HK mobs’ plan exposed
Synchronized collusion behind series of violent incidents
Rioters in Hong Kong have created many vicious incidents in the name of demonstrations in the past two months, including vandalizing the Legislative Council (Legco), storming the the liaison office of the central government, disrupting the airport, besieging and beating tourists and a reporter from the Chinese mainland and even attacking police.
As their slogan of “peace, reason and nonviolence” and what they called “valiant” rioters took turns to debut, the claim that there is “no unified commander-in-chief” for their violence becomes more and more suspicious.
After more than two months of observation, the Global Times reporters found that a series of violent incidents taking place in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region did not appear to be so loose.
On the contrary, the mobs were extremely maliciously organized.
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“Christmas and the New Year are coming, let’s prepare some ‘gifts’ for those nasty pigs and chimpanzees!” This message was circulated on a chat group on Telegram on December 6, 2016.
Two weeks later, a truck drove into a