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Xi Hails Hong Kong’s “Rising From The Ashes” In 1st Visit Since Pro-Democracy Crackdown

Xi Hails Hong Kong’s “Rising From The Ashes” In 1st Visit Since Pro-Democracy Crackdown President Xi Jinping on Friday wrapped up a two-day visit to to Hong Kong which marked the city’s 25th anniversary of its turn to Chinese rule by giving a speech seen as a “vigorous endorsement” of the ‘one country, two systems’ constitutional principle. He also took the opportunity to praise outgoing leader Carrie Lam for her efforts to “stop violence and chaos, fight the pandemic with full force, integrate with the country’s development plan and safeguard national sovereignty, security, development interests and Hong Kong stability.” China’s President Xi Jinping said that Hong Kong has overcome its challenges and ‘risen from the ashes,’ as he visited the former British colony to celebrate 25 years since its return to Chinese rule https://t.co/NhKKvp69r5 pic.twitter.com/9BjNiq6q3f — Reuters (@Reuters) June 30, 2022 In reality this included a severe cracking down on what were on occasion violent or destructive pro-independence protests, but more importantly the unprecedented imposition of the national security law which essentially criminalized the opposition protest movement, and imposed sweeping censorship on film, media, and school curriculum. Xi stepped out to a red carpet and was greeted in a massive security presence environment by a very regulated, restricted group of people waiving at him upon arriving on a high-speed rail train this week, which marked his first visit to the island in two-and-a-half years. As South China Morning Post described of Xi’s arrival: On Thursday, in a brief arrival speech, the president described Hong Kong as having “risen from the ashes” after overcoming various severe challenges since his last visit in 2017, which proved that “one country, two systems is a good system”. Getty Images Significantly, the short trip also marked the first time Xi has traveled outside the mainland

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Cleveland Metropolitan Schools Removes Names of Patriots From Buildings

The Cleveland Metropolitan Schools district has removed the names of two American statesmen and a scholar from decades-old schools and replaced them with the names of women who made an impact on the northeast Ohio region. In a move that can be considered either cancel culture or social change, the CMS School Board voted on June 28 to remove the names of Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and Louis Agassiz from the schools, citing their “racially problematic pasts,” and Jefferson’s and Henry’s being slave owners. The name changes were effective immediately. In late December, school officials announced that they were working with an ad-hoc committee to remove the names of seven of its schools in what they said is an effort to improve the image of the district that has a 73 percent minority student population including 71 percent African-Americans….

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Toronto Police Cause Confusion With Post About Missing “Woman” With A Goatee

Toronto Police Cause Confusion With Post About Missing “Woman” With A Goatee Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Toronto Police caused confusion on Twitter after posting about a missing ‘woman’ despite the accompanying picture showing a biological male with a goatee. “News Release – Missing Woman, Ryerson Avenue and Bathurst Street area, Isobella Degrace, 27,” stated the Twitter post. “She is described as 5’10″, with a thin build, shaggy blonde hair, and a full goatee,” the Toronto Police Service said. “She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt and grey pants.” Apparently, observing Canada’s gender identification rules is more important than accurately describing a missing person. News Release – Missing Woman, Ryerson Avenue and Bathurst Street area, Isobella Degrace, 27https://t.co/JB42sCtzxY pic.twitter.com/SO1VNr16NY — Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) June 30, 2022 Respondents on Twitter were quick to chime in. Missing dog. Please help. pic.twitter.com/3NLx9gPDuT — Aldous Huxley’s Ghost™ (@AF632) June 30, 2022 Has anyone seen my cat? pic.twitter.com/7o8qCEneSG — Richard Leader (@RichardLeader) June 30, 2022 “How are we supposed to find her when you post a picture of a dude?” asked another respondent. “How would you describe this woman on the radio or via text?” asked another. “If you laugh, it’s a hate crime,” joked one person. Despite the stupidity, Isobella Degrace was eventually located by authorities about 9 hours after posting the tweet. *  *  * Brand new merch now available! Get it at https://www.pjwshop.com/ In the age of mass Silicon Valley censorship It is crucial that we stay in touch. I need you to sign up for my free newsletter here. Support my sponsor – Turbo Force – a supercharged boost of clean energy without the comedown. Get early access, exclusive content and behinds the scenes stuff by following me on Locals. Tyler Durden Fri, 07/01/2022 – 10:25

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