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Hong Kong groups want their own Brexit

Posted by seumasach on August 1, 2016

Brexit is part of a general shift against rising Chinese influence. We see that in the Austrlia. Brazil and , of course, the UK. Next is Hong Kong. Last time the Cameron government, not wishing to disturb Anglo-Chinese relations, was fairly indifferent to the Freedom House protests in Hong Kong. This time we can expect the the British government’s response to be more proactive and provocative.


30th July, 2016

Britain had its Brexit. Now some in Hong Kong are dreaming of their own version.

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Who cooked the Hong Kong broth?

Posted by seumasach on October 27, 2014

Now that Britain is a strategic partner of China they have gone rather quiet on the Dalai Lama and so-called democracy protests. Now they are going a step further: the BBC report referred to below is as deadly as it is understated. Linking the Hong Kong protests as well as Pussy Riot and so much else to the Oslo Freedom Forum leaves little doubt as to who is really behind such movements: a brief google search into the family tree of that body suffices.


Indian Punchline

27th October, 2014

The sensational report by the BBC that the protests in Hong Kong known as Occupy Central were in reality not spontaneous or indigenous, but were choreographed carefully two years ago and executed by foreign forces and that around 1000 Chinese activists could be “trained demonstrators” would corroborate the reports from Moscow to this effect a few weeks ago — expect that the Russian reports unwaveringly pointed finger at the US as mentoring the entire enterprise.

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US openly approves Hong Kong chaos it created

Posted by seumasach on October 1, 2014

Tony Cartalucci

Activist Post

30th September, 2014

The “Occupy Central” protests in Hong Kong continue on – destabilizing the small southern Chinese island famous as an international hub for corporate-financier interests, and before that, the colonial ambitions of the British Empire. Those interests have been conspiring for years to peel the island away from Beijing after it was begrudgingly returned to China in the late 1990s, and use it as a springboard to further destabilize mainland China .

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