|A protester throws back a canister of tear gas back at the police|
|Tens of thousands marched peacefully in the streets in Sunday|
Meanwhile another proposed march by the Civil Human Rights Front was banned on Sunday from Causeway Bay to Chater Garden, and yet tens of thousands of people came out anyway, angry about too many things. However, an illegal march just gives the police any reason to arrest anyone or inflict more violence on protesters in the area.
Meanwhile tonight in North Point an unmasked man punched two journalists -- one I know -- and yet the police right there don't even arrest the man who provoked the violence. What is going on?
Congress MUST pass🇭🇰Human Rights & Democracy Act to hold Carry Lam & her entire Executive Council accountable for this kind of injustice & human rights abuse. https://t.co/QPKs2JMnnD— Solomon Yue (@SolomonYue) September 15, 2019
How does Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor sleep at night?
Oh wait she doesn't consider young people to have a stake in society because they haven't contributed to the development of Hong Kong.
|How does Carrie Lam think she can make things fine in HK?|
None of the top four PR firms even offered to put in a bid for the job.
That's how low the Hong Kong government has fallen -- these PR experts think the government's reputation is unsalvageable.
How does Lam think she will ever have control over the city? How does she think she can gain the confidence of investors again? More importantly how does she think she will ever gain the trust of Hongkongers to have honest, mutual dialogue?