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Links on the unrest and riots in Hong Kong (part 1)

September 6th, 2019 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here are Links on the unrest and riots in Hong Kong… If China or any other nation sponsors this kind of terrorism on the U.S., there would be WWIII. Appreciate the restraint being exercised in Hong Kong, as well as in Beijing…

Elderly man harassed at Hong Kong International Airport, besieged by ‘peaceful’ protesters (26/7-2019)

Hong Kong protests: Violence intensifies in the 12th week of unrest (26/8)

HK restaurant owner supporting the police becomes a target

Kristallnacht-style attacks on shop-owners (25/8)
The rioters target businesses with roots in Fujian province. In the video you see the rioters destroy a hotpot restaurant, a mahjong parlor and what looks like a convenience store, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUpmTSGSSjw&feature=youtu.be

What happened in Prince Edward MTR Station? (31/8)
Aggressive ‘protesters’ with helmets and gas masks attacked ordinary passenger at Prince Edward station on Saturday 31/8. It’s obvious the rioters attacked first. To protect himself and the commuters a blue-shirt old man whipped out a hammer. Subsequently, the rioters rushed the train trying to beat him, with the rest of the rioters screaming ‘beat him, beat him…’. But the old man managed to keep the rioters at bay and chased them off the train:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwVX_T9NMJ0 Sorry, this video has been deleted from YouTube

About ten minutes later riot police arrived the station and arrested many:

Hong Kong ‘protesters’ storm Tung Chung station (1/9) – with extensive damage on public facilities

The MTR (Mass Transit Railway) Corporation later issued a statement strongly condemning the vandalism. It said that a number of stations including Tung Chung, Tsing Yi, Lam Tin, Kwun Tong, Diamond Hill, Lok Fu, Tsuen Wan, Lai King, Sha Tin, Sha Tin Wai, Siu Hong and Tin Shui Wai were targeted on Sunday (1/9), with CCTV cameras, ticket issuing machines and many other public facilities damaged.

’Pro democracy’ youths brutally attacking an elderly man (14/9). Most of the attackers are wearing masks. They attack in turns from different angels, and supporters put up umbrellas to prevent filming of the abuse. «Photographers» and «Press» are blocking the way. Who the brave, helping man in blue shirt and the women are, is unclear.


More madness in Hong Kong (21/9The rioters in Hong Kong are organized, trained and equipped by outside forces. If the police act lenient, a well-organized group of some thousands, can by using terror – silence a whole population. Warning for violence:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RCjnBSGvfY Sorry, this video has been deleted from YouTube

Hong Kong police officer: Abuse of my family is unacceptable (19/8)

Man abused by rioters doesn’t regret being patriotic (24/9)

Hong Kong police arrest 51, seize ‘large number’ of weapons (1/10)

Pansy Ho Chiu-king, chairperson of the Hong Kong Federation of Women, makes a statement before the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva, Switzerland, to condemn the violent nature of the protests, pointing out that in the span of 95 days, there were over 130 protests, over 110 of which have ended violently. Young kids are reportedly pressured by their peers to subscribe to anti-establishment beliefs, perform school strikes, and will be fervently harassed if they refuse.

«Secrets of the Hong Kong protesters. Out Smarting The Government. Next Level Protesting»

A video made in Hong Kong by WeAreChange.org: From 5:10– 6:10 the cameraman is revealing information about the well-organized, military-like coordination of protesters:

– I haven’t seen this in any other protest I have covered around the world. (Showing a map on his mobile of a building). «The real time maps are ridiculous. … They will have a floor-plan of whatever area the protesters are going on. They have a little legend. They will have orange areas for protesters. … Same things for law-enforcement presence. That will be labeled on the map as blue. There will be areas for movement. There will be different icon for where there is an aid station, where it’s safe to rest, ways to escape, and ways that are blocked off.» The reporter then comments: «And they are doing all this on ‘Telegram’. Many times deciding what action they are going to take through a Telegram-vote … definitely something that’s just totally, totally different from what we have in the United States.» (Telegram’ is a cloud-based, encrypted messaging and voice over IP software)


Who’s behind Hong Kong protests? (22/8)

American «Fox News» in 2014

Interview with Dr. Michael Pillsbury, US Defense Policy Advisor and Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute. Here follows the transcript of his answer to the first question of whether «Occupy Central» was America’s fault:
«It’s not all our fault, but we’re partially involved. We have a large consulate there that’s in charge with taking care of the Hong Kong policy act, passed by Congress to ensure democracy in Hong Kong. We also have funded millions of dollars in programs through the National Endowment for Democracy to help democracy in Hong Kong, so in that sense the Chinese accusation [that it’s America’s fault] is not totally false.»

Note that Pillsbury assisted in drafting the legislation that created the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) in 1983. Pillsbury has also been, according to Wikipedia, a member of the board of «Freedom House», which is partly funded by NED.

Legal origin of the NED is U.S. Congress resolution H.R. 2915 (H.R. means House Resolution). Wikipedia: «H.R. 2915 was adopted by the House on November 17, 1983 and the Senate the following day»

The Washington Post, Sept. 22, 1991, wrote: «In 1991, Allen Weinstein, who helped draft the legislation establishing NED in 1983, candidly said: ‘A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA.’»

BBC-interview with Jamila Raqib, Executive Director of Albert Einstein Institution (AEI):
At dimsumdaily.hk website there is a BBC-video from a conference called the «Oslo Freedom Forum», where Jamila Raqib talked about how AEI helped the «Occupy Central movement» (also called «Umbrella movement») in 2014. Here is the transcript of what she said (2:30–3:12): «Protesters were taught how to behave during a protest, how to keep ranks, how to speak to police, how to manage their own movement, how to use «marshals» within the movement. These are people who are specially trained… . Also how to behave when arrested. You know … practical things like the need for food and water. You know … that the movement can last longer when people are taken care of. And also how to manage a water cannon used against you. And other types of police violence». BBC correspondent: «It’s meticulous?». Raqib: «Absolutely!»,


Dimsumdaily.hk adds: «In 2014, many of the student protesters at Occupy Central were trained two years before they took it to the streets. They were described as Weapon of Mass Destruction to challenge the Chinese government.»

