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WATCH: Hong Kong Protestors Storm Legislative Building Over Extradition Bill to Mainland China

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Tensions are boiling over in Hong Kong as protestors storm the Legislative Council building on the anniversary of the former British ruled state handover to the People’s Republic of China.

Today’s protests demonstrate that the people of Hong Kong will not sit idly by and watch their homeland be handed over to the totalitarian state of China.

Protestors swarmed the facility and began vandalizing walls, facades, meetings rooms and various parts of the building. These extreme actions are directed at the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation championed by Hong Kong City Executive Carrie Lam.

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This bill would create a pipeline for mainland China to extradite alleged criminals for crimes violating the state party’s totalitarian laws creating de facto rule for the economic and geopolitical giant.

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The residents of Hong Kong are fed up with their government’s concessions to the mainland and have been protesting with millions in the street, but on the 22nd anniversary of Britain handing the reigns of their country to communists in Beijing.

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Big League Politics‘ Jose Nino reported:

This bill, the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019, which was introduced on February 2019, would have made it easier to transfer fugitives to Mainland China and subject them to Chinese law.

Many of the demonstrators worried about the increased risk of Hong Kong citizens and foreign nationals passing through the city being shipped off to mainland China, where they would stand trial in Chinese courts.

Some analysts such as Agnes Chow argued that if this bill were to pass, Hong Kong “will be over.”

Lam actually yielded to the pressure and has suspended the extradition bill indefinitely. However, there is reason to believe that this bill will be making a comeback in the near feature. There is tremendous pressure from China to ram this bill through, which could put Hong Kong independence in jeopardy.

Despite Lam’s concession on Saturday, June 15, 2019, protestors continued to come out in force. On Sunday, 2 million people marched in protest demanding that Lam resign for introducing such a bill.

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Grupo Modelo Suspends Production of Corona Beer Amid CCP Virus Outbreak in Mexico

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The Epoch Times reported that Grupo Model, which makes and exports Corona beer, will be suspending its operations after the Mexican government declared that their breweries were non-essential.

The company updated its followers in a news release on Twitter earlier this week and said it will be 100 percent committed to containing the spread of the Wuhan Virus.

“Grupo Modelo announces that this Sunday it will complete the process of suspending its production and marketing operations for beer,” Grupo Modelo wrote  in its press release, according to a translation. The company said it came to an agreement with the Mexican government to take “extraordinary actions to attend to the health emergency generated.”

“In the event that the federal government considers it opportune to issue a guarantee confirming beer as an [essential] agro-industrial product, at Grupo Modelo we are ready to execute a plan with more than 75 percent of our staff working from home and at the same time guaranteeing the supply of beer,” the statement added.

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The Mexican government declared a health emergency and ordered the closure of all nonessential businesses. The number of Wuhan Virus cases reached 1,500 as of Friday, April 3, 2020. Fifty deaths have been reported so far.

Food production and agriculture in Mexico are deemed essential activities.

Brewing titan Anheuser Busch InBev is Grupo Modelo’s parent company.

Since the outbreak of the Wuhan Virus , Corona beer has been the center of ridicule on the Internet. Some speculated that the company’s beer sales plummeted by a considerable amount since the beginning of the outbreak.

However, the company dispelled these rumors and said sales have remained strong during the pandemic.

All eyes will be on Mexico in the next few months.

A prolonged global economic crisis could potentially send Mexico’s dysfunction up north to the U.S. That means armed cartels and other corrosive elements of Mexican society could be overflowing our borders if the U.S. government doesn’t get its act together.

In such a time of economic and political uncertainty, the U.S. should be serious about closing its border.

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