>>237768>What is the most likely outcome of these protests?
1- The protest loose steam and disappears.
2- The government loose patience and Tiananmen II begins.>Will Hong Kong start the fire that will end China?
Not at all. Honk Kongers are seen as privileged yuppies in mainland, they have not support neither sympathy.
By the way, it looks like the racial stereotype is real, may be these asians have a higher IQ, but they lack creativity. Their knack for to steal White creations is astonishing.
>>237768>What is the most likely outcome of these protests?
If they stand their ground I don't think China will back down. If it comes to that it will probably become a bit bloody. China can't allow Hong Kong to become fully independent on HK terms. But China will in the end e forced by the international "community" to let Hong Kong keep their current status of independence.
The other outcome is that the protests will die out by themselves, and we go back to status quo.
tl;dr; I think we will end up in status quo either way.>reading the article, when did waifu become a "derogatory" term?
>>237772>reading the article, when did waifu become a "derogatory" term?
Who ever wrote that article is an Affirmative Action hire, and it is plenty of wild conclusions and inaccuracies, specially about incels and chan culture.
The article may be classified as a cheap hit piece.
>>237768>asian waifus >a derogatory term used to describe slutty Chinese girls>Chinese girls>Chinese>slutty
What the fuck did you just fucking say about luna, you little bitch? I'll have you know I graduated top of my class in the racist homophobic Islamophobic antisemitic incel horse milking Mongolian kumis brewing leprechaun forum, and I've been involved in numerous secret raids on luna's ass, and I have over 300 confirmed cumshots. I am trained in waifu warfare and I'm the top waifu sniper in the entire waifu forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will shitpost until my memes become reality with pure sexual fuel the likes of which has never been seen before on the internet, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit about luna over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of waifufags across every website with a pony forum and your secret waifu preening minecraft server is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call you're ching chong country. You're bootleg waifu's are gonna get ponypilled, chink. I can be cumming anywhere, anytime, and I can shitpost in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with my autism. Not only am I extensively trained in the art of waifuism, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States reaction image database and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your chow mein miserable ass off the face of the internet, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little "clever" comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn't, you didn't, and now you're paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shitpost fury all over you and you will drown in it. you're fucking dead, kiddo.
>protestors are racist
>slitty Chinese girls
I think it's interesting that many of the signs have english translations. For what reason? To draw international attention most likely, and they've probably adopted Pepe for much the same reason. They've all but baited the MSM into aligning itself in no uncertain terms with Beijing, which we can use.
Also, obligatory banishment post for the chinese shills you know are lurking around with their broken english.
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>>237771>may be these asians have a higher IQ
You do understand that china cherry picks who takes the iq tests, right?
I didn't know, but I mentioned it because from a racial point is irrelevant for Whites. No matter what the propaganda can tell us, we know how far we can go and achieve.
Chinese Communist Government is assembling heavy duty military in the city of Shen Zhen as of the start of this week.
I expect an invasion any week now.
hey anon do you have a waifu or no?
if no you can't talk shit about someones waifu because you don't have enough autism to be able to argue with a waifufag
if you do well don't you ever show you're waifu around here or she's gonna get whacked
nothing personal kid it's just business, you get me?
D-dont talk shit about garbage chan!>>237768
Excusing my shitposting, it Is most likely that they will just be seized by force, they might protest all they want but the chinese government has the last word.
i just want to see dead chinks
That would be an overal improvement
China now sending a large contingent of SWAT Police near the Hong Kong border.
Chinese government officials condemn Hong Kong Protests as Terrorism, Mayor of Hong Kong "Protesters are plunging the city in to an Abyss."
Haven't the protests caused a global program because of them shutting down the airport for two days?
I hope these protestors manage to make a difference, because for them the cost of failure is too high to stop now.
They won't. Governments represent the elites, in this case the chinese oligarchs, and the only method known to work against this kind of garbage is to hit their monetary interests, no other way will bring them to negotiate or retreat. The protestors are "demonstrating" instead of to squeeze the government's artery.
This. No one wants to take down the powerful, they always want to replace them (usually with themselves and/or their constituents). Social change cannot take place without the exertion of power, and yet power invariably corrupts.
Nevermind the fact that its China that's being protested, and how they consistently respond to dissent.