Funding of Albert Einstein Institution today is unclear, but it has, according to Source Watch, in the 1990-ties received money from the Burma Project of the Open Society Institute, Ford Foundation, International Republican Institute (IRI), National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Olof Palme International Centre, and others.

Steve Bannon, Chief Strategist for Trump i 2017, and Chinese billionaire and fugitive Guo Wengui 郭文贵 talking from New York 28/6-2019. Guo also talks on phone with one of his contacts in Hong Kong, and gives some instructions. He also declares both he, Bannon and the American government will support the students. Guo Wengui, also known as Miles Kwok and Miles Guo, fled China in 2014 and has been accused of bribery, money laundering, and fraud by the mainland government.

Suspected masterminds behind Hong Kong violent protests (10/8)

’Gang of 4′: Who is misleading the young in HK? Martin Lee, Jimmy Lai, Anson Chan, Albert Ho.


Charles Ho says protests manipulated by outside forces (15/10)
Sing Tao News Corp chairman, Charles Ho Tsu-kwok, said the unrest is not a simple demonstration for democracy, but a movement supported by outside forces. In an interview with state broadcaster CGTN, Ho said the rioting is well financed and well organized. “They are even better organized than the police on logistics,” he said. The media boss disputes allegations of police brutality. “I tell them [reporters] to make a balanced reporting, but surprisingly all my staff come and tell me… they always complained about the rioters.”

Hong Kong residents: ‘We want fair news, not the biased media’

Sheila Xiao writes well-informed about the situation in Hong Kong (24/9)

Bill Jones, Washington Bureau Chief of «Executive Intelligence Review» (EIR), an American weekly newsmagazine, recently accused Western countries of double standard in Hong Kong affairs.

MTR Corporation workers’ unions appeal to Hong Kong government for extra police protection from protesters (article)

Bunn Nagara, senior fellow at Institute of Strategic and Int’l Studies, Malaysia: Violence in China’s Hong Kong is ‘criminal activity’ (1/9)

The bill caused by the violent HK protests:

Links on the unrest and riots in Hong Kong, part 2: https://blog.hiddenharmonies.org/2019/11/30/the-hong-kong-2019-unrest-and-riots-the-most-shocking-violent-phenomena-ever-happened-in-human-history/

  1. pug_ster
    September 11th, 2019 at 08:31 | #1

    I do think that the West is on ‘colour revolution’ mode in HK right now. Because HK didn’t pass article 23, people like Joshua Wong can freely accept foreign money and help from the US and this is perfectly legal. Meanwhile, HK tycoons like Li didn’t exactly support the HK government. Who knows, maybe HK government should enact the emergency regulations ordnance before it is too late.

  2. Ngok Ming Cheung
    September 12th, 2019 at 08:03 | #2

    The problem with Hong Kong pre-dated the controversy with extradition or Occupy Central. It was obvious when the national anthem was booed during soccer matches. The younger generation was brain washed during their whole lifetime. They didn’t connect the birth of Hong Kong with Opium Wars and now identify with Britain or U.S.. I myself learned about Opium Wars early and since then resisted the Western narrative even though I have lived in West for over 50 years. I have not touched drugs or smoked which I attributed to those early memories. The 1C/2S never tried seriously deal with these problem and hoping it will converge naturally was a failure. Educational reform is a priority and must be undertaken for structural changes.

  3. September 26th, 2019 at 10:34 | #3

    Eye opening links…

    But there are many Hong Kong media that is blind to all this. Why?

  4. September 28th, 2019 at 13:54 | #4

    “… there are many Hong Kong media that is blind to all this. Why?”

    About media in the UK:

    “Who owns the media shapes what stories are covered and how they are written. The UK media has a very concentrated ownership structure, with six billionaires owning and/or having a majority of voting shares in most of the national newspapers. True editorial independence often doesn’t exist in these papers. The owners can – and do – interfere with what is published in their publications, which editors and journalists are promoted or fired as well as which political parties the paper supports.


    The media relies heavily on corporate advertising, often for more than 50% of its revenue. Just how much varies for different media outlets. Peter Oborne, former chief political commentator at The Telegraph, resigned from his job after he was censored from writing about HSBC because it was one of the paper’s major corporate advertisers. He wrote in openDemocracy:
    ‘From the start of 2013 onwards stories critical of HSBC were discouraged…Its account, I have been told by an extremely well informed insider, was extremely valuable. HSBC, as one former Telegraph executive told me, is ‘the advertiser you literally cannot afford to offend.’


    Bloch and Fitzgerald, in their examination of covert UK warfare, report the editor of “one of Britain’s most distinguished journals” as believing that more than half its foreign correspondents were on the MI6 payroll. And in 1991, Richard Norton-Taylor revealed in the Guardian that 500 prominent Britons paid by the CIA and the now defunct Bank of Commerce and Credit International, included 90 journalists.”


  5. JacobAn
    October 5th, 2019 at 20:27 | #5


    Here is Andrew Jacobs cheering on the cold-blooded murder of a moderate Chinese imam whose political views he hates. And now:


    Looks like this Junius Ho hit piece is Jacobs’ attempt to inflame the rioters into imitating this earlier crime.

  6. d dan
    November 12th, 2019 at 17:07 | #6

    Those “protesters” are terrorists and murderer. They should be treated as such. Anything less than that is a miscarriage of justice.

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