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‘Nanny,’ ‘Exiles,’ ‘Navalny’ among top Sundance winners

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

‘Nanny,’ ‘Exiles,’ ‘Navalny’ among top Sundance winners

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"In Tiananmen Square. And that is actually the very first time. I know this exists. So wait, so you're in law school? You're in your 20s. I am. In the first time you're hearing about the Tiananmen Square massacre, this worldwide news and the first time you're hearing about it is when randomly, it's in a documentary you happen to see. Yeah. Thanks to some clever dissident who made this happen. Your parents haven't told you about this? Never. Teachers never. Discovering the truth about Tiananmen Square made bad want to leave China. It wasn't just what had happened. It was how easily the history was.

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Hong Kong Arrests Pro-Democracy Leaders Behind Tiananmen Vigil

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Hong Kong Arrests Pro-Democracy Leaders Behind Tiananmen Vigil

"Several members of one of hong kong's pro democracy groups have been arrested over accusations of foreign collusion. The hong kong alliance is well known in the city for its role in organizing an annual vigil for victims of the deadly nineteen eight thousand nine tiananmen square. Crackdown

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Hong Kong commemorates Tiananmen Square Massacre despite crackdown

The Barry and Larry Real Estate Show

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong commemorates Tiananmen Square Massacre despite crackdown

"Square crackdown all entrances to Victoria Park, where the main vigil is normally held with barricaded, But hundreds of people instead created a procession around the park with the lights on their phones and candles. Clinician ABC NEWS Hong Kong, A group

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Microsoft's Bing Temporarily Blocked Searches of Tiananmen Square 'Tank Man' Image

BBC Newsday

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft's Bing Temporarily Blocked Searches of Tiananmen Square 'Tank Man' Image

"Microsoft has been rebuked after its search engine Bing blocked results for the query tank Man. The request normally finds the iconic image of a man defying tanks after the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing. Director of Human Rights Watch tweeted that Microsoft Action on the anniversary of the crackdown in Beijing was

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Microsoft’s Bing Briefly Blocked ‘Tank Man’ on Tiananmen Anniversary

BBC Assignment

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft’s Bing Briefly Blocked ‘Tank Man’ on Tiananmen Anniversary

"Has been criticized after its search engine Bing blocked results for the query tank Man on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. The request normally finds the iconic image of the man defying Chinese army tanks in Beijing in 1989.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Her and talk about this latest development in the best case, um don't forget. I mean, this is the anniversary. Not only of the lead up to The D Day invasion, which is Sunday. Now this is also The anniversary of the massacre in Tiananmen Square. Back in 1989. 1989 Tiananman Square. It's interesting. Because Um the what? What we've got here. His people rebelling. Against Dictatorship against communism against the totalitarian state. Think about that. What symbol do they adopt when they do that? In Tiananmen in the center of Tiananmen Square as the students were protesting You know what they had? Statue. Of The Statue of Liberty. They created their own. They created their own. Think about that. Why would they pick? I mean, if we're so terrible If we're so terrible Um Why Why would they pick that symbol? You know why? Because we're the last great hope for the world. In Hong Kong. In Hong Kong. Right now. They have People under arrest. For planning a protest. Protest. Marking the anniversary of what happened in Tiananmen Square. That's what China is doing. They're arresting the people who have organized it. China was given back Hong Kong from the British And it was with the agreement that the British Um Ask the Chinese To allow Hong Kong To have some autonomy. That has since not happened. You've seen what's been going on prior to covid what was happening there. The crackdowns and the Chinese have used the cover of Covid to crack down more on Hong Kong. They don't keep their word. You know, in a time when in this country we are discussing Colonialism, imperialism, black lives matter all of this. The Chinese Committing currently all the sins. That happened in the past in this country. And then we took great steps and blood. To reform. But in China Nope. And yet, I don't see people marching in the streets over here. About it. Oh, I see some You'll see the prime Minister of East Turkistan. And the prime minister came on this show Prime Minister in exile talking about the, um The genocide of the weaker people. And also the Kazakh ethnic minorities. You see that? Meanwhile, Meanwhile, What's happening. Nothing. Nothing over here. Nothing. When do we wake up? When do people in this country wake up and say, Hmm. Yeah. You know all that stuff we're talking about that goes on over here. Uh, it's really going on over in China. What makes me the most upset about this? Is the fact that when our secretary of state the new secretary of state under Joe Biden. Went to Alaska. For that for discussions with the Chinese. Do you know what they did? They sat there at that table. Said to us how dare you talk to us about human rights? Look what you're doing in your country. Police are going around and indiscriminately killing young black men. You have systematic racism in your country. You have white supremacy. What did they do? They were Gourgeon stated everything that the radical left in this country and they're really not the radical left anymore. Cause they're mainstream. When critical race theory is taught in elementary schools. That's not radical anymore. I mean, yes, we can classify the theory is radical. But it's mainstream as far as as far as the left is concerned, as far as the education systems are concerned, as far as corporate America is concerned. We've all got a cow tout a critical race theory. The Chinese through us right back in our faces. And yet, look at them. Look at what they're doing. They actually have concentration camps. We've heard from a woman. Who was a doctor. Who was forced to work in one of those concentration camps. As a teacher. She talked about how young healthy people were marked with a red X And that meant their organs were going to be harvesting and they disappeared. These, um Turkistan, ethnic minorities, Kazakh ethnic minorities. That's what's going on in China. We're gonna Mark um d day. The anniversary of D Day. 77th anniversary of D Day on Sunday. If I went out On the street right now. And asked 10 people under the age of 30. I'll even say 35. If D day was the right thing to do. You know that the majority of them would say, I don't really think so. Didn't I tell you about the the survey? Of young people that asked them whether or not it was reasonable for us to fight in World War two and over a third of them said No. I don't third speak Japanese. What does that third speak Japanese because they would be, uh, either Japanese or German. Um If you watch what is it? The man in the high castle is that, uh, I watched. Yeah. I watched the first two seasons on Netflix. Yes. If you believe that, you know it works under the scenario that That we lost World War two and the East Coast is run by the Germans. The West Coast is run by the Japanese and then in the middle of the country. It's kind of no man's land. That's actually how the left treats this, um, treats the country when you think about it. But That's what we're dealing with here. Today. There are people behind bars. In Hong Kong. Because they wanted to mark The anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. With protests. They're behind bars. There will be no recognition of it in China. There will be no recognition of the dead. Those who were tortured those who ended up in work camps and were worked to death. No, there will be no recognition of it. There will be no recognition of what China is doing right now. None. But yet China will throw back in our faces. All of this self loathing. I said for a very long time in order to be a member of the left now. You have to hate this country. It is self loathing. Think about The the individuals. The those who virtue signal the white suburban women who are probably the biggest advocates for black lives matter. Defund the police all of this crap. Talk about self loathing. Like, really. You hate yourself that much. That's why you believe in the Marxist principles of black lives matter. And yet you won't say a word about China. LeBron James. The corporations, not a word, John Cena. What? A what A what A giant P word. He is. I'm so sorry. I said the Taiwan was a country It is a country John. Oh, I see. It's going to affect your so for China to take over the world. They don't need any guns. They just need to pay us all off, right makes sense. Mike Armstrong. When we return you're listening to the chimp Alito Show your safe space. New evidence. Covid 19 originated from China's cover up directly led to this crisis, Given the intelligence community 90 days. What did happen in January 6th. Senate.

