Get the App
Join our growing community to challenge mainstream media bias and fix the news
Hong Kong’s Basic Law at threat on account of China’s due national security law

Hong Kong’s Basic Law at threat on account of China’s due national security law

The law of ’One Country, Two Systems’ followed in Hong Kong entitled the city to its traditional freedom. The National security law, followed in mainland China, jails the people speaking against the ruling Communist Party. China defends its new law stating that the basic law was threatened to its very base. The new law would prevent attempts to split the country and any terrorist activities.

Khwahish
Khwahish
Yoshiki
Yoshiki 3 months

Prime example of why the CCP can't be trusted, from trade to politics to everything else, they break international laws, rules and sense whenever possible. It is obvious that they think the rest of the world is too busy dealing with the wuflu that they can do whatever they want now, they are highly mistaken of that's the case, as unemployment in China sky rockets and internal demands together with exports fall, they will be easily hurt by any sanctions the west places on them. Does look like the beginning of the end for the CCP. Can they fight the world?

Aaron
Aaron 3 months

Communist care! LOL, oh the humanity!

Top in World