We looked inside some of the tweets by @MoneyTalkR3 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Riding a motorcycle with a black flag and refusing to stop is NOT “terrorism”. This is simply misuse of the term for political repression by Hong Kong and Central People’s Governments. https://t.co/dC7CVjxyrC
This from a former HK Police ofﬁcer who worked in Special Branch engaged in counter-terrorism intelligence: https://t.co/877821uf4x
Teresa Cheng says it's now clear what's legal and what's not, as she warned people not to test the new national security law by using 'those eight words'. https://t.co/jdlJn0nRxp
In a sign of just how much free speech has been eroded in #HongKong the government is (wrongly) trying to tell us which words we can say and not say in public. The #NationalSecurityLaw doesn't just prohibit conduct but also the use of certain words and phrases apparently. https://t.co/UXoRDUQEuk
A woman has been fined HK$5,000 after police caught her carrying paint last November. The magistrate said the 22-year-old must have been up to no good with it, as she didn't have a brush with her. https://t.co/n3rk0VwxNY
Utterly unbelievable. This is the state of the law in #HongKong. You can now be prosecuted for carrying a can of paint down the street. If you do best to make sure you also have a paint brush with you, otherwise you are apparently up to no good. https://t.co/fXgrWqPgNv
#China's Caixin Services PMI rose to 58.4 in June, the highest level since May 2010. It beat economists' forecasts of 53.2 and May's reading of 55.
As the bill targeting Chinese officials, the #HongKong police and banks that do business with them was passed unanimously, this means that every single member of the #US Congress has potentially breached #NationalSecurityLaw & faces arrest and prosecution if they come to HK. https://t.co/wwBSYBtz23
“Appointments of judges ... are made by the Chief Executive on the recommendation of the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission, which is chaired by the Chief Justice. This has always been the position in Hong Kong,” says Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma https://t.co/modnpOQM05
It’s all well and good for the Chief Justice to say that but judges who hear #NationalSecurityLaw cases are appointed by the CE who is overseen by Beijing. China will have the final say on which judges can hear these cases. And the final interpretation of the law lies with #China https://t.co/0Fl2AYi0Zx
The Chinese Embassy in the UK says Britain had promised that it will not confer the right of abode to #HongKong's BNO passport holders, and it will breach its pledge, international law and basic norms on international relations, if it changes the policy https://t.co/rZE5v4BjbN
Article in today's FT says "Hong Kongers look to the exits as China imposes security law." “Tina Cheng at Midland Immigration Consultancy said the agency received 800 inquiries in May, double the one-month peak of 400 during 2019." https://t.co/gHziebZGBi
BREAKING: UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says the UK has concluded that the #HongKong national security law constitutes a clear and serious violation of the Joint Declaration. The UK will now move forward with plans to grant visas to 3 million BNO passport holders.
A journalist filming in Wanchai was brutally shot in the head by water cannon in rather close range. The impact was so strong he dropped to the ground immediately, hitting his head onto the pavement. #PoliceBrutality https://t.co/kUQc0uHDiU
If this happened in the US or elsewhere in the world, the officers involved would be suspended and possibly charged and the police chief would be offering his resignation. No chance of that happening in #HongKong where the police are accountable to no one except the CCP. https://t.co/yjGn7JonIv