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Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

"Which came 32 years ago today, when hundreds possibly thousands, died when China's Communist Party had used the People's Liberation Army to put a bloody end to the student led pro democracy protests. 1989. The date is always a flashpoint and nowhere is this more sensitive than the restive region of Hong Kong. Already a prominent pro democracy activist, Xiao Hong Kong, has been arrested by police there for promoting unauthorized assembly. The authorities say this year's event has been banned due to covid social distancing restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents would normally packed Victoria Park in a late night vigil. The BBC's Danny Vincent has this report from Hong Kong. For more than three decades. Ivy lie has marked every anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. She keeps copies of newspaper articles from that day under her bed, she does not forget. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil that officially commemorates those that died in 1989. When the Army opened fire on pro democracy protesters. It's murder. It's a bloody massacre of Tiananmen Square. This year, the police have banned an annual visual marking the day they threatened to imprison anyone who defies covid 19 restrictions. Ivy becomes emotional at the thought of not being able to attend. Activists believe the pandemic is being used as an excuse to silence dissent. That the which, over the years I think that not being able to go to Victoria Park, Hong Kong people will be very upset. Yeah.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

"It turned out to be false will that was the title economy. That's established the now and as it turned out a number of the house in that cat. Cable were incorrect however he he was persuaded by because it had come from our embassy as were hundreds of thousands of other people and as i said in the book about this was roar. Intelligence and roar intelligence is always made to be corrected afterwards. Did bob regret having rid those details out. So publicly at the memorial service given that they ended up at least some of them ended up being retracted by the embassy. Not that he ever said so. We didn't talk about that. Because they the point about that was and webs he said this. The good thing that came out of that was that many. Australians i hadn't realized how dave he's humanitarian failings and compassion was suddenly realized that he was a genuine humanitarian people. I off also include the chinese extraordinary experience to say a white man crying for them. And so i went. Oh okay well. I'll try and find that cable. So we emailed the national archives and surprise surprise the cable materialized in front of us and we had it and it's this extraordinary document. Bob hawke on the radio very small amount of. He's a description of the most horrific things that happened in the lead up to the mexico as the army into beijing during the massacre and then afterwards as well as people were arrested and So we had the document. And that's and i had bled saying that it turned out not to be true. And that's when we realized that guy we're gonna story here. We started writing it up for a story to come out today but then we stumbled upon even more information about this in another bizarre way. So let's let's step back a what is it. What is a cable. How do these things come to be. And what do we know about how this particular one came to be. Okay so a cable is basically a fancy word for just a memo sint from an embassy to to another embassy or back to base so cable is basically an email accepting nelson exist nine and ninety nine but an email back to canberra from the beijing embassy from the embassy staff. Saying this is what we think happened in tiananmen square. We thought you should know. And so what do we know about how that particular cable came to be written. Yeah all. I didn't think i would find that patient information but in the process of of reporting this story I was recommended. It was recommended to me that i give a guy at the australian national university. A call richard rigby is his name. He's a professor there and a former foam department of artificial. And i think we have the recording of of what happened. Let's listen to this okay. So richard firstly essentially the the cable. Yes what did you think of it when you saw it. Well i drafted oh. I thought i needed that. Okay okay so you literally found the person who wrote the cable. Yeah so i mean do does it. How do you feel about it Thirty two years later well had do. We feel about a few days later. When the situation started to become clear it was the best information we could put together at the time and not the time being less than thirty six hours. Guess now when you say that the cable and by extension the contents of bob hawke's speech in the days after the gentleman square massacre was wrong. How wrong was it. Do think so. Richard rigby told me was basically that they had an informant inside the chinese government. Who up until that point had proven extremely reliable. The local informed hitherto entirely reliable local which we referred to in the cable and. I'm pretty sure that he was also speaking to equivalents so senior people in the british embassy at the time and he told them all the details. That bob hawke read out to the surprise of embassy officials on national television but then in the embassy couple of students who had been protesting arrived and sought asylum from the chinese government and they brought the students inside the embassy and said look. This is what we think. This is what we understand happened inside the square. We understand that there was this horrific massacre. And they're like no no. That's not really what happened at all. No actually no no none of. That's true crucial. Core thing of what happened actually in the square itself and we heard that quite quickly within a matter of days fried directly from the mouth of degen one of the leading well the guy the guy who helped negotiate the peaceful withdrawal of most of the students from the square and he was the dissident who came and was given shelter in our embassy. Will you surprised that this informant got those details about what was in what happened in the square wrong. And do you have any insight as to why that informant my got that wrong. I think that he was telling the truth. I think that he sold that. He was telling the truth right. It was the sort of stuff that a lot of other people that we were talking again. In the immediate aftermath were were saying. I cannot entirely wrote the possibility that we were being fed some sort of align because although he was as we signed the cable closely connected with quite senior people within the chinese government. The whole incident occurred because there was this very serious literally life and death power struggle going on but the highest levels of the chinese government and he of course be reflecting the views and the hopes than the fears health one particular group the group the group that lost out so that would be a a vested interest in conveying as bad a picture as possible of what the people on the other side of this past..

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on The Signal

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Organizers Lose Appeal to Hold Tiananmen Vigil in Hong Kong

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Organizers Lose Appeal to Hold Tiananmen Vigil in Hong Kong

"Organizer's oven Annual vigil to mark the 1989 crackdown on pro democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square say they have lost an appeal to hold this year's event in Hong Kong. This is a second year that Hong Kong police abandon visual sighting coronavirus

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Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law

3 Dimensional Wealth Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law

"Its influence the communist government in Beijing clamping down on freedom in many forms, including religion, but also politics. Hong Kong pro democracy activist and media tycoon Jimmy Lai now under arrest again, Hong Kong media reports lie is being charged on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces and endangering national security as authorities step up a crackdown on descent. He's the most high profile person. Out of more than two dozen charged under a sweeping law passed in June by Beijing. Responding to the Hong Kong protests that began in June, 2019 over proposed extradition law lie had discussed that law with Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeii last year on a trip to the U. S. He's also endured three other arrests this past year, including taking part in what was termed an unauthorized vigil marking the anniversary of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. George Burns on the reporting.

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Trump signs order to bar transactions with TikTok's parent company

The Gee and Ursula Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Trump signs order to bar transactions with TikTok's parent company

"Because President Trump has signed an executive order now that would ban Tic Tac from doing business with US firms or the company that owns it. Ah, And the question is Is TIC tac, really a national security issue. Yeah, because the idea that it's owned by the Chinese company and that Chinese companies because of China being a totalitarian regime are one and the same with the repressive government there And, you know, I've never been a big fan of China, especially since the Tiananmen Square crackdown back in what, 89 I was around the same age is a lot of those college students. That just always stuck with me How they just, you know, wiped out so many of their up and coming generation in an effort to hang onto power. And so as technology has progressed, all these abs that most of us led on our phones were giving way. All this information about where we are who we are about what we like and what we do. I mean, the fact the idea of thinking about information going to AA Communist regime or the Chinese regime. I'm not sure exactly what they could do to me other than make me serve up more ads for me to look at for stuff I don't need to buy. But I can't. There's a part of me that's uneasy. Uneasy about the Chinese ownership of TIC tac and understand where Trump is coming from, which is probably just a bid to kind of reach up to the base in an

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Zoom says China demanded shutting activists' accounts over Tiananmen event

BTV Simulcast

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Zoom says China demanded shutting activists' accounts over Tiananmen event

"Meanwhile Zuma's admitted shutting user accounts at the request of China during the recent anniversary of the nineteen eighty nine Tiananmen Square protests to accounts of pro democracy Chinese activist based in the US were deactivated and participants in the mainland were prevented from joining calls on the subject zoom is still available in China which heavily censors only reference of the Tiananmen

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Zoom shuts accounts of activists holding Tiananmen Square and Hong Kong events

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Zoom shuts accounts of activists holding Tiananmen Square and Hong Kong events

"Zoom is drawing fresh questions over its relationship with the Chinese government after it shut down a U. S. human rights organizations account shortly after its video conference on the nineteen eighty nine Tiananmen Square massacre humanitarian China say when it tried to access the platform Sunday it found the account had been closed without notification or explanation from the platform zoom quietly reactivated the account Wednesday after Axios reported the shut

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Nikkei rises to fresh 3-month high on recovery hopes

America's Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Nikkei rises to fresh 3-month high on recovery hopes

