Friday, May 18, 2012

Countdown to the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre.

Today, back in 1989, over one million protesters took to the streets of Bejing. These protests would continue until the 3rd of June in that same year. Do you remember that day? I do, I'm sad to say. It was horrible. I must remind people that the Chinese government's response was the epitome of socialism.

I just wish to remind everyone how tyrannical the Chinese government is. We will begin the countdown to the sad and tragic massacre. I challenge folks to post the following on Facebook, even if it's four years from now, or whenever. You don't have to credit me, just please show solidarity by posting it. Post the words (or change them to suit you) along with the picture. Tell, or even beg, your friends to like it and share it. We need for all Americans to stand up to China.

Just for a quick lesson, for those who do not know. The original Chinese flag looks like this below, but without the black blocks.

The large star represents the government. The smaller stars represent the people to which they rule, you see how they are "connected".

For this reason, I reversed it. I would have made the people larger, but that would have been too big. I also considered changing the red to blue, but then I thought about it. It will still be the same China. The same land, the same people, the same culture. The ONLY change is the government and it's chains. We don't want to change the Chinese, we want them to be free. For that reason, the background remains red.

Isn't it amazing that such a simple flag change can be so significant?

May your day be a blessed one, and please do not forget those that have fallen for American freedom.

This is the future flag of China, which represents freedom. The four stars on the left represents the people, and the one star on the right represents the government, meaning that the people will create their own government. Please like this and share it with your friends and family, and do not forget the Tiananmen Square Massacre's atrocities.

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