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Hong Kong Rioters at it again.

It seems that the Western Paid Rioters are at it again, this time they are ‘protesting’ against the removal of Illegal food stalls in Mong Kok and starting their ‘fishball revolution.’


These Right wing rioters including the HK IndigenousCivic PassionHong Kong Localism PowerHong Kong Independence Party that has plagued Hong Kong about 18 months ago with their ‘Umbrella revolution’ threw bricks, started fires, and beat up on police and reporters.   Western propaganda seems to fixate on 2 warning shots up the air.  Sad on the state of Hong Kong that this kind of riots are even tolerated because if this kind of stuff would happen in America these people would be promptly jailed as terrorists.

  1. N.M.Cheung
    February 10th, 2016 at 08:03 | #1

    Well I think China has to assert the patriotic education movement to Hong Kong More than just overseas. China back down a few years ago on the patriotic education in Hong Kong under local pressure, and we see the result now. One country, Two systems is mean to bridge the differences and converge two, not diverge. For those oppose to China and back West, they can always emigrate, there should be no toleration. Those boycotting HKU, they should be expelled, and let them compete to Ivy League and see how that come out. As for Taiwan I think China has make clear the red line to U.S., and now should let Taiwan sink or swim. There is no reason for offering additional incentives. Given the antagonism toward KMT because of historical reasons, China should have kept her distance from KMT and DPP equally.

  2. pug_ster
    February 11th, 2016 at 17:06 | #2


    Found an interesting article here in wikileaks about how the NDI is trying to screw around with elections in Hong Kong.


    Here’s an article of how these western paid thugs using facebook and other social media to gather fellow thugs to start riots in Mong Kok.


    Unlike what western propaganda portrayed, the Hong Kong police actually Food Safety Officers wasn’t even trying to kick out the hawkers when they were mobbed.


    I am glad that Hong Kong government have some balls and start charging people with rioting. Maybe it sends a message that this kind of behavior will not be tolerated.

  3. February 17th, 2016 at 00:55 | #3

    Looks like HK riot had nothing to do with street hawkers. It is extremists taking advantage of situation on the ground…


  4. February 18th, 2016 at 19:21 | #4

    A compilation of video reporting by different HK news channel. They are mostly in Cantonese but have Chinese subtitle here and there. This is as close to reality as possible as they are reporting by local news for local people. Well, the videos speak for themselves so this is what happened.


  5. pug_ster
    February 24th, 2016 at 10:06 | #5


    I quote from the article:

    “Besides chemicals used in explosives, officers said they also discovered in the flat where Wong was hiding several weapons such as an extendible baton and an electromagnetic gun, cash worth US$68,000, marijuana, some 100 pills, and copies of manuals to produce home-made smoke bombs, mace and pepper spray.”

    Now they have western paid thugs running for government.

  6. pug_ster
    March 1st, 2016 at 10:52 | #6


    Here’s a very good article about the thugs who are part of the riot.

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