Since the launch of the Anti-Extradition Legislation Protests in Hong Kong on June 9, the people of Hong Kong have waged a three-month struggle for freedom, democracy and the rule of law. Their courage, endurance and wisdom have earned the world’s admiration. However, the struggle is still ongoing.
#HongKongProtests have created #Chinnazi, a wordplay hashtag of “China” and “Nazism,” which is trending on Twitter across the globe. The protesters have also displayed a flag, which they designed by re-arranging the red stars in the CCP’s national flag to form Nazi swastika, naming it the “Red Nazi (Chinazi) Flag,” symbolizing that the totalitarian state under the CCP is the “Nazism of the 21st century” and “fascism with Chinese characteristics.”
On October 1, 2019, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will hold an unprecedented grand military parade in Beijing to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the party state, and to show off its military muscle to the world. This CCP National Day is also a critical time for Hong Kong’s protesters, because they could face unprecedented suppression. Human rights organizations in Washington DC plan to jointly hold a human chain rally to encircle the Chinese Embassy to protest against 70 years of #Chinazi rule in China and support a free Hong Kong. We will display and stamp on the #Chinazi red flag during the rally. We call for all ethnic and religious groups, human rights activists and any other people who oppose the CCP’s Red Nazi Empire, support Hong Kong’s freedom, and support the Chinese people by ending the one-party dictatorship and achieving constitutional democracy, to join us in this rally, with your own homemade #Chinazi flags, banners and placards.
We also urge our friends who love freedom and democracy from all over the world, especially those who live in cities that have Chinese embassies and consulates, to hold similar human chain rallies to protest against #Chinazi’s 70 year rule in China, and support free Hong Kong during #Chinazi’s national day.
Let us roar for justice!