Hong-Kong Protests


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Translated wuyuren5849 post (Hong-Kong Protests) into English with DeepL Translate (part 1 of 2)

"Soros, the Great Financial Evil."
Across the ocean in the United States, the 90-year-old Soros, whose teeth have long since taken over, still has the keen sense of smell of a fly.

In the 22 years since his defeat in Hong Kong, he has always been reluctant to make a comeback.

Chi-Ying Lai, Tai Yiu-Ting and other Hong Kong rebels are trying to incite the youth to destabilize Hong Kong society and shake up its financial markets. The man behind them is the "financial predator".

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Two "financial turmoil" in Hong Kong, both ended in defeat. Hong Kong became a "stain" on Soros's "glorious" battlefield.

He had a great deal of resentment and could not sleep or eat well, and he seemed to be in a daze that he would not rest in peace unless he messed up Hong Kong.

Even in a special issue of the Wall Street Journal, his exasperation flowed.

"I'm more interested in defeating the current China than I am in the national interest of the United States."

The Scourge of the Port, Soros

On September 5, 2019, the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) Electronic Trading System (HKATS) experienced a serious outage and suspended trading in all derivatives markets from 2:00 p.m. that day.

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In response to the glitch, the HKEx explained that "the problem was caused by a software problem in the trading system".

However, sources soon revealed that the HKEx was taking the opportunity to "close the door" - after 21 years, Soros was making a comeback.

On July 2, 1997, Thailand announced that it would abandon its fixed exchange rate and implement a legal exchange rate system. The US financial butchers, led by Soros, immediately launched a financial attack, extending billions of dollars to short the baht.

And the Thai authorities only managed to stick around for less than ten minutes before announcing the abandonment of the bailout. Thailand's economic achievements, which had been accumulated for more than a decade, vanished almost overnight.

The entire country's industrial industry closed to a standstill, workers lost their jobs en masse, and countless people went bankrupt and chose to jump off buildings or into rivers to kill themselves. Then, Soros went on a rampage, raiding Malaysia, Singapore, Japan and South Korea one after another, mourning everywhere they went.

Having gotten a taste of the sweetness, Soros then aimed at Hong Kong, which had just returned to China.

He had already made a "perfect" strategy for shorting Hong Kong and dreamed that "the Hong Kong government will lose and leave Hong Kong with the money".

It is not surprising that the SAR government has already acknowledged its determination to sink its boats, and after gaining the full support of the central government, decided to start a financial defense war with Soros.

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On 14 August 1998, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) invested US$120 billion in the stock and futures markets, taking over an average of 350 million hectares per minute, pushing up the futures index by 600 points in one day to combat the arrogant short-sellers.

During the period, the short-sellers were in full force, while the SAR government took it all in. After two weeks of fierce battle, the Hang Seng Index remained above 7800 points.

From then on, Hong Kong became a rare Waterloo in Soros's financial career. When the closing bell rang, the dust settled.

Back on Wall Street, he eagerly donated money to set up the Open Society Foundations and became its own chairman, which quickly became a treasury organization to assist the West in its "color revolution".

This organization has repeatedly admitted in its reports that it funds "human rights websites" and "democratic practices" in many countries and regions, including Hong Kong.

However, this seems to be the beginning of the end for Soros's campaign against Hong Kong.

In 2009, Soros instructed his son, Robert Daniel Soros, to incorporate SFM HK Management, a hedge fund, in Hong Kong with a rebuilt capital. The office is located on the 35th floor of the International Finance Centre (IFC) in Central, which "happens" to be right underneath the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA).

The idea behind the move is obvious.

Another chess move that Soros made was extremely stealthy. He tried to select his own "agent" in Hong Kong, and then control the NGO, in order to achieve the ambition of Hong Kong chaos.

The founder of Next Media, Chi-Ying Lai, is the "spokesperson" selected by Soros.

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Through the affiliated Open Society Foundations, Soros has been providing funds, personnel and equipment to the Hong Kong riots through "white gloves" such as Li Zhiying.

