China blames US for massive Hong Kong protest

Chinese state media is blaming the US for helping organize massive protests in Hong Kong. According to organizers, more than a million people took to the streets to protest a new law which could allow Hong Kongers to be extradited to China on a range of offenses. Critics say the move would make anyone in Hong Kong vulnerable to being grabbed by the Chinese authorities for political reasons or inadvertent business offenses and undermine the city's semi-autonomous legal system.
Though police put the protest size at closer to 250,000, there's little doubt that the march was among the largest since 2003, when 500,000 people protested against a sedition law -- and successfully blocked it. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.
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  • Cnn bunch of clowns

    EDF WarbirdsEDF Warbirds9 小时 前
  • Aha,when US gov. in,I know why chaos.

    李隆孝李隆孝16 小时 前
  • If Hongkonger is end and Hong Kong Dollar will not be used! Yuen will be take over the Dollar. Do not give up and fight to the end to China and you all have the world support Hong Kong and Hong Kong will never lose under the Mao bastard and their Comrade. kick them out Hong Kong if you see them speak Mandarin and ask where they come from, if not Taiwanese or Singapore ect...Please help them and seek the British Gov to return to Hong Kong??

    Simon HoSimon Ho天 前
  • A huge Elephant can be diseased and even killed by a tiny germ. Hopefully Hong Kong will be that germ that will kill the communist regime of China...Taiwan will be the next if Hong Kong falls..

    Than AsisThan Asis天 前
  • Communist ideology came from only a few mad men's brainwashing to millions. Freedom is Heavenly given to all beings on this planet. No king or government has a right to kill FREEDOM. It is like OXYGEN we all need. Fight for it

    Kok Meng LewKok Meng Lew2 天 前
  • Spread this into China..millions of majority will overcome armies even aliens. There is no greater armies than the FREEDOM OF PEOPLE.

    Kok Meng LewKok Meng Lew2 天 前

    chung Ochung O2 天 前
  • I am an OfW here in HK,we are worried too about it, if Democracy in HK will be close.

    YanMae’s DiaryYanMae’s Diary2 天 前
  • No he suck now he need to die or go away forever

    Si YangSi Yang2 天 前
  • Why not report this, CNN?

    tlb tlbtlb tlb2 天 前
  • It is China's old trick to blame other nations, as in 1989 64 Massacare.

    Wong Apple kwWong Apple kw2 天 前
  • Could some idiots know more and dig more before they open their shitty mouth? It is NOT about freedom, it is about CRIME to be punished in the RIGHT way!

    Aaron LeeAaron Lee2 天 前
  • hey 'CNN' .... I wonder if you can interview Mr. Lau (劉細良) in English about Hong Kong's current situation because he has amazing understanding of current case in strategy perspective. His view can help the world understand Hong Kong better. *Reference to this video =>

    Thor's AdventureThor's Adventure2 天 前
  • We support you Denise Ho and stay strong Hong Kong🤙

    Dan MDan M2 天 前
  • Why doesn't the news mentioned the origin cause? It is because a teenage girl was brought to Taiwan by her boyfriend and he killed and chopped her into piece. The murderer then returned to HK before it was found out. As we do not have the extradiction arrangement with Taiwan so the government suggested the Bill. That's all why it was to begin with. But the Pan-democrats make this into something political and rumours started to fly. The protest was real at first for many people wanted to voice their thoughts against the flaws of this Bill. But they were peaceful ctizens. But now these violent group of attackers were no longer just the original peaceful group of protestors. A gang wearing masks and groups of Pan-Democrats were always seen scattered amongst the peaceful protestors in day time. Then they were more coming in the evening when the peaceful group almost done the route and started delivered hamlets, umbrellas, face masks amongst themselves (and they all wear black mostly). They also dug up road bricks and piled them up as weapons. Despite police's repeated announcement they shouted, and continued to provoke the cops and they always make first move, throwing bricks, using umbrellas to stab attack the front line cops until they could break the cops guard lines. The police did nothing wrong but to protect the innocent citizens and the other bystanders, and try to stop these gangsters to continue to destroy everything and most important of all to avoid esculation of these kind of violent acts. The Pan-Democrats keeps urging on and encourage these kind of violence these days, and the rest of our citizens suffered. Everywhere they go they destroy. The majority of our citizens do not tolerate these kinds of violence. These gangs also attack other citizens if we tried to take pictures of their crime. This speaker in the above video Ms.Ho belongs to a group of organization which voice loudly they encourage these violent actions and they are cop haters, extreme ones. She doesn't voice our HongKonger's main wish. The extradiction law has its flaw, but this could be negotiated through peaceful talks. The government has already announced this bill suggestion is no longer active, but Ho and other violent gangs and the Pan-Democrats keep making excuses to keep these violent tactic move every week. In addition, although we have no proof, but HK Apple Daily, a newspaper owned by a merchant, Mr.Lai, is known to be acquainted with Ms. Ho's group and the Pan-Democrats, it is all in the news since years ago. There were news years back saying he was funding some Pan-Democrats' members. Mr. Lai also coincidentally met up with the Secretary of the State, Mr. Mike Pompeo, a few weeks ago. I wonder why. It was just an observation by some citizens, after this meeting, people showed video clips and there were white guys amongst the attackers/violent gangs giving what I heard is military hand signals to the gangs (e.g. tapping thigh twice with two fingers, for get ready to move, something like that). Of course we can't be sure where they are from or if it is true. But it makes me feel scared. Rumours are those are CIA people. I'll leave it to the proof of doubt. But no matter what, we don't want these kind of violence, and the Pan-Democrats are still encouraging the young people to continue to do these violent acts all because of they hate China's certain policies. But no one in this world should encourage and support these kind of violence, no matter what your believes are. Please help tell the world what this really is. Thank you if you read so far.

