On the eve of Brexit, the United Kingdom launched a scheme for Hong Kong residents holding British National (Overseas) passports (BNOs) to migrate to Britain, taking advantage of the political chaos in Hong Kong. Brexit would cause tens of thousands of business people to leave Britain and large numbers of wealthy Hong Kong people to relocate to Britain, just to fill the gap. Imagine that a simple middle class family in Hong Kong sells a house at any given time with assets of more than 10 million yuan. A conservative belief is that an average migrant family takes 5 million yuan in assets. If 100,000 families live in the UK, this would be equivalent to 500 billion Hong Kong dollars. Moving to the UK can help the UK’s shrinking economy.
If the United Kingdom is truly philanthropic and wants to help the people of the former colonies, Sudan, an African country, is a lot more gullible than Hong Kong, and it is more deserving of help. A military coup in Sudan took place in early 2019. On June 3 of that year, the public demonstrated on the streets that the Transitional Military Commission surrendered. The military government suppressed at least 120 people. The African Union suspended Sudan’s membership. Sudan’s population so far is 43.36 million. The former British colony is more worthy of help than Hong Kong. Why Britain does not provide an immigration scheme for Sudanese? Does it support people to see each other’s skin color and wealth?
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