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Now support for the HK protesters is coming from within Mainland China itself. Who knew!

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China needs to clean up its act and start acting like a decent country as their international reputation is taking a serious beating

https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEIumfa0rqOi0We1H637MJC8qFggEKg4IACoGCAowqKNmMKjdCjDO3RQ?hl=en-CA&gl=CA&ceid=CA%3Aen

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kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

Michael Moriarity wrote:

kropotkin1951 wrote:

Timebandit wrote:

Okay, I can understand you not liking Freeland and opposing her politically. But a CIA plant? That's way over the top, unless you care to back that up with something concrete.

That is my opinion. I may be wrong, she make work for some other US agency in the imperial deep state. Her claim to fame seems to be she wrote a puff piece after hobnobbing with the rich and famous from that oligarchy.

I think that any contact she may have had with the CIA was merely incidental to her career of writing propaganda for the billionaire class.

I watched a press conference with her and Pompous Ass and I now have to agree with you and Timebandit that she is not professional enough to be an asset of any agency. Apparently she has fascist DNA running through her veins and it informs her world view so she doesn't need to even be paid by the US oligarchy's agencies.

NDPP

US Escalates Preparations For Nuclear War With Russia and China

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2019/08/23/nucl-a23.html

"After withdrawing from the landmark Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, the United States has been barreling ahead with its preparations to fight a nuclear war with China, Russia or both, by testing and stockpiling dangerous new weapons in a nuclear arms race. In an interview with Fox News, Defence Secretary Mark Esper said the US military is changing its focus from 'low intensity conflict' such as the war in Afghanistan to 'high intensity conflicts against competitors such as Russia and China.'

In the Orwellian language of the 'Defense' department, preserving 'peace' is accomplished by expanding America's 'deterrent,' another name for the hellish nuclear weapons that can kill billions of people within an hour. Esper made no secret of who he is seeking to 'deter', saying 'China is the number one priority for this departement'...

The United States, Esper said, now needs 'to be able to strike at intermediate ranges' to 'deter Chinese bad behavior', as if he were talking about disciplining a child, not annihilating a country of nearly 1.4 billion people. But to secure this supposedly god-given right to dominance over Asia, the United States - the only country to use nuclear weapons in World War II - is making active preparations to ring the entire Chinese mainland with nuclear capable missiles..."

NDPP

WATCH: "Here is Hong Kong media oligarch Jimmy Lai (Known as 'the Rupert Murdoch of Asia') - who funds and strongly supports the anti-China protests in Hong Kong - meeting with neocons John Bolton, Mike Pompeo and Mike Pence in DC this July."

https://twitter.com/BenjaminNorton/status/1164972659265945602

Purely in the interest of furthering HK 'freedom and democracy' of course...

NDPP

We Are Not Fooled By The Hong Kong Protests

https://popularresistance.org/we-are-not-fooled-by-the-hong-kong-protests/

"Hong Kong protests are not a democracy movement but an anti-China tool. The real goal is preventing the full integration of Hong Kong into China in 2047 when the transition agreement between China and the UK is finished. The US, the UK [, Canada] and billionaires in Hong Kong want it to be integrated into the western capitalist economy, and fear China's state-planned economy. If they succeed, Hong Kong will become a base of economic, military and political operations for the US at the Chinese border, a critical position for the West's 'Great Power Conflict' with Russia and China..."

(With Russia, a similar process of encroachment has occurred with the illegal advancement of NATO and installation of virulently anti-Russian regimes like Ukraine). Performing its pro-imperialist role to a tee, the Canadian liberal-left has cheerled and supported these aggressive moves.)

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A 40-km long human chain, with no violence.

Maybe Hong Kong protesters can teach Canadian leftists a thing or two about how to organize. 

NorthReport

Bingo!

Well said swallow

swallow wrote:

A 40-km long human chain, with no violence.

Maybe Hong Kong protesters can teach Canadian leftists a thing or two about how to organize. 

NDPP

For training try your local US embassy or the friendly folks at the National Endowment For Democracy (NED), a CIA soft-power cutout that has played a critical role in innumerable US regime-change operations.

https://twitter.com/ml_maria_/status/1165559989165010945

WWWTT

swallow wrote:

A 40-km long human chain, with no violence.

