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Hong Kong cancels flights as protestors take over airport

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  • Published on:  Monday, August 12, 2019
  • Hong Kong airport has cancelled all remaining flights because thousands of pro-democracy protestors have overwhelmed the terminal.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/JM_vZGjyJrQ
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  • fnjames fnjames

    fnjames fnjames

     3 months ago

    It is common sense that an effective way to deter bad behavior is punishment. In Hong Kong, we now have a situation that most of the violence offenders will be released soon after they are arrested. Why? Most Hong Kong judges are on rioters’ side because most of them are British-trained or with British citizenship. See WHO are on the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal! No wonder, the riot party in Hong Kong keeps rolling!

  • Li Chen

    Li Chen

     3 months ago

    https://youtu.be/sS5Lu7R8od4
    this is a compilation about what the rioters did, unfortunately western media and HK media avoided telling the truth.

    flights will be redirected to Shenzhen. Cathay Pacific Airlines once encouraged the violence has stock dropped dramatically to the bottom of the past 10 years.

  • Jim Gibbons

    Jim Gibbons

     3 months ago

    Good

  • Margy Rowland

    Margy Rowland

     3 months ago

    The protesters have made a mistake choosing to interfere with foreigners travelling in Hong Kong. Love from Australia 🇦🇺

  • Eric Tan

    Eric Tan

     3 months ago

    Wow, the brave HK protesters are still going strong! I heard the mainland China riot control police have joined the HK local police in trying to control the protests (in HK police uniform). Whether true or not, this will not defeat the HK protesters.

    You can already sense the mood on the ground. The gilets jauness (yellow vest) protest in Paris are not supported by the broader French people. In HK, the broader people support the HK protests albeit they want the protests to be peaceful. The HK people want reforms on the political oppression and repression currently meted out by the traitorous HK govt. Carrie Lam has breached the dam and there is no going back. The current traitorous HK govt is finished.

  • Ian9toes

    Ian9toes

     3 months ago

    Sky News, talk about bitchute being banned in Australia.

  • yve b

    yve b

     3 months ago +3

    China is betting that the Western World will fall on their side because China is economically important ~ China is a huge import market now for Western companies, particularly luxury goods. The West made China important .. without foreign investment ~ foreign knowledge & expertise from the late eighties China wouldn't be where they are now. But how will the World really respond when China moves to 'crush' what they are now calling 'terrorism' in Hong Kong by Hong Kongers? Sadly, I believe China will take any measure ~ however extreme ~ to save their communist political regime and to fully bring Hong Kong under that regime (without waiting another 20 years). If I was a young Hong Konger ~ I would be looking to leave Hong Kong NOW!

  • Bless the World

    Bless the World

     3 months ago +1

    This cluster of violent extremist rioters are not pro-democracy. They represent less than 5% of the population of Hong Kong. over 95% of hong kongers do not support or agree with those thugs. Those rioters vandalised and terrorised citizens, police and property and run riot for over 2 months. They must be clamped down on asap. If anything they are anti-democracy as they are stealing the freedom and human rights of over 95% of hong kongers to a peaceful Hong kong as it was before they started rioting backed by the US. Hong Kong citizens do not support their extremist acts and stands. Of course, the reports and mass media continues their propaganda and the rioters lies to suit their agendas a narrative. There was no excessive force. HK police been lenient for over 2 months. In other states, they would of faced Martial Law long time ago. They bring only hate and terror, nothing do with freedom or democracy.

  • Dennis White

    Dennis White

     3 months ago +1

    Invite Gillian Chung of TWINS to the airport for a Karaoke concert. That airport would clear out so quick.

  • bigbabyzubas

    bigbabyzubas

     3 months ago

    Good.

    A protest doesnt work is nothing changes.

    The Terrorism charges are a way to Bring In Troops.

    This is about to get Ugly.

  • 漢仔

    漢仔

     3 months ago +1

    Don’t worry, the PLA won’t enter in HK. Give up your idea, US.

  • Paul Noel

    Paul Noel

     3 months ago +3

    Budapest 1956, Prague 1968 . Tiananmen Square 1989, Hong Kong 2019? I would bet on it.

  • dante dante

    dante dante

     3 months ago

    TAKE NOTE AUSTRALIA ....SOON WHEN YOU EVENTUALLY WAKE UP TO THIS MASQUERADING FALSE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT YOU TOO WILL HAVE TO MAKE A STAND .....GOOD LUCK NOW THAT THEY HAVE DISARMED YOU ...BUILT A WALL AROUND OUR PARLIAMENT HOUSE AND RECENT FUND INCREASING TO THE MILITARY ALL FOR THEIR PROTECTION.... WAKE UP GET OUT OF BED

  • High Pressure

    High Pressure

     3 months ago +2

    This is going to end with chinese machine gun bullets...

  • Chasing Excellence

    Chasing Excellence

     3 months ago +2

    Can someone tell me how did Australian Police dealt with Cronulla Riots?

    Weren’t the protesters on the beach waving Australian flag? Didn’t they call themselves for the good of true Australia? So they must be country loving patriots, liberal fighting heroes, right? Therefore when Australian police dealt with them, this must be evident that Australia doesn’t have freedom and human rights, correct?

  • Furlock Furli

    Furlock Furli

     3 months ago +3

    So only Australia Sky News Australia is informing about that. Shame to the rest of the news agencies and companies.

    Thx Sky News Australia.

  • Sam Sebastian Khor

    Sam Sebastian Khor

     3 months ago +1

    Good. Next is to shut down ALL exits. Only who are NOT protestors are allowed out.

  • Aus1

    Aus1

     3 months ago +2

    Maybe we should all boycott Chinese goods till Hong Kong is freed from CCP tyrant.

  • chromatic1976

    chromatic1976

     3 months ago +14

    wake up australia, censorship hurts us all

  • Cortezerino

    Cortezerino

     3 months ago

    These morons are going to give the government no choice but to crack down, they'd be far better off picking their battles.