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  1. Tiny Hong Kong is a victim between the fight of 2 super powers, US and China, using HK protesters I am a nobody, but I feel empowered by GOD (of the bible) to write the following sensitive texts to share with you: The following is a highly sensitive posting, with my humble perspectives. Please click " https://www.facebook.com/HKYDS/videos/1196358450547582/UzpfSTEwNzkxNjk2ODY6MTAyMTY4MzE1NjM2NzYyNzE/ " (This link may not last long). My perspectives: 1. This particular US news channel is against President Trump. Posting this news is done with a deliberate intention to "damage" Trump further during the present intense negotiations of trade tariffs between China and the US. I am sure that his "own trusted source of the US intelligence" would have told him about what is behind NED. It is CIA, my GOD. I am sure you (readers of Mensa HK) are aware of ill-thoughts and ill-doings of CIA with an objective to damage Trump. Well, this is US politics. Come to China and HK politics. Enemies of Trump in CIA has picked the best time to "damage" Trump during the aforesaid negotiation between China and the US. If we look back on the very first HK protest in Victoria Park in June (cannot remember the date) , and how the protests have evolved into violence events one after another, we should really say to ourselves: these violence events stepping up to be more violent have been PLANNED with experienced minds behind (refer to NED). Further, China Central Government has been demonic too, by sending undercover China police and "gong on" to pretend to be protesters, acting with severe violence in front of the HK police, whereby world news media have captured the news stories, asserting that HK protesters are violent. What is the hidden agenda of the China Central Government? The military tanks sitting in the stadium in Shen Zhen Bay gives us a good clue. A very good reason to tell the world that China has to use military force to suppress HK..... There we are. We, HK people, are truly victims.
  2. The above e-news was written by Kayla Brantley for dailymail.com. This writer has twisted the headline to raise eyeblows of readers. And, she did it. Come on, readers of the present posting: The interviewer gave Chelsea a "leading" question, and then Chelsea responded with a "yes". Chelsea did not blatantly verbalise every word. Further, Hilary said it well "generational gaps...". but the much younger interviewer (Decca Aitkenhead) suggested that Hilary is less accepting of generational differences. I summarise my views: 1. Hilary is 15+ years older than me. I am on her side. 2. Chelsea is in her late 30's, which is similar to the age of my (unborn) daughter if I ever got pregnant with my ex-sweetheart years ago. Chelsea represents general views on transgender issues from her generation. My unborn daughter (equally smart of course) would have been on her side. It is no big deal to agree on the point of "a person with a beard and a penis can identity as a woman". Being a PhD in (social and business) psychology, I anticipate that people in Chelsea's generation will face their children increasing to become homosexuals, having legal same-gender marriages, having colleagues who are also gays or lesbians, .... Is this a good thing? My answer is yes. We want less children to be born. We want less populated world. We will not have enough food to feed the world while young people do NOT want to be farmers in Thailand, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, to name a few. Thailand is the biggest exporter on rice in South East Asia. I can see rice prices rocketing up in 5 years' time when Chinese farmers in China are dying out in numbers, with a lack of "talent" in the pipeline, so to speak. Ah, this will be a good opportunity to trade the rice commodity. My trading tip for you in 5 years' time if you still remember.
  3. Well said by President Trump in the previous post. A spokeman of the SDF (with an educated accent) told the TV news media 2 days ago that US had abandoned them. Just as well. SDF must have pocketed financial benefits in the past. Just run with the profits and do not complain to the world. What is SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces)? I pasted below relevant texts from my yesterday posting with a title of "Stateless Kurds deserve.....", which were extracted from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29702440 (dated 9 OCT 2019), for readers who are interested in digging deeper in the present matter. Otherwise, you move on to a different thread. Quote What are kurds? Between 25 and 35 million Kurds inhabit a mountainous region straddling the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran and Armenia. They make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but they have never obtained a permanent nation state. Today, they form a distinctive community, united through race, culture and language, even though they have no standard dialect. They also adhere to a number of different religions and creeds, although the majority are Sunni Muslims. ...... Why were Kurds at the forefront of the fight against the IS? In mid-2013, the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) turned its sights on three Kurdish enclaves that bordered territory under its control in northern Syria. It launched repeated attacks that until mid-2014 were repelled by the People's Protection Units (YPG) - the armed wing of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD). An IS advance in northern Iraq in June 2014 also drew that country's Kurds into the conflict. The government of Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan Region sent its Peshmerga forces to areas abandoned by the Iraqi army. In August 2014, the jihadists launched a surprise offensive and the Peshmerga withdrew from several areas. A number of towns inhabited by religious minorities fell, notably Sinjar, where IS militants killed or captured thousands of Yazidis. In response, a US-led multinational coalition launched air strikes in northern Iraq and sent military advisers to help the Peshmerga. The YPG