Protesters in Hong Kong are now bolting barricades into the road using power drills. pic.twitter.com/k6quQGfjCP
— Timothy McLaughlin (@TMclaughlin3) October 20, 2019
First, using impact drivers to sink bolts into the pavement to anchor the barriers that keep protesters safe from rushes from the out-of-control, ultraviolent police (the protesters have also started cleaning up after police violence to make it clear that they love their city, just not its Beijing-collaborator government and security forces).
This is an example of what sets apart HKers from other protesters around the world. These leaflets are left on "refurbished" shops to explain the reasons behind these targeted actions. Also note: *no looting*. #antiELAB #HongKongProtesters #HongKong pic.twitter.com/tB2DDmrXWi
— Dr. Wong Tsu ? (@HongKongHFF) October 21, 2019
Second, when Hong Kong protesters gather at businesses that are complicit in the crackdown on the pro-democracy movement, they plaster those businesses with signs explicitly calling them out for their complicity.
(via Naked Capitalism)