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Consequence of Occupying Central is the Major Threat:Chow

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【24th September, 2013 Leung Nga Wing】Chow Yung, representative of the anti-occupy Central group “Silent Majority for Hong Kong”, described the act of occupying Central as a nuclear bomb, which its consequence is more threatening than its existence.


The ‘’Occupying Central’’ campaign has published many articles on newspapers, stating clearly what to do in the occupying Central movement. Chow took the explosion of a nuclear bomb as example, and said he is more concerned about the serious impacts brought by the movement than the campaign itself.


‘’Nuclear bomb itself is not harmful, rather the consequence after the explosion is more threating,’’ said Chow.


Chow described when all the major roads, highways and tunnels are congested due to the occupying Central movement, there is no difference between occupying Central and paralyzing Hong Kong. ‘’How Hong Kongers can live under such a circumstance?’’ he questioned.


He also showed his doubts towards the agreement proposed by the ‘’Occupy Central’’ campaigner, which it requires the participants to protest peacefully during the movement. ‘’They have mentioned five ways to ensure the participants would protest peacefully. However, in my point of view, there would be a few waves of movement, which I think the situation would be more difficult to control when more and more people are involved in each stage.‘’


Chow added that when Central is being occupied and all police force is gathered to cope with the protesters around this area, it might pose a threat to the safety and security of other districts in Hong Kong.


Chow urged the public to consider striving for democracy and universal suffrage without using violence. He deemed that there are other ways for Hong Kong to achieve democracy and ‘real’ universal suffrage peacefully.


Chow recently formed a group named “Silent Majority for Hong Kong” with certain academic elites and opinion leaders. The group holds an opposing view towards “Occupying Central” campaign, and regards such civil disobedience as a threat to Hong Kong’s business and financial centre.


“Occupying Central” is a campaign proposed by Benny Tai Yiu-ting, the associate professor of law at the University of Hong Kong. He plans to initiate a civil disobedience protest next year in Central, which aims at forcing the government to launch universal suffrage as soon as possible.


--125099 2013年9月24日 (二) 18:27 (UTC)

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