Wow, if this footage is accurate and not propaganda, this could be Tienanmen Square all over again...
The people destroying the property are in a minority. You get them in every protest. We get them here in Australia. However we have seem much footage of literally millions of people in Hong Kong, all protesting, all peaceful. So the ones getting violent are not a reflection on all the protesters. Yes I agree, any country would do that to some degree, large and small. However how they go about it differs greatly.Imo any country would do that, the protesters are never ending, they became violent and they are destroying ppl's property, the HK Government has already warned that if u don't stop the military will get involved.
It's unfair to let youngsters to destroy the country, ppl's property just because of their personal hate towards the government.
Here is 2 million people protesting peacefully, if two million people got violent, there would be no Hong Kong left.No many are violent, they are the ones who broke the shopping malls, shutdown the airport and stop the flights, stop people from going to work, ruining ppl's business, destroying the country's economy and etc.
As i know they start protesting for a criminal to not get extradited in China, thats all. they already have freedom, HK has its own government, law, system and etc. Many has even asked this same question, what so called freedom are they really fighting for?
Cant find the one I read yesterday, but here is Human Rights watch Estimate of 1 Million Political Prisoners.1.6 million political prisoners? Are u sure? That is almost a country size, i highly doubt that, country would go on a loss looking after these ppl.
I still don't think that is possible, the prison would look like a huge skyscraper building to keep that many ppl and its going to cost way alot of money to maintain and look after them.Cant find the one I read yesterday, but here is Human Rights watch Estimate of 1 Million Political Prisoners.
I suspect that number is not all at once, my guess would be that it is over a period of years or decades. I will look int it further and get back to you.China is a atheist country, they don't want any religion, even it's own Chinese religion is dying off.
But now it's about Hong Kong not China, they both are different, that criminal was going to get judged in the court in China only, wasn't going to stay in China.
I still don't think that is possible, the prison would look like a huge skyscraper building to keep that many ppl and its going to cost way alot of money to maintain and look after them.