August 17, 2019

Avi Yemini in Hong Kong: Protesters explain their “Five Demands”

Avi YeminiGuest Contributor

Demonstrators have been peacefully protesting in the streets of Hong Kong for over a month, but what are they calling for? I spoke to some of these protesters, who explained their "Five Demands":

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commented 2019-08-18 12:02:52 -0400
Canada’s greatest problem is not Communism. Marxism and the New World Order are our problem and Justin Trudeau being a front man for them only makes it worse. We have a deranged person at the helm, a crazy who is fine with the Genocide of the white race and is assisting in the preparations for it by importing undesirables who’s religion dictates that kill all unbelievers of the Dogma of Islam.
Dump Trudeau before he dumps You (and me).
commented 2019-08-18 08:01:14 -0400
Cryin’ Chrys has just put another nail in the coffin of the corrupt and incompetent Liberal government. I don’t think most Canadians are quite so far gone as to accept the position that the Hong Kong democracy protests are “unacceptable”.
commented 2019-08-18 08:01:14 -0400
Cryin’ Chrys has just put another nail in the coffin of the corrupt and incompetent Liberal government. I don’t think most Canadians are quite so far gone as to accept the position that the Hong Kong democracy protests are “unacceptable”.
commented 2019-08-18 07:41:57 -0400
Xinny the Pooh thinks he is the first emperor of China reborn. He is a very dangerous man. Good thing the Americans have Trump. Too bad our corrupt and lawless Perp Minister admires the Pooh’s basic dictatorship.
commented 2019-08-18 07:35:39 -0400
Gosh Paduch, I was kind of thinking why do we need all these Chinese communists running around spying and stealing our high tech? I will take a bunch of hard working, freedom loving Union Jack and Old Glory waving Hong Kongers every time.
commented 2019-08-18 00:25:53 -0400
I don’t understand about these five demands. It doesn’t look like Hong Kong is in any position to be making demands. I wish they were.
commented 2019-08-18 00:22:38 -0400
Our government allows Chinese crooks and elites to launder their money here, mainly in Vancouver, but not exclusively. That is not to say that there isn’t a strong Chinese Canadian community here that show more patriotism than your average European Canadian. They left communism and fled here to find freedom. They will be an asset and are an asset in this fight we are in to retain our freedom and liberty from our own expanding authoritarians. But I agree, if there were a way to keep out those working for the Chinese government then we should do it. We shouldn’t let them come to school here and go back. Only citizens should be allowed in our universities.
commented 2019-08-17 23:25:00 -0400
ROBERT MCCLELLAND commented 5 hours ago
Who needs to go to Hong Kong to cover protests for freedom?
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Why do we let these Chinese nationals into the country? Can you imagine going to China and protesting there? Your backside would be thrown out immediately. When will Canadians drag themselves away from the beer and football long enough to rub two braincells together? No communists should be given entrance here. We train those students to use our information against us.

This country is so screwed and we go willingly to our sheering.

Entertainment is the opiate of the masses.
commented 2019-08-17 20:14:56 -0400
I was going to say we should be grateful for all the rights and protections we have here in Canada, that the Hong Kongese either never had, have lost, or are losing…

…except that we are losing our rights and protections and everything else under this current traitor and crook playing prime minister – who’s favorite Communist dictatorship is presently amassing assault troops on the Hong Kong border…to quell dissent!
commented 2019-08-17 18:17:34 -0400
This woman is correct, it is not the so called Rioters that are a threat to Hong Kong, even the police have been reasonably gentle. The biggest danger is the Chinese Army sitting just across the border. A whole division of top line assault troops who will shoot first and ask questions later.
All it would take is some puffed up bureaucrat in the Chinese Government trying to show the West that Red China is in control of the situation……..and Splat.