Carrie Lam Postpones Policy Address to Wait for Xi Jinping's Murderous Orders from Shenzhen?
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam postpones policy address to end November, rather than Wednesday, citing the need to celebrate with Chairman Xi Jinping in Shenzhen its 40th anniversary as a special economic zone and to feed into her address new measures set to emerge from Beijing talks on the Greater Bay Area later this month. Her excuses are unconvincing for she could have postponed her speech to early November instead of end November. Further, if she delivers her address in end November, the Legislative Council will be left with little time to process its agenda within this legislative year. (By Chapman Chen, HKBNews)
The real reason for the delay is probably some sort of drastic change which must be coming before the end of next month, e.g., China attacking Taiwan (1), launching of a digital currency to replace Hong Kong cash, isolation of China and Hong Kong, food and water rationing in Hong Kong ensuing a major war between China and Taiwan and/or the USA (with a view to carrying out a genocide of HK residents), and Cultural Revolution 2.0 in Hong Kong as a consequence of America's sanctions on China. Xi Jinping must have made a sudden, destructive decision, which is supposed to be passed in the Fifth Plenary Session to take place from October 26 through October 29. Chairman Xi may want to issue murderous orders to Carrie Lam involving Hongkongers from Shenzhen, just as Chairman Mao issued murderous orders from Shijiazhuang, Hebei for The Three-anti Campaign (1951) and Five-anti Campaign (1952) , during the Korean War.
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Reference: Martin Oei (10 Oct 2020) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXlDAXjC5w8&t=1079s
Note 1: https://www.facebook.com/hongkongbilingualnews/posts/1077691039335326?__xts__=68.ARCRynBOEB_d1-Z0_fXXKAm7DSAcKqqEOjFHZ0mN14ea-20lgUbRNSR7tePlbR4JQ6C2viAnxGWoBz5gu5vvLWqeJI29THQIfWIihfgX3nHqI2BKBQJtwhzNJ-Y3EJ8lGFnF8aaKq5Ub-2jfYHMvowp_p7bQpXQY37adjuHGeLlQDBXPrv4b-5ud9L_q__Z0gZXqP0byjp6__LXMeabDs90iwRcySGlA-p-1EAsEwaU-6h_J8-JsBVbFggE6A_N4dCiuR8k6MtZWZAVIYfGm-FEJJRAGDrKlAo2g40UFBZqzh6ifn0mmAKnVzyxSwqt-isExUDoBOS9YkgyyuC9OslBXgw&__tn__=-R
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