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The King, The Tiananmen Massacre and Fate

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 5, 2012

The King found this from theepoctimes.com.
The funny thing is that the Chicoms try to hide that little massacre in1989, but look what happened,,,,thanks for the Artie, King
Attempts by the Chinese regime to suppress the memory of the Tiananmen Square massacre were foiled this year by means natural and perhaps supernatural. While Western governments criticized regime policy, the share price on the heavily watched Shanghai Stock Exchange seemed to point to the date of the event.
The exchange opened at 2,346.98—a figure that resembles the date of the massacre written backward, followed by the 23rd anniversary (1989, June 4, 23). The index then went on close 64.89 points lower, in what appeared to be yet another reference to the date of the incident (June 4, 1989).
In China the Tiananmen Square massacre is commonly known as the “6.4 incident,” referring to the date it happened.
It would have been almost impossible for anyone to coordinate the buying and selling of so many stocks so as to produce such a specific result, according to Richard Kershaw, the managing director for Asia forensic technology at FTI Consulting, as quoted in a New York Times report.

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