China’s Brutalises HK with the Tricks It Used in Tibet

You don’t believe that China is colonising Hong Kong? Take a look at the HK SAR Gov OFFICIAL STATISTICS:

  1. As of end of 2012, Hong Kong’s total population is 7.17 million
  2. According to Hong Kong SAR Government, between 1st July 1997 and 31st December 2012, total new immigrants from China (one-way permits) amounted to: 760,000
  3. Since 2003, HKSAR Government started to attract new immigrants via investments scheme. As of 31st March 2013, total number of immigration applicants via the investment scheme was 28,168 and 17,749 of them have been approved – the majority of them are from China
  4. The HKSAR Government launched the “Quality Migrant Admission Scheme” in 2006, and loosen the restriction on China students studying in Hong Kong. According to the Census and Statistics Department, as of end of 2012 the number of Chinese that entered Hong Kong but have not lived in Hong Kong for seven years (i.e. non permanent residents) via the “Admission Scheme for Mainland Talents and Professionals” and “Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates” reached over 70,000 – and the number continues to raise

  5. According to the HKSAR Government’s press release issued on 20th February 2013, the Hospital Authority estimated that there are 150,000 anchor babies who were born in Hong Kong by their Chinese mothers (non Hong Kong residents) but living in various provinces including Guangdong. Over 17,000 students travel across the broader from China to study in Hong Kong every day. These numbers are growing on a monthly basis

  6. Over ONE MILLION of new immigrants from China are now living in Hong Kong and call themselves “new Hong Kongers” in a matter of 15, 16 years. Given that the local’s birth rate is low, the number of “new Hong Kongers” will quickly catch up with the number of “Hong Kongers”

Hong Kong SAR Government is not serving the people of Hong Kong/Hong Kongers – it is an organisation backed and handpicked by CCP. Their priority is to please China and their sole purpose is to assist China on executing all the plans they have. China wants to get rid of Hong Kongers, no doubt about it – why would a dictator, a tyranny want to have people that do not like itself and do not obey?

From V for Vendetta:

He promised you order, he promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent.

Over and Out!

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Chinese Condemn Man U. HK Supporters for Not Saying They’re from “Hong Kong, China”

As Sir Ferguson led the Manchester United football team the very last time at Old Trafford Stadium, a couple of Hong Kong supporters flew all the way to show their gratitude to their hero, a legendary manager.

I’d imagine that if an Irish man was in the same situation, he would signed off as “from Ireland”, and Scottish fellow would very likely to sign it off as “from Scotland”.

However, after this photo was published online, “complaints” started flooding to the forums, condemning this Man. U. fan for not writing “Hong Kong, China” in his handmade signage.

Hong Kong netizens, of course, immediately felt the comments made by Chinese (from China) offensive – after all, during the time when the Brits ruled Hong Kong, and their appearance (DNA, blood, whatever) is very different from Hong Kongers, they have never demanded Hong Kongers to call themselves British Hong Konger, nor would they required us to say we are from “Hong Kong, British Colony”.

A little fact to show Hong Kong is separated from China: when someone wants to dial a Hong Kong number from elsewhere in the world, the country code is +852 as oppose to China’s +86.

This is not the first time Chinese from China are upset about Hong Kongers refusing to say they are from China or refused to call themselves Chinese. Badcanto, a friendly blogger, wrote a lot about this kind of “conflicts”.

For some reason, Chinese always say Hong Kongers are Chinese when they need help from Hong Kongers (e.g. after the Sichuan earthquakes, which HK government donated billions of dollars in different occasions despite the majority of the public is against the donation as people of Hong Kong cannot trust any funding could reach the victims but the corrupt officials, they would use the “excuse” of “blood is thicker than water” – isn’t this used to described real blood relatives? Since when this applies to a nationality, which is something that everyone can choose?).

However, when Hong Kong people tell Chinese off for their uncivilised behaviours (e.g. answering nature’s call in the public, not queuing, being rude, spitting, littering, smuggling formula powder, etc) or say that CCP is evil, Chinese would go crazy and tell Hong Kongers to leave Hong Kong as Hong Kong is China’s land and Hong Kongers should not continue to live in Hong Kong (our home!) if we do not like China!

One of the “argument” when they come across Hong Kongers saying they’re not Chinese or Hong Kongers pointing out that Chinese are rude/impolite/not civilised (many incidents we witness day in day out), they would simply reply “with black hair and yellow skin, you are Chinese too! So you don’t have the right to tell your ‘fellow Chinese’ off.”

