Meanwhile, authorities in mainland China have reportedly been intercepting Hong Kong-bound parcels containing similar items bound for Hong Kong as the protests show no sign of slowing down in the former British territory.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSjIE9Vsdu0&feature=youtu.be
>>444443That's painful I'm so sorry
>>440740How do we get our way around this interception?
What's the point of the protests? China will crush these people
>>444895To get China to do just that, in a time where the world is more connected than ever and social media is a thing. Someone will do something, more uprisings will happen, wars will be started. This is just the beginning.
>>444920> Someone will do something, more uprisings will happen, wars will be started.lol no, has white genocide taught you nothing? nothing will happen to stop the powerful
>>444895It's the last fight for Hong Kong for these kids. That's why they won't give up. They cannot lose anymore. They cannot afford to lose anymore.
>>444920>>445489Guys, I'd love to see it happen, but I think people are ignoring some major political realities, here. There are a lot of people in HK. They all need to eat and drink to survive, and all of the water rights within 200 miles in any direction are either owned wholly by a nation or by Coca Cola.
>>445491They know they don't have all the cards. The DQ crisis reminded them of it. Which is why they fight all the harder. They are cornered animals who face waking up as though they were in Shenzhen but not the good parts only but the shit political and legal system.
How long until the US uses this uprising as a premise to invade?
>>445830Never, we would lose a ground battle against the chinks badly, it would make Vietnam look like a joke.
>>440740I hope they succeed. But China is going to steamroll them I'm sure. They are good at suppressing things on the internet and social media, it have very little chance of success unless it spreads to the mainland, which I don't see happening. I expect some kind of humanitarian disaster before it's all over. Though I've heard they've backed off of the extradition bill, so that seems like a success, but the protests aren't stopping. What are their goals? Feels like the occupy movement where nothing actually happened.
>>445489They already lost in 1997. If they don't like mainland China they should just leave Hong Kong forever.
Glownigger operatives btfo. Based china
>>445970They want the bill formally withdrawn, which it's not been, and to democratically elect their own government.