June 4th is coming soon, and South Mongolia can only be more severe

I am a representative of the Southern Mongolian Congress. On the 35th anniversary of the June 4th Massacre, I commemorate the tragedy of 1989. Many young netizens who do not know about the historical event are confused. This is the position of the Chinese Communist Party.June 4th has always been one of the events of the Chinese Communist Party’s massacre. From the late night of June 3 to the morning of June 4, 1989, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army launched a violent crackdown on the unarmed protesters, mainly students, in Tiananmen Square, resulting in the deaths of thousands of civilians. The protests began in April of that year, and the protesters demanded that the Beijing authorities carry out democratic reforms, deal with corruption, and protect the public’s freedom of speech and freedom of the press.this few days new from RFA Southern Mongolia teachers’ groups are only allowed to discuss student courses:A teacher in Hohhot, Southern Mongolia, who did not want to be named, told this station: “June 4th is coming soon, and Inner Mongolia can only be more severe. Now every day is a sensitive day. Now netizens in various groups are unwilling to say anything. Teachers assign homework in the group, contact parents, and urge students to do their homework. Apart from that, there is nothing else.”More than 70 years have passed, and sadly, the repression and persecution of the Chinese Communist regime has intensified. “We have seen genocidal attacks on religion, language and culture against Southern Mongolia, Tibet, and the Uyghurs, the unfounded prosecution of democracy advocates in the so-called new national security law in Hong Kong, and more human rights violations throughout the country. At the same time, we see them posing a threat to global security in the South China Sea and intensifying their provocative attacks on Taiwan.”“Beijing’s tanks and troops may have suppressed demonstrations 35 years ago, and the image of the “Tank Man” has become a timeless symbol of global resistance to oppression. The killing of more than hundred of thousand Southern Mongolians during the Cultural Revolution is also an act of history and suppression of the truth about mass atrocities and crimes against humanity.Not only for the tragic events that took place 35 years ago and the Cultural Revolution era, genocide and cultural genocide, but also for Beijing’s continued human rights violations today.”We can emphasize the urgent need to hold the CCP accountable for all of its human rights violations, and to confront Xi Jinping’s attempts to undermine international norms and threaten global security. “Through our shared support for democracy and human rights, we can give voice to those oppressed by the CCP and ensure that the legacy of Tiananmen continues to inspire future generations.”Thank you very much for your invitation today. Together we appeal to the world for the common universal values ​​of democracy and freedom.

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