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Full breakdown of the Hong Kong Pro-Democracy protests in chronological order https://youtu.be/ldRsqmr5sQs
Major events covered in this video:
1:10 "721 INCIDENT/YUEN LONG TERRORIST ATTACK" https://youtu.be/fDtM3dEJdHo
A hired mob of pro-CCP/anti-democracy thugs flood the Yuen Long subway station and begin indiscriminately attacking patrons. Later, police can be seen chatting with the thugs while they threaten press and bystanders.
The following week 280,000 Hong Kongers showed up to the same station for a "Reclaim Yuen Long" protest, which police bloodily and violently dispersed.
1:49 "831 INCIDENT" https://youtu.be/zkgMTiprHhE
Following a dispute between passengers, police rush the Prince Edward subway station and immediately begin beating any commuters they suspect of being protesters. At one point, a group of officers board a train to beat and pepper spray passengers indiscriminately. Hong Kongers at the scene can be heard comparing the police to the paid thugs that attacked Yuen Long the month prior.
The MTR Corporation -- which owns the station -- has refused to release CCTV video of the incident, feeding theories that several deaths were among the 63 arrests made that day. https://www.reddit.com/r/HongKong/com...
2:58 "Chow Tsz-lok Memorial Service" https://youtu.be/ePNPHvL5uwg
On November 4, a 22 year old university student fell from a parking garage, presumably while fleeing from police. 4 days later he died from his injuries. Pro-CCP media reports the tragedy as an "accident" but many Hong Kongers believe his death was caused intentionally.
3:18 "PolyU Siege" https://youtu.be/QM7N9XICfes
Protesters from Universities covering Hong Kong begin campus wide demonstrations. Police label them as "unlawful assemblies" and deploy riot police to disperse them, with Hong Kong Polytechnic University being the last one to fall to police assaults. 800 people were arrested at PolyU alone over the course of the multi-day siege.
Special thanks to the Hong Kongers that assisted in the production of this video, including Tim Chiu and Moses Lau.
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