Noticed this was your question to him about loyalty, slavery and treason.In four sentences you've managed to equate the act of showing loyalty to your host nation to submitting to slavery and poverty, planting the idea that the only way to freedom and prosperity is sedition and treason.
Skilfully done. May I suggest your next username be 'Serpent in Eden'?
Instead you got this answer about policy and reflection of populace and selection of alternatives.If the nation refuses to change its policies to suit the times and needs of the people in question, and also denies the people a straightforward way to select alternative politicians who will bring forward different policies, is that the fault of the populace who ask for change or the central government for refusing to modify its plans?
He doesn't like the questions so he'll answered the questions that he would've like to be asked! Don't you feel you're having a discussion with a break wall?
It may seem over simplification. But it's actually more complex. No one is that simple in the real world. Therefore I think it's selective reasoning to make it look simple ie: to break it down to a simple black or white, you're either with or against us. And in doing so he must be right. But as we are know, in real live, life is not like that, it is much more complex.You see, your oversimplification of the issue ignores that tremendous hubris of protesters post-extradition bill termination.