Tear Gas Fired as Hong Kong Protesters Return to Streets Against China’s ‘National Security’ Law

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The air in Hong Kong filled again with tear gas on May 24 after months of relative quiet during the pandemic lockdowns.

Thousands returned to the streets to voice their opposition to Beijing’s proposal for a “national security” law that was presented at the Chinese regime’s rubber-stamp legislature this week—bypassing the Hong Kong legislative council.

According to Hong Kong police, at least 180 protesters had been arrested as of Sunday 10 p.m.

Beijing’s move was met with international criticism as critics argued that the law would undermine Hong Kong’s autonomy and freedoms, which the Chinese regime promised to preserve after the city’s sovereignty was handed over from Britain to China in 1997.

Planned March
Netizens on Hong Kong’s social media quickly called for a march on Hong Kong Island from Causeway Bay to Wan Chai beginning at 1 p.m. local time on Sunday.

The groups held banners and placards voicing their opposition to the CCP’s national security law that they see as destroying the promises made between the British government and the Chinese regime under the Sino-British Joint Declaration.

Crowds of demonstrators dressed in black flouted coronavirus social distancing measures to gather in the Causeway Bay district, a popular shopping area, and chant slogans such as “Stand with Hong Kong,” “Liberate Hong Kong” and “Revolution of our times.”

They repeated the longstanding “five demands” of prior demonstrations, including for universal suffrage and an independent inquiry into instances of police violence.

Before the march took off, a large number of police officers were seen gathering in Causeway Bay, including patrols at the local metro station, where they stopped people for inspection.
Police fired the first shot of tear gas at around 1:30 p.m. local time outside the local shopping mall Hysan Place in Causeway Bay in an effort to disperse protesters. The first arrest was made about 20 minutes later.
At 2:30 p.m. local time, the Hong Kong government issued a statement saying that “rioters” had thrown items at police officers and blocked roads with miscellaneous objects. It added that the police were using “minimum necessary force, including tear gas” to disperse “rioters.”

Police have since fired multiple rounds of tear gas and pepper spray. Journalists covering the protests were also hit.

The local police were already gearing up for a possible confrontation with protesters earlier in the day, with a police water cannon vehicle parked outside of the Hong Kong Liaison Office in the morning, the Hong Kong branch of The Epoch Times reported.
At around 3:20 p.m. local time, a police water cannon fired at protesters and journalists near Canal Road Flyover.
Lee Cheuk-yan, the alliance’s chairman, told local media that Beijing was “digging its own grave” by proposing the national security law.

Recently, over 200 parliamentarians and policymakers from 23 countries issued a joint statement, saying that China’s law is a “flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration.”

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35 thoughts on “Tear Gas Fired as Hong Kong Protesters Return to Streets Against China’s ‘National Security’ Law

  1. Hongkongers will kill your evil cult regime, hongkongers will never ever surrounded, free hong kong, evil cult ccp doom day is coming.

  2. Breaches of Sino-british declaration!
    Hahaha like China give a fuck.
    They walked around like an rich bitch. Dont make me pimp slap you.
    So words dont mean shit. Wake the fuck up TURTLE.

  3. Atleast people are able to report these protests bcoz it's not happening in China and they cannot censor it.

    HK is fighting fr this freedom.

  4. To further understand the CCP's devil and terrorism. The CCP is demon and gangsters. They bully, lie, and murder millions during the MAO regime; and now the XI regime. They force citizens to bow down to Communism and MAO. The CCP was imported from Russia and Marxism. It was Not originated from China. It should never be allowed to happen in China. Please watch the video below, Part 1.


  5. PLA, turn your guns on the CCP.
    Install Paster Wang Yi or some other descent man/woman as interim President pending Democratic elections.

  6. Go Hong Konger's Go. Kick Xi and the Communist Pig 🐷🐷🐷 Party in their Ball's just say no to commi'ohs. Onk Onk Onk

  7. Hong Kong needs nuclear submarines & NUCLEAR BALLISTIC MISSILES that reaches Beijing ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  8. Why can’t ppl of China see this, and stand up for themselves 😒 they just obey and wait for others to save them

  9. If you live in Hong Kong, leave if you can, this will not end well. China has legal rights in 2047, this is not worth fighting for.


  11. " Beijing is digging its own grave" .. regime change is needed for the CCP.
    RIP CCP ⚰⚰⚰⚰⚰ ….

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