上联: 廿二載七一又臨 , 此际骚乱频仍, 必须重振䋞常, 香港豈能纵容乱局?
下联: 五十年九七快到 , 他朝昇平有待, 努力苦思良策, 人心凝聚始算回歸 !
Henry 2019.07.01. '
Chinese Couplet by Henry K H Woo
-- Translated by Frank C Yue
After 22 years,
July 1 is here --
There are frequent disturbances still,
Peace and order must be re-established with an iron will.
In Hong Kong how could chaos be tolerated?
After 1997, the agreed "50 years" will soon be near:
A return to normalcy can be expected.
We should try our best to reach solutions bold --
Only when the People are well-treated and united
Will the Pearl of the Orient be returned into the fold.
Note by Translator:
i also rec'd the following from a group of my friends --
"This is a BBC report entitled “How Apps Power Hong Kong 'Leaderless' Protests”：
Of course the protests were not leaderless. The CIA and 5 Eyes agents have long been preparing to instigate unrests in HK. They provided myriads of support behind these and other clandestine activities. Their cyber weaponry in HK is well-stacked.
The former NSA contractor Edward Snowden described the Five Eyes as a "supra-national intelligence organisation that does not answer to the known laws of its own countries".
In addition, they break the laws of other countries and territories. There is no law to extradite foreign espionage agents in HK to China. That is why Hong Kong is now the most active haven for CIA and the Five Eyes agents in the world. They also hired and funded a lot of local operatives, agents and activists.
Hong Kong was always Casablanca since before the Handover. But after China uprooted the CIA infiltration network in China six/seven years ago, the US has reorganized their forces in HK, taking advantage of the one-sided Colonial extradition law “left behind” by the British. In the past few years, they and the Five Eyes partners (plus Japan) greatly increased their presence and activities in Hong Kong, making it their hemispheric HQ and hub for subversion, cyber warfare and international illicit espionage activities and transactions.
The above report is only a tip of the iceberg."
"And this one from CNN:
【That viral photo of the Hong Kong protests is not what it seems - CNN】
The reports in the Western media grossly exaggerated the number of protesters, doctored the photos, and made no mention of the counter-demonstrations. The ulterior motive is obvious."