burt wrote:> Just a point about the Generational Theory. You say Burma is on a
> Unravelling era and China not, why if you compare the 8/8/88 with
> the Tienanmen Square massacre in 1989, they should be in the same
> era for this theory, no? What makes the difference?
John wrote:China's last crisis war, Mao's Communist Revolution, ended in 1949.
The Awakening era climax does not occur at a fixed time. It appears
that it can occur anywhere from about 25 to 50 years after the end of
the crisis war.
burt wrote:> Yes, I understand that, but I thought that the Awakening era
> climax marked a turning point, and, in that case China and Burma
> should be in the same era because no other major event marked the
> 2 countries since 1989 and 1988 respectively. Where do I make a
> mistake? Are turning point unrelated with climax situation? If so
> what is a turning point?
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