Sound of Silence in Memory of 8964

Thanks to our co-blogger courage89 for alerting me to this brilliant animation.

I’m calling on everyone to wear black tomorrow in memory of those brave and innocent souls who perished in early summer of 1989. May them rest in peace. May those who ordered the killing be brought to justice.


8964 from sofunny on Vimeo.

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6 Responses to Sound of Silence in Memory of 8964

  1. Ned Kelly says:

    Good on ya. The faceless portrait of Mao is especially vivid.

  2. Ned Kelly says:

    Today an American faggot – who has worked for a Chinese newspaper – has written on his blog, about this day: “let’s not forget, the CCP can be a benevolent force that can do a lot of good”

  3. C.A. Yeung says:

    What in fact is the message of his post? He lost me, completely & utterly.

  4. Ned Kelly says:

    As far as I can make out, his message is something like, “Let’s be fair and balanced about this mass murder”. I suppose his dilemma was how to reconcile his competing perceived needs to acknowledge the anniversary without pissing off his friends and/or colleagues in the Communist Party.

  5. Ned Kelly says:

    His concluding words actually sound like a threat.

  6. justrecently says:

    Today an American faggot
    I’m afraid this says much more about the commenter than about the “American faggot”.

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