and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which has fought for Kurdish autonomy in Turkey for three decades and has bases in Iraq, also came to their aid. In September 2014, IS launched an assault on the enclave around the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee across the nearby Turkish border. Despite the proximity of the fighting, Turkey refused to attack IS positions or allow Turkish Kurds to cross to defend it. In January 2015, after a battle that left at least 1,600 people dead, Kurdish forces regained control of Kobane. The Kurds - fighting alongside several local Arab militias under the banner of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance, and helped by US-led coalition air strikes, weapons and advisers - then steadily drove IS out of tens of thousands of square kilometres of territory in north-eastern Syria and established control over a large stretch of the border with Turkey. In October 2017, SDF fighters captured the de facto IS capital of Raqqa and then advanced south-eastwards into the neighbouring province of Deir al-Zour - the jihadists' last major foothold in Syria. The last pocket of territory held by IS in Syria - around the village of Baghouz - fell to the SDF in March 2019. The SDF hailed the "total elimination" of the IS "caliphate", but it warned that jihadist sleeper cells remained "a great threat" to the world. The SDF was also left to deal with the thousands of suspected IS militants captured during the last two years of the battle, as well as tens of thousands of displaced women and children associated with IS fighters. The US called for the repatriation of foreign nationals among them, but most of their home countries refused to do so. Now, the Kurds face a military offensive by Turkey, which wants to set up a 32km (20-mile) deep "safe zone" inside north-eastern Syria to protect its border and resettle up to 2 million Syrian refugees. The SDF says it will defend its territory "at all costs" and that hard-won gains in the battle against IS are being put at risk. The Syrian government, which is backed by Russia, also continues to promise to take back control of all of Syria. Why does Turkey see Kurds as a threat? There is deep-seated hostility between the Turkish state and the country's Kurds, who constitute 15% to 20% of the population. Kurds received harsh treatment at the hands of the Turkish authorities for generations. In response to uprisings in the 1920s and 1930s, many Kurds were resettled, Kurdish names and costumes were banned, the use of the Kurdish language was restricted, and even the existence of a Kurdish ethnic identity was denied, with people designated "Mountain Turks". In 1978, Abdullah Ocalan established the PKK, which called for an independent state within Turkey. Six years later, the group began an armed struggle. Since then, more than 40,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced. In the 1990s the PKK rolled back on its demand for independence, calling instead for greater cultural and political autonomy, but continued to fight. In 2013, a ceasefire was agreed after secret talks were held. The ceasefire collapsed in July 2015, after a suicide bombing blamed on IS killed 33 young activists in the mainly Kurdish town of Suruc, near the Syrian border. The PKK accused the authorities of complicity and attacked Turkish soldiers and police. The Turkish government subsequently launched what it called a "synchronised war on terror" against the PKK and IS. Since then, several thousand people - including hundreds of civilians - have been killed in clashes in south-eastern Turkey. Turkey has maintained a military presence in northern Syria since August 2016, when it sent troops and tanks over the border to support a Syrian rebel offensive against IS. Those forces captured the key border town of Jarablus, preventing the YPG-led SDF from seizing the territory itself and linking up with the Kurdish enclave of Afrin to the west. In 2018, Turkish troops and allied Syrian rebels launched an operation to expel YPG fighters from Afrin. Dozens of civilians were killed and tens of thousands displaced. Turkey's government says the YPG and the PYD are extensions of the PKK, share its goal of secession through armed struggle, and are terrorist organisations that must be eliminated. Turkey's fear of a reignited Kurdish flame (leads to https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29542040 dated 8 OCT 2019) Unquote
  4. In Bloomberg e-news, a recent article shows: "Trump Says Hong Kong Protest Movement Will ‘Take Care of Itself’ Soon" By Josh Wingrove on October 12, 2019. The link is https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-11/trump-says-hong-kong-protests-will-take-care-of-itself-soon The texts are extracted here: Quote President Donald Trump said in an Oval Office meeting with China’s vice premier that he thinks protests in Hong Kong are winding down and that a partial trade accord the two leaders reached on Friday will be a “great deal” for the city’s residents. “We discussed Hong Kong and I think great progress has been made by China in Hong Kong, and I’ve been watching and I actually told the vice premier it really has toned down a lot from the initial days of a number of months ago when I saw a lot of people, and I see far fewer now,” Trump told reporters Friday. Unquote In my perspectives, I agree with President Trump's views on this matter. A few weeks ago in a Mensa meeting, someone told me and three other members that many sightings of "chopped" frozen bodies without facial recognition were reported in Chinese social media in Hong Kong. This individual further summarised that these people were captured protesters, and were killed. Ah, I knew exactly what this person was driving at. These captured protesters were "killed" by mainland China, not by Hong Kong Police. These acts made sense to me, I am afraid. If you look back to the students protests in South Korea in 1987, we should wonder how these protests were stopped in less than one year. The protesters were "killed". I do not have any evidence to support my assertion. Use your political common sense.
