British Government should be responsible to the deteriorating condition of Hong Kong
Hong Kong has been dying and its promised liberties are being usurped bit by bit by the Northern Mandarins and some local Hong Kongers. The politics are heavily played by the CPC who has promised not to intervened the local internal affairs. Our LIAR Chief Executive CY Leung, who have studied in the UK, failed to explained his flaws of credibility where he constructed more than one illegal structure. He is also CPC-minded and was allegedly a CPC underground member. The promised universal referendum for the CE and the Legco (parliament) is postponed again and again, leaving the place vulnerable to any human-right-infringing bills.. Hong Kongers, who love their only and lovely home, felt invaded and ashamed. There are every evidence that the Sino-British Joint Declaration ad the Basic Law has been breached, that the CPC has intervened more and more directly and that Hong Kong is being eroded. Hong Kongers feel intensifying Mainlandization, an irrupted and unwelcome forced assimilation to a society which is relatively lower. HONG KONG HAS BEEN SHAMED SINCE THE 1997 HANDOVER, AND THE SPARK OF THIS PEARL OF THE ORIENT HAS NEVER BEEN DIMMER. I BEG FOR YOUR SIGNATURES TO HELP US IN DEFENDING OUR RIGHTS. 1. The British Government should intervene Hong Kong in accordance with the Joint Declaration and the Basic Law. 2.Under British observance, the city state of Hong Kong should choose by Universal Referendum its own whereabouts, that is to be an independent state, to be a British colony or to proceed in democratization in autonomy under British guidance. Peripheral affairs, such as whether Hong Kong should membership 3.The British Government should at least assure that a just and thorough Universal Referendum that decide the rulers and leaders of the territory is in place functionally. Hong Kongers, all the people who love Hong Kong, including those who are living abroad, please give a helping help to let the voice be heard internationally. Internationalization of the situation should help Hong Kong.