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Tai Yiu Ting: civil obedience does not change HK, people do

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(新頁面: October 8, 2013 Chargo Chan Ho Yin Benny Tai Yiu Ting, pioneer of the occupy Central plan, said that occupying Central is a kind of civil disobedience to draw the public attention on t…)
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October 8, 2013

Chargo Chan Ho Yin

Benny Tai Yiu Ting, pioneer of the occupy Central plan, said that occupying Central is a kind of civil disobedience to draw the public attention on the issue of calling for a real election in Hong Kong.

Tai said that a civil disobedience is an illegal nonviolent protest which requires protestants to bear the responsibility for the crimes. “The protest itself cannot directly change the existing problem in a place, but it gives an opportunity for  protestants to show that they are willing to sacrifice not for the benefits of themselves but for the society as a whole,” Tai said. He pointed out that some of the people may be touched by the protestants’ act and become more care about the issue. From time to time, more discussion will be stirred up and the ultimate goal of letting people know more about the real election will be reached.

Tai said the most important part of a successful civil disobedience is an active participation of the public. He pointed out that, the more the people who take part in the will discuss, the higher the possibility they can come up with a influential plan through online voting. The voting result can then be used as gambling chips to exert pressure on the government to carry out changes.

Tai disagreed with the saying that occupation of Central will develop into a bloody conflict. He said that Hong Kong is an independent city with good law and order. With this advantage, it is very possible to carry out continuous peaceful will discuss in achieving the goal.

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