China Spokeswoman Goes Full-On Condemning Bossy US and Their Spook Operations in Hong Kong

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 7, 2019

The entire revolution in Hong Kong is a CIA spook operation.

The PRC was at first hesitant to say this aloud. They aren’t anymore.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told the facts exactly as they are during a Monday press conference.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China:

The violent radicals in Hong Kong smashed their way into the Legislative Building and the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong SAR with iron sticks. They wantonly vandalized public facilities, obstructed public traffic and illegally stored dangerous goods and offensive weapons. They attacked the police in lethal means, beat them and even bit their fingers off. They tarnished the national emblems and national flags.

Those scenes have been witnessed by people around the world. How on earth can those individuals in the US call them “peaceful demonstrations”? All people with a conscience will agree that such violent behaviors have already crossed the bottom-line of any civilized society. They crossed the line of peaceful demonstration and freedom of expression. They gravely trampled on Hong Kong’s rule of law, threatened local people’s safety and property and violated the principle of “one country, two systems.”

Such things simply cannot be tolerated. The US doesn’t mention them at all. It has turned a blind eye to the power abuse and violent law enforcement of police at home. But at the same time, it blatantly criticized and even tried to smear the professional, civilized and constrained law enforcement of Hong Kong police. This will only help the world to see how arrogant, biased, hypocritical, ruthless, selfish and bossy the US is. Is rampant violence and collapse of rule of law something the US calls “human rights and freedom”?

We again urge the US to stop conniving at violent criminals, undermining the administration by the SAR government in accordance with law and interfering in Hong Kong affairs. No one should underestimate China’s firm resolve to implement the “one country, two systems” principle and safeguard prosperity and stability in Hong Kong.

That’s as straight as the thing can be told.

No mincing of words there.

Meanwhile, the shills in Hong Kong don’t even have real demands. Of their five demands, three of them relate to the protests themselves:

  • Complete withdrawal of an extradition bill that would allow suspects to be tried in China
  • Retraction of the “riot” designation of a June 12 protest
  • Release and exoneration of arrested protesters
  • Formation of an independent commission of inquiry into police handling of the protests
  • Dissolving the Legislative Council by executive order and the immediate implementation of genuine universal suffrage

Having protests to protest the handling of previous protests is like trying to charge Donald Trump for covering up a crime he didn’t commit. It is just nonsense.

The extradition law, which ostensibly started all of this, is just basic common sense. Right now, Hong Kong has Israel-style extradition procedures, where a Hong Kongese person can murder someone in Taiwan and/or the mainland and not be extradited.

Back in April, Hong Kong revealed that they weren’t planning to extradite a man who killed his girlfriend in Taiwan. That happened just before this whole charade got started. What kind of a demand is it that they should be allowed to go to other parts of China and kill people and escape prosecution? That is not reasonable.

As far as wanting “more democracy” – fuck off. They already have suffrage in Hong Kong. The Legislative Council existed BEFORE the handover to China. It was set up in 1843 by the British, and is the equivalent of a parliament. This is not a real demand. It is like if people in America were protesting for Congress to be abolished in favor of direct democracy – and anyway, it has nothing to do with the Chinese! I don’t even think it could be abolished given the nature of the “one country, two systems” system, as that enshrines certain aspects of the functioning of Hong Kong democracy.

No aspect of these “protests” are real. They are riots incited by the CIA as part of a war strategy against China, which is, unlike the United States, a civilized and peaceful nation.

I hope that Hua is right and the world is able to see this for what it is.