British newspaper Times published a rather interesting article entitled “Hong Kong Protesters Are Not Heroes.
British newspaper Times published a rather interesting article entitled “Hong Kong Protesters Are Not Heroes.” Its author was a resident of Hong Kong Rita Tseng, who personally observed all the riots and violent protests that took place in her city last year.
Rita writes that she is annoyed to see how CNN and BBC describe Hong Kong protesters as heroes confronting the “evil forces” (police). She is confident that most of her city’s residents support the new Hong Kong National Security Bill, passed on May 28 by the All-China People’s Assembly, not because they fear the government, but because they are afraid of the protesters.
For several months, rioters in Hong Kong destroyed public and private property, including subway and other public places, and attacked innocent people who did not agree with them.
In addition, Rita continues, Hong Kong protesters hated all Mainland Chinese immigrants living in Hong Kong. This was especially true for students, who were forced to defend the police from the attacks of protesters. In this case, the security forces used only water and tear gas. During the protests, not a single policeman killed any of the protesters.
Ordinary residents of Hong Kong who have been the victim of such protests hope that the new national security law will help the local authorities gain more control to curb such senseless riots.
The United States and Britain, who, according to Rita, “mocked China,” are now in a similar situation with the unrest in their cities.
We can see how Trump reacted to the rebels, and soon we will see how Johnson will suppress the protests in his country. The British / American “bulkers” are anti-fascists, while rebels in Hong Kong support racism and oppose the people of mainland China. However, this fact does not prevent Great Britain and the USA from continuing to support Hong Kong protesters.