Despicable behviour despised

The SCMP reports on an AI system that creates text based on Xi Jinping’s political philosophy.

By coincidence (presumably), the Hong Kong government issues one of its outraged and indignant press releases on negative comments from an overseas organization…

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government on May 20 strongly condemned the “briefing” published by anti-China organisation “Hong Kong Watch”, which made untruthful, slandering and smearing remarks against the legislation of Article 23 of the Basic Law

A spokesman for the HKSAR Government said, “The so-called ‘sanctions’ mentioned in the ‘briefing’ smack of despicable political manipulation to intimidate the HKSAR officials safeguarding national security. These grossly interfere in China’s internal affairs and Hong Kong affairs, and violate the international law and the basic norms governing international relations. The HKSAR despises such so-called ‘sanctions’ and is not intimidated by such a despicable behaviour. The HKSAR will resolutely continue to discharge the duty of safeguarding national security.”

 “Following the successful enactment of the Ordinance, the shortcomings in the legal system and enforcement mechanisms for the HKSAR to safeguard national security are addressed. We must once again emphasise that the Ordinance is a piece of legislation to defend against external forces that endanger our national security, acting like a sturdier door and a more effective door lock to defend our home. The HKSAR Government strongly urges these organisations with ulterior motives to stop smearing and interfering in Hong Kong affairs which are internal affairs of China. It is incumbent upon these organisations to ensure that their remarks concerning the NSL and the Ordinance are fair and just, and stop making scaremongering remarks.

… “Not only is ‘Hong Kong Watch’ an anti-China organisation, many of its members are also anti-China and destabilising forces in the front line, who have called for so-called ‘sanctions’ by foreign countries against officials of the Central People’s Government and the HKSAR Government repeatedly. Members of the public in Hong Kong and the international community should see the organisation in its true colours and not to be misled by its skewed remarks with ulterior motives.

Is this generated by a Large Mouth-froth Model? And would anyone having read this official statement – previously unaware of the HK Watch briefing – feel more inclined to check it out, or less?

From HKFP, more on the report on special-needs and other schools’ encouragement of patriotism…

The bureau singled out Tsuen Wan Government Primary School as one of the schools that needed to step up its efforts to develop national security education.

…some students in the upper classes sang the national anthem “weakly” during the school’s flag raising ceremonies.

…It said Caritas Resurrection School, a special needs school for children with moderate intellectual disabilities, was “lagging behind” in implementing national security education.

…Po Leung Kuk Law’s Foundation School, a school for children with severe intellectual disabilities in Yuen Long, only had a small number of subjects linked to national security, the bureau said.

“The school must fully implement national security education as soon as possible to help students comprehensively learn national security education content,” the report said.

…Po Leung Kuk Law Foundation School students lined up neatly and courteously during flag-raising ceremonies, demonstrating their respect.

…Some of the bureau’s remarks on the need for specific schools to step up national security education were left out of the documents uploaded to the government’s website, and were only available in the full reports on the schools’ own website.

Good to see severly intellectually disabled kids demonstrating their respect.

And in case you haven’t heard – the British ex-Marine security consultant accused of helping the London HKETO hound Hong Kong exiles has been found dead in a park. Be grateful that we don’t do conspiracy theories around here.

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5 Responses to Despicable behviour despised

  1. Chinese Netizen says:

    Ho Lee Fok! Game over! Pretty much EVERY outrage encapsulated into one press release! That’s like clearing the board in one move in a game of checkers.

    I’ll most definitely be scouring the interwebs for the source of this brilliant WordWang. (hat tip to HKCCPSAR government for key words to search)

    Bravo, HKCCPSAR government. (slow clap)

  2. Starry Eyed says:

    Particularly timely condemnation of so-called sanctions on the day MOFA sanctions a former US Congressman (no holiday home in Gansu for you, Mike Gallagher).

    Re: mandatory patriotism for special needs kids: don’t knock it. How’d you think Starry Lee got to the NPC Standing Committee?

  3. Joe Blow says:

    I kept looking for “resolutely” and finally I found it at the end of the second paragraph, so I was not disappointed. When they are frothing at the mouth, do they take a pill or something to make it frothy, or they simply use a can of whipped cream and apply a few blobs of around the mouth? “Look boss! How frothy I am.” “I good boy!”

  4. Reader says:

    Has HK Govt ever *weakly* condemned anything?

    Redundant much?

  5. Artificial Intelligence vs. Natural Stupidity says:

    Makes you wonder if the Politburo thinks ‘AI’ stands for ‘Artificial Indoctrination’!

    I can’t wait to find out who will be the first to strongly condemn the other as a dissident counterrevolutionary element — the Politburo or the AI? Place your bets!

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