Melbourne Rally Supports 180 Million Chinese Three Quits
October 26, global service center for quitting the CCP in
Melbourne, Australia held a rally in the center of the city square
to support 180 million Chinese quitting the CCP party, group
The flying banners of “the Heaven will Ruin the CCP, God
Bless China", “Quitting the CCP is the CCP’s disintegration
pace" called on people to focus on this peaceful movement to .
disintegrate CCP and more people to quit.
Occupy Central Sponsor Initiated the Non-binding Referendum
in Hong Kong
It has been 30 days of true universal suffrage occupation.
The community members began to focus on the movement’s
October 27, Occupy Central sponsor Dai Yaoting said the
occupiers would love to go home as long as the government
shows positive response to their aspirations, in the Hong Kong
Commercial Radio program.
He suggested a non-binding referendum regarding CCP Standing Committee’s decision on Hong Kong political reform on August
The result can be reported to CCP as a custom report and let
people consider whether to remain at occupied territories or
return community to true universal suffrage.
Poll: Leung Chun-ying’s Score Dropped to a New Low
The latest poll released by the Chinese University of Hong
Kong showed Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s
overall performance score has dropped to the lowest point since
he took office.
The Institute of Asia Chinese University of Hong Kong
investigated 804 Hong Kong residents over 18 years old
between October 21st and 23rd.
The survey shows that Mr Leung’s overall performance score
was 38.6 points, which is 2.8 point less than September.
The survey also showed that the respondents distrust the
Hong Kong Government and the Beijing government.
They are 43.3% and 45.8%, respectively;
which is 3.7 percent and 0.8 percent higher than the last month.
Hong Kong Group Launched Tear in Full Moon Umbrella
Hong Kong Shield and netizens recently linked Hong Kong
Federations of Students (HKFS), Scholarism etc. to initiate the
“tear in full moon; peer with an umbrella" campaign.
They called on people to return to the Admiralty on October
28th and all Hong Kong people to silently stand 87 seconds
with umbrella between 6pm to 6:30pm.
The campaign implied 87 tear gas from the riot police and
commemorated one month umbrella movement.