On Hong Kong Democratic Party founder and Legco member Martin Lee being labeled a race traitor and running dog after his WaPo article, which proposed engagement with Beijing in lieu of Olympic boycott, was widely interpreted by some as a call for American intervention in China’s human rights situation just days after he met with president George Bush’s National Security Advisor and “cold warrior” John Negroponte, readers of NetEase Olympic Report‘s series of reports documenting furor and backlash aimed at Lee over the weekend made the following comments:
2007-10-28 19:07:13 ÂèëË°®
ÂõûÂ§ç Á≤æÂçéÊé®Ëçê ÊîØÊåÅ(9) ÂèçÂØπ(1) ‰∏æÊä•
As a Hong Konger, to go to another country and demand it intervene in our China’s affairs, is wrong.
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2007-10-28 21:21:31 ÂèëË°®
ÂõûÂ§ç Á≤æÂçéÊé®Ëçê ÊîØÊåÅ(2) ÂèçÂØπ(0) ‰∏æÊä•
Everyone has freedom to express opposition, but, as a Chinese, speech and expression are based on upholding our motherland’s national interests. When national interest is in jeopardy, everyone ought to think before they act, no? Let alone attempting to use other countries and governments to meddle with one’s own motherland’s national interests, does someone like that still qualify as a national citizen? I suggest this person’s citizenship be revoked, that he be exiled from China, and be treated as an enemy of the Chinese state, never to set foot on Chinese soil again.
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2007-10-28 22:52:27 ÂèëË°®
ÂõûÂ§ç Á≤æÂçéÊé®Ëçê ÊîØÊåÅ(1) ÂèçÂØπ(0) ‰∏æÊä•
You [ ] race traitor running dog, why don’t you go die, asking the American devils to come screw with your own country
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