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AFP's Best Photos of 2019 Hong Kong Police Charge Trapped Citizens in for Rioting Protesters lower themselves down with a rope down from a bridge to a highway, to escape from campus and from police, in Hung Hom district on November 18.



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A photo taken by an anonymous photographer of the first aiders when they retreated from PolyU campus.







AFP's Best Photos of 2019 Police Siege of A protester prepares to shoot an arrow with a bow as police fire tear gas towards the bridge protesters attempt to climb down to road below, to escape from campus and from police, in Hung Hom district on Nov 18.



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Ceremony about to get underway to mark 30 years since the massacre. At Mount Royal lookout. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ among those attending.










Thank you AFP and this photo is very heart breakable, it clearly shows that how 🇭🇰 Gov. has force into the corner




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2 nappal a PolyU kiürítése után. A rendőrség az egyetemfoglalás első napján közölte, hogy mindenki, aki bent van, függetlenül attól, hogy követ-e el bármit, zavargás miatt lesz letartóztatva. Szóval a bent lévők közül mindenki elég motivált volt ezt minél jobban hátráltatni, így nagyon komoly, megbonthatatlan barikádok épültek. A rendőrség végül 12 nap után mégis felszámolta az egészet, konzervatív becslések szerint szerint is legalább 1100 embert letartóztatva, de eddigre az emberek már a csatornarendszeren keresztül is próbáltak elmenekülni. Nekem igazán itt volt átélhető, hogy miközben rengeteg legális és modern európai szemmel is felfogható demonstráció is zajlik, közben ezzel párhuzamosan rengeteg olyan aspektus is van (tömegek által vállalt kockázatok, a kilátástalanság miatt egyre erősebb radikalizáció), amit jellegében némileg 56-hoz lehetne viszonyítani.

Hogy Európában ha nem tetszik valami, akkor nem csak demonstrálni lehet, hanem polgári engedetlenségi eszközökhöz is folyamodni, és ha még bármi illegálisat csinálsz is, akkor is számíthatsz rá, hogy a törvény viszonylag kiszámítható lesz, és előre kalkulálható a büntetésed. Itt pedig nem. Itt ha letartóztatnak, akkor onnantól minden benne van a pakliban, és csak reménykedhetsz benne, hogy nem fogsz teljesen eltűnni valahol Kínában, hogy aztán a helyi rendőrség csak vonogassa a vállát, hogy ők nem tudják, a papírjaik szerint soha nem is tartóztattak le. Hogy itt békés demonstrációról hazamenet is előfordulhat, hogy megtámadnak a rendőrök és pépesre vernek miközben szétpaprikaspréznek, anélkül, hogy bármit csinálnál, vagy épp ellenkezőleg, egyszercsak elvonul az összes rendőr, és többtucatnyi maffiózó jelenik meg és veri végig a békés demonstrálókat. Hogy nincs semmilyen biztonsági garancia, nincs “legrosszabb esetben is az lesz, hogy”, hanem bármi benne lehet a pakliban. Azaz itt ezrek és tízezrek tényleg az életüket kockáztatják azért, hogy kiálljanak a jogaik csorbítása ellen, ami csak remélni tudom, hogy egyszer azon európai országok állampolgárai számára is inspiráció tud lenni, ahol lényegesen kisebb kockázatokat kell vállalni egy kiépülő autoriter rendszer elleni szembeszegüléssel…

(A fotók nem a legszuperebbek, bocs, de éjszaka, mobillal, gyakran embermagas kerítéseken vagy kordonokon keresztül próbálva kattingatni, miközben a több tucatnyi szekuritis egyre idegesebben rádiózik, szóval próbáltuk nem húzni az időt.)

Stand up with Hong Kong, 23.11.2019 London

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On the 23rd of November I went to the demonstration Stand up With Hong Kong to take pictures and interview protesters. I feel that it is my obligation to go and support Hong Kong community in London. I wanted their voices to be heard. I wanted to highlight that protesters and students in HK are not alone and there are many people who support them across the world. I shared my stickers with demonstrators, I gave them a thumbs up and I blend into demonstration.

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There are still people trapped in PolyU. Among them, there is a chef remains staying in the kitchen, cooking for those students.

