The Hong Kong protestors have adopted the classic hymn “Sing Hallelujah to the Lord” as their anthem as they struggle against communist oppression.
The protestors are standing strong, even as troops mass along the border of Hong Kong in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. Taking a Christian hymn as their anthem is a middle finger to the atheistic communists who control mainland China. You can see a video of them below:
Shad Olson, a conservative radio commentator, summed up the situation well in an article:
In the midst of the chaos and the threat of brutal genocide by a totalitarian regime, the spirit of the Almighty God is moving in Hong Kong, as witnesses recount a movement of mass revival and personal spiritual salvation that is sweeping the ranks of political protesters in moment by moment experiences of the touch of Christ in the lives of oppressed people standing firmly for their beliefs.
In a video for the National File, Steve Bannon explained just why the communist Chinese government wants to quash this “contagion of freedom” so quickly:
The People’s Liberation Army and the entire apparatus of the Chinese Communist Party do not want the contagion of freedom to spread in mainland China. These young patriots are… walking through Hong Kong, not with the Union Jack, which they were doing 11 weeks ago, but with Old Glory, the flag of the United States of America… That flag represents freedom to people throughout the world. And that drives their communist masters nuts.
These patriots are in direct contrast with the protestors that Americans are forced to deal with; instead of freedom-loving, Christian individuals, we have violent mobs of antifa thugs. At the “End Domestic Terrorism” rally in Portland, Antifa were caught throwing slabs of concrete at buses carrying Proud Boys and other attendees of the rally.