The purpose is to keep Hong Kong in turmoil, so that the Hong Kong financial market will go down slightly or even collapse, and to make huge profits from the boots.

Another puppet of Soros is Dai Yaoting, who threatened to launch a "wild boar revolution" in Hong Kong.

As early as 2015, the Open Society Foundations provided funding to the University of Hong Kong Law School, where Mr. Tai is a student. The idea was to infiltrate the Hong Kong campus and turn HKU into a bridgehead for the "color revolution".

All these years of "hard work" will finally pay off in 2019.

In June last year, Hong Kong occurred in the "amendment storm", Li Zhiying, Tai Yaoting and other riots scourge Hong Kong's behavior, the damage to the economy has shown.

Foreign investment banks, including JP Morgan and JP Morgan, lowered their forecasts for the Hong Kong economy, which provided an opportunity for Soros to take advantage of the situation.

Soros, who is determined to "expose the shame", will naturally not give up this opportunity to take advantage of the situation.

In August 2019, Soros first took advantage of the decline in Hong Kong stocks to buy a large number of empty orders to build a position. The Hong Kong "Ta Kung Pao" analysis, the size of the Soros shorting, at least will be 98 years. The double.

But history repeats itself once again.On September 4, 2019, the Hong Kong government took decisive measures to make Hong Kong stocks rise significantly, with the Hang Seng Index rising as much as 4.3% in a single day.

The following day, when Soros attempted to make a last-ditch effort to sell his short positions in a big way, he discovered that the electronic trading system of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was malfunctioning, as hinted at above.

The "shrewd" Soros, who thought he could manipulate a number of Southeast Asian countries, did not expect to encounter the "closed door" of the Hong Kong government.

The "financial butcher" suffered heavy losses, more than 2.4 billion reconstruction. The next day, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange resumed trading, Hong Kong stocks continued to rise.
 

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Translated wuyuren5849 post (Hong-Kong Protests) into English with DeepL Translate (part 2 of 2)

The Subversive, Soros

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As we can see from his actions in the port of disaster, Soros's ambition has already formed a pattern, that is, to use NGOs to foster subversive "color revolutions" in other countries, in order to achieve the purpose of looting and robbery.

Even Soros himself has never avoided this, as he has repeatedly and publicly admitted that he does use these "public welfare funds" to organize his own internal regime, to cover up other regimes, to engage in subversive and separatist activities, and to incite mass events.

As a citizen who was once persecuted by the Nazi tradition, Soros is always tired of telling the world how abhorrent and horrible the Nazis were, forgetting the most important point: the Nazis he hates were created by a group of Sorosians even older than himself. And Soros is merely repeating the mistakes of his predecessors.

The greatest tragedy of Soros is that he has spent his whole life transforming himself into what he hates most in his heart.

After the Cold War, the U.S.-led Western countries, after promoting the "regime change" of the Soviet Union, launched a new round of "institutional transformation" of the CIS countries.

The Soros Foundation became the primary tool for the U.S. to export color revolutions to these countries.

Although Soros and his foundation appeared to people as a non-governmental organization, they were in fact thugs serving the political purposes of the U.S. government, seeking refuge for their own economic interests.

He used the concept of "open society" as a brand name, and used aid and poverty alleviation as a facade, which led to a "democratic wave" in countries that he considered "not democratic enough", instigated "color revolutions", brought about regime change, and finally opened the door for his own financial speculation.

Soros and his foundation have made at least the following outstanding "contributions" to the colour revolutions in these CIS countries.

In 2003, following the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia, President Shevardnadze was ousted and opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili was elected President. After his ouster, Shevardnadze angrily stated to the media.

"One ambassador told me that Soros put up $2.5 million to $3 million in campaign funds to start the 'Rose Revolution'."

At the end of 2004, the "Orange Revolution" broke out in Ukraine. Opposition leader Yushchenko was elected President of Ukraine. In testimony before the House International Relations Committee, U.S. Congressman Paul revealed that Soros had provided more than $65 million in political funds to Ukraine to oppose the dispatch.