  5. I am being radical to put forward two strategies to "eliminate" the ongoing conflicts between Kurds, Turkey, Syria, and the jihadist group Islamic State (IS), as shown in the thread title. In my assessment, SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) has its demonic underlying motives above the apparent motive on helping USA to eliminate the IS. What is your good guess on SDF's underlying motives? Welcome your views. The e-news article by BBC summarises the historical developments of Kurds' unethical conflicts very well. Have a good read in https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29702440 (dated 9 OCT 2019) Since this e-news will not last long, important texts are pasted below: Quote What are kurds? Between 25 and 35 million Kurds inhabit a mountainous region straddling the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran and Armenia. They make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but they have never obtained a permanent nation state. Today, they form a distinctive community, united through race, culture and language, even though they have no standard dialect. They also adhere to a number of different religions and creeds, although the majority are Sunni Muslims. ...... Why were Kurds at the forefront of the fight against the IS? In mid-2013, the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) turned its sights on three Kurdish enclaves that bordered territory under its control in northern Syria. It launched repeated attacks that until mid-2014 were repelled by the People's Protection Units (YPG) - the armed wing of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD). An IS advance in northern Iraq in June 2014 also drew that country's Kurds into the conflict. The government of Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan Region sent its Peshmerga forces to areas abandoned by the Iraqi army. In August 2014, the jihadists launched a surprise offensive and the Peshmerga withdrew from several areas. A number of towns inhabited by religious minorities fell, notably Sinjar, where IS militants killed or captured thousands of Yazidis. In response, a US-led multinational coalition launched air strikes in northern Iraq and sent military advisers to help the Peshmerga. The YPG and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which has fought for Kurdish autonomy in Turkey for three decades and has bases in Iraq, also came to their aid. In September 2014, IS launched an assault on the enclave around the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee across the nearby Turkish border. Despite the proximity of the fighting, Turkey refused to attack IS positions or allow Turkish Kurds to cross to defend it. In January 2015, after a battle that left at least 1,600 people dead, Kurdish forces regained control of Kobane. The Kurds - fighting alongside several local Arab militias under the banner of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance, and helped by US-led coalition air strikes, weapons and advisers - then steadily drove IS out of tens of thousands of square kilometres of territory in north-eastern Syria and established control over a large stretch of the border with Turkey. In October 2017, SDF fighters captured the de facto IS capital of Raqqa and then advanced south-eastwards into the neighbouring province of Deir al-Zour - the jihadists' last major foothold in Syria. The last pocket of territory held by IS in Syria - around the village of Baghouz - fell to the SDF in March 2019. The SDF hailed the "total elimination" of the IS "caliphate", but it warned that jihadist sleeper cells remained "a great threat" to the world. The SDF was also left to deal with the thousands of suspected IS militants captured during the last two years of the battle, as well as tens of thousands of displaced women and children associated with IS fighters. The US called for the repatriation of foreign nationals among them, but most of their home countries refused to do so. Now, the Kurds face a military offensive by Turkey, which wants to set up a 32km (20-mile) deep "safe zone" inside north-eastern Syria to protect its border and resettle up to 2 million Syrian refugees. The SDF says it will defend its territory "at all costs" and that hard-won gains in the battle against IS are being put at risk. The Syrian government, which is backed by Russia, also continues to promise to take back control of all of Syria. Why does Turkey see Kurds as a threat? There is deep-seated hostility between the Turkish state and the country's Kurds, who constitute 15% to 20% of the population. Kurds received harsh treatment at the hands of the Turkish authorities for generations. In response to uprisings in the 1920s and 1930s, many Kurds were resettled, Kurdish names and costumes were banned, the use of the Kurdish language was restricted, and even the existence of a Kurdish ethnic identity was denied, with people designated "Mountain Turks". In 1978, Abdullah Ocalan established the PKK, which called for an independent state within Turkey. Six years later, the group began an armed struggle. Since then, more than 40,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced. In the 1990s the PKK rolled back on its demand for independence, calling instead for greater cultural and political autonomy, but continued to fight. In 2013, a ceasefire was agreed after secret talks were held. The ceasefire collapsed in July 2015, after a suicide bombing blamed on IS killed 33 young activists in the mainly Kurdish town of Suruc, near the Syrian border. The PKK accused the authorities of complicity and attacked Turkish soldiers and police. The Turkish government subsequently launched what it called a "synchronised war on terror" against the PKK and IS. Since then, several thousand people - including hundreds of civilians - have been killed in clashes in south-eastern Turkey. Turkey has maintained a military presence in northern Syria since August 2016, when it sent troops and tanks over the border to support a Syrian rebel offensive against IS. Those forces captured the key border town of Jarablus, preventing the YPG-led SDF from seizing the territory itself and linking up with the Kurdish enclave of Afrin to the west. In 2018, Turkish troops and allied Syrian rebels launched an operation to expel YPG fighters from Afrin. Dozens of civilians were killed and tens of thousands displaced. Turkey's government says the YPG and the PYD are extensions of the PKK, share its goal of secession through armed struggle, and are terrorist organisations that must be eliminated. Turkey's fear of a reignited Kurdish flame (leads to https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29542040 dated 8 OCT 2019) Unquote
  6. To answer DrBubb's question: "why would China Central Government want to destroy Hong Kong?" My answer to the question is summarised below: China's political cultures have always been dictatorial since "the First Emperor of Qin, from 259 BC to 210 BC" by using dictatorship, military violence, burning scholar books to eliminate literacy and so forth strategies. These strategies had worked effectively in leading and controlling a vast country of peasants. However, the present era of China exists in environments of a virtual world with electronic information flowing out of control. This has posed layers of threats to the security of the country (so to speak). Bear in mind that protesters tend to be the younger generations with some older ones behind the scene in fueling negative and rebellious thoughts to the young with an objective of destroying Hong Kong for their financial benefits (to the pockets of the older ones). The China Central Government has jumped onto this rebellious movement, and demonically added more fuels to the negative sentiment of the young. A valid question to raise is whether or not there are immediate benefits to China leaders. Come on, readers: the answer is obviously yes. If you were in the shoes of the leaders, would you want to be praised that "you have done a good job in suppressing the rebellious protesters? " To be an effective political leader in China or anywhere in other countries, you have to be cut-throat, decisive and "dark". "Birds of a feather flock together". You have to conform. If you have a good nature, you should never be a politician in any ways. All China politicians are "dark" and demonic. In their perceptions, Hong Kong is a "pea" to them, insignificant. Shanghai has been thriving financially for some years,. However, their ethical standards are non-existent. It is only in the recent few years that young mainland China financiers understand the meaning of words "professionalism" and "integrity". When I conducted my doctoral research on "interpersonal trust" in Shanghai in 1999, I learned that these two words were never heard of among some local entrepreneurs (my research interviewees). I struggled to explain the meanings of these two highly conceptual words in Mandarin. "Professionalism" was understood as "an engineer with a specialised job". "Integrity" was understood to be equal to "honesty". What is an implication on the culture of integrity in mainland China? Such a aforementioned culture is non-existent, which leads to my assertion that mainland China is bred with an unethical and non-professional culture. Destroying Hong Kong to the mainland China politicians is similar to destroying a plant. They would brush it away. Tell the world mind your own business. It is our internal affairs, none of your business. GOD blesses Hong Kong. Welcome your views.
