Liang Zhenying, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese people’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and former chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), wrote an article on Facebook on the 14th, denouncing the student union of the University of Hong Kong for “following the same words, which is a frog in a well and arrogant at night.”.
it is reported that the student union of the University of Hong Kong made a donation of 188000 yuan to the “poison media” Apple Daily on 14 days to publish a manifesto entitled “to Hong Kong people: may we return our lives to freedom”. In response, Liang Zhenying said: first of all, please admit that Hong Kong is a very free place. Any government in the world has intelligence agencies, and there are cases of searching media organizations, and the media will not be allowed to cover them. In the Snowden incident, Britain smashed computers on the scene of the guardian. During the Hong Kong British period, all kinds of measures were taken to control and crack down on press freedom.
Liang Zhenying believes that the Manifesto is not only groundless, but also arrogant. Young friends, take a look at the mainland of China. The number of people from Europe, America, Japan and South Korea who invest, work and study in the mainland is more than twice that in Hong Kong. Nearly 300000 Hong Kong people have lived in the mainland for a long time. Let the head of the student union of the University of Hong Kong jump out of the ivory tower. Please compare today’s Hong Kong with today’s foreign society, and compare today’s Hong Kong with Hong Kong under the British rule.
Liang Zhenying pointed out that foreigners and Hong Kong people are not relatives. Every word they say and do on the issue of Hong Kong involves the calculation of international struggle, political and economic interests. Take the BNO policy of the United Kingdom as an example. If the British government really cared for the people of Hong Kong, it would not have published the “green paper on British nationality law” in 1977. Please go to the library to find out the amendment of British nationality law more than 40 years ago and read it carefully. “It’s the easiest thing to say the same thing, but there’s a head above the mouth, a head behind two eyes, and a head behind two ears.” (overseas website Zhang Qi)