>>240050>and how they consistently respond to dissent
When compared with the West, it is pretty mild for now.>Tense Exchanges Between Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron on Yellow Vests>Putin referring to a record of “Eleven people killed and 2500 wounded” during the wave of sometimes violent demonstrations that shook the French government a few months ago.https://chb44.com/2019/08/tense-exchanges-between-vladimir-putin-and-emmanuel-macron/
That's not why. They use this kind of stuff on purpose because they are hoping to attract western attention. They know that China can't get too heavy handed if the western world is watching.
>>240050>Social change cannot take place without the exertion of power, and yet power invariably corrupts.>Nevermind the fact that its China that's being protested, and how they consistently respond to dissent.
it didn't corrupt Hitler.power only corrupts weak beta males
>>237768>What is the most likely outcome of these protests?
The commies are going to send in tanks and troops just like they did in Tienanmen Square in 1989. They're going to grease the treads of their tanks with the protestors' guts and they're going to do it on live worldwide TV. They are already moving troops from the interior of the country toward Hong Kong.
And all the talking heads will wring their hands for about five minutes, and then it'll be "but what about this massacre of unarmed Indians in Pennsylvania 250 years ago?" "but what about about the Potato Famine in Ireland a hundred and seventy years ago?" "Nothing to see here!" And, oh look, something shiny! Get the "Russian collusion" story back in 24/7 rotation on CNN, quick! And oh, look, I hear Madonna is gonna be on "Dancing with the Stars!" And there's a rumor that someone who did business with a guy who made a pro-Trump meme made a mistake on his income tax in 1987! Someone's gotta investigate this! And this sportsball player said something controversial! Ooh! Ooh! You gotta hear this!
Don't think that anyone will care enough to tell (((Goldman-Sachs))) and the rest of (((Wall Street))) that anything will be allowed to interfere with the racket they're running, importing cheap disposable plastic garbage made by lao-gai political prisoner slave labor in Chinese gulags. Nothing's going to be allowed to interfere with the continued exportation of American manufacturing jobs to China. That Chinese middle class we've been hearing about for thirty years is going to start buying Ford Explorer SUVs and make us all bazillionaires any day now. Any day now. *sound of crickets chirping* Real soon now, amirite guise? And the money the Chinese are getting, as wealth flows out of the US to China, from which Swiss bank accounts are filled by the usual (((skimmers))) and (((grifters))), that the Chinese are using to build nuclear-tipped ICBMs aimed at us--well, don't worry about that.
Oh, and the ChiComs are now in violation of the agreement they signed with the UK for the 1996 takeover. They promised not to overthrow or interfere with the democratic government in Hong Kong. What do you suppose the UK is going to do about this? Or NATO? A ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Not a fucking thing.
Watch and see. The ChiComs are going to murder protestors by the thousand, like they've been doing since 1949, and put the survivors in the gulag. And nobody's going to do one fucking thing about it. Too many of your (((masters))) make too much money by sending your jobs to China and selling you cheap plastic toys made by death-camp slave labor at Wal-Mart. Nothing's going to be allowed to interfere with that.
>Saturday Protest Canceled In Hong Kong After Sudden Arrest Of Key Activists>Saturday's planned protest in Hong Kong has been canceled after the arrest of three of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protest leaders on Friday; Joshua Wong, Andy Chan, and Agnes Chow.>CNBC's Eunice Yoon notes that the arrests are being described on Chinese media as a crackdown on "the activists who create chaos in Hong Kong."https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/hong-kong-pro-democracy-activist-joshua-wong-arrested-ahead-weekend-protests
I see into my crystal ball... after years of international pressure, the the communist regime have released the dissidents and now they are flying to America as political refugees. On Whitey's dime, of course.
>>240726>Having key figures in your movement
brainlets. Yellow vests are still going strong.
>4 hour long protest stream from todayhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a98KN-cccKw&feature=youtu.be
Allegeded Hong Kong Protesters throwing tear gas bombs into a chinese army camp.
Police is no longer wearing ID batches for complaints and beating up both protesters and press.
Protesters have erected a Metal Bonfire in the middle of the street.
The chinese government did nothing wrong.
Reminder that supporting some glow in the dark color revolution in China is worse than Chinese communism.
It's across the world and really should be thought of in a light of whatever's advantageous for us. Out of principle, I oppose American intervention against China but I also oppose Chinese intervention in Hong Kong. It's hard not to like a movement who's putting Pepe back in open political discourse as a symbol against tyranny.
Western people are bound to think of the HK protesters favorably. Rather than fruitlessly try to paint China as the "good guys" (because only tankies think so), redpill them on how the protesters are not "for democracy" but for a more libertarian society that can only come about through free markets, and how this was the singular strength of Hong Kong for all this time.
