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Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

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Today USA Really portal publishes the alternative reports from Hong Kong with video and footage evidences proving the U.S.A. press is hiding important information about Hong Kong, especially the acts of the Hong Kong police and the protestors during the riots.

The Federal News Agency has its special correspondent who is now monitoring the development from the scene.

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

On September 7 the police squads were deployed at three Hong Kong subway stations, which the protestors were planning to block: Mong Kok, Central (terminal stations for airport – city express), and Kowloon. But the police was deceived and instead the attack happened at the Prince Edward subway station, where the protesters set the garbage cans and equipment afire.

The Prince Edward station staff could block the doors and the protestors didn’t succeed in getting inside the station, so they surrounded the station and blocked Nathan Road.

When the police received a message about the attack on the station, several dozen buses with law enforcement officers arrived at the scene. The demonstrators, however, were not afraid of them. They used powerful lasers against the police, flashing them to the eyes of the officers. Thankfully, special filters on the helmet visors protected the police officers from getting retina burned.  

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Afterwards the police attempted to clear the street for the passage of vehicles. They were persuading the protestors to disperse for a very long time using a megaphone and special banners with flags indicating which weapon would be used. In respond the demonstrators started throwing bottles at the police. The street was cleared from the protestors when the police used the gas grenades.

During the standoff police detained two leaders of opposition. However, when after several hours of the struggle police left the scene, protestors blocked the street again in less than half an hour.

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

And closer to the night the protesters got reinforcement and the street was filled with hundreds of young people in medical masks. They marched the street shouting the chants in English which is a working language in Hong Kong. 

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

And again the police acted extraordinarily correctly. So a police squad detained one of the radical protesters, who threw bottles and stones at the police. The detention provoked the anger of the protesters; they surrounded the squad and started shouting threats at them. In order to remove the detainee from the street a whole military operation was carried out. Policemen allowed reporters and the on-duty doctors from the protestors to the detainee, and after they just took him to a police bus.

Toward the night, a crowd of demonstrators suddenly moved to the direction of police cordon, blinding the military with laser pointers. The police had to retreat which only inspired the protestors even more and they ran after the police, shouting the insults and mockeries.

Soon after the internet media was overwhelmed with the information of victims killed by the police in Hong Kong unrests. But later it became known that the provokers just used some names of the people who committed suicide in Hong Kong for the names of the alleged real victims of the protests.

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Near The Prince Edward subway station there is a police station Mong Kong which now is under attack every evening. The protestors are trying to burn it down. A police officer from this nearby station the FAN correspondent a comment about the situation:

“According to official numbers, not a single person has been killed in all the riots in Hong Kong. I don’t understand where these people got the information about the dead at this station or elsewhere. Nobody died, this is a lie that is specially spread to make people angry. There was unrest at the Prince Edward station a week ago, a huge crowd was breaking and crushing everything, some of the instigators were detained, but they were all alive, they were fine, but they had to answer for vandalism, ”a police officer said.  

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Several hundred of radical activists protesting against mainland China attacked the country's largest shopping center, Amoy Plaza in Hong Kong. Demonstrators are searching for their political opponents, namely those who speak or look a little different. When they find they brutally beat their victims or even torture them with laser pointers, trying to burn the opponents’ retina.

Alternative sight at Hong Kong riots which is not shown by the U.S. Press

Indeed, Western media do not provide true information from Hong Kong. Even now, after the opposition’s attacks, they write about the atrocities of the Chinese police and the attacks of the aunts (they are called Triad fighters in the Western media), but they don’t write that Hong Kong neo-Nazis hate mainland Chinese people and are really ready to kill their neighbors.

The protests in Hong-Kong have been going on since the beginning of June, when the decision of the city authorities to change extradition laws allowing extradite suspects to mainland China upon request forced the people to go out to streets. The first rallies supposed to be peaceful but with each new episode the situation was promising to get only worse. And it became so when the clashes between the protestors and the police took on increasingly fierce character.

And protests didn’t stop even after the new extradition law was withdrawn, what was announced about on September 5 by the head of Hong Kong administration Carrie Lam. In respond to that the protestors announced of the new requirements to authorities without which the protests would not stop.

Photo and Video by Igor Petrashevich/FAN

 

Author: Usa Really