Washington Examiner, November 15, 2019
As Hong Kong enters its sixth month of anti-government, pro-democracy protests, violence has become a hallmark of daily life. Though protesters have been hailed across the world as freedom fighters, the attacks perpetrated by radical elements have become increasingly horrific and barbaric.
For the movement to retain its moral legitimacy and international support, it will need to condemn unambiguously the heinous acts committed by hardcore protesters. Thus far, that has not happened. Instead, young people on the front lines of the violence have turned their universities into war zones with the police.
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