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Factory Worker Photo Fail in Front of Li Keqiangg

When Chinese news reported on Premier Li Keqiang's visit to a Dongguan factory, a photo of this worker caught many people by surprise, Can you find anything wrong?

 

 

One Chinese blog said: "girl, please don't pretend, doesnt your hand get burnt?"

Another blogger: "So a government office worker pretends to sit there?"

Another: "could that be a "massage parlour lady" performing a sit in?" (Dongguan is "famous" for its massive prostitution "industry" which isprotected by local officials and criminals)

Tiananman Square Massacre 28 Year Anniversary PDF Print E-mail
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June 4 1989 - a day of infamy that will live forever in history despite the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) attempts to whitewash it.

Today is the 28th anniversary of the brutal massacre of peaceful university students by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) on the orders of the CCP.

The exact number of unarmed students shot or crushed into the streets by tanks is not known but is probably in the thousands.

The Chinese communist regime still rounds up activists and dissidents prior to these anniversaries and continues its censorship and denials of all public protests, with all online references purged from the internet.

The Tiananmen Mothers have long campaigned for accountability and compensation from the regime. They accuse the CCP of carrying out three decades of white terror against Tiananmen Square massacre victims’ families. They claim constant harassment and intimidation by the regime in a bid to stop them speaking out publicly.

Amnesty International said that time is not on the side of the survivors and families of victims seeking justice. Jiang Peikun, the husband of Ding Zilin, who was one of the founders of the Tiananmen Mothers, died in 2015 before he was able to see justice for his son Jiang Jielian, who was shot through the heart on that night.

The Tiananmen Mothers’ cries for justice are clear. What is needed now is the political courage and leadership to face the events of 1989 in an open and honest manner, and ensure that justice delayed is not justice denied.

See photo essay here - warning graphic images

 

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