唐英年做硬香港民主之父

唐英年喺今朝港台《千禧年代》又發奇論,話年青人唔應該怨社會。應該怨自己做唔到李嘉誠。

佢想激發香港年青人嘅鬥志,係好事嚟,好快佢未做特首,已經成功激起香港年青人爭取民主嘅鬥志。所以,佢做硬香港民主之父,勁過老董,董生都要行埋一邊。

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9 responses to “唐英年做硬香港民主之父

  1. world traveler plus

    究竟香港青年人係求 好似李家誠,作為十幾間公司嘅主席,有一個四千幾億嘅王國, 定係要求一份唔係每年續約嘅合約工作,三五年可以儲到首期,供十年十五年供甩.

    如果唐生咁都唔清楚,你扯吧喇!

  2. world traveler plus

    原文:
    SCMP 23 May 2011.

    Rich Pickings

    What about young people’s increasing complaints about a lack of social mobility?
    “That’s a very pessimistic view of their own future,” Tang said. “ Bill Gates was very young. He did not even complete his college education. He became very wealthy by being innovative. Steve Jobs became very wealthy, also first-generation wealth … We have people who can accumulate wealth if they are innovative, work hard and take risks.”
    Tang said every young person who complained about the success of Li Ka-shing should ask the soulsearching question: “Why can’t I become the next Sasa? What can’t I become the next Milan Station? Why can’t I become the next Li Ka-shing?”
    His comments mirrored a controversial public speech he gave in January. Speaking on the theme “Dissatisfaction of the post-’80s generation”, he criticised young people for simplifying social problems by claiming government-business collusion, and warned that excessively radical protests could backfire.

  3. world traveler plus

    依編仲正
    Tang speaks out against anti-mainlander sentiment

    The number of babies born to mainland women without a Hong Kong husband rose sharply in the past 10 years – from just 620 in 2001to 32,653 last year, a 52-fold increase. Public hospitals, their maternity services under strain, have banned mainlanders from giving birth here until the end of the year.
    Tang said: “I don’t see a displacement effect that local mothers can’t get obstetric and paediatric services in local hospital because of increasing numbers of mainland women giving birth in Hong Kong.”
    He said mainlanders usually bought luxury flats, purchases that do not significantly affect the mass property market.

    The chief secretary did see difficulty brewing with the government’s target of allocating public rental flats to waiting-list applicants within three years.
    “About half of Hong Kong people are owners of private residential flats,” Tang said. “They don’t want public housing estates built near their home.”
    Tang, who chairs the Steering Committee on Population Policy, said the government was considering ways to make the city’s public services more portable across the border to benefit Hong Kong residents travelling to the mainland.
    “When Hong Kong people travel to or work on the mainland, they may have more confidence in Hong Kong doctors,” he said.
    “But we have to overcome some legal hurdles, such as whether the Hospital Authority is allowed to operate across the border.”

  4. 怒貓燒鬚

    唐膠年未選特首, 已經爭住做每月之星!
    如果香港俾佢做特首, 100%車毀人亡~!!!

  5. urbane peasant

    The speeches/opinion by Tang makes me think it was a ruling official talking about the future of the people separated from their own country. In simple term, HK is a colony of China. He should be the first one to be educated in ‘德育及國民教育 ’so that he knows the difference between a colonial officer and a ‘父母官’。

  6. BW

    我相信定期的LOGIC TEST對高官言論減膠會有一定作用!
    唐氐此言論在概念上跟STEVE JOBS回應IPHONE 4接收不能很相近。
    我不是當李+X,我只想有個地方住。
    我不是要PERFECT,只想可以傾到電話。
    明無?

  7. Anonymous

    香港整體創造新價值能力不高,創富局面是越多富人便會越多窮人。

    李嘉誠創造了些甚麽新價值?他的財富首先來自市場升值,有了足夠的財富後再影響市場,以壟斷更改財富分配,增加自身財富。

    新科技在香港創不了多少財富,但創造新價值主要來自新科技,新科技創造了些微財富便被壟斷吃掉,生不了根。

    多一個李嘉誠的代價是一大批中產人士的財富減少,又或是多了一大批窮人。

    呼籲年青人當李嘉誠?開玩笑吧!這是叫貧富懸殊加劇的方向。指揮的方向都弄不清,怎能當領袖?

    唐英年在下屆香港特首選舉中,按理說是佔盡上風。但北京一直不表態,按兵不動,是說明對他的能力存疑。連無政府行政經驗的范徐麗泰都要拿出來考慮,下一屆香港特首選舉存在極大的變數,估計北京目前是很頭痛。

    從目前所看,若唐英年當下屆香港特首,未來十年批評香港政府的話題不會缺少,更加熱鬧!

  8. world traveler plus

    The Insider Dealing Tribunal in Hong Kong had found Li Ka-shing to be culpable of “insider trading" in 1987.

    http://banking.senate.gov/97_11hrg/110597/witness/quon.htm

    大家學野喇!

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