Maybe Hong Kong protesters can teach Canadian leftists a thing or two about how to organize. 

Maybe the Canadian government can teach the Hong Kong government a thing or two on how to get rid of the protesters?

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Yes, Canada is expert at disarming protest. 

Fascinated to see that you think a 40-km long human chain is a bunch of zombies mind-controlled by the USA, NDPP. I for one think popular resistance is stronger than the US government, and that Asians can think. 

NDPP

I agree with the final sentence.

WWWTT

swallow wrote:

Yes, Canada is expert at disarming protest. 

Fascinated to see that you think a 40-km long human chain is a bunch of zombies mind-controlled by the USA, NDPP. I for one think popular resistance is stronger than the US government, and that Asians can think. 

I don’t think you understood my comment? Or you did, don’t like it and want to draw attention away from the fact that this protest is being allowed to happen!

I guess you’re still waiting for a massive crackdown with body counts to comment on?

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No. Of course not.

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

The Hong Kong government wants the Montreal solution. Let people bang pots until they get tired of marching every night. In Canada we have the right to protest although we have never actually changed a government policy that I can remember. We put tens of thousands of peaceful demonstrators on the lawns of our legislature to protest massive austerity and all that happened was a government Minister called us union thugs while joking with the press.

If the violence stops then frankly I think that the people of Hong Kong have as good a chance of changing government policy as I do in Canada. In Canada we seemed to have all the tools necesary to deal with hockey rioters in the courts. I suspect that the Hong Kong police will be arresting rioters as they identify them and find them.

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WWWTT wrote:

swallow wrote:

Yes, Canada is expert at disarming protest. 

Fascinated to see that you think a 40-km long human chain is a bunch of zombies mind-controlled by the USA, NDPP. I for one think popular resistance is stronger than the US government, and that Asians can think. 

I don’t think you understood my comment? Or you did, don’t like it and want to draw attention away from the fact that this protest is being allowed to happen!

I guess you’re still waiting for a massive crackdown with body counts to comment on?

That was the natural assumption when the PLA was filmed doing anti-protest maneuvers involving tens of thousands of troops running at full gallop towards a crowd.  

The US government and the political and economic leadership of "The West" have no business trying to destabilize anything China.  They need to stay the hell out of this.  

At the same time, the focus should be on negotiations and "de-escalation", rather than anything like a show of force.  And there is no reason for this situation to end with any form of violent retribution against those sincerely protesting.

And it's not asking too much for ordinary people, people disconnected from the power structure in any country, to call on ALL governments to reconsider and abolish all repressive and violent practices regarding protest and dissent.   

I'm not anti-China...I'm anti-crackdown.  Nothing positive ever comes of crackdowns on protest.  Anywhere.

Pondering

So what have you done to stop it?

NDPP

'Winter On Fire' Plays Hong Kong

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1166232291317866496

"This piece of regime-change agitprop white washed the Right Sector forces that converged into the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Before it was screened in Hong Kong, it was exported to Venezuela to inspire the right-wing guarimba rampage fueled by USAID/NED."

Canada supported all.

Ken Burch Ken Burch's picture

NDPP wrote:

'Winter On Fire' Plays Hong Kong

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1166232291317866496

"This piece of regime-change agitprop white washed the Right Sector forces that converged into the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Before it was screened in Hong Kong, it was exported to Venezuela to inspire the right-wing guarimba rampage fueled by USAID/NED."

Canada supported all.

And it is utterly appalling that the Canadian government did that.  Nobody here is defending what the Canadian or US governments have done to dissenting voices.  None of us ever have.

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

Ken Burch wrote:

NDPP wrote:

'Winter On Fire' Plays Hong Kong

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1166232291317866496

"This piece of regime-change agitprop white washed the Right Sector forces that converged into the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Before it was screened in Hong Kong, it was exported to Venezuela to inspire the right-wing guarimba rampage fueled by USAID/NED."

Canada supported all.

And it is utterly appalling that the Canadian government did that.  Nobody here is defending what the Canadian or US governments have done to dissenting voices.  None of us ever have.

