Thumbs down to the lack of condemnation of the Chinese communist government for its suppression of any remembrance of the Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing on June 3 and 4, 1989. Maybe people have forgotten here, but in Hong Kong, the last place in the Chinese dictatorship where the massacre could be commemorated, and it was with hundreds of thousands of protesters each year, the massacre is remembered. The Chinese government forbid any remembrance celebrations this year because of ‘COVID concerns’. The ‘COVID concerns’ also extend to not allowing any online commemoration.

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