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Hong Kong Democrazy Protests

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Luc Furr
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Hong Kong Democrazy Protests

Post by Luc Furr » December 12th, 2014, 12:59 am

Again the Democrazy protests in Hong Kong have been pulled down. How long will the students stay quiet? Likely not too long. Gaining control of a city is extremely lucrative for revolutionaries like the students of Hong Kong. Once in control, they will be able to begin passing laws to transfer the wealth from others in the city to themselves. An added benefit will be the ability to pass laws to block immigration of the mainland chinese who seem to be greatly disliked by the do nothing local students who already live in that great ponzi scheme called Hong Kong. Transferring and consuming wealth is what democrazies do best. Look what it has done to Anglo lands. Flood them with immigrants...outvote the countries builders/citizens then transfer and party their wealth away.

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