Michael Fathers, who was beaten up by frenzied troops, reports on how China's leaders broke faith with their people.
Kev Richards's insight:
Tienanmen Square pro-democracy protests 3-4 June 1989. This is a photograph that cannot be published in China and cannot be talked about. All public discussion of the subject is forbidden. Any parents trying to find out about their lost sons are locked up at home or in prison. So the dictators of China, the Chinese Communist Party in 2014 has not progressed in moral or political terms since 1989. So complete is their mind control that many young people don't know much if anything about the subject. Hong Kong is different. There were public demonstrations there. Iran and Syria are no different so it has not a lot to do with communism. Immediately after the events new Western Democrats Capital poured into China.
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