Winnie the Pooh’s Oppression of Hong Kong

Today the Chinese regime announced the trashing of the Hong Kong agreement between the UK democratic government and the socialist regime of China.

Here France24 says,

In an unprecedented decision, the law bypassed Hong Kong’s fractious legislature and the wording was kept secret from the city’s 7.5 million inhabitants.

“The national security law for Hong Kong was officially passed by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee today,” the DAB, Hong Kong’s largest pro-Beijing party, said in a statement on Tuesday welcoming the law.

Wen Wei Po and Ta Kung Pao — two Hong Kong newspapers that serve as conduits for Beijing’s official policy — also confirmed the passing of the law, as did multiple local Hong Kong media outlets citing anonymous sources in Beijing.

Even as word filtered out that the law had been approved, Hong Kongers remained in the dark about its contents and what might now constitute a crime.

Since then, more has come to light. Basically Hong Kong has had its autonomy taken away, so that now Hong Kong is merely a city within the authoratarian, communist, police state of China. This means the Chinese secret police will be operating in Hong Kong as the operate throughout China, committing human rights abuses against anyone who doesn’t tow the party line of Winnie the Pooh and his cohorts. Hong Kongers could get life in jail for saying anything about the Chinese government or it’s self obsessed leader who looks like Winnie the Pooh, Xi Jinping.

Here Al Jezeera says,

“It’s very symbolic that this law has been passed just a day before the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover from Britain back to mainland China,” she said. “It seems to be Beijing telling the people that at the end of the day it is China that is in charge in Hong Kong and China’s leaders will do whatever they deem necessary to protect Hong Kong.” 

Pro-democracy protesters observe a minute of silence during a protest after China's parliament passes a national security law for Hong Kong
Pro-democracy protesters observe a minute of silence during a protest after China’s parliament passes a national security law for Hong Kong, in Hong Kong, China June 30, 2020 [Tyrone Siu/Reuters]

So China have curtailed liberty the day before the anaversary of the handover to send a message that China is in charge now and therefore Hong Kongers are oppressed just like everybody in China.

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