Looming Hong Kong Bloodbath: Crackdown Will Dwarf 1989 Tiananmen Massacre
The Beijing government is staging hundreds of thousands of People’s Liberation Army troops at the Hong Kong border for an invasion to destroy an uprising there over changes in legal provisions allowing extradition “disappearing” of Hong Kong citizens to face charges in mainland Chinese courts and prisons.
Signs indicate the brutal communist regime is preparing to crush human rights protesters in a move that potential to be larger and more deadly than the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing that claimed an estimated 60,000 lives.
Months of mostly peaceful protests by citizens over streamlining of Beijing brutality and jurisdictional expansion over resistance factions in Hong Kong are now arrived at a moment reminiscent of the bloody Tiananmen clash that killed tens of thousands on site and resulted in tens of thousands of executions for affiliated dissidents and organizers.
Through the Storm: Not even powerful tropical storm Wipha could dampen the furor of pro-democracy demonstrators in the Hong Kong uprising.
Chinese criminal courts have an infamous reputation for brutal handling of thought criminals and those critical of the Chinese government system with practices including mobile execution vans and organ harvesting ambulances that allow the nation’s prison population to serve as a lucrative organ harvesting trafficking operation both to the nation’s elite citizenry and on the international black market. Dissidents are routinely “disappeared” and killed without public charge or trial.
Expanding Beijing’s jurisdictional reach and the specter of those brutal practices to Hong Kong sparked the present protest moment that has only gained in size and momentum as a potential revolutionary uprising suggests a wider clash between emboldened citizens hungering for freedom and the world’s most brutal totalitarian regime.
Observers say the Chinese army regulars massing at Hong Kong’s border could be ready for a decisive move within the week.
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