‘HKI’ gang’s dirty tricks
Lam Wai-sze has not put an end to the controversy caused by her verbal abuse of police officers, despite the goodwill education authorities and her school extended to her. Instead she has stepped up political attacks on the police force and went so far as to stage a public show of anti-police hysteria, accusing law-enforcement authorities of “partiality” in arresting her fellow “Hong Kong independence (HKI)” advocate Chiu Hin-chung, a rising star of the “HKI” gang and known ally of “Taiwan independence” forces.
It is no secret that Lam is not an ordinary school teacher but a core member of the political group specialized in doing the opposition camp’s dirty work, including acts of violence.
And she did not pass by Mong Kok Pedestrian Street and happen to witness police “partiality” in handling a dispute between Falun Gong cult members and pro-establishment youths the other day. Her very dramatic intervention and foul-mouthed “protest” against police officers on duty was a premeditated and well-executed political farce for public viewing. It was meant to pave the way for the upcoming “Occupy Central” illegal campaign by discrediting and intimidating the Hong Kong Police Force so that the latter will be afraid to do its job when the “Occupiers” resort to violence.
Lam and Chiu have been devout followers of Legislative Councillor Wong Yuk-man, widely considered the godfather of mob politics in Hong Kong, and promoted to front and center of Wong’s gang-style production since Wong and fellow radical politician Chan Wai-yip were charged and convicted of illegal assembly and sentenced to suspended prison terms by a court of law. Wong and Chan got elected for their brand of street politics but cannot afford to be arrested, convicted and sentenced for the same offense again, because that can have them kicked out of LegCo for good. So they decided to lay low for a while and let the likes of Lam and Chiu play leading roles.