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OCCUPY CENTRAL IS A CRIME, NOT AN OUT OF CONTROL MOVEMENT.   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-10-15 12:29:39 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-10-15 13:38

After hearing Leung's apologism for "Occupy Central" that it is a "movement out of control" instead of a pre-meditated large scale crime against society and the rule of law, against the very government of the HKSAR, and of the sovereignty of China, we find no difference between what he said, and what a protester's placard said, that Occupy Central is a movement without a leader, but is a spontaneous evolution from the masses' discontent with China.  How can it be a masses' discontent product, when the real masses, 99.8% of the Hong Kong population did not join in the foreign-supported and criminal "Occupy Central" operation?

How can the movement be "out of control" when it in fact, at that time, controlled the main public roads and subways to the commercial heart of Hong Kong Central?  How did these "out of control" illegal occupiers of public roads get fed?  Get their barricades, to begin with?  Or, get the Western media support leading to front page lies about their "success" and their overwhelming support from the populace, when they numbered only 0.14% of the population of Hong Kong?  Is that a sign that the movement was "out of control"?  Or, is this a way of the HKSAR government refusing to go after the architects and engineers of this CRIME AGAINST THE HONG KONG PEOPLE, by saying there are no architects, no masterminds, no planners, and that this is all a spontaneous evolution from the discontent of the Hong Kong people against China's "interference" in what is 100% her internal affairs?

The "Occupy Central" Western media production is a CRIME SO BROAD AND SO DEEP THAT IT REQUIRES THE TOTAL WISDOM, INTELLIGENCE, AND EFFORT OF THE HONG KONG SAR GOVERNMENT TO DELVE INTO, rather than to sweep under the rug of being an "uncontrolled movement".  It is not "out of control".  It was very much in control, except it failed to control the rest of the 99.8% of the Hong Kong residents, and the 1.3 billion intelligent men and women of China.  

"Occupy Central" is an act of economic terrorism and sabotage.  It is a crime against Hong Kong's residents and their legitimate government.  If the HKSAR government cannot even agree it is a pre-meditated economic attack on Hong Kong, then China must find a more capable and willing leader to enforce its public laws, defend its residents rights and remedy their losses that easily could top one billion dollars for 3 weeks of lost income, lost opportunities, and health lost to traffic snarls that delay their medical care.




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Post time 2014-10-15 13:58:45 |Display all floors
All these students who don't return to schools
but go on illegal street protests causing public disturbance, traffic chaos & obstruction
ought to be arrested and expelled from schools.
Please don't shoot, I'm just a babe.

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Post time 2014-10-15 14:51:44 |Display all floors
coralbay Post time: 2014-10-15 14:17
So your argument is that the HK protests have no legitimacy because 99.8% of the population did not  ...

The overwhelming majority of the Chinese people on the mainland in 1949 supported the communist party, due in no small measure to the extreme degree of graft and corruption of the Chiang regime.  Coralbay is MsMao.  The pattern of lying is about the same.

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Post time 2014-10-15 14:52:46 |Display all floors
I am glad that Seneca and Coralbay agree that Leung should remain the Chief Executive of HKSAR.

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