China marks 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protest with free speech crackdown

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China marks the 31st of the massacre in Tiananmen Square with another crackdown on democratic rights, this time in Hong Kong with another censorship law and a crackdown on Hongkongers trying to honour the Chinese freedom fighters of 1989.

Hundreds, maybe thousands of protestors were killed over two days, June 4 and 5, 1989. China has never been clear with the death toll after the CCP forces opened fire on the crowd. Over 10,000 were arrested.

To mark this bloody occasion, China is cracking down on free speech in Hong Kong, as they fight for freedom from China.

A new generation is fighting for freedom, and they are being systematically silenced as the western world including the Canadian government largely ignores their existential fight.

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  • By Ezra Levant


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