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There is an ongoing civil unrest in USA. People from whites and blacks are demonstrating against the racist policies of American leadership. Everything started with George Folyd assassination. The government tried to defuse the tensions by arresting the cop who savagely murdered Floyd. But apparently people are not giving up this time.

Below you can see American citizens are challenging American identity by setting US flag on fire.

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They are protesting for their freedom and peaceful protester. The US police use forces on innocent people.

China need to sanction evil Trump regime for their brutality to support these oppress.
 

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Power to the people!!
Down with racist cops and racist system!!

On a side note, it's so refreshing that these people have the freedom to protest and burn flags

In other nations this happens
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/09/asia/houston-rockets-fan-arrested-china-intl-hnk-scli/index.html

Houston Rockets fan arrested in China after threatening to burn national flag
By Joshua Berlinger and Isaac Yee, CNN



Updated 0445 GMT (1245 HKT) October 9, 2019


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Chinese authorities said a 25-year-old was arrested after posting an image of himself wearing a Rockets jersey and insulting the country's flag.
Hong Kong (CNN)A 25-year-old Houston Rockets fan in China threatened to burn the Chinese flag in protest of the ongoing dispute between Beijing and the NBA team, and told police to "come and arrest him."

He was behind bars hours later.
Authorities in China's northeastern Jilin province said the man, Howard Wang, was accused of publishing "insults directed against the national flag" on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter. Wang was arrested shortly afterward and the case is being investigated, local police said in a statement.
It is illegal to desecrate the flag in China and offenders can face up to 3 years in prison.
Wang's social media post was published Sunday, a few days after longtime Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey sent a tweet in support of months-long anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
The Rockets have been arguably the most popular NBA franchise in China since the team drafted Chinese superstar Yao Ming in 2002. Yao played his entire NBA career in Houston.
Morey deleted the tweet and sent out an apology that failed to mollify the NBA's Chinese partners and infuriated politicians in the US who accused the league of prioritizing profits over values.
After being subject to withering domestic criticism, NBA commissioner Adam Silver released a more forceful statement defending the league's right to free speech.
"Values of equality, respect and freedom of expression have long defined the NBA -- and will continue to do so," Silver said. "The NBA will not put itself in a position of regulating what players, employees and team owners say or will not say on these issues."
Silver's response drew the ire of Chinese authorities and many angry citizens who said they would no longer support the Rockets. Some said they wouldn't buy Rockets gear unless Morey resigned. Several Chinese business have also suspended ties with the team.
On Weibo, some posters said if Morey can say whatever he wants, they would do so too, no matter how controversial. So they posted comments in support of 9/11 or the independence of California in an apparent attempt to mock the idea of freedom of expression.
https://www.cnn.com/specials/asia/hong-kong-protests-intl-hnk
It's unclear how many Chinese people would have supported Wang, as China's internet is heavily censored. Many people inside the country likely also self-censor because they are aware of the consequences of posting content that could get them in trouble with the government.
Wang's photograph showed him wearing a mask and and a patch over one eye, both common symbols among the protesters who have taken to the streets for the past 18 weeks in Hong Kong. While initially peaceful, demonstrations have become increasingly violent as the political unrest has dragged on.
Hong Kong police regularly use tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and water cannons to disperse unauthorized demonstrations. Protesters have increasingly targeted police using Molotov cocktails and bricks. Protesters have also vandalized government property, the city's subway system and businesses perceived to be pro-China.
 

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I think the most important thing is to prevent the violence and destructive behavior of protesters. Trump needs to blockade the city and put all these terrorists in jail.
 

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They have charged the COP third degree murder.. protestors want other 3 to be charged as well.
Lets see what happenes..

I think the most important thing is to prevent the violence and destructive behavior of protesters. Trump needs to blockade the city and put all these terrorists in jail.
They have called the national guard and put curfew.. If the protests don't die down things will get really ugly...
 

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Power to the people!!
Down with racist cops and racist system!!

