(Paul Joseph Watson) “This is what happens when you have chemistry grads fighting against tyranny.”
by Paul Joseph Watson, September 3rd, 2019
Video out of Hong Kong shows a protester turning tear gas into its harmless solid form.
The clip shows a demonstrator rendering a CS gas grenade useless by placing it inside a liquid nitrogen canister.
He then pours out the contents, which are solidified and therefore not a threat to protesters.
Holy Shit the protesters in Hong Kong are grabbing the canisters of tear gas dropping it into liquid nitrogen and turning it into its harmless solid form. pic.twitter.com/MskDny3MCw
— Patriot Coburn (@PatriotCoburn) September 1, 2019
Viewers of the video were suitably impressed.
“This is what happens when you have chemistry grads fighting against tyranny,” commented Ian Miles Cheong.
“Imagine what they could do if they had degrees in Sociology and Gender Studies!” joked another respondent.
As we previously highlighted, with the protests showing no signs of slowing down, authorities in Hong Kong are now considering imposing martial law.
Chinese troops are also massing on the border, although most experts say they won’t be sent into Hong Kong.
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