Meet Legislator Roy Kwong, The God Of Hong Kong Protests | TIME

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  • Meet 36-year-old Hong Kong legislator Roy Kwong, who frequently appeared on the front lines between protesters and police during protests in Hong Kong. His dedication earned him the nickname "God Kwong."
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Comments • 97

  • R L
    R L 28 days ago

    The fake news in every where. Blackhand behind violent protesters

  • Alex Wongalong reformed

    I just want world peace

  • omn don
    omn don 28 days ago +2

    This had fck all to do with China. Failure of local govt to alleviate/address poverty including skyrocketing housing costs when the local govt is in cahoots with real estate developers to
    maximize profits is the main issue. But you wouldn't know it from MSM reporting.

  • Jason Yip
    Jason Yip 29 days ago +2

    Where there are what students, students are busy with their homework, these are waste youth

    • Bernie Whomever
      Bernie Whomever 29 days ago

      Jason Yip yeah they should be servants of the state lol 😝

  • mo pang
    mo pang 29 days ago +1

    just a dog, 日你先人

  • l u n a r a h h
    l u n a r a h h Month ago +2

    Emily Sophia should stop lmfao.
    What’s the use of spamming the comments.

  • evolor
    evolor Month ago +2

    Lol @ Emily Sophia
    Why spam the comment section? What's your purpose here? And how much were you paid?

  • Saihim Yuan
    Saihim Yuan Month ago

    Add oil is so fuuny

  • Sir Loxley Mendoza
    Sir Loxley Mendoza Month ago

    How did Kwong get splinters in his lips? Confused Chap stick with Chop Stick
    Why is Chinese dental insurance only a dollar? They all have buck teeth
    What do HK protesters do when arrested? Play the Rice card

  • dangsonful
    dangsonful Month ago

    Most of the things this guy is saying are derived from inherent natures of capitalism, where unregulated free market dictates prices of real estates and living. Its really not China or communisum to blame. If you let everyone in the world buy your stuffs, price will naturally go up! Supply and demand 101, you numb nut. This guy is no god. His reasoning to protest is based on false assumptions and accusations. As a legislator, you should know better to amend better policies for the people than to provoke students protests to destabilize the economy.

  • Eric Jing
    Eric Jing Month ago +4

    Title should be: Meet LEgislator Roy Kwong, The God of Violence

    • l u n a r a h h
      l u n a r a h h Month ago

      Eric Jing Well if you aren’t gonna listen, we might as well make you listen physically.

  • Sammy Woo
    Sammy Woo Month ago

    China is clumpsy. Singapore is not a democracy yet its population has no ground to complaint. U.S. is said to be a democracy but its lawmakers are the best money can buy.

  • Thelsnyc S
    Thelsnyc S Month ago

    That Roy Kwong acted like he is an angel in this situation . Dude you are a piece of shit.

  • 黄睿昆
    黄睿昆 Month ago +1

    haha!! the young hongkong loser blame all this to the CCP. well done! keep doing it and ruin the whole city!!

  • Agnes Lam
    Agnes Lam Month ago

    Roy, are you represent US or England after this where you going to go for 政治保護呢?wherever you said such as BS. But you pretty smart using HK innocent kid life exchange your comfortable and rich for your entire future

  • ram lee
    ram lee Month ago

    Make use of the abundance Sea Water

  • lentostinato
    lentostinato Month ago +2

    He's a white-washed-wanna-be who's also seeking political asylum from America so he can wash dishes in NYC Chinatown

  • Gamingsites
    Gamingsites Month ago +9

    Lol u know these protests r funded by a third party.... look how organized it is

  • Clouds Cosmos
    Clouds Cosmos Month ago

    He is so smart!Let him become President of USA! And he will gave you money, so you dont need to go work, but just walking on street! He is a talent! lol

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      cool. ship trump to u. ok?

  • david bates
    david bates Month ago

    HE IS AN IMBECILIC MORON.

