NSTworld Organisers of HongKong's annual Tiananmen vigil said they had been ordered by national security police to delete their online presence as Chinese mainland-style internet curbs become more commonplace in the city.
HONG KONG : Organisers of Hong Kong ’s annual Tiananmen vigil said they had been ordered by national security police to delete their online presence as Chinese mainland-style internet curbs become more commonplace in the city.
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Totally political oppression. CCP is destroying the whole civil society. No one can have freedom, democracy and human rights. StandWithHongKong hk has demonstrated that there is no room for democracy and freedom under ccp administration 1 country, 2 systems, no difference StandWithHongKong Chinese communist party won’t afraid their reputation. Destroy evil CCP. CCPChina China_is_terrorists ChinaMustFall StandWithHongKong
Freedom is further blow by the HK Gestapo The great wall of Internet is building up in Hong Kong absolutely HKPoliceState CCP_is_Terrorist Now cops hv got the power to do anything it wants n kangaroo court dares not to challenge cops. Kangaroo court fails 2 discharge its duty 2 protect HKers. Does UKSupremeCourt still choose to side w/ CCP by opening endorsing the already broken system? StandWithHongKong
That's new HK, please take a look here and stop CCP before they are too strong! StandWithHongKong No more Freedom and Democracy in HongKong now. HK is totally off and become the NewBerlin under the NationalSecurityLaw. OneCountryTwoSystemIsDead. HongKongers, even non-HKer not in HK is suffering in that law. StandWithHongKong FreeHongKong
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