Moderate shoe-shiners’ rigged-election woes

Hilariously tragic – wannabe quasi-election candidates from Ronnie Tong’s ‘moderate think tank’ group and the ‘centrist’ Third Path are struggling to attract necessary nominations from the Election Committee…

“We haven’t got a single nomination yet and we haven’t a clue what happened,” said Ronny Tong Ka-wah, a government adviser and leader of Path of Democracy, which planned to send four hopefuls to the December 19 election.

The reason is simple: members of the all-patriot/shoe-shiners Election Committee are petrified of endorsing anyone who does not have the overt blessing of Beijing officials, lest they end up in the CCP’s Big Black Book of Lifelong Enemies. Presumably, the Liaison Office will give a few zombies a nudge in order to get the token independents on the ballot. (The SCMP coyly terms their positioning ‘political ideas that do not square entirely with the pro-establishment camp’.)

The Hong Kong Police sleuths are trying to track down whoever developed the BackHomeSafe fake Covid contact-tracing app. 

For some non-local weirdness… 

Hundreds of QAnon supporters are currently traveling from all across the U.S. to Dallas, where they expect to see John F. Kennedy suddenly reappear on Tuesday night and ordain former President Donald Trump as the ‘king of kings’.

One seer…

…has long claimed that the Kennedy bloodline is directly linked to Christ. 

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9 Responses to Moderate shoe-shiners’ rigged-election woes

  1. Low Profile says:

    I can’t help feeling that whoever is behind QAnon is having a massive laugh at the amount of nonsense their followers will swallow, and will one day soon come forward and say: “I can’t believe I fooled all you suckers so easily”.

  2. donkey says:

    Dictatorships are stable, for a reason. They are constipated!

  3. Stanley Leiber says:

    @Low Profile

    Your trenchant observation about the QAnon leadership laughing behind their hands at the amount of nonsense their followers are prepared to swallow undoubtedly applies to practically every modern political party or movement one can think of. Climate change evangelists and Black Lives Matter fanatics, for example, come to mind immediately.

  4. Chris Maden says:


    Well, apart from minor things such as climate science being backed by, you know, er, science and BLM being a response to, er, black people being murdered by gun-happy cops. And “climate evangelists” such as Bill McKibben being, er Bill McKibben where QAnon hides behind a fake on-line identity.

  5. Low Profile says:

    @Stanley Leiber – I won’t get into BLM discussion here, but there is genuine scientific evidence behind the climate change movement, whatever one may think of its proponents supergluing themselves to airport runways to draw attention to it By contrast, so far as I am aware, there is no peer-reviewed proof of Pizzagate or of the Kennedy family sharing their DNA with Christ. Some fanatics are driven by fantasies (like that of Trump “winning” the 2020 election); others by valid concerns. You are lumping together very different movements here.

  6. Toph says:

    Hmm, people who are on the long term receiving end of police harassment and brutality getting angry at police harassment and brutality, that can’t be right, must be a conspiracy theory.

  7. Kwun Tong Bypass says:

    And who knows, maybe the Kennedy bloodline and the Xi Jinping bloodline link somewhere to Christ. Or was it Kennedy’s and Christ’s linked to Xi?

  8. Putting both the con and the piracy in conspiracy says:

    Re: QAnon loonies
    Even if we skip over the truly bonkers nonsense that only complete suckers could believe about dead people coming back to life (apologies to any Christians out there), why choose the Democrat of Democrats as the assassinated president of choice to resurrect and anoint the Mango Nazi as the king of kings?
    Why not go with Abraham Lincoln? Lincoln was at least a Republican.

    So yes, I tend to side with Low Profile, but to paraphase Dr Thompson “Not that we needed all that for the QAnon, but once you get locked into a serious conspiracy collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can.”

    A final conspiracy thought: is it just a coincidence that “Q” in Cantonese is the rudeness-in-polite-company equivalent of “F—ing”/”effing”? I think we should be told.

  9. Wolflikeme says:

    best to keep it to HK topics, or else we’ll figure out we all hate each other

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