Let me lay it down for all you crackers.
1. What does the Kong Konger's think:
Hong Kong is made up of many parts, including the main Hong Kong island. Where are the protests? Only in the Hong Kong Island, and *no where else*. The majority of Hong Kong dislike the protests, but they aren't reluctant to stop it. Why such an attitude? The HK people prefer stability and their familiar rule of law, but there is also nothing wrong with making noise and asking for more, nothing could come less of such protests.
They are already used to imperial rule from people appointed from Britain, now it is just a change in where the leadership comes from. The HK people *never* had democracy, and they are used to it.
They live in their security of the "One Country Two Systems" policy, which may be encroached upon depending on who you ask.
2. What does the serious smart(TM) non-hostile(TM) CCP(TM) people think:
You would be surprised, but not everyone from mainland is a raging commie wanting to give you liberation. Those who really sit down and consider the delicate interaction that the HK people and the mainlanders have, are in very much of a bind.
China want's to keep its gem of Hong Kong. Hong Kong is China's portal to the world, the current place still with the free trade agreements with the rest of the global community. This existence via the current rule of law is through "One Country Two Systems" where it dictates that HK is treated differently than the rest of China. (is the differential treatment becoming worse? Thats a different problem we can talk about late.)
The mainlanders actually really seriously, do not want to drive in to HK. Why? This will set a precedent of what this "One Country Two Systems" really means; it would mean that they will bloody drive the PLA into the region. It would disgrace, what it means whenever the mainland suggest the "One Country Two Systems" rule. By driving Military tanks into HK, they would have destroyed the few laws and societal arrangements that they want to accomplish to somehow prove they are an effective ruling nation.
It is no surprise that the mainland would accuse of foreign intervention.
3. Taiwan perspective:
What does this has to do with Taiwan? Well, we have a deal with china that is verbally different from the "One Country Two Systems," called the "One China Policy." This policy is a special one, and frankly, no one knows what it is, similar to how the two systems policy started out. In a way, the two systems policy is a 'what if' scenario for the taiwanese people. Whatever happens to the two systems policy, is in a way, something that could happen to us.
The KMT in Taiwan does not want bad things to happen to the two systems policy. They prefer to keep the future clear in the sense that the two systems shouldn't to be effecting Taiwan(ROC). If the mainland did anything terrible to the HK people, it could be a hint that they can treat Taiwan also poorly too.
On the other side of the isle, you have the DPP, who would just love to have mainland china drive the tanks over into HK, so that they can create a new nation called "Taiwan". The student protestors that caused the violent conflicts in the Kong Kong Islands (don't worry, the protests in other regions are peaceful), recently asked Taiwan to change its refugee bill. The DPP would be ecstatic if they can get the leader of the student protest, Alex Chow Yong-kang to come to speak and spread more fear in Taiwan.
The DPP members never even thought that it would be the thugs and triads that would come over, or the people that have infiltrated the HK student movement, to also come over to Taiwan, to sew chaos here.
4. (Perceived) American perspective:
The US bloody doesn't care jack about the HK people! HK is a great bargaining token for the US in the trade war. What mainland china has done is to try to destroy the US token in HK, by letting the protests drag out until they disperse before mainland china's national holiday of 10/1, the date where their china was created. The problem is, it has almost been 3 months, and the protests are not dying out, and without an inch backing down from the HK police force so far, there is not a lot of wiggle room for the HK government.
The extradition bill is actually very important to the US because most if not all CIA humint for the entire asia pacific region, comes from HK. Uncle Sam really does not want to loose his edge.
So the protection of their intelligence prowess is protected by NGO's like the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), and they are sewing chaos.
Q: You're against America? *le gasp*
A: Wow, Im sure CIA = U.S. and if your brain is really that small where you have to take sides on complicated matters, may God have mercy on your soul.
Q: You sound pro commie my dude.
A: Far from it, my ideal is for the CCP to realise their wrong ways and dissolve, where then the Republic Of China can come back into its rightful ruling place in China.
Q: Why are you so boring and caring about the real world consequences and not enjoying the popcorn cartoonish moral fagging battle that is presented to us on big screen tv?
A: Cus it's not your fucking life, you don't have any consequences either way. It is for those who live there though.
Q: I don't know man, you sound pretty pro CCP to me.
