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Wrong to tag Hong Kong as a British Colony [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-7-5 10:03:50 |Display all floors
It is erroneous to depict Hong Kong as a former british colony. Isn't Hong Kong all the time China's?

Why don't the people in Hong Kong and the mainland start to educate the entire Hong Kong people widely of the heinous events carried out by the british that forced China to lease Hong Kong for almost nothing to them? Then the british humiliated and treated you Chinese as lesser than normal people. Clearly british humanity, human rights and moral compass never existed. When the Hong Kong protestors turn a blind eye to british atrocities, waive the british flags in their own country and attack their own sovereign, they have committed treason. Its not just crossing the line as erroneously put by the Hong Kong legal fraternity.

The british in essence were only tenants in their stay in Hong Kong.

One just have to look at the weaker natives in Australia for what would have happened to you Chinese had you all been weaker. The natives in Australia almost disappeared and this can happen to you all. That was the heinous purpose of British's opium strategy which some Hong Kong people still worship, pretty stupid.

Some people from Hong Kong should come together to sue Jeremy Hunt in Hong Kong for unwarranted contributory incitement of violence and treason in Hong Kong. There will be british support. Leave him guilty in Hong Kong without extradition. If the british negotiates for a truce, get them to run a 6 months publicity campaign to educate the Hong Kong people that they are Chinese and tell them that UK will never ever interfere with China's internal affairs thereafter. Don't worry about the funding. The british will definitely ask their trained puppy Hong Kong businessmen cum UK espionage agents for the funds. Tthe british won't hurt themselves first.

China and UK can shake hands after that, work together and move forward. Its never about making enemies out of the Anglos. Of course don't be stupid, the Anglos will still find ways to weaken you Chinese. Its a question of managing them, using their networks for yourselves and helping them to correct their wrongs. Work with all closely, the English, the Scottish, the Welsh and the Irish and win all their affection and loyalty. Show them how to do it the right way - the Chinese way.

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Post time 2019-7-5 12:23:38 |Display all floors
One is puzzled by the whole event.

How can keeping Hong Kong from becoming a criminal hideout by extraditing criminals and murderers away from the society there be an affront to the rioters' understanding of freedom? They sure have a funny way of describing freedom.

All the nai-char (milked tea) won't be able to clarify the reason for the riot and destruction of public property besides loss of business time (which is paramount at that place).

Maybe the real reason are those wads of banknotes dished out to the youngsters by certain elements that look too westernized not to be have been influenced in the company of certain insalubrious-looking western elements on the roads as photographed.  

Also maybe, the USD10 million needed to replace the damage done to public property would have to come out of government funds which could have otherwise been used to help those rioters get jobs, work harder and be better citizens. Not support mischief-makers and propagandists to make Hong Kong a haven for criminals as prelude to disrupting other places.

Has the US movie Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest already made its run through Hong Kong cinemas?

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Post time 2019-7-5 15:00:17 |Display all floors
HK has enjoyed special treatment in terms of financial support and taxation exemption since it was returned to the motherland, and the freedom it has taken for granted now is something the UK had never granted in the colonial era.

So what's this uproar instigated by the UK and US is all about?
Believe it or not, it's true.

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