heartspalette:

【PLEASE REBLOG AND SPREAD OUT TO THE WORLD】

Hong Kong police = Terrorist.

This is the truth of what happened in Hong Kong last night.

To you who is reading this right now,

We, Hongkongers just experienced a terrorist attack planned and executed by our Hong Kong Police Force. At about 10pm today, our police force rushed into our railway system in Prince Edward station, got in to the carriage and indifferently beat up all the people in it regardless they are protesters or simply passengers. They ignored the weapon guidelines and fired tear gas indoor in the carriage which is in fact lethal. Also, they beat up innocent people causing them seriously wounded. Some passengers kneeled before them asking them to stop but the response they got were beaten ever harder. Meanwhile, the police haven’t arrested the passengers after they got beaten up, showing that the only purpose of their brutality was to sort their anger to violence but not dispersing the crowd.

Not only that, they refused to let first aider enter gated station with wounded inside even the first aider was begging and promising to ditch all his gears. He even pleaded that the police could beat him up after he has saved the people inside. The police still wouldn’t let the first aid team in.

We, Hongkongers are experiencing a humanitarian crisis and we hope that people all over the world can help us in anyways you can think of. Thank you and we will stay strong.

Hongkongers

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the50-person:

HONG KONG UPDATE 30 AUG 2019: Mass arrests

URGENT: I beg everyone to keep an eye on HK. Pray for us.

Rumours of crackdown on 31 Aug 2019. Fear that Tiananmen 2.0 will occur. Many are writing #HKLastWords on Twitter and literally prepared to be killed and tortured when they go on streets tomorrow.

Full updated list of arrests in the rest of the post (as of 31 Aug 2019 0300).

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1. ATTACKED: Jimmy Sham, CHRF convenor

2. ATTACKED: Max Chung KP, applicant of Yuen Long march

3. ARRESTED: Andy Chan, founding covenor of outlawed HK National Party

a. Arrested at airport before trip to speak in Japan

b. On suspicion of rioting and assaulting a police officer

4. ARRESTED: Joshua Wong, Demosisto secretary-general

a. 3 counts of inciting, organising & participating in unlawful assembly on

b. Arrested at 7.30am on the way to South Horizons MTR, forcefully pushed into 7-seater private vehicle on street in broad daylight by 4 men without warrant. On bail.

5. ARRESTED: Agnes Chow, Demosisto

a. 2 counts of inciting & participating in unlawful assembly

b. Arrested at home in Tai Po. On bail.

6. CHARGED: Ivan Lam, Demosisto chairperson

a. For inciting others into unlawful assembly on Harcourt Rd (siege of police HQ) on 21 Jun

b. Is overseas, will be arrested when back.

7. ARRESTED: Rick Hui, Sha Tin district councillor

8. ARRESTED: Athena Suen, ex-HKU student union president

a. For entering Legislative Council on 1 Jul and for conspiracy to damage properties

9. ARRESTED: Cheng Chung-tai, legislative councillor (Civic Passion)

a. Arrested before attending an event in Tin Shui Wai

b. For conspiracy of criminal damage on 1 Jul

10. ARRESTED: AU Nok-hin, legislative councillor (Civic Party)

a. For obstructing discharge of police duty and for assaulting police on 8 Jul (with a megaphone that was “too loud” thereby harming officers’ ears)

11. ARRESTED: Jeremy Tam, legislative councillor (Civic Party)

30 Aug 2019 was a day where these people were arrested at various times through the day, making it an agonising experience.

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optimistic-pessimisms:

do this everywhere

tiqqun:

CLAW OUT THEIR EYES

Demonstrators in Hong Kong tear down a lamp-post containing facial recognition and body-tracking cameras on August 24, 2019. Much of the hardware inside was later identified to be from the same manufacturers supplying surveillance tech to repress Uyghurs in Xinjiang.

ANTI-CYBERNETICS ACTION WORLDWIDE!

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optimistic-pessimisms:

do this everywhere

tiqqun:

CLAW OUT THEIR EYES

Demonstrators in Hong Kong tear down a lamp-post containing facial recognition and body-tracking cameras on August 24, 2019. Much of the hardware inside was later identified to be from the same manufacturers supplying surveillance tech to repress Uyghurs in Xinjiang.

ANTI-CYBERNETICS ACTION WORLDWIDE!

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