A: Hey, it gets nuanced when you're actually here. I'll be the first to condemn the CCP, since we actually have a huge fucking bone to pick with them, while D. Eisenhower actually approved of them, and recognised later, the PRC. So don't go criticising us about not being hard enough on shitty governments.
>>240918>more libertarian society>free markets>strength of Hong Kong
Hit the showers, bucko. This Chinaman shit has nothing to do with us or what's good for our people outside the fact that widespread civil unrest in China empowers the jews the way this state department bullshit always does, without fail. What I see is the same people who helped prevent this nonsense in Venezuela and Iran suddenly going neocon liberation because the glowniggers decided to fold Pepe into the mix this time. Nationalists aren't pianos and it's a goddamned shame to see them being played like they are. Not being into this bald faced appropriation doesn't make us commies or commie sympathizers, and neither does being opposed to the same old jewish interventionism. I don't know if you've noticed but perpetrating this revolution garbage on Chinese soil has not been good for the trade war. It's kinda fucking with our reasonable options bigly.
There has been 1100+ arrests, private recording of HK leader breaking down and saying she wants to quit, then denying it the next day saying she not abandon the position of HK leader no matter what.
Why is she so conflicted? Well because for Beijing to be able to say that they are doing a one country two systems, they have to respect the leadership of HK. But if she revealed that she has a stance publicly that isn't what Beijing wants, and also is directed by Beijing, it would fly in the face of Beijing's saying of them "respecting" HK. So thats why she acts publicly that she didn't want to leave, and that it was *HER* plan all along, nothing to do with what Beijing wants. We all know what is really happening here.
This is how the CCP kill people, through sheer power of psychological pressure and manipulation until one day, she runs through the streets naked and gets killed.
1. what is this phrase supposed to mean, nigger commie?
2. If the CIA/FBI actually worked in America's interests and was willing to destabilize foreign nations in an attempt to help pro-American factions take over the country, they would have already done this to Germany and the UK, two places where pro-freedom and anti-Merkel's Rapefugees and anti-EUglobohomopedomo sentiment is high.
Communist Party elected Mayor of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam,
vows to NOT
step down from office after Foreign News agency leaked secrets recording from a conference of her saying "I would step down if i could."
If the US was willing to fund revolutionary movements in other countries to gain more free and redpilled allies, it would have done this to Germany or London by now.
As that would cause the EU to crumble and we all know how much the EU loves China, cultural marxism, and white genocide.
They done fucked up. It's on now! ALL authoritarians around this world will fall to the Superior Races.
>What is the most likely outcome of these protests?
The Jews will increase in power at the expense of America's interests. I don't like China particularly, but at least they're not ZOG. I don't see any good reason to fuck with them. Democracy is gay, as are subversive State Department shenanigans.
>>245192>I don't like China particularly, but at least they're not ZOG
Reminder that China is the beneficiary of ZOG's work, most of the West's industry have been transferred there. China is totally in synchrony with the globalist faction.
100% this. they call them yellow jews in the east for a reason.
Having lived in China for a while I can confirm this to be true. However, I doubt that China is "in synchrony" with globalists so much that they're opportunistic nationalists who are taking advantage of our weakness thanks to globalism. They're trying to form their own path and they see the West as rivalrous.
i wouldn't exactly say they are nationalists. unless of course you are referring to the Taiwanese.
Your point is well-taken, but I would argue that there is still a meaningful distinction. The black is the beneficiary of the Jew at the expense of the white man, but that does not mean that blacks are Jews or that their ambitions line up in all cases.>>245204
Agreed, the Chinamen have merely taken advantage of the situation.>>245205
I suppose, but the Chinese do speak in a very nationalistic way, especially in regards to the Taiwanese.
>>245207>but the Chinese do speak in a very nationalistic way, especially in regards to the Taiwanese.
True. but in every other aspect they are commies through and through.
Only if you look at names exclusively. Pragmatically speaking the Chinese resemble national socialism the most, or at least some variant of NazBol "with Chinese characteristics™." Maoist days are long gone and not dearly missed.
Why exactly do they do they comes off as National Socialist? other than putting Muslims in camps?
They are a Han ethnostate and seek to unite all "Chinese" regions under them, hence their attitudes toward Taiwan and HK. They are, of course, heavily nationalistic in aspects of economy, domestic and foreign policy. Their people are taught as having a glorious past and about to lead the world into a new era. Although they don't follow some of the specifics of NatSoc Germany's economic policy, they are state capitalists, use aggressive economic intervention to promote "stability in society" and attempt to coordinate private firms. Media promoting "degeneracy" is banned or strictly controlled as well as having a no-nonsense attitude towards crime: it's not unheard of to be placed in front of a firing squad for selling drugs or for white-collar crime.
