From March 29th 2013 Oriental Daily,
Last week (March 21st 2013), the air force of the PLA Hong Kong garrison suddenly conducted its first firing drill in Hong Kong’s territory. In the past, the garrison always gave important news to the Hong Kong media. However, this time, they didn’t announce this newsworthy activity to the Hong Kong media, nor did they provide footage of the drill. The Hong Kong media reported the news by capturing CCTV’s footage.
Two Military Drills WITHIN 9 Days
It seems to be too far-fetched to link the drill with “Occupy Central”. Yet, it doesn’t make sense to say the two events are unrelated. Benny Tai, being a scholar, probably has underestimated Beijing’s determination to defend its regime. Qiao Xiaoyang’s speech which was delivered in Shenzhen was gradually published. The latest version of the speech: If the two premisses set by Beijing are rejected, it won’t be suitable to have consultation about the political reform. Not even having any consultation, will there be universal suffrage in 2017? That said, Beijing has prepared for the snubbing of 2017 universal suffrage, electing the Chief Executive using the original method.
It is said that Beijing even says those who are unhappy can leave Hong Kong. That said, Beijing has prepared for the worst case scenario: Not only will there be no universal suffrage, but also Occupy Central will happen. Even the happening of bigger riots has also been prepared. Furthermore, international pressure from the U.S, the U.K etc has also been included. But even so, Beijing intends to make no concessions and even prepares to crack down on riots. The Beijing messenger even says that Deng Xiaoping’s insistence on deploying the PLA Hong Kong garrison isn’t just a symbolic move but also has the function of preventing riots. Linking all of these, the garrison’s firing drill, which was conducted after Benny Tai had proposed “Occupy Central”, isn’t all aimless.
黃頁: It’s ridiculous. After messing up others’ home, they tell those who are unhappy to leave.
worse: You rob my home and even tell me to leave?
AV仁: Even if I had money, I wouldn’t emigrate. Why do I have to leave the place where I grew up? Why do I have to bow down to the evil force? Why don’t you chinks commie thieves leave?
施迪: Hong Kong is my home, why do I have to leave? If you Chinese don’t like Hong Kong, you can go back to China. Don’t stay in my place and occupy a place that isn’t built by you.