Captain Lachiman Gurung, a Gurkha who received the Victoria Cross, the British army’s highest honour, marks Veterans Day in London. Photo: AFP
Captain Lachiman Gurung, a Gurkha who received the Victoria Cross, the British army’s highest honour, marks Veterans Day in London. Photo: AFP
Tim I Gurung
Opinion

Opinion

Tim I Gurung

Hongkongers should learn from how Britain treated the Gurkhas

  • Britain’s sudden interest in Hongkongers’ welfare is not about democracy or rights, but about securing a post-Brexit workforce and destabilising China
  • If the British can treat the Gurkhas – their loyal fighting friends of over 200 years – with cruelty and apathy, how do you think they will treat Hongkongers?

Captain Lachiman Gurung, a Gurkha who received the Victoria Cross, the British army’s highest honour, marks Veterans Day in London. Photo: AFP
Captain Lachiman Gurung, a Gurkha who received the Victoria Cross, the British army’s highest honour, marks Veterans Day in London. Photo: AFP
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