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Thread: Hundreds of thousands march in Hong Kong to protest China extradition bill

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    Default Re: Hundreds of thousands march in Hong Kong to protest China extradition bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Legio_Italica View Post
    The people of Hong Kong (and Taiwan) continue the fight alone against communist tyranny, defying the Politburo’s manufactured display of strength and unity on the anniversary of the communist conquest of China. It’s inspiring to see that, despite all its wealth, power, and external bellicosity, the one thing Red China fears most is its own people. It’s tragic to think that if the West continues to put money over principles by tiptoeing around the Politburo, no amount of military might will save China’s neighbors from communist takeover. Hopefully the people of Hong Kong, who have long been educated and accustomed to democratic norms, will not be ground to dust by authoritarian force.
    Eh, if they are really interested in fighting, they would have sought independence economically and socially. Instead they heavily rely on mainland for everything, and even increased dependence significantly after 97.

    Best option is to move to UK while they still can.

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    Default Re: Protests in Hong Kong

    Protest groups say 800,000 people participated in pro-democracy demonstrations Sunday, the latest in a series of anti-government protests that began in June.

    Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday in one of the biggest displays of public protest the semi-autonomous territory has seen in months.
    The courage, grit, and determination of these people never ceases to amaze me. May these brave souls forever raise their fists against the forces of communist tyranny, until the shackles of the Politburo are at last broken forever. Long live Hong Kong, free and independent.

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