21 Nov: McVeigh2020: NAY: S1838: Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019

* Marco Rubio, US Senators, Demosisto, Joshua Wong, Hong Kong Legislative Council, Hong Kong Consumer Council, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, China International Chamber of Commerce, Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, India China Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Randburg Chamber of Commerce & Industry, China Africa Business Forum, China Italy Chamber of Commerce, Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce in Greater China, US Chamber of Commerce in China, Swiss Chamber of Commerce in China, Pakistan – China Joint Chamber of Commerce & Industry, United States of America-China Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong Business, Unashamedly Ethical Hong Kong, Grace Financial Ltd, Securities & Futures Commission, Caring Company, Zeshan Fnd, China Morning Post, Global Philanthropy Forum, Living to Him, Annie Chen, RS Group Asia, The Climate Registry, UNEP, China Labour Bulletin, Han Dongfang, Cai Chongguo, Xi Jinping, China Min of Foreign Affairs, Dept of Treaty & Law, Ministry of Justice Intnl Legal Cooperation Center, China Embassy in USA, Cui Tiankai, Chinese Embassy in RSA, Lin Songtian.
» 22 Nov: Added: Thomas Massie R-KY, Alliance for American Manufacturing.
Re: WashPost: Trump says he might veto legislation that aims to protect human rights in Hong Kong because bill could affect China trade talks; FoxBusiness: GOP congressman explains his lone ‘no’ vote on Hong Kong human rights bill; Thomas Massie: Imagine Honest Naming of Bills.
* 21 Nov: McVeigh2020: NAY: S1838: Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019.
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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 10:50:34 +0200
Subject: McVeigh2020: NAY: S1838: Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019
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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 11:51:35 +0200
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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 11:52:08 +0200
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TO: Marco Rubio and US Senators
CC: Demosisto: Joshua Wong
CC: Hong Kong Legislative Council Members & Committees
CC: China & Hong Kong Better Business Bureau & Chambers of Commerce
CC: Unashamedly Ethical Hong Kong
CC: Han Dongfang; Beijing Workers Autonomous Federation
CC: Pres Xi Jinping, CCP Central Committee
Re: Congress: S 1838: Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, via Zero Hedge: US Relations With China Were Just Destroyed, And Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again.
Ref: 09 Jul: LJ v LS Req for Info: Senators Mitch McConnell & Chuck Schumer; 10 Aug: EoP Applicants: Draft: MilDem EoP UN Resolution Martial Law [PDF]

Marco Rubio & US Senators:

McVeigh2020: NAY: S1838: Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019

McVeigh2020 [mcveigh2020] endorses EoP UN Resolution [ljvls: PDF pp.25-66/70: eop-un-res] to implement EoP SciCult law [PDF: eop-scicultlaw] as international law.

[1]  Scientific Law:
[1.1] Scientific Law refers to Procreation and Consumption below carrying capacity limits. EoP Footprint [PDF: eop-footprint] defines how procreation and consumption carrying capacity limit is measured.

[2]  Cultural Law:
[2.1] Cultural law refers to any racial, religious, gender cultural value agreed upon, and codified in a written agreement between two or more individuals, which does not violate any EoP scientific laws; enabling a greater degree of cooperation and mutual assistance support between such individuals. Ego literacy [PDF: ego-eco-literacy] clarifies how to engage in and/or measure a fully informed consenting agreement.

[3]  Individuals Rights and Duties under Scientific & Cultural Law:
[3.1] Property Ration [PDF: property-ration] – guaranteed for life – for all individuals who have signed and abide by their responsible freedom [PDF: responsible-freedom] oaths.

[4]  Crimes of Aggression Violations of Scientific & Cultural Law:
[4.1] Violations of (a) Scientific Law are Procreation or Consumption Crimes of Aggression [PDF: crimes-of-aggression]; (b) Cultural Law are Deception Crimes of Aggression [PDF: crimes-of-aggression].

EoP SciCult law recognizes that all resource conflict disputes – in America or Asia, between Americans and between Asians, and between Americans and Asians – are a direct and indirect symptom of Babylon War is Peace clauses of international law that enable procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits. Summary: EoP v WiP Law [PDF].

EoP UN Resolution to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law will abolish Babylon War is Peace clauses of international law that enable procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits and replace them with EoP SciCult clauses that require all citizens of all nations, races, religions and classes to procreate and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits, and provides for an orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation path.

