Tiananmen Square Massacre: On the night of June 3-4, the Chinese government took down tanks against unarmed protesters. At that time, a journalist Kate Eddy covered the whole incident with an eye-to-eye view.
People demanding democracy were massacred by China. Photo Credit: HKFP
Tiananmen Square Massacre: If we explore the history of China, there are many such incidents, which will always haunt it like a bad stain. To suppress the voice of the common people, he often adopted a repressive policy. Even today nothing has changed. But till date no one has forgotten the massacre that he did 32 years ago. China mounted tanks and fired indiscriminately at the unarmed people who were raising their voice for democracy. More than 10 thousand people died.
On the night between June 3 and 4 in 1989, this bloody game was played in Beijing, the capital of China. It is forbidden to talk about it in China even today. Reporting of the incident was censored. The Left rule crushed this movement in a very brutal manner. Most of the people protesting at Tiananmen Square were students and workers. He was demanding freedom. This movement, which lasted for about six weeks, ended in a very brutal manner on June 3-4.
HKFP_Lens: The Tiananmen massacre occurred on June 4, 1989 ending months of student-led demonstrations in #China. @HKFP has obtained rare images from @hrichina‘s archive, before and after the crackdown.https://t.co/P9xV99P10W pic.twitter.com/RmXjOFoktm
— Hong Kong Free Press HKFP (@hkfp) June 2, 2021
what happened in 1989
In April 1989, more than one million people raised the voice of democracy. Protesters gathered at Tiananmen Square to demand independence. It is considered to be the largest political demonstration ever in China’s leftist regime. The voices of protest gradually started reaching other cities, universities. Everyone wanted that the dictatorship should end and democracy should be established in the country. People also complained about rising inflation and unemployment. This demonstration lasted for about six weeks.
— Victims of Communism (@VoCommunism) June 3, 2021
tanks dumped on the streets
On the night of June 3-4 against the unarmed protesters, the Chinese government took down the tanks. At that time, a journalist Kate Eddy covered the whole incident with an eye-to-eye view. According to a BBC news, he told that the security forces were firing indiscriminately at unarmed people. During this, a picture became very popular, in which 4-5 tanks are standing in front of an unarmed person. According to Kate Eddy, thousands of people were on the streets. Despite the firing, no one was ready to move. More than 10 thousand people died in this incident.
dead bodies lying on the streets
For a few years the British diplomat’s documents became public, in which the horrors of this brutality were told. British Ambassador to China at that time Alan Donald wrote in a letter sent to London that at least 10 thousand people died in this incident. There are still strict restrictions on reporting on this incident in China.
– SAMUEL Samuel ✡ 🕎 (@Rothschild__DIV) June 2, 2021
justified the genocide
Surprisingly, China justifies this massacre. When China’s Defense Minister Weng Kha was asked a question about this for two years, he said that the steps taken by the government to stop the unrest were justified. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian also called the massacre completely correct.
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