View Poll Results: Within a couple of years of NSL implementation, I expect:

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  • Little change

    4 22.22%
  • A return to stability

    5 27.78%
  • Closure of non-patriotic local media (i.e. Apple Daily)

    10 55.56%
  • GFW-like blocking of international websites (Google/Facebook/Twitter/etc)

    4 22.22%
  • A few high-profile arrests/trials

    10 55.56%
  • Mass arrests of protesters

    8 44.44%
  • Re-education camps

    4 22.22%
  • Significant fall in foreign companies/staff

    8 44.44%
  • Abandoning all pretence of democracy (i.e. Legco/CE 'elections')

    8 44.44%
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What will the effect of the NSL be?

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  1. #31

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    Possibly some foreign elements as well?

  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by GentleGeorge:
    Possibly some foreign elements as well?
    Been waiting for China to define properly these elusive foreign elements that seem to be everywhere like their overseas secret police stations, dundun, that always seem to outsmart them, never get caught. Scary spy shit. Of course it's possible but until they catch one, this belongs to the same category as those gene-edited twins. Good enough only for own CV, passable only for local whispers, fail test once you go outside your home.

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    Of course. Because criminals and dodgy af ppl usually try their identity to avoid consequences, I totally agree with the reasoning. Now park this thought.
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    Couldn’t help being reminded of the above by your remark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0:
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    Couldn’t help being reminded of the above by your remark.
    And who can forget the police not being able to wear their number lapel badges as there was “no room” or whatever excuse they came up with at the time.
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  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by aw451:
    Protesting with Hong Kong characteristics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit:
    And who can forget the police not being able to wear their number lapel badges as there was “no room” or whatever excuse they came up with at the time.
    And meanwhile protesters are required to wear neck badges with numbers at all times in the new HK.

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