EoP MILED Clerk did contact Hong Kong protestors, Hong Kong Legislative Council Members and Committees, Hong Kong businesses and citizens and President Xi Jinping and the CCP Central Committee [01 Aug: EoP Re: HK Self Determination autonomy from capitalist hegemony protests] to suggest Hong Kong protestors demonstrate their responsible freedom democracy sincerity, by signing their EoP Axis Oaths [eop-axis-oath] to provide President Jinping with a mandate to authorize EoP UN Resolution to implement EoP SciCult law as international law.

Under EoP SciCult law: fully informed consent Cultural law [PDF: cult-law-self-rule] allows individuals or groups of individuals to engage in whatever non-violent or violent relating practices, whether cannibalism, fight club, BDSM, etc, if such individuals and/or groups of individuals have provided their fully informed consent for the particular rules of their specific violent relating practices.

To the extent that the world is in the process of transitioning from a Babylon WiP international law system to an EoP SciCult international law system – which may or may not be successful – EoP MILED Clerk on behalf of EoP Applicants [eop-applicants] does not interfere in disputes between fully informed consenting EoP Rainbow Steppe Aryans or WiP Babylonians.

Steppe Aryans 4000 years of low tech agrarian village peace:
Gimbutas noted the stable – no population & economic consumption growth – Steppe Aryan population: that a low tech agrarian village founded in 8000 BC was still a low tech agrarian village in 4000BC. This also allowed them to sustainably farm the land, and live in peace. Nobody was ripping off others to feed the kids he sired, or provide for his tits and ass slut wife’s shopping addictions. Hence the peace of yeoman low tech agrarian farmers who are all betas. There are no [steppe] Aryan palaces, no prisons, no mental institutions.. No harems; they didnt even have marriage, just as the Musou still today. Among whom, rape & murder are so rare they dont have words for it. Men who do not own women, do not fight over them, much less join war parties to go out to kidnap women for harems. All of this arises out of living without privacy, and without men making rules about who can have sex with who. – SQSwans: Day Brown: Proto Indo-European: 23 January 2017.

Hong Kong protestors have so far not shown any interest in EoP Truth and Reconciliation to End Abel and Kane Cold War – responsible freedom [PDF: responsible-freedom] aka sincere peacenik / honourable warrior democracy sincerity – negotiations with Hong Kong officials and/or President Jinping.

If or when Hong Kong protestors do show an interest in EoP Truth and Reconciliation to End Abel and Kane Cold War – responsible freedom democracy sincerity – negotiations with Hong Kong officials and/or President Jinping; and if Hong Kong officials and/or President Jinping do not reciprocate such – responsible freedom democracy sincerity – negotiations, then Ecology of Peace culture will have standing to interfere in such Babylonian WiP dispute because there are EoP individuals involved.

If or when Hong Kong protestors do show an interest in EoP Truth and Reconciliation to End Abel and Kane Cold War – responsible freedom democracy sincerity – negotiations with Hong Kong officials and/or President Jinping; and if Hong Kong officials and/or President Jinping reciprocate such – responsible freedom democracy sincerity – negotiations, then Ecology of Peace culture will provide both parties with EoP ego/eco literacy [PDF: ego-eco-literacy] mediation skills, to the extent that they request such mediation.

EoP TRC Negotiations correspondence is published at EoP Leg Sub: [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson,
Pro Se, EoP Applicant [EoP Oath PDF]
PO Box 5042, George East, 6539.

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Pub: 01 Aug: EoP Re: HK Self Determination autonomy from capitalist hegemony protests
From: EoP MILED Clerk <eop.miled.clerk@tygae.org.za>
Date: Thu, 01 Aug 2019 23:52:01 +0200
Subject: EoP Re: HK Self Determination autonomy from capitalist hegemony protests

Sent Separately:
TO: Demosisto: Joshua Wong:
TO: Hong Kong Legislative Council Members & Committees:
TO: China & Hong Kong Better Business Bureau & Chambers of Commerce:
TO: Unashamedly Ethical Hong Kong:
TO: Han Dongfang; Beijing Workers Autonomous Federation:
CC: Pres Xi Jinping, CCP Central Committee:
Re: Vox: Hong Kongs huge protests explained; CNA: China releases video showing Hong Kong-based troops conducting anti-riot drills;

Joshua Wong et al:

EoP Re: HK Self Determination autonomy from capitalist hegemony protests.