  • Nathaniel He
    Nathaniel He Month ago

    Ok, For these people who said Hong Kong is not part of China. I could like to update your commonsense HK is part of China since July 1,1997. References @t
    Therefore for these Hongkongese who always think they are part of the UK. I have to say that "Britain ran HK for 155 years and there was NO democracy, NO right to vote for all HK citizens. British imposed every law and Official on HK WITHOUT asking anyone in HK. What the Queen and the UK parliament wanted was the law. ONLY after the handover in 1997 with Chinese rule looming, then it became essential that HK was democratic in western style fashion", So British not even treat you as they are own land,furthermore let's be realistic Hongkongese If China shut off all the life support to you, do you think that your American or British daddy will offer you everything you need? In addition, how could you develop your own economic without support from China?
    The "" part is from Emily Sophia That is exactly what I wanna say
    To be Clarify my comments I am NOT a member from CCP
    I am just a Chinese student who study in Western Sydney University

    • Nathaniel He
      Nathaniel He 29 days ago +2

      @HH I am sorry I do not really understand what you try to say,but I am GAY so I am not interested with female and I am taken.

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      sophia is single needs a bf n u just the man. sorry dude, there aint now law, only the peoples will

  • Little Moutha
    Little Moutha Month ago

    Little communist cuba won reparation suit of 300 billion us dollars against militarist neoimperial us for war crimes, economic sanctions starved many childrens... trying to instilled a corrupted crooked idealogy called democracy that causing choas among populace... 179 countries supported cuba vs usa, isreal and small nation island forgot name
    India is preparing to file number suits against british for war crimes, and instilled dysfunctional idealogy called democracy that causing choas, the division, stolen resources, assets... british did not much for indians and still 97% of populace still living in poverty.

  • Media Twilight
    Media Twilight Month ago

    Not caring about politic but when will carrie lam come and say the bill withdraw??
    Condemning doesn't mean anything.

  • Emilio Torres
    Emilio Torres Month ago +3

    Dude, this "emily sophia" on the comments is so obviously a chinese agent or some sort of propagandist

  • Dennis Mok
    Dennis Mok Month ago +4

    'Emily Sophia' is an AI.

  • Svengali Yu
    Svengali Yu Month ago

    Never heard of him

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      u have now

  • khoo boo beng
    khoo boo beng Month ago

    It is a frightening protest. No more a peaceful protest. Also learn from your video. So many people like rats trap in a small box. The legislative council is very divided and irresponsible. Create and fuel the protesters into a fiery pit. Why? Poor quality legislature council members doing a job of a professional legislature council members. Cannot handles the actual problems in HK. most significantly the housing problem. A diversion is created through street demonstration pointing responsibility lies solely onto Beijing?. If you don't like what you are doing just leave. Any govt must be peaceful and stable in order to help its people. HK does have as such. Joining the street protesters against the government is evil and not godly. He is suppose to help in the running of the govt. But instead he is running the streets against the govt. This fellow must be a joker? A govt official? A sad case for the governing of the day trying to blame each other but cannot see their own weakness.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +5

    What are HK protesting about? It’s an Extradition bill where criminals are to be extradited.
    It is also made so that criminals cannot escape the loophole.
    Do HK trying to say they have every right to harbour criminals whether they’re Chinese or Canadians? The proposal extradition is just a law. There are many provisions in the law that safeguard it from being used by mainland China. The law does not allow extradition for political reasons and the law clearly states the types of crimes that can be subjected to extradition. The final decision on whether to extradite also lies with the courts, not the legislative council.

