Organizers say over one million marched in Hong Kong

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  1. Elaine

    Elaine26 hari yang lalu

    Arise, ye who shall not be slaves again -- [Glory to Hong Kong]

  2. TheBlackdragon936

    TheBlackdragon9364 bulan yang lalu

    The left aka CNN wants to take your guns away and your freedoms. Do let it happen here like they are trying to do in Hong Kong.

  3. fistweaver

    fistweaver4 bulan yang lalu

    CNN is fake news

  4. Marcus Tullius

    Marcus Tullius4 bulan yang lalu

    Million ahhaha 2000-4000

  5. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    Babies

  6. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    Public too should used pepper spray

  7. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    Congress government Rahul Gandhi support Hongkong

  8. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    Modi government support

  9. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    We from India support Hongkong and it's people

  10. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    It's Hongkong leave Hongkong and people alone

  11. Azrael Lyngdoh

    Azrael Lyngdoh4 bulan yang lalu

    Please help Hongkong help people free from dictator

  12. Yi Liu

    Yi Liu4 bulan yang lalu

    only 20 thousand people

  13. American for Truth

    American for Truth4 bulan yang lalu

    HK must follow the greatness of USA, as shown in the following must reads: 想瞭解美国之伟大,必看以下两个英语文章: www.google.com/search?q=pizzagate+dummies+pdf humansarefree.com/2018/10/cia-whistleblower-exposing-roles-of-cia.html 郭文贵全部视频完全不接受评论,多么民主。

  14. Kate Brooks

    Kate Brooks4 bulan yang lalu

    Ok, if I offended anybody SORRY sometimes, TRUTH HURTS

  15. Goaticorn

    Goaticorn5 bulan yang lalu

    This is history man. This is it. Good for them!

  16. Mars Smith

    Mars Smith5 bulan yang lalu

    But HUAWEI network firewall will control Hong Kong sooner or later

  17. China Economic Terrorist

    China Economic Terrorist5 bulan yang lalu

    Great Britain needs to right this wrong

  18. Dave Queen

    Dave Queen5 bulan yang lalu

    Actually the true figure is 2 million people.Get the story right and the number right.Just looking at the crowd shows it is closer to 2 million,double the figure in the news.Duh??????

  19. Jikku James

    Jikku James5 bulan yang lalu

    It's just master plan of CIA.

  20. Siamect

    Siamect5 bulan yang lalu

    Why don't UK protest US extraditions of Australian journalists. More footage from Hong Kong idreporter.net/v/video-PCyrJTmUpNQ.html

  21. E L

    E L5 bulan yang lalu

    If Canada can use extradition law to arrest Huawei executive for America, how come Hong Kong can not have it to transfer criminals to other countries ??????? It is totally BS by these western medias and politicians ! Never believe in these western news, they only show you edited video to devilize HK gov and HK police ! You already know why they did that. Please only watch full unedited video of the entire event published by real citizens of Hong Kong.

  22. E L

    E L5 bulan yang lalu

    HK police only counted 230 thousand protestors, not a million. These western news always try to devilize HK police and HK gov. A million of people can not be hold in this small area ! I still remember when Trump's team said there were more than a million people at his Inauguration, but actually there were only 300k to 600k. It was an international joke. What a big liar... www.theguardian.com/world/2018/sep/06/donald-trump-inauguration-crowd-size-photos-edited