    FatCat WuFatCat Wu2 天 前
  • Респект из России

    Феликс ФеликсФеликс Феликс2 天 前
  • The world is watching. China has to behave or become the new pariah of the world. Commies have to be checked. All these years of allowing them to grow their economy is creating a monster.

    Flik CofFlik Cof3 天 前
  • I'm so sad..just support my Hong Kong people's with prayers.. Stay strong My sweet Hong Kong people's.. Don't give up..

    Margarin MargaMargarin Marga3 天 前
  • Carrie Lam said the bill is "dead" but legally that means nothing...

    Ed JackEd Jack3 天 前
  • FOR Hong Kong to allow the extradition agreement only makes sense with another COUNTRY. At this time, China is a large piece of land held in thrall. There are no citizens, only subjects; no legitimate rulers, only a sort of Triad. How can you make any sort of binding agreement with a random dictatorship that has never established a legal system?? It once had an idea of a dream of a Communist system, that has been left behind long ago. Now it's a chaotic mess tottering about on heavy legs, one fear, the other greed.

    brian mclaughlinbrian mclaughlin3 天 前
  • What a beautiful and vivid demonstration of populism - so called democracy, it can not be more fake!

    Yang ClydeYang Clyde4 天 前
  • CIA funded these protests in HK, nothing to do with the extradition bill. 🤣

    Bernard WongBernard Wong4 天 前
  • Africans support hongkong

    World Mixture Tube Ghana_ChinaWorld Mixture Tube Ghana_China4 天 前
  • Biggest BS on earth. Trump could organized 2 million people to get onto the streets? Those Chinese are sick in their brains. They need more than acupuncture-jackasses need to be hit on the forehead with a baseball bat to wake them up.

    R LeeR Lee4 天 前
  • if HKers do not want to be Chinese and still want to live under UK rule.I suggest the UK accept all of them as citizen since British says it has responsible to HK. i think that is a win win /happy ending to both sides,but as i know, the Hkers' requirement was rejected by the UK. 中国政府应该主动出击,和英国政府交涉,既然香港垃圾不愿做中国人,希望做作英国狗。而英国也表示对香港富有责任,那么就让英国接受全部不愿做人希望做狗的香港人定居英国。这样一来,3方皆大欢喜,香港也消停了,香港的垃圾也清除了。

    yong garyyong gary4 天 前
  • These people in protest smashed the council with violence, attached the police and other Hong Kong citizens who against them. Seriously these people are not civilized at all, if you grab one and ask, what does the extradition bill exactly says, they don't know, so does most of the comments and likes here.

    Runlong WangRunlong Wang5 天 前
  • Dennis Ho - you are part of the “LGBT community” which strives for equal rights, correct? How do you feel for the girl (citizen of Hong Kong) who got killed? Should she also obtain her equal rights and have an answer for her death? Are you thinking for her parent's on how they would feel right now seeing all this political controversial happening over their daughter's death? How would your parents feel about this if you were that girl who got killed? I think the girl’s death is more important right now rather being used into political favors. ”1 July 1997, the United Kingdom ended administration for the colony of Hong Kong and passed control of the territory to China”. You were already 19 (adult age) at that time. I'm curious why you weren't politically involved back then, and during that critical time, where was your voice? During that time, your voice was singing and doing competitions.

