Hong Kong leader to address protesters in person

Hong Kong leader to address protesters in person

Hong Kong’s embattled chief executive is expected to offer an apology to protesters in person. This comes a day after Carrie Lam, in a meeting with a group of about 20 educators on Monday, claimed her decision to suspend the bill on Saturday meant ’total withdrawal’. Meanwhile, the Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a forceful endorsement of Lam on Monday.

KCooper
KCooper
Naidu VGA
Naidu VGA 1 year

What else can we expect from red commies. They want to spread their control on he whole South China Sea. Taiwan is a real annoyance. HK cannot be allowed to show resistance under any circumstances

Joseph McHugh
Joseph McHugh 1 year

If it ain't about resigning she can stuff it.

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Look up China Uncensored (YouTube channel) you'll see video in the streets, people are protesting peacefully and cops are tear gassing in hopes of retaliation thus justification to come down on them. Typical facist tactic.

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