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Haseenah Koyakutty Jul 15
: See-saw emo: One minute offer to quit boo-hoo 😥, next minute when she senses and smells a win, she’s back to her tyrannical ways. It’s who she is. Autocratic. Loves the security approach as quick solution to everything. Zero skills.
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Helen Mak Jul 17
Thank you uncle who wants to tell the world how shameful of 👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿
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DT Next Jul 15
leader said on Monday protesters who clashed with police on the weekend were rioters, a legally loaded term in the city, and she supported the police in upholding the law and seeking perpetrators.
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Lok. 6h
Latest in police technology with a tropical flare - plants and metal barriers guarding a lift. CE was supposed to attend a disciplinary forces function but cancelled last minute.
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HK612 Jul 13
Replying to @HK6127
A reminder that when Carrie Lam met with "the youth", 4/5 kids here were sent to prison, candidates democratically elected are barred from taking office, and candidates are disqualified before even getting to be voted on. is a child predator cannibal
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fake HK government Jul 17
We are Hongkoners We have each other We are not alone Carrie Lam is alone
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Voice of Hongkongers: Civilian's Justice 21h
Replying to @hkcivil_justice
Withdraw the extradition bill. Note to , words like “dead” and “suspension” are not legally binding, stop playing your dumb word games.
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pyBY Jul 11
Translation of Wang speech. 1. Wang hinted he himself is the foreign hand (remember 1 country 2 systems) 2. The small number of Hongkongers includes and her officers
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John Clarke Jul 16
were very professional and restrained, but were deliberately attacked by rioters. I think we can really describe them as rioters.” Chief Executive .
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Timmy Sung Jul 14
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Reimund Sze Lok Man 🇪🇺 Jul 15
has to realize that even though she believes that the is wrong and illegal, people will not stop protesting. She can never stop the protests by condemning them. She has to take action and improve the situation by making decisions to calm people down.
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Chan Ching Chuen 陳清泉 Jul 17
’s government is so scared. Should we do that everyday, so that our civil servants can go home to their family on time without OT?
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Kathy Cheong Jul 10
HK chief executive said the is dead. However, according to the law, there are only “postpone” and “withdrawn”. There is no “dead”. Therefore, she is playing with the vocabulary and the bill could come back before next July.
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Issac Lee Jul 16
Replying to @mcgregorrichard
President Tsai owed the great boost to her rating. It’s not just Taiwan, none of China Watchers understand Hong Kong. All celebrities picked by the media to represent HK people missed the mark wide. A few opinion pieces, such as the one on Diplomat’s interesting.
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Ryan Goehrung Jul 15
Replying to @Ryan_Goehrung
Meanwhile continues to place the blame on peaceful protestors, calling them "rioters" and threatening prosecution. The ferocity with which the government has attempted to shut down protests and prosecute citizens acting peacefully is appalling.
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daaitoulaam Jul 12
With Regina Ip calling on to get out more, we have paparazzi pics of Ip out and about in public
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Chan Ching Chuen 陳清泉 Jul 18
is such a hypocrite and pathetic liar. Using the murder case as an excuse for her , now she just dumped the family of the victim as if nothing happened. Shame.
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Yuen Chan 7h
And it was only a matter of time ... photos of and police chief Stephen Lo have replaced those of politicians at the Tai Po (pic via 香港焦土力量Facebook)
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SCMP Young Post Jul 17
The march, which is currently passing Pacific Place, was meant to be a "silent march", although protesters have been heard chanting "Step down, "
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Kornelia Chojecka Jul 17
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