Hong-Kong Protests

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Warning! If you are of a sensitive nature, then please don't view the videos.

These two videos showed the thugs robbed a shop in the Tai Po district at knife point. Got caught by CCTV camera and recognised or something.

Which resulting the locals/triads took the law into their hands. You can hear one of the locals/triads said: This is Tai Po!
And after watching it, I beginning to feel sorry for the thugs. I must be getting soft at my old age!

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Gatekeeper

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Warning! If you are of a sensitive nature, then please don't view the videos.

These two videos showed the thugs robbed a shop in the Tai Po district at knife point. Got caught by CCTV camera and recognised or something.

Which resulting the locals/triads took the law into their hands. You can hear one of the locals/triads said: This is Tai Po!
And after watching it, I beginning to feel sorry for the thugs. I must be getting soft at my old age!
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Chinese new year, normally the flower night market will be buzzing. The Chinese here will know exactly what I mean. So it is quite sad to see this. Not sure if its due to the thugs or the virus spreading across the country.

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I thought this video is good to see the contrast between the thugs and patriots demonstrating in London last week. Look how transparent every patriots are, whereas the thugs have to have their masks on to hide from the world. A total lack of convictions! believe in your cause, and stand out and be counted!

Their slogan 光復香港,brightness return to Hong Kong. They can't even 光復面口。let brightness shine on their faces.

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This is amazing, all through the past 7 months, I was wondering why the Hong Kong police didn't use Tasers. Well, it transpire that the Hong Kong police don't use them, so they don't have any.

So the new police chief is proposing the use of Taisers like any other western countries. BUT, guess what, this pro-thugs local councillor is objecting to its introduction on safety ground (for those don't speak cantonese). He said, the people that proposed the intrduction should try it on themselves first. He even quoted UN reports on the safety issues. Mmmmmm

Now, let me see, these thugs and their sympathisers, like this councillor always citing how wonderful the western world (waving their stars and stripes, and union jacks) are compares to their lives in Hong Kong. Yet, the western police lockers are full of Tasers. But that's ok for them, and these Hong Kongers still look up to them. But as soon as it is mentioned in Hong Kong, it is wrong! Gee.

Anyway I just loved the reply from the gallery, a man said on the same principle, he should try petrol bomb on himself! lol. This got him rattled, just watch how agitated he is!


 

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Words failed me, these nurses are worse than animals. They don't have one ounce of humanity left. It is times like this, that we all should pull together, but alas, no, they are still fighting for their "freedom and democracy", when everyone knows its a lost cause.

So here they are calling for strike action in their thugs masks, if Hong Kong accept any travelers from China!


Spot the difference!

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This is thuggery at its ugly best. The thug in the sports car drives recklessly, then got out and beat the taxi driver. Then punched plain cloth cop, when arrested.

This is the thugs in Hong Kong, they feel embolden by all the lawlessness in the past frw months.

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Words failed me, these nurses are worse than animals. They don't have one ounce of humanity left. It is times like this, that we all should pull together, but alas, no, they are still fighting for their "freedom and democracy", when everyone knows its a lost cause.

So here they are calling for strike action in their thugs masks, if Hong Kong accept any travelers from China!
While I agree that those particular HK nurses' political demands have nothing to do with the situation at hand, all staff including nurses at HK public clinics and hospitals are already routinely overworked and it is a fundamental systemic issue that has been brewing for years and is past time to be addressed by local authorities.
 

Dolcevita

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While I agree that those particular HK nurses' political demands have nothing to do with the situation at hand, all staff including nurses at HK public clinics and hospitals are already routinely overworked and it is a fundamental systemic issue that has been brewing for years and is past time to be addressed by local authorities.
The Nursing Council of Hong Kong is responsible for regulating nursing profession and should primarily be serving the public health care needs.
They need to reform from within to allow more foreign nurses to qualify as registered nurses. Same situation for the medical council where they regulate quantity of foreign medical professionals in HK.
 
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