HK Police Scums 警渣
"Are they deluded by propaganda and biased news? Perhaps. But after four months, they do start to truly understand one thing, freedom is not free.
It is the fear of the power-abusing police force, the fear of the heartless government that chooses not to care about its people, and the fear of the Communist Party’s control that seems to inch closer towards us every second that has brought them out into the streets.

They are not mobsters aiming at bringing chaos, nor rioters intending to destroy their own city. All they have ever wanted is a better Hong Kong, where voices could be heard and leaders could represent the people, and they are willing to make sacrifices.

As John F. Kennedy said: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”
Journalism is about covering important stories. With a pillow, until they stop moving
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原来八毛也有感性的一面。后面被感动了
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18-11-2019 11:56 PM
Obamao said:
"Are they deluded by propaganda and biased news? Perhaps. But after four months, they do start to truly understand one thing, freedom is not free.
It is the fear of the power-abusing police force, the fear of the heartless government that chooses not to care about its people, and the fear of the Communist Party’s control that seems to inch closer towards us every second that has brought them out into the streets.

They are not mobsters aiming at bringing chaos, nor rioters intending to destroy their own city. All they have ever wanted is a better Hong Kong, where voices could be heard and leaders could represent the people, and they are willing to make sacrifices.

As John F. Kennedy said: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

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18-11-2019 11:54 PM
Obamao said:
"I am writing in response to Yonden Lhatoo’s “No silent majority in Hong Kong, only a terrified minority while the rest are fine with mob rule and anarchy” (October 5). He condemned the radical protesters for creating complete chaos in the city with violence and vandalism, describing them as “intoxicated by the success of mob rule”. He put the blame for the public acceptance of the situation on professionals, accusing them of finding excuses for the violent actions on the front lines.
The protests are definitely violent, but what are the reasons behind the actions of the “rioters”?

The movement started with two entirely peaceful protests, each with more than a million amassed on the streets opposing the extradition bill. But the government ignored the demands of the people, leading the protesters to question the usefulness of peaceful demonstrations.
Moreover, people started to question the credibility of the government. Having long feared that they would soon be living under the rule of Communist China, they seized the timing to urge the local government to grant them the democracy they were deprived of.

But instead of receiving what they needed, unarmed citizens were met with tear gas, rubber bullets and countless cases of police brutality. The protesters had no choice but to gear up, both to protect themselves and to put pressure on the government. The police were not “maligned”. They had turned themselves into the enemy of the people by failing to do what they should: protect the people."

I said so many times already, the police started the violence. The communist supporters denied it all the way. And true to form, they will start talking about the police in the US...

18-11-2019 11:30 PM
Schroder said:
I don't know why every time people talk about the Hong Kong protests, the communist supporters will bring in the US and say that the police there will SHOOT at protestors, as though the US is exemplary. But when it comes to the US-China trade war, the US is vilified. Some people just like to play fast and loose, and the US is the angel or devil depending on whichever suits their argument.
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18-11-2019 10:41 PM
lvlrsSTI said:
Obamao is finding excuse to defend his fellow rioters in HK....it is all evil police's fault for all the violence Laughing

how come your avatar change to 2 hairy balls and a red CB??
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18-11-2019 11:54 PM
Obamao said:
"I am writing in response to Yonden Lhatoo’s “No silent majority in Hong Kong, only a terrified minority while the rest are fine with mob rule and anarchy” (October 5). He condemned the radical protesters for creating complete chaos in the city with violence and vandalism, describing them as “intoxicated by the success of mob rule”. He put the blame for the public acceptance of the situation on professionals, accusing them of finding excuses for the violent actions on the front lines.
The protests are definitely violent, but what are the reasons behind the actions of the “rioters”?

The movement started with two entirely peaceful protests, each with more than a million amassed on the streets opposing the extradition bill. But the government ignored the demands of the people, leading the protesters to question the usefulness of peaceful demonstrations.
Moreover, people started to question the credibility of the government. Having long feared that they would soon be living under the rule of Communist China, they seized the timing to urge the local government to grant them the democracy they were deprived of.

But instead of receiving what they needed, unarmed citizens were met with tear gas, rubber bullets and countless cases of police brutality. The protesters had no choice but to gear up, both to protect themselves and to put pressure on the government. The police were not “maligned”. They had turned themselves into the enemy of the people by failing to do what they should: protect the people."

walaneh! shock
Bro, sibeh jialat liao lah! Worried
You don't think so meh? Thinking
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Yesterday 8:42 AM
walaneh said:
walaneh! shock
Bro, sibeh jialat liao lah! Worried
You don't think so meh? Thinking

waleneh, do you mean those terrorist supporters sibeh jialat liao?
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Yesterday 8:53 AM
WhatDoYouThink said:
waleneh, do you mean those terrorist supporters sibeh jialat liao?

walaneh! shock
Bro, I mean ALL lah! Worried
You don't think so meh? Thinking
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Yesterday 8:56 AM
walaneh said:
walaneh! shock
Bro, I mean ALL lah! Worried
You don't think so meh? Thinking

You very jialat liao?
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see who is choon. Big smile
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