DUMB GRUNT...Hey, tiananmen square! Didn't I tell you to get in that rickshaw and get me some flied lice? Where is it?
the protestors started to beat to death and burn soldiers alive...
thus the first casualties/killed were "SOLDIERS"
thats when the Army came back and used deadly force...
in the end when they got to the square... they could have killed every one of the students in the square... but they let them go...
only question I have for a loudmouth grunt like you... is if yoour OCCUPY PROTESTORS who only have 30% support, finally get some brains and
decide to BEAT to DEATH or BURN to DEATH your police/soldiers
what you think your American response would be?????
unlike a brainwashed grunt like you... I happen to believe people who beat policemen or soldiers to death?
deserve what they get
if it is in China or the USA... or anywhere else in the world...
The Tiananmen Square Massacre
The morning of June 3, 1989, the 27th and 28th divisions of the People's Liberation Army moved into Tiananmen Square on foot and in tanks, firing tear gas to disperse the demonstrators. They had been ordered not to shoot the protesters; indeed, most of them did not carry firearms.
The leadership selected these divisions because they were from distant provinces; local PLA troops were considered untrustworthy as potential supporters of the protests.
Not only the student protesters, but tens of thousands of workers and ordinary citizens of Beijing joined together to repel the Army. They used burned-out buses to create barricades, threw rocks and bricks at the soldiers, and even burned some tank crews alive inside their tanks. Thus, the first casualties of the Tiananmen Square Incident were actually soldiers.
The student protest leadership now faced a difficult decision. Should they evacuate the Square before further blood could be shed, or hold their ground? In the end, many of them decided to remain.
That night, around 10:30 pm, the PLA returned to the area around Tiananmen with rifles, bayonets fixed. The tanks rumbled down the street, firing indiscriminately.