"AFN markets and shares advanced in Asia today Tokyo's Nikkei closing at its highest level since late February gaining point four percent after opening lawyer the hang Seng in Hong Kong surging one percent after authorities showed restraint as thousands defied a police ban to join a candlelight vigil Thursday marking the thirty first anniversary of China's crushing of democracy in Beijing's Tiananmen Square

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Police pepper spray Hong Kongers defying ban to mark Tiananmen

Vicki McKenna

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Police pepper spray Hong Kongers defying ban to mark Tiananmen

"Of people are to find a band in Hong Kong to remember the Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing boxes Simon reports a crowd of several thousand holding a candlelight vigil in Hong Kong marking the seventy first anniversary of China's deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown today they don't even know if we can still come out the vigil is an annual event but this year's was banned police citing coronavirus social distancing rules it comes as activists will China's central government is eroding Hong Kong's autonomy the vigil did turn ugly in parts police pepper spraying some protesters who were trying to set up road blocks

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Hong Kong marks Tiananmen anniversary, defying a police ban

Morning Edition

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong marks Tiananmen anniversary, defying a police ban

"The day in nineteen eighty nine when China sent its military against protesters Chinese troops massacred many people as they cleared Tiananmen Square commemorating this massacre is forbidden in mainland China but Hong Kong has held huge rallies every year to remember the victims until this year when police band of that activity although organizers say they're going ahead and peers Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing either Emily Hey Steve why is this anniversary so important in Hong Kong well that you're thirty one years ago nineteen eighty nine Hong Kong was still a British colony and this all these protests in Beijing as a parallel of their own struggle at that point that the U. K. in China had already agreed that in the future nineteen ninety seven Hong Kong will be returned to Chinese rule is the idea was if protesters in Beijing could create a democratic China then democracy might finally arrives in Hong Kong as well which we know didn't happen but after the military crackdown on June fourth Hong Kong served another purpose if you came this important counter factual of what China could have been with some limited civil rights here's Joe from saw an activist who now lives in New Jersey but in nineteen eighty nine he was one of the student leaders in Tiananmen Hong Kong show the odds are stacked up chime in C. spirit off the people yes this condo at the beach you it's represented to lawful street the ninety people that China could be different but in some ways nineteen eighty nine also sealed Hong Kong state that your Beijing and Hong Kong were drafting the conditions under which China would govern Hong Kong and Beijing after the Saudis tenement protests effectively took control of writing those conditions may include more stringent language on national security and the version that you see them citing today the latter is that candlelight vigil that Jones was just talking about in Hong Kong feels particularly existential despair because Hong Kong is now coming under threat from Beijing's control yeah and and of course the the very fact that they were able to hold this vigil at all this memorial for tenements where over the years suggests that there has been greater freedom in Hong Kong what's happening now that the government the central government's cracking down that could disappear quickly there is this proposed national security law which would effectively criminalize all forms of dissent in Hong Kong that will likely be passed this month by Beijing and then today Hong Kong's own legislature passed a national anthem law which criminalizes people who make fun of China's national anthem back in ninety three years in prison now or a hefty fine lawmakers try to block that vote one was dragged out of the chamber the bill passed anyways so now we have this anniversary which has been marked for generations for decades anyway and in Hong Kong and that that that that commemoration is banned water people going to do after this behind the rally said tonight they're still going to congregate they're going to risk arrest and fines churches which has more the way when it comes to corona virus related social distancing guidelines say that they're going to hold some smaller private events across Hong Kong and people are encouraging other individuals to light candles in their home if they don't want to come to a public space so events are still going to go forward now other countries are trying to put pressure on Beijing to not pass this national security law the US White House has said they'll revoke Hong Kong's trade privileges if the laws passed but Beijing will likely bear that cost and the United Kingdom the former colonial power that ruled Hong Kong actually set this week to open a path for citizenship for about three million Hong Kongers if the national security laws passed Kelly thanks for the update

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Seven top ten singles thirty one years ago Tiananmen Square Chinese army troops in Beijing trying to crush a pro democracy movement hundreds possibly thousands of people died twenty eight years ago in nineteen ninety two young Elvis beat out chubby Elvis in a nationwide vote for which Elvis should be featured on a U. S. postage stamp still trying to figure out why I didn't get a choice for Ellison is black and the other yeah yes birthdays today include the former Mrs Billy Bob Thornton and the former Mrs Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie is forty five also turning forty five today Russell brand name where'd he go don't know I guess you you once you've done that Katy Perry things yeah throws you a curve you're done everywhere he's a Daddy now though the rasi juice sons of anarchy forty five years old no all widely Dr John Carter on ER Tom Mason on falling skies he's forty nine today and it's the birthday for one ms Phillips a like the monkeys Love Me some Mamas and Papas Michelle Phillips is seventy six actor extraordinaire Laura Dern's father Bruce Dern is eighty four most recently you saw him as the extremely racist general Sanford's mothers in the hateful eight and nominated for an academy award in coming home Dr Ruth Westheimer the elder states wanna get that all the news ninety two today and birthday for one about the mark where the back the B. Freddy fender born on this day in.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on KTOK

"The rally update brings you something you might not know the USA is echo wing protests that happened in other countries thirty one years ago this week Chinese students marched through the streets of Beijing demanding basic human rights like free speech and open markets the protests lasted months ending in a brutal communist cracked down on its own citizenry here's the story of Tiananmen Square and the massacre there April nineteen eighty nine the death of a popular political reformer triggers a wave of protests throughout China by mid may one hundred thousand students and workers feel Tiananmen Square in Beijing directly in front of the massive Liam of Mao Zedong two hundred and fifty thousand Chinese troops confront the demonstrators but failed to stop the up rise by the end of may again thirty one years ago there are one million protesters in Tiananmen Square the crisis escalated until the early hours of June fourth when Chinese troops attacked the square from every direction soldiers given permission to shoot civilians armored tanks smashing into the protesters who refused to leave some footage managed to reach the west including the video of tank man a protester who famously faced down the business end of a tank armed with nothing but his briefcase the Chinese government would not release casualty figures today military force still a big part of the Chinese communist playbook especially now in Hong Kong Beijing currently trying to seize control of the quotes special region pushing laws prohibiting treason secession subversion it would even allow the government to place security police around the city but you cannot Google that inside China the great fire wall blocks hundreds of thousands of key words on all search engines Communist Party employs thirty thousand web police recording emails chats everything say something the government doesn't like get ready for a knock on the door and works back after this a former White House economist says is a hundred percent chance of a recession and projects one million jobs will be lost in April so many Americans are moving to physical gold and silver as a.

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Hong Kong is in recession after almost 5 months of protests

PRI's The World

08:01 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong is in recession after almost 5 months of protests

