Hong-Kong Protests

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    now I read
    More Hong Kong students study in mainland for prospects
    Source:Global Times Published: 2019/9/12 0:18:39
    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1164338.shtml

    LOL now noticed the emoji in the end of the 4th paragraph; there's
    "question mark" "question mark" "o" "colon" "bigger than symbol"
    in the article there
     
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    Cowards and bullies ,thats all they are.
    II hope the chidren do not get to.traumatized over the event.
     
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    As a father, it absolutely enrages me seeing this!

    Does Hong Kong allow guns? If I were a HK parent right now, I would not leave the house without a gun!
     
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    No guns allowed. In fact, no gun powder allowed thanks to our previous master, the British empire! they outlaw all gun powder ever since the "demonstration" that was brutaly put diwn in 1967.

    I was a kid then and was extremely disappointed that during Chinese new year. There was complete silence!

    For those that's not Chinese, during Chinese new year, there's lots of noise as fire crackers are set off to ward off evil spirits. And that year was the quitest I have ever experienced. A Chinese new year without fire crackers is like Christmas without Santa!
     
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    No, they don't allow guns. Even the police have to have a special rank to carry a gun. Nowhere in China can you carry a gun, and that's the wisdom of the CCP. If everyone had 2 handguns and an automatic like in Texas, can you imagine what Hong Kong would look like now? It would actually look like a war-torn African country.
     
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    Beijing has nothing to do with HK's gun policies, and considering how cowardly those rioters are, they would never dare accost people who might be armed.

    A police force in a society that allows guns is also more trigger happy, so there would be none of that coddling of rioters that's going on right now.
     
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