— Carl Zha (@CarlZha) November 12, 2019
- The reality is: HK pro Democracy rioters have lost the war. When BeiJing intervenes and shoots all these violent protesters, the overwhelming majority of mainland Chinese will applaud. IMO, the majority of Hong Kong people will also support it. For the record, I am anti-Communist. But to be fair to China, it is no longer the pure Maoist Communist country it was. It is more of a socialist nation without universal suffrage. When China implements universal suffrage is upto them. I do not accept western interference in China as historically it has NEVER been positive for the Chinese people. The CIA color revolution is to destabilize and destroy, China not to implement “Democracy”.
- Shocking VIDEO Shows Hong Kong Mob Savagely Beating Woman with Metal Rods
A disturbing video shows a woman being surrounded and beaten by masked protesters in Hong Kong. The unsettling footage comes as authorities struggle to clamp down on worsening violence in the semi-autonomous city.
The assault was reportedly sparked by a political disagreement between the woman and a group of armed demonstrators. Video of the attack shows the woman trying to walk away, only to be thrown to the ground by one of the black-clad rioters. One of the men then uses what appears to be a metal rod to beat her over the head. The woman then sits on the pavement as the group surrounds her and taunts her. A journalist then helps her to her feet as blood trickles down the side of her face. She attempts to leave the scene, but the rioters catch up to her and begin to beat her with their rods once again. A man then shields her with his body as she sits curled up on the ground.
Filmed on Monday, the horrific footage has gone largely ignored by media outlets, with some commentators even insisting that the video lacks proper context. On Monday, a similar verbal confrontation resulted in a group of protesters dousing a man in flammable liquid and lighting him on fire. Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam has vowed to restore order to the semi-autonomous territory, describing the violent protesters as “the people’s enemy” who are “relentlessly destroying society.”
Violence does not seem to be letting up, however. On Tuesday night, demonstrators armed with Molotov cocktails, javelins and other weapons seized control of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), leaving a trail of destruction in their wake.
Up in the mainland, videos like this from #HongKong are spreading quickly online. It’s like a parallel world to the police violence clips. Not a lot of context or background on this clip (which was already edited on a pro-Beijing wechat channel) – but really nasty stuff pic.twitter.com/ctKgoMqBXb
— Bill Birtles (@billbirtles) November 12, 2019