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Michael Droy

The Hong Kong attempted color revolution was interesting. It was launched far too early to have any chance of achieving anything in Hong Kong. The blackshirts were so violent so that the initial moderate support from those unhappy about economic conditions (and seeing mainland China catch up so much) faded very quickly. SMCP was of course right behind it.
Why did the "revolution" get triggered so early? Look to Taiwan where the KMT in 2019 were leading in the election polls but because of widely publicised "fears" about China in HK the vote swung back to the DPP in the Jan 2020 election. DPP are more more aggressively anti-mainland Por-US than KMT making the Jan 2024 elections interesting.

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