The revolution-turned-brief civil war in Moscow began about the same time the Hong Kong protests did: Moscow on September 21, 1993; Hong Kong on September 22, 2014. As with Moscow, there are now anti-protest demonstrators engaging in violent scuffles with anti-government protesters on the very same day: October 3. As with Moscow 1993, the anti-government forces in Hong Kong began threatening to occupy "key government buildings" and the offices of the mayor on October 2. Unlike Moscow 1993, however, this has not happened yet. In 1993, Yeltsin warned protesters that they would be crushed if they did not cease their activities. Likewise with high-ranking members of the central government in Beijing under President Xi Jinping, although Xi has yet to speak directly.
1) In Moscow, the demonstrators had chosen Alexander Rutskoi as their new president. Rutskoi demanded that President Boris Yeltsin resign. In Hong Kong, there does not appear to be a single figure that protesters are rallying behind.
2) On October 3, anti-Yeltsin forces fought with pro-Yeltsin forces with guns and took over the Ostankino television station. There were injuries and deaths during this violent confrontation. Nothing like this has yet happened in Hong Kong. However, since Hong 2014's protests began a day later than Moscow 1993's, this COULD happen today instead.
3) There was considerable fear in the international community that the civil unrest in Moscow would spread throughout the country and that parts of Russia's vast nuclear arsenal would fall intot he hands of protesters or anti-Yeltsin forces that might be lurking in the military. Again, nothing like this due to events in Hong Kong.
4) Finally, on October 4, 1993, Boris Yeltsin sent tanks into Moscow, bombarded the Russian White House (Parliament) with tank artillery, killing a number of protesters inside. At dusk the protesters surrendered and were arrested, ending the brief civil conflict. The demonstrations in Hong Kong continue today, October 4, 2014. Government warnings are that a crackdown will not occur until Monday, October 6.
I hope that those of you reading this blog now understand how the base 7 system works ... and how events in the past can take an unexpected turn and repeat themselves in another part of a country or another part of the world. This phenomena I now call "translocation" which simply means that an historical repetitive trend can migrate geographically.
Thus, the United States conflict with Japan during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam have migrated into the Middle East since 1987 and the Balkans since 1995. Despite this, the Pacific region remains a potential flashpoint for future warfare for the US, largely in defense of South Korea (still), Taiwan, and possibly the Spratley Islands.
If this rhyming event in Hong Kong follows the same script as Moscow's in 1993, government buildings will be broken into and occupied today or tomorrow (October 5); a shooting confrontation may even occur regarding the taking of a television station or something similar by the night of October 5, if not before; and the protest movement will be crushed by China's military and many will be killed by Monday, October 6.