Excommunication of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam

Excommunication of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam

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Chief executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam has committed crimes against humanity.
As the leader of Hong Kong, Lam has caused the city to succumb to violence and chaos.
Ruling without oversight or responsibility, she has given the police powers beyond normal laws, as well as using Triads.
Roles of the police force to protect and serve have become judge, jury and executioner to anyone they deem a threat.
International journalists, citizens and protestors a like have been beaten, threatened and humiliated by the police of Hong Kong.
Even freedom of speech and most human rightd are taken away using her powers of Emergency Regulations Ordinance that by pass legislation council.

Lam has stated that it was the will of God that she become the chief executive of Hong Kong.
As well, she has proclaimed that there is already a place waiting for her in heaven, claiming she has done good deeds.
Many people have protested against her in Hong Kong, nearly 2,000,000 have demonstrated, demanding her resignation.

I have personally witnessed the atrocities and crimes caused because of dictatorship. So far eight suicides have also been attested to her fascist rule.
Anyone unlucky enough to be caught and thrown in jail are not given proper human rights and have been subjected to humiliation, rape, and in some cases being beaten to death.
Bodies of various protestors have been found and the police, without investigating, automatically rules it a suicide or deny it ever happened.
In some cases, those victims were previously caught and thrown in jail, only to end up dead.
These atrocities must be stopped.
Carrie Lam's reign of terror will only escalate if we do not do something about it.
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