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    Posted: 04 Nov 2019 at 5:30pm
Well the freedom loving peaceful protests are still going well I see.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/politician-s-ear-bitten-off-during-hong-kong-knife-attack


Politician's ear 'bitten off' during Hong Kong knife attack

A bloody knife fight in Hong Kong left six people wounded, including a local pro-democracy politician who had his ear bitten off, capping another chaotic day of political unrest in the city.

Flashmob rallies erupted inside multiple shopping centers across the international finance hub over the afternoon, sparking frequent clashes with riot police.

The violence was less sustained than Saturday when police and protesters fought hours of cat and mouse battles after thousands took the streets for an unsanctioned march.

But the day ended with a brutal fight taking place outside a shopping mall in Tai Koo Shing, a middle-class neighbourhood on the main island where protesters had gathered for much of the afternoon.


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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I think there is a politically incorrect American Indian joke in there somewhere maxie.

YES PT -- i do recall that link ,    went something like =   

Chief Sitting Bull had his ear to the ground when the cavalry arrived ...

    The Boss asked Sitting Bull if he had anything to report, he replied

" Two wagons , Indians with eight horses at the gallop heading South.

   AMAZING Cheif Sitting Bull, he replied , that you can hear such activity by putting your ear to the ground.

Sitting Bull said ---   Hear, b Fkd,     They just galloped across my head.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

What is the air quality like in Hong Kong with all the looting and burning of buildings and cars and smoke bombs the peace loving anarchists are lighting and setting off?

Yep, plenty of violence PT. 
Thats what Communism does.
Divide and conquer.

Hong Kongers too smart for that garbage.
The Chinese Communist Police are trying to take on an entire nation. LOL.

Unbelievably brave the Hong Kongers. Extraordinary what they are fighting.

China just laughing at it all. Total scumbags.
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What is the air quality like in Hong Kong with all the looting and burning of buildings and cars and smoke bombs the peace loving anarchists are lighting and setting off?
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You know you have lost the plot PT when you think China has clean air. What factories??
Their propaganda machine is working a treat on you.
I dont subscribe to Communist Monthly magazine.
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I think there is a politically incorrect American Indian joke in there somewhere maxie.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

There are a multitude reasons ''musicians and entertainers'' noses bleed Redemption. Blaming the air is one of the weaker arguments to explain it though (sniff).

    Noses will bleed if you put your head across a Railway line , I've been told by reliable authority.

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There are a multitude reasons ''musicians and entertainers'' noses bleed Redemption. Blaming the air is one of the weaker arguments to explain it though (sniff).
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

My sister was in Beijing only 2 months ago and she said the thing that struck them on their almost full country trip was how clean the whole country was and the air was perfectly fine.

Maybe she is lying to cover up for the Chinese govt though.

LOL,  friend of mine is currently doing gigs as a solo artist in Beijing, just doing the cruisey bars, been doing it for 8 months now.
Not only has her nose been bleeding during the day, but noted many people in the city were bleeding too.
maybe your commie contacts bleed the red flag and just blend in, hard to notice?
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

My sister was in Beijing only 2 months ago and she said the thing that struck them on their almost full country trip was how clean the whole country was and the air was perfectly fine.

Maybe she is lying to cover up for the Chinese govt though.


Does she have an hereditary problem PT .   ( I'm joking PT )

I would never doubt your handling of facts =    
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During a phone call with Xi on June 18, Trump raised Biden's political prospects as well as those of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who by then had started rising in the polls, according to two people familiar with the discussion. In that call, Trump also told Xi he would remain quiet on Hong Kong protests as trade talks progressed.
The White House record of that call was later stored in the highly secured electronic system used to house a now-infamous phone call with Ukraine's President and which helped spark a whistleblower complaint that's led Democrats to open an impeachment inquiry into Trump.
Asked earlier this week about Trump's call with Xi, the White House did not deny that he raised Biden.
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My sister was in Beijing only 2 months ago and she said the thing that struck them on their almost full country trip was how clean the whole country was and the air was perfectly fine.

Maybe she is lying to cover up for the Chinese govt though.
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How good is China traveling?
If you think walking around Beijing with a blood nose because of the atrocious pollution is "good traveling", then sure, they are going great guns.


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According to Donald. Good one maxie. LOLLOLLOL
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China isn't travelling as well as most think ...    According to Donald , worst in over 50 years.

   Play with fire & we know the answer.

Japan may unleash on Kimmy sooner than we think and it will be a slaughter house .    .   The world is starting to look like 1938.
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China should care that the world is watching them.
If they plan on slaughtering Hong Kongers, as though its a medieval ritual, its game on.
Commie China is on the verge of receiving unimaginable international backlash and condemnation.

Above all, younger generations are witnessing the true filth that is,,,,, COMMUNISM.
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Originally posted by oneonesit oneonesit wrote:

That's how Greta sees things - & shes getting the Nobel Peace Prize

Errr, she is actually around 15, her zeal can be excused or at least understood
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but, but, but ... Albo wants China as our military allie ... 