  23. Firefly

    Firefly5 bulan yang lalu

    The Government spokesman stressed the following points: The Bill was prompted by the murder of a Hong Kong citizen in Taiwan which brought into sharper focus deficiencies of the existing regime dealing with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the surrender of fugitives. If these deficiencies were not addressed as a matter of priority, Hong Kong would continue to be a bolt-hole for criminals, putting Hong Kong residents' safety at risk and disregarding our international responsibilities in the fight against cross-border and transnational crimes. The Bill covers only the most serious crimes punishable by imprisonment of seven years or more (i.e. cases that would normally be tried in Hong Kong's High Court) and the crimes must exist in the laws of both Hong Kong and the requesting jurisdiction before a surrender request will be processed. None of these serious criminal offences relate to the freedom of assembly, of the press, of speech, of academic freedom or publication. And no surrender for a political offence or if the purported charges are in fact on account of race, religion, nationality or political opinions. Executive and judicial safeguards built into the system protect all the human rights enshrined in the Basic Law and Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and ensure that any requests for assistance or surrender are legal, and subject to challenge and review up to the Court of Final Appeal. As guaranteed under the Basic Law, the courts of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region exercise judicial power independently, free from any interference. Throughout the past four months, the Government has listened attentively to views expressed and responded positively to suggestions made. As a result, two sets of amendments were made, respectively before and after the presentation of the Bill. These have provided additional safeguards which have been welcomed by stakeholders and have effectively allayed most of those earlier concerns. The Chief Executive could not bypass the Court to surrender a fugitive to any requesting party including the Mainland. The government's proposals are therefore firmly grounded in the rule of law.

  24. HOO WOO

    HOO WOO5 bulan yang lalu

    Can sb tell me what was written in the exradition law? cause people always say freedom freedomm.what legal term breaks their freedom? EXPLAIN!PLZ!

  25. Firefly

    Firefly5 bulan yang lalu

    HOO WOO I don’t see any terms that would break their freedom. A reasonable bill made to fix a legal loop hole is being sabotaged and suspended because of media misinterpretation and smear campaign. The Government spokesman stressed the following points: The Bill was prompted by the murder of a Hong Kong citizen in Taiwan which brought into sharper focus deficiencies of the existing regime dealing with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the surrender of fugitives. If these deficiencies were not addressed as a matter of priority, Hong Kong would continue to be a bolt-hole for criminals, putting Hong Kong residents' safety at risk and disregarding our international responsibilities in the fight against cross-border and transnational crimes. The Bill covers only the most serious crimes punishable by imprisonment of seven years or more (i.e. cases that would normally be tried in Hong Kong's High Court) and the crimes must exist in the laws of both Hong Kong and the requesting jurisdiction before a surrender request will be processed. None of these serious criminal offences relate to the freedom of assembly, of the press, of speech, of academic freedom or publication. And no surrender for a political offence or if the purported charges are in fact on account of race, religion, nationality or political opinions. Executive and judicial safeguards built into the system protect all the human rights enshrined in the Basic Law and Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and ensure that any requests for assistance or surrender are legal, and subject to challenge and review up to the Court of Final Appeal. As guaranteed under the Basic Law, the courts of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region exercise judicial power independently, free from any interference. Throughout the past four months, the Government has listened attentively to views expressed and responded positively to suggestions made. As a result, two sets of amendments were made, respectively before and after the presentation of the Bill. These have provided additional safeguards which have been welcomed by stakeholders and have effectively allayed most of those earlier concerns. The Chief Executive could not bypass the Court to surrender a fugitive to any requesting party including the Mainland. The government's proposals are therefore firmly grounded in the rule of law.

  26. COYS

    COYS5 bulan yang lalu

    For Democracy! For Freedom! For HongKong!

  27. G T

    G T5 bulan yang lalu

    全球聯署【反送中 民意不可欺 為香港企硬】Global Signing: Against Extradition to China 支持就幫手為香港人集氣 help Hong Kong people to take back their future ​www.change.org/p/%E6%B0%91%E9%96%93%E4%BA%BA%E6%AC%8A%E9%99%A3%E7%B7%9A-civil-human-rights-front-%E5%85%A8%E7%90%83%E8%81%AF%E7%BD%B2-%E5%8F%8D%E9%80%81%E4%B8%AD-%E6%B0%91%E6%84%8F%E4%B8%8D%E5%8F%AF%E6%AC%BA-%E7%82%BA%E9%A6%99%E6%B8%AF%E4%BC%81%E7%A1%AC-global-signing-against-extradition-to-china?signed=true​

  28. ser. Dina gc con una foto de cartura

    ser. Dina gc con una foto de cartura5 bulan yang lalu

    70 beses bendiciones desde madera californiana yo elvia Girón lo testificó con el poder de Jehová amén

  29. T-Rex Show

    T-Rex Show5 bulan yang lalu

    What happened ? Because of what these demonstrations?

