China’s National Day: a time for celebrations or mourning?

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This weekend in Hong Kong, pro-democracy demonstrators and riot police clashed once more, the latest incidents in a protest movement that has been taking place for about four months now. The increasing violence and continued anti-Chinese unrest in Hong Kong are worrying both sides, as Chinese leaders prepare to celebrate China’s National Day on October 1—the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China—and protest leaders fear a potential crackdown. (Alan Taylor of the Atlantic)

Hong Kong now faces bloodshed, repression, rape, gang rape and more brutality on a daily basis. A 16-year-old girl in Hong Kong said yesterday she was gang-raped by police during her detention and those policemen must have come from the mainland as they spoke Mandarin, CCP killer Guo Wengui revealed in his live broadcast over the weekend.

An Indonesian journalist was shot in the face by a rubber bullet or beanbag round fired by police in a bridge near Wan Chai MTR station on September 30.

On Sunday, the armed police in Hong Kong arrested over 100 protesters. Many more people were arrested in their own homes. Many policemen in Hong Kong are actually PLA troops in disguise. For months, many people were made disappeared not just in Hong Kong, but across the border in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces.

This is not just a critical time for Hong Kong but a critical time for the world, as the CCP has spread its threats across the globe.

The U.S.-China trade war is getting “considerably worse” and comments at the United Nations General Assembly suggest no end in sight, according to Ian Bremmer, the New York-based president of Eurasia Group, Bloomberg reported.

The conflict between the U.S. and the CCP is a matter of life and death. The biggest threat that the CCP poses to the U.S. is not via fentanyl or capital, but rather the destruction of the most perfect manufacturing system in the U.S., says Guo Wengui in his whistle blow over the weekend.

This week, the U.S. government must have tougher actions of sanctions against CCP’s human rights violations in Hong Kong as a gift to the dictatorship’s last chance of “National Day” celebrations in its 70 years’ history.

“We will continue to fully and faithfully implement the principle of One Country Two Systems and Hong Kong People Administering Hong Kong, ” President Xi said during a celebrating event on September 29, adding China’s approach is to ensure that Hong Kong “prosper and progress alongside the mainland and embrace an even brighter future.”

Look at this picture of President Xi Jinping and the “national hero” Madam Shen Jilan – the facial expression of their helplessness, ignorance, stubbornness, and constraint shows fully the complete loss, hopelessness and despair of the CCP leader over his dictatorship. The spirit of the Chinese nations looks so far away, and what’s left is a broken “China Dream” haunted by the specter of communism. Good job of the Xinhua News photographer – he has taken the peerless picture of an era that is going to be buried with the stupidity and crimes of these two historic figures.

The CCP’s top level is out of control. Zhongnanhai is out of control. The Chinese army is out of control. Now God has sent two million Hong Kongers to take down the CCP, together with the President of the United States, Nancy Pelosi, and even Hillary Clinton. There is also a group of hawks behind them – warriors of our Expose Revolution, said Guo Wengui.

Guo said a martial law is actually enforced in many districts of Beijing and across the country ahead of the 70 anniversary celebrations. What the CCP leadership fears most now is not the ordinary people, but its own army that may start a military coup from the inside any moment.

Apart from the mourning “celebrations” in Beijing, the world’s focus of attention is in Hong Kong. The following is a group of photos edited by Alan Taylor of the Atlantic on the fight of courageous Hong Kongers against the evil police.

Police detain pro-democracy demonstrators during a demonstration in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

A statue of a demonstrator is displayed as anti-government protesters attend a rally at Edinburgh Place in Hong Kong on September 27, 2019, to show solidarity with arrested political activists being held at San Uk Ling detention center.

Laser pointers flash above the heads of people attending a rally in the Admiralty area of Hong Kong on September 28, 2019. Thousands of Hong Kongers gathered on September 28 to mark the fifth anniversary of the Umbrella Movement, the failed pro-democracy campaign that laid the groundwork for the massive protests currently engulfing the city.

  • People point lasers at a hovering helicopter during a rally to mark the fifth anniversary of the Umbrella Movement, in the Admiralty area of Hong Kong on September 28, 2019.

    Protesters holding umbrellas gather in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    A police officer reacts to protesters in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    Demonstrators and police face off in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    A police officer pepper-sprays anti-government protesters during a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district on September 29, 2019.

    A riot-police officer holds a sign during a demonstration in the Causeway Bay district on September 29, 2019.

    Anti-government protesters cover themselves during a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Admiralty district on September 29, 2019.

    A riot-police officer fires tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters on September 29, 2019.

    An anti-government protester uses a tennis racket to hit a tear-gas canister during a clash with riot police in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    Protestors use a slingshot to throw bricks and stones toward the Legislative Council Building on September 29, 2019.

    Anti-government protesters run away from blue-colored water sprayed by police near the Legislative Council Building in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    A protester throws a tear-gas round back at police during a demonstration on September 29, 2019.

    Riot-police officers arrest demonstrators outside the Legislative Council Building in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on September 29, 2019.

    An umbrella lies in the street as anti-government protesters demonstrate in Hong Kong’s Admiralty district on September 29, 2019.

    Hong Kong police escort a detained protester near the central government offices after thousands took part in an unsanctioned march through Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    A man gets help as anti-government protesters march in the Admiralty district on September 29, 2019.

    An anti-government protester throws a Molotov cocktail during a demonstration near the Legislative Council Building on September 29, 2019.

    An anti-government protester throws a Molotov cocktail toward riot-police officers inside the Wan Chai station on September 29, 2019.

    Police walk past graffiti that reads “Liberate Hong Kong. Revolution of our times” at a bus stop on September 29, 2019.

    Anti-government protesters crawl under a tiny gap in a metal gate that rescuers pried open to escape from Admiralty Centre, where they were trapped by riot police, on September 29, 2019.

    Posters and graffiti cover a bus-stop advertising screen after a protest march through Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    Journalists stand near a fire set by protesters on a main street in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019.

    A security officer closes a door at the entrance to an office building vandalized by pro-democracy protesters after clashes with police on September 29, 2019.

    Pro-democracy protesters hold a press conference in Hong Kong on September 30, 2019.

    People form a human chain in support of the protest movement, in the harbor area of Hong Kong on September 30, 2019.

    Students gather during a schoolchildren’s strike in support of the protest movement in Hong Kong on September 30, 2019.

    By Cloudy Seagail

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