Hong Kong post Covid?

The communists in Hong Kong are in the move of setting up new laws that will limit peoples freedom and consular help. The interesting question is what will happen after the Covid restrictions are lifted or will Hong Kong keep on having Covid restrictions to stop mass-scale protests?

Hong Kong has now abandon dual citizenship, those who have BN(O) passports will be denied British consular help and those breaking the agreement between UK and PRC, this will also apply for all other dual citizens too, so no help is allowed from your home country.

Hong Kong has also forbidden BBC World to be broadcast in Hong Kong as they have reported what has happen in Sinkiang (North Western China) and as it’s a national secret that PRC is raping female Muslim prisoners, so spreading the news about it breaks the national security law.

The Hong Kong government can ban people from leaving Hong Kong without court order, this to prevent people to get to safety and ensure that they can hold fake trails against Democrats and their supporters.

The question is the day when the Covid restrictions are lifted, what will happen, will we see millions of Hongkongers once again go out on the streets protesting against the local government and will they be just demanding the 5 basic demands or will they now be request full freedom? This can cause big problem for Carrie Lam and the other communists and it can be that they decide to keep the Covid restrictions far longer than any other country, to keep people from showing their dislike to the current masters.

The situation in Hong Kong is getting pretty close to how it was during the Japanese occupation and CCP will be prepared to go far in quieting the Hongkongers and they are the reason why people will be breaking the national security law in this PRC colony that soon will just be a big prison camp.

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