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HongKong Riot

pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
It's really getting out of hand. Buti na lang wala na kami dum mung nangyari yan. Halos araw-araw na yung peaceful protests turned to violent riots.
Which side are you?

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  • alchemistofophiralchemistofophir Christian Communist PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    hongkong = Britishitters (Anglicans)
    macau = Portuguese (Catholics)

    do the math.

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  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    These rascal protesters are vandalizing and destroying HK. I don't condone their actions nor feel sympathy everytime I see some of them getting hurt during their protests. Laking abala ginagawa nila that's affecting businesses and to some law abiding citizens. Daming flights nacancelled, road closures and MRT trips cancelled. Join stupid games, win stupid prizes.



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  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru 🎖️🎖️
    It was happening when I was there. As opposed to what pong posted, I thought that was a peaceful protest. Yung mga vandalism ay confined to some certain places. Or maybe i didn't stay longer. 
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Actually mabuti yan for China. 

    It shows the world even the HongKongers hate them.

    Lately, they have become Bullies and deserve some Pushback >:(

  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru 🎖️🎖️
    edited August 7
    To be fairly honest, the new extradition policy is actually a good initiative by China. The problem is, Hongkies took it the wrong way, blew it out of proportion.

    How about stop chasing their white brothers and start a brotherhood with their own fellas? Come on, Hongkies are Chinese by ethnics. 

    China is a reality, Hongkies has to put that on their mind. Their leaders are controlled by Beijing. Ergo, Hong Kong is part of China. If I'm a Hongkie, I will just migrate, that's the easiest thing to do.
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Kent_210 said:
    To be fairly honest, the new extradition policy is actually a good initiative by China. The problem is, Hongkies took it the wrong way, blew it out of proportion.

    How about stop chasing their white brothers and start a brotherhood with their own fellas? Come on, Hongkies are Chinese by ethnics. 

    China is a reality, Hongkies has to put that on their mind. Their leaders are controlled by Beijing. Ergo, Hong Kong is part of China. If I'm a Hongkie, I will just migrate, that's the easiest thing to do.
    Your statement above shows how Naive you are about what the HK people feel about China.

    Hongkies distrust the Commie Chinese for many good reasons.

    China kidnaps HK people who displeases the CCP, kaya the Extradition law proposal angered the people.  China could always come up with made up crimes against any HK citizen, arrest and ship him back to China.

    Google mo the Dissappearance of the 5 HK Booksellers.  China is Ruthless.
  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru 🎖️🎖️
    edited August 7
    ^What you said will only make sense if HK is an independent country. It never was and will never be. Time is ticking and they will again be part of China. How China behave don't matter. 

    Again, they're only choices is to accept it or migrate. 
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    China is a ***** country.

    Even Hongkongers hate the mainlanders.

    LOL!
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Kent_210 said:
    ^What you said will only make sense if HK is an independent country. It never was and will never be. Time is ticking and they will again be part of China. How China behave don't matter. 

    Again, they're only choices is to accept it or migrate. 
    The HK people won't listen to you.

    LOL!
  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    I guess one big reason for the protest is that Hongkongers are fearful on what's to come in 2047 after the "one country, two systems" framework with China, which gives Hong Kong "a high degree of autonomy," 
  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru 🎖️🎖️
    hsuson said:
    Kent_210 said:
    ^What you said will only make sense if HK is an independent country. It never was and will never be. Time is ticking and they will again be part of China. How China behave don't matter. 

    Again, they're only choices is to accept it or migrate. 
    The HK people won't listen to you.

    LOL!
    So? What other options do they have? gerahan ang Beijing? LOL! 
  • blue_tracerblue_tracer soundscapes PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    nag branch out na kasi ito sa iba't-ibang issues na dati pang gustong raise ng mga hongkies. 

    pero sa tingin ko ang main issue talaga dito ay 'yung 1-country 2-system na suppose to be umoobra sa HK. pero marami nang indications na mukhang 'di na makakapaghintay pa ang mainland hanggang 2047. ang officials nila dapat may basbas ng mainland. something they find it hard to accept or adjust. 

    yes, HK belongs to china. pero 'yung mga hongkies sanay na sanay sa western format at pamamalakad. umunlad sila ng ganyan eh. while kinikilala nila na mainland pa rin ang may ari ng HK, gusto nila sana maintain ang autonomy.

    'yung nangyayaring mga riots sa HK, sa unang tingin parang gawain lang ng mga aktibista o students, pero actually hindi. may ilang air traffic controllers, nurses/doctors, civil servants, lawyers at ilang ordinary citizens ang lumahok sa kanilang protests. 

    marami pa silang issues like hindi sila kontento sa leadership ni aleng carrie. at isa pa sa pinakamalaking issues nila ay 'yung housing.

    may increase sa bilang ng mga hongkies na umaalis. favorite nilang destinations, united kingdom, canada, united states, australia, new zealand. 
  • jeganrrjeganrr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Siguro nahirapan rin ang Hong Kong mag adjust sa culture ng China kasi diba may British influence ang Hong Kong.
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited August 9
    Kent_210 said:
    hsuson said:
    Kent_210 said:
    ^What you said will only make sense if HK is an independent country. It never was and will never be. Time is ticking and they will again be part of China. How China behave don't matter. 

