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Democracy and dictatorships responded to the U.S. protest violent demonstrations in different ways Thousands of people in New Zealand marched on Monday (June 1st) in solidarity with American demonstrators protesting against the African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis. George Floyd was arrested by white policeman Xiao Wen last Monday (Derek Chauvin) Knee-pressed and suffocated in neck while arrested.

Democracy and dictatorships responded to the U.S. protest violent demonstrations in different ways
Thousands of people in New Zealand marched on Monday (June 1st) in solidarity with American demonstrators protesting against the African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis. George Floyd was arrested by white policeman Xiao Wen last Monday (Derek Chauvin) Knee-pressed and suffocated in neck while arrested.


Protesters in Oakland marched to the U.S. consulate and called for similar slogans at the scene of the U.S. protest, including ,precious black lives and no justice and no peace.

Prior to this, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Canada and some other countries also had solidarity activities on Sunday.

Thousands of demonstrators gathered in central London to express their support for American protesters.

Demonstrators in Copenhagen, Denmark marched to the U.S. Embassy on Sunday, holding slogans such as "Stop killing black people".

In Germany, protesters held up some slogans with the words "Accounting for the police", "Who did you call when the police killed?"

In some countries with authoritarian governments, while officials criticize police behavior, officially controlled media use American government criticisms of other governments ’suppression of protesters to flaunt American protests. By.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Monday that the turmoil in the United States shows the seriousness of problems such as racial discrimination and police violent law enforcement in the United States.

Earlier, Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Global Times under the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of China, said that US officials can now watch these protests from their own windows. He asked, I would like to ask Speaker Pelosi and Secretary of State Pompeo, Beijing should support these protests from the United States, just like you beautify Hong Kong rioters?

China has referred to millions of Hong Kong demonstrators who have participated in the revision of the anti-fugitive offender regulations and the fight for democracy since June last year as "rioters" and "thugs".

In Iran, official TV repeatedly broadcasts images of American riots. Abbas Mousavi, a spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, called on the US authorities on Monday to “stop violence against their people and let them breathe”. In recent years, the Iranian government has imposed extremely severe crackdowns on its protesters.

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