|Estimates place the number of killed by Chinese Communists at 70 million|
China celebrates the 70th anniversary of Communist Party rule. Here is a look at some key moments in the country's history. More here: https://t.co/fnonu16OH7 pic.twitter.com/nfXDXQftMT— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) October 1, 2019
On September 26, 1980 The New York Times ran a UPI story reporting that "Chinese Reds Limited To a Child Per Family" and euphemistically wrote "China intensified its population-control drive today by ordering the 38 million Communist Party members to have only one child per family" and how the policy would use "painstaking patience and persuasion."
Time Magazine reported in 2015 that "patience and persuasion" included "forced abortions and sterilization, and a gender imbalance resulting from female infanticide." Tom Hilditch in the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) in September of 1995 described it as a "A Holocaust of Little Girls." In 2015 reports emerged that the one-child policy was replaced with a two-child policy.
|At least 10,000 killed during the Tiananmen Square massacre.|
Think of it, the biggest mass murderer of the Chinese people is the Chinese Communist Party. 70 years of mass killings and repression while building the perfect totalitarian cage. There is nothing to celebrate but much to mourn, and also to continue to fight for a free China.