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China media, HK government bristle at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions

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Seems  like this new legislation is  not dis similar the US Homeland Security legislation !

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Whoever owns that building will be hoping for a quick sale.

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my question is why this is considered a US problem when it should be a UK issue.  they are the ones who set up this nutty system of one country/two systems thing.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

But China's state media pushed back, saying this would hurt the United States more than China.

 

Okay then, turn the screws...

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5 hours ago, Dumbastheycome said:

Seems  like this new legislation is  not dis similar the US Homeland Security legislation !

Yep, plus China did show better restrain never once launched national guards onto HK streets. Also not a single casualty on protesters side except a suicidal case - protesters claimed 6 missing or dead all been found alive well later, even Mainland supporters was routinely abused even racially teased( Some rightwing stores: no service to Mandarin speaker, this event had huge impact in Chinese society even many protester leaders viewed as shame and bad PR )

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Just have to accept that HK is part of China, just like Macau.

Once again if the protesters had not turned nasty this law may not have been written.

Organized, paid thugs do no one any good

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