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[Republished from Jeff J. Brown, China Rising]

TIANANMEN REDUX? WEST PUSHING BABA BEIJING TO SEND PLA INTO HONG KONG.

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[Note before starting: when writing CIA, or more correctly the CIA-complex, it includes all the West's spy agencies, among them MI6 (UK), DGSE (France), BND (Germany), ASIS (Australia), etc.; their Ministries of Foreign Affairs, embassies; thousands of front NGOs, which are financed by the above and by billionaire global capitalists, such as George Soros and Pierre Omidyar. We can also include NATO and its military contractors, the West's government managed "free press", as well as transnational corporations, which are full of CIA non-official covers (NOCs), not to mention global and local organized crime cartels, who do a lot of their black ops. It's all one big Frankenstein family, raping and plundering the world's human and natural resources, while making the 99% poorer and poorer you and me.]

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On July 1st, 1997 Britain finally renounced its 110-year colonial control over Hong Kong (HK). Margaret Thatcher and Deng Xiaoping had hammered out the Basic Law, which set the course for China's reintegrated Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). The concept was a novel one, One Country, Two Systems, which was to last for 50 years, until 2047. It stipulates that Hong Kong is an inseparable part of China, over which the Mainland has the ultimate right to make all necessary administrative and policy decisions, but the SAR would have a high degree of independence in its legislature and judiciary. On that day, the PLA (Peoples Liberation Army) took over all of Britain's military properties on the territory's islands and on the mainland of HK, in Kowloon and New Territories. There are 1-2 divisions of PLA troops there (about 9,000), including small naval and air force detachments. They stay put, raising and lowering the Chinese flag every day and doing military drills to stay sharp. I've never seen a PLA soldier on Hong Kong's streets, so they must change into their civvies when they leave their bases.

I fully explained in The China Trilogy books (see below) how Baba Beijing controls Hong Kong via China's Standing Committee, the 25-person high-level group of administrators chosen from the country's legislature, the National People's Congress (NPC). The West's Big Lie Propaganda Machine (BLPM) carefully manipulates the mainstream media to give everybody behind the Great Western Firewall the impression that HK is still "independent" and "separate" from China. Never mind that Hong Kong/Canton has been a city in China for thousands of years. It was incorporated into China during the Qin Dynasty, 200 years before Jesus Christ was born and never "left". Its only distinction is that it was the West's colonially occupied, international drug (heroin and cocaine) and money laundering capital, 1839-1997, which is nothing to be proud of, unless you are a global capitalist, where these high crimes are just another paragraph in your business prospectus and line items in your financial statements.

Now that Hong Kong is no longer occupied by Western colonialists, if needed and according to the Basic Law, Hong Kong's government can ask the local PLA garrison to help keep the peace. On the Mainland side, national law says that the PLA would only be used in war, if China's national security was at risk, or if the Hong Kong government lost control. Either way, this would have to be voted on by the Standing Committee.

Western controlled rioters have been tearing up the place just meters away from some PLA bases. The CIA-complex is ratcheting up the rioting violence and chaos, per Chapter 2 of their color revolution playbook. The West used snipers in 2014's Maidan, Kiev, Ukraine coup d'e'tat to randomly killing protesters on both sides, in order to create chaos, fear and confusion. In such an atmosphere of terror, thinking citizens become mindless sheeple.

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They aren't using firearms in Hong Kong yet since the local mafia, the Triads have smuggled weapons in a country with very strict gun control laws. But, the CIA-complex is using the same method. Check out the two videos below. One shows white-shirted rioters beating people in a HK metro station and the other shows black-shirted rioters beating white-shirted protesters on a street at night. According to the script, white shirts are pro-government and black shirts anti-China.

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There's a lot wrong here.

For one thing, the British took over Hong Kong in the Opium War, probably one of the most monstrous acts of imperialism in history, in 1841, and hung on to the place for 170 years, not just 110. It leased Kowloon and the New Territories, but simply conquered Hong Kong island.


But the biggest error is trying to claim that the millions who are protesting their puppet government are stooges of the US. Sorry. I lived and worked in HOng Kong for five years and speak Chinese well, and I can tell you that while many Hong Kong Chinese feel a kinship with the West (more often Britain, Australia and Canada than the US) many others feel a strong kinship with China, but only a minority favor China's government or having China running Hong Kong. That's not a sentiment that is orchestrated by the CIA. Its practically genetic. Many if not most of Hong Kong's 8 million people are descended from people who fled China's revolution. They know what life in China is like, and they don't want it in Hong Kong. That's what these protests are about.


No doubt the US government is happy at this thorn in China's side, and no doubt they are stupidly trying to stir things up, but the don't have to, and actually, if they do and get caught, it will be hard on the people they deceive or offer funding to. The US should butt out of this.


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In truth, Britain was importing huge quantities of opium into China, going back to the 18th century. The first Opium War started in late 1839, when a local government official burned a British supply of the stuff, as a protest against them refusing to respect the Chinese government's repeated requests to stop.


Denying that the CIA-complex is not fomenting, paying for and managing the color revolution in HK is delusional, but you are entitled to your opinion. The vast majority of Mainlanders and the moral majority in HK sure know better.

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Don't know how long it has been since Lindorff has lived in Hong Kong or China, but I believe that Jeff Brown has better handle on the situation. I base my opinion on having lived in China for 8 years and on having been a frequent visitor to Hong Kong for business purposes.



The US has long been a major actor in trying to destabilize both the city state and the entire country of China. The finger prints of the CIA can not only be seen in Hong Kong but also in Tibet. Any "cause" that the liberals and so called human rights proponents support in China is being orchestrated by the CIA to some degree or another.



All in all, the Chinese population is more satisfied with the Chinese government than Americans are with their government.




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Thanks, Old Codger. The evidence that the West is up to its yarbles in HK's color revolution is overwhelming and as you mentioned, Tibet. Need I mention Xinjiang and Taiwan?


And yes, Chinese democracy is much more successful for its people than in the West.

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So just how has the "CIA complex" managed to mobilize a million people to take to the street, imperiling themselves in doing so. All I see here is wishful thinking not evidence.

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It is doubtful that a million people were "mobilized" June. But a partial answer can be 'the power of the yuan and Hong Kong dollars'. Young people, who comprise most of the demonstrators are mercenary enough to be tempted by the lure of some spending money. In essence then, they are happy to make an appearance but their hearts are not in what they are doing. The ones engaging in violence are being paid much more than the average demonstrators.



If you are looking for evidence of this, you will have to wait a long time for that. It is only in recent years that the whole truth about Tianamin square has been coming out. It's things like this and by extension, protests in Tibet and supporting protests by the Fallon Gong sect that help to keep the American public brain washed and anti-China.

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Include US meddling in Xinjiang too!


I lived in China 03-15, working at medical schools related to hospitals my great great grandfather built between 1866-1901 and have four four generations of extended family who made educational/medical contributions there (.chinamissions.com/). Though I only visited HK twice, my conversations with native's is they like the trade with the mainland, but want to retain their autonomy.


How Beijing treats HK is how Taiwan can be expect to be treated if unification happens.


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True, Stan, which is why Baba Beijing will only send in the PLA as a last resort.


And yes, Xinjiang is still a huge CIA-complex operation. With all its drug, arms and human trafficking profits, the CIA has many billions of dollars/euros to create chaos across the planet.

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