Gee, them ALP types sure do have a yen for that lovely Chinese money!!!

It really is the Year of the Pig!


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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That's how Greta sees things - & shes getting the Nobel Peace Prize
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The world is watching you filthy evil scum Commie China. The world is watching.


you see things in black and white, are you 15 years old Embarrassed
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China couldn't care less what the world thinks whilst their importance as a trade partner is at an all time high (that's a guess before one of you learned lot jump on me LOL)
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The world is watching you filthy evil scum Commie China. The world is watching.
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Hong Kong media has reported the cancellation of Wednesday night’s Happy Valley meeting due to safety concerns surrounding possible protests in the area.

Hong Kong has been the scene of violent clashes between protestors at the China-backed authorities in recent months and the South China Morning Post has reported the protests have caused the cancellation of the races.

“The Wednesday night card at the city track is off due to fears protesters could compromise the well-being of staff, customers and horses,” the South China Morning Post homepage stated.

The SCMP reported protestors have turned their attention to the Hong Kong Jockey Club because pro-China politician Junius Ho is a part-owner of a horse at the meeting.

“Our concerns are tied to potential social unrest in the vicinity tonight, the very real threat of a disturbance or possible violence at Happy Valley racecourse, and uncertainty regarding transportation in and around Happy Valley and Causeway Bay for racegoers, jockeys and employees and horses entering or leaving the racecourse throughout the evening,” a Jockey Club spokesperson told the newspaper.

“This is a very difficult and most unfortunate decision to make, but public safety is of paramount importance to the club.

"We hope the racing community and the Hong Kong public will understand our reasons for doing so.”

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Who watched 4 Corners about fake news.
Thank goodness for society up loads of vision otherwise the world would never know the real truth.

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Interesting that it's trendy to say the HK protests are a bad thing.
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Yep, this is what happens when Commies attack.  Divide and conquer. Good ole commie rule.
Hong Kongers left to fight for themselves, with sticks and stones.
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''Peaceful'' protesters throwing petrol bombs and bricks. 

This is going well. Thumbs Up

Police in Hong Kong have used water cannon and tear gas against protesters throwing petrol bombs and bricks near government offices in the city.

The violence broke out after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators marched in defiance of a police ban.

Earlier hundreds rallied outside the British Consulate, demanding the UK press China to maintain freedoms guaranteed during the 1997 handover.

Months of unrest were sparked by a now-scrapped extradition bill.

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How Hong Kong's protest movement is forging solidarity with Australia's Uyghurs and Tibetans

On a sunny street in the heart of Melbourne, a Uyghur woman wearing a hijab converses with a Vietnamese man dressed in bright red-and-yellow-striped bandana.

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  • Uyghurs, Tibetans and others are uniting in solidarity with Hong Kong
  • The say the Chinese Communist Party is repeating patterns of oppression
  • But pro-Beijing protesters say Hong Kong is "none of their business"

On the surface they might not have much in common, but recent events have given them a common cause — solidarity with Hong Kong protesters.

Hong Kong's long months of increasingly violent protests have galvanised disparate groups in Australia, many of whom have embittered histories with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

They see parallels between China's treatment of Tibet, its internment of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, its "aggression" in the South China Sea, and the crisis of democracy unfolding in Hong Kong.But such solidarity, like that expressed at protests in recent weeks, is not without its sceptics.

With so many overlapping voices, some Hongkongers in Australia are resistant to muddying their five demands or having their cause hijacked by other interests.

However others say creating space for divergent views lies at the heart of Hong Kong's fight for democracy.

Someone has to speak out'

Uyghur Muslim Alim Osman said Hong Kong's plight resonates with the Uyghur community's experience — he saw parallels in China's annexation of "autonomous regions" in Xinjiang in 1949, and Tibet in 1950.

"Now they're doing it to Hong Kong," he said.

China is accused of interning up to a million Uyghurs in what Muslims call "concentration camps", but China says they are "boarding schools" that are necessary to counter terrorism."For our community it is a big risk … a lot of people are scared if they come out in public and speak out, their families and friends back home might get retaliation from the Chinese Communist Party," he said.

"I'm worried about that, but someone has to speak out."He said the solidarity went both ways — at a Uyghur event in July, many Hongkongers attended and supported them, he said.

At the same time, Mr Osman, who is the president of the Uyghur Association of Victoria, notes the nature of China's treatment of Uyghurs takes on a religious and ethnic character that is fundamentally distinct from Hong Kong's existential battle.

"The people of Hong Kong want freedom and democracy, their political rights. In our case, we are persecuted because of our religion … already we have no rights," he said.

Uyghur woman Zahira Teliwaldy said scuffles that broke out between pro-Beijing and pro-Hong Kong protesters at the University of Queensland "shook" her.he time for tunnel vision on her own group's trauma was over, she said.

