The first words Mr. Steve Bannon said when he walked into the studio where Guo Wengui and his warrior friends are live broadcasting Hong Kong are, “They called out the vote, the latest. The Guardian has reported debate on extradition bill delayed after tens of thousands of people protest”.
Mr. Bannon said it is a huge victory for the kids of Hong Kong and this is amazing.
Guo Wengui said delay means our victory. “In whatever ways, it is the victory of the Hong Kong people. But this is not the end. From this moment on, the Carrie Lam government has come to its end. Next, we are going to see Carrie Lam leave, absolutely,” said Guo in the live broadcast in New York.
Guo has called on the third team of warrior friends to retreat for some rest while the remaining shall continue in position to protest and request for Carrie Lam’s resignation. “We will have young girls lifting up posters demanding Lam’s step-down,” Guo said.
Further actions suggested by Guo Wengui for continuing protests include street demonstrations only after 10:00 pm, 200 truck drivers blocking 73 entrances and exits of transportation, control over Hong Kong’s water and electricity, cutting off communication between Hong Kong police and PLA soldiers, working teams distributed into different areas of procession, and continuing efforts for 75 hours.
Guo Wengui said these days, the younger generation, especially the 90s of Hong Kong, has shown the greatness of togetherness in their united efforts to confront the Chinese Communist Party. They have demonstrated that Hong Kong people value the rule of law and their determination that justice and righteousness must prevail.
Particularly, the religious organizations in Hong Kong have played a very important role during the process of assisting the demonstrations. A choir sang for the whole night yesterday at the government headquarters delivering the message of God, and greatly moved the police.
“We are so proud of Hong Kong people and we have total faith that God will stand by our side to assist Hong Kong people, ” a warrior friend said as she joined the live broadcast of Guo.media in New York.
Mr. Bannon said, “Here you see kids very disciplined, very nice but focused … they are not going to back down. You see what educated people can do. This is what the CCP don’t want the Chinese youth to be. Right now in Beijing, forget about Carrie Lam, they are watching this. They are not in good place. They understand they have a huge problem. If this is going to spread, it’s going like wild fire.”
In the past two days, different organizations have called for a general strike in Hong Kong on Wednesday and continue to push the Hong Kong government to withdraw the extradition bill.
Posters calling for strike on Wednesday when a legislation debate was planned.
A public notice by Good Neighbor North District Church calls on churches, social services, industrial and commercial entities, and schools for a general strike on Wednesday.
Student unions of 7 key universities held a press conference on Tuesday calling for a general strike on their campuses. They include The Chinese University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, The Education University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Baptist University, the University of Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
Edited by staff