If you had to think of a NatSoc country in the modern day, China would be your best bet.
Not one, but both.
Han are most of the Chinese people, and of course, Han supremacy is the natural status quo.
Nice meme, but there are no ethnic Han Chinese left in the world. They've been bred out of existence by centuries of interbreeding (read: rape) with barbarians.
It's most certainly a joke, or some crackpot trying their hand at an op-ed.
No, they died out and merged with foreigners like every other Hochkulturen
>>245329Accidentally hit new reply without editing.
*...died out via selfish choice, the rest merging with foreigners like every other...
This colour coup managed to play Westerners like a damn fiddle precisely because of the vague and inconsistent definition of Communism, most of Americans couldn't distinguish Communism in China (which is in the name only) and marxist cultural degeneracy in their home country.
This document right here explains well the transition of Communism in 20th century:http://antimatrix.org/Convert/Books/Red_Symphony_Landowsky/red_symphony.htm
Wow. That's a lot to research.
It is a long read, and not a one to take lightly. And it is immensely interesting, specially the work of (((Them))) as the masters of war, hunger and chaos.
Protestors in Hong Kong have got wearable projectors to avoid facial recognition.
Just got back from the normal and uneventful days where nothing happened in Hong Kong, it's not looking good you guys. There's fewer people with each day. I hate to admit it but I think, but it looks like it's over.
Checked.>it looks like it's over.
Of course, the chinks still don't get it, shouting and breaking things will only annoy the oligarchs and nothing will change.
But, if the protestors hit the fuckers' money machine, for example the ability to carry on the financial businesses, then the puppet government will be more willing to accommodate the people's will.
Stand in front of a tank and make sure you get someone from brainwash house to film it. Or maybe just get run over as boy and tank has been done before.
Enjoy going to jail for turning me on (platonically, / it's not you, it's me).>>246809
You can since you're basically South Korean, right?
Do you think the Hong Kong protestors are going to start doing crazy and very wrong things like getting sledgehammers and using cars and making homemade bombs to destroy ATMs and break them wide open, smashing up the stores of chain businesses that do business in China/support it in any other way (especially McDonalds/Burger King), protesting outside military installations to call them all pussies for not defending Hong Kong from China, protesting outside retirement homes to call them all treasonous pussies for giving up their freedoms and damning their children to this war, swinging sledgehammers at ChiCom military "HongKong Police" faggots to break their limbs for a change or using real guns on these fags and then removing their helmets and plastering their faces all over social media to send "Your mask will not protect you, we will fight back in this war" messages, etc?
Do you think the Hong Kong protestors are going to keep getting bullied by China just like the Yellow Vests were bullied by the EU, or do you think they will match the escalating violence?
Only if they are chinese citizens.
Go to the UK, try to start a political party that 'gets to close' to the powerful or changing the system of governance. Do it so as to follow the law to the greatest required and practicable degree. Be banned anyway.
We know it happened to the Fascist party and that wasn't even like, related, or justified by need as the ideological warfare of the second world war. You've got to bin those opinions.
I'm afraid we all know it's highly illegal to siege post as well even if it's very cute and organizing or embracing workable radical practices is just a joke and a bro thing - don't organize by the way please, thanks.
Oh and antisemitic. Go to the US and try to say something about the kampfyshades or premium wunderbar soap.
Although I'm sure rarer given the nature and obfuscated quality of the law, holohoax laws are still awful. We live in our societies.
I should be able to talk to my fellow Nazis about my box turtles in peace on the internet """Anonymously."""
Maybe I'm just going to endup becoming a Doomer and give it up.
no its pretty much the same everywhere.
Reminds me of the scramble suits in A Scanner Darkly.
>>246908>Maybe I'm just going to endup becoming a Doomer and give it up>blackpill
I know the feeling. But don't dismay, from the chaos only order can arise.
Video related and highly advised.
There's no way a bunch of students could have made a plan so carefully prepared and also techonologically sufficient (which isn't cheap), it's just too professional as if they are being led by someone who knows exactly what the Chinese gov is capable of -_-
Good, CIA backed coups all need to die and puppets such as Joshua Wong jailed.
>>246920>it's just too professional as if they are being led by someone
After deploying industrial lasers (blue and green beams) to damage surveillance cameras, some credibility they have. >>233856 →
Also those facial projectors look like toys for parties or similar.
