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Please Sign on our Petition to the White House:
Support Hong Kong Democracy and Prevent A Second Tiananmen Massacre in Hong Kong
We ask all the democracy-loving people living in the United States and other parts of the world to sign our We The People petition to the White House on Hong Kong which urges the US government to monitor the constitutional crisis in Hong Kong, press the Chinese Government to honor their promise of democratic elections to the Hong Kong citizenry, and prevent a second Tiananmen Massacre from happening in Hong Kong. Our goal of having the White House respond to this crisis can be achieved by reaching 100,000 signatories by Oct. 4, 2014. Please forward to friends and colleagues to support this petition.
Goal: Have the U.S. government to warn Beijing that any effort to crackdown peaceful demonstrations in Hong Kong by force will be strongly opposed and severely punished.
Requirement: 100,000 signatories by Oct 4, 2014
3 Easy Steps:
1. Go to: http://wh.gov/lhJ2E
2. Sign with First Name, Last Name, and Email on the right column.
3. [Important!] Check your email from the White House, and CONFIRM your signature.
Under the “One Country Two Systems” principle, China pledged in the Sino-British Joint Declaration of 1984, and the "Basic Law," the constitution of Hong Kong, that the Hong Kong voters could freely choose their own leader. Beijing has repeatedly breached this promise of meaningful universal suffrage.
Widespread peaceful protests and demonstrations by the understandably outraged public ensued: but they are scheduled to increase in September and October. Chinese officials have intimidated or shut down voices of protest and threatened even more interference by Beijing and its People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops stationed in Hong Kong. Given Beijing's records of using force to suppress peaceful dissent, we fear repetition in Hong Kong of the infamous 1989 Massacre in Tiananmen Square. But this time, the United States has ample warning of the danger and could take steps to prevent it.
The most recent crisis began in June, when Beijing issued a bizarre interpretation of the "Basic Law," undermining the rule of law in Hong Kong and eroding the guaranty of free elections. The formal promise of “Hong Kong people running Hong Kong with a high level of autonomy” was replaced by authoritarian concepts such as "complete jurisdiction", "oversight by the Central Government" and “judges must be patriotic.”