Hong-Kong Protests


hijiki

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Speaking Japanese does not mean higher class. or higher moral standards.

I only said that she speaks good Japanese and posted an example of it only to show why Japan had the expression of "Goddess of Democracy" for her. It would be a little strange for Japanese to attach such an name on her if she couldn't even explain herself to a Japanese audience. So it's not some shallow monkey-see other western stuff so monkey-do it with making term "Goddess of democracy". There are many more examples of her engaging with a Japanese audiance. I think she's far more engaged with the Japanese audience than English speakers. Which probably makes sense to do since Joshua Wong already can make the protester case to English speaking audience. So Agnes Chow expands their call by being able to make the case to a Japanese audience.

But actually, I think she is quite incrediable if I have to be honest.
 

LawLeadsToPeace

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In addition to a US-Japan relations thread, a general Imperial Japan at war thread might also be necessary. But again, 10 vs 1, long term commitment.. we'll see. But up front in extrordinaryly brief form, Unit 731 did happen. I can't leave your statment hanging entirely unaddressed. That's all I will say on that matter in this thread.
Ah at least we agree on this crucial part. My mistake for assuming that you were one of those Japanese people and in regards to your previous post, I agree. We did go off topic a bit.
 

Gatekeeper

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A tribute to David Jordan, the English commander of the Hong Kong police. It's great seeing him getting recognition and reward.

When ever my English associates and friends mention Hong Kong police brutality from the media they reads. I'll show them this video.

Their faces would be a picture. Just watch their jaws drop involuntary.

 

Gatekeeper

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Now back to the topic hand, does anyone know anything about this guy:
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Another traitor who was happily earning 6 figure sums from the Hong Kong government as a law maker, at the same time seeking foreign help to destabilise the very government he promised to uphold.

Another word a back stabbing traitor. Now his actions have others, even those people in his own camp condemning it. Because they say it us now more difficult for otherst to obtain bail, since he skipped boil to look after his own hide. Lol

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Gatekeeper

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She speaks very good Japanese so its not just a blind monkey-see monkey-do. Japan is still a democracy and so those common values will leave an impression.
only said that she speaks good Japanese and posted an example of it only to show why Japan had the expression of "Goddess of Democracy" for her. It would be a little strange for Japanese to attach such an name on her if she couldn't even explain herself to a Japanese audience. So it's not some shallow monkey-see other western stuff so monkey-do it with making term "Goddess of democracy".

Maybe is your English not being as proficient as you have like. Because the way you put it over definitely implied that she has great intelligence because she spoke Japanese.

And this "goddess of democracy" BS is hysteria wiped up by your MSM. Nobody outside of western and western dominated countries sees her as the "Goddess of democracy".

You just got to look at the effort the BBC is trying so hard to make her look like some kind of hero by awarding her women of 100 award and trying to call her Mulan.

Where as the rest of the Chinese community sees her as a Hanjians. A true Traitor
 
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KYli

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Aung San Suu Kyi was also a goddess of democracy many years ago. Now she is just another tyrant. Martin Lee was called the father of HK democracy. The most funny one is when Anson China was called mother of HK democracy. The Western media is desperate to find someone that people can rally behind that even someone like Agnes Chow is chosen to promote as a symbol.
 

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