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HONG KONG PROTEST FALLING APART BY THE HOUR   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-10-6 08:15:29 |Display all floors
I hate to bust your bubble but nobody in the West really cares about HK.The super wealthy might be interested but it hasn't made any front pages of newspapers iv'e seen.Typical comments from radical Chinese ,it's always the intellectuals,the teachers.Students couldn't possibly care about what happens in their country.Without protests you will never have change,so go back to living in the 20th century

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Post time 2014-10-6 10:27:23 |Display all floors
kenfig Post time: 2014-10-6 08:15
I hate to bust your bubble but nobody in the West really cares about HK.The super wealthy might be i ...

Lies are easy to make but hard to believe.  

With all the front page attention that the Western media have showered on their crew acting out "Occupy Central", often giving them directions in the name of reflecting their intentions such as "will not give in" and "digging in", when in fact, they are leaving in droves from the clutches of their clowns who have not choice but to play their part or not get paid, we are asked to believe that the West has no interest in Hong Kong's current revolution, sparked by them, of all things.

China made herself what she is today, in spite of decades of embargo, and deserves to call 21st Century China truly hers and hers alone.  Why should China go back to the years of servitude if it refuses to serve today?  Your logic is incoherent.  Hong Kong people said NO to the Western call to "Occupy Central", so how is that a throwback to the days when they had no choice but to obey the British Viceroy appointed by England?  Are you saying Chinese are stupid and backward, regardless of how intelligent and progressive they are?  Well, that may be your right to say, but it certainly isn't true.



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Post time 2014-10-6 10:37:34 |Display all floors
THE WORLD WAITED WITH BATED BREATH FOR THE CRACKDOWN AT THE CRACK OF DAWN.

AND, all that happened was really NOTHING!  Nothing except for the crew of the Occupy Central set removing some of their props to allow 3,000 government employees to go to work on Monday.

After delivering three ultimatums to Leung to step down, that fizzled when he simply stayed put, the Western media are now calling it a "Test of Stamina" for the students to continue to stand blankly on the sidewalks watching regular residents of Hong Kong go to work, go to school, and have a lot of fun afterwards.

In this situation, it looks more and more like a test of intelligence than of anything.  Let us see if they could learn anything at all.  If they go home, there is hope.  If they stay forever, well, we'll let them test their own stamina.  Good day!

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Post time 2014-10-6 10:41:02 |Display all floors
kenfig Post time: 2014-10-6 08:15
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US State Department Has Built Up and Directs “Occupy Central”

The Basic Law put in place a framework of governance, whereby special interest groups, or “functional constituencies,” maintain half of the seats in the Legislative Council (LegCo). At present, Hong Kong’s chief executive is also chosen by an undemocratically selected committee. According to the language of the Basic Law, however, “universal suffrage” is the “ultimate aim.” While “universal suffrage” remains undefined in the law, Hong Kong citizens have interpreted it to mean genuine democracy.Earnest’s comments are verbatim the demands of “Occupy Central” protest leaders, but more importantly, verbatim the long-laid designs the US State Department’s NDI articulates on its own webpage dedicated to its ongoing meddling in Hong Kong. The term “universal suffrage”and reference to “Basic Law” and its “interpretation” to mean “genuine democracy” is stated clearly on NDI’s website which claims:

To push this agenda – which essentially is to prevent Beijing from vetting candidates running for office in Hong Kong, thus opening the door to politicians openly backed, funded, and directed by the US State Department – NDI lists an array of ongoing meddling it is carrying out on the island. It states:

Since 1997, NDI has conducted a series of missions to Hong Kong to consider the development of Hong Kong’s “post-reversion” election framework, the status of autonomy, rule of law and civil liberties under Chinese sovereignty, and the prospects for, and challenges to democratization.

It also claims:

In 2005, NDI initiated a six-month young political leaders program focused on training a group of rising party and political group members in political communications skills.
There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.-Victor Hugo

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Post time 2014-10-6 10:42:29 |Display all floors
incarnationabc Post time: 2014-10-6 10:41
US State Department Has Built Up and Directs “Occupy Central”

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NDI has also worked to bring political parties, government leaders and civil society actors together in public forums to discuss political party development, the role of parties in Hong Kong and political reform. In 2012, for example, a conference by Hong Kong think tank SynergyNet supported by NDI featured panelists from parties across the ideological spectrum and explored how adopting a system of coalition government might lead to a more responsive legislative process.

NDI also admits it has created, funded, and backed other organizations operating in Hong Kong toward achieving the US State Department’s goals of subverting Beijing’s control over the island:

In 2007, the Institute launched a women’s political participation program that worked with the Women’s Political Participation Network (WPPN) and the Hong Kong Federation of Women’s Centres (HKFWC) to enhance women’s participation in policy-making, encourage increased participation in politics and ensure that women’s issues are taken into account in the policy-making process.

And on a separate page, NDI describes programs it is conducting with the University of Hong Kong to achieve its agenda:
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Post time 2014-10-6 10:44:18 |Display all floors
kenfig Post time: 2014-10-6 08:15
I hate to bust your bubble but nobody in the West really cares about HK.The super wealthy might be i ...

Please go to steet of Furgeson, where the black there fully need your support about the racism against them.

There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.-Victor Hugo

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Post time 2014-10-6 11:21:11 |Display all floors
Incedius420 Post time: 2014-10-6 03:55
Name one.  Name one western site that is worse.

start with yahoo forums to the various stormfront sites.  maybe you prefer to be blind to the racism spewed against non-white people. Or perhaps you're one of the 'white minority' feeling threatened by the increasing population of Hispanics and Asians in the USA.

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