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Xi Jinping has been criticized by Chinese parents after the release of a new textbook containing pictures and quotes from China’s Supreme Leader. France 24 presenters Victor Mallet and Régis Le Sommier noted that the propaganda resembled that used during the days of former Chinese dictator Mao Zedong. Mr. Mallet went on to say that parents in China react with anger when their children are targeted by pro Xi propaganda.

Mr. Le Sommier told France 24: “It actually reminds me of Mao Zedong.”

“It’s like a comeback to Maoism, and it’s a bit of the North Korean style,” Mallet added.

“I think it’s very disturbing.

“I don’t think the outside world has quite … I mean this was greeted with great hostility by Chinese parents in mainland China.”

“You know, it’s not just in Hong Kong where it’s obviously a big problem because before, education was pretty free.

“But in mainland China we obviously quoted people without their names, but in mainland China who said it was disgusting, ‘we don’t want my 10-year-old to be subjected to this kind of nonsense.

“So it’s not something that is popular with the Chinese people, I don’t think so at all,” added the head of the France 24 Paris bureau.

It comes in chinese schoolchildren were filmed participating in mass military exercises.

The simulated practice comes less than a week after GB NEWS host Colin Brazier warned that China is “now teaching its children how to worship Xi Jinping.”

Mr Brazier said: “I like to think that in the end the Communist Party will be overthrown by the power of the people, which has happened before, repeatedly in other parts of the world.

But never before has a state the size of China brought together information and surveillance technology in a way that seems to negate even a glimmer of revolutionary dissent. “

He added, “After banishing God, China is now teaching its children how to worship Xi Jinping. “

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