Carrie Lam announces delay of bill debate as disagreement is still tense in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced Saturday her government has decided to suspend the proposals to the Extradition Law and said she had not done good enough to persuade the citizens.

Meeting the media in a press conference in the afternoon, Lam said: “I now announce that the government has decided to suspend the legislative amendment exercise, restart our communication with all sectors of society, do more explanation work and listen to different views of society.”

Half a month ago, Guo Wengui was the first to tell that Carrie Lam drafted the Extradition bill herself and submitted it to the Central Government. His intelligence in Beijing had briefed him on the details.

Yesterday (June 14) Kurt Walter Tong, U.S. Consul General and its top diplomat in Hong Kong and Macau, was replaced by Mr. Hanscom Smith. Apparently, Hurt Tong was disqualified with his intelligence failure to foresee the politics behind the Extradition Law amendment.

We cannot confirm that Hurt Tong was a victim of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s BGY scheme, but he must have long become CCP’s target. Although the U.S. government has over five thousand intelligence employees in Hong Kong which is the intelligence center in East Asia, the Trump Administration has relied a lot on intelligence from Guo Wengui when it comes to politics within the CCP leadership.

When over one million people turned out for demonstrations in Hong Kong urging Carrie Lam to step down, the world seems to come to sense that the real battlefield is Hong Kong, not the trade war, not Venezuela or Cuba, not Iran or North Korea. Guo Wengui has said repeatedly that Hong Kong will become the grave yard of the Chinese Communist Party.

For over two years with his whistle blows in New York, revealing the crimes and scandals of the CCP leadership, Guo Wengui has succeeded in convincing the western world that the present danger of the humanity is the CCP. After the HNA scandal and the murder of its co-founder Wang Jian by CCP, the territory of Hong Kong is now the biggest battlefield where a huge grave has been dug for burial of the CCP regime.

When Hong Kong becomes the key battlefield, all forces won’t easily back down. That’s why we are going to see more demonstrations and even a general strike in the coming days. It is sure now security guards from the mainland will join the procession in plain clothes to monitor the developments or stir up turbulence.

Even though Cam Lam resigns and withdraws the bill under pressure, the fight will not be over yet. As Hong Kong people will demand more besides punishing Carrie Lam and other officials, the Central government is afraid of losing control over Hong Kong. In essence, the CCP leadership in Beijing won’t agree to a democratic victory in Hong Kong.

As Hong Kong is a free trade center and world financial hub, the corrupt CCP leadership has hidden most of their wealth in the territory. Hong Kong has been the refuge for money laundering of different families of the CCP leadership. Within this leadership, there is severe wrestling and fighting every single day. The replacement of the chief executive will affect the interests of different parties. Besides, the U.S., the UK, and other countries also have their own interests there. To protect their interests, no parties will easily back down. But the main fights will be within the CCP leadership.

We are not telling that the U.S.government or Guo Wengui will wipe out the CCP regime in Hong Kong. Internal fights within the CCP leadership for interests in Hong Kong will finally bring down the Communist Regime. Donald Trump, Guo Wengui, and even the effects of the demonstrations in Hong Kong are only assisting forces in the battlefield.

Guo Wengui said earlier today that his intelligence within the CCP leadership has told him that Carrie Lam submitted his resignation yesterday but no response was given by the Central Government.

Within the CCP leadership, there must be doubts among the members as to “who is leaking the information?” And this will add to more fights within the leadership.

Even though the Central government approves Carrie Lam’s resignation, she cannot just walk away. There must be somebody who is to be responsible for this violent incident in Hong Kong.

Next, there is going to be a huge drama in Hong Kong. The world attention will continue to focus on what’s happening in the former colony.

Everything is just beginning.

By Cloudy Seagail

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