We looked inside some of the tweets by @PPPonGo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
China approves a contentious national security law that will allow authorities to crack down on subversive and secessionist activity in Hong Kong. The law has sparked fears that it will be used to curb opposition voices in the semi-autonomous territory. https://t.co/HLbB7C9x8u
Beijing's National Security Law blatantly encroaches on the liberties of the Hong Kong people & only serves to further undermine their independence. The US must remain ready to meet any abuse of human rights by Chinese officials w/ appropriate sanctions. #StandWithHongKong https://t.co/5NXsXWgRmv
Today, I spoke at a @HouseForeign hearing on China’s national security law in Hong Kong. The witnesses relayed that the people of Hong Kong need U.S. support. This subversion of freedoms for the people of Hong Kong is a travesty for freedom seeking people across the globe.
We’re all Hongkongers now. GB https://t.co/1HHmrlfr9j
@IoWBobSeely @KingsCollegeLon @lukedepulford @hk_watch The #ccp imposed national security law has stripped away the Separation of Powers; bypassing existing judiciary. Among recent ridiculous arrests, a guy was prosecuted for wearing a T-shirt printed with“Free HK”. Can we trust #HK is still a free trade city? https://t.co/QgWdCsb573
Delighted to join @KingsCollegeLon alumni @IoWBobSeely in calling for Hong Kong Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng's honour to be revoked. She has presided over the destruction of #HK's autonomy. This would be a small but symbolic gesture to show that KCL stands with Hong Kong. https://t.co/fbw2hkb9jT
It is concerning that @KingsCollegeLon are honouring HK Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng who was key in destroying HK’s autonomy. I stand with Hong Kongers to ask that this honour be revoked. #kcl #hongkong @lukedepulford @hk_watch https://t.co/9GiKQznngc