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Shanghai rights activists’ public appeal: “Remember June Fourth” (Chinese only with pictures)

June 4, 2012

[Remember June Fourth] On the 23rd anniversary of the crackdown of the 1989 Democracy Movement, four Shanghai petitioners publicly commemorated the June Fourth Tiananmen Massacre by holding placards on People’s Square in the center of Shanghai.  

Shanghai petitioners holding placards with the words “Remember June Fourth,” People’s Square, Shanghai,
June 4, 2012

 

Police vehicles monitoring People’s Square, Shanghai,
June 4, 2012

 

Police vehicles car with satellite equipment monitoring People's Square, Shanghai,
June 4, 2012

 


上海市民在人民广场呼吁勿忘“六四”

杜阳明

23年前的一场腥风血雨,成千上万的爱国学生、中国人民被坦克碾压、机枪扫射倒在木樨地、长安街、天安门广场等地的血泊之中。由于中共当局是在阴暗的黑夜实施的罪恶,并且用铁幕湮灭真实,中共喉舌用谎言向全世界宣布:“6.4清场没死一个人”。

至今6.4大屠杀死了多少人始终是个迷。中国国防部长迟浩田说:没有死一个人;国务院发言人袁木说:死23个人;北京市长陈希同说:死36个人;国家副主席杨尚昆说:死600人。流亡海外的原89民运学生领袖、十几年来从事“六四”真相研究、目前担任《六四档案》网站主编的封从德认为:大约3千人;而关注“六四”事件的许多国内外人士和新闻媒体,有的认为,死亡人数不下万人。当初实施罪恶的侩子手一个个撇清自己,装作没事人一样,李鹏、陈希同这些罪恶的组织和积极参与者,居然敢出书为自己开脱。

同胞们,还记得这么一个事实吗?有一个人在“6.4”惨案发生前,已经把被害人数告诉了大家,这个人就是改革开放的总设计师——邓小平,也是6.4大屠杀的总设计师。他说“杀他二十万,保二十年平安”,那么中共设计须杀满二十万?!

当初中共出动军队,而且机枪、坦克炮全使上了,规模如同战上海,把爱国学生当作美帝国主义、日本鬼子、蒋介石匪帮加以消灭。从木樨地经过十里长安街,再进入天安门广场一路机枪扫、坦克碾,如秋风扫落叶般。当时的学生领袖都视死如归,不肯自动退出历史舞台(天安门广场)中共既当裁判员,又当运动员。全副武装到牙齿的反动派面对手无寸铁的爱国派,又是死命令——杀无赦。

这几种因素综合治理下,死的人还能少得了?惯于说谎的中共及其代言人只能故伎重演,干脆抵赖——“6.4”清场没有死一个人。

实际上这样的谎言连中共体制内的人都不会相信。全世界的卫星清晰地记录了中共血腥罪行的全过程,沿途所有建筑物上都留下了弹痕。虽然中共用欺骗、恐吓、收买等无耻手段封杀了许多人的口,但是不可能封杀所有人的口,当事人还在,天安门母亲还健在,还在不断揭露和控诉中共的罪恶。天安门事件的真相浮出水面的日子不会太远了。

2012年6月4日,上海访民杜阳明、沈佩兰、王扣玛、童国菁四人来到位于上海市中心的人民广场,手挚“勿忘六四”字幅向民众、向世人展示上海市民对中共当局以党代国、以权代法的抗议。

今天我们呼吁勿忘“6.4”,不仅是为自己维权。为天安门事件不再重演,阻止屠杀、践踏人权的最有效办法就是终止中共的一党制专制,实行民主,开创中华民族新纪元。

 

上海市闸北区维权冤民杜阳明

2012年6月4日

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