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FROM MONG KOK TO ARTICLE 23 - THE TIME HAS COME!!! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-10-4 12:48:06 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-4 12:50

FROM MONG KOK TO ARTICLE 23!

LET THE OCCUPY CENTRAL OF 2014 BE A LESSON TO ALL RESIDENTS OF HONG KONG, THAT FOREIGN INTERFERENCE IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND LOCAL AUTONOMY IN THE "ONE COUNTRY, TWO SYSTEMS" MODEL.  TIME TO APPLY THE BASIC LAW TO THE DEFENSE OF CHINA'S SOVEREIGNTY, THE MOTHERLAND'S SOVEREIGNTY, OVER ALL OF HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION.  ONLY WITH ARTICLE 23, CAN ANY PART OF HONG KONG LIKE MONG KOK, LIKE HONG KONG CENTRAL, ENJOY TRUE AUTONOMY FREE FROM FOREIGN CONTROL.  IF NOT NOW, WHEN?  IF NOT US, WHO?  IF NOT HERE, WHERE?

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Post time 2014-10-4 13:12:08 |Display all floors
This post was edited by MrMao at 2014-10-4 13:13

It's a common trick, ages old, to find scapegoats to blame. There is no foreign interference.

It's also a common trick to send in thugs to create violence, leaving no choice for the police but to intervene. It speaks volumes they had to bus in Putonghua mobs to do it. The peace loving people of Hong Kong wouldn't do this.

We are seeing both in Hong Kong.

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Post time 2014-10-4 13:15:57 |Display all floors
blotdodger Post time: 2014-10-4 13:13
Are you a comedian? Or just a delusional imbecile?

The fact that you ghosts have provided no proof for your claims is all the proof I need.

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Post time 2014-10-4 17:25:04 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-4 17:36

ARTICLE 23 OF THE BASIC LAW OF HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA:

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall enact laws on its own to prohibit any act of treason, secession, sedition, subversion against the Central People's Government, or theft of state secrets, to prohibit foreign political organizations or bodies from conducting political activities in the Region, and to prohibit political organizations or bodies of the Region from establishing ties with foreign political organizations or bodies.


The lessons learned from an actual and destabilizing attack on both the national government of China and the local government of the HKSAR by foreign-supported stooges, aka the Occupy Central Protest, requires a streamlining of the Macao National Security Law, passed on February 25, 2009, tailored to Hong Kong, to enable a just, humane and effective defense of the sovereignty of the country from foreign subversion.

1.  Deny to traitors the rights of citizenship and residency in Hong Kong SAR and the rest of China.
2.  Deny to foreign subversives the rights of residency and diplomatic visa cover in China.
3.  Include any denial, rejection, objection, questioning, ignoring, contradicting, opposing and insulting the sovereignty of China in Hong Kong as a crime of Lese Majeste, actionable in regard to voiding of citizenship, residency and visa statuses by administrative fiat, not subject to judicial review.
4.  All other violations of public law and private properties in Hong Kong SAR shall be handled according to public laws and regulations.
5.  Sovereignty of China in Hong Kong is not a matter of opinion and may not be objected to or debated in the name of free speech, but is a fact, recognition and acceptance of which is a prerequisite to the validity of the legal status of all persons and organizations present in or belonging to Hong Kong SAR.

China and its special administrative region are governed by the rule of law, and as long as foreign nationals or citizens obey the laws of the HKSAR, they will continue to enjoy the benefits and privileges of their visa, residency and citizenship entitlements, but always contingent on their acknowledgement, recognition and acceptance of the sovereignty of China in Hong Kong.


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