Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Plenty of things have happened in Hong Kong since the last time I checked.
On Nov 10, Hong Kong protesters doused a man with flammable liquid
and set him on fire.
On November 13, Hong Kong protesters swarmed a 70 year old man and killed him.
On Nov 18 (yesterday), a Hong Kong journalist tried to wrest a captured protester from the hands of the riot police. Even the journalists are corrupt.
Protesters set up mobile petrol bomb depots on the street where protesters could go and pick up petrol bombs. The umbrellas were there to hide their actions.
Men women and children were trying to clean up the mess left behind by the protesters when the protesters attacked them with bricks,
I did not link to these tweets directly, but you can still view them on Twitter.
Tomorrow, Senator Marco Rubio and Senator Ben Cardin will put a vote to congress on a bill condemning the Chinese government for human rights violations in HK, and the bill will put the US/China trade status into yearly reviews. The bill seeks to sanction Chinese government officials.
But if we look at the videos above, it’s obvious that both the Hong Kong government and the Chinese government have so far taken a hands off approach with the battle against protesters, and no one doubts that the protesters are guilty of mayhem and savagery.
I’m quite sure that even Chinese government officials, as far off as they are from US shores, are aware that Marco Rubio is perceived as a moron politically.
Will China laugh it off knowing that sanctions will backfire on the US? Or will China decide that they’ve gathered enough incriminating footage on protesters to finally justify dropping the hammer on Hong Kong?
The “student protesters” back in Tiannanmen were also guilty of setting soldiers on fire, and numerous other atrocitites. But that was back then, and this is now.
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