  30. Dalena

    Dalena5 bulan yang lalu

    these troublemakers are C.I.A proxies

  31. aidrian 252

    aidrian 2525 bulan yang lalu

    Be careful Filipino cetizens pray to God now

  32. 郝俊威

    郝俊威5 bulan yang lalu

    Three methods of independence

  33. Shawn.M Gómez

    Shawn.M Gómez5 bulan yang lalu

    This guys want Hong Kong can be a place that he can kill someone in your country without panished, so WTF are you support for?????? XX: If I can not win Chinese, I give them a war, so no HuaWei's problem anymore, and its always work, just like Libay and Irak, what happe next? We don't fuking care, let them die.

  34. Dfegw Sdge

    Dfegw Sdge5 bulan yang lalu

    China is trash 😁

  35. Barry B

    Barry B5 bulan yang lalu

    without China, the whole world will be good !

  36. Barry B

    Barry B5 bulan yang lalu

    Whole world is not welcome to China !!!

  37. 陳詩涵

    陳詩涵5 bulan yang lalu

    idreporter.net/v/video-fSb5wsvQWKk.html

  38. tk o

    tk o5 bulan yang lalu

    Hi, I'm Korean I admire the courage of Hong Kong citizens "BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU" ... George Orwell 1984 George Orwell 1984 Big Brother = Communist Party of China This dictatorship in China always monitors people If you criticize the Chinese Communist Party on the Internet, your credit rating automatically drops. I wish the great Hong Kong people never give in to the devil People around the world will continue to support Hong Kong citizens. Things will get better.....

  39. MooKy ND

    MooKy ND5 bulan yang lalu

    Hong Kong can't get freedom in the future so we procession for that.But Hong Kong Police attack unarmed person with force,I am disappointed with this, I hope these videos can cause everyone's attention.

  40. La park

    La park5 bulan yang lalu

    좃가튼 중국공산당은 해체하라! Fucking china communism party, do not destroy hongkong's democracy!!! From s.korea

  41. Firefly

    Firefly5 bulan yang lalu

    La park This bill has nothing to do with CCP actually. Which part of the bill destroys democracy? The Government spokesman stressed the following points: The Bill was prompted by the murder of a Hong Kong citizen in Taiwan which brought into sharper focus deficiencies of the existing regime dealing with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the surrender of fugitives. If these deficiencies were not addressed as a matter of priority, Hong Kong would continue to be a bolt-hole for criminals, putting Hong Kong residents' safety at risk and disregarding our international responsibilities in the fight against cross-border and transnational crimes. The Bill covers only the most serious crimes punishable by imprisonment of seven years or more (i.e. cases that would normally be tried in Hong Kong's High Court) and the crimes must exist in the laws of both Hong Kong and the requesting jurisdiction before a surrender request will be processed. None of these serious criminal offences relate to the freedom of assembly, of the press, of speech, of academic freedom or publication. And no surrender for a political offence or if the purported charges are in fact on account of race, religion, nationality or political opinions. Executive and judicial safeguards built into the system protect all the human rights enshrined in the Basic Law and Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and ensure that any requests for assistance or surrender are legal, and subject to challenge and review up to the Court of Final Appeal. As guaranteed under the Basic Law, the courts of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region exercise judicial power independently, free from any interference. Throughout the past four months, the Government has listened attentively to views expressed and responded positively to suggestions made. As a result, two sets of amendments were made, respectively before and after the presentation of the Bill. These have provided additional safeguards which have been welcomed by stakeholders and have effectively allayed most of those earlier concerns. The Chief Executive could not bypass the Court to surrender a fugitive to any requesting party including the Mainland. The government's proposals are therefore firmly grounded in the rule of law.

