火炬手名單挑戰硬膠限度

我看今年奧運,將會成為膠運,點解咁講,睇北京奧組委推薦「中華小姐」曾光做火炬手就知。

本來香港有一堆土共左口魚成為火炬手,已經令人火都嚟,咁玩法,仲唔係將奧運政治化,仲睇嚟係將奧運納粹化添。但曾光憑何德何能,成為火炬手一直諗唔明。如果由選美冠軍嚟做火炬手,由香港小姐冠軍去做我不反對(當然進一步意見,我會建議問Erica)。但依家唔係搵香港小姐,搵咗鳳凰衛視的中華小姐,而呢位中華小姐,仲要嚟自陝西,如果曾光要跑,咁喺中國內陸的站跑飽佢,點解偏要嚟香港?北京奧組委係唔係欠全世界一個解釋,定係當中有些貓膩係我地唔知?如果唔係北京奧組委唔受廉署管,我會諗應該廉署留意下。

仲有,點解成堆同政界有關嘅火炬手,主要都係嚟自民建聯,連自由黨、泛聯盟要員都無,究竟發生咗乜嘢事?係唔係中聯辦為首的邪惡勢力,已經準備搞小圈子私相授受的遊戲。如果我係田北俊,睇完份名單仲唔心寒?真係死到臨頭都唔知發生乜事,仲好意思推個兵變電車男出嚟直選,不如諗掂點樣喺土共成功奪權後虎口餘生好過。

當土共打算整碗捧去,連統戰都唔打算嘅時候,香港人係唔係應該要準備鬥爭?

16 thoughts on “火炬手名單挑戰硬膠限度

  1. 大陸奧委會要港警穿藍制服,與大陸佬看齊,而港警竟然就範,不穿警察制服,自貶為大陸佬副手。

    這規定先前其他國家都沒有,外國警察也無可能脫掉自己制服,來奉迎你大陸佬,跟你穿得一模一樣。港警就算不穿警察制服陪跑,爲什麽不穿另一套呢?你穿大陸佬那套,就默認你是隸屬于他們那一群之下,但大陸佬也不認你是自己友,他不讓你戴帽,
    以與他們區分。

    mud 你的警察制服是人家一個體育組織要你除就除的嗎?你做警察還有何威嚴?

    你特區警察有沒有自尊的????有沒有獨立人格?????

    港警自貶身價,淪落為大陸佬附屬品,在外圍幫閒,可憐到極。

  2. 我有個提議, 不如提出取消一國兩制, 咁中共咪可以名正言順咁要求港共做一些合中共心意的事囉

  3. 如柊兄一樣,我對香港已沒有什麽感覺,看見那些鬧劇不斷發生,我就以看戯的心情去對待。

    香港是我家,但今天香港社會的人和事,我幾乎沒有一樣是認同的。如此生活,其實是幾難受的。

    近年越來越多人投共,慶回歸,慶祝國慶,為中國人主辦奧運而驕傲,與大陸人一同敵視西方。

    我曾想:是我有問題還是香港有問題?

  4. “我對香港已沒有什麽感覺” I am sad that you feel that way about Hong Kong. I left HK when I was 25, miss HK all the time. HK is not dead, don’t be so pessimistic. I don’t think I am 投共.
    我only為中國人主辦奧運而驕傲

  5. To ho: don’t worry about response #11. There are people who actually try to defend themselves of living overseas, holding foreign passports and defending P.R. China on lots of things.

    It is a pretty common sentiment overseas with the product of postmodern Western education, people find solace in an idealized country-of-origin/ancestral-country. I find it amusing that people will identify with the regime that they tried their best to get away from and make excuses in foreign lands. Tao Kit suggests an uterior motive of currying favours with the PRC authorities, but I suspect it is due to their own inferiority complex.

    I do believe these people should be reported, stripped of their citizenship due to perjury, and send back to their country of origin on the next available flight. In fact, this is what every pre-postmodern Western country – yesw, even Sweden, Norway, or New Zealand – would do.

  6. thanks joel’s advice.
    i’m glad with overchinese’s claim that hk isn’t dead, alright, don’t miss hk anymore, return to hk at once, you will witness the rise of china and have a living you may never have enjoyed overseas.

    people should act accord to their own thought.

  7. Oh I agree ho, what angers me regarding comment #11 is that because of their open identification with their country of origin or at least, as that poster chooses to, trying to have each foot on different boats, it makes lives of those of us who are of the same ethnic group and yet choose to pledge our allegiance to our adopted country extremely difficult. It was precisely this morning that my boss (who is also an immigrant, although not from an Asian country) gave a good smack down on such people’s stance.

  8. Gosh, Ho, I do come back to Hong Kong all the time. I know what’s going on. I didn’t mean to sound like a hypocrite. If I came across that way. I am sorry but that wasn’t my intention. I left HK not because I was afraid of 1997. I also understand Joel’s point because I had been in the same shoe for many years. I am starting to believe that there is more than one way to become Americans or wherever your adopted country is. I don’t have to deny my Chinese heritage so that I will be received more as an American. I rest my case. I only find Chinese blogs recently since I can’t type Chinese. I don’t want to write in English as we know Chinese can be very critical of ourselves. I don’t want people to say “oh, now you have foreign passport, you forget your root.” I feel like whatever I say I
    will be criticized. Not fair, guys!

  9. 說句實話,在外國的人各有原因遠走他方,他們要追縱香港情況的話,在網絡資訊橫行的世代,也慢不了多少分鐘,匆匆掛上「身在國外,不知世情,胡亂說話」招牌很不公平,自己生了氣也很無謂吧。

    我自己也對這份名單,甚至由奧運倒數至今的很多事情感到憤怒,同時也生氣自己只能乾生氣,除了發發牢騷外,什麼也做不到。

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