The Hong Kong Problems

Hong Kong’s Problem with It’s Educational System

Hong Kong’s educational and legal systems are in a big mess and the students are free to publically show Nazi salute. The guy in the right is the president of the student union at Hong Kong University.

Hong Kong’s Problem with Its Legal System

As Hong Kong‘s legal system is based on Common Law with high court judges being foreign nationals, Hong Kong has not fully returned to China in effect, but remains as a Foreign Concession Zone, like what Shanghai used to be before 1949.

In the recent riot, Hong Kong protesters trained in Oslo and financially supported by Washington are free to destroy public properties, set fire on government buildings, attack police and assault citizens who do not agree with their point of view.

The Hong Kong judges, such as this female judge of Indian nationality, would habitually let the mobs arrested walk out free.

The local culture in Hong Kong, by and large, is a hybrid of the worst aspects from both Chinese and British cultures – very superstitious while extremely selfish (utter individualism) and super arrogant (somehow feel proud of being colonised and still being semi-colonised by the Big Brother on the planet).

Hong Kong may need a cultural reform (if not a revolution) if it wants to stay relevant in future.

Hong Kong’s Problem with Its Political System

A House of Representatives – a church of new cultish religion “Democracy”.

COMMENTS FROM TWITTER

Oct 6, 2019

David McKenzie
Really enjoyed the photos and history of China that you’ve posted. Political commentary, no. Unfollowing.

All Things Chinese
I’m amazed someone who keeps running political commentaries on Twitter would feel so offended when others’ express their opinions on politics which are not what you what to hear. Talking about politics/social issues must be a privilege reserved for self-appointed chosen few. A great lesson on “Democracy”, lol

David McKenzie
We don’t know each other, so I’ll be clear: I like the painting. I think it is funny and insightful. But if someone called the Chinese system a cult, I’d stop following them, too. There are many ways to run a country, and they all have flaws. I think we should respect each other.

All Things Chinese
I agree with what you said, but I also like to be clear. The UK parliamentary system by itself is certainly not a cult, but in the recent decades, it has been turned into a religion by superpower states & their mouthpiece as a brainwashing tool in pursuit for global hegemony.

David McKenzie
Thank you for your honest, thoughtful response. I think we’ll continue to disagree on many things, but I also think thoughtful disagreement is good for humans everywhere.

stanislav kostarnov
Cultish or not one thing about democracy is, it is not new, it is older than 2 of the four main world religions

All Things Chinese
By then Greek Democracy was a social system, not a religion. It is a relatively recent phenomenon that sees a policial system has been turned into a cult with non-believers demonised and prosecuted by the power of the state and the media.

The reason for the Western-style “Democracy” becomes a cult is because it can be used as a replacement tool for certain groups in certain states to pursue/maintain their economic and cultural dominance on the planet after the conventional religion (Christianity) lost its appeal.

The ancient Greek “Democracy” was, in fact, a failure. Democracy without limitation & centralisation only leads to inefficiency even anarchy (see what happened in Ukraine and Hong Kong).

COMMENTS FROM MINDS

rbli88
in HK… they lost their minds over “Western Democracy.”

All Things Chinese
There are strength and weakness in genuine Western-style democracy, but what those HK jerks are looking for in fact has nothing in common with the principles of democracy.

They burned alive an old man who argued with them, bricked a street cleaner to death, threw petrol bombs to police and randomly to pedestrians and assault any Chinese who does not speak local Cantonese dialect. They turned the university campuses into patrol bomb factories, they took drugs and practised group sex, all in the name of “Western Democracy”.

They are just criminals and the hired criminals paid with big money by the local political parties in opposition for the sake of winning the coming election.

Hong Kong’s Problem with Its Culture

The social conflict in Hong Kong becomes more brutal than ever. Following the disclosure of private information of thousands of police officers by the lawless protesters, recently Hong Kong’s citizen vigilante groups have also set up a website to identify the masked riot participants.

The public exposure of personal information will certainly have a negative impact on the young protesters engaged in violent activities when they look for jobs in Hong Kong and particularly in the mainland in future.

COMMENTS FROM TWITTER

Sunkeest Media
Why would they do that? Expose the cops private info?

All Things Chinese
Because police try to maintain the social order.

Sunkeest Media
I hope they stay safe nonetheless. I understand protesting but there’s no reason to put the cops in danger by exposing their personal lives.

All things Chinese
The children of Hong Kong cops whose private info were leaked have already been harassed and bullied at school not only by students but some teachers associated with violent protesters.

Sunkeest Media
Oh no. This is what I was scared of.

All Things Chinese
Yes, this is very unjustified and cruel.

Fortunately, as I learned, those cops’ kids have been arranged to study at the mainland schools now.

The real danger is for the students involved in the riot. There is plenty of software that can easily unmask their covered face, verify their true identity, therefore, get their detailed private info posted online.

I’ve noticed Hong Kong vigilante’s website keeps updating. Since its hosting company is in Russia, there is nothing much you can do about it.

Even the website may eventually be removed (in years or decades), the files could have been downloaded by various organisations and/or social entities and the records of their violent anti-social past may follow them like their own shadows for life.

Sunkeest Media
That’s the risk they took. I hope these violent clashes get resolved soon.

All Things Chinese
Some ambitious current/former/would-be Hong Kong politicians & local media guys & some sinister international groups are playing the chess games, while these lawless protesters are just mindless pieces on the chessboard.

However, everyone is the creator of his own fate and will have to lay in the bed he made sooner or later. 

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