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Personally, I was very surprised they were not "detained" by the pro-military, pro-Chinese, anti-democracy Government! Future Forward???????

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Surprised they were allowed to do this and it is actually being publicised in the Thai media due the similarities with what has happened here in the past. 

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"Hundreds of protesters were reportedly killed on June 4, 1989, when Chinese troops launched a crackdown on a largely peaceful rally for basic rights being held in the Beijing square."

 

Why "reportedly?"

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6 hours ago, Neeranam said:

Most Chinese have never heard of 'tank man', the most famous photo of the 20th century. Hardly surprising as they have 35,000 internet police. When you search for June 4thon Baidu, you see baidu-0.jpg

 Whereas google 

google-0.jpg

And there are people on here defending the CCP, this is what Chinese monitoring is, erasing history!

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Very wel done.

Only problem is, that China is too powerful already and is threatening persons, countries with counter measures, if these try to mingle in so called "Chinese internal affairs", Tibet and Taiwan considered "lost sons", who have to be brought back in the mothers womb. 

China is the factory of the world. Corona showed that once again, many products having to come from China (face masks, etc).

We are depending too much on China, they know that and therefor they can be arrogant.

In name communist, but in reality imperialists and capitalists, suppressing nations, stealing intellectual property.

Europe, USA, Australia, NZ, Asian countries should unite, stand together and force China to be more democratic and behave in a normal way. 

Bring back production to our own countries a.s.a.p.: better quality control, faster supply chains,

less subject to Chinese blackmail.

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10 hours ago, Neeranam said:

What are you implying about the majority?

Well said. It's a racial slur disguised as a complement IMO.

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People like K.Netiwit restore my faith in this place.

 

Well done, brave man.

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11 hours ago, Neeranam said:

What are you implying about the majority?

Oh there's no implication. It's all baldly stated on the University thread.

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6 hours ago, PaulDee said:

"Hundreds of protesters were reportedly killed on June 4, 1989, when Chinese troops launched a crackdown on a largely peaceful rally for basic rights being held in the Beijing square."

 

Why "reportedly?"

Too much for the brainwashed to take in, but nobody says 'definitely.'

 

http://gregoryclark.net/page15/page15.html

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15 hours ago, PaulDee said:

"Hundreds of protesters were reportedly killed on June 4, 1989, when Chinese troops launched a crackdown on a largely peaceful rally for basic rights being held in the Beijing square."

 

Why "reportedly?"

If they had watched the BBC documentary I've just seen, they would not be in any doubt of it. They could, of course, ask Kate Adie.

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19 hours ago, PaulDee said:

"Hundreds of protesters were reportedly killed on June 4, 1989, when Chinese troops launched a crackdown on a largely peaceful rally for basic rights being held in the Beijing square."

 

Why "reportedly?"

There are no official figures obviously. There were few Western journalists and the one that got the Tank Man photo had to hide the film in the cistern in the toilet as the special police raided his apartment, taking all film. 

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13 hours ago, Traubert said:

Oh there's no implication. It's all baldly stated on the University thread.

What is boldly stated and what thread?

 

I wonder if you have any Thai relatives or friends?

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