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Could the Hong Kong protests impact US-China trade talks?

Could the Hong Kong protests impact US-China trade talks?



‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang on the protests in Hong Kong and their impact on U.S. trade talks with China.

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49 thoughts on “Could the Hong Kong protests impact US-China trade talks?

  1. UN cannot help hong Kong only America can help them that treaty should be none avoid because in 1941 hong Kong became a Japanese colony until the Japanese ampire fell in world war two under that ground any agreement sigh before 1941 should not have any value

  2. Reactionary Freaks! China should cut of the Iron Rice Bowl from these freaks! Cut them off of Pension, and Child benefits! Why should China give them the Iron Rice Bowl when they don't want to be Chinese!

  3. President Trump should speak out to China more bravely concerning human rights, democracy and freedom, not just focusing on business and trade. More people will respect him.

  4. UK with help of US should file a formal complaint of China Criminal Party violating badly the Sino British Joint Declaration which is registered under the UN. CCP is claiming the Declaration does not exist any longer! UK esp Margaret Thatcher owe everything to HK/HKers for selling out HKers to the brutal corrupted China Criminal Party since 1997!

  5. Since China's take over of Hong Kong, the goal was always to take over completely. The Chinese have a lot of patience as they strategize for long term goals. Same way with how they run business, they will come in with open hands but will eventually take you over like a cancer. They are sneaky and do not respect the rule of law. It is the goal of complete domination. What else would you expect from a Government that hid in the mountains during the Japanese invasion and watched their fellow country men dying in masses. As Chiang Kai Shek forces fought hard they hid. When the war was over, they came down off the mountains fresh from inaction and ran off the Chinese Republic forces. Played dirty. What remains of the Chinese Republic is now Taiwan and this is why the US should be freely trading with them and not China.

  6. I can see some intelligent comments here. Is it because it’s too early and soon idiots will come storming the comments soon? Or is it because some people are getting wiser?

  7. A few days earlier a reporter claimed “There was a headline that China is insisting that the US lift the Huawei ban as part of the trade deal.” Larry Kudlow responded “I don't know where that story came from. That’s fake news.” The US claims Huawei represents a “national security threat” and has been pressing allies to exclude Huawei from 5G networks. But until now, the US has NOT provided any evidence to support their claim. The same Whitehouse that enacted the Huawei ban wants to delay or lift the ban? Wouldn't this put national security in danger?

  8. The Beijing government should despatch the military to Hong Kong, to stop the riot immediately; of course, must arrest & evict all the people who were behind protesters. Yes, I truly believed that the Chinese People's Liberation Army is coming to Hong Kong.

  9. I honestly remind Hong Kong people that you guys might change the language, culture, or even religion but you guys could NOT change your identity because it looks NOT the West. So, you guys must love your country – your leader – your lives – and your loved ones. Remember, you guys should Not listen to the instigation from the hostile world outside.
    Yes, Hong Kong is a part of China. At midnight on June 30-July 1, 1997, the crown colony of Hong Kong officially reverted to Chinese sovereignty, ending 156 years of British rule. After a formal handover ceremony on July 1, the colony became the Hong Kong Special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. Remember, the riot is not only hurt your country economic growth but all of Hong Kong people life.

  10. I would hope that every Democracy in the world is supporting these brave people. Communist China should fall. Tyranny should not be allowed in a country with so many brave people. To the protesters in Hong Kong I salute you!

  11. HK is China's only financial center, if HK people keep on making trouble China will shake in its boots and come to the negotiating table, never say never

  12. china better watch it word is godzilla's new movie needs some good press he is a monster of the people you know if rodan and giedra come out of retirement its on like donkey kong in hong kong better watch your ding dongs ……lol

  13. Their should be no scale in doing the right thing as if we should instead strike a deal with a country that enslaves its people and doesn't understand the very basics of human rights because it impacts our wallet? How Hong Kong is reacting by taking a stand against tyranny should echo throughout history, should we instead muffle it, lay silent while our very own freedoms are cast to the side? Its simple what is the cost of freedom from tyranny?

  14. WHO DARES TO CHALLENGE THE ARMY OF THE LIVING GOD ??? asked David , youngest son of Jesse, a shepherd boy !!! HE HAD ONE THING THESE DON'T A INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP WITH YHWH !!! This is like comparing blueberries to watermelons…

  15. Hong Kong protests are a waste of time. China is not going to let Hong Kong go anywhere. Xi Jinping is showing restraint by allowing the Hong Kong police to handle the situation which is the right thing to do.

  16. President Trump is telling the CCP what they want to hear. But, in reality, nothing is
    changed. In the meantime, the World is waking up to CCP human rights violations.
    The CCP is relying more and more on human organ harvesting for hard currency.
    A vicious cycle is beginning of World rejecting CCP and CCP grows more desperate.

  17. Do you have humanism ?
    Double Refugee issues
    Hong Kong & North Korea
    2019.7.2 – I am Zhang Fei. (張飛)
    ・People's Republic of China, although a permanent member of the UN Security Council, can not abide by Article 33 of the UN Refugee Convention, “PROHIBITION OF EXPULSION OR RETURN ('REFOULEMENT)”?  As a permanent member of the UN Security Council, it is absolutely impossible to send North Korean defectors back.
    Zhang Fei (張飛) 2019.7.2 (in Japan)

  18. Gordan Chang in 2001: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2006: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2011: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2012: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2016: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2017: the Coming Collapse of China
    Gordan Chang in 2019: the Coming Collapse of China
    Me in 2019: What did you say again, Gordan?

  19. Those people who smashed the glass door were not from the peaceful protesters, there were disguised fake protestors from ccp framing the peaceful protesters, let’s not forget ccp is very familiar in this kind of framing.

  20. This has a lot to do with the trade War people don't understand

    if China gets control of Hong Kong

    This will impact Hong Kong, China and the world

    you see what nobody's really talking about is China has put in power allegedly paid off

    Hong Kong officials to pass laws and To pass bills

    If the bills are passed to laws this is what will happen

    If China says hey we want this person to interrogate

    because we believe they have broken one of our China laws

    they will be exported from Hong Kong to China

    This means anything that China says is law in China will be also in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is a tourist destination that at one time Had the most friendly police force to deal with in the world

    But all that will change a place that is Non-communist will become communist

    Communism, political and economic doctrine that aims to replace private property and a profit-based economy with public ownership and communal control of at least the major means of production (e.g., mines, mills, and factories) and the natural resources of a society.

    The rights of the people living there would be taken away

    This always affects the economy of the country

    this also affects trade War deals

    this also affects other countries By creating a domino effect

    if a country's economy is tanking The surrounding countries will also be affected

    and how trades are done

    Don't believe me

    just sit around doing nothing Let the Democrats get in charge

    And pass their Utopia of Socialism

    a political and economic theory of social organization which advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be

    owned or regulated by the community ( government )as a whole.

    Which is one step away From being communist

    So to everybody who doesn't understand communism and socialism effects trade War a country's economy the countries that are next-door economy

    Which will affect us we can only do so good With our economy if other countries are doing good also

    The trade war is about give and take take a penny, leave a penny

    We can't drain a country dry and they can't drain us dry

    but when you have countries like China who Want to leech off their neighbors and control them not just Hong Kong but other neighboring countries affecting their economy using Scare Tactics to control them creating civil unrest

    using socialistic and Communist techniques to gain power and break up the world

    will eventually affect the United States of America

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