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Hong Kong police use tear gas to counter protest petrol bombs

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When China does something deemed negative the world and JT posters have a lot to say. Now they've done something deemed positive, they've released a UK mission worker from detention. The silence is deafening

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Lamilly:

Now they've done something deemed positive, they've released a UK mission worker from detention. The silence is deafening

Err, maybe it's because he should never have been detained in the first place, what with the usual trumped-up charges.

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And the charges were connected to prostitution!

A forced confession?

Thanks for your mercy and lenient behavior China-not!

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When China does something deemed negative the world and JT posters have a lot to say. Now they've done something deemed positive, they've released a UK mission worker from detention. The silence is deafening

To quote Chris Rock about twenty years ago: Whaddya want, a cookie?

You don't get praised for doing something you're just supposed to do. I don't get praised for NOT breaking the law.

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Canadians are still jailed as punishment for having a free court system that doesn't bend to China's will

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When someone tries to set you on fire, defending yourself with tear gas is a reasonable counter-measure.

Peaceful protests are needed, until the Hong Kong police and leaders come over.

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