China Bans Exports Of Black Clothing To Hong Kong Amid Escalating Social Unrest | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

China Bans Exports Of Black Clothing To Hong Kong Amid Escalating Social Unrest

Over the last 24 hours, several reports have surfaced, one from the South China Morning Post (SCMP), and another from Reuters, are now detailing new export bans that Beijing has enacted from mainland China to Hong Kong, which explicitly states shipping couriers and or customs will halt all black clothing and other items used by pro-democracy protesters.

Service workers at China's top shipping couriers (STO Express, ZTO Express, and YTO Express) told Reuters this week that China banned bulk shipments of black clothing from mainland China to Hong Kong late last month.

One worker from STO Express told Reuters that black clothing, five items or less, could be shipped from mainland China to Hong Kong, but any more would be considered bulk and would be returned to the sender.

He said bulk items of masks, riot gear, umbrellas, helmets, and sticks, were also on the export ban list.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

For the Chinese government, these actions are like trying to stop a hemorrhage with a band-aid; President Xi understands the presence of a 24/7 news cycle, and it appears that he is desperately attempting to calm the real anger down of those demonstrating, without incidents starting to look like Tianamen Square on steroids, but is incapable of addressing/correcting the actual reasons for this anger.

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What is going on in Hong Kong is a USA......

Ethan Allen and...

Colored Revolution aimed at destabilizing China. The Chinese government will eventually have to go in with massive force and kick these so called demonstrators in their US NGO funded,Cia advised butts. It is way past time the US government quits going around the world stirring up trouble!

https://governmentslaves.news/2019/09/12/us-is-behind-hong-kong-protes...

https://thegrayzone.com/2019/08/17/hong-kong-protest-washington-nativi...

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3021941/us-govern...

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