  7. I refer to the extracted texts shown below from the yahoo.com e-news (by Jerome TAYLOR, Yan ZHAO, AFP• October 6, 2019 ) posted in the previous posting: Quote Police officers -- many of whom had their faces covered and were not wearing identification numbers -- were seen tackling a young couple wearing masks in the district of Central. Crowds shouted "triads" at the police and the couple were eventually released. But another masked man was handcuffed and led away soon after. Unquote To readers of the present forum, I would like to elaborate on the line of " Crowds shouted "triads" at the police and the couple were eventually released ". The reporters of the yahoo e-news surely understand the collusion between the Hong Kong Police and the triads in escalating the riots by protesters. Who would have directed such a demonic collusion (as I phrase it)? The answer is the China Central Government. What is then the ulterior motive behind such a collusion? The answer is to tell the world leaders that China has a valid political reason to take control of Hong Kong 100% by abolishing "one country two systems" before the deadline of 30 June 2047. My anticipation is that Hong Kong will be destroyed economically as this is happening now. I pray to GOD to "turn the situation round 180 degrees", and to return Hong Kong's glory. Please pray for Hong Kong if you believe in GOD and have money at stake in Hong Kong. I suppose that you don't really care since you do NOT live in Hong Kong anymore. You may wish Hong Kong to die... Please don't. Have a good heart please.
  8. I refer to the texts shown above, which are appended here: Quote HONG KONG - who are the main players? There are a surprizing number of Women in key decision & influencer roles Unquote As a Hong Kong person, my perception differs in that the women, namely Virginia Ip, Anson Chan, Rita Fan who were interviewed by Bloomberg, were "willing" to express their opinions to a high-profile TV channel. These women indeed played an influencing role in the past, but less so nowadays without an authoritative official position in the Hong Kong Government. These women "were" decision makes in the past. In summary, the Bloomberg video news also interviewed prominent men politicians, with balanced views gathered from men and women political figures. The Bloomberg video news was excellent. Well done to the news Director and the script writer.
  9. Chelsea Clinton has grown into a "dark" person since I first met her in a Rhodes Ball at the University of Oxford. At that time, she was young in her early 20's, completing her master degree, which then turned into a D.Phil (Doctor of Philosophy) Well, people do change from good to evil. Have you met anyone who would "repent" their sins and become good? Only a Hollywood movie will portray such a drastic change of a "dark" person to transform to be a good and ethical person. Sad, isn't it?
  10. I refer to the reporting on WSJ's James Freeman by conservativemedia.com dated (?, not shown on the web page) posted in the previous post yesterday in the present forum. My assessment is that the extracts of the WSJ's article are accurate and precise. I hereby re-cap some key points shown below for the benefits of the forum readers. The aforementioned web link will not last long. Quote The tile: WSJ’s Freeman: 2017 Politico Investigation Puts Hillary Clinton in Ukraine ‘Spotlight’ The Wall Street Journal’s (WSJ) James Freeman observed Monday that Hillary Clinton is now joining Joe Biden in the “new spotlight” on the United States’ relations with Ukraine. Freeman, the assistant editor of the WSJ’s editorial page, noted that Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley (IA) and Ron Johnson (WI) wrote Monday morning to Attorney General William Barr, asking if he has come up with any answers to the question of whether the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign used the government of Ukraine “for the express purpose of finding negative information on then-candidate Trump in order to undermine his campaign.” Grassley originally wrote in July 2017 regarding whether the DNC and the Clinton campaign had used the Ukraine government in order to sabotage the Trump campaign. The senators continued: That letter also highlighted news reports that, during the 2016 presidential election, “Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump” and did so by “disseminat[ing] documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggest[ing] they were investigating the matter[.]” Ukrainian officials also reportedly “helped Clinton’s allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers.” The plan involved Alexandra Chalupa, reportedly a “Ukrainian-American operative” consulting for the DNC. Chalupa “reportedly met with Ukrainian officials during the presidential election for the express purpose of exposing alleged ties between then-candidate Donald Trump, Paul Manafort, and Russia,” Grassley and Johnson wrote to Barr. “The quotations come from a 2017 story in Politico, hardly a pro-Trump outfit,” Freeman, co-author of Borrowed Time, observed, noting the headline, “Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire.” “Kiev officials are scrambling to make amends with the president-elect after quietly working to boost Clinton,” was the subheading, he pointed out. Politico authors Kenneth Vogel and David Stern wrote in that article: Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office. They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter, only to back away after the election. And they helped Clinton’s allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers, a Politico investigation found. The goal of Ukraine’s reported aid to Clinton was to advance “the narrative that Trump’s campaign was deeply connected to Ukraine’s foe to the east, Russia.” Freeman noted: With the benefit of hindsight and the results of the Mueller investigation, it’s now clear that there was no evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia. What is not clear and what demands further investigation is how this baseless claim managed to consume the first two years of an American presidency. Though the idea of such an effort by Ukraine appeared unlikely to some, Vogel and Stern insisted: Politico’s investigation found evidence of Ukrainian government involvement in the race that appears to strain diplomatic protocol dictating that governments refrain from engaging in one another’s elections. Freeman concluded the Politico investigation “may be helpful in figuring out exactly how the surveillance tools of America’s national security apparatus were turned against the party out of power in 2016.” Unquote
