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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7299479/Asian-students-argue-campus-Hong-Kongs-controversial-extradition-bill.html

A video has emerged online of men and women arguing about 'respecting China' on a university campus

The video was filmed in a food court at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and showed an argument that resulted in a young woman being shoved the ground.

Student Serena Lee, 27, was seen putting up protest signs on campus with other activists when a male student took exception and told her: 'Hong Kong is a part of China, if you don't like China, get out of China.'

Ms Lee was then called a 'stupid f***ing pig' and 'not a human' before one of the men stepped forward and shoved her to the ground

Ms Lee stepped into the confrontation to break it up, screaming 'stop fighting'.

The man then shoved forward again knocking her to the ground, yelling 'back off you f***ing rip off' as she crumpled to the floor in front of him.

'Physically, I am not injured, but inside me I am shocked and shaken,' Ms Lee told the New Zealand Herald.

The suspended bill has been the subject of numerous protests in Hong Kong recently, as opponents argue it would allow criminal suspects to be easily sent to China.

'The proposed law in Hong Kong could see the end of the city as we know it and our individual freedom, but I was stunned when people in New Zealand are also trying to shut down our freedom of expression,' Ms Lee said

This incident is not an outlier at University of Auckland, who have had a significant problem with racial discrimination and harassment on campus this year.

The Auckland University Students' Association penned an open letter in April, addressing white supremacy and a culture of fear at the university, claiming that racial disputes at the university date back as far as 2013
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University spokeswoman Lisa Finucane said students should express their opinions in a manner that respects the rights and opinions of others.

'We are in touch with the students who have been involved and a formal investigation is underway following a video and notifications sent to the Vice-Chancellor and other senior members of the university,' Ms Finucane said in a statement

'The Vice-Chancellor expects all members of our community to abide by our commitment to academic freedom and freedom of speech. The University makes it very clear to students and staff that harassment, bullying, and discrimination are completely unacceptable

The university will investigate the incident and said they are 'in touch with the students who have been involved'.

A New Zealand Police spokesman said had spoken to someone who had made a complaint

So they think they can spread this Hong Kong conflict in a country with nothing to do with it?

Why even bring up “White Supremacist” activity at the University when it’s irrelevant here? What the story is about is Mainland Chinese students making trouble for Hong Kong residents that want it to remain a democracy and are against extradition laws.

If there are “White Supremacists” at the University it’s because it’s just white people getting fed up with the cash cows, the problems they cause and them dominating not just the University but the Country too! They call any dissidents of the “great replacement” “White Supremacists”.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7315119/University-Queensland-student-attacked-pro-China-activists-bombarded-death-threats.html

A student involved in organising anti-Chinese Communist Party protests at an Australian university has received shocking threats against himself and his family

Drew Pavlou, 20, was at the centre of the protests held at the University of Queensland's St Lucia campus in Brisbane over the last two weeks.

Since the protests - one of which turned violent when the group was confronted by pro-China activists - Mr Pavlou has been the subject of an intimidation campaign.

Messages sent to Mr Pavlou seen by The Courier Mail include one which threatens to kill him and his family via a hired hitman

The publication says another message was a video of a man being shot with the caption 'you can be a person like him'.

'Images of me were circulated online, it's really scary to be honest. The threats against my family are the worst part, they are really hard to take,' Mr Pavlou told the publication

The UQ philosophy student became involved in organising the Brisbane protests to show solidarity with Hong Kong citizens who have been turning out in their thousands to protest Chinese influence.

The July 24 'peaceful sit-in' he helped organise erupted into violence when pro-Chinese activists turned up at the event.   

In the video of the event, pro-China activists can be seen verbally abusing protesters, tearing up their signs and pushing them.

Mr Pavlou told The Courier Mail pro-Chinese students had attacked his group during the protest.

'We've been assaulted four or five times by Communist Party students,' he said on Facebook

'I was actually punched in the head by two or three ultra-nationalist Chinese students, police are currently talking to them.'

The protest was organised after recent events in Hong Kong, where protesters have rallied against Beijing's influence - with the territory just days away from potential political chaos.

The majority of the mainly peaceful protests surround a controversial law that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China. 

Queensland Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia officers were called to the university's Confucius Centre at about 1pm on July 24 after a 'disturbance

'One of the roles of universities is to enable open, respectful and lawful free speech, including debate about ideas we may not all support or agree with,' it read

'The University expects staff and students to express their views in a lawful and respectful manner, and in accordance with the policies and values of the University.

'Earlier today, in response to safety concerns resulting from a student-initiated protest on campus, the University requested police support.

