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  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • Retake Hong Kong. - Revolution now.

  • Fight for freedom. - Support Hong Kong.

  • At home I speak as little as I can about it.

  • I want home to just stay home.

  • I just do not tell them that I am one of the protesters.

  • Don't give up.

  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • They were ferociously beating that man. He could not defend himself.

  • I feared I would be next.

  • It made me want to cry, but I had to wait until I was safe.

  • When you get used to violence, and to responding to violence with violence...

  • ...I fear you will never escape it anymore.

  • I am sorry.

  • Are these from Taiwan? - Yes, they are.

  • How much? - 100 Hong Kong dollar.

  • Before this politics were never an issue for me.

  • I was touched when I saw the news.

  • I did not know how to deal with that emotion, how to voice my opinion.

  • I have now moved on in my life.

  • I read a lot and my professors talk about politics more.

  • I think more about everything.

  • That is the reason I want to take action.

  • The other masks don't take this filter? - No.

  • I tried, but it did not fit. - No, you are right.

  • There you are. - Thanks.

  • I grew up with very few rules.

  • That is why I value freedom so much.

  • People born in the eighties, nineties or later...

  • ...are very sensitive to that.

  • They were raised...

  • ...with a sense of freedom.

  • They have preciously little left when that is taken away from them.

  • Where is the switch? - That is how you turn it up.

  • I want to hear it. How do I test it?

  • I can only do that when I move away. - I will first try it without this.

  • Testing, 1, 2, 3. Hello. Testing, 1, 2, 3.

  • Yes, I have heard it now. This feels a bit awkward.

  • At first we had to learn a lot...

  • ...from movements in other countries, like the Yellow Vests.

  • We saw people return tear gas cannisters with tennis rackets.

  • We make a cross when we need first aid.

  • This means you need goggles.

  • It's raining. We see Peeping Toms. Open you umbrella.

  • Open you umbrella. Rain.

  • It is sad that in my own city I can only talk wearing this.

  • At first this was not necessary.

  • But now they are constantly arresting people accusing them of revolting.

  • The government escalated the situation.

  • That is why we need to remain anonymous now.

  • If they had listened to us, and had acted this would not have been necessary.

  • I do not want to cover my face up.

  • It feels incredibly un-free.

  • As if I am not allowed to be free.

  • When I wear a mask...

  • ...I cannot breathe freely.

  • That is not freedom.

  • They used metal carts and steel tubes...

  • ...to try and smash the windows of parliament to get in there.

  • Protestors held up umbrellas to obscure their identity and their actions...

  • ...to reduce the risk of being arrested.

  • I feel that day was really very violent.

  • But now I think we had no choice, really.

  • Revolution now.

  • Re-take Hong Kong. - Revolution now.

  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • Do not give up.

  • tears shed because of fear for this country

  • the anger smothers the fear and makes us stronger

  • stand up and say it loud let it resound:

  • freedom is near

  • Open your AirDrop to see the lyrics.

  • Open your AirDrop.

  • police chief is not stupid but his men are really dumb

  • they are incredibly incompetent

  • It was full of tear gas. Super smoky.

  • Then we saw there was a big fire in front of us and a lot of black smoke.

  • So we had to stop. We took some rest and contacted people.

  • There was a first aid big brother.

  • He said his friend's restaurant was nearby.

  • He could provide us with clean clothes. We could rest there and drink water.

  • We got scared and we got into an argument.

  • I wanted to go on, but she pulled me the other way.

  • There was no smoke there, so it was much safer.

  • She was too impulsive, and she could not hear me.

  • She ran and I had to pull her back hard. - We were like this: 'Run, run, run.'

  • And she was pulling me like this.

  • So, in the end I decided to just follow her.

  • My parents are a bit older.

  • I know they imagine things, like many parents.

  • They think we were bribed or brainwashed to create chaos.

  • At home I speak as little as I can about it.

  • I want home to just stay home.

  • I just do not tell them that I am one of the protesters.

  • I just say I am going out. That is enough. It is better to keep them ignorant.

  • That last tear gas grenade did not affect my eyes at all.

  • But I did inhale some of the gas.

  • I just do not get this.

  • The police are responsible for a lot of abuse.

  • That is why I secretly like the fact that they are being attacked.

  • Though throwing Molotov cocktails is taking it too far, I think.

  • But as we collectively agreed 'no division and no betrayal'...

