You'll Get Comeuppance, CCP Arse LickersTranslated by Chen-t'ang 鎮棠, written by Atsuna
|(by Lego Cheung)|
Whenever pro-Beijing minions said something provocative, people like Elsie Leung would always defend them with excuses such as “they have freedom of speech too”. However, freedom of speech is not an excuse for wrong things. Even “I will defend to the death your right to say”, it does not mean that I have to “approve of what you say”. Do not cover that with your so-called freedom.
You have a right not to participate in protests, votes or even to join Caring Hong Kong Power, a pro-Beijing goons club, but freedom does not mean that you do not have to be responsible to what you do. You have freedom, and others have freedom to judge you too.
Those who did not study enough like to ask people to “study for a few more years [before making comments]”; those who defend for HKSARG like to say “opponents are stupid”. When you point out that they lack backbones, they will be another Paul Kwong – saying that you are either affected by herd behaviour or “having a brain that does not analyse”.
Before I thought it was just because of their poor education, as the saying goes, “A little knowledge is a dangerous thing”. A colleague of mine asked whether I went to protest on 1 July, and eventually the entire lunch became “City Forum”. My colleague is a smart person, and I think one does not have to be a localist to go to a protest. In turn he said, “I hate people opposing everything. Even my brainless student before said he will go to the protest for the sake of justice, is he a superman?” My colleague can mention some facts after reading. I also believed those who hate protesters are not all angry uncles in Victoria Park. But why so many people with normal IQ still so stubborn after looking at so many facts?
Buddhists use horses to describe the cleverness of people. There are four kinds of horses. For the first two kinds of horses, when they see a whip or felt pats on their tails, they will know the intention of the riders. This means – when people see others' sufferings, they will feel alarmed.
The third type of horses only know the intention of riders after a whip on themselves. This means – only when people experience the sufferings on their friends or families, they will know the pain.
The fourth kind of horses only know the pain after being stabbed. This means – only when they themselves experience sufferings, they will know the pain.
Even the first two types of good horses need to see others' sufferings before they become alarmed. If you told Hongkongers about “civil disobedience”, people will think you are an idiot. The freedom of Hong Kong comes so cheaply. We barely sacrifice and the enlightened “despotic” British administration gave Hong Kong rule of law and human rights, when compared to the hardship in Taiwan and Korea.
Those who are “immuned” in today's Hong Kong will probably be the latter two kinds of horses, especially those “community leaders” who own business in China. When they are stabbed by the CCP, they will then know the pain.