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    Donald Tsang pushed by protesters

    so he has to go to Queen Mary Hospital for a medical examination...

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    Maybe he will do a Tung Chee Hwa/Graham Sheffield.


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    And from HK Gov Info about the event where Donald was "pushed".

    The 1911 Revolution successfully overthrew an imperial dictatorship and replaced it with democratic republicanism, involving in particular the separation of administrative, legislative and judicial power

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    It only takes one push against a dictator to start a revolution!

    Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Hong Kong?

    Until the brothers up north come to liberate us from the oppressors, or is that a U.S. thing?


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    Try to spot the 'push'.






    See ESWN

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    Which of the three videos has the push?

    Has learning how to take a fall become a part of standard govt training? First the cop .. now Donald. Jeez ..


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    it is honestly very shameful.

    You can dislike the guy or his (lack of) politics, there is no reason to push and shove that way.

    If you want to make a point, make it in a civilized and well behaved manner and we might listen, but acting like a jackass will achieve strictly.

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    I think the budget shows that the government is not listening.

    There was no direct physical contact between the protesters and bowtie- as the videos shows.

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    You can dislike the guy or his (lack of) politics, there is no reason to push and shove that way.

    If you want to make a point, make it in a civilized and well behaved manner and we might listen, but acting like a jackass will achieve strictly.
    I agree. Clowns who want to get some attention. Having said that, would life be different in the Middle East if the protesters had requested a meeting over some baklavas and hookahs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    Having said that, would life be different in the Middle East if the protesters had requested a meeting over some baklavas and hookahs?
    of course but you can't compare living under Kaddhafi's rule and living under D Tsang's "rule" can you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumbrake:
    There was no direct physical contact between the protesters and bowtie- as the videos shows.
    That's not the point. The point is if you want to be taken serioulsy, then act as such.

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