Hong Kong Protests Being Cleared by Iron Chinese Fists

Daily Stormer
November 25, 2014

The mind is racked as I try to imagine things I care less about.
The mind is racked as I try to imagine things I care less about.

You know guys, what’s happening in Hong Kong could actually be more important, historically, than what is happening in Ferguson.

It is certainly much less lolzy though.

Why don’t these Chinamen start looting liquor stores and burning storage units at random?

Something about Chinese people… no matter what they are involved in, it just seems completely boring.


Scuffles erupted as Hong Kong authorities cleared part of a pro-democracy protest camp in the bustling district of Mong Kok on Tuesday following a court order to reopen a road, with several demonstrators taken away in police vans.

The gritty, working-class area across the harbor from the main protest site at Admiralty has been the scene of some of the most violent clashes during two months of pro-democracy demonstrations in the Chinese-ruled city.

Hundreds of police stood guard as authorities enforced the court order to reopen Argyle Street to free up traffic. There was little resistance until the afternoon when police, some in rows with arms linked, faced off with protesters, several of whom were forcibly removed.

Workers in white helmets and vests moved wooden blockades from the road after demonstrators had earlier dismantled tents and packed up their belongings. The injunction was granted to a bus company which said the blockade had hurt business.

Some protesters heckled and held up yellow banners demanding Beijing allow full democracy in the global financial hub.

“Even if they clear this place, our will to fight for genuine universal suffrage hasn’t changed … it will only inspire people to think of other ways to continue this movement,” said protester Ken Chu, 27, wearing a bright yellow safety helmet and a gas mask.

Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying, who has called the protests illegal, urged activists to go home. Hundreds of protesters remain camped out along nearby Nathan Road, part of which local media said would be cleared later in the week.


I mean, look – the Japs have anime, the Koreans have weird girl pop groups that dress up like Nazis and make a whining noise and the horse track, so clearly interesting things can take place in East Asia – why can’t China up its game and do something that interests me?

If they just started shooting all of these protesters, that would probably be good enough.