  • ...I support everything that is being done. We are one team.

  • Here you see that they have shut the gate at the MTR station to stop them.

  • But that was no use, because they just pulled it up.

  • They beat up anyone they see. You see them chase people.

  • I remember that day. It was around 11 pm and I was taking the MTR home.

  • As I passed by the West Rail line I could taste fear in the air.

  • Most protesters probably had no gear. They only had umbrellas as weapons.

  • But as you can see here the guys in the white shirts held iron bars...

  • ...and wooden sticks, et cetera. Fatal weapons.

  • The anger, the fear, the confusion...

  • Every time I go out, every time things happen...

  • ...those emotions are amplified. I feel more and more negative emotions.

  • We need solutions so I can live peacefully in Hong Kong.

  • But what is the solution? Asking the government to act.

  • Why is the tram bouncing?

  • It's like bounce, bounce.

  • Look at that graffiti. So cool.

  • They must have climbed up there. - I want to paint graffiti as well.

  • I forgot to buy spray cans. Are we going to buy some?

  • Not everybody is on the frontlines.

  • Some stay at home and write reports on the Web.

  • Others join the school strikes.

  • Only a few of us join 'the brave fighters'.

  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • Of course we need the youth.

  • It is very brave of them to confront the violence...

  • ...to be at the frontline and to suffer all those blows.

  • That may be a bit too much of an ask...

  • ...for people who are over forty. Those people are not as brave.

  • Fact is we now have a group of highly motivated people...

  • ...who will never give up. It is all or nothing.

  • When the young people took to the streets the effect was unparalleled.

  • Our fight...

  • ...is more than a fight against the government of small city.

  • Everything is connected.

  • Possibly in every country, everywhere.

  • You are confronted with it when a central power oppresses or attacks you.

  • What most civilians want...

  • The government should really have a softer approach. At the moment...

  • ...their approach is very antagonistic. That is why we had to resort to violence.

  • I still have the feeling...

  • ...we are shoulder to shoulder with the 'brave fighters'.

  • We are still side-by-side.

  • As we develop further...

  • ...China will stay true to the principles of peaceful reunification...

  • ...'one country, two systems'...

  • ...and ensuring wealth and stability in Hong Kong and Macau.

  • The China I know is a beautiful country.

  • It has a 5000-year-old culture, magnificent architecture...

  • ...and every region has its own customs. It is great.

  • But that I love the country does not mean...

  • ...that I condone the government's iron grip on everything. Deep down I hope...

  • ...that my country will return to its beautiful side...

  • ...leaving behind the Communist Party.

  • I have family members who like to go to the mainland for massages.

  • Others like to shop there, to buy stuff.

  • I would not even do that once...

  • ...because I reject China. My impression of China is not positive.

  • The unity of the nation, its security, its prosperity...

  • ...and world peace...

  • They grow up in a really different culture. Hong Kong wants democracy, freedom...

  • ...but the Chinese are primarily concerned with food and housing.

  • Five demands. - All or nothing.

  • Retake Hong Kong. - Revolution now.

  • Fight for freedom. - Support Hong Kong.

  • I got the idea society had become dangerous.

  • That is why I decided to begin teaching self-defence classes.

  • You have to realise that that person wants to hurt you.

  • So, you have to be prepared to do everything you have in you.

  • It is you or that person. Do whatever you can.

  • China wants to annex Hong Kong, and so the mainland is the enemy.

  • As far as I can see...

  • ...the Chinese government's strategy concerning us is changing.

  • But the Chinese government and Hong Kong have a stalemate.

  • It seems like they are taking each other's measure.

  • There is some sort of power play going on.

  • Like in chess: always thinking about the next move.

  • There seems to be no ending.

  • There is no power...

  • ...that can shake the position of our great nation.

  • Chinese border with Hong Kong

  • If Hong Kong were to lose...

  • ...I, because I am still young, might still have the strength...

  • ...to make a completely new start.

  • Hong Kong is like a cockroach, I think: Indestructible.

  • We can start anew. We can handle anything.

  • As long as we persevere, there is hope.

  • tears shed because of fear for this country

  • the anger smothers the fear and makes us stronger

  • stand up and say it loud let it resound:

  • freedom is near

  • whatever fear remains confidence is strong

  • never give up

  • blood, sweat and tears we march on

  • for this great and free Hong Kong

Five demands. - All or nothing.

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    mikeph.chui に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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