Following escalating series of riots, violences, clashes and physical standoff during Hong Kong protests for the last three months, Amnesty International releases its latest report on 20 September 2019. The report, which is based on field investigation, accuses Hong Kong Police uses excessive forces as brutal beating and torture against protesters.
In the same day the report released, Hong Kong’s police force immediately dismissed Amnesty’s findings and rejected the allegations. Saying that their officers “exercise a high level of restraint at all times in the use of force.”
Unfortunately, the human rights organization doesn’t even slightly mention another violation that doesn’t get as much sympathy as the protesters get. Doxing attack against Hong Kong police’s families. Not many people know that the sentiment towards Hong Kong security forces is increasingly massive. The framing hoax continues to be chained by anarchist protesters.
For example, Channel News Asia reported more than 180 police officers have been attacked and injured during the protests. Their families being targeted, “bullied and intimidated”, said Hong Kong government on August 18. A government spokesman “expressed his regret” at a rally held on Sunday “by an organization targeting police as a symbol of hostility”.
“Many police stations have been attacked or surrounded more than 75 times. The police have handled this illegal act with tolerance.” He said. He added that police family members were also “under various levels of intimidation. “Their homes were damaged and the women and children who lived there were scared and disturbed.”
Back to the protesters who were unconsciously being “pawns in chess”. Their brutal actions and human rights violations are actually the culmination of the implementation of the “Non-violent Action” method initiated by Gene Sharp. Psychological intervention and non-violent harassment as what they did to the police’s family are the examples (See the inserted link no 161).
Jamila Raqib, executive director of the Albert Einstein Institute headquartered near Boston, which analyzes and distributes studies on non-violent struggle, said it was clear that protesters had been trained in how to behave during protests.
At demonstrations in previous years, they once initiated the nonviolent action as a “weapon of mass destruction” to challenge the Chinese government. The committee prepared a plan to persuade 10,000 people to take to the streets, to occupy the road in central Hong Kong, in January 2013. At that time, they believed that China’s move to control Hong Kong elections would provide a moment where civil disobedience could be effective. Their strategy is not only to plan the time and nature of the demonstration, but also how they will be carried out.
Another example is given by South China Morning Post that revealed lots of police also experiencing online abuse. Private data of more than 400 officers and 100 of their family members has been published on the internet.
Such a shame seeing that the protesters claimed they fight for democracy and human rights, but at the same time some of them also actively violated human rights. This also proves they do not understand very well what they are fighting for since most of them consumed by false news supplied by western interests. Now, the facts began to surface.
A report in Hong Kong’s main newspaper Ta kung Pao said there had been a meeting between several radical opposition figures. Including “Hong Kong independence” activist Joshua Wong and a female official from the United States on Tuesday. The woman’s identity is known as Julie Eadeh, head of the US Consulate General’s political unit in Hong Kong & Macau.
On the other hand, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong submitted a serious statement and expressed dissatisfaction and opposition, demanding clarification from the U.S spokesman Morgan Ortagus, who acknowledged the meeting, and claimed that the U.S. government representative “meet regularly with many people throughout Hong Kong and Macau”.
Not long ago, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly stated that the Hong Kong demonstration was “a beautiful sight to see” and welcomed Joshua Wong in Washington. Then in July, Pence and US former National Security Adviser John Bolton held a meeting with the leaders the Hong Kong opposition pin.
In HK, a US foundation supported by the CIA, is known to have colluded with the heads of the Hong Kong riots recently with financial and strategic support. An action or arguably, “Operation Intelligence” which according to Chinese experts shows the intention of the US to “Americanize” Hong Kong.
Sentaku, a Japanese monthly magazine, revealed that Hong Kong extremists received significant funding from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). On NED web page, they claim to be “private, non-profit, grant-making organizations that receive an annual allocation from the US Congress.” An NED founder, Allen Weinstein, told the Washington Post in 1991 that “Much of what we do today was secretly carried out 25 years ago by the CIA.”