In support of Hong Kong demonstration and China's controlling funded companies around the world.
I am planning to give free t-shirt to Filipino people a "FREE HONG KONG" T-shirts.
We Filipino's also against the flooded of Chinese here in the Philippines.
What is the Plan?
1. Print a bunch of "FREE HONG KONG" shirts.
2. Give to People and on the Opening night of Philippine Basketball tournament.
3. Give the Filipino the chance to express their solidarity with HK, for free speech, and against flooding of Chinese here in Philippines.
The current Hong Kong Protest movement has five clearly articulated demands, which taken together demonstrate that this is a movement whose goal is simply to hold China to its promise of "One Country, Two Systems" and allow for the continued development of Hong Kong under that framework. Thus far only one of these demands has been (precariously) met. The five demands are:
1) Universal Suffrage for Elections and Resignation of Chief Executive Carrie Lam. The current "elected" leadership of Hong Kong are selected in a process where Beijing and certain Hong Kong elites have far more electoral power than the average citizen. In its current state, the government has no democratic legitimacy.
2) Independent Inquiry and Oversight into Police Conduct. Police misbehavior in the course of these demonstrations is alleged to extend to employing "whiteshirt" Triad thugs to assault demonstrators, assaulting demonstrators, press, and bystanders themselves, and other abuses of power. This is a chaotic time, so not all allegations may be substantiated - which is why an independent inquiry and oversight body is needed.
3) Release and Exoneration of Arrested Protesters. Political prisoners should be released.
4) Retraction of Characterization of the Initial Protests as "Riots." The government used its characterization of initial demonstrations as "riots" to justify its escalation into excessive and illegitimate use of force.
5) Withdrawal of the Chinese Extradition Bill. This bill would have allowed the government to transfer Hong Kong citizens to Chinese jurisdiction, denying them the legal rights they enjoy under the Hong Kong judiciary. Its temporary suspension, and eventually full withdrawal has been tentatively announced by the government but not yet executed.