Where should we be looking at
I have talked about my concern over the sustainability of the way Hong Kong works since years ago and talked about inevitable social unrest and our fragile situation in face of any epidemic. I am not going to repeat myself again.
IF the CCP thinks it is a lack of CCP law that had caused social unrest in Hong Kong, Hong Kong economy will not recover forever. If I am an investor, I will move out -- not because of the law, but because of LACK OF ACTION to ensure sustainable development which is needed to maintain the profit.
Quality education, one that promotes critical thinking and independent working attitudes (you don't need a leader to tell a group of people what to do -- they will sort that out themselves) is what makes MY investment profitable.
A huge group of people with critical thinking will ensure that hoaxes and scams have a difficult time running around without being exposed. Most people would not inspect a claim if doing so is "emotionally offensive". Being critical is to be able to offend yourself and challenge others.
Management cost decreases significantly if people are able to manage themselves and people are put off from trying to be a con artist knowing that they won't have an easy time.
Obviously CCP is trying to put off foreign investments into Hong Kong in order to take over, as well as putting an end to the high quality education some schools in HK have been providing all over the years.
If Hong Kong education churns out brainwashed youths which cannot be hired by international standards, the next generation will have to submit to CCP for a living for sure, because we don't have too much local primary and secondary industry to put food on the table directly.
The medics are fighting. The next professional industry to go into the battlefield will be the educators.
What the CCP doing is like: oh you have a fever, shouldn't you take some paracetamol? That will put your fever down for sure. Now will you just take some and stop the fuss?
Hong Kong people are wise enough to recognize that we are in the absolutely wrong hands.
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