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Hong Kong: An Insight Into Their Struggles


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8 hours ago, TisPuppy said:

The fact is that if Chinese government entered Hong Kong and tried to quell the situation through violence, the world would just watch, what do you expect? America to come in as heroes and risk an all out war with a powerful China, who is somewhat allied with North Korea and Russia? We are saying free the people but nothing will come out of it, everything will stay the same and sadly the Hong Kongers and people of China will be oppressed under a tyrannical dictatorship. 

Quite right puppy, as a matter of fact the Chinese military are already stationed around Hong Kong and are ready to take action. At any given moment, this situation could completely blow it's lid! No situation involving military presence can in any way be a good one. But as I said, we can not just forget about these people.

 

7 hours ago, Guest Anon said:

Above, a large number of people have posed the question "if they are going to loose, then why keep fighting?".  The answer is fairly simple, it's not a foregone conclusion.  Extremely unlikely yes, but it's not finally decided.  Who knows, if standard of living protests in Tunisia can turn into the overthrow of multiple governments and extreme reforms in others.  We can only hope for the people of Hong Kong and stand by them and our ideals.

A very interesting view, anonymous user. But you are quite right, the future is never set in stone until the future becomes the present. History definitely shows that situations similar to Hong Kong have turned into victories for these protesters and it may very well do the same here.

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5 hours ago, |Stryker| said:

This is an Aussie Garrysmod community.
Why do we need to know this.

I mean, you chose to read the thread title and click on it, what did you expect to read?

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3 hours ago, Rimmin said:

A very interesting view, anonymous user. But you are quite right, the future is never set in stone until the future becomes the present. History definitely shows that situations similar to Hong Kong have turned into victories for these protesters and it may very well do the same here.

Quite a optimistic approach, although you are incorrect. There is no way for the protesters to steal Hong Kong from China, nor is what they want. 

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