'On the advice of police, protesters were requested to move on. The safety of all students is paramount to the University

The Hong Kong government first launched the proposals in February, putting forward sweeping changes that would simplify case-by-case extraditions of criminal suspects to countries beyond the 20 with which Hong Kong has existing extradition treaties.

It explicitly allows extraditions from Hong Kong to greater China - including the mainland, Taiwan and Macau - for the first time, closing what Hong Kong government officials have repeatedly described as a 'loophole' that they claim has allowed the city to become a haven for criminals from the mainland.

Hong Kong's leader would start and finally approve an extradition following a request from a foreign jurisdiction but only after court hearings, including any possible appeals. However, the bill removes Legislative Council oversight of extradition arrangements.

WHY IS THE HONG KONG GOVERNMENT PUSHING IT NOW?

Officials initially seized on the murder last year of a young Hong Kong woman holidaying in Taiwan to justify swift changes. Police say her boyfriend confessed on his return to Hong Kong and he is now in jail on lesser money-laundering charges.

Taiwan authorities have strongly opposed the bill, which they say could leave Taiwanese citizens exposed in Hong Kong and have vowed to refuse taking back the murder suspect if the bill is passed.

A long-forgotten issue, the need for an eventual extradition deal with the mainland was acknowledged by government officials and experts ahead of Hong Kong's handover from British to Chinese rule in 1997 under the 'one country, two systems' model.

The city maintains a separate and independent legal system as part of the broader freedoms the formula guarantees. Little progress has been made in discreet talks since then with justice and security officials on the mainland, where the Communist Party still controls the courts.


So... we have Commie Chinks telling us how to express ourselves on our own turf?
I am appalled what Australia is becoming!

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7363659/Protesters-meet-Sydneys-Martin-Place-rally-against-Hong-Kong-police-violence.html

Demonstrations against police brutality in Hong Kong erupted into violence in Melbourne

Pro-Hong Kong activists clashed with pro-Chinese protesters outside of the State Library in Swanson Street on Friday night.

Police were forced to separate the two camps on several occasions, which saw a woman shoved and an ABC cameraman pushed over, The Age reported.

Demonstrators from the pro-China camp took to one side of the street and chanted the national anthem.
Several protesters called for 'one China' while others declared 'China is great'.

Though the opposing camp refused to let the chants drown them out and shouted back, 'Free Hong Kong'.

The violence came as demonstrators took to Sydney's Martin Place in masks to stage a peaceful protest.

As one activist told The Daily Telegraph, a number of protesters wished to keep their identities hidden over fears for repercussions back in China.

The demonstration comes as pro-Hong Kong activists continue to clash against police in more than two months of protests.

The rallies were initially held to protest against legislation that proposed to extradite citizens from Hong Kong to China.

Though since the controversial proposal was dropped, activists have now rallied against police violence and China's alleged violation of its one country, two system agreement.

The clash led one woman to become injured in her right eye during a rally at Tsim Sha Tsui on Sunday
A beanbag round was allegedly fired by a police officer into the crowd before it hit the woman in the face.

Protesters in Australia were only too willing to throw their support behind the woman with a number of them wearing bloodied bandages over their eye.

Others waved posters calling for an end to the violence


It used to be Serbs and Croats fighting at sporting events here, but this stuff has the potential to be a bigger ethnic tension brought here! The fact people from China can snitch to the embassy about Hong Kong activists and consequently make trouble for their lives back home is shocking!
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The fact people from China can snitch to the embassy about Hong Kong activists and consequently make trouble for their lives back home is shocking!

Not shocking at all. It is in fact expected as that is exactly what has been going on since the first days of Russian Communism in 1917. The Red Chinese from 1945 followed the Russian methods to the letter.
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https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/world/fake-chinese-police-car-is-spotted-driving-around-perth-and-scaring-locals-who-fear-theyre-being-spied-on-but-cops-wont-do-anything-about-it/ar-AAFPE4l


Fake Chinese police car is spotted driving around Perth and scaring locals who fear they're being SPIED on - but cops won't do anything about it





Check the original link. Can’t copy a lot of text here. This is getting bloody stupid!


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Australian universities are not doing enough to combat the influence of China's ruling Communist Party, a group of Federal Government backbenchers has warned

The comments follow recent pro-Beijing rallies staged in several Australian cities against Hong Kong's democracy movement — rallies which were praised by Chinese Government-controlled media — and come just days after Liberal MP Andrew Hastie warned about China's activities.

