Will China stop Hong Kong's protests?

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Will China stop Hong Kong's protests? 4
China has warned it might be losing patience with what it calls a 'colour revolution' in Hong Kong.
It's said those who play with fire must not mistake Beijing's restraint for weakness - they will eventually be punished.
A few days after that warning, protesters were back on the streets for the tenth straight weekend.
They've defied a police ban on some of the marches, and again faced teargas.
Activists have also staged a protest at the international airport, to make arriving tourists aware of their campaign.
Protesters want chief executive leader Carrie Lam to resign, greater democratic reform and an inquiry into alleged police violence.
But Lam says her priority is to stop the unrest, that she says has hurt the city's economy.
What options does China have, to deal with anger in Hong Kong?
And is a military intervention possible?

Presenter: Mohamed Jamjoom

Guests
Tom Grundy, Editor-in-Chief and founder of Hong Kong Free Press
Einar Tangen, China Political Analyst and Advises the Chinese government on economic and development issues.
Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute at SOAS University of London.


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💬 Comments on the video
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The british cant even finish brexit, they wanna talk about HK?

Author — Sebastian Harja

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3:08 "Sending in the people's liberation army" - I bet the protesters will feel liberated when they arrive...

Author — Richard Wilson

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Just look at how the French crack down at their protectors before making any comments about Hong Kong.

Author — hetabattousai

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NO they won't, and sorry you guys are so disappointed, as you wanted them to take action so you guys can make more news!

Author — Double Repo

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Shanghai will retake the Asian financial center and Hong Kong will return its status from Shanghai

Author — FEI X

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Will your country’s government let a protest for a long time?

Author — Naroly Kim

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Actually in France it took months, no big deal.

Author — nick Ngunjiri

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Lets the chaos continue, it will divide into 2 shirt VS ordinary citizen. The ordinary citizen anger not at boiling point yet

Author — Kevin Yong

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Democracy doesn't work in HK either. their message is this: My freedom is not allow you to disagree.... People like Tom is the black hand behind of those rioters.

Author — Abu M

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Al Jazeera, you are doing CNN jobs now

Author — patawoonie

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If this keeps escalating I dont see it ending well for Hong Kong to be honest.

Author — Adrian Lim

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Just curious, does hong kong want to be the City of London in England or DC in the US?

Author — M Martinez

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What political party in any country will tolerate riots aimed at unseating ruling party?

Author — B K Lau

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Lol no. China is conveniently letting Hong Kong slowly die. When the dusts have settle down, Hong Kong will be a minor Chinese city under the shadows of Shenzhen.

Author — thegreendestiny

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9:43 "There isn't really any black hand"... Are you serious? this man is 100% stupid or paid by the CIA

Author — F Q

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If this is in US, they have long been beaten and arrested.

Author — Marks Hwang

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i'm thinking how Al Jazeera reported the protests in Qatar a few years ago? or just no reports?

Author — Colin Yuan

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I asked the benevolent British government to accept these demonstrators who wish to be independent. China does not welcome them. Thank you!

Author — MI YO

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What kind of protesters, throw the Molotov cocktails to taxi driver.

Author — ixing Long

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Steve Tsang is separatist in Hong Kong. What ever happen bad in China or Hong Kong, he will immediately jump out to make all negative comment.

Author — Total 2017