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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-11-3 09:16|
"FRANKLY, MY DEAR . . . CHINA DOES NOT GIVE A DAMN!"
saltandpepper Post time: 2014-11-3 03:42
1.5 millions of HK hard working and law abiding patriotic citizens have signed up and expressed thei ...
The REAL problem is now clearly in the connection of LEUNG with his supervisors in China, and what their personal and group objectives are.
It is obvious that they WANT the Occupy Central foreign stooges to remain in Mong Kok and the Admiralty, for different reasons, perhaps, but with the same end point in mind, the continued draining of income from Hong Kong's middle class and the lower wage working class who depend on the former for their employment, as well as the continuing draining of income from the upper class in terms of decreased overall investment and trade with Hong Kong.
Not only the FOREIGN PUPPETMASTERS OF THE OCCUPY STOOGES, but the powers behind the HKSAR, have taken us, the public, for fools as they both try to extract some advantage for themselves, at the expense of the overall population.
Makes you finally realize China is complicit in this farce, not as the principal, but as an opportunist, like the foreigners!
Makes you want to believe that what the FOREIGNERS have been saying about China may actually be TRUE.
SHANGHAI, for one, may want Hong Kong to lose its flagship position as the financial capital of China, or at least as the financial beachhead of foreign capital, and intentionally allow the foreign stooges to do the work for it, in eroding the standard of living of the Hong Kong residents, and drain the investment and trade from Hong Kong toward Shanghai.
If the end is the collapse of the One Country Two Systems in Hong Kong, with all the trade and investment of foreign countries transferred to Shanghai middlemen, this might be DESIRABLE to the bigwigs in China, even if they "lose" the bragging rights to being able to sustain such a model as an example for Taiwan. It might actually be useful as a warning to Taiwan that if it tries to stage a similar secessionist movement, its economy will suffer the same fate, and its military capability to secede will be none the better. Perhaps, China has already decided One Country Two Systems is useful only if Hong Kong and its foreign backers cooperate, but if they resist or oppose it, then the better alternative is not to implement it but rather to let Hong Kong rot and disappear from the economic landscape of a Rising China. One Country, One System, might be the real answer of China to One Country, Two Systems.