Self Immolation in Tiananmen Square – which is the truth (Chinese Language) part 1 of 3

this is the truth of the event self immolation in Tiananmen square. Jiang Zemin (ex president of China) and Chinese Communist Party have made this hoax to declare widely that: Falun Gong practitioners self immolated to go to heaven, they said that Falun Gong is an evil cult. That is the reason why many Chinese people misunderstand about Falun Gong. In fact, Falun Dafa is good.
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10 Years Exposing the Chinese Regime’s Fake Immolation Incident

For more news & videos visit ☛english.ntdtv.com Sunday was the 10th anniversary of the Tiananmen Self-Immolation incident. That’s when Chinese state-media had reported that several so called ‘Falun Gong practitioners’ set themselves on fire in Tiananmen Square. The Chinese regime turned the event into an excuse to support its persecution of the spiritual group. The incident was later shown to be staged. Since then, many people in China and around the world have seen through the propaganda stunt. On January 23, 2001, news of five people setting themselves on fire at China’s iconic Tiananmen Square gripped the country. Within hours, state-run media reported that those involved were followers of Falun Gong. The incident drew world-wide attention. The Chinese regime quickly used it to justify the nationwide campaign they had launched in 1999 to, quote, “eradicate” the spiritual group. To date, there are nearly 3500 documented cases of Falun Gong practitioners confirmed to have died in the Chinese regime’s persecution. Although the incident turned into a propaganda tool for the Chinese regime, it was later proven to be a staged event—used to rile up the public against Falun Gong. [Mo Jiangang, Chinese Rights Activist] “The Tiananmen self-immolation incident is the Chinese Communist Party’s biggest political failure. It used slander and lies to hurt those with belief, creating an atmosphere of fear, imposing this fear on people with beliefs.” This award-winning documentary
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