    • Emilio Torres
      Emilio Torres Month ago +1

      CHINA WILL SAY ANYONE IS A CRIMINAL AND TAKE THEM BACK TO MAINLAND CHINA, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, WHEN NO ONE IS LOOKING. DISSAPEAR. YOU SICKEN ME.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago

    YES, there is freedom of religion and speech in China as long as you’re not breaking the law.
    There are many churches and over 39000 mosques in China. Islam has been practiced in China for 1,400 years.
    Anyone committed crimes in China will be treated exactly the same law with China legal system. It does not matter whether they’re Chinese or Canadians. If you have never been to China, I’d encourage you to do so and have look for yourself. It’s not what the western media say in the news.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +19

    The activists claimed China could forcefully detain any (innocent) person without legal due process. If that’s the case, China didn’t need to wait for the bill to pass - they’d do it any time.
    According to the activist’s interpretation of the extradition bill, this could apply to any law in the world that may open doors to abuse or error leading to arrest of any (innocent) person.

    • Emily Sophia
      Emily Sophia 29 days ago

      @Jada Li The extradition bill has been criticized by Western governments. But it's ok for Canada to extradite (non Canadians, innocent Huawei’s CEO) to America, but China can't even extradite its own citizen from one region to another. Isn't this hypocrisy? Why don’t they protest against the same extradition laws between HK and the US.

    • Nathaniel He
      Nathaniel He 29 days ago

      @Damn Fiddle Well It doesn't matter what is the name but it is the matter about the truth.

    • Damn Fiddle
      Damn Fiddle Month ago

      @Jada Li Yes, where as the United States blacklist a lot of anti-patriotic individuals, china straight up detains people.

    • Damn Fiddle
      Damn Fiddle Month ago +4

      @Emily Sophia You literally spam posted 22 comments on this video explaining why Hong Kong citizens are being manipulated by the West to oppose China, and that China embraces freedom exposing your hypocrisy that TVclip and other forms of freedom of speech and social media are banned in China. You have two subscribers, no user picture, and the most generic English name you could think of, if that doesn't scream a bot then I don't know what does. You are correct about the cruelty and injustice that the British have conducted, its the same with all imperialist nations, but guess what? China is just as bad, whether its their heavy monitoring of internet and freedoms, or the ignorance of violence against activism such as the ignoring of the Tiananmen Massacre. These people are fighting to define their nation as their own, whether there is peace or not in the way they do it, China still has blood on their own hands.

    • Jada Li
      Jada Li Month ago

      Ok correct me if I'm wrong cause I'm not an expert in this, but doesnt China already do that because they did forcefully detain some bookseller who were selling books that were ban for criticized Beijing (I think) and didn't give them due process even though those book sellers were in Hong Kong selling or distributing those book ( and in Hong Kong they were legally allowed to sell or distribute them).
      Can someone with more info on the situation tell me if this is correct?

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +5

    It’s a shameless hypocrisy about US interfering in elections or national affairs of many countries in the world.
    Our US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced publicly that the US will do everything possible to make sure that Jeremy Corbyn does not become the UK's next prime minister. Steve Bannon’s close connections to US government and he’s actively interfering in elections or national affairs of many countries in the world.
    For the last 100 years until today US has been interfering in elections or national affairs of many countries in the world.

    • Lord Azreal Lais
      Lord Azreal Lais Month ago +1

      The US does not care, there are too many humans in the world. The US only wants to use humans as cattle labour for the war industry and for their own purposes

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +7

    The media didn’t mention million of people are moving from Hong Kong, Taiwan or western countries to China to find jobs, especially young graduates. For these people, China doesn't seem to be the one to take their "freedom" away.
    Many foreigners are working in China and so far, not many of them started rushing for the exit doors.
    Democracy is alive and strong in HK otherwise Hongkongers wouldn't be able to protest at the expense of other people commuting to work. Why don’t they try to do that in America or in Saudi Arabia? They’ll get a real taste of the US Police Brutality…

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    The US and the British STOLE HK from China during the opium war in 1842. British imposed OPIUM on the Chinese population essentially drugging an ENTIRE nation including CHILDREN for PROFIT. The protest DOESN’T come from the HK people. 37,000 NGOs, the political parties, the media and the universities are all funded from the WEST to instigate riots for no other purpose than to poke China in the eye. The Key of the problem is where are the protests coming from and what are the demands that they're raising it's all against CHINA and not against the BANKS that run HK.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +4

