The Chinese government has begun moving troops across the Shenzhen Qianhai Guangshen Coastal Expressway Bridge into Hong Kong minutes ago, in a military operation to put down protests against the government of Beijing.

Hundreds of military trucks carrying soldiers and guns are moving at this hour across the Bridge into Hong Kong.

Enormous Columns of military trucks are entering the city:


The location of this massive troop movement is shown on the map below:

The protests have gone on for weeks as citizens of Hong Kong refused to accept a new law allowing them to be extradited to mainland China for "crimes" against the state.

Demonstrators numbered in the MILLIONS and authorities in Hong Kong and Beijing were aghast at the open defiance and public resistance.

They warned demonstrators to stop, but the protests continued.  Now, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is moving into the city to stop the protests by force.

This is a developing story, check back for updates. . . 


Army Columns have entered the city downtown:

Updates continue below Ad . . .



VIDEO from Downtown Hong Kong:


Covert Intel Sources are telling me these are Anti-Riot Shock Troops and that the protesters in Hong Kong are going to get their heads busted open by these troops.   Extreme force is already authorized; the government in Beijing seems to be going Full Mao.

 Additional updates to follow . . . check back


UPDATE 10:06 AM EDT --

Hong Kong is supposed to have self rule until 2047 under terms of transfer from Britain to China.  Looks like that agreement is being forcibly thrown away today . . .



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 UPDATE 11:46 AM EDT --

Hong Kong has fallen into violence amid the 10th straight week of protests, as police fire tear gas on thousands of demonstrators donning yellow helmets and black clothing. 

The protests were sparked by outrage over a controversial extradition bill which would have allowed suspects to be transferred to mainland China to face trial. In response, the government shelved the bill - however much like France's Yellow Vest movement, Hong Kong's demonstrators have expanded their cause into a general anti-government protest despite Beijing's dire warnings that a nearby military contingent will use deadlier measures to control the situation. 



Armored vehicles are now deploying from Shenzen toward Hong Kong.  Pics and story HERE


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    Paul Lambert · 8 months ago
    Hong Kong, albeit a special administrative region, is still under Chinese sovereignty. This makes the notion of "invasion" a little problematic by definition. What military force does Hong Kong have to try to repel the invasion? What authority could it possibly have?
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    Daniel Thompson · 8 months ago
    Hal, it's funny you mention about retaliating financially. Before you posted the covert portion, my first thought will we retaliate? We won't start off militarily, so we will tariff, stop trade, santction...etc to teach them a lesson. Here comes the global collapse.
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    William Raywalt · 8 months ago
    I've suspected from the very beginning that the US has its black hand in this. First of all, keeping the Chinese busy with the huge amount of internal conflict is the goal. If Pakistan is kept busy fighting India, that's another huge bonus. Add to that the pull out of American forces from Afghanistan, and you have perfect conditions for more internal conflict with the Taliban. Turkmenistan looks like it's nearly ready to collapse, and this might certainly spread to the surrounding former Soviet republics in that area. All of this makes Iran so much easier of a target. The only Nations to oppose a western invasion of Iran would be Russia and Turkey.
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    HJ Richards · 8 months ago
    Hong Kong,India, Pakistan ..................... all the mess the ahole British left the world ............. thanks morons
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      Paul Lambert · 8 months ago
      The mistake was leaving in the first place.
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      Allen Ramsay · 8 months ago
      Selective memory. Lest we forget who trained ISIS.
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    Lisa Bain · 8 months ago
    Everyone pay attention to what happens to the people of Hong Kong in the coming days, because it's what will be happening to us very soon, if we don't put up a fight. The one advantage we have that Hong Kong doesn't, is our 2nd Amendment. This is why they want our guns taken away so badly.
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    Jill Hart · 8 months ago
    How could they (the Hong Kong protestors) not know this was coming? Kind of like how can the people of the US not get that totalitarianism has already arrived here. If you think you are free just try going to an airport with a bottle of water to drink on your flight after you walk through the dog gauntlet expose your skin through the souls of your feet to God knows what and then submit to an xray. I even got pulled aside as the bomb squad was called on me for transporting almond flour that had sat on a counter cleaned with a bleach solution. And lest we forget, Lavoy Ficum was unarmed when he was gunned down by the fbi .So while the shock n awe continues in China consider it a small glimpse of what is coming to a city near you. While else do we have a police for that looks like an army?
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      Lisa Bain · 8 months ago
      Today, it's a left-wing Antifa nut hitting you in the head with a bike lock, but tomorrow it's going to be a UN blue helmet shooting you to death in your own home.
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        Matthew Worner · 8 months ago
        Yeah, but those blue helmets make such a LOVELY target...
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          BoldlyReady · 8 months ago
          Im with ya Matthew .....always had that thought .....tha easy target , and you can build robotics to I.D. the blue ....make it automatic...... Ooops , I didn't say that did I ..................eeeehh ,bring on tha blue, geeez , blue, doesn't sound somewhat familiar ..... ooooh ya demonrat.