A Retrospective on the Tiananmen Square Massacre Tomorrow

Please join ForeignCorrespondent tomorrow, June 4, for my retrospective on the Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing, China–a horrendous event that I covered on that date in 1989. 

In light of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) continued threats against Taiwan, its menacing alliance with Russia and Iran,  its antagonistic presence in Venezuela, Brazil, and a few other Latin American nations, and, of course, “balloon-gate,” what happened in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square 35 years ago shouldn’t surprise anyone, least of all the Biden administration.

Sadly, it does. Or is there some other reason Joe Biden is unwilling to hold China accountable for its iniquitous behavior? Maybe we will find out if the GOP decides to engage in the same lawfare against Biden as the Democrats are using against Donald Trump and other conservatives. That seems to be the new normal in American politics regarding ex-presidents.

On June 4, 1989, there was no doubt about who was responsible for the massacre that took place in the square. The Chinese Communist Party–the same party that I believe has compromised Joe Biden and/or his son Hunter. But that is another story for another time.

If you visit the ForeignCorrespondent blog tomorrow, you will learn just how brutal and treacherous the CCP can be.  

   Covering Tiananmen Square 1989

Please join me!


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Ronald E. Yates is an award-winning author of historical fiction and action/adventure novels, including the popular and highly-acclaimed Finding Billy Battles trilogy. Read More About Ron Here

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