Freedom Rider: Protest And The Corporate Media

By Margaret Kimberley, Blackagendareport.com -

Corporate media always let us know who is in with the in-crowd and who is on the outs with the United States government. They don’t do so with any transparency, but by promoting some stories and [...]

Behind A Made-For-TV Hong Kong Protest Narrative, Washington Is Backing Nativism And Mob Violence

By Dan Cohen, Thegrayzone.com -

Trump’s befuddlement might be understandable considering the carefully managed narrative of the US government and its unofficial media apparatus, which have portrayed the protests as an organic [...]

Who Is Behind Hong Kong Protests?

By Wei Xinyan and Zhong Weiping, Chinadaily.com.cn -

It's not hard to imagine the United States' reaction if Chinese diplomats met leaders of Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter or Never Trump protesters. On Aug 6, Hong Kong media reported two [...]

The Hong Kong Protests Are An Attack On Socialism

By Staff, Fightbacknews.org -

There’s a tendency among progressives in the United States to support big crowds of people protesting in other countries. No doubt, the corporate media assists in this process by labelling [...]

How Washington Is Meddling In The Affairs Of Hong Kong

By Staff, Viableopposition.blogspot.com -

While there has been growing coverage of the unrest in Hong Kong, there has been minimal coverage of what may lie behind the pro-democracy protests.  Even Donald Trump has entered the fray [...]

People Protest In Support Of China In Response To Anti-China Hong Kong Protests

By Staff, Bbc.com -

In Canada, demonstrators from both camps square off in front of a metro station in the western city of Vancouver, home to a large Chinese community, with the crowds separated by police. The [...]

Hong Kong Protests And The Shifting Global Power Dynamics

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Protests have been escalating in Hong Kong this year with tens of thousands of people taking the streets and aggressive actions such as occupying the airport and attacking journalists. What [...]

Hong Kong In The Crosshairs Of Global Power And Ideological Struggles

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

Hong Kong is one of the most extreme examples of big finance, neoliberal capitalism in the world. As a result, many people in Hong Kong are suffering from great economic insecurity in a city with [...]

US, UK Hong Kong Hypocrisy

By Finian Cunningham, Sputniknews.com -

Imagine the response if protesters were to smash up JFK or Heathrow airports, closing down international flight services. The US and British authorities would have culprits rounded up and jailed, [...]

Civil Disobedience In Hong Kong Or US Color Revolution Attempt?

By Stephen Lendman from his website. -

As the saying goes, if it walks, talks, and quacks like a duck, chances are it is one. What’s been going on for months in Hong Kong has all the earmarks of a US orchestrated color revolution, [...]

Hong Kong: New Epicenter Of The Empire’s Smear Campaign Against China?

By Thomas Hon Wing Polin, Counterpunch.org -

As the Western Empire ramps up its full-spectrum war on the Chinese, its latest target is Hong Kong, China’s premier special administrative region (SAR). Even the latest wave of media assaults [...]

Protesters And Police Fight Pitched Battles In Late-Night Showdown After Mass Rally Against Hong Kong Extradition Bill

By Phila Siu, Victor Ting, Su Xinqi and Kanis Leung, Scmp.com -

Chaos erupted on the streets of Hong Kong’s shopping district of Mong Kok on Sunday night as hundreds of protesters fought running battles with the police. After the first mass rally in Kowloon [...]

Hong Kong Protesters Say Suspension Of Extradition Bill Not Enough

By Rachel Withers, Vox. -

Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam will “indefinitely suspend” a contentious extradition bill that would allow Hong Kong citizens to be extradited to mainland China following a series [...]

More Than One Million March In Hong Kong Against Extradition Law To China

By Phila Siu, Shirley Zhao, Alvin Lum, South China Morning Post -

In all, 1.03 million people took part in Sunday’s march, according to the organizer Civil Human Rights Front, double the turnout of the 2003 protest. Police put the figure at 240,000. They [...]

Snowden’s Hong Kong Lawyer Being Threatened By Authorities

By Raquel Carvalho, www.scmp.com -

By Raquel Carvalho for South China Morning Post - Barrister Robert Tibbo says he is facing complaints from Immigration Department accusing him of having conflicting interests and breaching [...]