It was the first day back to school for students, but classrooms in Hong Kong schools and universities were mostly empty on Monday September 2 when most of them were out on the streets or in parks protesting. Thousands have gathered at Chinese University of Hong Kong in Sha Tin.
Many workers and office staff also joined the general strike yesterday, participating assemblies mainly in three locations Tamar Park, Admiralty, and Edingburgh Place.
“What’s the use of sitting in classes while the society is in turmoil as such!” said of the slogans at the gathering in the Hong Kong Chinese University.
Police announced yesterday that they’ve arrested 1,117 people since the mass pro-democracy protests started in June and the youngest arrested on August 31 was only 13 years old.
When primary school children are forced out onto the streets protesting, any government could be viewed as incompetent or illegitimate, but the shameless Central government claimed in an editorial over the weekend that “The 7 million Hong Kongers back the Hong Kong police alongside 1.4 billion Chinese people”.
There have been reports about police chasing and harassing students inside their school campuses.
The CCP government thinks they represent justice and the evil police thinks they are the law; thus they think they can do whatever things they like. But between the heavens and the earth, there is the law of the universe and the law of humanity. If they dare to hurt our little children, millions of parents and grandparents would risk their lives to confront their fake government and bring those evil policemen to hell.
People’s Daily branded the protesters as terrorists, saying that they have “kidnapped Hong Kong” and been “warned of naivety.”
Truly, only naive people would think those evil forces are native Hong Kong police; they are no doubt armed police or PLA troops from the mainland.
Caring for the fate of Hong Kong after near three months of protests, millions of people around the world have been moved by the bravery of Hong Kongers to pursue liberty. At the same time, more and more people have come to understand the criminal mentality of the Communist leadership.
The Chinese Communist government has never thought of responding to concerns of the people or taken actions to solve the problems raised by the people; instead it is taking actions to deal with the people who dare to question their misconducts.
They also blame the outsiders who voice their support for the protesters. As the People’s Daily said in its editorial on Monday, “Some U.S. politicians have lost their mind by relating China’s domestic affairs to China-U.S. bilateral economic and trade consultations, which revealed their evil intension to contain China by throwing Hong Kong into turmoil.”
We don’t feel the “evil intension” of the Americans supporting others fighting for their basic human rights. We do feel the “evil intension” of millions of Chinese hoping to take down the Communist dictatorship that has ruled the country for 70 years.
Xunhua went on to claim, “We strongly condemn the concerned U.S. politicians’ blatant interference in the Hong Kong affairs, which are China’s internal affairs, by ignoring the facts and confounding black and white with a malicious intent.”
“Protests went ahead on August 31 despite police objection. They besieged Hong Kong’s government and the Legislative Council building, placed flaming barricades on the streets, and threw gasoline bombs at the police,” People’s Daily seems to be telling the truth on the streets in Hong Kong.
The CCP regime is trying by all means to legalize their brutal crackdown, claiming “Under such circumstances, the Hong Kong police have every right to respond with force, and take necessary measures to protect public order and security. Prompt decisions are needed on the spot, and any actions to stop violence are legal and reasonable.”
Therefore, there were indiscriminate attacks on innocent citizens in the subway on August 31, countless beatings with police rods and poles, firing of teargas and rubble bullets at very close distance, and smashes into school kids and the elderly. And more ridiculously after the attacks, they held a routine press conference to label these innocent civilians “rioters”.
The state-run Xinhua News later said with its propaganda machine, “The egregious character of the ruthless acts by a small number of extreme rioters in Hong Kong is rare in the world, and the Hong Kong police had no choice but to use the minimum level of force to maintain social order and peace. It is not difficult for any unbiased person to identify the cause and effect, and distinguish between right and wrong.”
Xinhua said, “Behind the violence and chaos in Hong Kong is an elaborate scheme of the rioters and their patrons whose real intent is clearly exposed now. They tried to stir up unrest in Hong Kong and compromise the One Country Two Systems principle, before spreading the Color Revolution into the Chinese mainland.”
Anyone with clear mind would say that One Country Two Systems is already dead in Hong Kong because of CCP’s violation of the Joint Declaration and the Hong Kong Basic Law.
The CCP dictatorship has ruled out three bottom lines which must not be crossed: no one should harm the national sovereignty and security; no one should challenge the power of the central authorities and the authority of the Basic Law of the HKSAR; no one should use Hong Kong to infiltrate and undermine the mainland. CCP has warned over and over of those “attempting to disrupt Hong Kong and antagonize China”.
For long, the CCP has been playing with terminology and trying to confuse the world between the mainland and Hong Kong, between China and the Communist Government, between Chinese and the radical group of the CCP leadership. Now the world has a clear mind that the CCP does not represent China or the Chinese people.
The CCP has accused all opposing forces of stirring up a color revolution to challenge the Central Government. But wait…not just that! Though never encouraging violence, we are telling them in clear words that with the crimes that they have committed and disasters they have brought to the Chinese nation, we are not just “stirring up a revolution to take down the Central Government” or to overthrow the Chinese Communist Party; we are here to declare the CCP as a terrorist organization, to “eliminate” or “completely wipe out” the Chinese Communist Party from the earth, to brand the CCP leadership as terrorists, and to hang these criminals as Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan onto gallows.
According to Reuters, embattled Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she has caused “unforgivable havoc” by igniting the political crisis engulfing the city and would quit if she had a choice, according to an audio recording of remarks she made last week to a group of businesspeople.
At the closed-door meeting, Lam told the group that she now has “very limited” room to resolve the crisis because the unrest has become a national security and sovereignty issue for China amid rising tensions with the United States.
“If I have a choice,” she said, speaking in English, “the first thing is to quit, having made a deep apology.”
Carrie Lam would never be able to have her own choices as she had chosen to be a running dog for the dictatorship. Her Hong Kong government is only a puppet administration. As CCP killer Guo Wengui has said “Anyone who has colluded with the CCP must end in disasters!”
“Hong Kong is not dead yet. Maybe she is very, very sick, but she is not dead yet,” Carrie Lam said.
Hong Kong will have a future. But Carrie Lam’s future is no existence.
Some political analysts have suggested the Hong Kongers to have a Non-cooperation Movement like Mahatma Gandhi leading the Indian independence from British rule.
Some people have looked into Martin Luther King’s solution for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience.
Some people thought of the Boxer Rebellion in late Qing dynasty when the martial arts practitioners acted in revolt against the Qing government and later western invaders.
None of them will work for today’s Hong Kong or China. Surely, more brutal crackdown by PLA troops must happen and there must be more bloodshed in the streets of Hong Kong.
With God’s mercy and blessings, Hong Kongers must have the wisdom for more effective ways to save themselves and finally help bring down the evil Communist regime.
Everything is just beginning.
By Cloudy Seagail