Tiananmen Square Massacre 25 Years Later: Hugs and Kisses From Barbados As We Trade Our Silence For Cash

Twenty-five years ago, Chinese tanks drove into Tienanmen Square and the slaughter began. In Barbados we don’t mention that little incident in our newspapers or television commentary.
Because keeping the silence is more profitable.

Barbados Free Press

Updated: June 4, 2014 – 25 Years after Tiananmen Square, China’s human rights abuses continue…

“I have always found it shameful that Barbados – a nation founded with the assistance of chains, whips, rape and cultural genocide – now so easily supports nations involved in slavery and human rights violations.”

Barbados Continues To Ignore China’s Slave Camps & African Exploitation In Return For Money

tiananmen-square-crushedUpdated for 2014: Twenty-five years ago the despots of the Chinese Communist Government sent the tanks into Tiananmen Square and throughout Beijing to crush a growing call for democracy. Thousands were murdered – shot, bayoneted and crushed by the treads of tanks. After the attacks, secret police visited the hospitals and took away the wounded survivors.

Nobody can say that the Chinese Communists aren’t efficient, if ruthless, when it comes to using the power of the state to achieve and continue in power.

And nobody can…

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7 responses to “Tiananmen Square Massacre 25 Years Later: Hugs and Kisses From Barbados As We Trade Our Silence For Cash

  1. Party Animal

    With our new down grade today I doubt even China is going to lend us Money
    What I do not understand is that no one is trying to avoid devaluation.
    I did not have much use for the Party in the nineties but at least the Ministers brought down the then Prime Minister and saved the Country.
    All the talk I hear is that these Ministers want to stay in office long enough in order to get a pension, “something they do not deserve”.
    A change is a MUST and NOW. What are we waiting for ?

  2. D Oracle

    Niggahz will be niggahz PA, all is never enuff!

  3. just want to know

    This is what bajans voted for, never mind the DLP bought the votes with money & promises, they were warned this would happen, & they still went ahead & voted for them, so the clique is they got what they voted for. When Grenada P. M. can say he never thought Barbados was in such a bad way, one know things are bad.

  4. Green Monkey

    The New World Order And The Rise Of The East

    Nations, cultures and populations are best controlled through the use of false paradigms. This is a historically proven tactic exploited for centuries by oligarchs around the world. Under the Hegelian dialectic (the very foundation of the Marxist and collectivist ideology), one could summarize the trap of false paradigms as follows:

    If (A) my idea of freedom conflicts with (B) your idea of freedom, then (C) neither of us can be free until everyone agrees to be a slave.

    In other words: problem, reaction, solution. Two sides are pitted against each other in an engineered contest. Each side is led to believe that its position is the good and right position. Neither side questions the legitimacy of the conflict, because each side fears this will lead to ideological weakness and disunity.

    The two sides go to war, sometimes economically, sometimes militarily. Both governments demand that individuals relinquish freedom, independence and self-reliance, a sacrifice that “must be made” so that victory can be achieved. In the end, neither nation nor society has truly won. The only winners are the oligarchs, who sing words of loyalty to their respective camps, while acting in league from the very beginning. The oligarchs, who never intended to target each other in the first place. Their target, their ONLY target, was the citizenry itself — the dumbfounded masses now mesmerized with shock, awe and terror.


  5. Green Monkey

    Only in China you say?

    Kent State/Jackson State murders
    40+ years later, no investigation

    Obama’s super-progressive administration refused to re-open the investigation in the government murders of students carried out on the campuses of Kent State and Jackson State.

    The evidence is crystal clear that the shooting were not “accidental.” The order to shoot was given on the scene and given that the commanders were never investigated or charged, the only possible assumption is their orders came from higher up.

    A terror campaign waged against civilians by a criminal government. – See more at:

  6. If you are in to world news and events with an open mind, it has become drastically difficult to form any opinion long enough to write about it before you find your opinion has to be changed, drastically, with the ever– sudden changing of events.

  7. So I ask this question, honestly and deeply seriously. Is there anybody these days in world politics, business, banking, that we can full- heartedly trust ?
    Perhaps this intrepidity on my own behalf, is just a sign of old age, where so many stalwart idols I once believed in, have fallen down like those on Easter Island, and I’m left watching, in apprehension, the rising of the early morning sun.