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A Tale of Two Buildings

 

 

The building of the police station in Zhenjiang Town, Jiangsu province commenced in 2008, and was first used as police station in September 2009. By November 2009, the local government decided that the area would be used for commercial development....so the compound was demolished.

The scandal was exposed by Chinese bloggers and resulted in wide criticism by Chinese internet users. Photos of the luxurious compound were spread on many website and blogs, and also, photos of some schools in the area, contrasting the two buildings and communist priorities.

 

Zhenjiang schoolchildren in their classroom. (screenshot)

Zhenjiang school children entering the school. (screenshot).

The red characters say Zhenjiang Police Station (screenshot)

The luxurious compund being demolished after 2 months of use. (screenshot)

 

 

New York Billboards About Communism’s Death Toll PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored   

(Photo courtesy of FOFG)

A series of billboards appeared in Times Square as part of a Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation campaign. The Foundation is a Washington, D.C.- based organization dedicated to educating the public about communism’s legacy worldwide.

The billboards note that today, 1 in 5 people on earth live under communism; that it remains illegal to mention the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre; and one billboard lists the deaths caused by communist regimes by country. China tops the list at 65 million.

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 October 2017 19:53
 

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