"I'm Marco Werman this is the world Hong Kong is in recession and after nearly five months of street protests the economy in one of China's most important business hubs is slowing down retail sales are plunging also tourism is off fifty percent in October compared with last year and the U. S. China trade war is taking a financial toll the demonstrations in Hong Kong have been led mostly by young people protesting the way China governs a territory. It's easy to make a historical comparison to nineteen eighty nine when young people in Beijing's Tiananmen Square also protested in Beijing so two years ago we were begging for something called freedom that we member taste them by ones were you were smashed and we just gave up that's Han Dongfang. He was a protest leader in Gentleman Square after the bloody crackdown he spent a couple of years in prison and he later fled to Hong Kong now he's a labor organizer base there and he's watching and supporting this young generation protesters Han told me the movement in Hong Kong DOC is different from gentlemen in one crucial way today Hong Kong young people what they are doing is not begging in an Oscar for freedom is they have been living and freedom now someone attempting to take away so that is the fundamental for instance that is what I believe these people will never gave up how much have you been speaking with protesters in Hong Kong in recent weeks and what have you been hearing I am not really speaking to them I am participating in every major protest I am industries I observe them and I learned from on them because if I well remember in nine in two thousand fourteen I saw these young people into the highway and I run into them I said look you've got to get out from the highway you are giving them excuses the two shoe and I came from a nineteen eighty nine Tiananmen Square as what happens at the time they get shoes and these are shooting people and people don't want to listen to me an ICU kind of sad. about saw you know they are really not taking their life Catholic and they are really taking great risk but on fung aren't the protesters today also giving the the authorities plenty of reasons to kind of mistake reprisals I mean subway stations have been a set a a light they've occupied the airport I mean they're giving it seems the police a lot of reasons to to crack down on them yes you can say today even more than two thousand fourteen even more than thirty years ago in Tiananmen Square was they'll protesters are doing but the fundamental differences the protesters the mentality and courage so two years ago we we're fighting for something in or dreams we never know whenever taste it if we don't get it and we don't really lose anything but nowadays these people what from my observation in the street every major protest I can see a determination from their phase their body language and especially this is joined by men women young men and women and women are not following a man and men are on their own so all over in st they in their say's in their body language you can read they are ready to burn together it if it burns so dunk fung what is your advice to the Hong Kong protesters at this moment and where should they steer that courage I'm afraid I don't have a any strategic suggestions because I don't have it I am is a learning from them about the decorative ity of organizing difference activism protests every day during the week and evening date so this is a very new to mate so US Vice President Mike Pence says a America stands with Hong Kong and he criticised China for curtailing the rights is in liberties of Hong Kongers does that help the protesters or does it just add to the Chinese government's claim that this whole protest movement is a Western inspired separatist movement oh it's definitely help the movement the protests in Hong Kong and to make the Chinese government to think twice what to do but I have a very serious question here as Mista pants our Mr trump they taking this decision as a strategic move to make themselves in better position during the trade deal trade talk as a chip or as they are taking it as principal that no matter what even there there's no trade war they will take this human rights and democracy matter seriously what about if the U. S. China trade deal goes well while they oh back there will be no pressure there's no concern at what the Hong Kong people will do with that so help us with this one final question Dongfang despite some of the police crackdown on protesters disrupting business and mass transit in Hong Kong it seems many Hong Kongers have not abandoned or given up on the protesters and their actions why do you think that is what does it tell us you know Hong Kong people have enjoyed the freedom or snow much democracy Z. in a pause up to this point but enjoy the freedom freedom means you don't have to realize that every day morning would you tab use as I'm in freedom no freedom the beauty of freedom you don't realize that every day you don't have to pay attention but once somewhat attempt to AAC it whether your business person big business small business big like Miss the League coaching as more like other corners streets let you open a small restaurant leak catching as a big tycoon in Hong Kong right yeah big tie tongue one of the I didn't know riches Jason and Asia and the world maybe these people they all suddenly few their freedom as maybe a facing to a risk and this is a what make people bring people together you lose the same things that you enjoy didn't really have to feel it every day now you feel the same danger but the same even people were walking in the street protests the same things are fearful of losing freedom and they're not not necessarily show last or right middle or what but they are gathered together on this one same interests and fear which is fearful of losing freedom so that's my explanation about why Hong Kong people even the businesspeople they lose some business they're not but they're still tolerate this because they know that I had them. There will be bigger things to Luke's Han Dongfang a protest leader at Gentlemen Square nineteen eighty nine and currently a Labor activist thank you very much for your perspective I really appreciate it thank you thank you. Ns talking to you

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Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

Marketplace

11:21 min | 2 years ago

Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

"So let's talk about China last Friday Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted quote fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong unquote that might sound anodyne enough in the American political context but a true outrage in China where the NBA and especially the rockets are wildly popular the Chinese reacted to punish the NBA polling rockets merchandise off the markets and taking NBA preseason games off the air China wants an apology and they wanted in the form they usually secret for multinationals the go against the Chinese line by for example presenting Taiwan as a separate country from China Marriott international respects and supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China that's a real statement from Marriott last year after employees expressed support for human rights in Tibet at ended up firing that employee the NBA has not been willing to go that far in the face of Chinese demands well more he took down his tweet commissioner Adam silver said league supports his right to free speech that's contrary to the Chinese line which is the free speech does not extend to support for what it considers to be separatist movements but can be is also alienated Americans by expressing regret that Maury support for freedom in Hong Kong and quote deeply offended many of our friends and fans in China unquote and for a league that's prided itself on letting players express themselves on matters of social concern now other players nor coaches nor managers seem to want to talk about the merits of the Hong Kong issue at all this week the NBA's limp response has led to a bipartisan group of lawmakers from Ted Cruz to Alexandria castle Cortez demanding the NBA withdrawal from China until China agrees to stop selectively punishing Houston Rockets for Maurice exercise of free speech on American soil Lynette as we can see with this example with Marriott and many others before the NBA this is been going on for years but this NBA story seems to have a lot of Americans focusing for the first time on the way China treats American multinationals and what that means for American values and free speech around the world and worrying that instead of exporting freedom to China's made we hope to do two decades ago they were importing China's authoritarianism is is that something we should be worried about yeah I think that we are no longer under there the illusion that exporting big macs and basketball to China are going to get the Chinese Communist Party to change values and if you are not exporting values to China you need to worry that China is exporting values to you and that's the case here Hong Kong has become a new third wait rail in Chinese politics when the NBA went into China in the nineties it was not that it was you know they knew that it you know too that was off limits Taiwan was off limits Tiananmen Square is off limits three T. is now Hong Kong has become part of that this is a relatively new development and I can understand that things are changing quickly the kids in Hong Kong who are protesting are getting exactly what they want which is becoming a flashpoint between the west and China and and it's a new reality that we're gonna have to deal with as well as the reality that she's in paying is far more bellicose sees enemies everywhere and is far more aggressive than his predecessors so American companies look at this and they see China really caring about the stuff it's it's not always clear the extent to which that's the Chinese government caring versus the Chinese public caring I think I think people do make an error the way they talk about this is that were solely the Chinese government I think some of this is Jane genuine public opinion and consumer concern in China but basically these US firms see this stuff is really cared about China U. S. consumers don't really care about this stuff and so we should change what's in our movies so that it meets with you know with Chinese expectations about Chinese patriotism and you know we should refrain from commenting on political issues that are flashpoints in China and rich I'm I just look at that I'm not sure what to do about it I mean you see people saying things like all trading with China isn't worth it but a that you know that that would be a big thing to try to change it also I don't even know what that would mean you want to we're gonna prohibit people in China from watching American basketball I think it's I think it's very hard to extricate yourself from the wishes of a large rising country with a lot of middle income people that has you know about a billion and a half residents well it is a real problem and it's just China has managed to this where they have their own dictatorial one party state with a semi market system that's created a huge and lark lucrative customer base for American businesses and as capitalist enterprises they're really responsive to that and ways that because self abasement and the the NBA is just the worst example of it and just the the stocks tarnishing hypocrisy of the NBA you know bowling North Carolina and to changing a bathroom law doesn't like and then render yourself completely mute on on you know heinous human rights abuses are much worse than anything North Carolina could do on bathrooms and by the way China's horrible on gay and transgender issues and no one will say a peep about it is it's just really despicable conduct and it and and just having by the confiscating signs comes getting a sign at a an exhibition game at the arena down a Washington it just has Google Uighurs he can't hold a sign that says learn more about a minority group it's completely insane I think though I will say that the Chinese government in its tabloids seems to be backtracking at first four days ago it was you know screw the NBA were very angry and now they're like okay you can go back to watching basketball again it's eats weird seeing the CCP do this because you know it it for years the Chinese model was kind of by your time be polite and you know don't show China strength until it's fully strong and now you know yeah the CZ P. kind of unleashed the Chinese you know I nationalism on the NBA and then realize we second we have to get this genie back in the bottle because the Americans are mad I mean I don't think China is ever pissed off Americans like this is that why it's not that because I've been wondering about whether this is successfully splitting the Chinese consumer base from the Chinese government which is to say that like American consumers you know Chinese consumers might you know have opinions about Hong Kong that doesn't necessarily mean they care deeply all of them do care deeply about the NBA lesson is are we out of bide your time are we strong enough destroyer strength or are we still invite your time but also kind of the that's the tension that China has right now partly because of the trade war partly because of Hong Kong are we strong enough to show our strength yet or are we still in this period of bide your time and when Americans get really really angry China is China kind of takes a second and take the beaten says wait a second maybe we're still invite your time out you don't think that they're concerned about losing internal public support where people are just gonna say I just want to watch the Houston Rockets when a fan of yeah I mean that's one issue and the other issue is you know what American at what the United States has done to Chinese tech companies and they realize after what happened with while way you know if the Americans get really really mad and cut off you know the US semiconductor industry they can still cripple our our major multinationals they can still cripple our advancement they can still stunned China twenty twenty five so the are you invite your time or are you strong enough to make bellicose statements like this it's a real tension right now and I think that's that's why we're seeing this this putting that genie back in the bottle in Chinese media Chinese tabloids I wonder if there are ways to use the the international trade agreements mechanisms to our advantage here which is to say we talk a lot when when we have trade disputes with China about what we want out of them that we want market access we want US financial firms people sell products there do we want them to respect the intellectual property of our software firms of our pharmaceutical firms what about respecting the intellectual property of our entertainment and sports firms if we said to them you know what we want market access for these firms that means allowing companies in on an even playing field without discriminating against them on the basis of of legal statements their employees might make in other countries now obviously I can imagine the Chinese would both resist roles like that and maybe not comply with them at all times but that's the thing we encounter on farm on software to it feels like this is a thing that we actually could negotiate for and that among other things when China does the these sorts of things punishes companies for saying the wrong things those are trade restrictions it's it's feels clinical to describe them as trade restrictions but they are they are and and we have ways of addressing trade restrictions I think this is shing point it would be a worthy goal just worries a practical matter it may require the Chinese changing their system even more than our current demands on them on trades would be very unlikely to result minor I I don't know I the there's a reason why US corporates were mixed on having this trade war in the first place and it's because they'd gotten along you know kind of quietly doing what the Chinese said without Americans really finding out about it and the trade war is bringing a lot of this to light how much Chinese US corporate have kowtow to the Chinese it's embarrassing for them and part of it is part of why they kept quiet was because of this change because of the shame of getting their intellectual property stolen changing the bad guy out in Hollywood film all this has been very Chaim as shameful and unfortunately now that the aggression between the US and China has has been blown out in the open so to have has the shameful behavior of US corporates I think it's really weird the way the president has handled the story which is why isn't he you're eagerly jumping on it here it's like this political gift to him here is this event that is created organic sentiment against communist China and specifically against the way communist China does does this commerce on at the time that he's waiting this trade warranty has Ted Cruz and A. O. C. N. Tomalin asking people all over the political spectrum Congress complaining about the Chinese why can't he picked us up and say see this is why we need to get tough on China this is why we need the terrorists to squeeze concessions out them so that they out of them so they treat American firms fairly it seems like this would be an opportunity for him to actually win over people who have been skeptical of his China policy and any barely wants to touch it no one he hasn't been big on talking about human rights in Hong Kong himself to he's afraid of offending China because he really wants at least over Chinese trade deal I mean it it's a you know when we talk about the trade deal we talk about what trump wants and what people are expecting now what Wall Street is expecting is nothing more than a pump and dump really something like you know trump doing some minor detail saying a bunch of positive things the stock market going up and then during the next deadline you know things kind of falling off and going off the rails again I mean trump can do no better than that and in his career in the stock market he never did any better than a pump and dump either but so then why are the markets up so much this week because when the president goes out and makes these statements about you know things are you know the tone is completely changed with China things are so much better I'm really excited about this meeting for this vice from here I think the way this is covered in the news is basically as trump B. S. saying trying to move the markets up he is trusting buttons but then why don't the market see through that wire the market's moving up there that you know that should mean that they think that you know the economic outlook is better because this actually reflects a change in the way that our trade relationship with China is going

