Chinese State-Sponsored Rap Threatens Army Can ‘Wipe Out’ Hong Kong ProtestersPosted: August 19, 2019
Kyle Hooten reports: Chinese state media is using rap music to rally public support in opposition of Hong Kong protesters, even threatening that the Chinese military can “wipe out” the protesters.
Last week, a state-supported Chinese hip-hop group known as Tianfu Shibia or CD Rev, released a rap video titled “Hong Kong’s Fall.” The song accuses America of supporting the massive protests in Hong Kong, which are aimed at preserving some of the region’s sovereignty from China, and threatens the death of the protesters. The group is supported by the unilateral Communist Party of China, according to the Guardian.
“There are 1.4 billion Chinese standing firmly behind Hong Kong police,” the lyrics state. “They will always protect Hong Kong without any hesitation. Airplanes, tanks and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army all gathering in Shenzhen waiting for command to wipe out terrorists [protesters] if needed.”
“We don’t see freedom, we don’t see peace and democracy,” raps CD Rev about the Hong Kong protests. “What we all witness these days are self-called ‘protesters‘ attacking Hong Kong police officers with weapons … but we see that as their last performance before self-destruction.”
The song also declares that the protesters are … (read more)
Source: The Daily Caller