"That's what we did in the past, but its too late," she said.

Today's Hong Kong is 'tomorrow's Tibet'Tibetan activist Tenzin Khangsar said the Chinese Government came into Tibet "in the name of peace and prosperity", but ultimately occupied the region with guns and tanks.

"What is happening in Hong Kong, this is what happened to Tibet," he said.

"Tibetans are living under fear. And every time Tibet protests and asks for freedom, they are put into prison and tortured and disappeared … Tibetans are burning themselves alive."

He said he felt "the same pain" and saw common cause with the Uyghurs, Vietnamese, Taiwanese and Hongkongers.

"You need to stand strong, we need to fight for your freedom. If you don't stand today, it will become like Tibet tomorrow."But he stressed Tibetans were a peaceful people, as pro-Beijing onlookers chanted "liar".

"We are not against the Chinese people. We are against the communist regime's hard-line policy," he said.

"I can see that Chinese people are brainwashed. They are innocent too."

From Vietnam to Falun GongAmong those most vocal are the Vietnamese diaspora, who chanted: "The only good communist is a dead communist"Vietnamese Community in Australia president Bon Nguyen said he wouldn't be surprised if this sentiment resonated with other victims of communist regimes.

"Of course I don't wish anyone dead … but I do wish for the regime to die, to give birth to democracy."

Mr Nguygen remembers as an 11-year-old boy being bundled onto a crowded boat, without his parents, to escape the communist north.

"We ran away from the regime, we came to Australia and we enjoy the freedom that we have here today," he said.

"We can't be too blasé about it."He said he valued being able to protest in public, saying that in China or Vietnam people would be wrested from their families, arbitrarily detained and abused by authorities.

He said he felt a particular affinity with the Tibetan people and for the Falun Gong — a spiritual group that accuses Chinese officials of arbitrarily arresting practitioners and harvesting their organs, a claim China has repeatedly denied.

'Now they know what refugees are'Hongkonger Zion Lo has been in Australia since he was 10 years old, and said there was a mixed reaction to the show of support from other groups.

"We understand they are standing in solidarity with Hong Kong, but at the same time Hong Kong people are quite traumatised," he said.

"They do need a bit of time to to build that trust and relationship with different communities in order to stand together."Mr Lo said he appreciated their support but said there were some concerns expressed online that the fiercely outspoken groups might be pushing for fully-fledged independence, when many Hongkongers advocated pro-democracy, and simply wanted the "one country, two systems" framework to be respected.

"But we are living in a democratic society. We expect people have their different opinions to be expressed … we respect that," he said.

As a social worker, he said he had worked closely with asylum seekers, and that he understood what many of the different communities had gone through to be recognised as refugees in Australia.

"I believe not all Hong Kong people have gone through that. A lot of Hong Kong people have their own pride," he said.

"They would never imagine that we have come to this stage where now people are seeking refuge from Germany because they are trying to flee Hong Kong.

"Now they know what refugees are."

He said there was a pattern of escalation that could be traced between the different groups — protesters in Hong Kong have been framed as rioters and later as "terrorists", not unlike how Tibetans, Uyghurs and the Falun Gong were painted as religious extremists, he said.

We have heard it, we have seen it, and now we are going through that," Mr Lo said.

"We are going through their past … It's our time in the history now."

'It's none of their business'Chinese national Charlie Liu has been studying design in Australia for three years, and said it was "hilarious" to see Tibetan and Uyghur groups taking part in Hong Kong pro-democracy events."It's none of their business, but if they're here, they have their own reasons. Maybe they want to add more arguments to their [cause]," he said.

"The main idea in China, of these events, is that they are naughty children," he said, likening the protesters to six-year-olds who had broken their favourite toy, and saying that China was preventing terrorism.

"People always say freedom and democracy is the only path to a modern country, but it's not always right," he said.

"It's not that China is invading Australia, which I think is stupid, because investment is not invading … If investments are invading, the whole world is invaded."

Susan Zhang became distressed by the anti-China sentiment at the rally, and began yelling: "I love China! China is my mother!"he said allegations that Falun Gong members were tortured were "fake".

"My mother, my sister and my friends were all Falun Gong practitioners," she said.

"When China ruled it as an illegal anti-government organisation, they all stopped practising and they were all fine."

"If the Australian Government says something is illegal, you shouldn't do it. Otherwise the police will take you away and put you in prison. There is no doubt about that."

She said some of the protesters were "anti-China" and criticised them for "interfering in our country's internal affairs".

"Every country in the world knows there is only one China. Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau are all parts of China," she said.

"Their event makes me feel sick."

The Chinese embassy in Australia and consulate in Melbourne were approached for comment but did not respond by deadlinehttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-07/hong-kong-solidarity-in-australia-with-uyghurs-tibetans-diaspora/11420386

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