Chinese military warns it can hit Hong Kong in TEN MINUTES as Beijing masses hundreds of armoured vehicles on city’s border

Thursday, August 15, 2019
By Paul Martin

Chilling message was sent by the Eastern Theater Command of China’s People’s Liberation Army yesterday
A relevant social media post also included a picture showing military trucks assembled in Shenzhen city
New footage and images show thousands of military personnel parading near the mainland border today
Chinese state media also released videos earlier this week to show armoured vehicles being mobilised
U.S. President Trump has warned China to ‘work humanely with Hong Kong’ and said trade talks could wait
The Asian financial hub has been rocked by protests against a now suspended extradition bill for 10 weeks
Chaos escalated this week after bloody clashes broke out between activists and police at the city’s airport

15 August 2019

Chinese military has declared it would take them just 10 minutes to reach Hong Kong as the financial hub braces for more demonstrations over the coming weekend.

Thousands of Chinese military personnel waving red flags paraded at a sports stadium in a city across the border from Hong Kong today, according witnesses, a day after the chilling warning was issued.

Armoured vehicles were also seen inside the stadium in Shenzhen when the event was taking place as concerns build that China may intervene to end 10 weeks of unrest in Hong Kong.

Parking spaces at the stadium were filled with more than 100 dark-painted paramilitary vehicles, including troop trucks, armoured personnel carriers, buses and jeeps.

At least three were armoured wheel-loaders, and two vehicles carried water cannons.

Satellite images taken on Tuesday showed Beijing had apparently assembled some 500 armoured vehicles to a sports centre in Shenzhen across the harbour from Hong Kong.

Three senior Hong Kong police officers said Thursday that they are not aware of any plans for Chinese forces to join efforts to quell mass demonstrations in the territory.

The officers added that they are unsure whether they would be informed ahead of time if Chinese paramilitary or army forces were deployed in Hong Kong. They agreed to speak to a group of reporters for foreign media only on the condition of anonymity.

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