Color Revolution? US-backed Mobs Back in Hong Kong’s Streets


The bad taste left in the majority of Hong Kong residents’ mouths from America’s last attempt at subversion in the Chinese special administrative region, has barely begun to fade as the US State Department and its mobs of “umbrella revolutionaries” take back to the streets in a verbatim reprisal of “Occupy Central” which ended in humiliation and defeat just months ago.

Led by the exact same exposed, corrupt opposition leaders, the clearly diminished movement was unable to “occupy” any part of downtown Hong Kong. The number of protesters was put at around 5,000 by Hong Kong’s police, while the movement’s leadership claimed their numbers were more than double that.

The South China Morning Post would admit in a recent article that:

 Leading the charge were key figures of the Occupy Central movement including Benny Tai Yiu-ting, Chan Kin-man and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming. Others at the front included Democratic Party founding chairman Martin Lee Chu-Ming as well as Daisy Chan Sin-Ying.

Benny Tai, who poses as the founder of the “Occupy Central” movement, has been sufficiently exposed as a proxy of the US State Department with nearly every organization he is associated with a direct recipient of US government funding. Also mentioned by the South China Morning Post is Martin Lee, who was literally in Washington D.C. before the US State Department’s foreign-sedition funding arm, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), appealing for aid ahead of planned unrest earlier last year.

Articles by: Tony Cartalucci

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