Target of Political Prosecution in HK is a Primary School Teacher

I’m sure you are aware of this incident. Completely ridiculous, I dare say.

Where else on earth would someone say the F word will be investigated by the police?

piece by Global Voices I just bumped into is pretty faithful to the whole incident, and shows the world what Communist are doing to Hong Kong. Freedom of expression is granted to everyone in Hong Kong, including Falun Gong people.

I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.

What is worrying to the people of Hong Kong is that why didn’t the police force react to the aggressive actions by pro-China/pro-communist individuals and groups? Can they not seen how violent they are?

They’ve even (in fact the very same group “Hong Kong Youth Care Association”) hit a police officer’s head and told him to “eat shit” (a commonly used insult in Cantonese).

Leung Yiu-chung, a legislator, said to the press that “the seniors gave instructions to police officers that whenever they receive complaints about HKYCA and Falun Gong, they should simply ignore.”

Dark age has come! Don’t you think?

So now you know why we loose our respect to the police in Hong Kong. If you touch them, quite literally TOUCH them, they will sue you for assault. That’s why when people at protests always raise their hands when they’re surrounded by police.

Some protesters even shouted “support Royal Hong Kong Police to arrest GongAn (China’s “police” who swore to be loyal to the Communist Party)” at the recent Sai Yeung Choi Street South protest. (Reason: a bloke hit a protester and was released, and it was found out almost immediately that this man is a plainclothes police. Thanks to the netizens again.)

Without Golden Forum (a very popular online discussion forum), the thugs who were hired to support CY Leung and punched and hit protesters would not have been arrested. Within 48 hours, the Golden brothers and sisters (terms the Golden netizens use to call each other) have identified a few of those attackers and found out their names and some other information of their whereabouts. This is when the police took action to arrest them. Shouldn’t we taxpayers be paying Golden folks tax instead of the police force which clearly cannot do their job? Remember not long ago the police said they cannot find the suspect who attacked a Scholarism kid after a public forum because “they do not have the name of the suspect”? I’m quoting the police word for word here. This suspect is also one of the pro-Communist groups in Hong Kong, in case you want to know, no surprise really.

Over and out.

Censorship in Hong Kong – Freedom of Press???

Today’s top news about Hong Kong’s freedom of press.

Within hours after the news article was published, a Facebook page and political satire blogger that specialises in parody of current affairs created the below:

The above graphic says:

According to the censored edition of the Traditional Chinese version of A Concise History of Hong Kong:

Above picture: what Hong Kong looked like before 1997 (when British rule)

Bottom picture: what Hong Kong is after 1997 (under CCP’s rule)

So exactly what the Foreign Secretary says in the latest Six Monthly report about 1-Country-2-System and freedoms in Hong Kong are in fact lies.