Some articles even claim that demonstrations in Europe and South America are the direct result of Western tolerance of Hong Kong concerns, now in its 20th week.
During the past week, protesters have clashed with authorities at all three locations for various reasons, but Chinese state media claimed that protesters in Chile and Spain were taking their clues from Hong Kong.
On Sunday, a march in the popular shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui quickly deteriorated into violence when gasoline bombs were thrown and fires ignited in subway stations and outside stores.
"The West pays the price to support riots in Hong Kong, which has quickly ignited violence in other parts of the world and predicted the political risks that the West cannot handle," the leader said.
The United States has repeatedly expressed support for Hong Kong protesters to the Chinese government's rage.
In a video editorial published on Global Times' official Twitter on October 17, editor Hu Xijin suggested that protests could be spread across the West.
"There are many problems in the West and all kinds of discontents of dissatisfaction. Many of them will eventually manifest themselves in the way the Hong Kong protests did," he said.
"Catalonia is probably just the beginning."
There have been a series of bloody attacks on pro-protests and pro-Beijing supporters in Hong Kong this month. On October 12, a police officer was shot in the neck while walking through a subway station, which led to two arrests. He was taken to hospital in stable condition.
There have been no signs of an end to the ongoing demonstrations, which began in June to protest a controversial China extradition treaty, but have since been extended to include calls for democracy.
"We still remember that some people in the West called the big demonstrations in Hong Kong" a beautiful sight to see, "Shen wrote, before asking whether the same commentators would support Catalan protests.
" If they do not that, they apply dual standards for Hong Kong and Catalonia issues. "
CNN's Serenitie Wang contributed to this article.