It is worth reading Liang Zhenyings articles on understanding the situation in Hong Kong

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 It is worth reading Liang Zhenyings articles on understanding the situation in Hong Kong


1. young people

What is the motivation for Hong Kongs youth to participate in violent activities in large numbers and for a long time? I think motivation is not conscience, not love, but hatred. I say this because we can not only see their hatred in the violence, but also see that in the growth of young people, there are far more people and speech who spread hatred than teach them love and conscience. Lets take a look at the propaganda of some media in Hong Kong, especially the so-called news on the Internet for a long time, and see the speech of some teachers. Thats why I think teachers who spread hatred must be dismissed. We must protect the next generation from hatred.

This is also my constant reminder that we should be alert to the fact that there are people in society who are radicalizing their youth. Hong Kong society has not paid attention to the stimulated evolution of young people, let alone studied it, but this problem has attracted widespread attention and response in western countries.

2. media

Who is a reporter? I want to get a membership card

We often see a large number of people who call themselves journalists on TV, standing in line between the police and the mob. Are there so many journalists in Hong Kong? Why dont we see so many journalists in the demonstrations and riots in London and Barcelona?

Thank you, Miss Ye Jiawen, for giving us the answer.

At the police regular press conference the day before yesterday, ye Jiawen, who claimed to be a journalist, was expelled because she took a flashlight photo of her to protest at the top of the police; after that, the press card she used to enter the scene was circulated on the Internet. It can be seen on the Internet that the so-called press card is only the membership card of the Hong Kong Press Association numbered F200, not the work card of media organizations.

Originally, there was no fixed work of media organizations. The person who applied to the Press Association for membership card the day before was also a reporter. He could also bring props and disturb the press conference at the police headquarters. Ye Jiawen became a media darling when she made a scene at the press conference. She hinted on the radio program today that the police had put her membership card on the Internet. Miss Ye despises the police too much. I know more about the ability of the police. If the police want to do it, their ability is thousands of times larger than that of the fanatics who start their families.

Finally, I want to consult the Press Association. I have compiled student newspapers, contributed to Chinese and foreign newspapers and magazines for a long time, worked as a director of media organizations, and also as a host of current affairs programs of radio and television stations. I have received thousands of media interviews and am familiar with media interview techniques. Although I havent read the science of communication, I know that many journalists havent read the science of communication. Id like to apply for a membership card of your association so that I can ask the officials calmly and ask the experts politely at the press conference to bring out the truth of the incident. Is it difficult to get a membership card?

We really want to respect journalists and respect ourselves.

A bad apple

Who cares more about the cause of death than her mother when a 15-year-old girl dies? Its apple daily!

The 15-year-old girls floating body in Tseung Kwan O, her mother publicly called for everyone to stop, not to disturb their families, to let the dead rest and their families return to peace. How does Apple Daily respond? Even the front page continued to question the cause of death. The effect is that mothers and other family members continue to be hurt, and more teenagers deepen hatred and go on the line of fire, including vandalism in the schools where the deceased attended before his death.

Li Zhiying, editor and editor of Apple Daily: you also have children. Fortunately for you, there is no other newspaper in Hong Kong that is as unscrupulous as you. The editor of the newspaper is a person who can read and read. For five Dou meters, he can even stoop here! You cant look up in front of your children.

It is a shame for Hong Kong to have such a newspaper.

Please stop.

3. Education

Open letter to President Duan Chongzhi of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

President Duan Chongzhi:

For the sake of the next generation, we cant go on like this. Im not an alumnus of CUHK, but its up to everyone to rise and fall in education.

Your open letter to CUHK students, colleagues and alumni is just for your personal relief. As the Hong Kong saying goes, shrink your bones and dump your body.

The illegal and violent movements of the past four months have been political and international relations issues, not education issues, not school administration and affairs of any university, and students have not been arrested for crimes committed on campus. The arrested students are adults, with parents, a huge amount of money and the support of a team of lawyers. However, some students, alumni, faculty members and the principals of violent activities have been biting the presidents of each university, forcing them to attend the public questioning conference, and then forcing them to support the five appeals, and condemning the police. Why? What these people want is not the so-called support of the school, but by oppressing the headmaster to make a statement, turning illegal behaviors into white ones, establishing legitimacy inside and outside the campus, and encouraging more students to solicit speculation with illegal or even violent behaviors.

You have too many open letters to be sincere. You said: all parties expect the university to use its credibility and influence to let the relevant events and affected students get the most fair treatment. President Duan, if anyone is arrested in Hong Kong, there will be independent mechanisms and procedures for subsequent prosecutions and trials. Dont you mean to use the credibility and influence of the university to intervene in independent prosecutions and trials?

