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HKIP Speaker's opinion

posted 6 Oct 2019, 08:25 by Hong Kong Independence Party   [ updated 7 Oct 2019, 01:41 ]
What are we left?

At this moment, the rest of us in Hong Kong have only one conviction, and we hope that tomorrow will be even better.

In the past few months, it seems that everything has come too suddenly. The people can no longer believe in the government. The government is brave about holding the resources from the people to oppress the people.

History means that human beings should learn from their mistakes and that human beings should continue to make progress. But some people want to challenge history and want to prove that they are different.

There is no perfect system in the world, just like no perfect person, but the system is much more important than the elite. Therefore, we believe in the rule of law, not the rule of man. We do not want to rule the country but the constitution of the monarchy. Politics is not dirty, dirty is the greed of mankind. Politics only refers to the solution to the problem, a set of tools, and neutral. Those in power can't let go of their selfishness and forget the most basic principle of compromise in politics. They will push the people to the streets step by step. 

Hong Kong is not a democratic system. The only Hong Kong future agreement that can protect the people of Hong Kong is the Sino-British Joint Declaration. A valid legal statement signed by two countries. But the reality is it is failed and certified. The Hong Kong people who enjoyed democracy and freedom in Hong Kong did not fight for democracy and freedom for this generation. They chose to leave quietly. This generation of Hong Kong people living under totalitarianism chose to fight for Hong Kong to defend the free air. Hong Kong people, the United Kingdom cannot regard itself as an outsider, all things have a cause and effect. The United Kingdom is responsible for China’s untrustworthiness and is responsible for the future of selling Hong Kong.

Hong Kong people, can you bravely say no to the dictatorship, why not try to appeal to the sovereign state that once brought to Hong Kong?
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