China proposes controversial Hong Kong security law

DreamKing

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China is proposing to introduce a new security law in Hong Kong that could ban sedition, secession and subversion.

The move is likely to provoke strong opposition internationally and in Hong Kong, which was last year rocked by months of pro-democracy protests.

China's delayed National People's Congress, its legislature, will debate the issue when it opens on Friday.

Chinese media said the move defended national security, but opponents said it could be the "end of Hong Kong".
 

Chinmaya

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CHINESE ECONOMY IS A BUBBLE WITHIN A BUBBLE.. CHINESE DEBT TO GDP RATIO IS MORE THAN 380% ( OFFICIALLY IT IS 47.6 % WITH THE CONNIVANCE OF THE KOSHER DEEP STATE )..

The Chinese government is both the lender and the borrower. One branch of the government lends money to another branch of government. Government-owned banks, for instance, lend money to State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and Town Village Enterprises (TVEs).

THE IIF PLACES THE CHINESE DEBT AS MORE THAN 300%"..

The Institute of International Finance, Inc. (IIF) is a global association or trade group of financial institutions.

China's unregulated and growing SHADOW BANKING sector is the main driver of the Chinese credit boom..These ignorant commies are hell bent of showcasing GDP growth—which is NOT real economics..

China is busy building salt water swimming pools in the middle of the ocean or millions of fishing boats on desert sands which will never catch a fish..

 

Method

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Whelp that's just sad...people don't have a choice as to how they want to live or who their government is. Communism at it's finest.

Feel bad for them :/
 

Alan

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hongkong ==> game over.
Well the CCP know they've got western globalists in their corner.

Obama’s Man in China Now Beijing’s Man in Washington

No freedom of speech, no right to challenge unjust laws, no right to protest. Yes, sounds like the version of communism the ANC is hoping for here. No wonder our president is buddies with Xi Jinping.
Fake news. Nelson Mandela praised China as an “inspiration to democracy and freedom of expression" and “one of the pillars of democracy”
 

SoldierMan

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Surprise surprise the communist authoritarian regime is passing draconian laws cracking down on Hong Kong and going back on it's promises. Oh wait, no surprise.
 
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