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极速赛车怎么才能赢-Human rights and democracy

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极速赛车怎么才能赢-微信/78354441 香港特区政府21日对美国国会众议院通过参议院版别的《香港人权与民主法案》以及别的一项有关香港的法案,表示激烈反对。发言人重申,外国政府及议会不应以任何形式干涉香港特别行政区的内部事务。

极速赛车怎么才能赢-Human rights and democracy

昨日,当“香港人权与民主法案”在美国会参议院通过的消息传来后,我国外交部、国务院港澳办、全国人大外事委员会等6个相关部门分别作出回应,提出强烈抗议。

香港特区政府也发表声明,表示“极度遗憾”。

晚,美国众议院以417票对1票,火速通过了参议院版别的法案。接下来,法案将提交给白宫,总统特朗普将在10天内考虑是签署还是否决。

那么,这个法案真是为了香港好吗?

看过法案文本后就会发现,该法案其实是一群美国政客以损伤香港公民、在港美国企业利益为代价,捞取政治本钱的一场“政治秀”。

9月18日,美国众议院议长佩洛西约请“港独”分子黄之锋、何韵诗等到会“香港人权与民主法案”记者会

 Yesterday, when the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act" was passed in the US Senate, six relevant departments, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, and the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress, respectively responded and protested strongly.

 
The Hong Kong SAR Government also issued a statement saying that it is "extremely regrettable."
 
Last night, the US House of Representatives passed the Senate version of the bill with 417 votes to 1. Next, the bill will be submitted to the White House, and President Trump will consider signing and veto within 10 days.
 
So, is this bill really for Hong Kong?
 
After reading the text of the bill, it will be found that the bill is actually a "political show" for a group of American politicians to absorb political capital at the expense of Hong Kong citizens and the interests of US companies in Hong Kong.
 
On September 18th, US House Speaker Pelosi invited the "Hong Kong independence" elements Huang Zhifeng and He Yunshi to attend the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act" press conference.
 
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In fact, the United States has been trying to do with Hong Kong for a long time. The "Hong Kong Policy Act of the United States" promulgated in 1992 and the United States Department of State have stated that Hong Kong should be presented annually. The latest 2019 statement clearly states: "Hong Kong has sufficient autonomy under 'one country, two systems.'"
 
This "Hong Kong Bill of Rights and Democracy" is an upgraded version of 1992. New bottled old wine, what medicine is sold in the gourd?
 
First of all, let's see what the version just passed said. On the official website of the US Congress, Uncle Island found the full text of the bill. The original text is rather lengthy and has many official articles, but the heart is:
 
If the United States finds that Hong Kong's autonomy has been damaged, it will revoke Hong Kong's "independent customs zone" position, impose sanctions on individuals who "harm Hong Kong's human rights", and provide US visa convenience for those participating in the demonstration.
 
 
Text of the bill published by the US Congress website
 
The “independent customs zone” here refers to the special tariff preference and import and export conditions preferentially granted to the United States by the United States in the 1992 Act. If the location is revoked, Hong Kong will be considered to be no different from other cities in China.
 
For example, the tariffs imposed by the United States on China's export products apply to Hong Kong together; the United States products and goods that are subject to change by Hong Kong are strengthened, and US products and parts related to national defense or high technology will be banned from entering Hong Kong in the future.
 
In this way, Hong Kong's foreign trade and economy, as well as Hong Kong's special position in the international arena, will be affected to a considerable extent. The Mainland will be implicated, but who is the most severe and direct impact? Of course, it is 7.5 million people living in Hong Kong.
 
If you look at the contents of the visa, you will know that this bill is intended to "hot money endorsement" for the bad guys in the chaos. It will inspire the bad guys to smash the wave of violence and fuel the situation in Hong Kong. How many visas can the US send to the bad guys? , but it is another matter).
 
The part of the sanctions is to threaten the Hong Kong officials and police who are fighting the riots: If you "suppress" the bad guys and demonstrators, then don't want to re-enter the United States, perhaps equip the US with assets.
 
For the current situation in Hong Kong, the symbolic significance of the bill is greater than the actual meaning. It is to inspire the bad guys and threaten the righteous.
 
Self-harm
 
Don't forget, Hong Kong is an international city. There are not only Hong Kong residents, but also 85,000 American citizens living in Hong Kong and more than 1,300 US companies operating in Hong Kong, as well as many foreign companies.
 
