BREAKING: China Prepares For WAR

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday warned that any activities in Hong Kong seen as threatening China’s sovereignty and stability would be “absolutely impermissible,” using some of his harshest language yet toward pro-democracy activities in the territory.

Any attempt to challenge China’s sovereignty, security and government authority or use Hong Kong to “carry out infiltration and sabotage activities against the mainland is an act that crosses the red line, and is absolutely impermissible,” Xi said in a fired up speech.

Xi rode in an open-top jeep past rows of soldiers lined up on an airstrip on his visit to the People’s Liberation Army garrison. He called out “Salute all the comrades” and “Salute to your dedication” as he passed 3,100 soldiers arranged in 20 formations, Fox News reports.

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It was a rare display of the Chinese military’s might in Hong Kong, where it normally maintains a low-key presence. China’s first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, is expected to make a port call next month.

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Xi said Hong Kong had to do more to shore up security and boost patriotic education, in a veiled reference to legislation long-delayed by popular opposition.

And he appeared to put on notice a new wave of activists pushing for more autonomy or even independence, saying challenges to the power of China’s central government and Hong Kong’s leaders wouldn’t be tolerated.

Sounds like Xi is pissed off.

What a hellhole.

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