Hong Kong protesters call on president Trump to help «liberate» the city

Politicians around the world have something to learn from president Trump; Listen to the people. You are there for the people. Otherwise, you will face some problems. Just take a look at Carry Lam in Hong Kong.

She is not chosen by the people in Hong Kong but by the Godless one-party rule Communists in Mainland China. The Communists in Bejing are dictating Carry Lam and tell her what to say, but that is not what her own people in Hong Kong want.

This is unbelievable. Two million people are joining the Hong Kong protesters, but the government isn`t listening to the people. And this has been going on for a very long time now. So, what is the next step? The Hong Kong protesters want international support and that`s why they went to the U.S consulate to ask president Trump for help.

President Trump last month suggested China should «humanely» settle the issues in Hong Kong before a trade deal could be agreed but had earlier called the protesters «riots» that were a matter for China to deal with.

The activists claim that only countries like U.S can change the current situation in Hong Kong. Activists want the U.S to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. They call on president Trump to help «liberate» the city.

Thousands of protesters marched to the U.S consulate, waving American flags and singing the Star Spangled Banner. A huge banner that read «Do you trust the Communist Party? Are you crazy? Was hung from the overpass, and protesters repeatedly chanted slogans like «USA», and «Fight for freedom», stand with Hong Kong.»

Another banner was held by two Hong Kong protester; President Trump, please liberate Hong Kong. Defend our Constitution!

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