Ken you are living a live of privilege afforded by the murderous NATO regime we live under. Your posts are beginning to sound like a white person whining that they are discriminated against too so why do only black lives matter. You and other progressives on social media platforms amplify the propaganda message of your rulers and in fact are useful tools of the oligarchs that are actually in the process of trying to establish planetary hegemony.

The greatest threat to humanity on all levels is NATO and this is there game of scream democracy while destabilizing governments until they fail. Why can't you see past your nose on this issue. I believe that the people of Hong Kong should have every right to protest but insisting that they have more rights than any protester in Canada or the US has i.e. the right to protest violently, is not something that makes any logical sense except as part of an ongoing Cold War mentality that demonizes China's system for being similar or better than the US response to protests in the street.

This is how we deal with protests all over NATO countries, especially if any of the real oligarchy is in town for meetings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqgQisIDpz8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywnWdM-8bVo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKB_04f5sKI

 

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

Here is an interesting piece that explains China's economy from a different perspective.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cw8SvK0E5dI&fbclid=IwAR3PUYe59EwL20NJ0j2...

NDPP

This is MUST WATCH. Richard Wolff is one of the few economists that can truthfully convey critical, difficult information and not only make it understandable to the average reader, but turn the conventional msm narrative we usually receive on China upside down where it belongs.  What a  difference from the prevailing Guardian-style garbage designed to elicit only animus and confusion.

WWWTT

Ok it’s a good link provided by kropotkin. Good simplified introduction, but missing a ton of stuff such as green energy focus shifts, atheism, adapting to wage gaps and probably another dozen things. 

I think this guy makes the point that the Chinese model is evolving, so perhaps he gets it and just wants to keep it simple?

Heres the big thing missing. Fact, China invented money. The oldest known coins are Chinese. China also invented paper money. So really, China has a history of leading humanity into its next steps of evolution. Or at the least, been a major part or had a major influence on modern (last few thousand years) history. 

This is a big part of why I believe that the evolving Chinese communist model will probably spread beyond China. 

 

NDPP

Failing Economy Forces Frustrated Hong Kong Youth To The Streets

https://youtu.be/QTOKzO3X9fA

"The youth, angry over the island's economic stagnation, were manipulated by anti-Beijing media tycoon Jimmy Lai..."

 

Who's Behind the Hong Kong Protests?

https://youtu.be/TrZvlhizKb0

"The protests in Hong Kong have entered their third month amid increasing violence. How did we get here?

NDPP

HK Protesters To Police: 'We Will Defy You Tomorrow!'

https://youtu.be/V6YWjHavt6A

"HK police have revoked permission for a march planned for the weekend as the protests continue. They intend to meet the protesters with 'a minimum level of force' if they go ahead with the demonstration..."

 

"Hong Kong activist leader Joshua Wong has been arrested by HKPD 2 hours ago. He was seen meeting with Julie Eadeh, a political officer at the US Consulate in HK. Wong was to appear in Congressional Executive Committee on China hearing in Washington in mid Sept."

https://twitter.com/CarlZha/status/1167248486896525312

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Wong has been released on bail; he will be charged with organizing an illegal protest. 

(As if the state, not people, decides who can and can't protest.) 

Joshua Wong Chi-fung, the secretary-general of pro-democracy party Demosisto, told the Hong Kong Standard that there was nothing sinister behind his recent meeting with Julie Eadeh, a political unit chief of the US consulate general in Hong Kong. Their rendezvous, which was caught on camera, was quickly seized upon by pro-Beijing media.

"I even went to Washington several times, so what's so special about meeting a US consul?" Wong told the Standard.

NDPP

Hong Kong Police Ban March, Joshua Wong Speaks Out

https://youtu.be/fFZrPEQuJ90

"Police arrested several activists who have been leading demonstrations in Hong Kong including one planned [and banned] to coincide with the five-year anniversary of the umbrella movement."

Try organizing foreign funded and supported mass protests in any major Canadian city over several months, shutting down traffic, airports, subways, beating up journalists and non-supporters, throwing bricks and mollys in pitched battles with the police, trashing public buildings, waving  Chinese flags, singing their anthem etc and see if you're not charged and/or refused a protest permit by your city government to continue your mayhem. 