Hong Kong is the highest-IQ country in the world, they don't have a shortage of intellectual talent.>getting sledgehammers and using cars and making homemade bombs to destroy ATMs and break them wide open
That wouldn't have much of an effect. ATMs have a lot of cash for an individual person but on an economy scale they're chickenfeed. It's a nigger-tier level of looting.>smashing up the stores of chain businesses that do business in China/support it in any other way (especially McDonalds/Burger King)
That would have much more of an impact both economically and symbolically. However it's very immoral as even if you hate these companies they're not directly responsible for this. It's like beating up tourists who've been to mainland China. And again, nigger-tier looting.>protesting outside military installations to call them all pussies for not defending Hong Kong from China
In terms of PR that's probably the best bet though it wouldn't have any effect other than on morale. Plus it's dangerous as I bet these places are under high alert.>protesting outside retirement homes to call them all treasonous pussies for giving up their freedoms and damning their children to this war
China would sooner grant Hong Kong independence; Asians respect their elders and the protesters are not Antifa.>swinging sledgehammers at ChiCom military "HongKong Police" faggots to break their limbs for a change
Good thing riot police don't receive training and equipment specifically designed to counter makeshift melee weapons.>using real guns on these fags
Do you know how to smuggle guns into Hong Kong? I'd assume if you did you'd be doing so already.>Do you think the Hong Kong protestors are going to keep getting bullied by China just like the Yellow Vests were bullied by the EU, or do you think they will match the escalating violence?
The thing about such spirited protests in Hong Kong and France is that their economies are still reasonably prosperous even though the government's guts are hated. People will do a lot out of rebellion but they'll typically stop before murder or arson. Only when they start worrying if they'll eat tomorrow do the gloves come off.
/mlpol/ is a board of peace and I don't advocate any of the aforementioned activities.
>>246915>from the chaos only order may arise
I think most of us are aware of the cyclical nature of societies, but at the same time, what most of us are worried about is that that order will not come in our lifetimes, or that of our possible
children. We may lose all of our personal heritage before order arises once more.
Some of us already have lost our heritage by merit of being disavowed or having parents and siblings who despise their history and will never see what their ancestors did. I've lost my family line by disavowal. One of my two uncles is a race-mixer, the other is a neocon. Both parents burned the coal, one of them hates the very notion of race, the other is currently married to a highly liberal black man and seems more intent on pleasing a multiculty kike version of god than securing her heritage like I am. The only way that I will be able to secure my bloodline and heritage, is by leaving all contact with my parents and family and starting anew. It hurts, but it's the only way I know. And even that isn't a guarantee since I'm practically a kissless virgin. I lost my virginity, but it was to a thot and I haven't dated since that, two years ago
3 of them couldn't even snatched the gun from the cop's hands, pathetic
Things might be escalating in Hong Kong, protesters shot.https://youtu.be/N-zINR8YZHo
>>250187>Things might be escalating in Hong Kong, protesters shot.
I'm conflicted that If I was also in a position where I was surrounded by several black faced men that wished me harm that I would also shoot. But at the same time I probably wouldn't be a filthy Chinese commie goon that deserves to be shot.
>>250196>where I was surrounded by several black faced men that wished me harm that I would also shoot
There is something called proportion. The bot was in company of many of others bots and the people was disarmed, however he chose to murder. I am afraid escalation and retaliation in kind will come.
Hong Kong protesters defending the perimeter.
Moon of Allah are just deep peados. If you like to associate with boy love keep reading their shit. If you are a decent person who fucks people the same age as yourself then find some other source.
And, Trump just started WW3: archive.ph/feW82
>>253182>arresting three men who were allegedly testing home-made devices and chemicals in a secluded area
How did they even find them?> But intelligence showed there were two purposes behind the plot – one was to upgrade the power of the bombs, and the other to launch attacks at future assemblies or rallies," sai
Yep, makes perfect sense, "lets bomb our own rallies, that'll show 'em.>If this keeps up, China will be virtually forced to shut down the protests - all in the name of fighting terrorism.
So basically they need to invade and take control of Hong Kong to stop the Hong Kongers from hurting themselves?
Fantastic, honestly seems more like they just sent in two chinese mainlanders and paid them to bomb the rallies, only to arrest them early on for "moral justifications" for what they're about to do. Its already likely that they've been sending in provocative agents to excuse their lethal uses of force.