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The Future of Hong Kong?
Hugo Salinas Price

Scenario 1:

The Chinese have mingled their own secret agents among the leaders of the “Protest Movement” in Hong Kong.

The Chinese government has photographs of all the leaders, knows their names and where they live.

The Chinese government is waiting for the time when the youthful enthusiasm for joining in protests and vandalizing  Hong Kong shows signs of weakening.

Then, some night, 2,000 Chinese Special Forces, well-armed and clothed in black, will descend upon Hong Kong and round-up all the leaders of the present disturbances. They will not be seen again.

With most provocateurs absent, the Protest Movement will die out soon enough.

Life in Hong Kong will return to normality.

Scenario 2:

Any day now, when the Protest Movement appears to weaken, we shall see a murderous attack upon the protesters.

Chinese collaborators, recruited by US agents, will don Chinese uniforms and helmets and carry Chinese machine guns, and open fire upon the protesters, who, under US covert leadership, have been wreaking havoc  in Hong Kong.

After the massacre, these “Chinese troops” will disappear into safe-houses and change into civilian clothes. In the safe-houses they will be provided with US Passports and plenty of Dollars, and with airline tickets and reservations for immediate travel to the US.

The massacre will infuriate the people of Hong Kong, and a political rupture with Mainland China will be declared – i.e., War between Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Naturally, the Chinese will win this war, but the status of Hong Kong as an outpost of the West and a centre for secure International Banking and Trade will be quite destroyed, at least for some time, much to the satisfaction of certain circles in the US.





Mr. Hugo Salinas Price has been Honorary President of Grupo Elektra S.A. de C.V. since 1993. In 1997, Mr. Salinas Price founded the Asociacion Civica Mexicana Pro-Plata A.C., and serves as its President. He serves as Honorary Chairman of the Board of Directors at Banco Azteca, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple. He has been a Related Director of Grupo Elektra S.A. de C.V. since 1993. From 1952 to 1987, Mr. Salinas Price served as a Director of Grupo Elektra S.A. de C.V. He served as a Director of Banco Azteca, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple. Mr. Salinas Price holds degrees from Wharton and ITESM and a degree in Law from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico ('UNAM').

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