Communist Dystopia: Famous Chinese Monument To Victims Of The Tiananmen Massacre Removed In Dead Of Night
· · Dec 23, 2021 · NottheBee.com

The University of Hong Kong displayed a monument called "The Pillar of Shame" which was placed to remember those who were massacred by the Chinese Communist Government in Tiananmen Square.

Hong Kong Free Press is reporting that the University ordered for the statue to be removed last week and that in the middle of the night Wednesday, the statue was taken down under cover of darkness.

In addition, there were physical barriers erected around the courtyard that held the statue, as reported by Xinqi Su and AFP News Agency.

Here's some real life journalism, showing the steps taken to remove the statue which served as a reminder of China's former atrocities.

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They erected a wall, boarded windows, and didn't allow the press to ask questions.

This is some dystopian regime stuff going on.

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Now they are scrubbing the area, making it look like it was never there.

Which is exactly what they were doing by removing the statue. They want to remove any memory of the massacre, and removing this monument is one way to do it.

#MakeOrwellFictionAgain


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