DPP authorities toss "Hong Kong humanitarian aid project" accused of deceiving Hong Kong people
[Global Times Special Correspondent Cheng Dong] After repeated delays, the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party authorities threw out the "Hong Kong Humanitarian Aid Action Project" on the 18th. However, the project will be carried out by the "cold government gate", which has long been virtualized (referring to the greatly reduced authority), causing public opinion to question Tsai Ing-wen's "sincerity" and some Hong Kong people should wake up.
On the afternoon of the 18th, Chen Mingtong, chairman of the Taiwan Land Council, held a press conference to explain the authorities' "Hong Kong Humanitarian Assistance Action Project." He revealed that he would set up a special window under the "Taiwan-Hong Kong Policy Progress Conference" and set up a "Taiwan-Hong Kong Service Exchange Office", which will officially start operations on July 1 to provide convenient services and care for Hong Kong people. The office has three groups of "consulting services", "project management" and "administrative affairs", providing project consulting and assistance services for Hong Kong people going to Taiwan for school, employment, investment and entrepreneurship, immigration and settlement, as well as multinational companies and international legal person groups to Taiwan. At the same time, on the premise of taking into account "Taiwan security", in accordance with the existing laws and regulations and public-private cooperation, pragmatic handling of "humanitarian assistance" and care matters for Hong Kong people. Tsai Ing-wen also claimed to provide "one-stop service" on the 18th, and he will also assist Hong Kong people who have safety concerns and are in danger of emergency.
Although the DPP authorities boasted for a long time, Taiwan media found that the "Taiwan-Hong Kong Economic and Cultural Cooperation Initiative", which is responsible for the implementation of the "Hong Kong Humanitarian Aid Action Project", was a virtualized "cold government", but now it is involved in the national security of Hong Kong. Legislation leapt to the stage and became a window for the Cai authorities to assist Hong Kong people. According to a former high-ranking official of the "Guo'an", during the Ma Ying-jeou period, the MAC proposed to establish a "strategy meeting" to promote Taiwan-Hong Kong relations. After that, Su Qi, the then Secretary-General of the National Security Council, received a report that a high-level official was operating alone and the ministries involved were kept in the dark. The so-called substantive operation was simply difficult to promote. However, Ma Ying-jeou had already made a decision, and later he could only "humble" this organization. The office was set up in the Hong Kong and Macao Division of the MAC, and the staff also highly overlapped with the officials of the Hong Kong and Macao Division. The person familiar with the situation also revealed that the current chairman of the "Cejin Association" is still the former chairman of the China Sea Foundation Zhang Xiaoyue, and the vice chairman is Qiu Cuizheng, deputy chairman of the Land Commission. After 2016, the high-level exchanges between the "Chengjin Association" and the "Hong Kong-Taiwan Economic and Cultural Cooperation Association", the counterparts of Hong Kong, have long been suspended.
The Director of the Hong Kong Security Bureau, Li Jiachao, previously analyzed that Taiwan and the United States had intervened in Hong Kong to "fix the storm" to provide funds and equipment for the violents. However, since the beginning of this year, the demonstrators have lacked new fighting equipment, so he questioned them. Lose funding source. The island, such as the Taiwan People’s Party, has also questioned the DPP’s support of Hong Kong’s “lip service”. Cai Zhengyuan, the former deputy secretary-general of the Kuomintang, said in Facebook that the "Hong Kong Independence" mob wanted to settle in Taiwan, and frequently complained that the Tsai Ing-wen authorities were not sincere enough. Time is up. The president of Sun Wen School Zhang Yazhong said that as the conflict between Washington and Beijing became more and more acute, Tsai Ing-wen's "pro-American resistance against China" needed Hong Kong's "chaos" to add firewood. But Taiwanese society’s concern about the situation in Hong Kong is one thing, and letting radical "Hong Kong independence" elements come to Taiwan is another. Tsai Ing-wen knows of course. Therefore, when many "Hong Kong independence" youths came to Taiwan and hoped that Tsai Ing-wen could provide political assistance, Tsai Ing-wen only expressed verbal concern, but did not do anything practically, and he did not want to consider them as "political refugees." At the same time, Zhang Yazhong reminded that this group of people leaving Hong Kong will definitely not be lonely and will be with "Taiwan independence" to promote Tsai Ing-wen and the DPP to raise the "anti-China" posture and intervene in Taiwan's internal political struggle and social confrontation.
"China Times" said that the British Prime Minister Johnson boasted of taking 3 million Hong Kong people, but there are no specific rules, "Britain's own unemployment can not be dealt with, but also generously let Hong Kong people to grab the British white-collar jobs?" As for Green Camp said Taiwan can attract Hong Kong’s high-end talents, but Taiwan’s financial and economic regulations are not open enough, especially the DPP authorities are decoupling the two sides of the strait. . Hong Kong's China Press Agency also stated that in any case, the DPP authorities must support Hong Kong's anti-government actions first, to avoid falling into the pit where "Taiwan independence" and "Hong Kong independence" merge, "ignoring Western forces from Beijing Strong interference and the introduction of the Hong Kong-related national security law can see the determination of the mainland, and Taiwan must beware of the danger." Lianhe News said on the 18th that the DPP authorities' attitude has obviously turned to low-key and obscured the intensity of aid to Hong Kong, which is very different from the past with loud slogans supporting Hong Kong. There are two reasons behind this: one is because cross-strait relations are still sensitive nerves, and the other is to take into account the perception and acceptance of the Taiwan people. The article bluntly said that the so-called Hong Kong aid project is like a large platform where existing mechanisms converge. Apart from having offices, it can't see the difference in handling rules and the absorption of Hong Kong talents and Hong Kong capital from the past.