In March 2005, President Akayev was forced into exile after the world-famous "Yellow Revolution" in Kyrgyzstan. Of course, the Soros Foundation has formed many organizations of "voters' political activists" all over the country, which have been deeply involved in military anti-government and anti-presidential activities throughout the country.

In recent years, a number of countries in Southeast Europe, which have suffered from Soros, have seen through the trickery of Soros and said no to the "color revolution".

In 2015, Russia banned the activities of the Open Society Foundation in Russia, accusing it of posing a threat to the fundamental system of the Russian Federation and to national security. The foundation may have suffered from this threat, earthquakes, and boycotts by the governments of Macedonia, Poland, and other countries.

In 2018, Turkish President Erdogan accused Soros and his foundation of "dividing and destroying" the country. "The Open Society Foundation then closed its offices in Dispute and Ankara and ceased operations in Turkey.
In fact, in the 20 years since he left Hong Kong, Soros has not only kept his short interest in Hong Kong, but has also never given up his "infiltration" of Hong Kong's colors.

In June 2016, the DCLEAKS website revealed more than 2,500 confidential documents, including the director of the Open Society Foundation's East Asia program.

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This was most evident in the Open Society Foundation's Hong Kong Film Festival.

The theme of the exhibition, "Hong Kong under China", focuses on the evolution of Hong Kong's identity after its return to China. A photograph of a night scene in Kowloon, lined with public housing estates, attributes the widening gap between rich and poor in Hong Kong to the influx of new immigrants from the Mainland.

Another photograph of the rooftop of a factory in Kwun Tong Tong describes the demolition of grassroots housing in Hong Kong: mainland investors have pushed up property prices in Hong Kong, while new immigrants from the mainland have squeezed their living space.

These images all predict an intensification of the conflict between Hong Kong and the Mainland, blaming "one country, two systems" or the so-called "stagnation of democratization" for the livelihood problems arising from Hong Kong's capitalist development.

These public policies, educational and cultural activities are all influencing the public's thinking, especially the young people who are at the stage of worldview and value measurement.

The young people who grew up under the propaganda of the Soros Foundation, and who were deliberately exposed to it, did not see the progress that had taken place in their country, the inevitability of the contradictions of the transitional period, nor the efforts of the state to resolve them, but at the same time the huge gap between the country and their ideal of democracy.

In the end, these young people raised the banner against the government in the "color revolutions" and fought for the so-called "democracy".

In his autobiography, Soros reminds himself that he could have been a philanthropist whenever he recalls his own panic-stricken escape from Nazi control in his father's wake.

Unfortunately, almost all of his "charitable" contributions went to subversive organizations.

After all, no one in their right mind would want to inflict this kind of empathetic pain on anyone else.

However, in spite of that pain, Soros still threw himself into the embrace of darkness and became the agent and sower of pain on earth.

The boy who had been trampled by his father's hand and had difficulty escaping, eventually became the kind of person he hated the most.

Under Soros's attack, many more toddlers were forced to flee their familiar homes, hand in hand with their parents, all the way to heartache and pain, followed by death.

And behind each of these faltering escapes, Soros's evil is written.
 

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You won't ever see the MSM reporting this. Concern mother and their students studying at Hong Kong university Campus cleaning up the propaganda mess left behind by the rioters. Noticed these mothers and students haven't materialised out of thin air. They have always been there in Hong Kong. But it is only now they feel safe enough to come out and clean up the mess after the national security law. (We've all seen beatings by thugs of anyone opposing them).

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Can you imagine the uproar from the western MSM, and members here if this was applied to Hong Kong, but instead of capitalist. It's ban on Anything negatives about the CCP.

Somehow, this isn't the big bad CCP, it's the big bad British censorship. But somehow that's ok.

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Schools in England told not to use anti-capitalist material in teaching
DfE categorises idea as ‘extreme political stance’ equating to endorsing illegal activity
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The government has ordered schools in England not to use resources from organisations which have expressed a desire to end capitalism.