On a side note, it's so refreshing that these people have the freedom to protest and burn flags

In other nations this happens
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/09/asia/houston-rockets-fan-arrested-china-intl-hnk-scli/index.html

Houston Rockets fan arrested in China after threatening to burn national flag
By Joshua Berlinger and Isaac Yee, CNN



Updated 0445 GMT (1245 HKT) October 9, 2019


191009103249-china-jersey-fan-burning-flags-exlarge-169.jpg


Chinese authorities said a 25-year-old was arrested after posting an image of himself wearing a Rockets jersey and insulting the country's flag.
Hong Kong (CNN)A 25-year-old Houston Rockets fan in China threatened to burn the Chinese flag in protest of the ongoing dispute between Beijing and the NBA team, and told police to "come and arrest him."

He was behind bars hours later.
Authorities in China's northeastern Jilin province said the man, Howard Wang, was accused of publishing "insults directed against the national flag" on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter. Wang was arrested shortly afterward and the case is being investigated, local police said in a statement.
It is illegal to desecrate the flag in China and offenders can face up to 3 years in prison.
Wang's social media post was published Sunday, a few days after longtime Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey sent a tweet in support of months-long anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
The Rockets have been arguably the most popular NBA franchise in China since the team drafted Chinese superstar Yao Ming in 2002. Yao played his entire NBA career in Houston.
Morey deleted the tweet and sent out an apology that failed to mollify the NBA's Chinese partners and infuriated politicians in the US who accused the league of prioritizing profits over values.
After being subject to withering domestic criticism, NBA commissioner Adam Silver released a more forceful statement defending the league's right to free speech.
"Values of equality, respect and freedom of expression have long defined the NBA -- and will continue to do so," Silver said. "The NBA will not put itself in a position of regulating what players, employees and team owners say or will not say on these issues."
Silver's response drew the ire of Chinese authorities and many angry citizens who said they would no longer support the Rockets. Some said they wouldn't buy Rockets gear unless Morey resigned. Several Chinese business have also suspended ties with the team.
On Weibo, some posters said if Morey can say whatever he wants, they would do so too, no matter how controversial. So they posted comments in support of 9/11 or the independence of California in an apparent attempt to mock the idea of freedom of expression.
It's unclear how many Chinese people would have supported Wang, as China's internet is heavily censored. Many people inside the country likely also self-censor because they are aware of the consequences of posting content that could get them in trouble with the government.
Wang's photograph showed him wearing a mask and and a patch over one eye, both common symbols among the protesters who have taken to the streets for the past 18 weeks in Hong Kong. While initially peaceful, demonstrations have become increasingly violent as the political unrest has dragged on.
Hong Kong police regularly use tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and water cannons to disperse unauthorized demonstrations. Protesters have increasingly targeted police using Molotov cocktails and bricks. Protesters have also vandalized government property, the city's subway system and businesses perceived to be pro-China.
China gave autonomy to Hong Kong a long time ago. Why doesnt hypocrites of USA do the same with Puerto Rico? Did you know that they are not allowed to participate in US elections because they are considered as the inferior race? Hypocrisy?

@Beast Please enlighten our friends, they are brainwashed by western propaganda machine.
 

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Power to the people!!
Down with racist cops and racist system!!

On a side note, it's so refreshing that these people have the freedom to protest and burn flags

In other nations this happens
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/09/asia/houston-rockets-fan-arrested-china-intl-hnk-scli/index.html

Houston Rockets fan arrested in China after threatening to burn national flag
By Joshua Berlinger and Isaac Yee, CNN



Updated 0445 GMT (1245 HKT) October 9, 2019


191009103249-china-jersey-fan-burning-flags-exlarge-169.jpg


Chinese authorities said a 25-year-old was arrested after posting an image of himself wearing a Rockets jersey and insulting the country's flag.
Hong Kong (CNN)A 25-year-old Houston Rockets fan in China threatened to burn the Chinese flag in protest of the ongoing dispute between Beijing and the NBA team, and told police to "come and arrest him."

