West is paying the price for supporting Hong Kong riots, Chinese state media says

Chinese state-run media publishes a series of editorials and opinion pieces drawing parallels between violent protests in Hong Kong, Spain, and Chile — accusing the West of hypocrisy in its response.

21.10.2019

Chinese state-run media publishes a series of editorials and opinion pieces drawing parallels between violent protests in Hong Kong, Spain, and Chile — accusing the West of hypocrisy in its response.

Chinese state-run media has published a series of editorials and opinion pieces drawing parallels between violent protests in Hong Kong, Spain and Chile — accusing the West of hypocrisy in its response.

Hong Kong's protests have become increasingly destructive in the past month, with widespread vandalism and trashing of stores seen as pro-Beijing during demonstrations.

Protesters have been gathering on the streets of Barcelona to call for Catalonia independence after pro-independence politicians were imprisoned with lengthy sentences. More than 200 police officers have been injured and 171 vehicles damaged since the protests began last week.

"The West is paying the price for supporting riots in Hong Kong, which has quickly kindled violence in other parts of the world and foreboded the political risks that the West can't manage," the editorial said.

In a video editorial posted to the Global Times official Twitter on October 17, editor Hu Xijin suggested protests could spread throughout the West.

There has been a series of bloody attacks on pro-protester and pro-Beijing supporters in Hong Kong this month. On October 12, a police officer was slashed in the neck while walking through a subway station, leading to two arrests. He was taken to hospital in a stable condition.

In a commentary published in People's Daily, the official Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece, Fudan University academic Shen Yi accused the West of"double standards" in its responses to protests in other countries.

In a separate opinion piece published in People's Daily on Friday, Wang, the former diplomat, asked why Hong Kong's protesters were described as"warriors for freedom and democracy," while in Spain the Catalan demonstrators were"separatists."

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