She pointed out that some people in the name of freedom or justice, but in fact continue to commit acts of sabotage, lawlessness and damage the rule of law in Hong Kong. These acts of sabotage have plunged Hong Kong society into a state of panic. Many people are worried about whether they can go to work and school normally. Many people also give up spending and meeting friends on weekends.
She criticized the large-scale attacks on law enforcement agencies, including the police force, in order to destroy the rule of law in Hong Kong, advocated hate police and black police statements, maliciously attacked police officers with some unconfirmed pictures and short films, and even spread the attacks to their families. She stressed that the Hong Kong Police Force is an important pillar of the rule of law in Hong Kong. This kind of confrontation between the police and the public is totally unhelpful to Hong Kong.
As an open, free, inclusive and economically stable society, Hong Kong will probably suffer from five labors and seven injuries if violence persists. It will take a long time to recover. More than 7 million people will be unable to live and work in peace and stability.
She pointed out that whether it is to eliminate public panic, restore confidence in Hong Kong, or restore Hong Kongs economy, violence needs to be stopped first. It is hoped that all sectors of society will put aside their differences and jointly oppose violence and restore order as soon as possible.