Your open letter also said: we will immediately contact more than 30 students who have been arrested one by one to learn more about their situation after being arrested. Most of the students said All of the above are personal accusations made by students... Since the students trust the University and put forward their own accusations to the University, it is unknown whether you and the university management have understood all the situations encountered after the arrest and at the same time, by the way, learned about the behavior of these students before the arrest: have they thrown bricks? Did you set fire? Did you throw a gas bomb? Did you damage the subway station? Did you attack the police? Is there any damage to stores of small and medium-sized enterprises? Did you incite others? If you dont know, is it your duty to know the same? If you knew, would you call the police?

Your open letter also requires strict follow-up outside the existing mechanism, so that the spirit of the rule of law can be demonstrated, and the trust can be rebuilt. What is strict follow-up beyond mechanism? Why is it outside the mechanism? Is it because the arrested are middle school students? Everyone is equal before the law. Are Chinese and university students more equal than others?

I agree with the last paragraph of your open letter: no matter how hard the road ahead is, the university will stick to the mission of spreading knowledge, serving the society and cultivating morality, make the campus a place for free exploration of truth, and will not give up the spirit of teaching students to be liberal. But I think we should add the following points: first, we should know the law and abide by it; second, we should think independently; third, we should not follow the principle of others; fourth, what you said is we hope young people respect the country more.

4. justice

A maniac was sentenced to 200 hours of social service in Shatin magistrates court today for allegedly trampling the national flag and abandoning it in the Chengmen river last month.

The verdict is bound to cause national outrage. Since the magistrate said there was no sentencing guidelines, the attorney general must appeal.

Earlier, someone had smeared the outer wall of the U.S. Consulate General and was sentenced to four weeks.

5. end

The political, violent and international problems caused by the revision of the fugitive offenders regulations are still endless. Many people ask, how to close the Department? Id like to make a personal point.

First of all, we need to have a correct strategic analysis of the current situation. The black clothes violence movement has gone bad for a long time. The protagonist of the movement is no longer the citizens of peaceful demonstrations, nor the goal of the movement is no longer the five appeals, but to use violence and other illegal means to paralyze society and overthrow the SAR government, seize the Hong Kong regime, and change to the power of the opposition;

Usurping the power of the central government in accordance with the basic law, including the substantive appointment power to the chief executive and the main officials, exempting the main officials from their responsibilities to the central government, implementing decentralization, changing Hong Kongs high autonomy into full autonomy, so that China has only nominal sovereignty over Hong Kong.

The next step is to de chinalize Hong Kong, which is essentially a Western puppet independent of China; the next step is to combine external forces to become a subversive base, copy the black clothes violence movement in the mainland of China, change the political system of the mainland and further split China.

Second, we need to have a correct strategic orientation. No matter how the wind blows or how the rain blows, it will not change the fact that Hong Kong is an integral part of China, nor the fact that China has huge political, diplomatic, military and economic strength in the world today.

Hong Kong Society and the SAR government must recognize these basic facts, adhere to this strategic orientation, make full use of the authority of the Central Committee and the strength of the country, coordinate with the deployment of the Central Committee, stand firm and firm confidence, and strive for long-term stability in Hong Kong, without seeking temporary calm, ideological restraint, no restricted area for action, no rat trap, and with all violent elements They fought to the end with their masters and gold lords and won the historic victory of one country, two systems.

Third, we should have strategic determination. The SAR government and the establishment groups, including the Hong Kong business community, must have full confidence in the ability of the central government and Hong Kong to overcome difficulties. They must not be timid or stand in disorder and become victims of psychological warfare.

In 1982, when the Chinese government announced the withdrawal of Hong Kong, it caused unease and even panic in Hong Kong. The current problems are no more difficult than those of that year, and our strength is much stronger than that of that year. History has proved that, after the crisis, Hong Kong can not only recover, but also make good use of new opportunities at home and abroad to move to a higher and better stage of development.

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Fourth, we need to make a comprehensive strategic deployment. In the system stipulated in the basic law, the SAR government and the central government have a complete set of political, administrative, financial, legal and armed forces, including various available but not yet used forces.

When necessary, in addition to these forces within the Hong Kong system, the central government has more and more powerful forces outside the system available. We need to mobilize all conventional and unconventional forces within and outside the Hong Kong system, make short, medium and long-term deployment, and make normal and unconventional deployment.

Finally, it is the duty of the brave to meet each other on a narrow road to win. It is the duty of the brave to earnestly implement and thoroughly implement the strategic deployment.

On the positive side, the black clothes violence movement has made strategic mistakes, providing a rare opportunity for the central government and the SAR government to take advantage of the situation. In the next few years, there are many things that need to be done, can be done, and are worth doing. We must stick to the work of comprehensive governance, reform, and rectification at home and abroad.