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    That's property damaged right there. Do that here in America and the cops would taze you and than arrest you.
     
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    I wouldn't worry about such. First of all, the HK government is not budging just like last time. This time, they knew a protest could be coming. This time, there are no element of surprise. This time, even for Beijing, there are no surprise. It will just be a show down between an highly prepared and organized, well funded, well trained government machine, vs common civilians who already did all these trick before, thus they have used up all they can pull. This will just be a marathon of confrontation, until the protester gets tired and gives up.
     
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    in Central Europe they'd use just a baton, LOL
     
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    according to https://edition.cnn.com/asia/live-news/hong-kong-protests-june-12-intl-hnk/index.html
    Here's what happened Wednesday in Hong Kong:

    • Violent clashes erupted: Rubber bullets, pepper spray and hand-thrown tear gas were used to push back protesters who had occupied the city's main thoroughfare near the government headquarters, as well as the roads around it, Hong Kong Police Commissioner Steven Lo Wai-chung confirmed.
    • The protest was deemed "a riot": Lo said the demonstration was being considered a "riot." He added that police had been left with "no choice but to start to use force." Up to 5,000 police in riot gear were deployed to guard the building. Protesters were seen wearing helmets, goggles and heavy-duty workman's gloves, and pulling bricks from the sidewalks.
    • Debate over the bill was postponed: The city's legislative council had been due to hold the second reading of the controversial bill Wednesday morning local time, but it was postponed. The bill has been met with widespread opposition, including from the city's traditionally conservative business community.
    • What officials are saying: Despite the mass demonstrations, Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam has refused to withdraw the extradition bill, saying it is needed to plug loopholes to prevent the city from becoming a haven for mainland fugitives.
     
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    noticed through gazeta.ru (https://www.gazeta.ru/business/2019/06/13/12412891.shtml;
    Russia 'lent' billions of dollars, well China even more)
    Hyperinflation Forces Venezuela to Roll Out Three New Large Bills https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...-forces-venezuela-to-roll-out-three-new-bills
    • 10,000-, 20,000- and 50,000-notes will circulate on June 13
    • Maduro slashed five zeros off the bolivar currency in Aug ’18
     
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    Hm... I wonder what did it... Was it the "moon is a part of Mars" comment or the "I wiped out 150% of China's economy" claim?

    https://news.yahoo.com/white-house-...ers-is-leaving-the-white-house-203008180.html
    Trump's 'warrior,' press secretary Sarah Sanders, is leaving the White House
    Hunter Walker
    White House Correspondent
    Yahoo News•June 13, 2019

    WASHINGTON — President Trump announced on Thursday that his press secretary, Sarah Sanders, will be leaving the White House at the end of the month. Sanders served as the face of the Trump presidency since the departure of her predecessor, Sean Spicer, in mid-2017. Her tenure was notably lengthy in an administration that has seen record turmoil; in recent months, however, Sanders virtually eliminated the practice of holding regular public press briefings.
     
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    US department of "defense": The Iran "regime" very likely "attacked" Japanese oil tankers with sea mines...


    Japanese operator: Sailors saw ‘flying objects’ before oil tanker attack
    https://nypost.com/2019/06/14/japanese-operator-sailors-saw-flying-objects-before-oil-tanker-attack/

    Add this to the long sordid history of Western terrorists using false flags to start their genocidal wars of aggression.

    Going to War: Unraveling the Tangled Web of American Pretext Stratagems (1846-1989)
    http://coat.ncf.ca/articles/links/how_to_start_a_war.htm
     
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    Yesterday at 10:51 AM
    and now noticed the tweet https://twitter.com/PDChina/status/1139804173430427648
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    HKSAR Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced Saturday that the #HKSAR government will suspend the process of amendments to the HKSAR's Fugitive Offenders Ordinance and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Ordinance.
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