Department for Education (DfE) guidance issued on Thursday for school leaders and teachers involved in setting the relationship, sex and health curriculum categorised anti-capitalism as an “extreme political stance” and equated it with opposition to freedom of speech, antisemitism and endorsement of illegal activity.


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said the measures effectively outlawed reference in schools to key events in British history, and that it symbolised growing “authoritarianism” within the governing Conservative party.

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Can you imagine the uproar from the western MSM, and members here if this was applied to Hong Kong, but instead of capitalist. It's ban on Anything negatives about the CCP.

Somehow, this isn't the big bad CCP, it's the big bad British censorship. But somehow that's ok.

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Schools in England told not to use anti-capitalist material in teaching
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Sun 27 Sep 2020 12.44 BST

The government has ordered schools in England not to use resources from organisations which have expressed a desire to end capitalism.

Department for Education (DfE) guidance issued on Thursday for school leaders and teachers involved in setting the relationship, sex and health curriculum categorised anti-capitalism as an “extreme political stance” and equated it with opposition to freedom of speech, antisemitism and endorsement of illegal activity.


Former shadow chancellor
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said the measures effectively outlawed reference in schools to key events in British history, and that it symbolised growing “authoritarianism” within the governing Conservative party.

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I kid you not when I say this, but China is probably more "free" than most Western nations in current times.
 

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I kid you not when I say this, but China is probably more "free" than most Western nations in current times.
I'm quite happy to trade temporary restrictions on when I can go out for a beer with friends in order to avoid having a President/Prime Minister for life that I can't vote out of office.
 

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I'm quite happy to trade temporary restrictions on when I can go out for a beer with friends in order to avoid having a President/Prime Minister for life that I can't vote out of office.
Yaa. Let's make sure no one notices that while you quite dramatically mentioned about president/prime minister for life & not being able to vote them out, you just slipped in your desire to keep the "choosing power" in your hand for life time. And in democracy, which means by you, of you- that's power of choosing puppets for lifetime & in return using the country basically as a market . Now who wouldn't like that? Yeppiiiii.

Sshh, let's not tell others.
 

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I'm quite happy to trade temporary restrictions on when I can go out for a beer with friends in order to avoid having a President/Prime Minister for life that I can't vote out of office.
Professor Benjamin Page of Northwestern University and Professor Martin Gilens of Princeton University wrote a paper titled
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in which they found that - "Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence."

When you think about it, is there anything substantual you can do in the West that you can't do in China? In fact the myth of free speech in the West is also being destroyed as we speak due to the multicultural policy, this is similar to India where the diversity of peoples and particularly of religions causes much friction and requires Draconian hate speech laws to keep things in order.

I think the state of India was in the past used by the Chinese to show its citizens how bad democracy is, but the West is also turning into a basket case as well.
 

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When you think about it, is there anything substantual you can do in the West that you can't do in China?
  1. Vote in national elections and, depending on the country, vote directly for the head of state
  2. Stand in elections against the ruling party, again as appropriate even as head of state
  3. Form new political parties that conflict with the ruling party
  4. Sue the government (with a chance of winning)
  5. Protest government policy openly
  6. Practice your personal beliefs as you see fit, not as the government wants
  7. Set up a newspaper, TV station or web-based outlet even if you publish content the ruling party doesn't like
  8. Criticise and/or satirise the government openly without being censored and then get a visit from the police
  9. Actually own your own home, which isn't possible in China because all you get is a lease the government can revoke whenever it likes
  10. No social credit score to control your behaviour
  11. No need to slip an official some banknotes to get lawful business done
I don't have time to do an exhaustive list, but these are the first ones that came off the top of my head.

In fact the myth of free speech in the West is also being destroyed as we speak due to the multicultural policy
You're going to characterise the "right to be racist" as a part of free speech?

the West is also turning into a basket case as well.
Weird that so many wealthy - or just successful middle class - Chinese want to move there. Even CCP officials frequently send their families overseas.

I do occasionally read young people with Chinese ancestory living in NA/Europe make comments like "yeah, bruh, can't wait until I can move to China - just need to get fluent", but that's not a trend, that's a (very weird) fad.
 

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