Given the history of the CCP does anyone else expect people to start disappearing and/or killed in Hong Kong?

For those people who are not experts in Chinese history and not an expert but I’m pretty well-versed. There are two periods of time that correlate between each other one is known as The Great Leap Forward and the cultural revolution. These two periods lasted from 1949 to 1976 during this time if you appeared to be a capitalist you were either beaten severely or executed or spent the rest of your life in a labor camp for re-education The unfortunate thing is that whenever you gained any sort of power you were branded as a capitalist so if you ended up organizing the Farm work once you’ve gained too much power you were executed and that’s was based on the people’s opinion of too much power so you would never know where the line is, do you have too much power or do you have just the right amount?

during the 1980s after the death of Mao Zedong in 1976 people were able to speak more freely but that kind of ended after the tenement Square massacre And really until this day they haven’t changed much You can still be executed for saying shin xing ping looks like weeny the poo.
now in the last Hong Kong election 71% came out to vote and voted in democracy representatives given the history of the CCP I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chinese government would execute these officials and not except them as representatives and they will start going through the voting charts looking for the people who voted for these pro democracy representatives they will start disappearing most of their bodies will probably be found in mass graves. What do you thinks going to happen in Hong Kong when it comes to what China is going to do in response to the pro democracy elections?
Given the history of the CCP does anyone else expect people to start disappearing and/or killed in Hong Kong?
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