Communist China has put on a show for the world in Beijing. But the world’s eyes are on Hong Kong.
On October 1, a teenager was shot by the armed police in Hong Kong with a live bullet!
Hong Kong Protesters clashed with police on the day of celebration marking the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. More than 100,000 have turned out in a major escalation of recent protests in spite of a ban.
There were several instances Tuesday when armed police drew their weapons, including two with bloodied faces who pointed pistols, as protesters and riot police fought fierce battles at multiple locations in the city on edge, with many determined to spoil the October 1 anniversary of Communist rule.
Riot police fired tear gas in at least six locations and used water cannons in the business district as protesters turned streets into battlefields.
The single pistol shot, fired by the officer as protesters swarmed toward him, hit the 18-year-old on the left side of his chest at close range, police spokeswoman Yolanda Yu said.
Besides the regular Five Demands, the demonstrations have turned their voice to target the central dictatorship, urging the Chinese Communist Party to “return power to the people.”
“Today we are out to tell the Communist Party that Hong Kong people have nothing to celebrate,” said activist Lee Cheuk-yan as he led the downtown march. “We are mourning that in 70 years of Communist Party rule, the democratic rights of people in Hong Kong and China are being denied. We will continue to fight.”
CCP killer Guo Wengui said in his live broadcast on Tuesday, “CCP is comparable to Hilter, who has kidnapped its people for 70 years. It has over 2 million uyghurs imprisoned in Xinjiang besides countless other human rights violations. Countless uyghur families were shattered and people were vanished. It’s just like when Nazi put Jews into the concentration camps.”
“Now on the streets of Hong Kong, people shed blood, even were killed, made disappeared, lost their freedom. The CCP is just like Hilter. What was Hitler scared of the most? Not, the U.S., UK, or their allies, but its biggest propaganda machine Goebbel. Today China’s Wang Huning is like him. When a lie is told one thousand times, it becomes the truth. Hitler turned all his propaganda machines in Germany into his weapons. He claimed a good movie was more powerful than any weapon to have our children 100% subdued to us.”
On the CCP’s National Day of parades and marches, to demonstrate the unity of the Party, we have seen former President Jiang Zemin also out on the stage of the Heavenly Gate Tower, together with most other veteran CCP leaders. 94-year old Jiang was too weak to walk or stand. He was supported by two servants.
In his speech, President Xi emphasized the party’s favorite theme of “peaceful rise,” telling the mass crowd at Tiananmen Square, “We will continue to work with people from all countries to push for jointly building a community with a shared future for humanity.”
The shows are no doubt magnificent in many ways, but unfortunately these hardworking, intelligent and creative Chinese people are under the brutal rule of a dictatorship.
At that moment, we believe that many Chinese know what this National Day parade is all about and what the CCP is celebrating for. Those weapons for display are for only one purpose: to kill its people and to threaten the world.
Guo Wengui said, “We can say that those soldiers here rarely came from the CCP families. All are low income family kids. Those female soldiers are mostly kids from peasant families too. To be precise, they are sex service providers in the army. Can they fight?”
By Winnie Troppie
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon discusses the brutality protesters are encountering in Hong Kong and the CCP’s 70 years anniversary on October 1.