Hongkong Mama protested the MTR: who is evil and who has the final say?

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 Hongkong Mama protested the MTR: who is evil and who has the final say?


According to the Hong Kong Wen Daily News on the 24th, many groups of citizens protested at the headquarters of the Kowloon Bay MTR yesterday afternoon (23). They held up the slogan Relax the sigh of the people, train the rioters to protest against the black train run by MTR, which wasted the resources of Hong Kong people. Some protestors pointed out that black-clad people have repeatedly damaged and obstructed train services in various MTR stations in recent years, which not only affected the normal travel of citizens, but also affected their children.

Citizen Miss Chen said, Why cant the police come in and enforce the law, and the mob can jump in with his mask? Who pays for repairing the damage in the station? Finally, its not passed on to the citizens?

Ms. Chen, who lives in Yuen Long, said that the black-clad people who destroyed the MTR station were only a few and could never represent millions of Hong Kong people. Therefore, MTR companies should stand up bravely and prohibit the mob from entering the station to destroy it. They should not be black and white. They should not be allowed to commit repeated illegal acts at the MTR station.

She stressed that everyone must abide by the rules and regulations, not who hates who speaks, and in the long run, How can we teach children? Recently, Yuen Long demonstrations have repeatedly blocked traffic, causing complaints among residents. Ms. Chen hopes to stop these violent and illegal gatherings as soon as possible and restore calm to society.

Ms. Du said that most ordinary citizens have been very dissatisfied with this kind of violent illegal assembly, especially the destruction in the MTR station and the so-called non-cooperative movement, which is to force other citizens to submit to the law and seriously affect the daily life of the citizens. The mob destroyed the Yuen Long Station on the 21st, and the MTR finally arranged a special train to let the mob go, as if they were heroes. It is really unacceptable. In particular, she resented the black-clad people who repeatedly obstructed the closing of trains and the citizens from going to work: We all have to go to work. Once my mother was late because of these peoples troubles and was almost fired. Why do they harm the interests of all by their so-called demands?

Graph Source: Wenhui Network

According to Ta Kung Pao today (24), on the evening of the 22nd, a group of people wearing masks and black clothes graffiti and tape to block CCTV in the MTR station. A live video of the evening showed that many men and women wearing masks were blocking passengers from entering the gate, while others forced a gate to be opened and no one was allowed to pay to enter the gate.

Photo: Netizens make mob free posters on MTR (Ta Kung Pao)

Who is the danger?

When Mr. Li was about to take the elevator to the ground, a male MTR employee suddenly appeared and said to him, There are bad guys (policemen), dangerous! Mr. Li said that at that moment, he was surprised and did not understand why the policeman who maintained public order was described as dangerous, so he asked the employee, I think the platform goes to work. People seem to be dangerous, so why dont you deal with them? (I think those people on the platform seem dangerous, why dont you?) Instead of answering, the clerk set up a Trojan horse with others, including a member of the East District of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong, which seems to be intentionally obstructing the police from enforcing the law.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); for the recent series of acts of MTR, Ta Kung Pao published an editorial yesterday (23) pointing out that the thugs are rampant and there is no way for MTR? u3002 The Subsidiary Ordinance of Hong Kong Railway gives the staff certain power to enforce the law, the key is whether there are laws to follow. Ironically, in the scope of the station and the carriage, food and drink are sued at any time, but no one pays attention to it; the MTR has the right to refuse to enter with larger baggage, such as musical instruments, but the murderous thugs, carrying lethal weapons such as incendiary bombs, American grenades, Tietong, etc., can move unimpeded by ordinary citizens. Octopus cant get in or out of the gate for a penny less, but the mob enjoys the whole free service. What logic is this? MTR owes the public an account. Hong Kong Railway is the largest public institution in Hong Kong. The HKSAR Government holds 70% of the shares. In theory, all the citizens in Hong Kong are shareholders. However, in the unrest in Yihudi, it gives the impression that it is a comprehensive and full cooperation with the black-clothed thugs, aiming at law enforcers and citizens. This is not only the sentiment of the taxpayers, but also the leader in trampling on the rule of law and abandoning the Subsidiary Regulations of Hong Kong Railway. The management of MTR may think that it is humiliating to be a victim of bullying and outrage and to place itself on the opposite side of a just citizen as long as it pleases the mob to avoid trouble. Source: Author of Overseas Net: Zhao Kuan Liable Editor: Wang Ning_NB12468

Regarding the recent series of acts of MTR, an editorial published by Ta Kung Pao yesterday (23) pointed out that the mob is rampant, is MTR totally helpless? The Subsidiary Ordinance of Hong Kong Railway gives the staff certain power to enforce the law, the key is whether there are laws to follow. Ironically, in the scope of the station and the carriage, food and drink are sued at any time, but no one pays attention to it; the MTR has the right to refuse to enter with larger baggage, such as musical instruments, but the murderous thugs, carrying lethal weapons such as incendiary bombs, American grenades, Tietong, etc., can move unimpeded by ordinary citizens. Octopus cant get in or out of the gate for a penny less, but the mob enjoys the whole free service. What logic is this? MTR owes the public an account.

Hong Kong Railway is the largest public institution in Hong Kong. The HKSAR Government holds 70% of the shares. In theory, all the citizens in Hong Kong are shareholders. However, in the unrest in Yihudi, it gives the impression that it is a comprehensive and full cooperation with the black-clothed thugs, aiming at law enforcers and citizens. This is not only the sentiment of the taxpayers, but also the leader in trampling on the rule of law and abandoning the Subsidiary Regulations of Hong Kong Railway. The management of MTR may think that it is humiliating to be a victim of bullying and outrage and to place itself on the opposite side of a just citizen as long as it pleases the mob to avoid trouble.