>>510088>You can probably find more than one Hong Konger who wants that to happen.
It's the one thing that separates Hong Kong from being just another Asian financial hub. If it loses that status businesses might as well move to Shenzhen, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo or Seoul. In fact, they already have due to the instability. >they've already won the 'hearts and mind'
Being anti-government doesn't mean you are pro-rioter, interviews with average citizens show that much. Several normal protesters were appalled at the violence since the beginning even though they wanted governmental change. Their voices have been silenced by terrorists.>to elect their our leader
Yet they are appealing to the UK who over 150 years never gave them any say in their political lives, and the US who don't even give their colonies actual representation. Hell, you don't even elect your leader in the US, an unelected council of delegates do.>What other solutions do you propose?
What goals does violence against mainlanders, foreigners, people who disagree with you, businesses, universities do to further the cause of Freedom and Democracy? Freedom to be assaulted for saying wrongthink isn't freedom. Freedom to be killed for clearing the road so you could drive to home or work isn't freedom. You are more like terrorists purging the opposition than freedom fighters protecting their homeland.