Maybe Americans Should Start Rioting and Waving Chinese Flags?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 29, 2019

Just try to imagine that these people are rioting and trying to overthrow the government while waving the flag of a foreign government and the US government refers to that act as “democracy,” and issues decrees in support of it.


Thousands of demonstrators in Hong Kong staged a “Thanksgiving” rally on Thursday evening in response to President Donald Trump signing two bills in support of the city’s pro-democracy movement.

Demonstrators took to the streets shortly after the president signed the legislation. Some draped themselves in U.S. flags and expressed gratitude for the administration’s support.

“The rationale for us having this rally is to show our gratitude and thank the U.S Congress and also President Trump for passing the bill,” student Sunny Cheung, 23, told Reuters. “We are really grateful about that and we really appreciate the effort made by Americans who support Hong Kong, who stand with Hong Kong, who do not choose to side with Beijing.”

“I was confident Donald Trump would sign the law because we are fighting for universal freedom. Everyone globally should support that,” another young woman told the news outlet. “But we do want to give thanks to those around the globe that support us, a small city like Hong Kong, we thank them for their attention.”

President Trump signed the bills with near-unanimous backing from House and Senate lawmakers and said he did so out of respect for Chinese Communist Party Chairman Xi Jinping and the people of Hong Kong

“They are being enacted in the hope that Leaders and Representatives of China and Hong Kong will be able to amicably settle their differences leading to long term peace and prosperity for all,” he said in a statement.

China’s foreign ministry reacted furiously to the move, calling the laws a “naked hegemonic action” and summoned its U.S. ambassador.

“The U.S. side ignored facts, turned black to white, and blatantly gave encouragement to violent criminals who smashed and burned, harmed innocent city residents, trampled on the rule of law and endangered social order,” said the ministry.

I know it’s dumb to keep saying this over and over again, but it really can’t be said enough times:

What would people in America think if people in Louisiana were trying to overthrow the US government, rioting, firebombing the police, lighting random people on fire and starting fires in the streets while waving Chinese flags?

What if then the Chinese government started making declarations that Louisiana was an independent country and the US federal government had no right to stop them from rioting?

What if China was sending in homosexual YouTubers to film the rioters, talk about how great they are, and how they just want freedom?

Would people think that looked weird?