    Lea NaLea Na5 天 前
  • Carrie Lam is a liar she talks to Beijing all the time. Extrdaite Carrie Lam to Beijing.

    David HynesDavid Hynes5 天 前
  • Is someone really read the bill before they say something?

    chuchu onchuchu on6 天 前
  • Hopefully as time goes by, despite even tighter censorship in mainland, mainlanders might get more and more informed about whats happening.

    Lion 4ULion 4U7 天 前
  • i support HongKong from US 🇺🇸

    a piece of Landa piece of Land7 天 前
  • Fake news , CNN

    刘亚萍刘亚萍7 天 前
    • Fake comment

      Lion 4ULion 4U7 天 前
  • Americans really not good in math. Protester numbers only in a thousands could be count as million.

    Naz A.INaz A.I8 天 前
  • 特区政府的修例草案明确规定,适用于移交到内地的罪犯必须是犯有37种国际公认、且刑期都在7年或以上的罪犯,而且必须要由特区法院和特首双批准,才能实施移交。其中还规定了“八不移交”,明确说明被移送的罪犯不涉及与言论相关的行为,即不涉及新闻、言论、学术、出版等方面的行为

    LienLien8 天 前
  • Hong Kong is a part of China. 🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳 I am a communist.I support One Country/One Party/One rule.

    Zuhair Ahmed SyedZuhair Ahmed Syed9 天 前
    • @Alec Blair hate being free?Dude you do realise that just because a country has communism doesn't mean it's not free.Right?Even President Xi Jingpin was once a citizen right?

      Zuhair Ahmed SyedZuhair Ahmed Syed8 天 前
    • Guess you hate being free lmao

      Alec BlairAlec Blair8 天 前
  • when your country in chaos the best to stop the chaos is to blame someone else who done nothing.

    Rob 5688Rob 56889 天 前
  • CNN lies through its teeth. Or as Donald put it, fake news. This lady they are interviewing is a Canadian citizen. Why are they interviewing a Canadian citizen for a story about the protest in Hong Kong? Cannot they find a local resident? Even the people they interviewed are fake.

    emmawang1999emmawang19999 天 前
    • @A Lee now people in Hong Kong become her people? If she were the queen of Canada, you could all immigrate to Canada.

      emmawang1999emmawang19998 天 前
    • Regardless where she’s living Didn’t you hear that she’s actively participating & protesting in Hong Kong?? She may be living overseas but doesn’t mean she doesn’t care anymore about what’s happening with her people & her place of origin

      A LeeA Lee8 天 前
  • It has been revealed that the US government spent over sixty million dollars to finance the Hong Kong anti government demonstration.

    emmawang1999emmawang19999 天 前
    • Most likely us uk west have something do with intervening in hk

      Little MouthaLittle Moutha6 天 前
    • revealed in your wet dreams hahaha

      Lion 4ULion 4U7 天 前
  • Fight my brother's and sister's fight

    Bryan VaughnBryan Vaughn9 天 前
  • I support HongKong . From Vietnam. ( we sing Sea of Black song , Truc Ho, everyday )

    Road RunnerRoad Runner9 天 前
  • Its scary to read so much stupiditiy from chinese mainland commentators (or oversea students) .Totally brainwahsed and arguments of 3 years old minds.

    Johnny CashJohnny Cash10 天 前
  • So many people support the murder who killed her girl friend.I’m very impressed by those people who believes in CNN.think they are on the “right”side,barking without knowing the truth.Brian is a good thing,unfortunately the CNN viewers doesn’t have it .

    喜感一点都不喜感一点都不10 天 前
    • I am always wondering, why people like you crawling into ccp ass...totally brainwahsed.

      Johnny CashJohnny Cash10 天 前
  • Fuck Carrie Lam that piece of shit!

    NUMB MilanNUMB Milan10 天 前
  • Hongkong protest is also connected to trade war, Taiwan 2020 election, North Korea, England and history. It is not like what we see, it is like who can gain profit

    Jiang YuanyuanJiang Yuanyuan10 天 前
  • I stand for freedom, rights, but not violence (it is not people's right) I can see some guy wants to play politics.

    Jiang YuanyuanJiang Yuanyuan10 天 前
  • It seems that Taiwan and America paid indirectly for some people to incite Hongkong young people

    Jiang YuanyuanJiang Yuanyuan10 天 前
    • It seems that Xi Jinping has his money also parked in Panama. Check out panama papers.

