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" Once again, the European Union, for its own partisan purposes, has sought to exploit the situation. Earlier this year, even though nine of its member states had already signed extradition treaties with the Chinese mainland, the EU expressed its concerns to Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor over the city having a similar arrangement. |
This, of course, was the height of hypocrisy, not least because Bulgaria, France, Italy and Spain had all recently returned fugitives to Beijing for trial, without problem. Spain alone has returned 218 fugitives, over telecommunications fraud, with the last group of 94 having been surrendered as recently as June.
This time, the EU's foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, has described the arrest of the suspects in Hong Kong as "extremely worrying", warning that the EU was "watching closely". If, however, Mogherini wants to watch anything "closely", she should scrutinize what is happening in the EU itself, in France.
Since the "yellow vest" protest movement began in Paris, in November 2018, there have been, as recently reported by the French Mediapart website, 11 deaths, with more than 2,000 people injured, including 95 journalists.
At least 23 demonstrators have also lost their eyesight as a result of police action.
In the first seven months of the yellow vest protests, French police arrested 8,400 protesters, of whom about 2,400 were remanded to custody. On Bastille Day alone (July 14), 157 protesters were arrested. There have been hundreds of prosecutions.
However, much of what has happened in France has been downplayed by the EU, or simply ignored.
Instead of hypocritically lecturing Hong Kong, Mogherini should take a long, hard look at the EU itself. Given its own record of policing demonstrations, the EU is in no position to pass judgment on others. Although it may think it can bully Hong Kong, it must remember that, even in these cynical times, double standards are always incompatible with credibility. "
The article above is very well presented and factual :
One cannot see the value of the criticism and so-called concern blared by the EU's foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, so blindly and naively. The EU is hiding its own internal mass public crisis by invoking the situation of HK in such a way to divert its own troubles from its public outcries. This is truly cowardice and shameful of the EU though there must be questions about her hypocritical opinion.
Is Federica fit to be the foreign policy chief of the EU to insult the laws of HK (SAR) China ?
Is she being bribed by other hypocritical allies such the USA and Britain to collude with them to stir up and spur more troubles in HK (SAR) China ?
They ( NATO allies ) must all remember well in their sleepy heads and wayward hearts that HK is China and it can never be wracked up again by foreign NATO gangsters like they had viciously invaded, murdered, raped, burned and ransacked old-China a century ago when the latter was hopelessly a rat-shit house of sleeping lords. Old, ugly and horrendous days of China are gone for good unless every city and/or nation in this world wishes to burn forever in toxic ashes : remember this scenario well for it is no longer an unilateral onerous city and/or nation to burn and die, but all together as in one world of ashes and toxic air forever !
Western forces (NATO) must refocus to develop a healthy world as one to live together peacefully and harmoniously. All unnecessary words are completely empty promises, politically and/or jealously, as well as being uselessness to all the people of the world.
MIND YOUR OWN INTERNAL AFFAIRS AND GOVERN THEM WELL IS SMARTER IN TODAY'S WORLD OF MULTILATERAL COOPERATION, MUTUAL TRUST AND RESPECT.