A letter to my MP (Ed Vaizey)

An urgent message to Mr Ed Vaizey,

I am writing to you to discuss a very troubling situation, which will need to be addressed immediately. Regarding Hong Kong. You most likely will have heard about this, and I am sure that you are already very concerned, but the situation has not improved, with the recent shooting if but anything it has gotten worse.

This disaster, as I have mentioned earlier, has just elevated as of the recent shooting that took place last Tuesday evening. The victim was shot at point Blanc range by one of the Chinese police officers, the victim had a shoulder injury from the bullet, but he will survive. I cannot guarantee this for other people. We need to step in immediately to help to cease the unneeded violence, if we helped we could make it so that no one has to hurt again in these protests whether it be police or protesters.

I can imagine it would not be easy to convince the prime minister (he being who he is) but it may be worth a shot, for the sake of the people of Hong Kong. It is possible that what you may be thinking is, even if the prime minister agrees to help, what could he do? Well, I have an answer to that. I think that we could, successfully, and, non-violently, come to an agreement and either help China remember that we had a deal with them (more on that later) or come to terms on a new deal, deciding Hong Kong’s fate.

I mentioned in the last paragraph that we had a deal with China, you might already know about this deal but I will explain it any way. So 21 years ago we gave Hong Kong back to china after 156 years of ruling them in the hope that Hong Kong would be able to live fifty more years under British democracy, not the Chinese dictatorship. Instead we find that 21 years later Hong Kong and seem to be having an epic struggle over the city of Hong Kong, that some people think we can do nothing about. But we can do something about it.

Thank you Mister Vaizey for Reading this letter to help you understand or confirm your believes on this Hong Kong crisis, and also may be given you the courage to speak up to parliament.

From positive_potato at the BNC

Comments (2)

  • tom Tom @ the BNC
    14 Oct 2019

    Well done for bringing in so much knowledge to support your opinion. How do you suggest we step in to stop the violence?

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  • Faringdon-logo-250x250.jpg positive_potato | Faringdon Community College
    15 Oct 2019

    Well, I have an answer to that. I think that we could, non-violently, come to an agreement and either help China remember that we had a deal with them or come to terms on a new deal, which would decide the fate of Hong Kong and its people.

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