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The Poll statements are either slightly reworded or taken without any editing – from comments made by Experts, Editors, Journalists, News Anchors, online critics, trolls, and the people from all walks of life both local Hongkongers and foreigners.

What is the Hong Kong Protest turning into? POLL
What do you think are likely possible scenarios or outcomes in the near and far future?

A riot is a violent disturbance of the peace by a large crowd.
A revolution is about using force or violence to overthrow a government.
A rebellion is about resisting a government or ruler.

Individual photos in the Montage that give various scenes that had happened so far:

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“Liberate Hong Kong. Revolution of our times.” 光復香港 时代革命

2. HKIA2

HKIA Airport

3. HK Umbrella Movement

4. New Town Plaza, Shatin

New Town Plaza, Shatin

5. Athit Perawongmetha - Reuters

1,000+ Rounds of Tear Gas Fired (photo by Athit Perawongmetha – Reuters)

6. A police officer tends to his injured colleague. Photo RTHK

Photo by RTHK

7. Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Photo by Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

8. New Town Plaza mall in Sha Tin a focal point. Photo Felix Wong

New Town Plaza (photo by Felix Wong)

9. Edmond So

Photo by Edmond So

10. HKP1

11. Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times2

Photo by Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

12. Shield Girl HK AFD

“Shield Girl” AFD

13. Pro-China White Triad Mob is back with Poles battles Protesters as chaos reigns -2

Pro-China Mob is back with poles – clash in North Point at the end of HK Strike Day 5th August 2019.

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White-shirt Triad Mob beating people in Yuen Long MTR station. 39-minute DELAY in HK Police response created distrust of Police colluding with Triads

The slow response to the attack on rail passengers in Yuen Long in Hong Kong caused intense public anger. Photo: Handout

Live news footage of officers chatting to attackers and walking past their stronghold led to furious accusations that they were colluding with the triads.

 

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Ingenious ways Hong Kong Youths bringing their cause to the world attention at HKIA Airport and playing a Cat & Mouse Game as the Police gets more violent in their beatings, 1,000+ rounds of tear gas and arresting 500+ protesters

16. PLA Whip - Illustration Stephen Case

Illustration by Stephen Case

17. Scared of jail

This graffiti says a lot (Tk for a house like a cell and you really think we out here scared of jail?). The tiny cramped housing conditions in Hong Kong is also a main source of discontentment and hopelessness in HK youths.

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MORE NOTABLE PHOTOS (not in the headline montage):

B1. Protesters on Harcourt Road Admiralty by Sam Tsang

Hongkongers UNITED and go Citywide Strike (5th August 2019) Photo by Sam Tsang

B2. HKIA Lines, flight Delays & Cancellations

Citywide Strike: 250 flights cancelled, all 8 MTR lines on standstill, 350,000 strikers

B3. HK Protest

2 Million Hong Kong Protesters (or 30% population) on 16th June 2019. ‘The Sea of Black’ – Aerial photo of Causeway Bay.

B4. HK Protest2

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B5. Civil Servants on 2 August Rally

Hong Kong Civil Servants own Rally on 2nd August 2019.

B6. HK Police Baton Target Zones

B7. How tear gas acts

Many protesters reported difficulties in breathing

The Police Special Tactical Squad takes down an anti-extradition bill protester in Mong Kok on August 3. Could Hong Kong cope with a mass disaster? Photo: Felix Wong

The Police Special Tactical Squad takes down an anti-extradition bill protester in Mong Kok on August 3. Could Hong Kong cope with a mass disaster? Photo: Felix Wong

 

B8. Volunteer First-Aiders EMT

Volunteer First-Aiders (medics, nurses, doctors): Unsung Heroes

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Poll written by: Whisperer Robert Chaen

Published: 8th August 2019.
Updated: 9th August 2019.

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