NDPP

Bernie Sanders Slammed For Doing The Unthinkable - Praising China

https://youtu.be/RV_IR-EQVCk

"Bernie Sanders has come under fire for a remark about China..."

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

swallow wrote:

Wong has been released on bail; he will be charged with organizing an illegal protest. 

(As if the state, not people, decides who can and can't protest.)

In a real democracy you can just protest anytime anyplace you feel like and your government will not charge you with anything. Too bad that only exists in some fictional paradise.

Police slapped 288 demonstrators with fines of $637 for participating in an illegal demonstration in Montreal Saturday, while another four men and one woman, aged between 19-14 were arrested on a variety of charges, including armed assault on a police officer and mischief. 

The eighteenth annual anti-police brutality protest began at 3 p.m. Saturday at Chateaubriand and Jean Talon, but as organizers failed to provide an itinerary, the demonstration was declared illegal three minutes later and police briefly detained those assembled and handed out the fines and made the five arrests.

Municipal bylaw P-6, enacted during the 2012 student protests, requires demonstrators to provide police with an itinerary and route of a protest before it begins, a requirement that was not respected, police say.

 

https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/montreal-police-hand-out-288-fines-arrest-fi...

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As I think you know by now, kropotkin, I agree Canada cracks down on protests. No need to prove the point, I agee with it.

Indigenous peoples are of couse the msot oppressed when they protest in Canada. 

I still support the right to protest in Canada and elsewhere, even though Canada cracks down on it. I have been jailed for illegally protesting in Canada. I equally support the right of others in other countries to protest illegally. I would assume you do too. I am always reminded of Svend Robinson's brave illegal protest in China. (They threw him out of the country for it). It did not make Svend a tool of imperialism. 

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

I have been arrested for protesting in Canada and if I was to go back up to protest against Trans Mountain I would be sentenced to jail time. The real kicker is I would not be jailed for a Criminal Code offense but for for disobeying a Judge when he told me to leave a corporation alone to pollute the planet at the expense of my son's health and safety (he works as do thousands of others within a kilometer of the proposed tank farm expansion) and the local indigenous people's unceded rights. 

That is Canada's British based common law and the rule of law that people want for Hong Kong. I don't have the answers but I know that when I protest in Canada I don't bring a stick to beat the police with and if I do while wearing a black mask I expect to get chased by fully armed riot police intent on payback. I am just sick and tired of this idea that the Chinese government is more repressive in its treatment of violent protest than anywhere else. Hell its not like they are acting like the police in Thailand or Jakarta where there are body counts because both sides take their protesting seriously and neither claims it is merely a peaceful gathering. I hate my country's official hypocrisy especially when it comes with a serving of moral superiority so I cringe at Canadians using excessive language about anyone else's society.  We don't control our politicians in our "democracy" so why would anyone wish our system on them even if many of them think it is the road to paradise.

NDPP

Further to the 'protesters -  if they were in Canada instead of Hong Kong'. I know it's all the rage to revile the HK police and in truth I don't like police much no matter where they are, but in fairness, there's not many police forces that would put up with what HKPD has - and relentlessly over three months. Hardly Tiannaman Square.

 

Canada's Criminal Code provides a variety of limitations on political protest all with potentially broad implications. The Code prohibits unlawful assembly, obstructing highways, riots and causing a disturbance. There are also increased penalties for participating in a riot while disguised, such as when wearing a mask. Municipalities have laws that may also restrict political protest, such as the disruption of traffic or noise bylaws. The police have broad powers to control protests.

You have 'Charter rights' to 'freedom of peaceful assembly' or 'expression' but these Charter rights are not absolute nor is all 'expression' legal. Hate speech such as referring to mailand Chinese as insects is but one example. Not all assembly or association is legal. A Charter right may be curtailed by law when it is 'demonstrably justified in a democratic society'. The Charter does not protect violent forms of 'expression' such as can be seen in Hong Kong. Assaulting police with bricks, lasers or petrol bombs is illegal here and there. More info can be found below.

How to Legally Organize a Demonstration in Toronto

https://nowtoronto.com/news/reasonable-doubt-how-to-organize-a-demonstra...

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Sure, let's not demonize all police in Hong Kong. And let's not demonize all protesters, either. 

