China’s tennis-ace – Li Na – celebrates making it to the Women’s Final of the 2011 Australian Open with a photo-shoot in Melbourne Park. Here, Li Na is proud to fly the Red Flag of her home country – communist China!
Although we took pictures, we did not film or photograph ourselves. However, we have found a video of the Unite Bus and ourselves marching in front – and we have managed to lift ‘stills’ as individual pictures featured exclusively on this blog.
This terrorism – which saw occupying British soldiers murdered by Jewish insurgents, is premised upon ‘Zionism’ or rightwing Jewish racism. Like any racism, it demeans and dehumanises those it deems ‘inferior’ beings – and for the modern State of Israel – the victims are the Palestinians who due to British imperialism, have lost their ancient country to Jewish nationalism and colonisation.
Cafferty sparked this issue on April 10th – which has caused consternation throughout China and Chinese people living abroad, and despite the demand for a retraction and apology by CNN from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, CNN has refused to acknowledge the extent of their insult against China, although some other Western media outlets have assured Beijing that CNN does not speak on behalf of all Western countries. China has clearly and carefully presented this case to CNN – but CNN has made matters worse by supporting Cafferty and applying a blanket silence.
Despite the sacrifice of thousands of these selfless people – the war was eventually lost – but it set the stage for WWII and the ultimate crushing of Nazism. Prominent speakers at the commemoration talked today of the upsurge in far-right activity in Eastern Europe – referring to the UK and USA-backed neo-Nazi regime in Eastern Ukraine and elsewhere. In these tainted countries – memorials to the International Brigades are being destroyed, and monuments to Nazi war criminals raised in their place. This is the ‘new’ fascism that all like minded people must come together and oppose.
The SCRSS was founded in 1924 in the UK as a display of international friendship (and support) for the newly formed Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).