Hong-Kong Protests

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    Yes it is true, for sure, there are bigger power behind the current situation, and it is in their interest that this is prolong!

    And the seeds of all this discontent by the minority mob (yes minority! Majority of HKers would prefer the status quo, and some even moving towards "true" unity with the motherland)!

    This seed was sowed just before the British left. By allowing free movements of foreigners, together with religious education which provide a back door entry for all NGOs. Keeping the British judicialry. I could go on, but you get the picture
     
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    Yes, this is the video I was talking about. He was trying to do a U turn to escape, but ended up plowing into them!

    And the journalists got petrol bombed takes the busicuit in MSM reporting. Come on it is one of tou lot that got hurt!

    You can't get more first hand news than that! Lol
     
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    Apparently, this judge from the indian sub-continent let out the most with the minimum of requirements.

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    More foreign judged than anywhere else in the world!
     
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    https://rocketswire.usatoday.com/20...-discussed-removing-morey-over-china-fallout/

    Too bad but this is what happens when you think or don't think about what you're about to say? He has friends in Hong Kong and was worried about their safety? Were they violent protestors? The police aren't taking action against anyone else. Yes one those excuses they're making up to soften the damage. This is not a judgement of China. It's about their own supposed beliefs being put on the spotlight. They can break relations with China if they're taking a stand. Just don't complain about all the money you're losing. That's you not China when you put money before human rights. Or Morey could've just shut up...
     
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    No sweat. As you said, too much happening too quickly. Thanks for sharing all the information you post.
     
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    I don't know where you guys stand on this, but I would mark the HK protests as the beginning of a great US-China conflict.

    It's clear to me that the HK riots are not about freedom and democracy, but about forcing the CCP to use heavy handed tactics to force international sanctions on China. The US and co. hopes that this will slow down Chinese economy and destabilize the Chinese leadership and China. America can then initiate military action in the SCS and even on to the mainland to Balkanzie China.
     
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    Military action against China is not going to be a reality. There is a lot that China can do before a physical conflict with US.
     
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    Yes kudos to the Aussie journo who came to the rescue but unfortunately his masters back home here in Oz chose not to show the bare truth about what is really going on. It was on the one of network news this morning about the rioting yesterday in HK and in the end chose to interview a very fluent English speaking blackshirt who spoke with not a hint of Hong Kong accent about the brutal beating from “they” who can never stop this fight for their rights.
    I switch to another channel from then on, there won’t be any even handed reporting from any of these white fellas.
     
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    Fog of war guys, I too was at the receiving end of a recent misunderstanding, we all need to keep our cool. Everyone of us here clearly see what these MSM are doing, all we can do is to spread the truth of what is really happening in HK to those of our friends and relatives who want to know.
     
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    An insightful interview with Steve Bannon on Hong Kong and its importance within the US-China economic nexus. He also gives his standpoint on why China has been reluctant to use heavy-handed tactics on HK protesters and why the city matters to the PRC more than mainlanders wish to believe.

     
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