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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-13 03:29|
saltandpepper Post time: 2014-10-13 02:14
The ringleaders families and their love ones must be nmade to pay for what they have caused to inn ...
Indeed, the residents of Hong Kong suffered enormous losses of income, and were being punished by the foreign powers for not quickly joining them in overthrowing the legitimate government of Hong Kong which would have caused total collapse of the HK economy, so the wisdom of the Hong Kong hoi polloi is truly commendable. These laowai are trying to gyp some of the most intelligent people in the world, and just an ordinary street vendor is at least as intelligent if not more so than their PhD's. But they should not be allowed to get away with an open letter to President Xi which is in itself highly manipulative and disrespectful of his intelligence and his position. Again, the British signature of "Divide and Conquer" as its last hope of salvaging its dwindling support amongst the Hong Kong students and public.
Anyone with lost income should file a simple form, properly notarized, honestly listing down, day by day, his or her lost income, his or her extra expenses to get to or from work, and his or her lost opportunities, such as to finish a course, to make a sale, or to simply do barter as a storekeeper with retail customers. It should include the nature of the loss, the amount, the date it was incurred, the time to the nearest half hour that it occurred, the place it happened, and whether or not he or she was able to overcome the obstacle, with or without added costs to be specified as well.
This should be submitted to the Treasury, which should coordinate with the police to determine if there had been a blockade of public roads or transportation or buildings that could have caused these losses. The opinion of these law enforcement and traffic regulators should be entered into the case as evidence. If the sums are small, they should go to the simple claims court. If the sums are large, they should be prosecuted by the city government to spare the victims of the added cost of hiring a lawyer, but with the cost of such added to the damages incurred by the illegal occupiers of public spaces. If the individuals doing the occupation are not known, then the organizers and their sponsors should be responsible for the damage they did to the city residents. If the organizer is a minor, then the adults and corporations that donated to his movement become the principals to the crime, and if otherwise, they are mere accessories and accomplices.
No prison terms are needed. No hard labor either. Just like in a jewelry or antique store, if you break it, you will have to pay for it. There will be no political prisoners, just penalties for violations of public order and illegal occupation of public roads, facilities and spaces, plus damages to the earnings of innocent bystanders and residents of Hong Kong. That is the rule of law, and prevents future lawlessness being perpetrated on the Hong Kong people by foreign powers and their stooges.