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China celebrates 70th anniversary as Xi warns ‘no force can shake great nation’

Morning Edition

04:31 min | 2 years ago

China celebrates 70th anniversary as Xi warns ‘no force can shake great nation’

"What's it like to be in China as it marks the seventy years of communist rule in Tiananmen Square facing the famed red outside wall of Beijing's forbidden city tanks and missiles rolled past in a military parade today. this was one of many ways to China's government celebrated the Republic that was proclaimed after communists one power in nineteen forty nine well outside Beijing in Hong Kong pro democracy protesters mark this anniversary with demonstrations All Things Considered host also Chang is in Beijing today she's been reporting for several days inside China hi there also Hey Steve what have you seen today. well we've been spending most of the day walking around central Beijing we were within a mile of Tiananmen Square where the festivities were happening even though we were credentialed by the Chinese government to cover the event most foreign media were not allowed at the actual site of the celebration in fact we were told by police officers today that are credentials didn't even allow us to interview anyone on the street or take any pictures while walking around the city and I want to say it is worth noting that that lack of access to these huge celebrations went for most of the people in central Beijing I mean there were barricades police everywhere keeping crowds at bay and what we saw were people just sitting around in beach chairs all over the sidewalk as if they were waiting for festivities to pass on by but they were all actually just watching the celebration huddled around these tiny screens on their iPhones participating but also know we totally shut out at the same time all of those rules would imply some tension on the part of the government some anxiety on the part of the government that nothing would disrupt this this anniversary nevertheless it was the anniversary that brought you to China you've been able to move around a bit more freely on other days and what what are you trying to learn. what I wanted to take a look at on this trip were what promises did the Chinese Communist Party makes seventy years ago and what promises have they make good on basically because you know in a lot of ways the CZ P. is a party of contradictions it was once the party of revolution it's now become the establishment here yes communist in name but it is not the party of the proletariat it's a party of state capitalism and it's a party that promise to lift people out of poverty which you know to be true be told it has done a spectacular job of in fact it's lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty but at the same time income inequalities have intensified over the last few decades and part of our reporting here has been trying to understand how those inequalities have played out over different generations within different classes of people who have you been able to talk with well this time of migrant workers who had moved to Beijing thirty years ago from the countryside on these are guys who work seven days a week ten hours a day and yet they still say their lives are hundreds even thousands of times better than their parents lives are their exact words and that gets to one of the party's central promises which is if you work hard and you trust us we will make your life better and we found that that message actually resonates with people from totally different backgrounds here like here's an architect who lives in Beijing her name is grace jeans she's twenty eight so I don't care who is the leader. I'm really not care or you just know you can't choose anyway maybe both. but just selling trial maybe yeah we know the leader what makes Daddy wise choice like his his days unlike the United States so what what she's saying is you know me and also want to stability to focus on her career on success and she says that is exactly what the Chinese government is giving her of course in Hong Kong there are people who don't want that arrangement who want more freedom to choose their own leaders and been protesting get again today what is China's leadership saying about Hong Kong on this particular day of celebration in protest yeah well president she's in pain today mention Hong Kong specifically he reiterated that Hong Kong will always be a part of China it's one country two systems and he vowed that China will always maintain stability in Hong Kong he said specifically no force can shake the status of our great mother land no force can obstruct the advance of the Chinese people and Chinese nation also thanks very much for your impressions really appreciate it you're welcome NPR's

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Hong Kong protests turn violent