    Again, they're only choices is to accept it or migrate. 
    The HK people won't listen to you.

    LOL!
    So? What other options do they have? gerahan ang Beijing? LOL! 
    A lot.

    They are now showing the world even their own people HATE China.  Slap to the face.

    China wants to be No.1 influencer in the world but without Soft Power they will never be.

    Remember, the Chinese CCP almost collapsed in 1989.  Praning na praning pa rin sila.
  • jeganrrjeganrr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    hsuson said:
    Kent_210 said:
    hsuson said:
    Kent_210 said:
    ^What you said will only make sense if HK is an independent country. It never was and will never be. Time is ticking and they will again be part of China. How China behave don't matter. 

    Again, they're only choices is to accept it or migrate. 
    The HK people won't listen to you.

    LOL!
    So? What other options do they have? gerahan ang Beijing? LOL! 
    A lot.

    They are now showing the world even their own people HATE China.  Slap to the face.

    China wants to be No.1 influencer in the world but without Soft Power they will never be.

    Remember, the Chinese CCP almost collapsed in 1989.  Praning na praning pa rin sila.
    You mean puwede silang maging katulad ng Taiwan?Diba dating part ng China rin noon?Pero naging independent nation sila.
  • blue_tracerblue_tracer soundscapes PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    hirap mag adjust ang mainland sa pagiging autonomous at medyo pagka "loose" ng HK.

    but the reverse is also true. hirap din ang HK mag adjust sa pagiging mahigpit ng mainland.

    ang compromise or meeting point 'yun na nga sanang 1-country 2-system. which actually is working. 'yan ang ipinangako nila sa britain at sa mga hongkies noong handover. 

    hindi siya ganun ka simple na basta may mga aktibista o estudyante na may tantrums lang. medyo may pinaghuhugutan din itong mga rallyista.

    'yang extradition bill, actually hindi pa naman 'yan pinu pursige ng mainland. eto lang naman si aleng carrie ang biglang nagsulong niyan. doon ang trigger. nagkagulo at 'yun naungkat na ang iba pang issues. 

    may point si kent. dalawa lang options ng mga hongkies, either leave or stay (tanggapin ang paghihigpit). 
  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited August 9
    hirap mag adjust ang mainland sa pagiging autonomous at medyo pagka "loose" ng HK.

    but the reverse is also true. hirap din ang HK mag adjust sa pagiging mahigpit ng mainland.

    ang compromise or meeting point 'yun na nga sanang 1-country 2-system. which actually is working. 'yan ang ipinangako nila sa britain at sa mga hongkies noong handover. 

    hindi siya ganun ka simple na basta may mga aktibista o estudyante na may tantrums lang. medyo may pinaghuhugutan din itong mga rallyista.

    'yang extradition bill, actually hindi pa naman 'yan pinu pursige ng mainland. eto lang naman si aleng carrie ang biglang nagsulong niyan. doon ang trigger. nagkagulo at 'yun naungkat na ang iba pang issues. 

    may point si kent. dalawa lang options ng mga hongkies, either leave or stay (tanggapin ang paghihigpit). 
    You are contradicting yourself.

    Sabi mo above na the 1-country 2-System is actually working in HK, tapos at the last line sabi mo tanggapin nila ang paghihigpit.

    Shows that you don't know the real sentiments of the HK people.  Even the cosignator UK says that China is not honoring the agreement they have signed with China.

    Napapahiya ang China, kasi the world is sees that many people want to be Americans (even illegally), and the HKers and Taiwanese don't even want to be  Chinese.  

    LOL
  • blue_tracerblue_tracer soundscapes PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    walang contradiction. 1-country 2-system, kung papabayaan lang as it is, actually it works. suppose hanggang 2047 nga 'yan.

    pero gradually, eroding na nga 'yang 2-system. the signs that the mainland can no longer wait until year 2047 are showing. 

    HK resident ka rin? i've been here since '95. so i know nothing about HK. and will be waiting for updates then. 👍
  • ramblerrambler I wait for You, my Savior. PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited August 9
    Can't believe what I'm reading here. Yung iba, sa sobrang pagsamba kay Poon Duterte, can no longer see reason and have become staunch defenders of the Chinese regime. 

    It's really interesting to see how the world is disintegrating and integrating and coalescing as we march towards the formation of the New World Order. The UK being the black sheep within the EU with newly-elected PM Boris Johnson seemed to have reignited the Brexiteers but for how long, the relentless attacks on America, China and its territorial disputes, regional tensions all over. All within the backdrop of the globalists working behind the scenes to cause chaos so the world would come together as one. Haays. Really interesting. 
  • alchemistofophiralchemistofophir Christian Communist PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Problema kuno ng Pinas = Chinese
    Problema kuno ng U.S. = Mexicans

    ano ang susunod na sentence jan?

    abangan.



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