Not really a “ha ha” moment? Free Hong Kong is a genuine movement striding for the globalization of democracy. By oppressing their authoritarian captors, Hong Kong citizens are unrightfully being murdered only for expressing anti-China sentiment despite being a country Zhou enlai writes to Margaret thatcher in the 1970s as “autonomous”. Hong Kong deserves every ounce of attention and needs to have its struggle popularized for foreign governments to get involved, otherwise lives are going to continue diminishing as victims to China’s oppressive regime. Explain to me who is considering this a funny experience? The indoctrinated Chinese who think Hong Kong is a serious threat to ethnocentrism, or the countless protestors being murdered daily in Hong Kong?