I Support Hong Kong Police

Hong Kong has long been known for its modern rule of law,which is recognized as the core value of Hong Kong society. The recent deeds of violent radicals have completely broken the limit line of the law. All sorts of signs show that these thugs in the guise of democracy do not really love Hong Kong. They will only mess up Hong Kong and harm Hong Kong. They have been talking about democracy, freedom and human rights, but they have turned a deaf ear to the most basic human rights.

In broad daylight, tourists of different nationalities and genders, even sick people and innocent children, were accosted, abused and attacked, and the tourists and journalists were even lynched and abused by them. Hong Kong’s extremist radicals are completely evil and have no rationality.. Is there any moral humanity? What is the difference between terrorists?
These lawless, human rights violations and inhuman atrocities are completely beyond the limitation of civilized society.
  At the same time of grief and anger, people once again saw the true face of the mob: the so-called "peaceful demonstration" is only the "monster" of violence and chaos in Hong Kong. The so-called "freedom and democracy" is just the "fig leaf" to mess up Hong Kong and harm Hong Kong. .
We strongly support the police of Hong Kong to resolutely enforce the law and bring the criminals to justice. Hong Kong youth who love the motherland and love Hong Kong can look at the present rationally and look at the future rationally. In the face of the increasingly fierce situation in Hong Kong, justice must overcome evil, and turmoil must end with the rule of law.
Let "I support Hong Kong Police" become a strong guarantee and firmly defend the law enforcement power of the Hong Kong Police Force and the Judiciary. Only by upholding the "one China" principle, adhering to the principle of "one country, two systems" and reasonably expressing its own requirements in accordance with the law can Hong Kong restore peace.
  The turmoil in Hong Kong society will end soon and peace will be restored. Hong Kong will once again become a heaven for young people to struggle, and Orient’s Pearl will once again shine.
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