      Johnny CashJohnny Cash10 天 前
  • wait and see

    Jack GeJack Ge10 天 前
  • Hongkong i love💟💟💟🇭🇰

    Heni masak cantikHeni masak cantik10 天 前
  • Host is another Gordon Chang type half cast, white wannabe.

    Gerald LeeGerald Lee10 天 前
  • China has the audacity to open fire and kill all protesters together in day light right in the city center. There is no way you can win this by peace. High time you arm yourselves. With missiles.

    Aditya SinghAditya Singh10 天 前
  • It is very strange when the British colonized Hong Kong. There was no election. When there was no freedom of assembly, the protest was illegal. When the British cracked down on the strike of Hong Kong workers, no one supported it. Now suddenly many people support the Hong Kong people.

    k jasonk jason10 天 前
  • If this kind of demonstration happened in main land China, they'd just mow everyone down with machine guns and tanks, Tianimin square thousands slaughtered for peaceful protests

    Cliff BraunCliff Braun11 天 前
  • We all know CIA is behind this shit

    鬼畜之王鬼畜之王11 天 前
    • Its rather Xi Jingping in your mind...or ass.

      Johnny CashJohnny Cash10 天 前
  • I live in India, yes we have poverty but at least we have freedom of speech even as a minority and we are fastest growing economy now

    Joyal LallJoyal Lall11 天 前
  • HOW FUCKING LUCKY IS TRUMP? i'm pretty sure he has absolutely nothing to do with this but,man is he doing a trade deal at a good time makes me kinda wonder if he actually does have something to do with this actually, im kinda suspicious that trumps goal IS NOT A TRADE DEAL

    rockhardrockhard11 天 前
  • how about consider why they think there are "Western countries" get into the protest.

    Zihan ZhaoZihan Zhao11 天 前
  • Please use the tanks for these rats

    S NetzachS Netzach11 天 前
  • CNN is known for being bias.

    Benjamin HuangBenjamin Huang11 天 前
  • I wish the People luck... but , it seems, Hong Kong is doomed to the Iron Fist of the CCP !

    ThomasTheSailor ChubbyThomasTheSailor Chubby12 天 前
  • People in mainland can't read political opinions opposed to CPP's will. Their internet are heavily censored you fool. What 1.3 billion people are fed with in their highly censored Wechat or Weibo everyday is how bad foreign governments are and that Hong Kong protestors are mostly violent robbers who were somehow mental-manipulated by mysterious foreign powers like CIA. Chinese agents could unscrupulously disseminate their propagandas in free-world's internet, while others can't criticize it even outside China otherwise their domestic families would be threat. It‘s an one-way firewall that curbing specific information you idiot! USE YOUR BRAIN IF YOU HAVE !

    毅汪毅汪12 天 前
  • A British who witness the riots :

    boldminderboldminder12 天 前
  • Free Hong Kong

    ASC AASC A13 天 前
  • So sad that the government hurts its people. May the Lord give power to the people of Hong Kong to earn their independence.

    Hli YajHli Yaj13 天 前
  • So that means America should never ever intervene in these “internal affairs” of China, because China will always blame America for their problems that they can’t solve.

    Danny LewisDanny Lewis13 天 前
  • More like uk

    Dustin ChenDustin Chen13 天 前
  • The truth! don't believe the government... Believe the people being oppressed! China is a communist country. Communism doesn't work and hurts the people!

    DANCERcowDANCERcow13 天 前
  • Why the US ? China always blame US for anything but the world fully supports HongKongese not only the US ! because China is the biggest liar in the world. The CCP expects the population to be brainless and obedient sheeps. No way civil disobedience is a duty to free yourself from dictatorship and slavery.

    Jedi soloJedi solo14 天 前
  • Why China never blame herself? Who started the Extradition Law ?

    John JamesJohn James14 天 前
    • @FAN YANG China and UK both agreed on the 50 year no change system: One Country Two System. No extradition from Hong Kong to China was part of the agreement. So that Two diverse systems will not clash

      John JamesJohn James12 天 前
    • whats wrong with that. I don't get it.

      FAN YANGFAN YANG12 天 前
  • china is complaining that the US & the UK are meddling in China INTERNAL AFFAIRS. For the H.K people China is spectacularly meddring in H.K. internal affairs. Quite funny.

    busy boybusy boy14 天 前
  • Sadly, the protest has grown into chaos and unbearable violence.

    YP ZYP Z14 天 前
China blames US for massive Hong Kong protest