  11. I refer to the video shown in the www.infowars.com in the preceding posting. The guy is a secondary school student aged 18 (shown below in the photo). He survived after a surgery to remove the bullet in his lung. The aforementioned video clearly shows that this guy with a medium-length metal rod was hostile towards the policeman in a close proximity. If I were in the position of the cop, I would have shot at him. Bad luck to the young guy who has been paid HK$ 5,000 to HK$ 6,000 per day to be at the front of the violence. The young guy has been "brainwashed" in my perception. If I were his mother, I would have scolded at him with my tears gushing out. I would also have hugged him and said to him, "your life is more important than Hong Kong political affairs. Treasure your life". This kind of behaviour is betrayal to Hong Kong. Is the HK$ 5,000+ a lucrative income per day (i.e. HK$ 24,000 for 4 weekends) for a young guy at age 18? Please put yourself into the young guy's shoes, and understand his underlying motivation. In my wish, Hong Kong is better off without this kind of "brainwashed" young guys and girls, who should be "eliminated" one way or another. Hong Kong is truly a victim caught between America and China. A few months ago in a press conference broadcasted in a HK TV channel, the former HK Chief Executive, Tung C.W. phrased that a "foreign influence" had instigated protests, which have since then become a series of prolonged violent protests. The "foreign influence" is actually CIA. Some local HK people learned about the involvement of CIA. However, the laymen here in HK do NOT understand why CIA has been involved. However, I do. I shall say no more here due to the political sensitivities between CIA, Trump and China. Why did CIA pick Hong Kong since 2014 riots in Mong Kok? Welcome your insight.
  12. I refer to the Fox e-News article called "Barr asked Trump to speak to other countries in Durham probe... " published on 1 OCT 2019,. In particular, I refer to the faint image of "A letter from the Australian Embassy, obtained by Fox News, showed the country offered to help the United States in its probe into the origins of the Russia investigation. " shown in the aforementioned e-news. We should take it with a pinch of salt that this letter is likely to be faked. What is the clue for me to make such an assertion? The last line showing "Cc The Honorable Michael ......" should appear at the top just below the line showing the date "28 May 2019". Why? Ask yourself (readers), "who would normally type such a letter? " My answer is a secretary (who is normally a female). There are norms on how you show the cc. The person who created this fake letter is obvious to me a "man" who does not pay attention to details into where you should show the cc. Fxxk him. Excuse my French. How do I know? Come on, I had worked in the corporate world (in very big organisations with more than 10,000+ employees) for many years. Of course, I know. My eyes and my mind are very sharp, much more than your incorrect perception of me! Gender biased, isn't it? Challenge me if you wish with your alternative view.
  13. "Biden is a candidate for president in the 2020 election." My bet is that it is likely he will win the 2020 election to become the next President of the USA. My bet is that Trump is not going to ..... We will see.
  14. Referring to my earlier posting yesterday, I should have written: "the Trump-Ukraine call was genuine (not fake), but the published transcript by the "so-called" Whistleblower was "massaged" and "twisted" . That is what I phrased it as "fake". Sorry readers about the confusion. Further, we all know that Nancy Pelosi has her own agenda, which is obvious to me and to you (I am sure). Whatever which side you are on, or whether or not you "hate" Trump, time will reveal the truth. Stay put to see how the present saga develops.....
  15. I found the transcript shown below. Look readers: The transcript is FAKE! Read carefully the tones of the conversation and the use of words, and how they ended the call. The whole thing is FAKE. The transcript is like an essay to me. The whistleblower is FAKE too, in my assessement of the present case. The source of the transcript: Read Trump's phone conversation with Volodymyr Zelensky https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/25/politics/donald-trump-ukraine-transcript-call/index.html Quote Read the transcript here: UNCLASSIFIED Declassified by order of the President September 24, 2019 MEMORANDUM OF TELEPHONE CONVERSATION SUBJECT: Telephone Conversation with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine Participants: President Zelenskyy of Ukraine Notetakers: The White House Situation Room Date, Time July 25, 2019, 9:03-9:33 am EDT and Place: Residence The President: Congratulations on a great victory. We all watched from the United States and you did a terrific job. The way you came from behind, somebody who wasn't given much of a chance, and you ended up winning easily. It's a fantastic achievement. Congratulations. President Zelenskyy: You are absolutely right Mr. President. We did win big and we worked hard for this. We worked a lot but I would like to confess to you that I had an opportunity to learn from you. We used quite a few of your skills and knowledge and were able to use it as an example for our elections and yes it is true that these were unique elections. We were in a unique situation that we were able to achieve a unique success. I'm able to tell you the following; the first time you called me to congratulate me when I won my presidential election, and the second time you are now calling me when my party won the parliamentary election. I think I should run more often so you can call me more often and we can talk over the phone more often. The President: (laughter) That's a very good idea. I think your country is very happy about that. President Zelenskyy: Well yes, to tell you the truth, we are trying to work hard because we wanted to drain the swamp here in our country. We brought in many many new people. Not the old politicians, not the typical politicians, because we want to have a new format and a new type of government. You are a great teacher for us and in that. The President: Well it is very nice of you to say that. I will say that we do a lot for Ukraine. We spend a lot of effort and a lot of time. Much more than the European countries are doing and they should be helping you more than they are. Germany does almost nothing for you. All they do is talk and I think it's something that you should really ask them about. When I was speaking to Angela Merkel she talks Ukraine, but she ·doesn't do anything. A lot of the European countries are the same way so I think it's something you want to look at but the United States has been very very good to Ukraine. I wouldn't say that it's reciprocal necessarily because things are happening that are not good but the United States has been very very good to Ukraine. President Zelenskyy: Yes you are absolutely right. Not only 100%, but actually 1000% and I can tell you the following; I did talk to Angela Merkel and I did meet with her I also met and talked with Macron and I told them that they are not doing quite as much as they need to be doing on the issues with the sanctions. They are not enforcing the sanctions. They are not working as much as they should work for Ukraine. It turns out that even though logically, the European Union should be our biggest partner but technically the United States is a much bigger partner than the European Union and I'm very grateful to you for that because the United States is doing quite a lot for Ukraine. Much more than the European Union especially when we are talking about sanctions against the Russian Federation. I would also like to thank you for your great support in the area of defense. We are ready to continue to cooperate for the next steps specifically we are almost. ready to buy more Javelins from the United States for defense purposes. The President: I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike... I guess you have one of your wealthy people... The server, they say Ukraine has it. There are a lot of things that went on, the whole situation. I think you're surrounding yourself with some of the same people. I would like to have the Attorney