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

This is what is happening in Burnaby at the same time as the protests in Hong Kong. When I got arrested in front of the tank farm I received a $500 fine. In defense of the corporation, that us taxpayers own, the Judge has escalated the penalties for anyone daring to exercise their Charter Rights.  She peacefully obstructed a corporation's entrance way in defiance of the injunction. He has been very clear in court that if people keep protesting he will keep upping the jail time and fines until no one will protest.

An award-winning poet and associate professor at Emily Carr University is now tied for the longest jail sentence yet for someone protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project at a Burnaby site.

Rita Wong was sentenced to 28 days in jail by Justice Kenneth Affleck of B.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 16. The sentence followed Wong’s peaceful protest on Aug. 24, 2018 at Trans Mountain’s Westridge Marine Terminal. Protesters have previously received fines or jail sentences ranging from seven to 14 days. The other 28-day sentence was handed to David Gooderham.

https://www.burnabynow.com/news/this-poet-is-tied-for-longest-jail-sente...

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"But what about ... ?"

NDPP

"Rioters set fires near residential buildings and stores at one of the busiest areas in China's HK Special Administrative Region."

https://twitter.com/XHNews/status/1167808359761887233

 

WATCH: "Protesters are throwing objects onto the railway tracks of the Airport Express."

https://twitter.com/SCMPHongKong/status/1168086483237949440

 

"The HK insurrection has two main aims: An Armed Wing: Rioters with molotovs, petrol bombs, iron rods, barricades etc. A PR wing: Most of the media. Both are violent. One is violent with property, police and even civilians. The other is violent with the truth." [See this thread]

https://twitter.com/MaitreyaBhakal/status/1167902533970317313

Misfit Misfit's picture

 

kropotkin1951 wrote:

Ken Burch wrote:

NDPP wrote:

'Winter On Fire' Plays Hong Kong

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1166232291317866496

"This piece of regime-change agitprop white washed the Right Sector forces that converged into the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Before it was screened in Hong Kong, it was exported to Venezuela to inspire the right-wing guarimba rampage fueled by USAID/NED."

Canada supported all.

And it is utterly appalling that the Canadian government did that.  Nobody here is defending what the Canadian or US governments have done to dissenting voices.  None of us ever have.

Ken you are living a live of privilege afforded by the murderous NATO regime we live under. Your posts are beginning to sound like a white person whining that they are discriminated against too so why do only black lives matter. You and other progressives on social media platforms amplify the propaganda message of your rulers and in fact are useful tools of the oligarchs that are actually in the process of trying to establish planetary hegemony.

The greatest threat to humanity on all levels is NATO and this is there game of scream democracy while destabilizing governments until they fail. Why can't you see past your nose on this issue. I believe that the people of Hong Kong should have every right to protest but insisting that they have more rights than any protester in Canada or the US has i.e. the right to protest violently, is not something that makes any logical sense except as part of an ongoing Cold War mentality that demonizes China's system for being similar or better than the US response to protests in the street.

This is how we deal with protests all over NATO countries, especially if any of the real oligarchy is in town for meetings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqgQisIDpz8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywnWdM-8bVo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKB_04f5sKI

 

sometimes it is the undercover police who incite the violence in order to destabilize an otherwise peaceful protest so that the police can move in and arrest people and shut the demonstration down. Then the media focus is on how unruly and violent the protest was rather than the reason why the protestors were demonstrating in the first place.

 

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Babble: defending police tactics against protesters since 2019. 

Sad decline for a place founded in the sprit of the Quebec City FTAA protests. 

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

Misfit wrote:

sometimes it is the undercover police who incite the violence in order to destabilize an otherwise peaceful protest so that the police can move in and arrest people and shut the demonstration down. Then the media focus is on how unruly and violent the protest was rather than the reason why the protestors were demonstrating in the first place.

Indeed in Quebec City we know the Quebec police used agent provocateurs, of course there is a slim possibility that the rioters are all CP agents but I would think that is going to the opposite extreme of saying that all the protestors are dupes. There are a lot of violent protestors in Hong Kong and that is fine if you are having a revolution or an armed insurrection against a government. However it seems a little over the top when people deny that is the case and say they just want peaceful dialogue. As these protests get played out the only acceptable outcome will become regime change and most Canadians will cheer it one like they did in Syria and in Libya. To all the fans on this board of Responsibility to Protect how are the people doing in those countries after we protected them from their governments that provided free education and health care and other social services?

