Tim Wilson and the Hong Kong Protests | Q&A

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Shared October 15, 2019

This episode was broadcast on Monday, 14 October 2019.

Hamish McDonald asks Tim Wilson if participating in the Hong Kong protests was an appropriate way to engage with the region in a constructive way.

Jenny Li asked: The Hong Kong problem eventually is an economic problem, which really has less to do with freedom and democracy. Democracy can be a weapon, if used by selfish and uneducated people, it could only harm themselves. I am surprised that Liberal MP Tim Wilson could not see that. Could the Liberal Party focus more on our own economy rather than other people's affairs? I guess that was why we voted for your guys: we want you to improve Australia’s economy, so we can live comfortably, and don't have to go to street and protest against our government.

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