Pantsuit Politics

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong protests turn violent

"Okay well speaking in a big brother. That's actually a great segue into one of the biggest stories around the globe over the weekend which were the violent protests in Hong Kong so the Hong Kong protests are entering their seventeenth week and they have really dialed up in the past few days because today is the seventieth anniversary of communist Communist rule in China as you can imagine pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong are not exactly excited to celebrate this anniversary but it's a big deal for China which which means. It's a big way for the protesters to send a message. China puts on a big military display in previous years. They've had twelve thousand troops marched through Tiananmen Square where they expect those numbers to be even bigger this year and so with a trade war already giving lots of negative press to China and its economy Hong Kong and in at specifically the pro democracy protesters saw this as their chance to continue to protest and make their messages heard. Unfortunately many of the protests turned turned violent. There are lots of reports of police brutality police fired canister after canister of tear gas and the protesters fought back with blockade aide blocking the streets with throwing stones taken up from the sidewalks and streets and with gasoline bombs thrown back in defense at the police police. We are not helping the situation with our trade war with China. Hong Kong's value to the world has often been as a hub that is kind kind of a bridge between the outside world and mainland China and with the increasing friction between China and the United States there are commentators who think think that Hong Kong's value as that hub is diminishing and it's really jeopardising Hong Kong's place in the world long-term The New York Times quotes Lynette Aung Long a China expert at the University of Toronto is saying after all of this we will see a different Hong Kong the very reason for Hong Kong's existence the rule of law respect for the police for public institutions respect for the judiciary the bureaucracy everything has been eroded. This is a really existential time for Hong Kong and having it come at the same time as this anniversary of Communist role in China when Xi Jinping is engaged in his domestic grab for power in making his term term basically unlimited and his G. political jockeying for power with the United States. It's just there's a lot going on here. I am impressed seventeen weeks to sustain protests. It's amazing and I don't think the protesters and Hong Kong are going anywhere. They are really fighting for their country. We had a listener listener reach out on instagram and say I don't understand the goal of these protests because even if many of their demands hands are met and many have been the original legislation to extradite political prisoners to China or anybody else charged with a crime was withdrawn officially but she asked even if they succeed and having these demands bet we're coming up on the deadline where we have one country two systems that was set up when Hong Kong was released from British rule and turned back over to the Chinese government that that deadline is approaching and so so what do we see happening. What are they. What are the protesters? The PRO democracy protesters who existed before this bill came before the Hong Kong legislator the what's their goal. What is the the long view of how they could exist separate from China if they imagine a scenario when China would ever allow that to happen and and the answer is I don't know I don't know and I don't really feel like it's my place to advocate for one of the other because I don't live in Hong Kong and so the people who do and the the pro democracy protesters particularly the the young ones that people who are going to be living way past just the deadline of this agreement have demands and they do have a vision and it does seem to be if not separate from China fiercely independent and I think as the weeks of the protests continue we'll have a better understanding of where they envisioned all this going but the Chinese government government most certainly envisions a more forceful physical clash with these protesters.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WTVN

"Gonna stamp it down like Tiananmen Square. and so the there are citizens in China who are being motivated to follow the dictates of the communist Chinese government in order to maintain a high social score it is the way the trite com's our our for saying that kind of mass behavior they want and of course the mass behavior they want is no criticism of government. is permitted if you criticize the government in public you get a negative mark and it's that one's a a pretty big one you could lose privileges you can use those various shopping privileges use of your mobile device behavioral your could be subject to charges of breaking the law. and. yeah it's it's really it's really hideous. and it's being done under the guise like the Chinese of the communist do everywhere of maintaining social order. and proper behavior in proper morality and and all of that. in the drive by media and some of the people that I read to my tech blogs they're not so outraged by it they well it's the Chinese what you're gonna say I would maintain to you. that I think Google and Twitter and YouTube. and all of these social media Titans are already doing this. aiming at conservatives look at the number of conservatives that are bland band that our shadow band that are in the accounts are closed simply because they're conservative they may not even be rabble rousing they're just conservative. they are critical of the government critical of Obama critical of this critical that they get shut down I don't see any real difference. other than Google and Twitter and YouTube or not the government. but this is the kind of thing that that that takes hold and and and can and can build ABC has a long story on this yeah it's a mixture of video and still shots and tax and it's impossible to format. in in print to give you details but I've I've been following this for the past. couple of weeks and it's it's just it's typical communism and it is it is portrayed as loving and maintaining order but it clearly is the the kind of over a billion people this is the way they're going to control of my issuing public scores..

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I mean if it's another the Tiananmen Square it's I think it's a very hard thing to do if there's violence but how much influence can the U. S. exert on what's happening in Hong Kong currently to help us answer that question we're joined now by Kurt Hahn who until July with the consul general to Hong Kong and Macau basically he was the official envoy of the U. S. to Hong Kong welcome thanks for having me so much leverage does the US really have right now in shaping China's response to Hong Kong well the US is a very major partner for Hong Kong's economy we have some fourteen hundred US businesses that have a major presence there and so it's a weird portent to Hong Kong Hong Kong is also important to United States and our ability to both do business in the region and also have good relationships with lots of different aspects of of China right but as we just heard from his now lean team the ongoing trade talks with China with the situation in Hong Kong does that strike you as a good strategy for dealing with what's happening in Hong Kong sure well I think it's important for the United States to be you know consistent and and quite principled in our approach to Hong Kong in Greeley continuing to make the case that that is very important for Hong Kong to enjoy the the high degree of autonomy that was promised under the original arrangement of the handover under the one country two systems framework and so you know we should can you know be very consistent and continue to push for a for that autonomy and also for respect for for the Hong Kong people's freedom of expression so I think that it's it's good that the president is paying attention to the issue and and and stating that it's important to United States use mention that is important to to for the US to voice respect for the autonomy of people in Hong Kong their freedom of expression but is there a risk that connecting what's happening in Hong Kong with the ongoing trade talks is there a risk that it sounds kind of transactional why not I certainly don't think that that's that's the the the right message to be sending and I'm I'm guessing that's not what's intended I think that in a politically there isn't an impact of the situation in Hong Kong on how the United States is viewing its ability to cooperate with China writ large but I I don't think that there's a the the it's proper to have a a specific linkage or quid pro quo with respect to Hong Kong because certainly wouldn't wouldn't wanna be trading Hong Kong away for for a trade deal you mentioned that you think it's important for the US to stay on it on a consistent message with Hong Kong but president trump has sent mixed signals earlier this month he said that what's happening in Hong Kong is quote between Hong Kong and between China he called the protests riots back then do you think the president's inconsistency on the messaging on Hong Kong has work to weekend whatever influence the US hopes to exert well there is a fine line to to walk on these things certainly the United States should never support violent protests and I think that that needs to be made clear at the same time the supporting the general principles of of freedom of assembly and freedom of expression her tongue is the former US consul general to Hong Kong and Macau thank you very much for joining us thank you reporter.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And for freedom and who are they fighting against their fighting against the left they're fighting against a regime that that is there the end inheritors of the desert the descendants of the most murderous regime in the history of humankind the Chinese communist regime under Mao Zedong and following mousy dark the most murderous especially under about the most murderous people in the history of humankind bar none they're communists and they murdered millions of people I remember I was working at CNN run Tiananmen Square happened and I recall watching very closely we had live pictures coming out of Canada in square the world did and the CNN dead and the regime sent in I guess several thousand troops to Tiananmen Square to surrounded Tiananmen Square in a single line of troops holding their rifles across their chests in a neat line as the Chinese military well and they stood there for a while and there was an eerie and uncomfortable silence and everyone was on edge and then someone snapped and the Chinese troops mustard and double timed it out of Tiananmen Square and when they did there was a brief side of relief I recall and I sort of chuckled at the sight of relief and I said are you kidding me I said that's a warning these guys are warning them that's that's it it's like your you know your mother is saying one more peep out of you I am but it's Chinese troops and such different in your mom probably like she's a real tiger mom with a bayonet and and I said that's a warning and the next time they come in they're going to kill everybody mark my words and I got a little piece don't be ridiculous and sure enough the next time they came in they killed ever now people are saying at the age of the internet they can't do that again they can't do the same thing over again that fails to recognize that they can shut down the internet they can flip a switch and shut down the internet they can shut down the electricity they can they can shut down whatever they want to shut down don't you know who you're dealing with here these are Chinese communists military dictators with a legacy of mass murder on paralleled in human history not just yet about but the years since nineteen forty nine and the mouse revolution and and if they want to go in and kill everybody and quote unquote restore order they will does the internet change all that might make it harder Meg might make it more complicated but the thing is they don't really care if you see him killing people because they like the message being sent because they're in charge and what are you going to do about it what a Bronco BAMMA do it when they were building islands on coral reefs and militarize in them interfering with with us see traffic can see lines what they do also this Placido Domingo go but it we got to watch the Hong Kong situation very closely and you know what they're fighting against they're they're waving American flags the protestors they're singing god bless America so there's a god bless America that that the American national anthem it is a little bit of broken English sure there but it god bless him because they're fighting for freedom and for democracy and that's what we're all fighting for well that's what some of us are fighting for some of us are fighting to strip away freedom and democracy.

