News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May, 31, 2019: Let me begin by putting this episode in proper perspective …
If you wore the T-shirt above in China, you’d NEVER be
If I tried to publish this episode in China, I’d be
put in a Chinese jail. If I was “lucky,” I’d get a sham trial first and then
sent to prison for years or worse. But of course it would never be published; never
make it past the firewall that censors anything and everything critical of the
thugs who “own” China.
GET THE MESSAGE loud and clear and WAKE up about
June 4, 2019 will be invisible in China next week as
it is every day of the year. It also will not get the kind of attention it
deserves in the rest of the world or here in the United States. Most, if not all
of the 2020 Presidential candidates will ignore it. That largely clueless bunch
of pander bears.
The massacre at Tiananmen Square … June 4, 1989 will
enter its 30th anniversary this June 4th.
Lucky you, you get Trump’s America every week
and the TRUTH!
June 4, 1989 is also important because it marks the brutal end to the most meaningful attempt in all of China’s long history for the Chinese people to break free of the repressive so called governments they have been forced to endure continuously since at least 1600 BC – that is over 3500 years ruled over by dictators called Emperors until 1919. Since then they are called names like Chairman Mao or President Xi but they are all just brutal dictators.
The Chinese people have never ever been free from
So June 4th is not only the anniversary of
the greatest attempt at Chinese freedom and democracy – it is more. It is a
message to all of us of what the thugs who control China want for all of us in
the 21st century.
The good news is for those of us who believe in the spirit
of June 4, 1989, it is not dead and can never be destroyed. The Chinese people
will yet arise to finally achieve their rightful place as citizens of a great
nation, in which they have all the freedoms all human deserve as their
birthright. And finally, China will be a country governed by free and open
elections at every level.
We all need to assist that goal in every way we can.
Ironically, no matter what you think of President Trump, and I do not think
much of our counterfeit President – at all. But even though he is an admirer of
the Chinese dictator XI and Trump would feel right at home in China, Trump
confronting China simply as an economic issue is weakening Xi and his goons,
which is good for the future of China.
Good for the Chinese people in that it is only Xi’s capacity
to con the Chinese people into forfeiting all their rights and freedoms in the
so-called name of Chinese prosperity or at least jobs for many in China. His
It is all part of the Con of brainwashing and
repressing the Chinese people into submission with the outrageous bogus claim
that without the thugs in charge and without brutal repression, China would
sink into depravation.
The Truth: The Chinese people are more industrious
maybe more creative than Americans too and if allowed to flourish in a FREE
society, their current economic success proves only how much more successful
China would be, and as a result, the entire world community far better off.
June 4, 1989 is
in fact as symbolic as July 4, 1776 in a reverse way. The success of the
American revolution proved what would be – the failure of the Chinese
Revolution of June 4, 1989 proved what should have been.
No one else has before but we all should very visibly
link July 4, 1776 with June 4, 1989 as a simple powerful way to deliver a
message about the future and as short hand for showing support for the Chinese
Revolution as not over and done but alive and waiting in hiding in China to
come alive again.
Nothing is more feared by Xi and his goons than the
spirit of June 4, 1989.
Let me turn to media “partner” The New York Times to
make sure you understand and appreciate the reality of June 4. 1989 in China …
Their feature article is titled … 30 Years After Tiananmen, a Chinese Military
Insider Warns: Never Forget
“For three decades, Jiang Lin kept quiet about the
carnage she had seen on the night when the Chinese Army rolled through Beijing
to crush student protests in Tiananmen Square. But the memories tormented her –
of soldiers firing into crowds in the dark, bodies slumped in pools of blood
and the thud of clubs when troops bludgeoned her to the ground near the
ENCORE …. “of soldiers firing into crowds in the dark,
bodies slumped in pools of blood and the thud of clubs when troops bludgeoned
her to the ground near the square.”
“Ms. Jiang was a lieutenant in the People’s Liberation
Army back then, with a firsthand view of both the massacre and a failed attempt
by senior commanders to dissuade China’s leaders from using military force to
crush the pro-democracy protests. Afterward, as the authorities sent protesters
to prison and wiped out memories of the killing, she said nothing, but her
conscience ate at her.”
“Now, in the run-up to the 30th anniversary of the
June 4, 1989, crackdown, Ms. Jiang, 66, has decided for the first time to tell
her story. She said she felt compelled to call for a public reckoning because
generations of Chinese Communist Party leaders, including President Xi Jinping
have expressed no remorse for the violence.”
me allow Jiang Lin to continue her narrative in NY Times
after 30 years, the massacre remains one of the most delicate topics in Chinese
politics, subjected to a sustained and largely successful effort by the
authorities to erase it from history. The party has ignored repeated calls to
acknowledge that it was wrong to open fire on the students and residents, and
resisted demands for a full accounting of how many died.”
authorities regularly detain former protest leaders and the parents of students
and residents killed in the crackdown. A court ( let me add – a joke in China -)
convicted four men in southwestern China this year for selling bottles of
liquor that referred to the Tiananmen crackdown.”
Jiang Lin then goes on to describe the brutality of
the massacre by the Chinese army beginning on June 4, 1989, in Tiananmen
WAKE UP now if you have not already to the reality in
For some very important historical context – during
the 1930s, The United States and Americans did not much bother with the fascism
growing in the emerging new economic power Nazi Germany in fact many were
“happy” to do business with Hitler and his goon until it was TOO LATE …
Xi and his tyrants are a somewhat different kind of
threat to the future of us all but in some ways a greater threat in that Xi
commands ever more sophisticated technologies of control Hitler could never
dream of having and the so called Chinese “leaders” are using these
technologies every day …….
To oppress and repress the Chinese people and
increasingly exporting their “quiet” reign of techno terror to other grateful
despots all over the Earth.
This is a battle for the future of America, China and
Either America wins or we all lose to China’s