Hong Kong holds massive march for dem...

Hong Kong holds massive march for democracy

There are 10 comments on the Times Herald story from Jul 1, 2014, titled Hong Kong holds massive march for democracy. In it, Times Herald reports that:

Thousands of people prepared to attend Hong Kong's annual march for democracy Tuesday in what organizers hoped would be the highest turnout for a decade.

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New China

Zhengzhou, China

#1 Jul 1, 2014
Im afraid there will be no many citizen to participate this kind of march.
anyway, democracy is not freedomism.
Ghengis Khan

Palmerston North, New Zealand

#2 Jul 2, 2014
500.000 plus turned out, check out the photo's.
CCP is a dead duck in the water
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#3 Jul 2, 2014
hm, bragging you must be. just think how many are there in HK? you could work out.
no more than 1000 who have nothing to do but get some cents from the organizers of rally could be guessed.

the true workers and staffs will have no time to go down the street to shout meaningless slogans.

you can't judge how many from photo, poto can be forged eaily and where is it?
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#4 Jul 2, 2014
150,000 is not 500,000. You can't count, Bill-tard.
JUNE FOURTH MASSACRE

Port Moody, Canada

#5 Jul 2, 2014
New China wrote:
Im afraid there will be no many citizen to participate this kind of march.
anyway, democracy is not freedomism.
Yes, you look like an idiot and liar once again, as all who support the corrupt mass-murderers of the CCP inevitably do.
Ghengis Khan

Palmerston North, New Zealand

#6 Jul 2, 2014
RayH wrote:
150,000 is not 500,000. You can't count, Bill-tard.
The July 1 protest march in Hong Kong was one of the largest in the territory’s history, with up to half a million people participating. Many protesters were students and young people who have previously not been politically active in Hong Kong. With growing concern that the 2017 election for chief executive needs to be more democratic, many people in Hong Kong and mainland China are wondering what is next for the nascent protest movement.
Well Rayhole,,, "a growing concern?" Yes you little commie slimeball. did you see the thousands wearing their British HK flagged Tshirts?
Commies barred thousands from Taiwan from joining their HKese friends.. Ask your knee RayHole,, what country can keep their citizenz ignorant, and rule by fear????
Ohh sorry,, there is Two,,, nth Korea as well
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#7 Jul 3, 2014
JUNE FOURTH MASSACRE wrote:
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Yes, you look like an idiot and liar once again, as all who support the corrupt mass-murderers of the CCP inevitably do.
you are complete idiot, who have only empty words.
New China

Zhengzhou, China

#8 Jul 3, 2014
Ghengis Khan wrote:
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The July 1 protest march in Hong Kong was one of the largest in the territory’s history, with up to half a million people participating. Many protesters were students and young people who have previously not been politically active in Hong Kong. With growing concern that the 2017 election for chief executive needs to be more democratic, many people in Hong Kong and mainland China are wondering what is next for the nascent protest movement.
Well Rayhole,,, "a growing concern?" Yes you little commie slimeball. did you see the thousands wearing their British HK flagged Tshirts?
Commies barred thousands from Taiwan from joining their HKese friends.. Ask your knee RayHole,, what country can keep their citizenz ignorant, and rule by fear????
Ohh sorry,, there is Two,,, nth Korea as well
protest march? I
have imagined originally that there must be many people who filed into squares with lould slogans, but I couldn't see any sign of it from video shotted by photographers. several coupler-like pull their baby troilley ramble, some bring their children, look like walk in the mall without any idea in unconcern.
some youngers look like playing a game, others students=like seem to come out there just for fun.
there was no anyclimate of demonstration.
I thought they must come for fun or walk passby.or go for a walk, so so...
in the ordinary days, there are also many passengers who go down the street, either hurrish for punctual job, or to shopping.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#9 Jul 3, 2014
Ghengis Khan wrote:
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The July 1 protest march in Hong Kong was one of the largest in the territory’s history, with up to half a million people participating. Many protesters were students and young people who have previously not been politically active in Hong Kong. With growing concern that the 2017 election for chief executive needs to be more democratic, many people in Hong Kong and mainland China are wondering what is next for the nascent protest movement.
Well Rayhole,,, "a growing concern?" Yes you little commie slimeball. did you see the thousands wearing their British HK flagged Tshirts?
Commies barred thousands from Taiwan from joining their HKese friends.. Ask your knee RayHole,, what country can keep their citizenz ignorant, and rule by fear????
Ohh sorry,, there is Two,,, nth Korea as well
The way it's going, Hong Kong's "democracy" after 2017 will be as big of a JOKE as Taiwan's.
New Thinking Will prevail

Edinburgh, UK

#10 Jul 3, 2014
RayH wrote:
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The way it's going, Hong Kong's "democracy" after 2017 will be as big of a JOKE as Taiwan's.
Ray you are right to point out the hypocrisy in democracy yet somehow China must learn that heavy policy does not actually work
as long as a nation is oppressed it will react
the way to end war and ensure the world is a good place to live is to learn the way of true freedom
humanity is in a trap it brought on itself
every time you see injustice and say nothing or agree with it you give it power
you might not want folk to have say over their own life but if so you are in no position to assert any knowing of the right to independence of every man woman or child on Earth
think over where you see life from
do not be anyones lap dog
think for yourself

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