  42. Constance Yen

    Constance Yen5 bulan yang lalu

    During the ruling of Briton over HK after Opinion War for 150 years, Briton never gave HK people the freedom and democracy of vote and election. I never heard Westerners complained about that. Therefore I concluded that the democracy is not important to Westerners but the chances to attack China are. Now HKers enjoy much more freedom than before under Briton’s colonial government

  43. tang roro

    tang roro5 bulan yang lalu

    We protest because no one, *NO FU**#KING** ONE* in Asia likes China and their corrupted government. Taiwan and Hong Kong have been pushed around and bullied by China for decades, and now they finally crossing the line by trying to interfere with the governments in HK and TW, and people are smart enough to see through all the lies and malicious intends behind their moves, and if we don't fight back now, soon we won't be given a chance to fight back. These motherfu#kers try to take full control of HK and TW, and there has already been multiple sign that might be insignificant but it's their way to culturally invade us, like forcing Google to use simplified Chinese as standard, or demanding HK and TW put "China" before the name to emphasize we belong to them, or even just forcing "Devotion" be banned because it's offensive to them and them only.

  44. Firefly

    Firefly5 bulan yang lalu

    tang roro This bill was initiated by the Hong Kong government in order to extradite a murderer to Taiwan to face charge. Did you read the bill? The Government spokesman stressed the following points: The Bill was prompted by the murder of a Hong Kong citizen in Taiwan which brought into sharper focus deficiencies of the existing regime dealing with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the surrender of fugitives. If these deficiencies were not addressed as a matter of priority, Hong Kong would continue to be a bolt-hole for criminals, putting Hong Kong residents' safety at risk and disregarding our international responsibilities in the fight against cross-border and transnational crimes. The Bill covers only the most serious crimes punishable by imprisonment of seven years or more (i.e. cases that would normally be tried in Hong Kong's High Court) and the crimes must exist in the laws of both Hong Kong and the requesting jurisdiction before a surrender request will be processed. None of these serious criminal offences relate to the freedom of assembly, of the press, of speech, of academic freedom or publication. And no surrender for a political offence or if the purported charges are in fact on account of race, religion, nationality or political opinions. Executive and judicial safeguards built into the system protect all the human rights enshrined in the Basic Law and Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and ensure that any requests for assistance or surrender are legal, and subject to challenge and review up to the Court of Final Appeal. As guaranteed under the Basic Law, the courts of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region exercise judicial power independently, free from any interference. Throughout the past four months, the Government has listened attentively to views expressed and responded positively to suggestions made. As a result, two sets of amendments were made, respectively before and after the presentation of the Bill. These have provided additional safeguards which have been welcomed by stakeholders and have effectively allayed most of those earlier concerns. The Chief Executive could not bypass the Court to surrender a fugitive to any requesting party including the Mainland. The government's proposals are therefore firmly grounded in the rule of law.

  45. Ahn JuPi

    Ahn JuPi5 bulan yang lalu

    Freedom is not free. Fight Hong Kong! From US

  46. kane quek

    kane quek5 bulan yang lalu

    China Chinese dare bully Hong Kong China prc disgrace

  47. Firefly

    Firefly5 bulan yang lalu

    kane quek This bill was initiated by the Hong Kong government to fix their legal loop holes. How was Hong Kong bullied? Blaming China for everything is real bully The Government spokesman stressed the following points: The Bill was prompted by the murder of a Hong Kong citizen in Taiwan which brought into sharper focus deficiencies of the existing regime dealing with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and the surrender of fugitives. If these deficiencies were not addressed as a matter of priority, Hong Kong would continue to be a bolt-hole for criminals, putting Hong Kong residents' safety at risk and disregarding our international responsibilities in the fight against cross-border and transnational crimes. The Bill covers only the most serious crimes punishable by imprisonment of seven years or more (i.e. cases that would normally be tried in Hong Kong's High Court) and the crimes must exist in the laws of both Hong Kong and the requesting jurisdiction before a surrender request will be processed. None of these serious criminal offences relate to the freedom of assembly, of the press, of speech, of academic freedom or publication. And no surrender for a political offence or if the purported charges are in fact on account of race, religion, nationality or political opinions. Executive and judicial safeguards built into the system protect all the human rights enshrined in the Basic Law and Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and ensure that any requests for assistance or surrender are legal, and subject to challenge and review up to the Court of Final Appeal. As guaranteed under the Basic Law, the courts of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region exercise judicial power independently, free from any interference. Throughout the past four months, the Government has listened attentively to views expressed and responded positively to suggestions made. As a result, two sets of amendments were made, respectively before and after the presentation of the Bill. These have provided additional safeguards which have been welcomed by stakeholders and have effectively allayed most of those earlier concerns. The Chief Executive could not bypass the Court to surrender a fugitive to any requesting party including the Mainland. The government's proposals are therefore firmly grounded in the rule of law.