Fellow Liberal MP Tim Wilson, who also sits on Parliament's powerful Intelligence Committee, said there was strong potential for foreign interference on Australian campuses to shut down various views

"Many MPs have a concern about Australian university campuses and whether they're both a bastion for free speech, which they need to be, but more critically the role that foreign influences like the Confucius Institutes are having — any influence over curriculum and of course the influence of foreign governments on protests," Mr Wilson told ABC Radio.

"What we know is that around the world the influence of embassies and consulates from foreign governments can sometimes be an influence for domestic protests and we have to make sure that isn't occurring."

Queensland LNP senator Amanda Stoker said she believed universities were battling through a "crisis of leadership" on foreign influence.

"[There is a] reluctance in their administrations to defend the rights of non-CCP [Chinese Communist Party]-aligned students who dare to speak out against Beijing," she said.

"It is legitimate to ask questions about how China came to have so much influence in these institutions."

Government taking foreign interference 'incredibly seriously'

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan played down suggestions of a leadership crisis among universities, insisting the Government was taking foreign interference "incredibly seriously“
"These are issues that have emerged over the last few years, they are ones which require careful consideration," Mr Tehan told Sky News.

"But I must say, the engagement I have had with the sector, they understand how important this is that we get it right."

Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong said the issue should be dealt with by the Government executive rather than outspoken backbenchers.

"We in Australia do support freedom of speech and we also support a right of peaceful protest," she told ABC's Insiders.

"We would expect people in Australia are entitled to exercise those rights if they do so peacefully and that they are free from intimidation

Senator Wong said Labor would request urgent briefings about the relationship on China from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of National Intelligence to help inform public debate.

"I think we're at the point where the relationship is more complex, also more consequential," she said.

"It matters to us and we should have a much more sensible and mature discussion about how we make it work for us."


https://www.theage.com.au/world/asia/anti-hong-kong-protest-in-sydney-marred-by-ugly-confrontation-20190817-p52i4f.html

An anti-Hong Kong democracy rally turned ugly in Sydney's CBD on Saturday, with protesters shouting jingoistic slogans and two men escorted away under police protection after they were confronted by rally attendees.

The protesters, most of them believed to be migrants from mainland China, attended the rally to support Beijing’s policies in Hong Kong. The group gathered at Belmore Park about noon and marched to Sydney Town Hall, chanting "long live China", with attendance estimates varying from 200 to 3000.

During the protest, an elderly man holding a sign supporting freedom in Hong Kong was escorted away by police after being surrounded and verbally abused by mainland protesters. "He’s being protected by the police, otherwise we’d beat him to death," a woman said in Mandarin as others cursed at him "Traitor! Traitor!"

A man holding a Taiwanese flag was confronted by rally attendees at the tail end of the event and appeared to be grabbed around the neck by another man before he fell to the ground. Police later broke up the fracas and escorted the man to safety
Police said one person at the rally was taken into custody to prevent a breach of the peace and was released without charge.

A Sydney resident who attended the rally but did not give his name, said: "Only one incident occurred where someone tried to spread disinformation but they were kicked out by the Chinese community."

It comes after two men were moved on from protests in Melbourne today and scuffles broke out between pro and anti-democracy protesters in that city on Friday night.

During the rally, the crowd named individual student leaders in Hong Kong and called for a crackdown. The crowd cheered: "Those in Hong Kong who don’t love HK, get the f--- out! If you don’t love China, you’re our enemy! Isolate them! Get the f--- out!" In response, someone shouted: "Hong Kong separatists are c---s!"

Many who participated in the rally were well-dressed young students angered by the protests in Hong Kong and reactions in Australia. They dubbed their rally "Hong Kong No Riot", holding pictures of what they called "riots" in Hong Kong and condemned those in Australia who support the "rioters".

The organisers, including a man named Liang Junshen (Jack) who said he was a former university student in Sydney, took weeks to purchase the Chinese flags and design posters. However, a group on WeChat (a Chinese messaging app) where participants were mobilised was taken down days before the rally following heated political discussions that triggered concerns from Chinese censors. Mr Liang said he was in meetings with other leaders of the rally, but denied that they had any political affiliations or was connected to Chinese officials.

Familiar faces from previous pro-China protests were at today's rally: a young Chinese couple who spoke at the rally had attempted to disrupt a talk at Sydney University earlier this year about China’s mass detention of the Uighur people.

Another protester who told the crowd "if you are a separatist, I wish death upon your father", played an active role in another pro-China rally in 2017 that was reportedly organised by the Chinese consulate in Sydney.

If it’s going to be like this both Hong Kong and Chinese factions should be deported so they can fight and break the law in their own countrie/s not ours!!!! Got nothing to do with us!
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