    HK should press the Chinese government for more rapid integration into China's own plans.
    HK needs to think of itself MORE than just being part from China.
    But HK’s mentality is we're different, we're not Chinese. Of course, for 155 years, HK never learned anything about China. They speak Cantonese but they didn't know anything really about China. Their lines of vision were all to WEST and never to China.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    The Chinese government needs to BREAK the situation in HK to allow HK to go forward. China needs to change those two situations to have a DIFFERENT sort of administration and to have a DIFFERENT kind of economy which is more open. Compare the FORTUNES of HK with Shenzhen, China. Deng Xiaoping, former Chinese president deliberately suggested the IDEA of Shenzhen, China just over the border a little fishing port so it was close to HK and could model itself and learn some of HK's lessons. Now compare the situation of HK today with where Shenzhen, China today.
    Shenzhen, China has absolutely ELECTRIFYING progress. It’s the TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE of China, it’s the SECOND only to Silicon Valley in it’s technical competence and innovation.
    And HK? It has made ZERO progress in this direction.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    One country two systems were a brilliant solution to the create a more unified country.
    After the handover, HK didn’t change much and it just carried on in the old form of government.
    But there were two big problems. HK is a colonial government. It's a kind of executive. There's no political sense of direction set by a colonial administration because all decisions were made in England in those days.
    The second problem is HK is a colonial economy. It’s not a competitive economy, it's a monopolistic economy. It preferred or empowered the tycoons and the BANKS to run HK to divide up their profits between themselves in the field of property where most of the money was made.

    • Emilio Torres
      Emilio Torres Month ago

      YOU CLAIM TO KNOW NOTHING, BUT AT THE SAME TIME, YOU TALK AS IF YOU DO KNOW: YOU ARE CHINESE, ARENT U?

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +16

    It’s British hypocrisy, Britain ran HK for 155 years and there was NO democracy, NO right to vote for all HK citizens. British imposed every law and Official on HK WITHOUT asking anyone in HK. What the Queen and the UK parliament wanted was the law. ONLY after the handover in 1997 with Chinese rule looming, then it became essential that HK was democratic in western style fashion.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +2

    HK done well between 1970 and 1997, it was HK got LUCKY and because of CHINA and the role that CHINA was performing. And it WASN’T that HK were very smart, free or with the British.

    • chly coh
      chly coh Month ago

      @HH She is right. HK was lucky cuz of American led sanctions on China due to Korean war. HK became middleman between China and the rest of the world. So HK enriched and Britain made them pay tax which then transferred to london

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      wow. u so smart. how u so smart?

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    Activists claimed China could forcefully detain any (innocent) person without legal due process.
    Canada extradited a NON-Canadian, innocent Huawei’s CEO to the US. Now, the US told Canada, they’d help Canada not seeking to extradite Huawei’s CEO if the trade war goes well with China. Isn’t foreign forces instigate the riot for no other purpose than to poke China in the eye? The proposed extradition law is NO DIFFERENT than the ones between the US and all of its Five Eyes.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +4

    HK had NO democracy under British rule at all. NO right to vote for all HK citizens. British imposed EVERY LAW and Official on HK WITHOUT asking anyone in HK. What the Queen and the UK parliament wanted was the law. With only 3% of the HK population, the WHITE British had all the high positions in HK.
    The agreement during the handover was "NO interference in 50 years". The extradition bill’s brought up by the HK police after a HK man took his pregnant girlfriend to Taiwan and KILLED her there before ran back to HK. WITHOUT the extradition bill, the murder will let go FREE. The extradition bill is not aimed at "to China" only. Only the MEDIA tries to brainwash HK thinking it is all about "to China".

