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    Quote Originally Posted by bdw:
    Going a bit off topic, but speaking of NSL, this is the guy that got arrested for "committing an act with seditious intent" for playing the harmonica outside the British consulate on Monday night during the Queens funeral.

    https://twitter.com/RazvenHK/status/...8xZJlfAqhSj_8Q
    Some of the stories claimed he was arrested for playing God Save the Queen, but I heard elsewhere it was the protest song that was the real reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    HK still have rule of law
    Can you suggest a few key tenets that you would expect to see in a society with the rule of law?


    Who determines if a society abides by the concept of the rule of law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgl:
    This is literally high school stuff.

    Seriously, I keep running into this.
    It isn’t obvious to you that you are in HK where your foreign education doesn’t apply here? No your foreign political concept is not taught here because it isn’t the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    It isn’t obvious to you that you are in HK where your foreign education doesn’t apply here? No your foreign political concept is not taught here because it isn’t the same.
    “Rule by law with Chinese characteristics”. Of course…
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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    It isn’t obvious to you that you are in HK where your foreign education doesn’t apply here? No your foreign political concept is not taught here because it isn’t the same.
    You utter muppet. Which foreign power set up the system of governance, and the education system here?

    (I should heed that saying about arguing with idiots.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgl:
    You utter muppet. Which foreign power set up the system of governance, and the education system here?

    (I should heed that saying about arguing with idiots.)
    The communist manifesto was originally published in London and Lenin lived there for a while also. Is this what you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    It isn’t obvious to you that you are in HK where your foreign education doesn’t apply here? No your foreign political concept is not taught here because it isn’t the same.
    How do you know it isn't the same if you haven't studied it?

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    Karl Marx doesn't sound too Chinese to me.

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    I have learnt not to try and chitchat with flatearthers. Leave him alone lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by redslert:
    It isn’t obvious to you that you are in HK where your foreign education doesn’t apply here? No your foreign political concept is not taught here because it isn’t the same.
    It was literally taught in HK until just over a year ago
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