He was behind bars hours later.
Authorities in China's northeastern Jilin province said the man, Howard Wang, was accused of publishing "insults directed against the national flag" on Weibo, China's equivalent to Twitter. Wang was arrested shortly afterward and the case is being investigated, local police said in a statement.
It is illegal to desecrate the flag in China and offenders can face up to 3 years in prison.
Wang's social media post was published Sunday, a few days after longtime Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey sent a tweet in support of months-long anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
The Rockets have been arguably the most popular NBA franchise in China since the team drafted Chinese superstar Yao Ming in 2002. Yao played his entire NBA career in Houston.
Morey deleted the tweet and sent out an apology that failed to mollify the NBA's Chinese partners and infuriated politicians in the US who accused the league of prioritizing profits over values.
After being subject to withering domestic criticism, NBA commissioner Adam Silver released a more forceful statement defending the league's right to free speech.
"Values of equality, respect and freedom of expression have long defined the NBA -- and will continue to do so," Silver said. "The NBA will not put itself in a position of regulating what players, employees and team owners say or will not say on these issues."
Silver's response drew the ire of Chinese authorities and many angry citizens who said they would no longer support the Rockets. Some said they wouldn't buy Rockets gear unless Morey resigned. Several Chinese business have also suspended ties with the team.
On Weibo, some posters said if Morey can say whatever he wants, they would do so too, no matter how controversial. So they posted comments in support of 9/11 or the independence of California in an apparent attempt to mock the idea of freedom of expression.
It's unclear how many Chinese people would have supported Wang, as China's internet is heavily censored. Many people inside the country likely also self-censor because they are aware of the consequences of posting content that could get them in trouble with the government.
Wang's photograph showed him wearing a mask and and a patch over one eye, both common symbols among the protesters who have taken to the streets for the past 18 weeks in Hong Kong. While initially peaceful, demonstrations have become increasingly violent as the political unrest has dragged on.
Hong Kong police regularly use tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and water cannons to disperse unauthorized demonstrations. Protesters have increasingly targeted police using Molotov cocktails and bricks. Protesters have also vandalized government property, the city's subway system and businesses perceived to be pro-China.
Stop your hypocrisy. Putting on crocodile tear to act on the black protestors side. Didnt hongkonger can march on the street to protest? What is so different from US?

As for flag burning, it a crime to burn US flag too. So much of your nonsense.

I am so happy US regime has a taste of their own medicine and a big slap on double standard people like you. :enjoy:

China gave autonomy to Hong Kong a long time ago. Why doesnt hypocrites of USA do the same with Puerto Rico? Did you know that they are not allowed to participate in US elections because they are considered as the inferior race? Hypocrisy?

@Beast Please enlighten our friends, they are brainwashed by western propaganda machine.
@Rusty. It is a question for the brainwashed :enjoy:
 

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China gave autonomy to Hong Kong a long time ago. Why doesnt hypocrites of USA do the same with Puerto Rico? Did you know that they are not allowed to participate in US elections because they are considered as the inferior race? Hypocrisy?

@Beast Please enlighten our friends, they are brainwashed by western propaganda machine.
Please stay on topic.
You can open another thread and we can discuss that.

Keep in mind, I am no fan of the American or CCP regime.
 

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Stop your baby talk
See, I can accuse you of nonsense without evidence too:D

oh and celebrating violent protest in another country while cursing out violent protest in your own country... there is a word for that... maybe I will remember it soon :azn:
Lol.. when hongkong protest and violent protest happened with innocent old man stone to death, set on fire and student shooting arrow. Ain't you all cheering in the name of democracy and freedom?

How selective r u? And is burning of US flag legal in US public? Tell me?
 

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Indeed, George Soros paid the US police ready to crack down protest with machine gun.
https://defence.pk/pdf/rules/

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Lol.. when hongkong protest and violent protest happened with innocent old man stone to death, set on fire and student shooting arrow. Ain't you all cheering in the name of democracy and freedom?

How selective r u? And is burning of US flag legal in US? Tell me?

Stay on topic.
Open a new thread if you want to discuss that.
 

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