Hong Kong Protests

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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby roger hao on Sun Sep 08, 2019 6:09 pm

Trick must have forgot -
In China
You need passport to get on the train and passport to get off the train -
as Bao said.
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Bill on Sun Sep 08, 2019 6:45 pm

I wonder if China would try and influence how this insignificant discussion board views what's happening in Hong Kong.
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby windwalker on Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:11 pm

Bill wrote:I wonder if China would try and influence how this insignificant discussion board views what's happening in Hong Kong.


Should be the other way around if something is said here that manages to attract their censors the site itself could be blocked.


Those who've lived / live, there have their own views...It is interesting in talking to some of my
students about whats going...some of them where in Tiananmen Square during that time.

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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Trick on Mon Sep 09, 2019 1:04 am

roger hao wrote:Trick must have forgot -
In China
You need passport to get on the train and passport to get off the train -
as Bao said.

No you are wrong, at least in my case, I’ve never needed to show any identification when getting of the train(out of the train station) just show my train ticket....But yes when I “check in” to the train station I show my passport which the controller hardly look at, the ticket is a little more interesting which they glance at for a second......But as i said getting on or of the train no identification is never flashed and certainly no police walking the trains......Now i begin to get some Twilight chills from you guys 8-)
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Trick on Mon Sep 09, 2019 1:11 am

Bill wrote:I wonder if China would try and influence how this insignificant discussion board views what's happening in Hong Kong.

Some here already think and worries that’s already happening, to the point they dare not write Falun-Gong...But I tell you for sure the CIA and FBI are watching us here on.....








Just kidding....... :o
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Strange on Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:35 am

yeah but the CIA watches everyone
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Franklin on Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:51 pm

Bill wrote:I wonder if China would try and influence how this insignificant discussion board views what's happening in Hong Kong.


i am guessing that if they hired someone to do that -
that person could probably accumulate enough citizen points to ride the train without having to show a passport...
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Trick on Tue Sep 10, 2019 1:37 am

The train stations here are full of highly appointed citizens, domestically traveling they don’t need passports....8-)


Talking about traveling, yesterday I read that the trouble maker Joshua(Jesus !?)Wong who had been detained was released on bail and are now traveling to Germany(should have arrived by now)
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Michael on Tue Oct 01, 2019 6:29 pm

Two protesters were shot by police in Tsuen Wan today in Hong Kong. The twitter video uploaded to streamable shows a lot that happened before the shooting and the youtube vid begins immediately prior and has annotations. They're both a couple of minutes.

Original link from twitter, somewhat graphic
https://mobile.twitter.com/ezracheungto ... 32448?s=19

https://streamable.com/9fjv3

Youtube vid begins just prior to shooting and is pretty graphic. It's age restricted.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe7FYMTYPuc
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Michael on Tue Oct 01, 2019 8:51 pm

China Uncensored reports all MTR stations closed in HK today.

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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby windwalker on Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:07 am

update

At Quartz, Jane Li reports on a statement released late last month by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, that anyone applying for a new mobile and data service plan will need to have their faces scanned by their telecom provider.

Effective December 1,

this new verification requirement is an update of longstanding real-name verification regulations for cell phone and internet platform registration, and is the latest regulation to tighten the Xi administration’s control over internet access.


As anticipated, the Hong Kong government on Friday enacted colonial-era emergency powers–for the first time in over 50 years–allowing them to declare the use of face masks, paint, or any other facial obstruction illegal at public gatherings, punishable by fines and six months jail time.

The mask ban comes into effect on October 5, Chief Executive Carrie Lam...


https://chinadigitaltimes.net/
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Michael on Sat Oct 05, 2019 7:14 am

The facial recognition for phones is only in the mainland. HK has privacy regulations against needing an ID for a phone, but mainland has had a strict ID requirement for about 7 years. Adding the facial recognition is just the latest increase in the surveillance state and an attempt to prevent ayi's from stealing all the toilet paper. https://streamable.com/wkuj2

China uses facial recognition software to crack down on toilet paper theft
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/03/21/china-uses-facial-recognition-software-to-crack-down-on-toilet-paper-theft/

As far as a regulation against masks or face paint at public gatherings, it's one of those things that cut both ways.
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Trick on Sun Oct 06, 2019 6:38 am

windwalker wrote:update

At Quartz, Jane Li reports on a statement released late last month by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, that anyone applying for a new mobile and data service plan will need to have their faces scanned by their telecom provider.

Effective December 1,

this new verification requirement is an update of longstanding real-name verification regulations for cell phone and internet platform registration, and is the latest regulation to tighten the Xi administration’s control over internet access.


As anticipated, the Hong Kong government on Friday enacted colonial-era emergency powers–for the first time in over 50 years–allowing them to declare the use of face masks, paint, or any other facial obstruction illegal at public gatherings, punishable by fines and six months jail time.

The mask ban comes into effect on October 5, Chief Executive Carrie Lam...


https://chinadigitaltimes.net/

coming to the US & EU in 3 - 2 - 1 very soon........ In beatuful and freedom loving Sweden its already testing, facial recognition https://edpb.europa.eu/news/national-ne ... pr-fine_en Law agains covering ones face in larg puolic gatherings, protests for example(sorry, its in swedish) https://www.riksdagen.se/sv/dokument-la ... s-2005-900 And to top this, the mark of the beast is already at work in Sweden https://bibleask.org/swedens-new-microchip-mark-beast/ 8-)
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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Trick on Sun Oct 06, 2019 6:50 am

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Re: Hong Kong Protests

Postby Michael on Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:44 pm

In addition to the beastial aspect, I would object to them putting the chip so close acupoint Large Intestine 4. Probably more healthy to just go ahead and get the brain chip implant since that area is not critical for most people.
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