Hong Kong focus: PLA troops deployed at northern border

An oath taking ceremony for the 70th anniversary of China was held on Tuesday morning in Guangdong at a police training centre involving 19,000 police.

CCP killer Guo Wengui tweeted on Guo.media: The Chinese Communist Party is to be eliminated at Xijiao State Guest Hotel in Shanghai.

Guo Wengui said in his whistle-blow that the PLA troops may be sent into Hong Kong streets for crackdown on August 4-6. The Hong Kong government has requested the PLA garrison in Hong Kong to enforce martial law.

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Chinese military garrison chief in Hong Kong says army is determined to protect China’s sovereignty, stoking fears of intervention

The head of the Chinese army in Hong Kong has spoken on the protests for the first time, saying the unrest has “seriously threatened the life and safety” of the people and should not be tolerated.

The commander of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) garrison in Hong Kong warned it was “determined to protect national sovereignty, security, stability and the prosperity of Hong Kong”.

The remarks were made by Chen Daoxiang on Wednesday at a reception celebrating the 92nd anniversary of the PLA. They came the day after 43 protesters were charged with rioting and released on bail. Some of those charged were as young as 16 and included a Cathay Pacific pilot.

-The Guardian

White House Eyeing Chinese Forces Gathered on Hong Kong Border

The White House is monitoring what a senior administration official called a congregation of Chinese forces on Hong Kong’s border.

Weeks of unrest in the Chinese territory have begun to overwhelm Hong Kong’s police, who have found themselves in violent clashes with protesters. China warned Monday that the civil disorder had gone “far beyond” peaceful protest after police deployed tear gas over the weekend.

The nature of the Chinese buildup wasn’t clear; the official said that units of the Chinese military or armed police had gathered at the border with Hong Kong. The official briefed reporters on a range of issues on condition he not be identified.

Reported by Bloomberg

Thousands of Chinese police hold mass gathering next to Hong Kong

Almost 20,000 uniformed police held a mass ceremony on Tuesday in Guangzhou, the mainland Chinese capital closest to Hong Kong, apparently sparking nerves at the White House.

Photographs of the oath taking ceremony involving special police, regular police and traffic police to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China’s founding were contained in a report on the Guangdong police website.

The Guangdong police website said Tuesday morning’s ceremony involved 19,000 police and was held to boost morale “in order to resolutely fight and win the fortification war of security guarantee and stability maintenance for the 70th anniversary”.

The “summer training” was held at Guangdong’s police training centre. Photographs showed police drones, helicopters, motorcycles and vehicles also passing by a rostrum.

Reported by Sydney Morning Herald

Hong Kong protests: Police officer points gun at protesters

What does he want to do? He wants to open fire? Or just a threat?

A police officer has been caught on camera brandishing a large gun at protesters in Hong Kong.

The incident came during clashes outside the Kwai Chung police station where dozens of protesters are being held.

Reported by BBC

Edited by staff
Updated August 1.


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