There are plenty of anti-China gray zone ops involved in the Hong Kong protests, insurgency and counter-insurgency, propaganda war, cyber, lawfare, and economic issues.Guys, since we agree that there should be no political discussion here and the Hong Kong protest is purely politics topic. Please do not bring the topic again. My suggestion is this thread to be closed!
There is so much truth in what you and Gatekeeper are saying and it is a poor reflection on the failed HK educational system. Just look a whole generation of youth lost and listen to what they are saying. They are just mimicking each other and incapable of critical thought anymore. I saw a clip where 3 youth were interviewed and they were saying the same thing that they are willing to give their lives but cannot because either mom or grandpa or dad will be sad. At least show some personality and not be so cult-like. Very sad state of affairs. There is an obvious generation gap between the older folks and the youth. Scary to think they may represent the future for HK.You mentioned a very important aspect. That's the importance of primary, secondary, and tertiary educations. I suspect the young people in HK are brain washed by western propaganda since childhood, mainly through their education. I'm a firm believer that who commandeers the high ground of education wins the ideological war, while the media play a secondary role. It's very unfortunate that the HK government folded to the same ideologues we see today and scrapped the plan to teach more Chinese history in the HK high school curriculum in 2012.