General call you or your people and I would like you to get to the bottom of it. As you saw yesterday, that whole nonsense ended with a very poor performance by a man named Robert Mueller, an incompetent performance, but they say a lot of it started with Ukraine. Whatever you can do, it's very important that you do it if that's possible. President Zelenskyy: Yes it is very important for me and everything that you just mentioned earlier. For me as a President, it is very important and we are open for any future cooperation. We are ready to open a new page on cooperation in relations between the United States and Ukraine. For that purpose, I just recalled our ambassador from United States and he will be replaced by a very competent and very experienced ambassador who will work hard on making sure that our two nations are getting closer. I would also like and hope to see him having your trust and your confidence and have personal relations with you so we can cooperate even more so. I will personally tell you that one of my assistants spoke with Mr. Giuliani just recently and we are hoping very much that Mr. Giuliani will be able to travel to Ukraine and we will meet once he comes to Ukraine. I just wanted to assure you once again that you have nobody but friends around us. I will make sure that I surround myself with the best and most experienced people. I also wanted to tell you that we are friends. We are great friends and you Mr. President have friends in our country so we can continue our strategic partnership. I also plan to surround myself with great people and in addition to that investigation, I guarantee as the President of Ukraine that all the investigations will be done openly and candidly.. That I can assure you. The President: Good because I heard you had a prosecutor who was very good and he was shut down and that's really unfair. A lot of people are talking about that, the way they shut your very good prosecutor down and you had some very bad people involved. Mr. Giuliani is a highly respected man. He was the mayor of New York City, a great mayor, and I would like him to call you. I will ask him to call you along with the Attorney General. Rudy very much knows what's happening and he is a very capable guy. If you could speak to him that would be great. The former ambassador from the United States, the woman, was bad news and the people she was dealing with in the Ukraine were bad news so I just want to let you know that. The other thing, There's a lot of talk about Biden's son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it... It sounds horrible to me. President Zelenskyy: I wanted to tell you about the prosecutor. First of all, I understand and I'm knowledgeable about the situation. Since we have won the absolute majority in our Parliament, the next prosecutor general will be 100% my person, my candidate, who will be approved, by the parliament and will start as a new prosecutor in September. He or she will look into the situation, specifically to the company that you mentioned in this issue. The issue of the investigation of the case is actually the issue of making sure to restore the honesty so we will take care of that and will work on the investigation of the case. On top of that, I would kindly ask you if you have any additional information that you can provide to us, it would be very helpful for the investigation to make sure that we administer justice in our country with regard to the Ambassador to the United States from Ukraine as far as I recall her name was Ivanovich. It was great that you were the first one who told me that she was a bad ambassador because I agree with you 100%. Her attitude towards me was far from the best as she admired the previous President and she was on his side. She would not accept me as a new President well enough. The President: Well, she's going to go through some things. I will have Mr. Giuliani give you a call and I am also going to have Attorney General Barr call and we will get to the bottom of it. I'm sure you will figure it out. I heard the prosecutor was treated very badly and he was a very fair prosecutor so good luck with everything. Your economy is going to get better and better I predict. You have a lot of assets. It's a great country. I have many Ukrainian friends, their incredible people. President Zelenskyy: I would like to tell you that I also have quite a few Ukrainian friends that live in the United States. Actually last time I traveled to the United States, I stayed in New York near Central Park and I stayed at the Trump Tower. I will talk to them and I hope to see them again in the future. I also wanted to thank you for your invitation to visit the United States, specifically Washington DC. On the other hand, I also want to ensure you that we will be very serious about the case and will work on the investigation. As to the economy, there is much potential for our two countries and one of the issues that is very important for Ukraine is energy independence. I believe we can be very successful and cooperating on energy independence with United States. We are already working on cooperation. We are buying American oil but I am very hopeful for a future meeting. We will have more time and more opportunities to discuss these opportunities and get to know each other better. I would like to thank you very much for your support. The President: Good. Well, thank you very much and I appreciate that. I will tell Rudy and Attorney General Barr to call. Thank you. Whenever you would like to come to the White House, feel free to call. Give us a date and we'll work that out. I look forward to seeing you. President Zelenskyy: Thank you very much. I would be very happy to come and would be happy to meet with you personally and get to know you better. I am looking forward to our meeting and I also would like to invite you to visit Ukraine and come to the city of Kyiv which is a beautiful city. We have a beautiful country which would welcome you. On the other hand, I believe that on September 1 we will be in Poland and we can meet in Poland hopefully. After that, it might be a very good idea for you to travel to Ukraine. We can either take my plane and go to Ukraine or we can take your plane, which is probably much better than mine. The President: Okay, we can work that out. I look forward to seeing you in Washington and maybe in Poland because I think we are going to be there at that time. President Zelenskyy: Thank you very much Mr. President. The President: Congratulations on a fantastic job you've done. The whole world was watching. I'm not sure it was so much of an upset but congratulations. President Zelenskyy: Thank you Mr. President bye-bye. Unquote
  16. I refer to the news article on " Soros Fuels Dark Money Judicial Group That Fights Kavanaugh, Trump Nominations" in the 2nd preceding posting shown above, Quote Due to Demand Justice's arrangement with the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which acts as its fiscal sponsor, it does not have to file annual tax forms to the Internal Revenue Service. Those who contribute to groups housed at the Sixteen Thirty Fund can also mark the money to the fund's name, where it is passed to the intended groups while ultimately masking the destination. Unquote The writer(s) are actually hinting to readers of the article that the fiscal is corrupt too. Of course, we know that. However, who has the guts to write these lines and post on the Internet? The writers of the aforesaid article have.
