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THOSE WHO PROTEST THE SOVEREIGNTY OF CHINA IN HONG KONG MUST BE DEPORTED!   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-7-22 11:47:02 |Display all floors
cruising Post time: 2014-7-21 18:24
and the answer is? i havent been following the news.

LESE MAJESTE IS A DANGEROUS CRIME AGAINST THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE 1.3 BILLION PEOPLE OF CHINA OVER HONG KONG.

Those who commit the crime of Lese Majeste against the sovereignty of the 1.3 billion people of China under the Basic Law, Artilce 23, are already criminals, and are merely awaiting prosecution.  This has not yet been done by China, for fear of UK and western repercussions.  Or, repercussions on the separatists in Taiwan.  But, when the time comes when action cannot be delayed, revocation of their Chinese citizenship with immediate deportation, will be the outcome to these unsuspecting puppets of masters who want they to remain coolies and maids, not lords and ladies, walking the parks of London, as they imagine themselves to do one day.

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Post time 2014-7-22 11:52:07 |Display all floors
NgTran Post time: 2014-7-21 23:22
Technical question:

To where you want to deport a Chinese citizen from Hongkong ???

Yes, if your government suspects you of terrorism or treason, it can confiscate your passport and even strip you of your citizenship.
You must apply for a visa to re-enter your own country.
The UK has stripped at least 42 people of their citizenship, including at least five born in Britain.
Under UK law, the government can revoke a person’s British citizenship without a court hearing. The home secretary has the exclusive power to use this authority and can do so whenever deemed “condusive to the public good.” This process allows all deliberations to occur secretly.
In the US, a law proposed in 2010 would revoke the citizenship of individuals – including native-born Americans – deemed to be "engaging in, or purposefully or materially supporting, hostilities” against the United States. This would spare the Uncle Sam the embarrassment of assassinating his own citizens, although this is now established US policy. The Obama administration admits to killing at least four US citizens in drone strikes, including a 16-year-old boy.
You’re attending a political protest. The crowd gets a little rowdy and smashes the windows of a local bank. A bank teller falls on the glass and is seriously injured or killed. Presto… you and everyone involved in the rally might now be considered terrorists.
Once the government classifies you as a terrorist, it can seize and ultimately forfeit everything you own, whether or not those assets are connected to terrorism. It can detain you indefinitely, without ever charging you with a crime.
Take that, you Occupy Wall Street hoodlums and Tea Party hooligans. If you become "hostile" in your opposition to the ruling party, you just might find yourself involuntarily expatriated and in permanent military detention.
U.S. government authorities who detain British passport-holders must notify the nearest high commission and must return any recovered passports issued by the British Home Office.
hope this helps...
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Post time 2014-7-22 12:00:47 |Display all floors
shameless Post time: 2014-7-22 11:52
Yes, if your government suspects you of terrorism or treason, it can confiscate your passport and  ...

China and its appointed Hong Kong Chief Executive should at the very least void the citizenship of 200 of the leaders of the UK-supported subversive movement that parades their contempt of China's sovereignty in broad daylight in open parade through the busiest streets of Hong Kong.  

Democracy, true democracy, can NEVER exist with foreign lackeys protesting the sovereignty of the very country where such democracy is to exist.

The reason China can give for deporting these fellows?  In order to hasten the time when true democratic universal suffrage can be implemented in Hong Kong, minus foreign lackeys who listen only to their foreign bosses.  With such people parading the streets in the name of democracy without restraint, there is NO CHANCE for true democracy or universal suffrage.  Smart Hong Kong residents should go out to the streets to tell these foreign lackeys to get out of Hong Kong, so that they can have universal suffrage when the conditions are ripe, one of which is the absence of foreign influence over their own elections.

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Post time 2014-7-22 12:16:48 |Display all floors
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Post time 2014-7-22 12:39:57 |Display all floors
When Lese Majeste Is Accompanied by Mob Pushing and Rushing of Police Officers, It Becomes Treason.

The definition of "treason" was made clear in the aftermath of the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 that took place in Pittsburgh, and of all places, Washington County, where liquor manufacturers took action against the collector of a federal liquor excise tax, strpped him naked, and branded him with hot iron pokers.  The banner of the rebels was "Liberty" as usual, but in taking arms to oppose their national government, they crossed the line into treason, which was made clear.  Treason was defined originally as levying war against the national government.  In the trials that followed, US Circuit Court Judge William Patterson instructed the jury that "levying war" includes armed opposition to the enforcement of a federal law.

If the Hong Kong activist use their fists, feet, bodies to push, rush, or crowd out policemen maintaining peace and order in the streets and public places, even if their arms are their very own flesh and bones, but since they are aimed in opposition to the enforcement of a public law, they can be considered to be acts of treason.

Article 23 of the Basic Law, as passed by the Chinese People's Congress stipulates that the Chief Executive and the HKSAR legislature must define and assign penalties for subversion and treason.  With activists waving a foreign flag in Hong Kong, China, the red line has been crossed.  Revocations of citizenship and deportation are now necessary to maintain peace and order for the rest of Hong Kong residents.

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Post time 2014-7-22 14:52:57 |Display all floors
shameless Post time: 2014-7-22 11:52
Yes, if your government suspects you of terrorism or treason, it can confiscate your passport and  ...

That always requires either a "previous" or a "second" citizenship.

I assume that the vast majority of the Chinese population will not qualify for deportation.

You always can deport them to a re-education camp.

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Post time 2014-7-22 14:55:05 |Display all floors
YEAH, deport them who disagree !

Voltaire ?

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