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I already read several communism articles. Different from what media and school text book said. Actually I found a lot of similarity between both of them, the different is how they manage to achieve it and the way to run the country. Basically both are democracy or people's country.

Talk about US in this case. The problem is, US want to take control HK government thru political parties and factions. US also want to make HK people hate all Chinese people. Like they did to the others.

Actually US already crossed the line too much. US don't have any respect to other country sovereignty at all, this is a big crime.
 

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香港人抗議的原因不是 不喜歡中國,就是不喜歡共產黨和共產黨幫他們選擇的政府。香港人大部份是中國人,他們幹嘛討厭中國,他們就不想當共匪國的公民,也不要受到共匪國公民的待遇。如果可以選擇,沒有人會選擇做中國共產黨領導的國家的公民。
 

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So basically HKer just dislike the name of communism, rather than seeing the real meaning of communism and socialism? I thought HKer understand the real meaning of meritocracy from British colonial era, where Governor General were selected by British government.

But I do agree that HK need a greater socialism and long-term development plan. Relying heavily in free market, hoping the people will "do", "improve" and "fix" some problems by themselves, without government interfering. It's not a good idea.

I read some articles about fearsome HK residential condition. And saw the ugly photos here as well. It look like a third-world country high-rise slum. HK also have a serious problem with their GDP per capita, where Singapore finally surpass them. HKpop is also declining, and seriously need big revival. As financial center, but most of financial companies owned by foreigners, not local HKer. I feel, HK don't have any development focus and long-term future development plan.
 

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I read in other article, the anti-Chinese protesters in HK were organized by the above 香港民主党 and Christian churches. This is a huge proof of foreign infiltration in HK politics.

What I really really piss off with China and HK government, they do nothing about it. Accepting and tolerating foreigners to wreak havok. They do it all the time. It is always the Chinese netizens who defend China all the time.

I agree that China hugely need to pass patriotic law, to forbid and punish any politicians and politic activists, who received money, think tank and have relationship with foreign government. Heavily punish them, put in the black list and ban them forever in politic activities.
 

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有一点要提的是,反对和抗议不一定代表不爱国的,有时候也是肺腑之言!

我指的不是以上这帮人。
 

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The problem is, HK politics is controlled by foreign country. Where foreign country try to control HK public opinion for their own interest. Controlling public opinion means controlling the government of HK.

For example, foreign government try to manipulate the HK public to accept democracy, public election and one voice one vote. Something that they never ever mentioned before during British colonial regime. Don't you think this is very suspicious? Not only that, democracy activists are also everywhere and very very active now. It's not a secret that they are backed up by foreign government, from fund to think tank.

Foreign country do that, because they want to put their puppet in HK government. If pro-Beijing leadership control HK, they will use media to create scandal to make them look bad. If they do it right, they will even publish more scandals to bury pro-Beijing leadership accomplishment. If the pro-foreign government take in charge of HK government, they will publish a lot of articles about HK is good and "right".

With this kind of distraction, how can HK people do fair judgment if HK government do it right or not? 反对 and 抗议, how people know if this is not orchestrated by foreign government?
 

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保钓人士曾经说过抗议政府并不是不爱国,事实证明他们比任何人更加爱国,更加勇敢!
 
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