  17. The link https://www.dailywire.com/news/51160/homewrecker-ilhan-omar-blasted-online-over-alleged-ryan-saavedra (dated 28 AUG 2019) shows: Quote The New York Post reported: Unquote Please look at the photo of Tim and IIhan in the link, you may agree with me that he looks like a decent good guy, who is not really good looking. Neither does he look sexy. She does NOT look sexy either. Two key questions related to the Social Exchange Theory (in Social Psychology) are raised here: 1./ Why would these two latched onto each other becoming a "lovey" to each other? To re-phrase the question: What are the "social exchanges" to be "exchanged" between them? By the way, if you are English, you will know the "implied underlying" meaning of "lovey". The English created this word. If you are NOT English, you can search on the Internet to find out. I am NOT an English teacher to summarise its meaning. 2./ What is it in for him? Likewise, what is it in for her? To re-phrase the question: What are the benefits of the "social exchanges" respectively for each? I will post more soon when I have time to outline my assessment on this case based on my knowledge of social psychology. Doctor in Psychology (Oxon)
  18. Thanks DrBubb for your postings. I posted the following texts on my facebook newsfeed earlier: Quote Study: China Harvesting Organs from Tens of Thousands of Political Prisoners Annually (24 June 2016 article, but is still going on in China) Click here to browse https://www.breitbart.com/…/study-china-harvesting-organs-…/ Two extracted paragraphs: 1. Human rights researchers have published an updated study accusing China of conducting tens of thousands of organ transplants using the bodies of political prisoners without their consent. While the practice has been known to occur in the communist nation for decades, Beijing alleges that it long stopped harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience. 2. The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution this month calling for the State Department to implement visa restrictions on Chinese nationals suspected of participating in the practice, a move China sternly condemned. My humble thoughts as I am wearing my psychology hat: a) Hong Kong is viewed as "a black sheep" (a metaphor) by the top China government officials, as if Hong Kong people are a "disobedient child" (a metaphor). b) If Hong Kong people continue to fight xxx, yyyy, etc, we will all be ridiculed economically and psychologically. c) There will be increasingly less jobs available for young HK people. When they approach 40s, it is likely that they will not find work anymore. d) You may be dead by then. Your child can live in poverty after having spent all your left-behind money. e) If you have a child or children, please think about emigrating to another country (not Taiwan). Ensure that your child (or children) learn English and another language (e.g. German) well so that your child can find work in another country. Of course, your child must be able to speak Mandarin. Ensure that your child performs very well academically in schools and university. Go on to get a master degree. A bachelor degree is not good enough to compete in job markets. You save up about HK$ 1 million for your child's university degree abroad. Leave Hong Kong. Unquote I am now forced to leave HK soon when I am NOT too old to look for consulting (or alike challenging) work on a pro-bono basis to "brush up" my CV with some recent UK experiences. Due to Brexit, there is no paid work for people like me. However, my academic achievements and professional work skills should give me an advantage one way or another.
  19. Well, I can boldly add on the quote shown above: quite a number of Hong Kong Chinese were arrested in the recent 2.5 weeks. These people "disappeared", except Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow, who are on bail, due to their high profiles. "Disappeared" in China including HK means being "killed". One of the 5 demands is "amnesty for arrested protesters". If the aforesaid protesters have been killed, there is no amnesty for arrested protesters. The Hong Kong government will just ignore this demand out of the 5. You can imagine that protests will continue into 2020 year. Travelling out and into HK will be at risk. How can one plan a flight out of or into Hong Kong when the operations of HK airport can be seriously affected by protesters? Stay at home and avoid travel delays or getting stuck at the airport for hours or days.
