Hong-Kong Protests


plawolf

Brigadier
People like Jcuck are a danger to Chinese all across the world.

It's like all those hanjians during Japanese occupation. They feel nothing witnessing butchering of fellow Chinese. In fact, they feel glee and love getting compliments from their masters.

He is a Hanjian, just not a Chinese hanjian. He only has his HK citizenships because the British decided to dump all the Vietnamese Hanjians who fled after their white American overlords in HK rather than accept them into Britain.

China really should pass a citizenship law where it can strip people of their Chinese citizenships if they blatantly do not identify as Chinese, and proactively work with hostile foreign powers against Chinese national interests.
 

Gatekeeper

Colonel
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JW: "Perhaps the authorities wish me to stay in prison one term after another. But I am persuaded that, neither prison bars, nor election ban, nor any other arbitrary powers would stop us from activism,"

China: "Are you sure? :cool: "


These fellows are basically telling the judge that they deserve the max sentence since they will not change.
Just capture these guys again and again if they commit the same activities. Joshua Wong's family just sold some property in Hong Kong. This must be investigated since there is a possibility that they are trying to launder money that they earned from foreign infiltrators.

It is just a last desperate attempt at grabbing the world's media headline. With so much happening around the world. With Trump theatrics. Riots in the streets of US. Pandemic around the world. G20 summit's. The Taiwan and Australian antics.

Wong and co. Are finding it difficult to get its message across. So this is the last throw of the dice. Once locked up. Bye bye Hanjians.
 

Tyler

Junior Member
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I've randomly view a few of his interviews and seen his twitter feeds since the NSL was passed. I am pretty sure he has broken the NSL and I would not be surprise if they just surprise him with new charges... one after another at random times in the future.
He needs to serve for the current conviction first. I think this is already his third time. More to come after he is released from this current conviction.
 

Phead128

Junior Member
The HK protesters achieved literally nothing except accelerate HK's demise.

But HK protesters must think they are playing 3D chess, like they are the final arbiters of their fate, atleast it's decline by THEIR own hands. Like those anti-masker cucks who claim "Freedumb!!" while killing themselves and others, while blaming others, when it's really their own incompetence.
 

localizer

Colonel
Registered Member
The HK protesters achieved literally nothing except accelerate HK's demise.

But HK protesters must think they are playing 3D chess, like they are the final arbiters of their fate, atleast it's decline by THEIR own hands. Like those anti-masker cucks who claim "Freedumb!!" while killing themselves and others, while blaming others, when it's really their own incompetence.


You have to identify their goals.

If the goal is to achieve greater independence, then there's no way that could've happened.


If the goal is to be a thorn in the CCP's ass, then they've achieved that. They're just a thorn placed by the Five Eyes.
 

crash8pilot

Junior Member
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The HK protesters achieved literally nothing except accelerate HK's demise.
On the contrary it seems the CCP still has plans for Hong Kong. The Greater Bay Area concept, which is one of the party's domestic pet projects to coincide with foreign outreach via BRI, will see further integration of both SARs into the fold of the Mainland. I'd imagine the HKSE will play a crucial role alongside the SSE, especially if decoupling with the American economy continues and the relationship with White House continues to erode. Carrie Lam's recent trip to Beijing would indicate that she seemingly still has the favor of the CCP, but even if she doesn't the party will get someone in to see their greater plans for the Greater Bay Area through.

Just my two cents from speaking to people back home in Hong Kong anyway.
 
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