They're just going to stop being the pearl of Asia if they keep this up, which is probably the goal.
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Code Rood wrote:Of course that Zionist dog John Bolton is pictured there. Causing trouble everywhere he goes. 2020 US elections are going to be fun. The US economy is inextricably linked to China's. They affect each other. So expect even more chaos at your doorstep, Americans.
In the meantime, China is probably going to force Hong Kong to become communitarian (with all the great ingredients that come with it) like the rest of China if they have to, which has been the plan for ages anyway.
Code Rood wrote:I don't know what you mean. What part of the comment was ''anti-Semitic''?
Palmyrene wrote:I'm not referring to just this post. I'm referring the beliefs you've expressed on this forum. You oppose Israel for anti-semitic reasons (because you think Jews rule the world) not because you care about oppression or Palestinians.
It comes across as disingenious to me.
Code Rood wrote:Okay. So can you send me to my most ''anti-Semitic'' comment on this forum? I'm sure I can explain it further into detail if it need to be, but I'm afraid you probably have already made up your mind.
Palmyrene wrote:Look dude, quite frankly you've basically bought into the whole "Jews rule the world" thing but have replaced "Jews" with "Zionists". You might claim that you're not anti-semitic or whatever, but in the end, it's rather obvious to anyone whose bothered to look.
Code Rood wrote:You still haven't send me to my most ''anti-Semitic'' comment on this forum. I want to know how naughty I really am. Calling someone a Zionist dog isn't ''anti-Semitic'', since there are also non-Jewish Zionists like Joe Biden. Can we at least agree on that?
Palmyrene wrote:Yes we can.
But Zionists don't rule the world. Life is not quite that simple.
Code Rood wrote:You're right. Zionists have no power whatsoever. In fact, they're so powerless that laws are being pushed/created that will stop people from criticizing and boycotting Israel and Zionists.
Who are you trying to fool here? If Zionists aren't drunk with power, then I'm Santa Claus.
Palmyrene wrote:Remember one thing: Israel is the West's puppet, not the other way around.
Palmyrene wrote:It's their little pet project, their little angel. Silencing criticism of Israel is no different from silencing criticism of their own governments.
Code Rood wrote:Uh-huh...
All the Israeli dual citizens and blackmailed Israel-firsters in high positions of power in the USA, but Israel is somehow the West's puppet. Israelis drink champagne in Tel Aviv and enjoy all the stolen riches, while Americans have filthy water in places like Flint, Michigan.
And USS Liberty vets might want to have a word with you. They also might want to slap you in the face. Every vet is openly ''celebrated'', except for them. Why is that? Can you take a guess? Do they know something that we aren't allowed to know about? Like the fact that they were deliberately being torpedoed and napalmed by Israel?
Pet project? Their little angel? No, it makes a lot more sense that the USA has been successfully infiltrated and taken over.
Palmyrene wrote:The biggest lobbyists of Israel are Christian Evangelicals who believe that Jesus will come and murder all of them for some reason.
It is their pet project and Israel itself is entirely dependant upon foreign aid.
Code Rood wrote:People like Hagee? They aren't really Christians. They put the State of Israel above Christ. They pretty much follow the Noahide Laws.
But yes, let's play it safe. We don't really want to feel the heat. People may think we're ''anti-Semites''. Let's just blame it on the masses of brainwashed idiots who would sell their daughters to Netanyahu if it was demanded or if it meant that Jesus was coming back. Of course these people are a problem, but how did they become so idiotic?
Anti-Hong Kong democracy protest in Sydney marred by ugly confrontations
By Nick Bonyhady and Vicky Xiuzhong Xu
Updated August 17, 2019 — 8.07pmfirst published at 5.26pm
An anti-Hong Kong democracy rally turned ugly in Sydney's CBD on Saturday, with protesters shouting jingoistic slogans and two men escorted away under police protection after they were confronted by rally attendees.
The protesters, most of them believed to be migrants from mainland China, attended the rally to support Beijing’s policies in Hong Kong. The group gathered at Belmore Park about noon and marched to Sydney Town Hall, chanting "long live China", with attendance estimates varying from 200 to 3000.
An anti-democracy protester grabs a man with a Taiwanese man around the neck at a rally in Sydney.
An anti-democracy protester grabs a man with a Taiwanese man around the neck at a rally in Sydney.CREDIT:AAP
During the protest, an elderly man holding a sign supporting freedom in Hong Kong was escorted away by police after being surrounded and verbally abused by mainland protesters. "He’s being protected by the police, otherwise we’d beat him to death," a woman said in Mandarin as others cursed at him "Traitor! Traitor!"
A man holding a Taiwanese flag was confronted by rally attendees at the tail end of the event and appeared to be grabbed around the neck by another man before he fell to the ground. Police later broke up the fracas and escorted the man to safety.
Several speakers led the rally in aggressive anti-Hong Kong protest chants.
Several speakers led the rally in aggressive anti-Hong Kong protest chants.CREDIT:SMH
Police said one person at the rally was taken into custody to prevent a breach of the peace and was released without charge.
A Sydney resident who attended the rally but did not give his name, said: "Only one incident occurred where someone tried to spread disinformation but they were kicked out by the Chinese community."
It comes after two men were moved on from protests in Melbourne today and scuffles broke out between pro and anti-democracy protesters in that city on Friday night.
During the rally, the crowd named individual student leaders in Hong Kong and called for a crackdown. The crowd cheered: "Those in Hong Kong who don’t love HK, get the f--- out! If you don’t love China, you’re our enemy! Isolate them! Get the f--- out!" In response, someone shouted: "Hong Kong separatists are c---s!"
Many who participated in the rally were well-dressed young students angered by the protests in Hong Kong and reactions in Australia. They dubbed their rally "Hong Kong No Riot", holding pictures of what they called "riots" in Hong Kong and condemned those in Australia who support the "rioters".
The organisers, including a man named Liang Junshen (Jack) who said he was a former university student in Sydney, took weeks to purchase the Chinese flags and design posters. However, a group on WeChat (a Chinese messaging app) where participants were mobilised was taken down days before the rally following heated political discussions that triggered concerns from Chinese censors. Mr Liang said he was in meetings with other leaders of the rally, but denied that they had any political affiliations or was connected to Chinese officials.
Familiar faces from previous pro-China protests were at today's rally: a young Chinese couple who spoke at the rally had attempted to disrupt a talk at Sydney University earlier this year about China’s mass detention of the Uighur people.
Another protester who told the crowd "if you are a separatist, I wish death upon your father", played an active role in another pro-China rally in 2017 that was reportedly organised by the Chinese consulate in Sydney.
Earlier this month The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age revealed one student's account of how his family in China was approached by authorities after he participated in a pro-democracy Hong Kong protest in Brisbane.
Police remove a Chinese nationalist from a Melbourne rally in support of Hong Kong democracy protesters.
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A post from the state-owned Chinese newspaper The People's Daily on Twitter portrayed the protest as a peaceful and cheerful event and posts on WeChat cast it in a similarly positive light.
The Chinese Ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye issued a statement on the morning of the protests in Sydney, describing protesters in Hong Kong as exhibiting "radical, violent and illegal behaviours".
"Their behaviours have grossly trampled on the rule of law and social order in Hong Kong, seriously threatened the local residents' life and safety, severely jeopardised Hong Kong's prosperity and stability. No responsible government would sit idly by," the ambassador said.
"Hong Kong affairs are solely the internal affairs of China."
Hong Kong has been rocked by weeks of street protests, some attended by more than a million people, demanding democracy for the city, which is governed under a separate arrangement to the rest of China.
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