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Tiananmen Square

Babe_Ruth

Sultan of Swat
Staff member
V.I.P.
The heroic fight of thousands of young men and women has played a crucial role in the events that ultimately led to the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe and in the former Soviet Union.
The fight for Freedom and Democracy became unstoppable after June 1989.
The blood shed in Tiananmen Square has come to symbolize the triumph of the spirit over brute force.
Deng Xiaoping, Li Peng and the other butchers of Tiananmen failed to realize that the main casualty of the massacre has been the communist system, which was forever rejected by humankind everywhere.

What do you think about this points Tiananmen Square
 
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Anonym0uz Bitch

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I would not say it led to the collapse of the Soviet Union, Gorb did with all his reforms, and Reagen did while trying to out spend the USSR, he just drove them to bankruptcy quicker than he drove us. Since he launched our debt into the billions if not trillions, which will come back to bite us in the ass. The USSR was not a Communist state either, but a Socialist one, Communism has no form of government, it is basically like Heaven. The United States is also not a pure capitalist society, but a combination of Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism, basically a huge hybrid state. I personally wish the Soviet Union was still around, that way the United States wouldn't be so eager to police the world, though China will be filling that role very soon.
 

Babe_Ruth

Sultan of Swat
Staff member
V.I.P.
Wow I never looked at it like that, now I understand a little more about it, but I don't agree with you about the Soviet Union still being around because, they always wanted to be better then everyone, they didn't like being under a country power wise. Also why did Blur edit your post?
 
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Anonym0uz Bitch

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I have no idea why he did, but the Soviet Union was not power hungry, they did not like being pushed around by the United States, just like the United States didnt like to be pushed around by them. If the USSR was still here then the USA would be kept in check. However, China will soon be filling that slot, and will surpass us in the super power status.
 
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