    • castle Frank
      castle Frank 29 days ago

      Emily Sophia you are the first one telling people who did not know about HK. You know what these protesters think they are superior than mainland people because they were colonized by Britain. Such a funny story isn’t it .

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +3

    Those activists in this unlawful breaking in and occupation of the government building would have been labeled as rioters and be treated as such had HK still been under the British rule.

    • Emily Sophia
      Emily Sophia Month ago

      @Emilio Torres Just because someone does NOT agree with you, then they must be a communist or siding with China? You are a close-minded person.

    • Emilio Torres
      Emilio Torres Month ago +1

      ARE YOU A CHINESE EMPLOYEE?

    • Ojay Is Ojay
      Ojay Is Ojay Month ago

      Strawman and insipid hypothetical.

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +11

    British and the Western politicians and journalists BLAME China for HK’s protests.
    HK had NO democracy under British rule at all. NO right to vote for all HK citizens. British imposed EVERY LAW and Official on HK WITHOUT asking anyone in HK. What the Queen and the UK parliament wanted was the law. With only 3% of the HK population, the WHITE British had all the high positions in HK.
    British claimed the agreement’s to protect the freedom of the people in HK. But in fact it’s "NO interference in 50 years". The agreement DIDN’T include voting rights, they DIDN’T include anything about democracy. BUT what they did protect was PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS.

    • Nathaniel He
      Nathaniel He 25 days ago

      @Lolllz Hehe And me

    • Lolllz Hehe
      Lolllz Hehe 27 days ago

      Bish all i see in the comment section is literally YOU

    • Nathaniel He
      Nathaniel He 29 days ago +1

      @HH Take out your hypocrite products that made in China and keep everything made in HK

    • Sir Loxley Mendoza
      Sir Loxley Mendoza Month ago

      UK been gone for decades .. Stop playing the Rice card

    • fat loser 69
      fat loser 69 Month ago +1

      @HH has he become your enemy by telling you the truth

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +8

    Freedom and Democracy is ALIVE and STRONG in HK. Otherwise, HK wouldn't be able to protest at the expense of other law-abiding citizens commuting to work or to school. If this violent riot happens in London or Washington, they’ll get REAL bullets. NO ONE has the right to break into other's house and smash all the personal things and leaving by saying “I don't like you”.

    • l u n a r a h h
      l u n a r a h h Month ago

      Emily Sophia Yes they do.
      It’s a crime but it’s also a fucking crime to take away Hong Kong’s right to speak.

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      yes they do. its called war. never heard of it before?

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    British and Western politicians and journalists talking about HUMAN RIGHTS. Really? Will there be a day Britain and the West APOLOGISE for the various genocides (the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular nation or ethnic group) that the British Empire and the West committed?
    Just to name a few examples, the British KILLING the Native Americans (US), the Aborigines (Australia), the Irish (Ireland), the WAR CRIMES done by the US, GERMANY, JAPAN during the WW2 and STILL committing now. But the British and Western politicians and journalists are STILL lecturing the world about HUMAN RIGHTS when the WEST has committed some of the most terrible KILLING in history.

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      how much u get paid per hour by uncle xi to post this garbage

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +3

    Britain bans sales of TEAR GAS to HK after violence at protests. But Britain and other western countries continue to sell billion worth of WEAPONS to countries at war including Yemen. The British Colonial Government immediately disband the Special Branch of the HK Police after 150 years just before the handover in 1997. They were guilty of WORST crimes against the HK people. Isn’t it a British hypocrisy at its highest level?

  • Himanshu Bhatt
    Himanshu Bhatt Month ago +2

    Just give independence to Hong Kong, Tibet, and Uyghurstan.
    🇭🇰 | 🇺🇹 | 🇹🇧

    • Himanshu Bhatt
      Himanshu Bhatt Month ago

      @B L Kashmir and Khalistan are already free. They have ever democratic right.
      You just proved yourself to be a moron.

