- Mar 16, 2017
Interestin'.. Chinese yellow vests.. YEEEEAH! Kick that killuminati ASS!
While i believe that most of the prostestors are genuine in their actions but just as with the April 6th movement(Egypt, Arab Spring), the protest leaders always turn out to be compromised.
Behind a made-for-TV Hong Kong protest narrative, Washington is backing nativism and mob violence
Teenager Vs. Superpower, with help from a bigger superpower
Joshua Wong meets with Sen. Marco Rubio in Washington on May 8, 2017 (Same Rubio backing regime change in Venezuela)
Joshua Wong was just 17 years old when the Umbrella Movement took form in 2014. After emerging in the protest ranks as one of the more charismatic voices, he was steadily groomed as the pro-West camp’s teenage poster child. Wong received lavish praised in Time magazine, Fortune, and Foreign Policy as a “freedom campaigner,” and became the subject of an award-winning Netflix documentary called “Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower.”
Unsurprisingly, these puff pieces have overlooked Wong’s ties to the United States government’s regime-change apparatus. For instance, National Endowment for Democracy’s National Democratic Institute (NDI) maintains a close relationship with Demosistō, the political party Wong founded in 2016 with fellow Umbrella movement alumnus Nathan Law.
In August, a candid photo surfaced of Wong and Law meeting with Julie Eadeh, the political counselor at the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong, raising questions about the content of the meeting and setting off a diplomatic showdown between Washington and Beijing.