges of high-profile military entertainers.

2 Responses to “China’s PLA uses Dance Troupe Tarts as Mistresses- Peng Liyuan?”

  1. In China said

    China hates women. They are sold off, sent into prostitution and even killed. But then again, Cina soes not like anyone.

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