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Or....Tiananmen Redux?
Yesterday, Tuesday, July 9 2019, Hong Kong's Chinese anointed leader of the Legislative Council, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-Ngor, assured protesters that the controversial extradition bill was " dead." Previously she had assured the protesters that the same bill was "suspended." The protesters ain't buying it. The one word the protesters want to hear, the one... Read More
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Last month marked three decades since the conclusion of the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations in China. The anniversary is opportune for Washington and its Western partners to ramp-up their Sinophobic smear campaign while recycling the hoax they have propagated ever since the June Fourth incident occurred. Coverage of the commemoration has been wedded with the... Read More
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Imagine it’s midsummer. Students from Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Radcliffe, Columbia, Vassar, Smith, Brown, Wellesley, Cornell, Dartmouth and Penn are demonstrating outside the White House and flooding the Washington Mall with Dolce & Gabbana hoodies. They’ve been there for six weeks and, as their number has grown, their mood has darkened: corruption has triggered another downturn,... Read More
Via Rebecca McKinnon, someone in Canada is offering on eBay a "Tiananmen Massacre Medal Watch" provided by “an ex-PLA officer” to benefit an organization called the Tiananmen Mothers’ Campaign . Bidding starts at $8964.18 (as in the eighteenth anniversary of the June 4 massacre of 1989). The auction description states hopefully: ‘Fraid not. I’ve got... Read More
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