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Hong Kong Protests Continue. Protesters Clashed With Mysterious ‘Masked Men’


Hong Kong Protests Continue. Protesters Clashed With Mysterious 'Masked Men'

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Over the July 19th-21st weekend protests in Hong Kong continued for the 4th straight week.

On July 21st, a mob of masked “pro-Government mobsters,” wearing white shirts were attacking people wearing black – which was the color of the protests, which MSM calls “pro-democracy.”

Incidents in which masked men attacked protesters took place on the platform and inside train carriages at Yuen Long MTR station, in the north of the city — an about an hour from where the day’s protest had taken place.

Forty-five people were hospitalized following the violence in Yuen Long, with one person in critical condition, according to Hong Kong’s Information Services Department.

The incident has raised fears that organized crime gangs, who are known to operate in the outer areas of the city, are becoming involved in the political crisis.

Prior to the incident with the masked thugs attacking protesters, the Hong Kong police was in position, and there appeared to be no clashes.

Protesters, however, managed to outmaneuver police and storm the Liaison office – which represents Beijing.

Police ordered protesters to follow a shorter route than normal, but the designated finish line was widely ignored as crowds headed towards the Liaison Office — the department that represents China’s central government.

Thousands of masked demonstrators then seized the road outside the imposing skyscraper, erected barricades and began targeting the building with eggs, projectiles, laser lights and graffiti.

In response, police fired tear gas in the latest confrontation.

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government issued a statement condemning the actions of some “radical protesters” for vandalizing the Liaison office.

The HKSAR government strongly condemns the protesters who blatantly challenged the national sovereignty by maliciously besieging and storming the liaison office’s building as well as defacing the national emblem, the spokesperson said.

“The HKSAR government will deal with these acts in a serious manner in accordance with the law,” the spokesperson said. The HKSAR government has always respected the public’s expression of their aspirations peacefully, the spokesperson added.

“However, a series of incidents occurred recently, including the recurrence of illegal protests after peaceful processions, charging police cordon lines, besieging the Police Headquarters and blocking roads. The police also found illegal storage of dangerous goods and a large number of offensive weapons,” the spokesperson said.

The HKSAR government is concerned that a small number of radicals incited the masses in an organized manner, challenged the rule of law, and even stormed the liaison office of the central government.

“Such acts threaten the law and order in the SAR and ‘one country, two systems’. It is totally unacceptable to the society,” the spokesperson added.

In the weeks hundreds have been injured and arrested. The death count stands at 4, all ruled suicides.

The first person committed suicide on 15 June, when 35-year-old Marco Leung Ling-kit climbed the elevated podium on the rooftop of Pacific Place, a shopping mall in Admiralty. Wearing a yellow raincoat with the words “Brutal police are cold-blooded” and “Carrie Lam is killing Hong Kong” in Chinese written on the back, he hung a banner on the scaffolding with several anti-extradition slogans. After a five-hour standoff, during which police officers and Democratic Party legislator Kwong Chun-yu attempted to talk him down, Leung fell to his death on the pavement below, missing an inflatable cushion set up by firefighters.

Hong Kong Protests Continue. Protesters Clashed With Mysterious 'Masked Men'

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Lo Hiu-yan, a 21-year-old Education University of Hong Kong student, committed suicide June 29th and jumped from the Ka Fuk Housing Estate in Fanling.

On June 30th a third democracy activist died, when 29-year-old notary office clerk Zita Wu jumped from the International Financial Centre.

On July 4th, Ms. Mak, a 28-year-old female, committed suicide by jumping off a building in Cheung Sha Wan.




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  • FlorianGeyer

    This is what happens when the Identity Politics ‘Democratic Circus’ funded by Khazar globalists comes to your neighborhood.

    • goingbrokes

      Well said!

    • Hasbara Hunter

      Exactly…and always a good reason to pick up arms if Governments try to Control their population in such a manner….Europe is doing this Electronically & Digitally by the way….24/7 surveillance on all fronts…Remember Catalunya


      So nice to spend my time in the Lion’s Den….

      • FlorianGeyer

        This why the EU regimes lust for a European Army.
        Foreign troops deployed to another country will have little empathy with the civilians they are ordered to suppress and will be much harsher because of that.

