Hongkong Protests

These have now become disruptive

and the activities areĀ getting out of control.

The protesters simply want the extradition bill withdrawn

(not merely suspended) and while this can be done with

an oral declaration, Carrie Lam refuses to do so.

Or, if I might say, China does not want to withdraw the bill.

China still has sovereignty over Hongkong.

Moreover, the protests are actually what China wants.

These protests dramatizes thegrave disdain that Chinese

have against extradition.

What more effective a message

can China send to Canada

than its refusal to withdraw the extradition bill.

Canada has been hammering out its conformance to the rule of law.

So now China will do likewise.

Only thing is China’s rules of law

is emphatically different from Canada’ rules of law.

Or doesn’t everybody know these?

In a nutshell,

Would China drop its extradition bill

if Canada drops its extradition of Meng?

Presently,here is no end in sight for these protests.

 

 

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