China might be the only nation we have left in this world who doesn’t but up with any of the garbage Muslims bring to their shores. Apparently, the mere handful of Muslim who have already invaded The People’s Republic of China are not being allowed to be their normal Muslim selves.

A video has just surfaced of an apparent alteration in a Chinese subway. The video, although hard to understand, appears to show a couple of “Religion of Peace” disciples disrespecting a Chinese woman in her 50’s. That’s a big no-no in Chinese society and because China is smart enough to not cater to this scum, all hell breaks loose for the Muslim men.

We see in this video that a large crowd of Chinese young men without hesitation quickly come to the older woman’s defense. Of course because the scumbag Muslims didn’t get the memo that China society doesn’t suffer from the mental disorder called “Political Correctness,” they can’t seem to notice that they are extremely close to getting a beat down. So they continue being Muslims until the men had enough and give them the beat down of their lives. Never thought I’d be cheering for the Chinese.

South China Morning Post reports:

Members of Hong Kong’s Muslim community hit out against a police report stating Islamic State-inspired lone wolves could carry out an attack in the city, claiming the force was adding to a stigma already felt by the community.

Earlier this month, police said terrorist groups could use the internet and social media to spread their radical ideology and target high-profile global institutions and representatives in the city. The force admitted, however, it had no specific intelligence indicating an attack in Hong Kong was imminent.

Muslim Council chairman Adeel Malik said such pronouncements were “disturbing to the core” and affected more than just the Muslim community.

“Ethnic minorities are facing issues already. There’s a lot of passive racism in Hong Kong … where we’re always struggling [to integrate] in the local community. Things like this affect not only the Muslim community but also the ethnic minority community.”

Malik thought the report echoed comments made by Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying and former police commissioner Andy Tsang Wai-hung in 2015, warning that Hong Kong should not take the threat of terrorism lightly.

Tsang stressed there was no information suggesting the city was a target for terrorism.

Malik said such statements by police and government officials, and published by the media, sowed “Islamophobia where there was no Islamophobia”.

“We saw comments [on Facebook] saying: ‘Again? I was just about to travel to Hong Kong’,” local Muslim resident Syed Ridwan Elahi said.

“So you can see people are already affected because of irresponsible messages.”

Malik believed such information should not be made public because it would create unnecessary panic.

If a threat existed, he argued, police could inform leaders of the Muslim community to see if they could help in any way.

Jamal Ashraff, another local Muslim resident, said the community had done its part to educate youth to be aware of extremist elements and “the evil of some senseless people”.

The timing of the latest statements by police suggests a link with the 20th anniversary of the handover in July, when many high-level mainland officials are expected to attend.

Police did not address concerns raised by Malik and Muslim residents, but regarding handover celebrations, a police spokeswoman said the global terrorist situation remained “volatile”.

“Police are duty-bound to ensure the personal safety of dignitaries, as well as members of the public, during the dignitaries’ visit to Hong Kong,” she said.

Malik said he and other members of the Muslim community would try to engage the community to help clear misconceptions about Islam and Muslims. He noted efforts in 2015 when they set up street booths to educate and engage people in dialogue to clarify Islam’s “correct message”.

You have to love how the Chinese aren’t in line to commit societal and cultural suicide because they don’t believe in not offending people. I understand China isn’t a free country, but in this case, they seem to be a lot more free than us Americans. Maybe the key to being free is to get rid of two-bit attorneys who try to make a name for themselves while pushing the agenda at far left wing associations such us the treasonous ACLU. Or by getting rid of progressive activist judges who shove the liberal agenda down our throats in the name of so-called Tolerance.

Anyway you look at it, kudos to the Chinese for putting their people first.