Hong Kong's political crisis enters worrying new phase|Resident Movies

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► Try the Financial Times for 4 weeks for just £1. Start your trial now - http://bit.ly/2ry7Tkz The FT's Deputy Asia News Editor Ravi Mattu witnesses the growing tension in the city as protesters clash with police and gangsters attack pro-democracy campaigners ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2GakujT ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Torr HTHC
The lady politician is a talker... talk talk talk... typical of today’s leaders everywhere in MNCs and in politics, high pay and just talk. If ship sinks, she run and migrate leaving behind the peasants
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RPDBY
Freedom ain't free, as they say
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The gaming Sentinel
Violence never solves anything tell the to the allies in WW2 or your own government in Tiananmen Square
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Jameson Carter
Next phase civil war Or revolution. But who knows.
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Bella Umbrellla
Goes back to housing shortages ...and China is about to whip out another Tiananmen Square
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DANKK
The protests are worth it.
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Danniel Payne
That's exactly why everyone should turn their backs on China.
They keep oppressing people's rights.
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Tan CL
American should have guts rendering the same to
1 white house
2 wall streets
3 51
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Thai Fried Banana
Thanks, Carrie Lam. You knew this coming but you insisted on polishing your boss's shoes. Thank you for bringing HK down to the hell. I really appreciate what you've done for HK. Are you happy to see HK like this now? Slept tight last night, hum?
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mzamroni
will the foreign companies return after this volatile time? if not, hongkong is done.
china has many commercial cities. it never needs a rich hongkong anyway
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francinneee joyy
we will travel in hongkong next week, is it going to be fine? we will not be hurt right?
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Glendene Foster
The young generation will change the face of the world

Me: the Chinese speaking English this means more protests
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Raymond Lee
Is that a skateboard helmet you're wearing?
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s b
FREE HONG KONG ! china is exit!!!!
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Frankie Leung
Read my letters to editor in the Financial Times on Hong Kong.
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Sweet Girl
Love you guys.. im support protests from above
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Dwaine Castle
Ms Lam looks so silly and impotent.
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Superb being
Violence solves lots of things. That's why there's wars
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Terri Cheng
Lam's 'violence is not a solution' is odd, considering the CCP's massacre at Tiananmen Square
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Richard Depaola jr
If they really want to send a message to China, they would put on Yellow Turbans.
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Eric Patterson
It’s just a matter of time before PRC moves on HK. I would say this is goi g perfectly for them. Those who have resources to leave should get out now.
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Atley Rawlins
Yikes..
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Tom Noyb
There comes a time to grasp freedom or forever lose it. Soldiers, police and mainlander's might want to consider how they are shackling themselves by passively watching HK struggle. HK and Taiwan know how to lead and prosper. Beijing knows only force and oppression.
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Aniko Mayer
😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱🥵🥵🥵🥵🥵🥵🥵
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Ong Ernie
Carrie Lam, I think you are not sincere at all. Apart, for not been sincere you are not honest at all.