“Cooking is my way to resist,” the chef said, “I don’t fight physically, but I cook.”

Since the PolyU siege, some protesters found out ways to escape. Many got arrested. (More than 1,000 got arrested in the past few days.) When being asked did he feel disappointed that some people left, he said no. “As long as there is one person staying, we resist. Those people who escaped were worried about our lives, and that’s enough for me.”

“Since the first day, I’ve decided to stay till the last second. As long as there is still one protester coming to me for food,” he said. “I cook.”

Well, this video sums up the PolyU siege quite well. I would say that all is well now, but that would be a total lie, and I am generally opposed to doing that.

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Crazy popo can’t stop beating #hongkong #polyu #policebrutality #fuckccp #fuckgov #fuckpopo . From now tv news.
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I’m Just Really Mad About Carrie Lam RN

Source? Her godsdamned press conference.

Carrie Lam claimed that they were being merciful yesterday bc they allowed those under 18 to leave PolyU peacefully. Yeah, we’d totally leave peacefully after being called rioters even at the age of 11 and getting tear gassed whenever we even tried to leave, regardless of age.

Telling the “rioters” to stop wrecking the public facilities, especially transport? Wow, haven’t you heard? They’re on your side, you arrogant c***!

And “the garrison is participating in a charitable, voluntary activity”? They arranged training for youngsters, helped clear fallen trees after Manghut, visited elderly homes, yeah. And it’s not against the Basic Law? Lady, did you even read the book? Charitable, my ass, is arresting random passersby for being at the wrong place at the wrong time, at the very least? That, dear old lady, is called causing inconvenience to the general public.

“Rioters resort to escalating violence”? Y'all escalated it first, we’re not doing this bc we wanna fight.

“Resort to actual weapons and bombs”? The petrol bombs are not meant to be weapons - they’re for delaying the cops. And if you are calling sporting archery equipment and javelins and bricks “actual weapons” (they’re impromptu weapons, even if they are weapons), what are the cops’ firearms and batons?

And you are still telling them to surrender and that the cops will treat them fairly, especially those under 18. Yep, going against human rights is absolutely fair.

“Cops are reactive and prevent tragedies”? Yo, they’re the ones that set off the tear gas and beating up innocents in the first place.

Invoking the ERO has a lawful basis? That’s it, forget about it, I’m done with this bs. And that’s just the most recent developments, we haven’t even gone into the last 5 months yet.

“Peaceful solution”? To you, it’s surrendering. And the British have taught us well - WE WILL NEVER SURRENDER. Sadly, you lot were taught the same and took it to heart like us. Plus, we’ve already tried that. You refuse to make it peaceful by making it violent. We’re resorting to violence because there is no other option that we haven’t tried.

“The ones doing terrorist activities ain’t the government”? B¥tch, please, check your track record and tell me that ain’t terrorism and tyranny.

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【SAVE HONG KONG】📣
Dear friends from all over the world, Hong Kong is facing a huge humanitarian crisis now.

The movement has been on for five months and now is a critical moment. The police are attacking one of our universities right now, where many students are confronting the police. The police have also arrested the social workers and medical teams and have treated the reporters violently.

We need international support. Please speak up for us. Please let more people know about the crisis in Hong Kong. Please ask your country to support us, to give pressure to Hong Kong government and the Chinese Communist Party. We are just asking for the basic human rights and justice. Please stand with us to uphold the Universal values.

Thank you, my friends!  

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22:29 18th Nov 2019

Hong Kong police are still surrounding the Poly U. The students and protesters cannot leave the campus. Food and medicine are limited. A Red Cross team of 14 professionals was allowed to get in the campus earlier today.

Hongkongers are on the neighbor streets and trying hard to break through the police cordon line so that the people inside the Poly U can leave.

There are 3 parts to the footage. This is only the first part.

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The police has already stormed in the campus and made arrests on 18th Nov morning. Now they retreated outside. Police and the government said the protesters should leave as soon as possible or there will be force. However, if the students dare to go near the exit, the police fire tear gas. There is no way to leave.

At the same time, there are too many injuried inside and too few medical hands inside as the police arrested dozens of them yesterday night. The situation is worrisome.

Yeah there are some politicians from UK and US tweeting about it, calling on the Chief Executive to do something. It seems useless so far.

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