        • Hasbara Hunter

          Any Yangeese, Brit, Frog or WTF entering Holland as a Soldier Shooting at my Peoples, I will consider him my Enemy…and will treat him Accordingly…come in peace and I’ll shake your hand…Reap what you Sow… The European Union is a Dictatorship at the moment….but that can change very rapidly….

          • FlorianGeyer

            We certainly need to see a change of the elite. They will not need their fortunes where they are going :)

          • Hasbara Hunter

            Their Fortunes belong to the Peoples…Great Britain (read the Royal British Elites) have Stolen something like £ (43 Trillion Pound Sterling From India) & 16.66% of the Earth’s Landmass…. Perhaps the time has come to settle the score a little bit? If the Seized Assets of the Convicted Elites are spread Globally with everyone His or her fare share….would be good for starters I guess…

          • FlorianGeyer

            The allocation of the elite fortunes may be better as a form of universal income rights, rather than large lump sums, as a flood of spending money would stoke inflation, I think. In addition to that, lump sums would be pissed up the wall by many.

          • Hasbara Hunter

            You are absolutely right…but to do that properly you need a GOOD GOVERNMENT….see the problem? First of all you have to get rid of the OL’ BAD GOVERNMENT…and everything that comes with it…

          • FlorianGeyer

            I agree that finding administrators that are not corruptible is a massive problem. There must be a solution though, and artificial intelligence could be part of that. Tracking the global traffic of administrators money would be vital, as fraudsters love to Flash the Cash.

            That’s a project for Al to work out, I think :)

          • goingbrokes

            The whole monetary system is a giant scam supporting the elites. And socialist bs theories have poisoned many peoples’ minds about economy to a point where clear thought is impossible. We need a completely rethought system of exchange.

          • FlorianGeyer

            I agree, and although ‘global connectivity’ would be a pivotal part of a new exchange system, the achilles heal is currently the network that enables ‘global connectivity. Disable or destroy the ‘connectivity’ records and all data could be lost for ever .

          • goingbrokes

            Yep. I don’t have any answers yet, but I am hopeful that Internet 2.0 may change a few things for the best.

          • Icarus Tanović

            Only from India? Wow, buddy, that´s pretty sizable amount for tiny UK. And counting.
            While, seem that you excluded other British territories…

          • Hasbara Hunter

            Yeah I did…tried to keep it simple….£ is already a lot of money….it would be nice if they started paying back an amount like that….once that is paid off we can take a look at some other stuff…was the idea…

          • Criticalthinker101
    • occupybacon

      You mean Deripaska

  • cliff

    classic political tools, don’t law enforcement involved in dirty works just hired the gangs to do it. organize crimes love to put fear in sheeps.

  • Lazy Gamer

    Both sides are invested in hurting the protesters, even fellow protesters. BUT! Given that the police responded late, and refuses to investigate, it is safe to conclude whose goons these are. lol

  • occupybacon

    Mysterious masked men brought from Donbas

    • Hasbara Hunter

      Piss off Filthy Parasite…you are the worst kind of ZioNazi-Vermin..where’s your brother the “Critical Thinker”?

  • hvaiallverden

    Yup, in HK they are freedom looving protesters with of course with an reason, but the Catalans, where just thugs, huu…. acording of course by our MSM, and even some eh…. alt sites managed to expose them self, one of the few posotive fall outs from their fight against the ZioNazi bitches in Madrid.

    Yeah, some even claimed Sore-ass was founding the entrie show ( saker was one of them, of course its based up on ignorance, since Catalonia is older than Spain), but to then drool something about NK, witch is Chines, by all means, they suddenly go full idiot, to me, anyone of this so called rioters are more or less Color revolutionaries, witch means they are foreign backed and should be dragged out and Impaled infront of the British/UssA embasys, and with an note saying, here you have your rats.
    I agree, since this isnt the big mouthed Wankees, the Chines is doing the right thing, beat the shait our of this traitores, no mercy, and beat them to they tell you whom is behind this, we all know that, but you need profs of more spesific nature, but never the less, beat em, hunt them down, and hang em high if they indeed are traitores.

    I dont belive an single word of whatever our western ZioNazi controled MSM says this days, nothing is true, everything is lies.


  • Icarus Tanović

    This situation in HK is all being staged, all can see that. They want HK back, and to make Taiwan from it. Some country named “Taiwan”. The democracy all over the place.