Hong Kong Intelligence Report #18 Conclusion of the Class Analysis on The 2019 Hong Kong protests

Updated: Jul 29

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PHOTO FILE: In memory of Ryota Nakanishi's influencer, respected author Mr. William Blum. Image: Wikipedia Composite © Ryota Nakanishi

Conclusion


After the thorough analysis of the 2019 Hong Kong protests, there is a conclusion below:

It’s about social hegemony of colonial interests thus their FREEDOM FIGHTERS, HONG KONGERS are destroying mainland China related capital and facilities at the cost of the class interests of the working class and students. Maybe you wonder why they target MTR Metro? Because MTR is a land owner, they want lands as many as possible after MTR gets forced to sell more lands cheaply. Those protests are actual economic tactics to get rid of Mainland China’s legitimacy and competitiveness in Hong Kong. There are some dramatic twists among those sponsors of riots due to their own political competitions for hegemony.


As the result, such as Yoshinoya (run by Mainland Chinese conglomerate, Hop Hing in Hong Kong; anti police Facebook post incident on July 10, 2019 and its CEO's solution triggered attacks), MTR, Maxim's Caterers Limited etc. later targeted by rioters. However it won't change the class nature of the riots in general. Victims show the ''behind the scenes'' competition among sponsors of the reactionary coup riots, ex-sponsors and present victims of anti-mainland China capital campaign. The key contradiction is about real estate monopoly capitalist cartels, such as Li Ka-shing's CK Hutchison Holdings Limited, Henderson Land Development Company Limited and Jardine Matheson (JM is the largest company among victims of the colour revolution).


The unfortunate (?) twists of the Jardine Matheson during the 2019 Hong Kong Protests reflect the inner competitions among sponsors of the reactionary coup movements.


Fig.1 PHOTO FILE: Three proven incidents revealed the sponsors of the 2019 Hong Kong Protests. Composite © Ryota Nakanishi
Fig.1 PHOTO FILE: Three proven incidents revealed the sponsors of the 2019 Hong Kong Protests. Composite © Ryota Nakanishi

Behind the Scenes: Inner Political and Economic Wars among Sponsors of the Hong Kong Colour Revolution 2019


Turning Point: September 22


See the left (Fig.1)


On September 22 2019, police found those purchase coupons of super markets, fast food stores, MTR Octopus cards etc. from the famous 13 year old black-shirted rioter. For instance, Li Ka-shing's PARKnSHOP; Jardine Matheson's Wellcome; Jardine Matheson's Maxim's Caterers Limited; McDonalds etc.


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http://m.stnn.cc/pcarticle/674504


Since the same September 22 2019, the rioters turned against Jardine Matheson's Maxim's Caterers Limited. The official pretext was due to Maxim's Annie Wu Suk-ching's condemnation as a "supervisory consultant" of the staunchly ''pro-Beijing'' Hong Kong Federation of Women, Wu took her views to the United Nations Human Rights Council on September 10, 2019. There is still a question. Why ''protesters'' didn't even attack Pansy Ho Chiu-king and Shun Tak Holdings Limited for the same reason?


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https://news.mingpao.com/pns/要聞/article/20190923/s00001/1569177593439/不滿撐警-示威者商場狙擊美心舖-貼標語「撳籌」不光顧-商界憂市民自食其果


Not only Maxim's Caterers Limited, but Jardine Matheson's another running business entities such as Arome Bakery; Genki Sushi HK and Starbucks HK stores also got destroyed by black shirted anti-China rioters systematically and strategically since then.


Fig2  FILE PHOTO: Screenshot for the fact check. On October 15  2019, DAB the largest pro-Beijing political party publicly supported those victims of the political and economic war since the September 22, 2019's dramatic twist. © Ryota Nakanishi
Fig2 FILE PHOTO: Screenshot for the fact check. On October 15 2019, DAB the largest pro-Beijing political party publicly supported those victims of the political and economic war since the September 22, 2019's dramatic twist. © Ryota Nakanishi

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https://www.facebook.com/dab.hk.1992/photos/a.1567308223509702/2406396992934150/?type=3&theater


Full List of Targets


Important: All the company groups and its affiliates that became the targets of the black-shirted colour riots do not belong to Hong Kong's major real estate oligarchs (Cheung Kong, Sun Hung Kai, Henderson, Wheelock, New World) and its subsidiaries. The Cheung Kong's rival British company Jardine Group was attacked, and even the British government did not condemn