Tiananmen Deaths Remembered on 64th National Shame Day
October 1st is the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 64th
However, the Chinese people in Mainland China
call it a national shame day.
Today, Beijing’s air was badly polluted and torrential rain hit
The CCP leaders held umbrellas when attending the ceremony
in the Square.
Petitioners from different parts of China came to Tiananmen
Square on the day.
They protested against the violation of their human rights
by the CCP.
Radio Free Asia reported that thousands of petitioners
came to the Square.
Some threw the materials, which described their mistreatment,
to the air, some shouting slogans, some unfolding banners.
The police were busy catching them.
Zhejiang petitioner Shen Zhihua said that between 300 and
400 people were arrested and beaten in Tiananmen Police Station.
There is a different tune on the Internet compared
with the official celebration.
It is full of candles online reflecting sadness and sorrow.
Netizens linked number 64th to the Tiananmen massacre
incident that took place on June 4th 1989.
They questioned: “For whom the chilly wind and rain wept?"
Many netizens are mourning Xia Junfeng, a Shenyang street
vendor who was executed on Sept. 25, 2013.
October 1st is the seventh day after Xia’s execution,
also his funeral day.
Netizens posted many pairs of scrolls to mourn over his death,
they expressed their anger as well.
Some people said: “The funeral held on national shame day,
sacrificing to the CCP with blood!"
Some people said that now Xia had been executed, the gate of
pacifying closed forever.
Civilians and the regime are completely opposite from now on.
The CCP must pay for the blood-debt,
people are setting up its gallows.
Shandong Villagers Resisted Demolition, A Police
According to molihua.org, a youth office in Sanlibao village
in Linqing City, Shandong Province was forcibly demolished.
Villagers resisted the demolition but were attacked by an
unidentified group of people.
Villagers repelled the thugs, confiscating two unlicensed
vehicles. They found a policeman sitting in a vehicle.
The regime dispatched several hundred police to fight villagers.
Finally, the police made a concession.
A deputy director of the police wrote a letter to promise that
they won’t demolish the office again.