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HK administration will back down after consulting with Beijing because Beijing didn't ask for this and they are very patient, knowing they take full control soon anyway(2047)
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No human rights with you is there pt.

HK admin is chinese installed anyway.

Will there be a blood bath pt?

And then incarceration like the Uighur's?
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I just said I believe China are not interested at this time.

What happens to HK in 2047?
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Delightful pt. Will this be the fate of the Hong Kongers?

China is harvesting organs from Falun Gong prisoners in potential genocide, tribunal says

China is murdering members of the Falun Gong spiritual group and harvesting their organs for transplant, a panel of lawyers and experts said as they invited further investigations into a potential genocide.

Key points:

  • The China Tribunal found crimes against humanity were committed against Falun Gong and Uyghurs
  • Falun Gong is a spiritual group based on meditation that China banned 20 years ago
  • Beijing has repeatedly denied accusations that it forcibly takes organs from prisoners of conscience

Members said they had heard clear evidence forced organ harvesting had taken place over at least 20 years in a final judgement from the China Tribunal, an independent panel set up to examine the issue.

Beijing has repeatedly denied accusations by human rights researchers and scholars that it forcibly takes organs from prisoners of conscience and said it stopped using organs from executed prisoners in 2015.

But the panel said it was "satisfied" that the practice was still taking place, with imprisoned Falun Gong members "probably the principal source" of organs for forced harvesting.https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-18/china-harvesting-organs-from-falun-gong-prisoners,-tribunal-says/11219144

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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I just said I believe China are not interested at this time.

What happens to HK in 2047?


Teflon pt.

How many Tienanmen squares do you think the Hong Kongers will endure?
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What is the answer Isaac?
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Why is china so defensive pt?

And why are you defensive of china?
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I think you know Isaac. Wink
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Nice of you to pump up his China thread PT, it was languishing Wink
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It was being totally neglected Whale. Isaac has been a major disappointment.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I think you know Isaac. Wink

Put YOUR  thoughts down pt.
 
Or is it too hard to defend?

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You got me Isaac. Embarrassed
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I think you know Isaac. Wink

Put YOUR  thoughts down pt.
 
Or is it too hard to defend?


Interesting, he knows how to use the caps lock but doesn't have and basic courtesy to address you as PT Confused
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I think Chinese are more courteous Smile
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The inscrutable Isaac.
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Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

I think Chinese are more courteous Smile

only when there is something in it for them.
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How is your spin on this pt?
your avoidance is stunning. Read the comments and the chosen are able to avoid the censorship. Arnt they lucky they "live" in Australia.


Australia turned blind eye to deeply offensive threat from China

What is it that terrifies the people of Hong Kong about the Chinese Communist Party that eludes so many pliant Australian academics, business leaders and ex-politicians?

In the same breath, some local cognoscenti lament the Australian government’s weakness in barely mentioning the troubles in the Chinese territory before returning to their rote gripe that Canberra’s national security establishment is too hawkish.https://www.watoday.com.au/world/asia/australia-turned-blind-eye-to-deeply-offensive-threat-from-china-20190618-p51ytn.html

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Is that the LNP govt Isaac? 

Any Labor angle there?
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Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit North Korea from June 20 to 21
Visit will represent first by a PRC leader to DPRK in over ten years

Oliver Hotham 

June 17th, 2019

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit North Korea at the end of this week, Chinese state media confirmed on Monday.

The news, announced by Hu Zhaoming, a spokesperson for the International Department of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) Central Committee, will see the Chinese leader spend two days in the DPRK, from June 20-21.

North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) also confirmed the visit late Monday.

It will represent the first by a Chinese leader since then-leader Hu Jintao visited in 2005. Xi, too, traveled to the DPRK in his then-capacity as Vice President of China in 2008.

Xi’s visit, which comes on the invitation of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, comes two months after rumors emerged that a trip to the DPRK by the Chinese leader was imminent.

Those rumors were fueled in part by early preparations for the country’s “Mass Games” propaganda event in early April.

Last year’s version of that event included a depiction of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a performance attended by a group of high-profile Chinese actors and musicians.

Should Xi meet Kim, the talks would mark the fifth summit between the two leaders and the second this year, following a Sino-DPRK summit in Beijing in January.

The Chinese President was first reported by North Korean state media to have accepted Kim’s invitation to visit the DPRK following a summit between the two leaders in March last year. 

He was then reported to have reiterated those comments in January, though those remarks were not re-reported by Chinese state media.

The timing of the upcoming Sino-DPRK summit is notable, coming amid a now-months-long impasse in nuclear negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea.

“It can be read as a sign of growing Chinese impatience with the status quo on sanctions, and/or perhaps a sign that economic support for Pyongyang may be set to increase,” said Peter Ward, a writer and researcher focused on the North Korean economy.

“Perhaps Beijing is considering a new approach to North Korean diplomacy because of the deepening trade war with the United States,” he added. “We shall have to see.”

Xi’s trip will also come ahead of a meeting of the G20 in Osaka on June 28–29, after which U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to visit South Korea for a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

A performance of North Korea’s Mass Games last year paid tribute to the Chinese leader | Photo: NK News

The visit also follows reports of a major boom in Chinese tourism to the North, with local sources having told NK News last week that local authorities had been forced to place a 1000-a-day cap on visitors entering the country amid a surge in demand.

Gergo Vaczi, Tour Manager with Koryo Tours, told NK News that Pyongyang was already “crazy busy preparing for the Xi Jinping visit,” which he said had been an “open secret” for the last few days.

These preparations, he added, included “roadworks from Sunan [International Airport] to Pyongyang, schoolchildren all the way weeding and painting the trees, the facades of the buildings being repainted, the Friendship tower is under renovation.”

Chinese staff at the country’s embassy in the DPRK, he said, were seen headed to Pyongyang’s Sunan International Airport on Friday in order to fly home.

Meanwhile, Air China notably used wide-body Airbus A330 aircraft on the Beijing-Pyongyang flight for the last three round-trips, in a further sign of preparations already underway for the high-profile visit.

The PRC-state airline usually uses much smaller Boeing 737s on this route, suggesting the A330 aircraft type could have been deployed for trial flights or to deploy diplomatic personnel to Pyongyang ahead of the summit.

Chad O’Carroll, Colin Zwirko, and Dagyum Ji contributed reporting

Featured image: KCNA

http://www.nknews.org/2019/06/chinese-president-xi-jinping-to-visit-north-korea-from-june-20-to-21/

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Geez Isaac I remember the HK handover ceremony like it was last week. Concerns that the 50 year one country two systems policy was argued was so far away it wasn't worth being concerned about, and by then China may have become so Westernized that a transition to Chinese rule would be smooth and without much consequence. 

We are now half way to that 50 year target and there is no integration of systems.

HK will return to China and like a hard Brexit, it will be a hard return with a lot of pain. The HK population better get used to the idea or make other plans. 

Simple reality, not ideology Isaac.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Sure thanks. Thumbs Up

China today is different to China just a few years ago. Their belt and road project extends throughout Europe who with 600 million people and high GDP they are the biggest part of the trade pact. Relations with and cultural concessions with European countries is just part and parcel of their project I believe.

Same in Africa, which is another huge potential market, they are having cultural hurdles there and are actually engaging Indian and Japanese companies to joint ventures because of their longer exposure to Africa. 

They are going out of their way to make this work with a charm offensive as well as lots of cash in the form of infrastructure investment low interest loans
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Yes, pretty obviously that is what is happening. Your point? 
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LOL I notice the Yank sailors are getting a much warmer welcome than the Chinese did last week.  LOL  Wonder why that is Wink
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In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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