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Revolutionary Marxist League co-founder Leung Kwok-hung, a former Hong Kong legislator known to locals as 'Long Hair,' participated in the protest, which attracted a few dozen people.'No Bannon, no racism,' chanted the group of about 15 demonstrators, who also held up a large black banner carrying the words, 'Nazis are not welcome here'.
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