Listen: Hong Kong, Bill And China discussed on Post Reports
"Kong is trying to push through an extradition Bill and this Bill would basically mean that Hong Kong could send fugitives back to anywhere on the world, even a place that they don't have a foam extradition treaty with, and why that's really significant is because it does mean now that if that Bill passes, Hong Kong could send fugitive spec to mainland China, where they would be tried and the Chinese legal system. We so really huge, huge numbers ten out on a protest Sunday said that it was one point one million people who showed up, which would be historic numbers. Yesterday people sit on the streets, the blocked the buildings extremely organized. It was actually largely sort of peaceful and police were very restrained until point in the afternoon when things for the heated and police decided to basically said at teargassing people. There was so much to guess, Kansas says, I think a hundred and fifty. All. A lot of the protests is doesn't want to ship names with us. They will much won't Keiichi about talking. I think this accruing concern here that has beaching titans scripture, Hong Kong. It's also exporting various methods of surveillance, those used in in crackdowns. Oh operations against dissidents within mainland China itself. One of the things that we, we saw them do yesterday to was by cod's for the for the subway, the MTR here in Hong Kong. You know with with cash like these little, like pays you go cuts rather than using this sort of prepaid cards, which could be linked to the identities could easily tracked. You know, even though protested largely cleared out the demonstrators I a regrouping this sort of figuring out that this strategy in what snakes and some of the main groups have called for them together once again on Sunday. So I, I really don't think that this is a,"