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In HK, State of Permanent Chaos

CIA in Why, Who, What: Similar regime change traits in Syria, Bolivia and Hong Kong.

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香港玻利维亚:相同方法

只有警察支撑香港政府

Bolivia & Hong Kong: The Parallel

Military and police in Bolivia go against the government, Bolivia falls to the CIA. In Hong Kong, the police is the only line defending and holding up Carrie Lam’s government.

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Terrorism

For further background, see this, this and this.

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For more reliable information on what’s been happening, try this, this and this. For commercial media this. (All Cantonese.)

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香港治安民兵

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999HK: A PEOPLE’S MILITIA

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In Hong Kong, nobody is safe: Mobs rule the streets; places of work are threatened daily; public transport risk being bombed and set alight. Even the police can barely defend themselves (see clip below), and can’t fire a pistol at a thief or an arsonist without facing a barrage of condemnation.

Five months into it, the riots, committed in the name of freedom and democracy, have been reduced to unabashed and unmitigated arson, extortion, outright piracy, assaults, beatings, and bombings. On the streets, in malls, schools, business premises, bands of thugs, with recruits from an ever younger population from the secondary schools, roam and plunder with impunity — all with the open encouragement of the Church, the Free Press, school teachers, university professors and legislative politicians.

The present, daily outcomes of these riots are in plain sight, each riot justified by some absurd and abstract slogans pilfered from Hollywood movie scripts. Lies becomes truths. Evil is goodness.

Legal security powers available to the government, and often pointed out to it, are not employed. It’s for fear of offending the rights of criminals — yes, fear of offending criminals! The government becomes answerable to the Free Press and the Black Shirts instead of the law and the people.

Hong Kong has been changed irreversibly. The seeds of anarchy, lawlessness and contempt for law were long ago planted. Nothing can reverse that tomorrow. Rectification of that is a long-term agenda.

What can be done is to first restore law and order because without stability, predictability, safety and security all pledges about rooting out the causes is just that, yada, yada, yada. Without peace, everything else ceases in their tracks. But, therein lies Carrie Lam’s failure: she can’t even deliver a semblance of that tranquility, not even a semblance.

Beneath their tongues and in their hearts, everyone is saying, Enough is enough. In the same vein, Hong Kong, too, has had enough of Carrie Lam speeches, used to sugar coat the failing of a most fundamental kind: protection from the Black Shirts and their political backers.

For the reason — and much more but primarily the above — Hong Kong vigilantes have proposed a new political force with a security militia as its front. This movement will be structured, purposeful and disciplined for it to last and be meaningful. Foremost in the priority of this militia is security.

像林郑月娥 您的动摇,您的道德废话和您的光顾演讲无济于事。 四个月证明了这一点是正确的。This post is especially for the following at: 该消息特别针对以下对象

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Nests of Vipers: Media, Church, School

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The Reporter

On an overhead pedestrian bridge, Oct 13, with the cover of Press reporters, stabbed a passing policeman in the neck with a box cutter. When another policeman attempted to arrest the assailant, a cameraman deliberately stepped in between, tussling and pulling at the police. The assailant has since been arrested and the box cutter seized. But the cameraman walks.

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The Church

Immediately below, is Christian Pastor 胡志偉 Ho Chi Wai. When the video recorder on Oct 13 filmed the Pastor at a Tseun Kwan O shopping mall atrium riling up the flock (which subsequently led to an orgy of destruction and multiple assaults), Ho went up to him. He kept pushing the video backwards with his body and blocked further recording with his face.

From behind and beside him, three of Ho’s thugs jumped on the video recorder, beating him.

Pastor Ho’s Facebook page list his Democratic Party office address at: 九龍黃大仙富山村富信樓地下3E室 Unit 3E, G/F, Fu Shing House, Fu Shan Estate, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon. Email: chiwaioffice2016@gmail.com. Phone: 2325 0763

The video recording…

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The School

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HONG KONG MILITIA

As if as a daily routine, Black Shirts set fire to people, attack, assault, rampage, destroy and throw bombs. The Church, on the other hand, offer them shelter; the Media spread their lies; and western Anglophile politicians, at home and abroad, cover up for those crimes.

While the police have to fight rioters with a hand tied behind their backs, Carrie Lam fiddles, watching the city burns.

People say that, history at the first instance is tragic, the second is a farce. The people of Hong Kong must organize to protect themselves because there is nobody else to do it.

Street assaults

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ESTABLISHING THE PARTY, MILITIA

The raison d’etre of a political movement is to offer a platform in democratic participation.

Democracy can only function properly in a peaceful environment. But it is not good enough to talk about peace.

The protection of citizens is an overriding concern as well as the primary safeguard. It is overriding because only in citizens is the territorial integrity of Hong Kong and the sovereignty of the Chinese state preserved.

There is today a clear and present danger to Hong Kong, its institutions and its way of life. All have been under assault daily, ceaselessly, directly and covertly.

The aims and purposes of the political movement are lawful. Indeed, when Hong Kong is under threat, Motherland China by extension, then it is incumbent on the citizen’s ethical, political, constitutional and birth right obligations to challenge and push back against the dark forces. We are the indigenous people of this land called China and it’s therefore our constitutional and moral duty to preserve our home.

We must make no apology for what we are about to embark upon. This political movement reaches out to the future and is, therefore, long-term. Its Militia wing is an auxiliary power, adjunct to and organized within the ambit of its umbrella political organ and authority.

The Militia may be composed of but not restricted to all above age 18, men and women. It is eligible to all patriots. It may be composed of Chinese only, whether at home, in the Mainland and abroad. Members of the uniformed services, in particular the Police, the Customs and the Emergency Services departments are entitled to join as private citizens.

Broad terms of engagement between the Militia and the Black Shirts shall be established and spelt out in writing.

These are the 5 immediate tasks of the People’s Militia:

  • (a) seek, hunt down and arrest, exterminate if necessary, all rioters, masked or unmasked, in particular the core group of local plotters and those serving the frontline of attacks on the city;
  • (b) remove existing and/or destroy all attempts to barricade the streets;
  • (c) defend any and all intrusions into public and private premises, in particular homes, schools, community halls, offices, unions, shops, banks and restaurants;
  • (d) fight off, exterminate if necessary, against invasion in any form or shape on private and public properties; and,
  • (e) shut down all channels and sources of supply for rioting and of rioters, including but not limited to the churches, the media and the schools — in that order. All church leaders advocating Hong Kong independence shall be placed immediately under arrest. Their release is conditional on their public broadcast of their confession, plus the denunciation of the separatists. Those who have demonstrated to have been involved in rioting or in other forms of separatist activities, directly or indirectly, will be tried by a Militia Tribunal composed of five men and women. The maximum penalty is death and/or exile abroad or life imprisonment at home.

The People’s Party, and its corollary the People’s Militia, is an open, transparent and democratic organization. Hence, all death executions, including decapitation, are public, open and transparent. Black terror will meet white Justice.

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持久的混乱状态

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In HK, State of Permanent Chaos

CIA in Why, Who, What. Similar regime change traits in Syria, Bolivia and Hong Kong.

中央情报局(CIA)的介入

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香港玻利维亚:相同方法

只有警察支撑香港政府

Bolivia & Hong Kong: The Parallel

Military and police in Bolivia go against the government, Bolivia falls to the CIA. In Hong Kong, the police is the only line left, defending and holding up Carrie Lam’s government.

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