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If I am the ah Sir, she gone case I also gone case!!!  [:p]  [laugh]  [laugh]

 

 

Tianmo

 

i know you become soft if you meet a protestor like this is SG.

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Tianmo

 

i know you become soft if you meet a protestor like this is SG.

 

 

I must clarify first,  only my heart will go soft, the rest of the body will remain as hard as ever, with some parts harder than the rest!!!! [:p]  [laugh]

 

Nice pictures you have, will be even nicer if you can bring them to me!!!  [thumbsup]  ^_^

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I think Mustank bro on the way to HK already.

 

 

I thinking of go volunteer myself as riot police with the HKPF, but I not so strong, can only handle the XMMs like those listed in the photos, and I promise I wont pull down any undies...... [:p]  [laugh]  [laugh]

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honest bee bo liau

 

cannot tar pow

 

I must clarify first,  only my heart will go soft, the rest of the body will remain as hard as ever, with some parts harder than the rest!!!! [:p]  [laugh]

 

Nice pictures you have, will be even nicer if you can bring them to me!!!  [thumbsup]  ^_^

 

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honest bee bo liau

 

cannot tar pow

 

 

No problem, you can just make arrangement until Changi airport, I can self collect...... [laugh]  [laugh]  [laugh]

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In case you wonder, while HK law is based on the British Common Law, and PRC law is based on German Civil Law with socialist aspects from the Soviets. Whether the law is enforced as written or not is a different matter, but both are ang moh laws. I know you are inclined to think otherwise, but don't let your emotions cloud facts.

 

If maintaining peace and order is as simple as ang moh bad, Chinese good, or Chinese good, ang moh bad, then as you said, just shoot people like in the boxer's rebellion.

 

Simple mah, after 2047, ang moh law no more apply in HK. These lawyers will either have to retired from practicing law or go back to school to learn how to argue their case in 是不是. How are they going to complete with the big massive numbers of lawyers in mainland?

If HK break away now, their life will be so much easier than having everything in 是不是.

But if they turn ard and think abt it, if they start to learn PRC law now, it would be easy for them to convert later while also able to act for both HK and China clients. Many of them just refuse to accept the fact that China has a market the size HK cannot even smell.

Well, even smart ppl look at short, immediate benefits. [laugh] [laugh] [laugh]

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Internal civil rights dissent/movements/protests are always polarizing.

Been watching The vietnam war documentary on netflix.

Watching the protests and riots in both Vietnam and America at that time, it's still very polarizing even to this day.

 

Bersih protests in MY were quite short-lived. Yellow vs Red in Thailand was a few years ago.

Similarly the protest/riots in USA for race/Trump wasn't really close to our hearts.

I think due to distance and lack of coverage, we didn't really witness what happened with Arab Spring.

Sudan is currently having frequent protests to the situation there.

 

But we've all been to HK, know some Hongkongers, so it seems particularly gripping, given the similarities in city metropolises.

 

Even here in MCF, can see the

i) Support PRC side

ii) Support HK black clad protestors side

iii) Support right for self determination and civil liberties but also condemn extremist side

iv) world is going to end, ANARCHY to all side [laugh] (Ok maybe this last side is fictional)

 

 

 

Bersih protests in MY were quite short-lived. Yellow vs Red in Thailand were a few years ago.

v) Support HK lesbians side.

 

:D

 

I would never ask to see Policeman ID.

 

They show me anything I also won't know.

 

I don't know what a real police ID look like.

 

How I know what a fake looks like?

 

:D

Tianmo

 

i know you become soft if you meet a protestor like this is SG.

Which one is bad huh?

 

White shirt or black shirt bad and needs a good spanking?

 

:D

These pro Beijing leaders are really dumb puck idiots.

 

Hahahaha

 

:D

 

Don't they know he saved the Great Wall from the fire breathing dragons?

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basket you don't give chance

 

 

No problem, you can just make arrangement until Changi airport, I can self collect...... [laugh]  [laugh]  [laugh]

 

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So it's not only skool kids protesting as China says.

 

It professional successful people like lawyers.

 

:D

 

I wonder if the policeman on his off day can go and peacefully protest?

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From what i see, china govt suspected that taiwan or DPP is one of the mastermind behind hk riots. You can see china is banning single travellers and also recent award ban.

 

Straits Times China Bureau Chief asked Yang Guang what proof does China has on Foreigner instigating this riots.

 

Well, Yang Guang can only provide circumstantial evidence ONLY.

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In case you wonder, while HK law is based on the British Common Law, and PRC law is based on German Civil Law with socialist aspects from the Soviets. Whether the law is enforced as written or not is a different matter, but both are ang moh laws. I know you are inclined to think otherwise, but don't let your emotions cloud facts.

 

If maintaining peace and order is as simple as ang moh bad, Chinese good, or Chinese good, ang moh bad, then as you said, just shoot people like in the boxer's rebellion.

... I need an AI to decode this phrase.

[;)]

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I thinking of go volunteer myself as riot police with the HKPF, but I not so strong, can only handle the XMMs like those listed in the photos, and I promise I wont pull down any undies...... [:p]  [laugh]  [laugh]

 

Tianmo where got pull underwear 1.

 

Tianmo tear underwear

:XD:

 

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Maybe this is the clue....

Straits Times China Bureau Chief asked Yang Guang what proof does China has on Foreigner instigating this riots.

 

Well, Yang Guang can only provide circumstantial evidence ONLY.

US house speaker issues statement to back HK protestors US Congress to push ahead with Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act
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By Huang Tzu-ti, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2019/08/06 17:02
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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (AP photo)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – With the Hong Kong protests showing no sign of abating, U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi issued a statement on Tuesday (Aug. 6) to support those taking to the streets to fight for democracy.

“The dreams of freedom, justice, and democracy can never be extinguished by injustice and intimidation,” said the Democratic politician. Pelosi said she believes the people of Hong Kong have exercised an extreme amount of courage as opposed to a “cowardly government” that fails to respect “the 'one country, two systems' framework” promised by the Hong Kong Basic Law.

 

https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3759813

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Straits Times China Bureau Chief asked Yang Guang what proof does China has on Foreigner instigating this riots.

 

Well, Yang Guang can only provide circumstantial evidence ONLY.

What proof do they need? Signed documents or some rubber stamps? When USA says Iraq got weapon of mass discrimination,  did they show any document or proof before they bomb? Did ST China Bureau Chief asks any question or publish long stories to condemn the action?

 

The support and inciting going on through all these reports are clear enough to show the who are behind liao.

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