These posts are made inorganically as most of these celebrities have never shared their political opinions before. All of the sudden they’re posting the same things on the same day. It’s extremely strange.
Here you go. Not suspicious at all!
Edit: another gem full of bot accounts: https://twitter.com/search?q=%20what%20a%20shame%20for%20Hon...
I don’t like the US government, but there is no equivalency with China.
You can't be serious right?
The western media, however, only reported that the police clashed with protesters. So most people only knows a little about what happened that night.
I will refrain from commenting on politics (don't have the time to contribute) but must say that I found both sides are incredibly biased against each other.
It is wrong to do this to anyone and the protestor organized an apology session in HK airport the next day.
: (if you read chinese) http://cablenews.i-cable.com/ci/videopage/news/554875/%E5%8D...
Presumably you think the same thing about the behaviour of the police. But they are lacking even an apology.
Given there's a history of the government using provocateurs. I'd take that with a grain of salt.
In a strange time we live in, a red guard journalist gets a struggle session from pro-democracy activists in China's most freewheeling city
I'm sure they were there not to take something, but to leave something.
Which is deeply ironic in that the police force were the ones who are strongly suspected in collusion with the triads:
And now sometimes the protesters are fighting the triads instead.
My thought listening to that podcast was that the Chinese government wouldn't expend this kind of effort and expense to silence people en masse unless they felt vulnerable.
This meeting is reportedly happening in shanghai, but those symbols look very vaguely like extremely ancient chinese and not remotely like anything modern. Can anyone explain them?
Besides, a Japanese reporter had his camera broken by some of them. He was also told that they wanted to be portrayed as victims to gain sympathy. 
Last but not the least, some of the leaders of the protest is going to US/UK to study, I wonder what will happen when they leave.
You can go hate the gov't as usual, that's fine but be careful what you are signing up for.
We are in a multiverse of info wars.
I’m just quoting here, but this has seemed incredibly appropriate to these protests:
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.
They don't need the CCP to make them look bad.
But it’s extremely myopic to think that protestors are the ones accountable for all the trouble. To people not immediately affected by the governments decision, it is far too easy to miss the fact that it’s the government throwing not just the first punch but many many more before you see this kind of thing happen