Yesterday was the 70th anniversary of the founding of modern China as a communist republic.
Hong Kong protesters – who had been terrorizing the island’s streets for months singing ‘Hallelujah’ to the Lord – also stepped up their thuggery yesterday, metaphorically, to stick up their middle finger to China’s National Day.
These so-called pro-democracy HK Chinese labelled motherland China a “Nazi” country (pix below). This surely reminds one of the Dapsters and their DAP leaders who are convinced that Malaysia will soon become “Taliban” Land should Umno-PAS win GE15.
BELOW: At Causeway Bay yesterday holding a poster of the American flag … does this Christian chap believe that the God of the MAGA evangelicals will descend from heaven to “free H.K. from Nazi China”?
ABOVE: HK protester yesterday insulted China’s National Day by parodying the yellow stars of the Chinese national flag as a Nazi swastika
Hongkongers who believe themselves British
Other protesters rallied too yesterday outside the island’s British consulate to sing the British national anthem ‘God save the Queen’.
These remnants of the colonial era, though still living in Hong Kong, nonetheless declared that their loyalty belonged to the UK and thus they do not recognize the Chinese October 1st National Day.
They are holders of the British National Overseas or BN(O) passport. There are some 60,000 of them in Hong Kong. Holding the said passport however does not confer on the said Hongkongers a right to reside in the UK.
BELOW: BN(O) Hongkonger holds handwritten placard proclaiming “The national day of People’s Republic of China is Nothing to us!”
ABOVE: Another BN(O) Hongkonger assembled outside the British consulate yesterday displayed a note pleading “Please save Hongkongers. We are living in HELL now”
The Brits wannabes in Hong Kong are spiritual cousins of our own Queen Elizabeth-loving Penangites. Certain Chinese from Penang had once similarly possessed the status of British Overseas Citizens (BOC).
Ten years ago, they caused a stir when they were inadvertently left stateless after they tore up their Malaysian passport but failed to gain the desired first-class citizenship that encompassed a right of residency in the British isles. Refer The Telegraph news report ‘Malaysians left “stateless” in UK after passport gamble backfires’ (13 Oct 2009).
Also read ‘The former Penangites who believed they were British overseas citizens’ (click HERE) to learn the historical background to their misplaced hopes and dreams.
Hongkongers feel oppressed in the ‘hell’ where they live
Violent protestors taking to the Hong Kong streets behave like Antifa thugs and vandals. Like Antifa, they wear black, are masked and carry around weapons such as batons and clubs/bats.
In the photograph above, the anti-China “pro-democracy” demonstrator at the head of the march is holding a photoshopped poster based on the painting titled ‘Liberty Leading the People’ by French artist Eugene Delacroix.
The original rebel imagery commemorated France‘s July 1830 Revolution which toppled the king and restored rule of the people.
ABOVE: The Delacroix French Revolution painting and its Hong Kong 2019 derivative
Hong Kong is a part of China – “one country” albeit “two systems” of governance … at least for the time being until 2047 (less than 28 years away) when China will finally regain full control over the former British territory.
Chinese pro-democracy protesters are foolishly indoctrinated by Western political gimmicks like “universal suffrage” for Hongkongers (while in Malaysia, it’s the “two-party system” holy grail).
They’re in denial that democracy is only really the tyranny of the majority. China has a population of 1.4 billion compared to Hong Kong’s seven million. It is the mainland which has the majority voice compared to the small overcrowded island that is no more than a pimple on China’s butt.
Therefore Hongkong islanders will any time be outvoted by China mainlanders – and this is how basic democracy functions. The will of the majority will prevail.
ABOVE: On China’s National Day, agitators pasted Xi Jinping pictures on Hong Kong roads to be stepped on
Hong Kong protesters a lot like Dapsters
During the island-wide day of protest in Hong Kong yesterday, some demonstrators ground their heel on the photograph of China president Xi Jinping.
Their biaDAP act is reminiscent of the Bersih protestors who had stepped on a photogrqph of Najib Razak — below.
The demented behaviour of Hongkong Chinese and Cina DAP both do not reflect the worldview and ethos of the larger Chinese polity. On the contrary, China’s Han people find the behaviour of the Union Jack-waving Christian Hongkongers most objectionable.
As with our own Bersih demos, the Church in Hong Kong too played a role in shepherding their flock out into the streets.
Freelance journalist Anil Netto yesterday blogged about the land reclamation project covering 4,500 acres or seven square miles of sea in the southern part of Penang.
This planned reclamation greenlighted by the DAP state government will create three artificial islands the size of Johor’s Forest City, with the combined area large enough to eventually accommodate 446,300 persons to live on it.
“Expensive sea-view condos and luxury waterfront houses” built on those three islands would likely be 80 percent unaffordable to locals, Anil wrote.
One out of every three Hongkongers would emigrate if they could, a survey (see above) this year by the Chinese University of Hong Kong showed.
The black-clad, masked street demonstrators especially are desperate to leave Hong Kong. They should come to Penang where their kindred spirits live.
Old mission schools in Penang might even be converted into private education centres. Some online commenters have proposed this idea in wake of the controversy recently surrounding MGS’s Christian “thanksgiving” prayer recital.
If the ‘rescue’ of Penang’s mission school tradition is possible on the back of foreign capital to fund their reestablishment, then these can cater to a future international student enrolment. Such a facility would be an added draw for those Christian Hongkongers considering to buy Penang’s property glut of new luxury condos.
The Hongkong hooligans would, in fact, feel right at home in the small, crowded island state run by that “gangster-like party” — which is how the ruling DAP is described by PAS sec-gen Takiyuddin Hassan.
BELOW: Foul-mouthed Hongkong protesters and their many ways of biadab … so like Dapsters
Hong Kong Free Press (@HongKongFP) August 24, 2019