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Crying Hongkong

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                           Crying Hongkong


The expatriate bill caused the winds and waves in Hong Kong.

Black hands utilized the situation to unrest Hongkong.

“Freedom and democracy” became the pet phrase of the riots.

But they beat their dissidents ruthlessly.

Their minds were occupied by evil spirit so that they counted the records and forgot their ancestors.

They burnt their national flag and carried American flag.

They destroyed the railways and burnt banks.

Many national institutions were devastated.

A middle-age man rebuked the behavior of the riots.

They poured a burning liquid on his body, kindled him and burnt him badly.

There was another righteous man of around sixty-years old appeared in a rioting spot.

A riot knocked him to death by throwing a brick from high to his head.

It would pour tear and blood if the haven had feeling on these situations.

When the righteousness becomes strong, the evil will definitely be destroyed.

 

Remark.  It was written on 27 November 2019.

 

 

 

                      哭泣的香港

     

      逃犯条例惹风浪,黑手借机乱香江。

      自由民主口头禅,暴打异己逞疯狂。

      数典忘祖心魔占,国旗焚烧花旗扛。

      损毁铁路烧银行,中字机构多遭殃。

      数落暴徒中年汉,被淋燃液火重伤。

      六旬老汉正义感,却遭毒手命丧泉。

      天若有请血泪淌,正义雄起邪必亡。

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