The Standard, Hong Kong’s biggest circulation English daily newspaper, is reporting that 12 people have died, and 4 women have had miscarriages following COVID-19 shots just in the past week.
March 25, 2021 by: Lance D Johnson
(Natural News) Hong Kong health officials have HALTED shipments of the Pfizer vaccine after multiple defects were identified and reported. The South China Morning Post reports that front-line healthcare workers discovered over fifty instances of cracked and leaking vials. How can Pfizer guarantee the consistency and safety of the mRNA science, if they cannot keep the vials intact and properly preserved?
(VAKEN.se) De stora protesterna i Hongkong har återupptagits. Under coronakrisen har Kina passat på att ytterligare nedmontera resterna av demokrati i Hongkong. Bland de som protesterar finns de som är villiga att ge sina liv för att försöka försvara sina rättigheter istället för att bli slavar under Kommunistkina. Kina ska fullt kontrollera Hongkong år 2047 men redan nu har Kina tagit stor kontroll över Hongkong och utnyttjat coronakrisen för att stärka sin kontroll.
Video: “Hong Kong Protest Returns (24-05-2020) – #StandWithHongKong” (5:38) via — VAKEN.se
After months of relative quiet amid the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Hong Kong, defying the city’s ban on gatherings to voice their opposition to a new “national security” law proposed by Beijing which would threaten the city’s autonomy and the civil liberties of its residents. ⇲
36 Powerful Images Of Women Protesters Leading From The Front Across The World
Anuj Tiwar, India Times, Dec 26, 2019
Celebrating the power and courage of all the women and girls across the world who have to taken to the streets for their beliefs in gender equality, violence and democratic values.
Here are some images of protests where women scripted the victory saga.
1. Jamia Millia Islamia students protesting against Citizenship Act.
By Tyler Durden
(Activist Post) With zero signs of abating, hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy protesters lined the streets around Hong Kong’s financial and shopping districts on Sunday, demanding the Beijing-backed Hong Kong government fulfill their demands, reported Reuters. →
For months on end, Hong Kong has been the scene of intensive confrontation between pro-democracy activists and its Beijing-supported government. It now seems the financial establishment has taken a side in this conflict. Banking giant HSBC has decided to close an account used to support the protest movement in the special administrative region of China. →
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By Aaron Kesel
(Activist Post) Anonymous has hacked into various Chinese websites and databases dumping files from government employee data to corporate data including user names, mobile phone numbers, email addresses, passwords for databases, IP addresses and more. It is all a part of what the collective is calling #OpHongKong and they vow these actions will continue until Hongkongers’ demands are met and Hong Kong is free. →
Condemn HK Police for Excessive Force against Citizens & Call for Independent Inquiry
A Public Joint Statement from Hong Kong Citizens.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Hong Kong took to the street in recent months to protest amid the controversial extradition bill. In the latest rounds of the protest, the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) has been rapidly using excessive level of violence and firearms against citizens who are participating in a peaceful assembly. Confirmed firearms in use including batons, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Several unarmed participants have been reportedly beaten or shot. In some cases, we have seen the Police intentionally fired multiple tear gas in a close instance, causing chaos and danger. That being said, the Police is believed to be violating the “UN Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials.” →
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(Prepare For Change) Since June 2019, there have been lots of protests in Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill. Most of the previous protests were peaceful, and the Hong Kong government has suspended the bill after a major protest on June 15th. →