  48. 王胤迦

    王胤迦5 bulan yang lalu

    Don’t let 64 come again.

  49. kane quek

    kane quek5 bulan yang lalu

    China bully small country Hong Kong lets the world see China threaten becus 14 billion PRC CAN MEST THE WORLD

  50. kane quek

    kane quek5 bulan yang lalu

    China wants revenge to the western as Chinese saying ten yrs not late even longer will never give up

  51. Ben Wong

    Ben Wong5 bulan yang lalu

    Partial reporting on HK extradition law.The law is not specific for only extradition to China. The law was put forth - 1. there was no extradition law and since HK has it's own law one was needed, 2. the law was in response to a HK man murdering his girl friend in Taiwan and returned to HK where he avoided facing trial in Taiwan because there was no extradition law in HK. The vast majority of HK citizens support this law. Please report the WHOLE story not just what suits the editorial staff! This is hoe demonization of China by western media happens.

  52. Alfonso Gutierrez

    Alfonso Gutierrez5 bulan yang lalu

    Freeeeedoooommmm!

  53. Ellen Kwok

    Ellen Kwok5 bulan yang lalu

    Proud to be a Hongkonger!

  54. z z

    z z5 bulan yang lalu

    We all the Korean 100% support Hong Kong ! Just let us know when you need us. We share the value of democracy and freedom.

  55. cindymmm11

    cindymmm115 bulan yang lalu

    z z , thank. Peace and love for Koreans too.

  56. HELLO ITS ME

    HELLO ITS ME5 bulan yang lalu

    one million my ass.....

  57. Calvin Ck

    Calvin Ck5 bulan yang lalu

    instagram.com/p/Bym08diFks8/?igshid=xjhn3m0owi6n Please spread it out to let people know how ulgy Hong Kong police are .

  58. 你也来在家

    你也来在家5 bulan yang lalu

    真棒西媒, 继续煽动啊

  59. Jack Smith

    Jack Smith5 bulan yang lalu

    please see the truth in the following links: idreporter.net/v/video-Y2eP7sKgz6w.html

  60. Moonwolf_CAT靈貓月狼

    Moonwolf_CAT靈貓月狼5 bulan yang lalu

    Please share it to your social forum to let people know how the Hong Kong police doing things P. S (sorry for the bad English) idreporter.net/v/video-Bhj8Xbz6NW4.html

  61. Thai Thanh Vo

    Thai Thanh Vo5 bulan yang lalu

    Freedom HK, no China, no communist

  62. Don ta

    Don ta5 bulan yang lalu

    Luckily Hongkong people still have their rights to protest .. but not for long .. unlike China or Vietnam .. all protests would be framed as traitors influenced by the west .. and prosecuted with jail terms at least 10 years

  63. TheMH135 _Gaming

    TheMH135 _Gaming5 bulan yang lalu

    Freedom, democracy, anti communism!

  64. 南宮天識

    南宮天識5 bulan yang lalu

    wait, so only the west could have the Extradition law? er...... what happened to Meng Wanzhou again?

  65. 南宮天識

    南宮天識5 bulan yang lalu

    @L H so basically: Chinese != human rights

  66. L H

    L H5 bulan yang lalu

    Extradition law applies to those countries that have fundamentally sound and independent legal system. For a country which openly declares the court has to LISTEN to the party first and foremost, whose high court head does not even possess a law degree, extradition law becomes another vehicle for the party to silent all who dare to voice an opposing opinion.

  67. sebastian hanes

    sebastian hanes5 bulan yang lalu

    well done Hong Kong! Fight for Freedom and Justice! Don't be afraid, the Communist Empire of Xi Jinping has clay foundations and eventually will be swiped from the face of the Earth as any Criminal Autocracy!!

  68. Won Bin

    Won Bin5 bulan yang lalu

    China should EMULATE their Hong Kong brothers and sisters time to dismatle the communist party and establish a DEMOCRACY iN CHINA