The Archbishop’s ability to speak out his own viewpoint is exactly his practice of a human right to free speech and free thought. The ability to put his rights into a written form allows freedom of writing and freedom of press. Practicing exactly what the Archbishop is talking about.
Anglican Archbishop Paul Kwong accept the “teaching voice” access, repeatedly referred to “democracy”, “election” can not solve the “people’s livelihood”, “social issues”
Anglican Anglican Archbishop Paul Kwong received earlier publication “teaching voice” access , the article titled ” universal suffrage is not a panacea > . During the visit, Archbishop repeatedly referred to “democracy “, ” election ” can not solve the ” people’s livelihood “, ” social issues ” , try that ” universal suffrage is not a way to solve these problems once and for all ,” more ” is not a panacea .”
First, the world is no ” way to solve the problem once and for all ,” there is nothing more a panacea . Using these assumptions do not exist , no matter what things for comparison , must not get an answer , because it itself is a pseudo- name title ; Similarly, faith is not a lasting solution to all problems ; prayer is not a panacea ; poetry does not make the world no evil happen. Talk about things lofty assumption is not helpful. During the visit, the Archbishop mentioned “The public should be entitled to have the responsibility , you can not always stand on the moral high ground and accuse others .” However, the Archbishop of using these assumptions, accuse others fight for democracy , its actual height is not mortal can look up the ” Highland ” You could say it was” off the ground “because these assumptions simply do not exist. As the Archbishop said, we ” can not always accuse others standing on the moral high ground ” in .
Archbishop mentioned in an interview , “We can not just emphasize exercise their civic right to vote , while ignoring the social responsibility to educate the public and sacrifice .” And ” Think of yourself, to be able to the church in Hong Kong to pay anything .” Indeed , the public should not be emphasizes exercise their civic right to vote , but also to strive for full suffrage , accountable to society and future generations . Think of yourself, for justice , the right to vote and sacrifice anything. Civil disobedience itself is a sacrifice and dedication , in the case of a challenge unjust systems , and more is the social responsibility of citizens . Today , Hong Kong, the issue of governance riddled with gaping wounds , the public system as unjust pay a terrible price , the disadvantaged is in dire straits constantly frustrating, difficult. Archbishop visits references cited biblical verse , ” everyone should look not only to your own interests , but also to the interests of others .” ( Phil. Chapter 4 )
And to quote the words of Archbishop visits ” universal suffrage is not life and death issues relating to Hong Kong , Hong Kong history one hundred years are not universal suffrage , but you survive , because many people are willing to work to pay the development of Hong Kong .” Today , willing to work hard Hong Kong people are still paying a lot of construction , but the election is a turning point in Hong Kong’s future , these views vary, just as the early part of the Archbishop access the same opinion ” as a citizen , each person can have their own public issues stand clergy , on issues related to each of the laity have different views . ” these are the ideas , angles , and even some people identity , position judgment. As for the ” one hundred years history of Hong Kong do not have universal suffrage , but you survive .” According to these logical , whether in Hong Kong history one hundred years are not something that we can not, without progress of the times , without fight the ? China thousands of years of history, religion is not what most people believe , but you survive , that religion is in China or Hong Kong, there exist values ? Other words to speak ” Faith is not related to the question of life and death in Hong Kong , Hong Kong history one hundred years have not faith, but as weathered as many people are willing to work hard to pay the construction of Hong Kong .” Archbishop think we can do ? If used continuously for these logical deduction , we probably return to the Stone Age life , no longer have any airplanes, cars , boats , computers, televisions, lamps , etc., because the day was spent Enron . Age progresses, the past is not something that can not simply say ” the same weathered ” as a reason to deny the progress of the times things need to change the system or can debate only thing correct it.
Democracy is a return of sovereignty to the people so that the direction of universal suffrage is one embodies democratic methods , and its significance is to allow people to manage their own affairs , no longer withstand the totalitarian dictatorship mercy . Is good, or bad , single-handedly decided by the people , certainly undertake . Full democracy , to ensure that the Government ‘s policy is not to the interests of the elite , is the interests of the people -oriented, so that government resources does fall into the hands of those who need it , so that ” many people are willing to work to pay the development of Hong Kong .” sharing results. Not solve all problems ( because there is no way to solve all the problems ) , but at least be able to make a change in the government ‘s policy direction .
Finally quote ” the Bible ” of the sentence: ” He that speaketh truth sheweth forth righteousness false witness deceit .” ( Proverbs Chapter 17 )
Chen Lin China
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