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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-26 09:24|
I. HONG KONG IS HEADED FOR A MELTDOWN WITH A CAPTAIN WHO RUNS HIS SHIP ONTO EVERY SHOAL . . .
The demand by the Western stooges for Leung to resign is really brilliant! They hid their point man in broad daylight, and even made their other point men in Beijing have the excuse to keep him in office at any cost, without asking the most basic question regarding qualification and loyalty - do his deeds match his words? They do not. Sorry, fellows, he has helped prolong the protest the most by his inactions, his protection of the barricades from removal for days when the protesters were leaving, and now, his giving the protest movement more fuel to put the fire to the feet of Beijing, by his heretical preaching about the evils of the low-income working class majority of Hong Kongers to the Beijing regime.
Does the government of China agree that the main evil of having open nomination of the Chief Executive is the possibility that the working class majority of Hong Kongers would not vote for any capitalist to be the Chief Executive?
Yes or No - there is no room for ambiguity and obfuscation here.
If yes, then the HONG KONGERS HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO DEMAND OPEN NOMINATION.
If no, then LEUNG MUST STEP DOWN IMMEDIATELY.
II. CHINA'S LEADERS SHOULD AVOID PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE WITH EACH OTHER
It is all too clear that with Leung at the helm, the protests will never end, and the workers of Hong Kong will be penalized by their HKSAR government by its inaction in removing barricades from Mong Kok, and also punished by the Foreign Stooges by their continuing their economic siegeworks on their roads and transportation, which will all lead to either the PLA being mobilized by someone on high who will promptly be blamed for any bloodshed, first by the foreign powers behind the umbrella rebellion, and next by his own peers for failure to quell the revolution by peaceful means, or to the NPC kowtowing to foreign powers in rescinding its requirement to vet all nominees for Chief Executive elections, and be blamed for buckling under foreign pressure and failing to defend the sovereignty of China.
This all means that the politically fatal consequence of Hong Kong's failure to live up to either "One Country" or to "Two Systems" is guaranteed to fall on the shoulders of one of the top leaders of China.
Which one it will be remains to be seen.
But the question is not IF this will happen, as the continued "leadership" of Leung is bound to lead to one or the other conclusion, but WHO this will be blamed on, and WHEN.
In a nutshell, it appears that the leadership of China is divided, and is playing a game of Russian Roulette among themselves, to see who will have the power in the end to put the blame on some one else, using the collapse of the One Country Two Systems model as the excuse for such a purge. This is bad news for Hong Kong. It is bad enough that "external forces" are involved in the Umbrella Rebellion, it is even worse when "internal forces" seem to want to bring it to its final disastrous conclusion.
III. THE PEOPLE CANNOT DEPEND ON POLITICIANS OF HKSAR, CHINA OR THE WEST TO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEM, THEY MUST REMOVE THE BARRICADES THEMSELVES AND REFUSE TO SUFFER ANYMORE.
The only way to avert this fate may be for the Hong Kong residents to wage a massive rally to clear the streets of Hong Kong of all illegal barriers and blockers of public roads and transportation, and solve the problem peacefully their own way, without relying on "external" or "internal" forces, which all require the further breakdown of Hong Kong's economy to satisfy their ulterior motives. Unlike the Foreign Stooges who ape their masters in condemning the newfound freedom to vote on their next Chief Executive as undemocratic, whereas they never had such a chance under British Colonial rule, the leader of this movement to liberate Hong Kong from illegal occupants of their public roads is bound to be someone who might replace whoever will be forced down from the top, and proves that in every danger, there is an opportunity for a positive achievement.