The Chinese Communist Party Publicly Lied to Cover Up the June Fourth Massacre

When Hu Yaobang died on April 15, 1989, long-accumulated social conflicts and public grievances began to erupt, and a large number of students and faculty members began to demonstrate peaceful mourning in the name of Hu, chanting slogans such as “against corruption and graft” and “democracy and freedom.” The movement reached its peak from mid-April to early June, when people from all walks of life, cadres and employees of Beijing institutions took to the streets in solidarity with the students, and the impact of the movement soon spread throughout the country, with the people calling for reform of the political system.

“After the June 4 incident, Yuan Mu, the spokesman of the State Council, publicly lied to the Western media, saying that the PLA had entered Tiananmen Square and cleared the area without killing or crushing a single student. In fact, a large number of Beijing citizens and students witnessed the massacre of students by the Chinese Communist army with tanks, machine guns and rifles. Some photos that were later released overseas confirmed the inhumane massacre of unarmed students by the soldiers, with bullets passing through their bodies and tanks crushing them, crushing their bodies into pulp. “Many years after the June 4 tragedy, Mrs. Yuan claimed that Premier Li Peng, who was in charge of the Communist Party’s bloody crackdown at the time, had asked Yuan to announce the casualty figures to the public.

“The June Fourth Incident led to the downfall of Zhao Ziyang, the General Secretary of the Communist Party, who was sympathetic to the students. In fact, the essence of this human tragedy is that the evil ruling group of the Chinese Communist Party is unwilling to give up its dictatorial rule and to let the people of China enjoy the rights of true democracy, freedom and the rule of law. Miles Guo, the founder of the New Federal State of China, was arrested and imprisoned for 22 months for his support of the June 4, 1989 student movement, and witnessed the shooting of hundreds of students and activists on June 4. To commemorate the blood and lives of the Chinese people in their pursuit of democracy, freedom, and the rule of law, Mr. Guo proclaimed June 4 as the day of the founding of the New Federal State of China.

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Translator: MOS Translation Team – Miles S.
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