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

swallow wrote:

Babble: defending police tactics against protesters since 2019. 

Sad decline for a place founded in the sprit of the Quebec City FTAA protests. 

The majority on this board have always supported treating the black block with less than kid gloves. They have been vilified and cursed at by most social democrats and lefties here. In Quebec City the protests were against the globalization movement of our oligarchy that has brought austerity and poverty around the world. As far as I can see in Hong Kong the rioters are demanding to become part of the globalized zone under NATO dominated control. I guess I have a hard time seeing people in dire circumstances jumping from the frying pan into the fire as anything to cheer about.

NDPP

I  had a long coffee with an acquaintance born and raised in HK,  who did his university here and now travels on business between all three places. He says that many Hong Kongers have a definite superiority complex even 'racist attitude' towards mainlanders as a result of the long colonisation of China, during which Hong Kong was  the imperial bridgehead and an enthusiastic, complicit  beneficiary.

He says that Hong Kong now represents a declining locus of Chinese and foreign investment compared to other centers such as Shanghai and 'rents and living costs are sky-high.'  He has little time for the'Make Hong Kong Great Britain Again' / Union Jack/Stars & Stripes 'rebellion', says its support is exaggerated, many of the rioters and organizers are paid for participating  and agrees there are strong indications of US influence related to the ongoing trade war and a desire to 'make trouble for China'. He says the average Hong Konger is sick and tired of the disruptions and can't wait for school to start up again when it is hoped and expected most of the  'chaos and vandalism' will end.

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And what did his taxi driver say? 

voice of the damned

He says the average Hong Konger is sick and tired of the disruptions and can't wait for school to start up again when it is hoped and expected most of the  'chaos and vandalism' will end.

Ah, yes. The Silent Majority.

NDPP

US Meddling in Hong Kong's Protests And The New Cold War on China (podcast)

https://soundcloud.com/moderaterebels

Moderate Rebels podcast. Journalists Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton interview China analyst Carl Zha.

 

WATCH: "Reuters obtained Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam audio: 'I would resign if I could..' Chinese Government will not send in PLA..."

https://twitter.com/CarlZha/status/1168579700525948929

bekayne

voice of the damned wrote:

He says the average Hong Konger is sick and tired of the disruptions and can't wait for school to start up again when it is hoped and expected most of the  'chaos and vandalism' will end.

Ah, yes. The Silent Majority.

"Those were the days..."

NDPP

'Rule Britannia!'

https://twitter.com/MaxBlumenthal/status/1168243791599476736

HK Protesters gathered outside the British consulate on 9/1 to demand full British citizenship, waved Hong Kong colonial and UK flags and sang, ['Britons never, never, never shall be slaves.']

What a big mess. Rule Britannia meets Pepe the Frog.  Another goofy and confused western backed colour-revolution. Another bad movie...

 

Steve Bannon's Behind Movie Based on Huawei Executive's Arrest in Canada

https://globalnews.ca/news/5827272/steve-bannon-huawei-canada-china/

"Canada plays a starring role in a soon-to-be released film aimed at exposing China's bid for world domination through technology - produced by one-time Trump strategist Steve Bannon. The film is to be released next month by New Tang Dynasty Television, part of the Epoch Media Group that is closely associated with the Falun Gong spiritual movement and includes the pro-Trump and vehemently anti-Beijing newspaper, The Epoch Times. The film features a Canadian cast, including Eric Peterson of Street Legal and Corner Gas fame.

'Run by a radical cadre of the Chinese Communist Party, Communism today is the greatest existential threat the West has ever faced,' Bannon says. 'Huawei, the technology and telecommunications arm of the CCP and the People's Liberation Army, is the greatest national security threat we have ever faced, as it is already in the process of a global tech domination via 5G and 6G. Bannon told Bloomberg earlier this month that he hopes the film will be screened for Trump at the White House."

If all the msm bs you've swallowed on China has brought  you to a place where you now find yourself on the same side as Bannon, perhaps it's time to give your head a good shake and reassess the situation.

 

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