The major missions of the group ′Demosistō′:
* Self-determination: Demosistō aims to achieve ‘democratic self-determination’ in Hong Kong, and aspires to Hong Kong’s political & economic autonomy from what they term ‘the oppression of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and capitalist hegemony’;
* Non-violent actions: Demosistō sees its democratic fight as non-violent actions, demonstrations, referenda, social discussions;
* Development of civil society: Demosisttō wants to encourage people of Hong Kong discuss their political views and the youth develop parties and civil movements;
* Equality and justice, trust of people, multiplicity: Demosistō believes in Hong Kong people they are able to build Hong Kong as a City of multiplicity with the values of justice and equality.
* ‘Battle’ for democratic legislation to inspire civil movements: Ivan Lam, who succeeded Nathan Law in May 2018 as a chairman, said the group will prepare for ‘battle’ for democratic legislation in Hong Kong, meaning, for example, Article 23 in the Basic Law (a controversy bill in the Article 23 caused massive protests in 2003) or proposed Anthem bill about anthem of the People’s Republic of China. The same time, May 2018, Demosistō changed their status from party to the group, when its candidates were banned on election in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. – Wikipedia: Demosisto.

Han Dongfang was a leader of the Tiananmen protests; but speaking from experience he urged workers not to participate the violent demonstrations of 2008. “One of the lessons I learnt from 1989; was that the huge massive street action looks powerful; yes; but after a crackdown; everybody disappeared. We are human beings and we have fear infront of machine guns. Even a million people in the street continued for three days. That power is not really reliable.””- Han Dongfang; founder of the Beijing Workers Autonomous Federation; Excerpt: Global Financial Meltdown; IG: 17-06-16_genxu-bombingchinesekindergarden.
» EoP Leg Sub: 03 Dec: EoP Ethics Enwokenment Control of Yellow Jacket Protests.

Ronald Reagan: UN CN- Taiwan vote: monkeys still uncomfortable wearing shoes.
Ronald Reagan made racist remarks about African delegates to the United Nations, calling them “monkeys” and saying they were still “uncomfortable wearing shoes”, newly released audio recordings have revealed. Reagan, the actor turned politician who was a popular two-term president, made the comments in a phone call with the disgraced former president Richard Nixon as the two discussed a 1971 vote by the UN to recognize China, instead of the US ally Taiwan. At the time of the call, Nixon was still president and Reagan was governor of California. The two were discussing the Tanzanian delegation’s reaction to the vote, after delegates danced in the chamber. “To watch that thing on television, as I did, to see those, those monkeys from those African countries – damn them, they’re still uncomfortable wearing shoes!” Reagan tells Nixon, who erupts in laughter. – The Guardian: Ronald Reagan called African UN delegates ‘monkeys’, recordings reveal.

General Xu Qinxian – Chinese People Liberation Army 38th Group Army – Tianamen Square – Demand Written Orders to implement Martial Law.
In March 1989, Xu Qinxian was wounded in a grenade accident and sent to the Beijing Military Region Hospital in the capital. While hospitalized he watched the student movement unfold and was moved to tears by media coverage of students on hunger strike. In mid-May, he was recalled to Baoding to plan for the mobilization of the 38th Army. On or about May 20, 1989, the 38th Army was verbally ordered by the Beijing Military Region (BMR) to enforce martial law order against demonstrators in Beijing. Xu was a protege of Defense Minister Qin Jiwei, who had reservations about enforcing the crackdown. Xu said he could not comply with a verbal order to mobilize and demanded to see a written order. When told by the BMR that it “was wartime” and an order in writing would be provided later, Xu responded that there was no war and reiterated his refusal to carry out the order. President Yang Shangkun sent Zhou Yibing, the commander of the BMR, to Baoding to persuade Xu. Xu asked Zhou whether the three principals of the Central Military Commission had approved the martial law order. Zhou replied that while Deng Xiaoping, the chairman, and Yang Shangkun, the vice-chairman, had approved, Zhao Ziyang, the first secretary, had not. Without Zhao’s approval, Xu refused to act on the order and asked for sick leave. His request was not granted but he still refused to report to duty. Privately, he told friends that he would rather be executed than to be a criminal to history.
» IG: 17-06-16_genxu-bombingchinesekindergarden; EoP Leg Sub: 19 Jul: US DoJ SC: EoP Re: EoP Win-Win TRC v WiP Lose-Lose Circular Firing Squad; LJ v BB, Comey: Truth or Loyalty.

