2+3+1+5+5+3+4+4+5+4=36 I think it's never easy for me to speak my mind, because I read a lot of stories about how a blunt straightforward man to be persecution. Just like Peng Dehuai and HaiRui. They are honest and frank, they speak there mind, put forward some right suggestion, but that is why they were persecuted by Chinese monarch. So when I was work in a Chinese small company, I always put forward stupid suggestion to guide my manager to do right decision. The result was my manager felt good and he promoted more fast than other, so am I. Most time if information is care about my group I will share it but if it is care about me I will never share it, There is a proverb :"Love your neighbour, yet not down your fence". I do…show more content… Peng resisted Mao's attempts to develop a personality cult throughout the 1950s; and, when Mao's economic policies associated with the Great Leap Forward caused a nationwide famine, Peng became critical of Mao's leadership. The rivalry between Peng and Mao culminated in an open confrontation between the two at the 1959 Lushan Conference. Mao won this confrontation, labeled Peng as a leader of an "anti-Party clique", and purged Peng from all influential positions for the rest of his life.
Peng lived in virtual obscurity until 1965, when the reformers Liu Shaoqi and Deng Xiaoping supported Peng's limited return to government, developing military industries in Southwest China. In 1966, following the advent of the Cultural Revolution, Peng was arrested by Red Guards. From 1966–1970, radical factions within the Communist Party, led by Lin Biao and Mao's wife, Jiang Qing, singled out Peng for national persecution, and Peng was publicly humiliated in numerous large-scale struggle sessions and subjected to physical and psychological torture in organized efforts to force Peng to confess his "crimes" against Mao Zedong and the Communist Party. In 1970 Peng was formally tried and sentenced to life imprisonment, and he died in prison in 1974. After Mao died in 1976, Peng's old ally, Deng Xiaoping, emerged as China's paramount leader. Deng led an effort to formally rehabilitate people who had been unjustly persecuted during the Cultural Revolution, and Peng was