Carrie confirm Puppet of Fatty Xi. When asked when will she die, she just ran away!
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Carrie is a Puppet of Fatty Xi. When asked when will she die, she just ran away!






When Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam appeared before the press on Tuesday (Aug 13), she appeared to be expecting to deliver a brief statement and move on. Instead she faced a media onslaught.

No sooner were her prepared remarks finished than the full-frontal assault - in both Cantonese and English - began.

"You blame your own political misjudgment on others, and refuse to acknowledge your mistakes," one journalist said.

"When will you accept political responsibility to end citizens' fear?... When will you be willing to step down? When will you tell the police to stop?" the reporter from Hong Kong's public broadcaster RTHK asked.

Before Mrs Lam could respond, the reporter added an admonition: "You asked me in the past to take my job seriously, so please answer me seriously as well."

The embattled Beijing-backed leader began to reply but more questions were shouted.

"Citizens are afraid of you and the police, can you answer the question?"

The combative press conference was an indication of the rising tensions in the city after a weekend of violence that left dozens of people with injuries, some of them serious.

Under the "One country, two systems" principle, the media in Hong Kong enjoys freedoms unheard of in mainland China. A broad spectrum of political leanings are represented, from feisty independent elements to strongly pro-Beijing outlets.

Mrs Lam at times appeared caught off-guard by the intensity of the questioning, with reporters repeatedly interrupting her and accusing her of failing to respond.

"Please don't interrupt," an official pleaded as reporters shouted over Mrs Lam.

At one point she paused, looked down, and then looked up again at reporters with her eyebrows raised as they continued to fire questions at her.

At other moments, she sipped from a glass of water as the barrage of questions continued.

In her opening remarks she called for calm.

"I again ask everyone to put aside your differences and calm down," said Mrs Lam, who appeared to be on the verge of tears at one point.

"Take a minute to think, look at our city, our home, do you all really want to see it pushed into an abyss?" Mrs Lam defended the police against accusations of excessive force over the weekend, when rounds of tear gas were fired into subway stations and on crowded shopping streets.

She said she was "heartbroken" by reports of serious injuries, but offered no concessions to the demonstrators and insisted that police were facing "extremely difficult circumstances".

"This question has been answered," she repeated as she was pressed on whether Beijing would allow her to fully withdraw a now-suspended Bill allowing extradition to the mainland - a key protester demand.

And the barrage continued as she abruptly left the podium: "Do you have a conscience?" shouted one journalist.

"Mrs Lam, many citizens have been asking recently when you will die," yelled another.

Lam also declined to say if Beijing had been stopping her from meeting protesters’ demands, such as fully withdrawing the now-shelved extradition bill, and appointing a judge-led commission to look into the whole controversy.

Lawmaker Claudia Mo Man-ching, convenor of the pro-democracy camp, said Lam’s reluctance to answer the question was tantamount to confirming Beijing was running the city.

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Carrie Lam faced the media during the biggest political storm of her premiership. Photo: Nora Tam


“She didn’t dare to refuse such a claim ... I have to take it as clear indication that she is seriously reduced to a puppet form of government.”

Noting that Lam held back tears during the briefing, pan-democrat lawmaker Gary Fan Kwok-wai said Lam was “weeping crocodile tears”, adding that she was the root cause of the crisis.

“We have to look into the root cause, which lies in the Lam government,” Fan said. “The only way to stop violence is Lam responding to the demands of protesters.”


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What confirm?
There is no way she could response.
She is alone now. She has to act. KILL.

PLA will not match into Hong kong.
Once activated China will decide Hong kong fate to be better.
China does not need Hong kong.
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13-8-2019 9:05 PM
singlion said:
What confirm?
There is no way she could response.
She is alone now. She has to act. KILL.


She keep saying the extradition bill is dead, then just get the bill documents out of the legislative assembly lah to appease the people demand instead of leaving it there to be activated again in future when things do die down, so simple ! The only reason she refusing to do it after so much bloodshed is because Fatty Xi doesn't allow her to do so !
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Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry
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The situation has passed the problems of the Bills.
Origination Taiwan where the crime was committed.
She has to act now or Hong kong will be left to rot.

I repeat no PLA will step into Hongkong unless Hong kong is attacked by foreign forces.
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From her looks alone, you can tell is a puppet... no need confirmation, not need scientific test, no need DNA analysis.

Her face , so sleepy, no life, no Color. Plus she has no charisma, personality, no leadership look. Plus she so urgly. How can she be a country leader? It is exactly like this kind of profile that Xi selected her to be her puppet.
Raw Video doesn’t lie; Liberal Journalism does.
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Dat's the problem. She is found wanting. She has to kill.
PLA must not be dragged in.
Si Trump says Xi done a good job.
Trump wants China to deal and get entangled.
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HK is part of China.
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13-8-2019 9:14 PM
singlion said:
The situation has passed the problems of the Bills.
Origination Taiwan where the crime was committed.
She has to act now or Hong kong will be left to rot.

I repeat no PLA will step into Hongkong unless Hong kong is attacked by foreign forces.


Extradition agreement is universally negotiated country to country, territory to territory ie 1 to 1. If Carrie so concern with the Taiwan murder case, then negotiate with Taiwan one to one. Hong Kongers won't disagree. But for no obvious connection to the Taiwan murder case, Carrie use the opportunity to bring in China to the extradition bill and expand it to cover beyond murder cases clearly shows her motivation to please Fatty Xi. No wonder Hongkongers are angry ! Thinking

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13-8-2019 9:24 PM
tiunelomo said:
Extradition agreement is universally negotiated country to country, territory to territory ie 1 to 1. If Carrie so concern with the Taiwan murder case, then negotiate with Taiwan one to one. Hong Kongers won't disagree. But for no obvious connection to the Taiwan murder case, Carrie use the opportunity to bring in China to the extradition bill and expand it to cover beyond murder cases clearly shows her motivation to please Fatty Xi. No wonder Hongkongers are angry ! Thinking


No country will take Hong kong seriously. To do so has implications.
With China Hong kong glows like a diamond.
Now less as other cities overtake Hong kong.
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