Once the special position of Hong Kong is revoked, these American citizens and businesses, as well as multinational corporations, will inevitably suffer.
 
US lawmakers will not know? Of course, I know, but they will sacrifice the interests of domestic enterprises for the "freedom and democracy" in the mouth, pointing guns at the heads of European and American companies and financial institutions in Hong Kong, and asking the Hong Kong SAR government to give in.
 
The SAR Government stated clearly in the statement:
 
In the past decade, the United States has earned the highest bilateral trading surplus in Hong Kong among its global trading partners, surpassing $33 billion in 2018 alone. There are 1,344 US companies based in Hong Kong, and 278 of them are regional headquarters. Approximately 85,000 Americans live in Hong Kong together. The unilateral change of the US economic and trade policy toward Hong Kong will have a negative impact on the relationship between the two sides and the interests of the United States.
 
American companies in Hong Kong are also very anxious. The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong issued a statement specifically saying that it has "reserved opinions" on the bill. They believe that the export control and economic sanctions mentioned in the bill may form "unexpected negative results" for US companies, which will greatly affect the interests of the United States in Hong Kong.
 
The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is so anxious to run away from the call sign because the US companies in Hong Kong are now suffering.
 
The survey of member companies released in October showed that the duration and impact of demonstrations in Hong Kong and US companies have now far exceeded expectations, severely damaging the business environment of Hong Kong's security and rule of law, and thus feel pessimistic about the business vision in Hong Kong.
 
According to the survey, 98% of US companies in Hong Kong have been affected by the riots. In the meantime, Liuchengmei Enterprise was “deeply affected” or “moderately affected” for its business activities. In addition, 90% of US companies have improved their risk assessments in Hong Kong, and one-third of them have assessed their risk rating as “high” or “extremely high” and one-half to “medium risk”.
 
Nearly 90% of US companies have been forced to adjust their business meetings and activities due to frequent violent demonstrations. They have been forced to make personnel adjustments due to the fragmentation and chaos of Hong Kong society. Nearly one-third of enterprises are experiencing the loss of talents leaving Hong Kong.
 
According to the above, 93% of US companies in Hong Kong have changed their view of Hong Kong's business prospects. This is a pessimistic attitude towards Hong Kong's long-term business prospects.
 
They began to develop a series of measures, including layoffs, reduction or transfer of investment in Hong Kong, and even moved to other cities, such as Shenzhen, Beijing or Shanghai in the Mainland, or Singapore in overseas.
 
From this point of view, the logic of the US lawmakers and the Hong Kong bad guys is the same, that is, for "freedom and democracy," I want to "take the speculation," I want jade and burn, I want other people to accompany me.
 
 
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However, not all Americans, like current politicians, have a clearer understanding, especially those who have withdrawn from the government.
 
Retired US senior diplomat and former acting assistant secretary of state, Susan Thornton, recently published a paper in the South China Morning Post, pointing out that the bill is a "great mistake." The work diplomat who was sent to China said that the bill reflects "the irresponsible and misguided" political commentary on the Hong Kong issue in the United States.
 
In her view, the United States should condemn the violence of demonstrators and should not "encourage them because they sing the American national anthem." In the words of Dong Yunshang, this bill is like the club in the hands of American politicians. They are waving the heads of Hong Kong people.
 
Former White House National Security Council Ryan Hass, the head of China, Taiwan and Mongolia policy, once pointed out that the US's work with Hong Kong does not help to deal with the deep social problems on the back of the demonstration. If the special tariff treatment of Hong Kong is revoked, it will not only help to ease the situation, but will have a huge impact on Hong Kong.
 
So why did the US Congress vote in the Senate and the House of Representatives only passed the "Hong Kong Bill of Rights on Human Rights and Democracy" with only one vote?
 
This is because, in the current politician circle in Washington, there has been a consensus political atmosphere of "anti-China" and "stopping China". "Anti-China" is now almost "politically correct" in the US Congress. If you do not vote in favor of the wind, Members will suffer tremendous political pressure.
 
In the words of Dong Yunshang, the lawmakers who voted for the bill simply "had no idea." They only need the words "China" and "Hong Kong" in the bill.
 
In the eyes of American politicians, as long as political capital and ideology, there is no Hong Kong citizen.

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