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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-9 11:07|
Recent revelations from Australia about the business dealings of Leung throws some light on his background that even Chinese top leaders may not have known anything about. They do not prove any wrong was done. It only showed that there is some deficiency in China's knowledge of his backers, friends, and partners. In fact, such dealings could have been used to blackmail him to bow to Western demands. By the Australian activists blowing the cover, such blackmail becomes a lot harder to carry out, but by no means impossible, if the news were suppressed, as it seems to be by now, in less than 24 hours of its being published. From black to white, and now back to black.
The barricades are still up, despite their providing China no benefit in terms of control of the ultimate outcome of the Occupy Central movement. They are a huge liability for China, actually, as the inevitable "walk out" and "breakdown" of the talks between the HKSAR and the traitors would give the foreign stooges more "reasons" to mount a second wave of protest, swarming more students and adults into their permanent bastion of barricades, dutifully preserved for them by the HKSAR, none other.
There is a subtext being rumored in the Chinese news circuit, that all this dragging out and delay of a resolution of the Occupy Central could have been a ruse to force Xi to take a stand, and accept the responsibility for defusing it, after which the foreign operatives would then ADAMANTLY DEMAND CHINA TO BACK DOWN ON VETTING ITS CANDIDATES FOR CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF HKSAR - forcing the outcome to either of two alternatives: (1) China loses its right to veto any pro-Western nominee for the Chief Executive post, or (2) China would have to enforce its sovereignty by sending in the PLA, which would risk losses of lives, and foreign condemnation.
The best solution is for China to appoint an "interim Chief Executive" who would proceed to dismantle the barricades, take all the blame and the glory too, and leave China and HKSAR with a better set of choices than it now has.
Preferably, he should convene the LegCo and pass the simplified National Sovereignty Law posted in this forum, that stipulates acceptance of China's sovereignty in Hong Kong as the prerequisite for continued validity of any claims of Chinese citizenship, permanent residence or visa privilege for anyone in Hong Kong. China must define who is a valid voter in any election, and what a valid voter must have to be a voter, which in all countries, must be proof of citizenship, implied by which is acceptance of the sovereignty of the country in the location where he intends to vote.
Thus, we see no real effort by either Leung or his supervisors in Beijing to bring the Occupy Central protest to a permanent close, as there is absolutely no effort on anyone's part to bring about the implementation of Article 23, that this traumatic experience of Hong Kong teaches is critical to its peace, order and prosperity.