Hong-Kong Protests


Mr T

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Lam said amending the law would affect her “constitutional role” in the political system, insisting Beijing – which the Post earlier reported
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– would take any necessary actions were she to be involved in misconduct.

In short, it's cool to take bribes if the CCP doesn't mind.
 

Tyler

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It is better than I have expected. Joshua Wong has gotten off the hook before. Anyway, HKPF didn't make all the charges for Wong yet. More charges are coming.
They will just reserve these charges for the future. This way Joshua Wong will be returning again and again to serve additional sentences in the next few years.
 

Mr T

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new baseless bait posted. do not feed the troll. hit the report button.

Lol, it's an article from the pro-Beijing South China Morning Post. I didn't make it up.

If you think that the CCP does care about the Chief Executive taking bribes, it wouldn't have stopped the anti-bribery law being extended to the Chief Executive position. However, it has blocked the change. The only logical reason is that it doesn't want a scenario where the Chief Executive gets arrested due to bribery allegations because:

a) it would be hugely embarrassing to the CCP, because it would imply they'd endorsed/selected a corrupt individual; and
b) it would risk removing them from office, requiring a new election and new approved candidates being found, as well as re-opening the debate about universal suffrage given the Beijing-knows-best-model is supposed to eliminate dodgy candidates, not reward them.
 

Gatekeeper

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new baseless bait posted. do not feed the troll. hit the report button.

Yes. But you got to give it to him. He has thicker skin than a Rhino. Lol. Time and again, he comes out with stuff, then got shown up for what it is. But time and again he keeps coming back!

@Mr T

Tell me, how's that judges thing you keep peddling going? Or the peaceful protestors you keep insisting? Or how about Chinese students lack critical thinking?

Sold any good books lately?

Lol
 

Gatekeeper

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Joshua Wong: 13.5 months jail
Agnes Chow: 10 months jail
Ivan Lam: 7 months jail

All sentenced for their role in the 15-hour siege of the HK police HQ in the 2019 protest.

Let's take a look at these three.

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And the BBC give this one the 100 women of the year. Gee, they even trying to promote her as the new Mulan! It turns out she is nothing but a cry baby.

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