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Into Tiananmen Square right now in front of our eyes and of course the maggot people have nothing to say I haven't heard a word from the left the the by the way because the communists are there are philosophical and political brethren as you understand the communist Chinese or what Bernie Sanders an occasional cortex would like America to become an authoritarian communist nation so they haven't said very much about the up communist Chinese wanting to suppress freedom in Hong Kong and steel Hong Kong to make it part of Chinese say well it's always been part of China that's absurd by the way that's like saying Texas is always was always part of Mexico and the Americans had no right to fight at the Alamo is to take Texas to America it's absurd you know things change over time China wants to take over Hong Kong try to want to take over the islands in the area China wants to take over Taiwan that's the next one they're going to take and up they have to be stood up to and trump should do more than say I hope everything works out Reagan wouldn't have done that all of you reaganites out they would regular said hope everything works out no one gets hurt he would have put it another way he would have done something along the lines of but China should not be vicious to the people of Hong Kong they have tasted freedom and they want to continue enjoying their freedom and we believe that China should leave Hong Kong alone and we also are our friend of China and we want to do business with them what's wrong with that was evil what we stand for anymore what does this nation stand for any more I said to you yesterday the nation appears to be financially well off but it really is in the of the underpinnings are horrendous but let's say for the sake of the average person out there things are coming up roses but socially we have had a nervous breakdown this society is an emotional wreck the people are each other's throats blame anyone you want depends on which side you're on we had a nervous breakdown in this country at the same time this administration is like a Cyclops with a level of greed I've never seen in the history of this nation not since I'm alive have I ever seen an administration as insane for destroying the earth to destroy everything in it in the name of profit never I've never seen anything like this and how can the conservatives not copper hand what all right there professor tried to teach them when I wrote god faith and reason you know that book was a best selling book and not even on a minor scale it was a best selling book amongst people actually read I didn't buy copies for myself to boost sales I did not front companies buy copies as most of the business do I put it out there and a lot of people bought it and in god faith in reason there is a section on the environment under the under title that's very simple it's called the million I think there it is the menu on page seventy one it's worth reading to you maybe the reading will get through to some of you who are religious out there and a conflicted about what's going on according to genesis god told Adam and eve be be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the file of the air and over every living thing that creep upon the earth but what it I Michael savage right I wrote there are some things in the Bible I don't happen to agree with does it make me an anti god anti religious person no I would say the people must evolve past the original message of the Bible I mean we don't kill adulterers anymore do we do we kill homosexuals not unless you're a retrograde throwback us llamas there are many things in the Bible that must be taken in the context of the times and one of them is the passage I quoted above.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"We are witnessing into Tiananmen Square right now in front of our eyes and of course the maggot people have nothing to say I haven't heard a word from the left the the by the way because the communists are there philosophical and political brethren as you understand the communist Chinese or what Bernie Sanders an occasional cortex would like America to become an authoritarian communists the nation so they haven't said very much about the up communist Chinese wanting to suppress freedom in Hong Kong and still Hong Kong to make it part of Chinese say well it's always been part of China that's absurd by the way that's like saying Texas is always was always part of Mexico and the Americans had no right to fight at the Alamo is to take Texas to America it's absurd you know things change over time China wants to take over Hong Kong China wants to take over the islands in the area China wants to take over Taiwan that's the next one they're going to take an oath they have to be stood up to and trump should do more than sell hope everything works out Reagan wouldn't have done that all of your reaganites out they would regular said hope everything works out no one gets hurt he would have put it another way he would have done something along the lines of but China should not be vicious to the people of Hong Kong they have tasted freedom and they want to continue enjoying their freedom and we believe that China should leave Hong Kong alone and we also are our friend of China and we want to do business with them what's wrong with that was evil what we stand for anymore what does this nation stand for any more I said to you yesterday the nation appears to be financially well off but it really isn't there the underpinnings are horrendous but let's say for the sake of the average person out there things are coming up roses but socially we have had a nervous breakdown this society is an emotional wreck the people are each other's throats blame anyone you want depends on which side you're on we had a nervous breakdown in this country at the same time this administration is like a Cyclops with a level of greed I've never seen in the history of this nation not since I'm alive have I ever seen an administration as insane for destroying the earth to destroy everything in it in the name of profit never I've never seen anything like this and how can the conservatives not comprehend what all right there professor tried to teach them when I wrote god faith in reason you know that book was a best selling book and not even on a minor scale it was a best selling book amongst people actually read I didn't buy copies for myself to boost sales I didn't have front companies buy copies as most of the business do I put it out there and a lot of people bought it and in god faith in reason there is a section on the environment under the under title that's very simple it's called the million I think there it is the menu on page seventy one it's worth reading to you may be the reading will get through to some of you who are religious out there and a conflicted about what's going on according to genesis god told Adam and eve beat be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the file of the air and over every living thing that creep upon the earth but what it I Michael savage right I wrote there are some things in the Bible I don't happen to agree with does that make me an anti god anti religious person no I would say the people must evolve past the original message of the Bible I mean we don't kill adulterers anymore do we do we kill homosexuals not unless you're a retrograde throwback us llamas there are many things in the Bible that must be taken in the context of.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"So we are witnessing into Tiananmen Square right now in front of our eyes and of course the maggot people have nothing to say I haven't heard a word from the left the the by the way because the communists are there are philosophical and political brethren as you understand the communist Chinese or what Bernie Sanders an occasional cortex would like America to become an authoritarian communist nation so they haven't said very much about the up communist Chinese wanting to suppress freedom in Hong Kong and still Hong Kong to make it part of China you say well it's always been part of China that's absurd by the way that's like saying Texas is always it was always part of Mexico and the Americans had no right to fight at the Alamo is to take Texas to America it's absurd you know things change over time China wants to take over Hong Kong China wants to take over the islands in the area China wants to take over Taiwan that's the next one they're going to take and up they have to be stood up to and trump should do more than sell hope everything works out Reagan within the done that all of your reaganites out they would regular set hope everything works out no one gets hurt he want to put it another way he would have done something along the lines of all right China should not be vicious to the people of Hong Kong they have tasted freedom and they want to continue enjoying their freedom and we believe that China should leave Hong Kong alone and we also are our friend of China and we want to do business with them what's wrong with that was evil what we stand for anymore what does this nation stand for any more I said to you yesterday the nation appears to be financially well off but it really is in there the underpinnings are horrendous but let's say for the sake of the average person out there things are coming up roses what's socially we have had a nervous breakdown the society is an emotional wreck the people are each other's throats blame anyone you want depends on which side you're on we had a nervous breakdown in this country at the same time this administration is like a Cyclops with a level of greed I've never seen in the history of this nation not since I'm alive have I ever seen an administration as insane for destroying the earth to destroy everything in it in the name of profit never I've never seen anything like this and how can the conservatives not comprehend all right there professor tried to teach them when I wrote god faith and reason you know that book was a best selling book and not even on a minor scale it was a best selling book amongst people actually read I didn't buy copies for myself to boost sales I did not front companies buy copies as most of the business do I put it out there and a lot of people bought it and in god faith in reason there is a section on the environment under the under title that's very simple it's called the million I think there it is the menu on page seventy one it's worth reading to you may be the reading will get through to some of you who are religious out there and a conflicted about what's going on according to genesis god told Adam and eve beak be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fall of the air and over every living thing that creep upon the earth but what I Michael savage right I wrote there are some things in the Bible I don't happen to agree with does it make me an anti god anti religious person no I would say the people must evolve past the original message of the Bible I mean we don't kill adulterers anymore do we do we kill homosexuals not unless you're a retrograde throwback us llamas there are many things in the Bible that must be taken in the context of the times.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So we are witnessing in New Tiananmen Square right now in front of our eyes and of course the maggot people have nothing to say I haven't heard a word from the left the the by the way because the communists are there are philosophical and political our brethren as you understand the communist Chinese or what Bernie Sanders an occasional cortex would like America to become an authoritarian communist nation so they haven't said very much about the up communist Chinese wanting to suppress freedom in Hong Kong and steel Hong Kong to make it part of Chinese say well it's always been part of China that's absurd by the way that's like saying Texas is always it was always part of Mexico and the Americans had no right to fight at the Alamo is to take Texas to America it's absurd you know things change over time China wants to take over Hong Kong China wants to take over the islands in the area China wants to take over Taiwan that's the next one they're going to take and up they have to be stood up to and trump should do more than sell hope everything works out Reagan wouldn't have done that all of you reaganites out they would regular said hope everything works out no one gets hurt he would have put it another way he would have done something along the lines of but China should not be vicious to the people of Hong Kong they have tasted freedom and they want to continue enjoying their freedom and we believe that China should leave Hong Kong alone and we also are our friend of China and we want to do business with them what's wrong with that wasn't what we stand for anymore what does this nation stand for any more I said to you yesterday the nation appears to be financially well off but it really is in there the underpinnings are horrendous but let's say for the sake of the average person out there things are coming up roses but socially we have had a nervous breakdown the society is an emotional wreck the people are each other's throats blame anyone you want depends on which side you're on we had a nervous breakdown in this country at the same time this administration is like a Cyclops with a level of greed I've never seen in the history of this nation not since I'm alive have I ever seen an administration as insane for destroying the earth to destroy everything in it in the name of profit never I've never seen anything like this and how can the conservatives not comprehend what all right there professor tried to teach them when I wrote god faith in reason you know that book was a best selling book and not even on a minor scale it was a best selling book amongst people actually read I didn't buy copies for myself to boost sales I did not front companies buy copies as most of the business do I put it out there and a lot of people bought it and in god faith in reason there is a section on the environment under the under title that's very simple it's called the million I think there it is the menu on page seventy one it's worth reading to you maybe the reading will get through to some of you who are religious out there and a conflicted about what's going on according to genesis god told Adam and eve beak be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the file of the air and over every living thing that creep upon the earth but what it I Michael savage right I wrote there are some things in the Bible I don't happen to agree with does that make me an anti god anti religious person no I would say the people must evolve past the original message of the Bible I mean we don't kill adulterers anymore do we do we kill homosexuals not unless you're a retrograde throwback us llamas there are many things in the Bible that must be taken in the context of the times and one.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Maybe followed by shortness of breath, fatigue, and vomiting thirtieth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in China being marked outside the capitol today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi help unveil a statue honoring the unidentified man who stood in front of a line of tanks that day today, we remember the horror. Of the massacre in tenement square and heroism of the tenement square protesters. China's never officially reveal the death toll in the bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters that took place at said to be in the thousands Pelosi said the United States stands with people fighting for freedom in China and around the world, new stretch of the Empire State trail opens, and Scott Ville. The two mile stretch allows people to walk bike and jog in the wintertime, people can even snowshoe Thomas with the third supervisor of the town of Saratoga. He tells news channel thirteen trade will be great for Scott Ville. It's close proximity to the businesses here in skied of a village. It'll be good for the businesses right next door to the gateway visitor center here and the gateway visitors center is under construction, when completed the seven hundred fifty mile trail will extend from New York City to Canada and New York City to buffalo, the multi use trail allowing people to, to bike walk in jog in all parts of the state. A man from Brooklyn being held in Montgomery County correctional facility after Amsterdam. Police say he was one of two people staged a home invasion on Polaski street on Sunday afternoon. We're weapon was used to hit one of the residents Monday afternoon, Amsterdam. Police observed the suspect Thirty-three-year-old Akeem cords of Brooklyn. They attempted to take them into custody cords got away led. Police on a chase short time after police set up a perimeter. They will they were able to take cords into custody inside a home Hibbard street. He's charged with felony burglary assault and resisting arrest. W G by news time five thirty four. Our next update at six, I'm Jim gag Leoni more Sean Hannity in less than three minutes, a NewsRadio, eight ten and what three one W G Y.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on KPCC

