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Post time 2019-8-6 07:55:05 |Display all floors
This post was edited by ArkOne at 2019-8-6 07:58

The situation in Hong Kong is going out of hands. It now involves the civil service that is testing the patients of the Chinese Authority and this is a bad posture for it is way out of its alignment.

The Central Government should have no qualm to bring down such oppression by the Hong Kongers and during that process those arrested during the operation should be extradited back to the mainland to face trial as it can be seen that the local courts in HK are no longer able to do what is deem right.

The longer the Central Government delay this process the worst the situation will become. It now look more like the beginning of a civil war over there challenging the elect Chief Executive. It is also apparent that the Central Government should not give in and continue to provide all the support to Carrie Lam otherwise whenever in the future if there is a problem, they will march against that person until he or she is ousted. This is totally unaccepted.

Send in the Chinese troops. What is the worst is that the present Taiwan Government is considering to provide them political asylum adding fuel to the fire if it is true.

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Post time 2019-8-6 12:14:53 |Display all floors
In no hurry to call in the troops, the majority of the silent citizens would eventually come out in force to counter the rioters who have disrupted their lives, and threatened their livelihood...
Another thing, Hong Kong affairs would better be dealt with by Hong Kong, if they choose to go down the path to perdition, let it be, they don't give a fig for their homes, why anybody else would have to bother to worry about it?
Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2019-8-7 11:48:58 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2019-8-6 12:14
In no hurry to call in the troops, the majority of the silent citizens would eventually come out in  ...

I am not too sure if the 'silent citizens' can do much to stop the rioting; even the police can't succeed in restoring order!  SAR govt must take tough measures, perhaps call in troops dressed as policemen so not so obvious?  Just a thought!

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Post time 2019-8-7 15:12:01 |Display all floors
The HK cops are stressed out amid the protracted unrest, indeed. But law enforcement forces from Shenzhen are said to be on tap to help if express requests for assistance are made by the HK authorities.
As a matter of fact, not only the policemen and policewomen from Shenzhen are available for HK authorities, but also prison cells that could be used to hold the rioters when HK runs out of jail space.
Still no need for the troops to join the fray, which at the moment is akin to shooting a fly with a cannon.

Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2019-8-8 07:59:01 |Display all floors
"The central government will not sit by if the situation in Hong Kong deteriorates to a point that Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government cannot handle, said Zhang Xiaoming, director of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council."

Apart from this, in the event that security of Hong Kong are taken over by Chinese troops those detained or arrested should be extradited back to China for processing as the judiciary in Hong Kong can be seen as being unable to do its jobs. Especially those foreigners that are involves in this should also be dealt with stirring the pot to encourage the unrest with their supported by their government.
  
Simply trying to test China's level of tolerance is a wrong move in what ever analytics indicator you think will provide you with that result.

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