Hong Kong Government And Occupy Central Have Positive
Talks So Far This Week
It’s been a good day for Hong Kong’s Occupy Central
peaceful demonstrations for democratic election.
The Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s threat of forced
clear-up didn’t happen, which makes all tensions ease.
On the evening of Oct. 6, Hong Kong Federation of Students
(HKFS) representatives held the second preparatory meeting
before the political reform dialogue with Government officials.
The two sides reached agreement on the three principles put
forward by HKFS.
They agree to have a dialogue within the week in public.
Government official, Lau Kong-wah, Deputy Secretary for
Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau said this is good.
HKFS deputy secretary general Cen Aohui doesn’t want the
dialogue to be a conversation or advice, but wants a result.
So the dialogue will happen only when they have consensus
on the three principles.
He also said that the government’s attitude and sincerity
decides if the two sides will finally reach a consensus.
HKFS reiterates that the dialogue will be terminated if the
government clears the protestors away violently.
They also urged people to defend the Admiralty, Causeway
Bay and Mong Kok positions until the actual result or the
actual concessions from the government.
Scholar’s Criticism of The Chinese Communist Party Media’s
Pirate Logic Towards Occupy Central
Recently, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece
media offensively criticized the Hong Kong peaceful protest.
CCP media People’s Daily wrote articles for six consecutive
days criticizing genuine universal suffrage at Occupy Central.
They accused the protest activities of violating public interests
and reversed democracy by destroying democracy.
However, the CCP media statements triggered a backlash of
criticism and didn’t fool the people.
According to Radio Free Asia, former Hebei radio editor
Zhu Xinxin pointed out that People’s Daily gangster logic
talked about the negative impact of Occupy Central, with no
mention of the National People’s Congress fake election.
Zhu Xinxin said, a robber was angry with the robbed people
assaulting him without mentioning he robbed them first.
The CCP’s attitude has the same logic as such gangster logic.
Mainland Law People Jointly Signed to Support Hong Kong
Occupy Central support from mainland people is increasing
since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece media
slandered the protest so quickly.
As well as mainland placards and solidarity activities, on Oct.
5, ten Chinese legal people started a joint signature campaign.
These law people said they fully understand, respect and
support the Hong Kong peoples’ struggle.
They condemn violence against each other.
They asked the Chinese authorities to release mainland people
who were illegally detained for supporting Hong Kong.
The statement also asks the CCP Standing Committee to
proceed immediately to restore the power to the people by
promoting the deputies’ direct elections in mainland villages,
counties, cities and across the country.