How the triads and police were together on 3 Oct

The CY Leung regime called the triads in to attack peaceful protesters in Mongkok on 3 Oct, and police colluded with them, shirking their responsibility of protecting the safety of protesters.

The triad gangs set to work on 3 Oct:
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152276095032531

A woman recalled what she saw on 3 Oct. She was upset that many were injured and police did nothing. “Whether you are pro or against occupy-central, I don’t care. Using violence is simply not right.” She said. “The people were injured, and just ignored.”

If you have not read a previous post about another witness account of what happened , please click here.

A student asked help from police, who made no response:

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10154735670590157

Police hit the one taking this video with baton:
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152479379252872

A group of women was arranged to go to a police station and given blue ribbons inside the police station. Blue ribbon is the symbol of anti – occupy central movement.

If people want to understand why there is umbrella revolution in Hong Kong, look no further than this. In Hong Kong, even the police has lost its neutrality and credibility, being a political tool only, at the disposal of the government/Beijing. What is equally ugly is that CY Leung and Beijing called in the triads to silence the massive protests in Hong Kong, which however is nothing new in communist China’s history. Those familiar with the history would tell you that this tactic of asking the triads for help is often deployed by the communist regime to stir internal fight so that people fight against people, with the ultimate goal of smearing and elimination of the dissidents.

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