  20. Last week, when I was about to enter my building where I live, I could hear one young male voice shouting "revolution in our time" in Cantonese on a low floor in another building across the road. I responded to these annoying words in Cantonese by saying "pray to GOD, Stupid pig". He replied, "I have prayed" and continued shouting the same words. I repeated "pray to GOD, stupid pg" twice, and thought to myself. He does this every night, and 3 other female voices echoed his voice in some non-audible words at two other ends of the same street. In my humble opinion, these shouting behaviour is "childish" as if he wants to draw attention from his parents. I am sorry that I condemn such shouting behaviour on "revolution our time". Further, I am now wearing my hat as an (organisation) behavioural psychologist to share my assessment on the Chief Executive, Carrie Lam's behaviour: 1./ She is very selfish, similar to other politicians in the world. When I talked to a few people on the grass-root level, they commented how selfish she is. 2./ She talks with a parent-to-child attitude in her speeches in press conferences. If you listen to her carefully, this attitude shows up many times. 3./ Since she climbed up the social and career ladders from the bottom (her childhood was spent in a sub-divided room in Wan Chai), she has been motivated by having "power and authority". I can see that she is after the next role to be sitting next to Tung Chi Wah and CY Leung in mainland China government meetings. 4./ She is also motivated by recognition, of course, by the mainland China government. In summary, she does NOT care for the Hong Kong people. I wish that she will RESIGN one day. I also wish that she is or being investigated by ICAC (an independent anti-corruption entity) for possible corruptions in the past before taking her present role of Chief Executive. It will be GOD's will if she will be prosecuted for bribery, and hence to serve her prison terms. Many people in Hong Kong will be clapping their hands. By the way, I am a Christian, and do not wish to offend anyone who does not believe in GOD. Nevertheless, please forgive me if I have offended you. Many apologies. Welcome your posting about Hong Kong in crisis...
  21. In my assessment of Joshua Wong's motives, he has done many damages to Hong Kong in a selfish way. Politics is not black and white, but consists of grey areas. Mr Wong is too young to "play his cards" right. He is doomed to be "eradicated" eventually one way or another. I wish him well into his 40's age if he can survive through the present "crack down" by China government. My anticipation is that he is doomed! Good luck, my dear Mr Wong: be less judgmental. You will live longer.
  22. Readers: Be discerning when we read e-news posted in twitter by Laurel Chor on 25 AUG 2019. She wrote "Two men who are visiting from the US were arrested in Tsuen Wan after they took photos of the police. One is a freelance journalist, the other is a photography professor. The police asked them for press IDs; they didn't have them (which aren't required by law, by the way) ". She further wrote on 26 AUG: Guess what. I suspect that these two men are from NED. If I were them, I would NOT have taken my passport with me to the scene. These two men are badies. Hong Kong Police is NOT stupid. They are smart people. Laurel Chor has her own ulterior motive to increase her "reputation". I am afraid that this person is reporting superficial news without exploring deeper the issues of the protests involving NED. Laurel Chor is unprofessional, in my humble opinion.
  23. The various video clips depicted in the web link of newswars.com are showing a mixture of "Hong Kong triads' members" and "mainland China undercover police and policemen" pretended to be protesters (whose original motives were and are still about "withdrawing" the extradition bill instead of being violent). I am in Hong Kong, and can hear people talking about the politics over dinner at local eateries. One guy said that those wearing "white" tops are triads. Well, as far as I know. It is not as black and white as we think. I mean that those wearing white tops consist of triads, and mainland China undercover police. Some of these badies (who have support from the mainland China central government) are also wearing black tops to worsen violent behaviours. Mainland China central government is determined to "kill" violent protesters in spite of what the USA and the UK have told them not to. I ,as a little citizen here in Hong Kong, anticipate such a political move (crack down) to happen in the next few weeks. Will I go out on the streets where the shooting will be taken place? Not at all. I suggest that you punch into the Hong Kong stock market to find bargains. I prayed to GOD. GOD has not given me wisdom when to exploit the Hong Kong stock market. Readers, be ready to make some profits. I am sure that the George Sxxxx guy is already ready, knowing how he has made his fortune in the past. He is richer than GOD, but GOD will punish time and pound him many folds.
  24. 1. Glenn Beck's radio show is accurate. He must have done thorough research to put his script together. Well done to Glenn. Thanks to DrBubb to have posted the link on the radio show. 2. With reference to "Richard Hartley-Parkinson's e-news article in the previous posting dated 26 August 2019", I would like to add the following humble comments: a) Protesters at the "front" of protests, showing violent or riot behaviours, are paid between HK$5,000 to HK$6,000 per day by an organisation, which has its ulterior motive to "destroy" Hong Kong financially and politically. This particular organisation has been speculated to be one controlled by CIA (who want TRUMP down) who has been "instructed" by George Sxxxx. Well, this is very sensitive for me to expand on, in case the present website gets vetted by .... b) Readers of the present website are outsiders, and may not be interested in know the intricacies of the politics between mainland China central government and Hong Kong during the trade war between China and the USA. I do NOT wish to be patronising. However, if you construct a mind map with the main factors influencing each other, and also "connect the dots" so to speak, you may see why the tiny Hong Kong is the best "instrumental target or victim" when CIA wants Trump down during the trade negotiations between China and the USA. Then, the George guy will then pocket his monetary profits when ......I have said enough. I am sure that DrBubb is already aware of the intricacies of the politics between ......So am I.
  25. The point 2 in my earlier posting shown above was responded by someone in Hong Kong in another forum today. He wrote: Quote put it this way - I can propose another equally plausible conspiracy theory of the whole movement.President Xi, being the emperor of the universe, understands HK too well that he would know HK people must fight back if the central government intervenes too much. He actually encourages us to revolt so he could have a good bargaining chip in the trade war, and could potentially end the one country two systems. Wouldnt you want to follow what the great emperor instructed and join us instead?If this sounds absurd to you, this is how we feel when we read your post.As a Mensan, I would hope that our fellow members could make good use of our intelligence, and contribute to our society in a positive way, instead of getting sold to all those unfounded conspiracy theories and even use them to argue against the whole movement. Unquote I am writing here to ask for your help to explain what this individual in HK is driving at. This is because I do not know all aspects (facets) of conspiracy theories. Thanks.
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