Rubber bullets and tear gas, arrests… the usual
“This is the critical moment of the beginning of the end for every single citizen in HK.”
“…saddest day in Hong Kong history”
“[T]he effectiveness of mask-wearing against the coronavirus pandemic is huge.”
“the government may make wider use of so-called disqualification powers”
Starting July 1st.
Never let a perfectly good crisis go to waste
Flatten how many?
That had it under control until they didn’t
Also, when is a quarantine not a quarantine?
Shut it down
Captain Trips? Is that you?
New year, same protests for freedom.
“The night before Christmas was marked with tear gas and rubber bullets…”
Putting out the not welcome mat
I have a bad feeling about this.
“…they are enemies of the people.”
“…the man told his victims that Hong Kong belongs to China.”
“I am sorry and I accept accountability.”
“Whenever you see something wrong going on anywhere in the world, you should have the right to say, ‘That’s not right.'”
Might be a bit late to shut this down now
No harm, no foul
“Everyone got it wrong.”
“If you don’t have a lot of knowledge about it or quite understand it, I don’t think you should talk about it.”
“Could have waited a week to send it”
“China is using its economic power to silence critics—even those in the U.S.”
All stick, no carrot
“SAY NO TO CHINAZI”
“Xi Jinping is not a dictator. He has to satisfy his constituents.”
“Do you agree?”
Pro-China groups now involved.
Sanctions may not be wise.
Too little, too late?
Watchdog: Police are “out of control.”
Rail lines disrupted, trains stormed by police.
Reuters: Beijing nixed settlement.
And guess where it’s coming from