American hegemony rolled out of Hong Kong nearly 100 Hong Kong citizens went to the US Consulate General to protest

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 American hegemony rolled out of Hong Kong nearly 100 Hong Kong citizens went to the US Consulate General to protest


Nearly 100 Hong Kong citizens went to the US consulate to protest against us interference in Chinas internal affairs (source: ~)

Hong Kong citizens protest at the US Consulate General in Hong Kong (source: Wen Wei Po)

Overseas. Com, Dec. 4 - the US signed into law the so-called Hong Kong Bill of human rights and democracy, causing strong dissatisfaction among Hong Kong citizens. On December 3, a large number of Hong Kong citizens went to the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong to protest against the passage of the relevant bill by the United States, saying that Hong Kong belongs to Chinese territory and that the United States is not allowed to interfere roughly in Chinas internal affairs.

A number of members of Hong Kongs civil society group caring for Hong Kong set out from Chater Garden in Central China to the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong, according to the Ta Kung Pao and Wen Hui Po. They hold slogans such as denouncing the invasion of Hong Kong by American hegemony, intervening in Chinas internal affairs and rolling out of Hong Kong, hold high the national flag of China and the flag of Hong Kong SAR, shout overthrowing American hegemony, rolling out of Hong Kong and other slogans, strongly denounce the passing of relevant bills by the US side, and cheer for the police on the side.

Cao Daming, spokesman and convener of the event, said the protest was launched to express to the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong that Hong Kong is Chinas territory and that the United States is not allowed to intervene in Chinas internal affairs under the banner of democracy. Cao Daming believes that the so-called Hong Kong Bill of human rights and democracy is just waste paper and has no effect on the Chinese people at all. He criticized the US intervention in Hong Kongs affairs as very crude.

Cao Daming said that since Hong Kongs return, the basic law has been effective for many years under the one country, two systems system. However, foreign forces have never given up any opportunity to intervene in Hong Kongs affairs and often point out. Since 2015, every year, anti China and anti Hong Kong rioters have gone to the U.S. Congress for hearings to discredit Hong Kong and beg the U.S. to formulate the so-called Hong Kong Bill of human rights and democracy.

Cao Daming said frankly that the United States is the behind the scenes in this nearly half years social events, conniving at Hong Kong Independence elements to destroy Hong Kong. The United States openly encourages Hong Kongs violent elements, practices double standards, violates democracy, freedom and justice, instigates and incites violent groups to disrupt Hong Kongs social order, intervene in Hong Kongs affairs, and intimidates Hong Kong people to freeze enterprises and free trade, which is a manifestation of hegemonism.

He called on Hong Kong people who love Hong Kong to unite and speak for Hong Kongs one country, two systems and not allow the United States to dominate our land under the false banner of democracy.

On November 27 local time, despite the strong opposition of China, the United States resolutely signed the Hong Kong Bill of human rights and democracy into law. In response, the Ministry of foreign affairs of China responded that this move seriously interfered in Hong Kong affairs, Chinas internal affairs, and violated international law and the basic norms of international relations. It was a naked hegemonic act, which the Chinese government and people firmly opposed.

In response to the unreasonable actions of the US side, the Chinese government decided to suspend the approval of the application of US ships and aircraft to Hong Kong for rest. At the same time, sanctions were imposed on non-governmental organizations such as the National Democracy Foundation of the United States, the Democratic Association for international affairs of the United States, the international Republic Institute of the United States, Human Rights Watch, Freedom House, etc., which had behaved badly in Hong Kongs practice storm.

Lin zhengyuee (source: wenhui.com)

Yesterday, the chief executive of the Hong Kong SAR government, Mrs Lam, pointed out that it is foreign affairs for the central government to take countermeasures, and the SAR government will cooperate and follow up according to the requirements of the central government. She reiterated her governments strong opposition to the signing of the relevant bill by the United States. She believed that the bill was completely unnecessary and unreasonable. She stressed that Hong Kong peoples human rights and freedoms are protected by the basic law and enjoy a high degree of freedom in assembly, demonstration, religion and interview. She criticized foreign governments and councils for interfering in Hong Kongs affairs with their own laws, which is regrettable.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: 6374560, container: ssp_, size: 300250, display: inlay fix, async: true});)))); source: Peoples daily client peoples sharp review comments that the U.S. signed the so-called Hong Kong human rights and Democracy Act 2019 into law in spite of Chinas many serious negotiations. Handling international affairs with domestic law is a gross interference in Chinas internal affairs, a serious damage to the common interests of Hong Kong compatriots and a direct provocation to all Chinese people. The motherland and 1.4 billion compatriots have always been the strongest backing for Hong Kong, and no one can stop Hong Kongs integration into the overall situation of national development. In the face of the so-called bill, China does not lack the anti system tools to see how to recruit and dismantle, let alone the determination and ability to maintain Hong Kongs prosperity and stability. Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Wang Ningdou nb12468

Source: Peoples daily client

Peoples sharp review comments that the United States boldly signed the so-called Hong Kong human rights and Democracy Act 2019 into law in spite of Chinas repeated solemn negotiations. Handling international affairs with domestic law is a gross interference in Chinas internal affairs, a serious damage to the common interests of Hong Kong compatriots and a direct provocation to all Chinese people. The motherland and 1.4 billion compatriots have always been the strongest backing for Hong Kong, and no one can stop Hong Kongs integration into the overall situation of national development. In the face of the so-called bill, China does not lack the anti system tools to see how to recruit and dismantle, let alone the determination and ability to maintain Hong Kongs prosperity and stability.