    • Little Moutha
      Little Moutha Month ago

      India is preparing to sue british for war crimes, and instilled corrrupted crooked idealogy called democracy that causes choas....

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago

    If the extradition bill passed, it’d SHUTDOWN CIA's and the British's Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) network from China's territory including HK and Taiwan. That’d be another BIG BLOW to US and British spy activities against China. Sorry for those law-abiding people in HK who didn’t protest against the bill but have to suffer.

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      commie go home

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago

    Why aren’t people reading about “On 9 July, about 500 students and teachers from 17 Hong Kong high schools have spent the last several days in Shanghai, China as part of the 70th anniversary Youth exchange program to deepen understanding and friendship between young people of the two cities”? Is it because in the eyes of Western media, this would give CREDIT to China? China’s TAKING people’s “freedom” AWAY or KILLING the world economy - Now that’s NEWS!

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      that aint friendship btch its brain washing. wake the f up

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +6

    HK are walking on thin ice, these FOREIGN FUNDED protests will have an extremely NEGATIVE impact on the HK’s economy. HK used to be a great place. The younger generation didn't do MUCH for HK, the people who work hard to build HK didn't complain about anything. HK has NO future with these young people and China’d look for replacement with HK.

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      eat me

  • Emily Sophia
    Emily Sophia Month ago +1

    Now the protestors target “Chinese traders”. Isn’t it MISLEADING and make you believe Chinese from Mainland cross the HK border and hoard goods? NO, it’s the people from HK taking goods TO the Mainland China. The fact is Chinese from Mainland are only allowed to enter into HK once a week whereas People from HK can cross as many times per day as they want. They had this fight years ago and it resulted in the limits on Mainland people going into HK. HK retired folks doing this business on a daily basis to add to their retirement income. Now, putting a RESTRICTION on the number of times HK residents can travel to Chinese that’d cause an OUTCRY restricting the rights of HK people to travel freely.

  • NeoGeoSNK
    NeoGeoSNK Month ago +4

    Pretty much the entire western media and CIA are helping three young thugs

    • Sir Loxley Mendoza
      Sir Loxley Mendoza Month ago

      Nah persons of color can F up their countries without any help...….

    • Sir Loxley Mendoza
      Sir Loxley Mendoza Month ago

      One hung low I think lol @HH

    • HH
      HH Month ago

      so what province u from?

  • Marvin Gershowitz
    Marvin Gershowitz Month ago +1

    that made me cry... - m.

  • Nancy Liu
    Nancy Liu Month ago

    一群废情还自己为是!

  • XxheatherxX
    XxheatherxX Month ago +2

    China will make him "disappear " just like the owners of that bookstore that carried books that criticized China..with the truth. Hong Kong will disappear..it will still be there, but it will change. I wonder if there will be a remembrance of the ppl who got murdered in Tietmeen( sorry for my bad spelling) that Hong Kong does every year.

    • Rober Goodguy
      Rober Goodguy Month ago +1

      @莫斯科 lol use a VPN and do real research, cus your news is just praising the CCP as they force organ harvest you dumbass. Read news from across your border, your bullshit statement supports the idea that you are just willing to suck the big dick for that sweet sweet 50 cents

    • 莫斯科
      莫斯科 Month ago +3

      @XxheatherxX Misspelling the word(and you know you have misspelled it before you comment) reflects that you only receive the information from the news and Wikipedia. I am Chinese and have done research on the details of the bookseller, Tiananmen Square. If you want to know China, learn Chinese.

    • XxheatherxX
      XxheatherxX Month ago +2

      @莫斯科 Research? I don't think that the misspelling of a word knocks out the truth of my comment. I notice you didn't say one word about the truth I stated. Name calling or concentrating on a misspelled word is a very weak way to respond. Have a good evening!

    • 莫斯科
      莫斯科 Month ago +3

      Tiananmen. You know nothing of China and even don't spend a little effort to do research before you comment.