Localism Camp Crashed Pro-Beijing Rally

Alpais Lam Wai-sze (林慧思), an award-wining teacher from Pui Ling School of the Precious Blood, has became the target of pro-Beijing camp after shouting obscenity in an argument with police over the unfair treatment of Falun Gong. Two pro-Beijing organisations, Parent’s Association of Hong Kong (香港家長聯會) and Hong Kong actions (香港行動), held a rally condemning Lam at Mong Kok Sai Yeung Choi Street on August 4th.

Localism camp urged netizens to crash the rally while pan-democrats turned a blind eye to it. Right before the announcement of the rally on July 31st, banners urging Lam’s dismissal were hung on street railings near her school, and funeral wreaths in her names were placed nearby. The Cultural Revolution style harassment pushed more netizens to crash the rally.

The Stage of the Pro-Bejing Rally

Support the Police Force to enforce the law rigorously. Keep vulgar culture away from school.

Defend the soul of Hong Kong children. Extremism enters school. Reject all kinds of vulgarities and defend Hong Kong core value. [Rule of law]

Before the pro-Beijing organisers appeared, localism camp waved British Hong Kong, Taiwanese, and Tibetan flags on the stage and chanted “overthrow the Communist Party”.

Yelling What the Fuck 

Localism camp chanted “what the fuck, the phrase that got Lam in trouble.

The Appearance Gong An

A netizen spotted a man wearing Gong An’s badge in the crowd.

Surround the plainclothes police who beat Lam’s supporter

After hearing the news that a suspected plainclothes police beat a protester, other protesters demanded to arrest the police. During the chaos, protesters chanted “support Royal Hong Kong Police Force”, which was used during British rule. 


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