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HOW MANY OF ITS LACKEYS DOES THE BRITISH EMPIRE WANT TO TAKE HOME? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-9-1 17:21:47 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-9-1 17:50

CHECKPOINTS AT ALL ENTRY AND EXIT POINTS TO PROTEST MARCHES ARE NEEDED TO VERIFY THE CITIZENSHIP OF ANY PROTESTER, WATCHER OR REPORTER OF THE FOREIGN-BACKED MARCHES ABOUT TO UNFURL IN HONG KONG AND MACAO.

Any protest against the authority of the Chinese Central government to appoint the HKSAR Chief Executive is a challenge to the constitution of the People's Republic of China and when verbally expressed, is a crime of Lese Majeste, but when physically expressed as in obstructing the enforcement of public order and law, is a crime of subversion, sedition and treason.  There is no such thing as a freedom of speech to reject the sovereignty of the country of which one is a citizen inside a part of that same country, just as there is no such thing as being separate from something that one is a part of, no matter how easily such nonsense can be constructed with words and defended with lies.

Either the protesters accept the sovereignty of China and can be Chinese citizens, or they reject the sovereignty of China and cannot be Chinese citizens.  This protest is therefore not solely or mainly about what the protesters wish to declare to the world - their rejection of the sovereignty of China in Hong Kong - but rather, it is solely and mainly about the nationality and citizenship of the protesters themselves, as to whether they are or are not Chinese citizens.  Even as they shout and scream in the streets of Hong Kong, the real issue of their being or not being citizens, and therefore permanent residents, is the DUTY OF THE HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINSITRATIVE REGION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA to verify, and if inconsistent with the facts shown by the actions of the protesters, IT IS THE DUTY OF THE HKSAR to correct and modify their citizenship and residency status, speedily as an administrative exercise of the sovereignty of the People's Republic of China, and reject these rejecters of its sovereignty, as citizens of China and residents of Hong Kong.


WHAT ARE PASSPORTS AND NATIONAL ID CARD FOR, IF NOT FOR VERIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE BY THEIR HOLDERS OF THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN HONG KONG, TO ENABLE THE PUBLIC OFFICIALS TO VALIDATE ON THE SPOT THEIR RIGHT TO PROTEST AND TO LIVE IN HONG KONG?  IT IS TIME TO PUT THESE DOCUMENTS TO USE, NOT JUST IN THE AIRPORTS, BUT RIGHT IN THE STREETS WHERE THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT IS UNDER PHYSICAL SIEGE AND ATTACK.

All protesters, watchers, and reporters must carry with them at all times, their pasports or national ID cards, so that the government can do its constitutionally legal duty, as in Article 23 of the Basic Law, to stop all acts and actors of subversion, sedition, secession and treason, as well as stop all foreign interference with domestic political processes, such as the question of the manner of selection of the Chief Executive, and its timetable.  Any offiicial protest from a foreign government on behalf of Chinese citizens living in Hong Kong is either an interference in the domestic affairs of China, or prima facie proof that such individuals are de facto foreign subversives rather than bona fide Chinese citizens, and should be treated as such.


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Post time 2014-9-3 16:26:06 |Display all floors
IMPLEMENTING BASIC LAW'S ARTICLE 23 IS HKSAR'S ANSWER TO THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

Time to start sifting the chaff from the wheat, and verifying the citizenship of Hong Kong residents.  Those who believe that democracy in Hong Kong cannot exist with China as the sovereign country deserve neither Hong Kong or democracy, and should begin to be processed as non-citizens and non-residents.  Upon presentation of their "analysis" of Hong Kong by the UK parliament, the process of depatriation from China, and repatriation to Britain must begin.

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