HONG KONG PROTESTS PART OF HILLARY’S “CHINA WILL PAY” THREAT
NY Times writes: Crackdown on Protests by Hong Kong Police Draws More to the Streets
By CHRIS BUCKLEY and ALAN WONG
Downtown Hong Kong turned into a battlefield of tear gas and seething crowds on Sunday after the police moved against a student democracy protest.
Yesterday, it was a massive front page attack ad aimed at Russia. Remember?
NY Times: It Pays to Be Putin’s Friend
Idealistic 15-year old student-idiot waves a Time Magazine cover / Professional banners with Hollywoodish theme: “They can’t kill us all.”
Due to the fact that Hong Kong had been under British sovereignty until the Transfer of 1997, and still retains a degree of autonomy from China, ‘The Agency’ has always been able to maintain a strong presence in Hong Kong. Recall that it was Hong Kong flash-mobs, waving professionally made English language signs and banners, which greeted the CIA fake ‘whisteblower’ known as Edward Snowden.
Sulzberger’s Slimes works hand-in-hand with the CIA. The Slimes is the motor of what 1960’s CIA Political Warfare Director Frank Wisner once referred to as the “mighty Wurlitzer (a grand organ)” that is the controlled front groups and elements of the American propaganda press. Wisner once boasted that his apparatus was “capable of playing any propaganda tune I desired.”