China’s Shame: The Brave Patriots of Tiananmen Square
Not so many years have passed since that spring in 1989 when over a million college students gathered for seven weeks of celebration, calling for freedom and liberty in Beijing, China. The kids and the People’s Republic of China’s one-party Communist dictators had watched with completely different emotions the collapse of the Warsaw Pact – as Poland, Austria, Czechoslovakia and all the other eastern European captive nations defied their Soviet dictators. Against all odds, after 50 years of tyranny, Eastern Europe won its freedom as Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, even little Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia joined the revolt and stood bravely against the hated Russian occupiers.
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