Not everyone with black hair and yellow skin is not Chinese – last time I check Japanese and Korean are with black hair and yellow(-ish) skin (as opposed to Caucasians) too! Some extremist in China would say “of course Japanese and Korean are Chinese! Their ancestors went to Japan and Korea back in the old days.” Isn’t this hilarious? I have yet to meet any English who would say Americans and Australians are all English. At the same time, many American who were originally from other countries would not call themselves Italian, English, African or anything if their families have been there for long enough.

By the way, Tibetans don’t look like Chinese based on the skin and hair colour standard, but why is Tibet part of China? This can go on! I came across this article, which explains a bit of how this kind of mind set is formed.

Chip Tsao, a famous columnist and radio talk-show host, once said that Chinese as well as the government in China are experts at “moving the goal posts” – that means the rule are set by them but they can move it around whichever way they want to ensure that they would always win the game. I can’t agree more on this front – Chinese and especially the officials are indeed experts in bending the rules the way that favour them!

Saw the below example recently, and reminded me about Mr. Tsao’s comment above:

At a Foreign Ministry’s press conference, a journalist asked the ministry’s spokesperson Hua Chunying why China has to implement the “online real name system”.

Hua said, “everyone needs to be responsible for what they say. Some people use the internet to spread rumours, so the ‘real name system’ must be implemented.”

Journalist followed up, “Is every one responsible for their behaviours then? If so, why hasn’t anyone taken the responsibility of the Jerry-built buildings in Sichuan which killed a lot of children?

Hua replied, “this is a different matter!”

Do You Think Hong Kongers are Qualified to “Tolerate and Forgive”?

In 2012, Hong Kong recorded the total of 50,000,000 tourists, and the majority of them are mainland Chinese. Let’s put this number into context. 50,000,000 visitors is seven times of Hong Kong’s population. Can you imagine a place received tourists amounted to seven times of its population? In addition, these tourists are mainly from the same country. The number of floating population of a tiny area amounts to seven times of the area’s population, putting tremendous pressure of this place, challenging this place’s maximum capacity,  namely: geographical, physical and psychological capacities. At the same time, the influx of visitors is changing the value, lifestyle and direction of development of this place, and more importantly, affecting this place’s structure and future.

The irony is, fake-left-wings politicians and middle class still believe that they are the host of this place. They, with an attitude of being superior and pretend to be humanitarians, ask Hong Kongers to tolerate. how could 7 million people tolerate and forgive 50 million people? How could you ask the disadvantaged to tolerate and forgive the invasion of a much stronger nation which armies can be easily mobilised? The cinemas, local eateries and co-op stores that once belonged to the 7 million people, are turned into pharmacies, jewellery shops and handbag stores that belong to 50 million people. The houses, school spaces, formula powder of these 7 million people were taken away by the 50 million people, and the 7 million people have to tolerate and forgive. The free market of 7 million people is being severely disrupted by a non-free market owned by 1.3 billion people, and the 7 million people have to tolerate and forgive… It is always the privilege of the stronger side to tolerate and forgive the weak and disadvantaged. Asking those who are being bullied and pushed around to tolerate and forgive is a self-deception concept.

An article by Chan King-Fai (a Hong Kong commentator) called “The Limit of a Tourist Destination Unvealed by Formula Powder Shortage” said that to any place in the world, a  massive amount of tourists entering it uncontrolled can affect it substantially, not only on its economy. Focusing purely on free flow of tourists, allowing a place to be penetrated by an outside power, the consequence could be just like Zygmunt Bauman said “helplessly shackled to localities that are slipping away from their grasp“.

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Latest on Baby Forumla Powder Shortage

Since the CCP-HKSAR government continues to fail to tackle the formula powder smuggling problem in Hong Kong, Netizens are taking the issues into their own hands!

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A petition has been created and some are considering to send the below new poster created by a famour Netizen to the United Nations.

This problem could be easily resolved by the government should it be determined and pledged to serve its people – the CCP-HKSAR Government is only loyal to the China Government, meaning whatever order they give the CCP-HKSAR government will execute. There are at least three options provided by commentators, all of them are legal, practical and reasonable, including imposing formula powder export tax, amending Importation and Exportation Ordinance, and listing formula powder under the Reserved Commodities Ordinance.

The HKSAR government does not have the gut to do any of the above measures because (I dare say) they cannot stop Chinese from coming to Hong Kong nor discourage them – because that sabotage China’s master plan to colonise and erase the Hong Kong race, by then Hong Kong will truly be part of China – Hong Kong City of Guangdong (Canton) Province of the People’s Republic of China. Hong Kong will be erased from the history. A master plan that will require a lot more explanation.

Bear in mind the fact that they’ve done it in the past and still doing in Tibet…