China expert Li Yiping warned Hongkongers that Beijing has prepared three “vicious” schemes to deal with the upcoming rally on Aug. 18. Both protesters and Hong Kong police will be victimized because Chinese spy agents will pose as protesters to commit heinous crimes against the police, according to information Li obtained from an insider who works for the Chinese regime.
Li was a participant of the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement 30 years ago. He continues to expose the evilness of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the past 22 years as an expatriate in Canada. His 200-page book, “A Blueprint for Revolution,” is banned in China and the strategies it proposes has inspired many democratic and rights activists in the country.
In his Youtube channel “Yiping’s Political Forum,” Li revealed in an Aug. 14 video that according to the information he obtained from an insider, the Chinese regime has made three arrangements to quell the relentless protests in Hong Kong. The insider wished to remain anonymous due to the sensitivity of the matter.
Hong Kong has been embroiled in mass protests since June as Hongkongers express their disapproval of an extradition bill that would allow China to seek extradition of criminal suspects. Many fear that, once passed, Hong Kong residents, including foreign nationals, could be arrested and subjected to a Chinese legal system that is known for groundless charges, arbitrary detentions, and torture.
Li said that the three schemes plotted by the CCP are “very vicious” and everyone in Hong Kong needs to be careful.
First, communist spies will join the protest and find opportunities to kill a number of Hong Kong policemen. By doing so, the CCP can justify its use of extreme measures to suppress the protesters, and the international community cannot blame it for doing so.
Second, thousands of riot police from mainland China have already been deployed to Hong Kong to crush the “tenacious young protesters,” referring to those who continue to gather outside Hong Kong government buildings or the Chinese Liaison Office (Beijing’s representative office in Hong Kong) long after a parade or assembly has ended.
Li revealed that with the riot police from China, there is enough police force in Hong Kong to besiege and attack this group of protesters.
“These young people are very brave. They have become a key target of the CCP,” Li said.
Third, tens of thousands of military police have arrived in Shenzhen. As soon as any Hong Kong police is killed during the protest, Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam would announce that the “riots” are getting out of control and call on Beijing to dispatch additional forces. At that time, the Chinese military police will be able to openly enter Hong Kong.
Li urged that Hongkongers must take extreme caution to avoid these pitfalls set by Beijing, and he gave specific suggestions.
Protesters must stick to a non-violent principle—this is the key to all pro-democracy campaigns against a tyrannical government.
Li also called on the “tenacious young protesters” not to besiege government buildings any more. In the upcoming rally on Aug. 18, as well as in future protests, they need to stay with the crowd and not break up into smaller groups, nor confront or challenge the police, Li said.
Li warned the Hong Kong police, urging them to be vigilant.
“Everyone, if you have a chance, please tell Hong Kong police that they must stay alert for their own safety,” Li said. “Also, tell them that the young Hongkongers are not the ones who want to kill you, even though they sometimes act defiantly. It is the CCP that wants to take your life. The ones who really want to hurt you are communist spies. Those policemen who immediately help the killer run away must be police from mainland China.”
Li stressed that in the eyes of the CCP, the police are just their tools that they can use at their disposal and not care about them individually.
Li mentioned that during the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre, the CCP ordered their spy agents to kill several soldiers. Similarly, the CCP will order communist spies to kill policemen to incite hatred.
“Stay highly alert and stay with your fellow Hong Kong policemen! If a spy agent attacks you, you must expose his identity (to find out the truth). All Hong Kong police, please beware, the worst danger you are facing is not the protesters or opposition parties, it is from the Chinese communist regime.”
Finally, Li advises Hong Kong protesters that when facing a ruthless and vicious regime, they must learn to change their strategies.
“Avoid confronting the police. Do not surround or storm into government buildings. Continue your peaceful parades and demonstrations with tens of thousands of participants each time, because a long-lasting and peaceful campaign is the most effective resistance.”
Sound of Hope reporter Dong Xiaoran contributed to this report.