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Death of a bastard (Maoist who killed British cops finally meets his maker)

posted 23 May 2015, 06:17 by Hong Kong Independence Party

Yeung Kwong, the ringleader of the 1967 deadly riots died in Hong Kong on 15 May 2015, aged 89.  Defying all sense of respect and public decency, the pro-Beijing puppet government of Hong Kong decided to confer the city's highest honour to the deceased, a move which has been met with widespread outrage in Hong Kong.

In 1967, just as China was ravaged by the Cultural Revolution, a group of Communist loyalists decided to do the dirty work for Mao and waged their own war on the British Hong Kong Government.  During their seven-month reign of terror, the Communist gang attacked Hongkongers indiscriminately.  Their ringleader was Yeung Kwong, a self-styled militant union leader, who masterminded a series of bomb and armed attacks.  One such bomb took the lives of 15 people in one fell swoop, including children.  The violent tactics of the Maoist rioters failed to gain the respect of the general Hong Kong public who rallied behind the government as they sent in British troops to restore order.  Yeung Kwong and his gang justified their murderous ways by pledging loyalty to Mao and the Chinese Communist Party, disregarding the fact that the Hong Kong population was, and still is, made up of people rejecting Chinese communism and seeking to live in freedom in a British territory.

As Yeung Kwong goes to meet his maker, many in Hong Kong would like to wish him everlasting misery in the bonfire of hell.  And as we do so, spare a thought for the British Hong Kong police who lost their lives in protecting us from Yeung's wickedness.  May the ultimate Hong Kong traitor NEVER rest in peace.