"Seeing the Chinese throw out gradually or make life hard for Google Facebook other American companies, recently, Microsoft and replace those firms with their Chinese equivalents. Then we saw them begin to spread out with equipment that would not only tied together like-minded countries. But that would lend themselves to the kind of social control that the Chinese have been exercising in Chinese networks. Of course, they're now using artificial intelligence and facial recognition to keep track of dissidence to make sure that there are Social Credit scores that can get transmitted around easily to figure out who's the most loyal citizen. So the Chinese networks may become the favourite of authoritarians round the world. And if that happens, we could end up with a sort of new Berlin Wall, but one that is built around these networks a highly controlled part of the internet that's run by the Chinese and then a western internet. That's more like what were all custom you type into the search engine tell me about Tiananmen Square. You get a real Wikipedia entry that answers it that you wouldn't. Get if you type those same questions in over a Chinese network. So the fight over y you're saying fits into that the US is discouraging kind of our half of the world from leading the way in which may further this division of these two internet's the east and the west, absolutely. The Chinese have been trying to do this for a long time. But we may actually be feeding process by barring wa away and other Chinese companies from building key parts of the western internet. And you know, the oddity about this is if you're going to have a global telecommunications network sooner or later, the United States is going to have to plug in to the Weiwei built five G networks as well. That's not the same as having them build the core of your own network. But it's not as if you're going to be able to say, we're never gonna talk to a five G network built by the Chinese. I wonder is there an argument for letting wall way in a controlled way help develop networks around the world, including. In the United States. So that there is a truly integrated internet. I I understand the risks. You're outlining, and they seem very real. But if everybody goes off into their corner and builds their own internet that would seem like its own giant seven national security risks. It it does seem that way to me. And I think there's one strong argument in favor of lending alway compete in some of these western countries, and maybe even compete in the United States is that if they wanna have their equipment and their software inside the United States. They have to show it to American right? They have to bring that software over let the United States poke through it let it examine that for back doors, and in fact in private you've heard many people in US industry say that the national security agency. Hey, the smart way to go about this is let while we competed will drive the price down and you'll see their work and the NFC as hands for at least. So far has been. We're sorry. The risk is just too great. David. Thank you very much. We appreciate it. Great to be with you. In an.

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"tiananmen square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tiananmen square" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On mytalk one zero seven one thanks for tuning in. He you know, January can feel like oh my gosh. What are we gonna do? Now. It's freezing cold you feel like you should just hibernate and watch Netflix all the time. I actually went out last night. It's hard to motivate go back out into the world when it's dark. It's dark when you leave in the morning. But it's always freezing cold. But I went to see a new play at the Guthrie that opened last night called the great leap paper. Yeah. It sounded interesting. And so I thought I think maybe my fourteen year old would like this. Because it's it's the premise is basketball. But it's not so much about sports. It's really a story kind of a family story, but also through the lens of history. It's kind of set in historical. If it goes between the seventies and then Tiananmen Square in China. Yeah. And so I thought my my kid likes history. I thought he might be interested. It's really cleverly done. There's only four actors in the whole show, and it was so funny because afterwards I said that we'd really like you have to think about it. Because one. No, they don't they don't they don't. But it's just so clever the way it's it's so simple. But elegant the way it staged and there's a lot of swearing. I have to say that I got a little nervous because heard it before. Well, that's the thing we walked in. And there's a big sign warning you that like the language is strong. And I'm like, oh my God. Have I erred, and then I start looking around and like I'm not seeing any other teenagers. Have I totally judge of this. And to end is everyone looking at me like what kind of mother brings their know. And then literally in the first ten seconds like every word, you could imagine first of all he's grinning ear to ear like, this.

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