Babylon WiP national and/or international law are constitutional or legislative clauses enabling citizens to procreate and/or consume above ecological carrying capacity limits. The Magna Carta, the US Constitution, China, Hong Kong and the Sultan’s constitution were all consciously or unconsciously founded upon Babylon WiP law legal principles [eop-v-wip-history]. Some are consciously or unconsciously more overt and others are more covert about their Babylonian factory farm slaughterhouse [Obama Deception: False WiP Left Right paradigm; Stefan Molyneux: The Story of [WiP] Enslavement; Human Farming: Our Enslavement; PETA: Sunny Acre Farms; ELS Ref] foundation, but their conscious or unconscious step on the growth – allow procreation/consumption growth above carrying capacity limits – gas to economic & ecological collapse strategic goal is the same.
» EoP Leg Sub: 28 Jul: EoP Re: IC: Trump’s SCOTUS overturns Magna Carta, Montesque for Sultan Donald.

EoP TRC Info for any Demosisto and/or Hong Kong protestors want to support individuals in the Hong Kong and/or China Government who also want self determination from global capitalist hegemony.

EoP – Cultural Law Self Rule Homelands – UN Resolution:

EoP – End Babylon Ecocide Law – UN Resolution [PDF Encl] includes – among others – a provision for Cultural Law Self Rule Homelands [PDF Encl], for all responsible freedom oath citizens, irrespective of race, religion, gender, left or right wing ideological identity preferences.

Individuals and/or organizations can show their unconditional or conditional cooperator support for President Jinping to authorize EoP – End Babylon Law Ecocide – UN Resolution [eop-un-res] – global one child law [one-child-law] orderly and humane shut down of global capitalist economy [eop-sdwipecon] by providing responsible freedom [responsible-freedom] citizens with self sufficient property ration [property-ration] in cultural law self rule homelands [cult-law-self-rule] land reform [eop-landreform] – by signing their individual or organizational EoP Axis oath [eop-axis-oath]; to provide a mandate for Presidents and/or Judges and/or Generals authorization of EoP UN Resolution to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law as binding international law, to be submitted for voting to UN General Assembly.

EoP culture re Questions:

EoP MILED Clerk does not require a formal – service by a sheriff – legal process for any request for information. An email with questions, or for a request for particular information or evidence is sufficient. All emails with a request for information – irrespective of the race, class, religion, gender of the author, or the size of their country, or whether they have zero police wo/men, or nuclear weapons – are given the benefit of the doubt that they are an honourable request for information and responded to in accordance with EoP Ego/Eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy] communication policy. No lawyers or Sheriffs or Judges required to get a buck stops here [eop-rh-cult-info.tygae.org.za] answer to any question.  EoP Responsible Freedom represents ‘walk our sincere peacenik talk’ path towards smallest government in the world. When every citizen in a nation is a responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath [eop-axis-oath.tygae.org.za] citizen aka volunteer citizen militia / sheriff: Babylon Masonic War is Peace factory farm slaughterhouse [Obama Deception: False WiP Left Right paradigm; Stefan Molyneux: The Story of [WiP] Enslavement; Human Farming: Our Enslavement; PETA: Sunny Acre Farms; ELS Ref] government is effectively abolished.
» EoP Leg Sub: 18 Mar: EoP Re NZ Police Req to Kiwifarms re 15 Mar Christchurch Mosque attack.

End Abel & Kane Cold War Global EoP SciCult intnl-law orderly and humane Denuclearization Land Reform Shut Down of the Industrial War Economy Swamp Negotiations:

EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za] multi-tasking [mt-summary.tygae.org.za] negotiations correspondence – on behalf of Dalio Pittard [daliopittard.tygae.org.za] and EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] whose preferences are available at Ego/Eco Literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] – to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to [A] enable responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] orderly and humane – de-industrialization and depopulation [eop-v-wip-deindpopn.tygae.org.za], prisoner release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za], land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za] and denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za] – shut down of the WiP Ponzi Swamp economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za]; [B] require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed [one-child-law.tygae.org.za] and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; [C] nationalize all property and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za] homelands for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

A copy of this correspondence is documented at EoP Leg Sub [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za].

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson aka Andrea Muhrrteyn
EoP MILED Clerk [EoP Oath: LJ]
PO Box 5042, George East, 6539, RSA

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