Worldwide advertisement campaign on August 20 to fight against 8.11 war crimes!
Fundraising goal: $1 million USD ($7.8 million HKD).
Furthermore, we urgently call for overseas HongKongers -- in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand or anywhere around the world to organize large scale rallies on 8/17.
How dire is the situation?
Update 17/8 - it is more serious than we though. APCs (Advanced Personnel Carriers) have entered HK from Mainland China:
Hong Kong has entered into a state of emergency - since 6.9, Hong Kong citizens have been subjected to violent, inhumane treatment that grossly exceeds the limits of any civil society should suffer.
From 6.12 to 7.21 and then to 8.11, the Hong Kong Government incessantly attempted to subdue dissent by violently putting down and lethally harming those who speak up, instead of resolving the root of the issues. Hong Kong has since been engulfed in a prolonged state of fear and emergency.
In light of our dire situation, we Hong Kongers, need to initiate a new wave of actions to garner international attention, to blockage and sanction HKSAR officials, pro-beijing parties and any members of the HK Police Force who has committed misconduct or criminal behaviours. The ultimate goal is to expose and hold these perpetrators accountable for their transgressions against basic human rights and freedoms.
Up till 8.11, police-gangster coalition has brought level of brutality to the altitude of terrorism and war crimes:
Firing poisonous tear gas indoors - in Japan it was once called “the Sarin gas terrorist attack”.
A first-aider was shot in the eye from point blank range - at the international level, it would be considered as military execution.
Gangster attacking civilians indiscriminately on the street - this would usually be classified as an act of terrorism
Hong Kong government meanwhile packages these criminal activities and war crimes as ‘the lowest degree of force necessary to stop the protests’? Will you let them be?
This crowdfunding campaign tentatively comprises of two rounds:
8.20 worldwide advertisement to fight against war crimes
8.31 marks one year since the unreasonable reinterpretation of the Basic Law from the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China. September 1st also marks the beginning of new congress session in multiple countries. We will initiate actions across multiple fronts to fight for simultaneous sanctions upon individuals who are responsible for committing war crimes, as well as suppressing basic human rights in Hong Kong.
Any remaining funding will be donated to groups and people in need.