On October 21, CCP killer Guo Wengui had an important message to send to the world: We have found the locations in Hong Kong where evil police of the Chinese Communist Party used to hide the corpses, destroy the corpses and transport the dead bodies of Hong Kong’s young protesters.
Over the weekend, we have seen one more time over one million people turn out for demonstrations in different districts of Hong Kong. Among the 300 thousand protesters at Kowloon, it was easy to see touching scenes of people hugging each other, young and old, to comfort each other and deliver hope. Anyone would be moved with tears at those moments.
A mother said to her son by phone, “Please don’t go for the protest today. It is too dangerous!”
Her young son said, “Mother, don’t worry! I can take care of myself.”
The mother asked, “Where are you now? Please do not go out.”
The son said, “I am home now. I’m not going out today.”
The mother said, “Don’t lie to me. I know you are outside.”
The son said, “Mother, don’t worry! I will be fine.” The young boy turned off his phone, standing on the street together with many of his friends, continuing their fight for freedom and democracy. But the mother was sad that her son might never come home again.
Guo Wengui said Hong Kong is collapsing. Its financial system is collapsing as the CCP has used up the resources of the former colony. Guo gave an example that to build the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, Hong Kong was forced to pay 120 billion yuan, much more than the budgeted 72.6 billion. Projects like this have only enriched the CCP leaders; they have done nothing to help the ordinary citizens of Hong Kong.
Today, three more US senators have backed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, including presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
The bill, which would place tough sanctions on Hong Kong officials like Carrie Lam and other CCP supporters, could go to a Senate vote this week. It was passed by the House of Representatives with no objection last week.
Mainstream media report today that the Central Government of China is drawing up a plan to replace Carrie Lam with an “interim” Chief Executive. Her last supper with the CCP regime seemed to end soon.
These days, Chinese internet VIPs gathered for the so-called World Internet Conference. There is no free internet in China with the notorious Great Firewall. BAT and other tech giants have colluded with the CCP regime to stop the spread of truth about China and thus have become the enemies of the Chinese people. This could also be their gathering for the last supper.
Later this week, US Vice President Mike Pence is said to deliver a thunder-storm speech on new US policies towards Communist China. And recognizing Taiwan as an independent sovereign state by disposing the One China Policy could be one of the policy highlights, according to sources.
These two days, Chinese Vice-President is in Japan attending the enthronement ceremony of the Japanese emperor. He is said to be meeting with many financiers and politicians of the world including US Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao. The CCP leader is doing his best to influence the wording of the final version of Mike Pence’s speech. But his efforts shall be in vain.
The US has not only engaged with Communist China in a trade war or economic war. This is a global fight against the Communist regime and the purpose is to completely take down the Chinese dictatorship.
Few hundred miles off the western coast of the Philippines, the roar of American warplanes punctuates the air. The USS Ronald Reagan is carrying out drills above the South China Sea, a 1.4 million-square-mile expanse of deep blue at the heart of a slow-brewing dispute between the US and China, the Telegraph reported on Sunday.
The report said that the action does not go unnoticed. Soon after entering these waters, satellite images show the ship is surrounded by Chinese vessels. The defence ministry in Beijing lodges a complaint, accusing the US of provocation by “flexing its muscles” in Chinese territory.
The global fight against communism is full-scaled, not just economically, culturally, ideologically, but also militarily. The crisis in Hong Kong could be the CCP’s last supper of bloody buns.
Everything is just the beginning.
By Cloudy Seagail
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