Hong Kong is around 100 years old. How many times have you seen trains derailed to this extent?
You will see soon how many more people will be scolded, arrested, or even killed by Wang Qishan.
But things will not end just like this. When I said some buildings might be set on fire, Wang Qishan may just ask his men to set a building on fire or shut down a certain power plant. Then there is a fire.
You may have never met or talked to this devil Wang Qishan. Just think of a scene in a movie, and imagine the most evil person making his appearance in the movie: he got the rascal style in him. That’s why Beijing people call him “Rascal Second” or “Devil Sixth”.
My fellow Hong Kong friends, as I said two days ago, the toughest moment for Hong Kong has just arrived.
When Wang Qishan went to Guangdong two weeks ago, ready to take charge of the Hong Kong affairs by himself, he put forth seven guidelines in his strategy to pacify Hong Kong.
Do you know what kind of books Wang Qishan often reads about Chinese history? He has a special interests in such evil characters as Zhao Gao, Zhang Xianzhong and Li Zhicheng.
He has learnt from the “merits” of these radical characters. They all thought: the greater difficulty of the country, the higher the chance for them to be successful; the more people die, the more grass they eat, the more likely he would be better-off.
This is the logic of all communists. As long as he was in the upper echelons of the Chinese Communist Party, he shows no mercy at all for the life and death of the ordinary people.
By Guo Wengui
Translation by staff
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