August 17, 2019

Trump's trade deal rests on China's treatment of Hong Kong protesters

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I announced that I would was sending a reporter to Hong Kong to cover the protests for The Rebel.

With as many as two million people taking to the streets in Hong Kong the past week, flying American flags, Donald Trump's social media posts directed at the Chinese President Xi have been calling attention to the issue.

All Hong Kong news from Avi Yemini of TR.News reporting for The Rebel will be posted at HongKongReports.com, and we'll continue to update the page as more stories come in!

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commented 2019-08-19 11:31:41 -0400
I want to correct my Statement Keean Bexte does not support Yaniv Crusade on poor Pakistani women but instead of harassing Yaniv and his mother he could have pointed out that what Yaniv wants can not be done.The real problem became compounded because the Human right commission got involved siding with Yaniv and should not have been involved in this issue in first place
commented 2019-08-19 10:14:16 -0400
Hello Rebel commander you are not only idealist but you are also a megalomaniac you want to take on President Trump !!!??? and spend $10.000 Canadian Donors money to do that? fly to Hong Kong If he goes lets hope that those anarchist students block the airport buy yourself an Admiral Nelson hat and theatrical outfit with a plastic sword and go fight the windmills like Don Quixote and take with you Keean Bexte as Sancho Panza. If he would be a reporter and not just attention seeking jerk he would have found out that it is impossible to wax the scrotum with same wax as other parts of the body the best that someone can get removal of the hair by a fine electric trimmer followed by laser treatment The last thing that he should support Yaniv crusade on poor Pakistani women
commented 2019-08-18 02:05:04 -0400
Well done Trump, put them in a bad position , they either respect the people of HK or they can get bent and sell their crap elsewhere.
commented 2019-08-18 01:04:33 -0400
Don’t the military exercises officially end today? I guess the chances of them leaving now are pretty slim?
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commented 2019-08-17 18:31:53 -0400
This is a no-win scenario for China. If they back down to the protestors, they will look weak and will open themselves to demonstrations in mainland China. If they crush the protestors, they will harden the resolve of all the surrounding Asian countries to resist their expansionism. Personally, I think they will crush the internal dissent, it is what Junior’s favourite basic dictatorships do.
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commented 2019-08-17 14:38:56 -0400
Yes, Trump has some moves.

The end of communism, boy Gordon Chang, I like the sounds of that. Communism is a virus and its high time it was completely eradicated. I see google is up China’s butt going heavy with the Huawei ads.
We don’t need or want no damn Huawei (Harmony).

Long live a free Hong Kong!