The complete dismantling of Hong Kong legal system

Zheng Yanxiong, director of the Office for Safeguarding National Security

When Zheng Yanxiong (member of the criminal organisation called Chinese Communist Party) said that “Hong Kong legal system should reflect China’s will” it meant the end of the Hong Kong legal system which already has been corrupted with the NSL courts that live outside the normal legal system.

Chris Tang (Commissioner of Police) went out recently and called for a law against fake news and at the same time he managed to be quiet about one of the biggest lies in China, that the CCP was founded on the 1st of July, but this happen first on the 23rd of July 1921 in Shanghai where French Police disbanded the first ever CCP meeting.

Both Mr Tang and Mr Yanxiong are showing that Hong Kong is no more, but we live in a city ruled by terror named Xiānggǎng.

The end of Hong Kong press-freedom

Apple Daily HK web page

Today the last printed edition of Apple Daily HK published and also the closure of the web page too. Now there aren’t any government investigating press left in Hong Kong as the HK Government has targeted those who have tried to keep the society open and somewhat equal.

At this date, Mingpao is still operating, trying to be away from politics, so there ain’t anyone to look into the corruption within HK Government and the Mainland Special Regions of China.

The Chinese Government in Taipei condemned the whole political suppression of Hong Kong media under the national security law and by those in power and calling it the “death knell” of Hong Kong’s press and speech freedoms.

How to be convicted for rioting in Hong Kong?

The Hong Kong court system has changed quite drastically towards the Communist-Chinese court system where you get convicted if you have been prosecuted for a crime you haven’t done.

Judge Ernest Michael Lin Kam-hung convicted three protesters for rioting even if there was no evidence of them taking part of any such activity, at least in Communist-China they present fake evidence, but in Hong Kong this not even needed.

So what is the requirement to be sentenced in Hong Kong for fake crimes, just believe in Democracy and you will have food and shelter at the prison.

Source: The Guardian, SCMP (Communist News Paper)

AbouThai was just politics from CCP

From what I have heard, the whole AbouThai affair was required by the Chinese Communist Party officials and it has been push from the HK Government to the custom services to make a raid against AbouThai to disturb their business and to be used as a reason to make further investigation on the company so that it will be convenient to expand allegations of other crimes.
The CCP is aiming the Yellow side and will take any opportunity to hit against them, starting with a simple misstep that in normal cases would just result in a warning, but as it’s a Yellow business it has to be a lot more severe punishment and always with the threat of coming back with made up crimes to get the out of business.

Things are completely different if you are supporting the communist terror, so called Blue side, then hundreds of products mislabeled as at Best Mart 360 will just get one custom officer to make a visit at one site and just give a warning.
Being Blue also gives you the fast way trough the customs if you have to cross the border, so there are benefits to support communist terror.

The Hong Kong Liaison Office has also provided a Yellow list to the Customs office, those entities that are listed on the list will be raided if there is a minor complaint made against them, there are an unspoken list of Blue entities that are more or less kept free of visits from the Customs office, even if there would be major complaints, as Grandpa don’t want to loose face again if the Customs would find a US fighter aircraft in a container heading to the mainland.

The irony of the AbouThai raid, most of the Custom officers are “Yellow” or people who dislike to give Blue’s special special treatment, so they are punished with doing atrocities against the Yellow businesses, the Liaison Office thought it was a good punishment and hope it would split the Yellow community and make it weaker.

I know most of the things are hearsay, but it’s difficulty to not snap up things when people have phone calls at the dinner table…

PRC economy hit badly by COVID-19 pandemic

It seems that Peoples Republic of China has hist major economical issues thanks to the pandemic they unleashed on the world in the end of 2019 and which has affected the whole world since spring 2020.

It seems that GDP in PRC has fallen from 10264 USD in 2019 to just around 1900 USD, same as Bangladesh, but the positive thing with this economical downfall is that PRC has now a poverty of 0.60% instead of 18% as the poverty boundary has dropped from an income of 5.50USD per day to 2.25 USD per day.