Expect more protests from HK and possibly China


kei1309

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Possible????

In foreign country... it is a norm...

It is illegal in Singapore...

Singapore government is trapped....

If they have to release them... the next to STRIKE could be locals......
They call it Human Rights. But they assert and force their ideals onto others. Where then, is our rights to think for ourselves, when even "Human Rights" activists behave like the people they are against?
 

Halfmoon

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They call it Human Rights. But they assert and force their ideals onto others. Where then, is our rights to think for ourselves, when even "Human Rights" activists behave like the people they are against?
I understand your point, but now... it is gonna be interesting how local government react.....
 

Zenten

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Possible????

In foreign country... it is a norm...

It is illegal in Singapore...

Singapore government is trapped....

If they have to release them... the next to STRIKE could be locals......

Locals don't need to strike lah ...... They just go to Hong Lim Park to protest......... But then hor these few days rain everyday ....... go there might kena strike by lightning ....:p
 

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ricohflex

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Locals don't need to strike lah ...... They just go to Hong Lim Park to protest......... But then hor these few days rain everyday ....... go there might kena strike by lightning ....:p
They drop all protest plans and instead go for makan session when they smell the delicious Char Kway Teow and Ipoh Hor Fun from nearby Hong Lim Food Centre.
 

Yappy

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China government willl not protest!

The people may just like in HK.

They just want to be noticed and tell everybody that they are alive!
 

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