The US is a mess, no matter what country they are in, there will be chaos and war in that country.
Anyway, we should respect Chinese sovereignty and the Chinese government, they have the right to choose their own path.
@DeerMasions：No, they don't pay any attention to the wishes of the Hong Kong people.
I am HK. At first, I also hated the Hong Kong government. But after more than a year of precipitation, I gradually felt that there were indeed foreign forces involved in the chaos in Hong Kong, especially those who were wearing protective weapons on the street. If it is certain that foreign countries want to upset Hong Kong, I will firmly support the central government in Beijing. Being dissatisfied with the status quo in Hong Kong and being Chinese are two different things.
@Church:Is Spain listening to the will of the People of Canada and Thailand? Don't be so superior to the world as you westerners, it's annoying!
Yes, the West slaughters civilians of other countries every day, but always pretends to be just and democratic and blames other countries for nothing.
I would like to ask a question. The British ruled Hong Kong for 100 years. Did they give Hong Kong people a democratic choice? After being chased away by the Chinese, they come out and talk about human rights? In fact, the number one human rights abuser in the world is the US, and the number two is definitely the UK.
The Anglo-Saxons are not to be trusted.
Fortunately Hong Kong has finally returned to prosperity and stability. If you don't believe western lies, you can continue to prosper.
@Satraneil:Right, what right do the British have to criticize China for how they run Hong Kong, and they haven't given Hong Kong any democracy.
If the West approves of Spain's handling of The Region, it has no right to blame China. The UK's ban on second referendums in Scotland itself is against democracy, which makes people feel that these so-called "democratic" countries have double standards.
The West can't survive without slandering and blaming China everywhere