You’ll find many pictures of the protests in Hong Kong, and I believe any struggle against an abusive power should be supported. It’s easy for me to say that from the comfort of France, but in China the famously peaceful Uighur activists can face life sentences in prison… Let us hope that their umbrellas won’t have to be used as shields. Remember 1989, Tiananmen.
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