We looked inside some of the tweets by @JasonGao23 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
US media and politicians go hysterical screaming about Huawei’s links to the Chinese government. Meanwhile, in the US, more than 100,000 private corporations make $600 billion from contracts with the US government. Double standards and hypocrisy... #China #ZTE #HikVision https://t.co/9rnOtEmJXR
It’s so tired of piling the evidences that US medias are state propaganda machines. https://t.co/cBPK7OFdcq
1/5 #Hongkong Does anyone believe that China had any option other than to introduce national security legislation? Would any Western country tolerate months of violence and destruction in one of its major cities? The fact is that the West would have done the same.
@JasonGao23 @guardian I’m not trying to justify British imperialism here. But the only reason the Chinese imposed a ban on the opium trade was because it was of no use to them. Opium addiction was too expensive to deal with. So it’s not like the Emperor actually cared for the welfare of his people.
Look at this kind of brainless view, I have nothing to say. https://t.co/Smd9lIQzNK
@JasonGao23 @guardian They’ve already banned pro-independence flags + Honkongers are no longer allowed to badmouth the Chinese anthem. The CPC’s already apprising its lapdogs (e.g. Zheng Yanxiong) to oversee the situation there. This a clear violation of HK’s rights.
Another stupid tweet I saw today. https://t.co/YYmA1d1bmZ
@JasonGao23 @guardian How do you know that I don’t know anything about Hong Kong History? I know that Hong Kong’s Democratic tradition is reaches back to the 1840s (the Opium Wars + British occupation). Following the handover in 1997, China’s down everything within her power to stifle this tradition.
It is astonishing to see there is somebody in the world really want to be colonized. What a parallel world I live in. https://t.co/VhXzg0Dak9
Hey Hong Kong “freedom fighters”, your master's very best demonstration of the democracy you have been longing for. Enjoy the view now? https://t.co/qrupQ6fF9q
Friendly reminder that 6 months ago Nathan Law founded a lobby group in Washington, DC with the National Endowment for Democracy. In their own words, they aim to "to preserve the US’s own political and economic interests in Hong Kong". Read more here: https://t.co/WWCjEOxmMr https://t.co/0ZHQ7L12hk
Russia gate hysteria dominates US politics for 4 years, citing the intervention of Russia's role played in the US domestic matters. US brazenly put its weight in China's affairs for decades, there is no problem at all. https://t.co/wsvn8pTSse