Hong Kong (3/10). Honk Kong Police reports masked Black Shirt rioters went amok last night destroying hundreds of public properties endangering lives, throwing the Hong Kong territory’s business and shopping belt into chaos. Riots are yet again being planned despite a police ban. This unrest, approaching four months long, has battered Hong Kong’s economy, with businesses and tourism plunging. Intelligence reports emerge the riots planning started in 2015. A foreign NGO conducted a training seminar in November 2018 suggesting a more sinister plot emerging.
Anti-government protesters threw at least two petrol bombs inside an MTR station in Hong Kong on September 29, 2019, the 17th straight Sunday of demonstrations in the city. Further down the road, police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters who marched toward Hong Kong government headquarters, despite being denied a police permit for the demonstration. Many demonstrators were arrested during the protest.
The violence took place two days before the People’s Republic of China marks 70 years since it’s founding, and more protests are expected before and during the anniversary. Hong Kong Police reported 90 % of the MTR stations are damaged.
Protesters have box of bricks they took from paving blocks. This is how they take the bricks from the roads: while 2-3 people break the bricks, and other protesters surround them with umbrella to conceal the attacks including building Molotov cocktail, using catapults and sling shots.
Reports surface showing foreigners claiming to be journalists are actually agitating demonstrators and providing “live battle” commentaries advising protesters what to do. On 4 October the administration of Carrie Lam announced the immediate implementation of Emergency rule