Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters arrested in Hong Kong

Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters arrested in Hong Kong


the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong
has entered its 22nd week of unrest and the protests over the weekend were
particularly violent and intense for more on this and other news around the
world let’s go to our kingdom II at the Arirang News Center no Tommy hundreds of
demonstrators were arrested over the weekend
reckoning Hong Kong police arrested several hundreds of people including 200
on a Saturday alone an entire tiny sentiment it has a grown stronger than
ever political differences led to a fight at
a shopping mall where a man attacked a family of four with a knife leaving a
total of six people injured one of the injured included a district counselor
who had part of his ear bitten off and on a Saturday of protestors took to the
streets with their guerrilla Gerald rallies across the island buildings
including China’s official Xinhua news agency were vandalized by protesters and
armed a riot police fired tear gas at them the protests followed China’s
acclaim last week to tighten control over Hong Kong and Macau particularly
when it comes to national security issues and nomination of principal
officers

7 Comments on "Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters arrested in Hong Kong"


  1. What would Korea (south) do to vandals and criminals like those who are violently destroying HK? At least would arrest and send to jail, not to mention facing court. Well, thats how it must be under the rule of LAW, and thats how it must be in HK also. Dont be hypocrites

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  2. Lend me your ear. That's the essence of democracy. And the man who bit the politician's ear off proved that a lowly citizen in Hong Kong can still have the ear of the politicians and ruling class.

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  3. Fuck these race traitors pro democracy sucking their white daddy's dicks. Its time to rid these losers from Asia.

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  4. Looks like the 50 cent army found this video; I think they really do love being slaves of the chinese communist party.

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  5. I am a Tiananman squre incident 1989 witness. I do see the Hongkong unrest is descenting toward that direction quickly.

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