The CCP has continued its use of military tactics against protesters in a new form. According to the CCP mouthpiece, SCMP, the CCP has frozen assets worth 70 million HKD that were being used by frontline protesters. As usual, a reported four additional arrests were made. We are certain that all associates are placed on a special list maintained by the CCP and its dystopian secret police system. In the military sense, this is when the army cuts off the enemies’ supply lines. This has been a staple of military tactics for thousands of years.
Just as the CCP encircled the college campus at PolyU just a few weeks ago — they’re looking at different ways to employ the same strategies to reduce the fortitude of the Hong Kong people.
The source of the protests is simply a tyrannical government trying to overstep its bounds into the lives of otherwise private and law-abiding citizens.
The use of legitimate institutions, in this case, regulatory bodies overseeing anti-money laundering laws, indicates that the CCP deeply infiltrated the regulatory bodies of Hong Kong a long time ago.
These types of investigations typically take authorities a bit more time to complete due to things like ‘warrants’ and a supposed ‘presumption of innocence.’ Just as the local government was able to swiftly pass and enforce an anti-mask law nearly instantly, it proves deep control over legislative, judicial, and executive branches of government in Hong Kong, as well as their more legitimate adjacent institutions.