粵人/港人嘅未來目標


  • Citi

    我試下歸納一d最基本嘅目標。

    1. 建立獨立國家

    粵人建粵國。港人建香港國。今日嘅廣東省、廣西省範圍之內嘅粵地,廣府人自治;潮汕人自治或獨立建國;客家人自治或獨立建國。
    建國原則:1. 保證個人自由、人權 2. 以普及而平等嘅選舉產生政府 3. 全民皆兵,軍事獨立,以嚴防中國入侵。

    2. 形成民族認同

    講粵語,認同粵人/港人身份,支持粵人治粵、港人治港,就係粵族/香港族。
    粵人/港人身份認同,唔局限於喺粵地/香港生活嘅人。務求移民海外避秦嘅粵人/港人,仔女可以繼承文化,繼續同中國/華人劃清界線。
    粵港同聲同氣,永遠一致對外。

    3. 寫粵文

    棄用官話白話文(以民國時期官話口語為基礎,經過加工的書面語,以區別文言文(為春秋時期至20世紀初的寫作規範))。
    https://zh.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=官話白話文&oldid=52326364


    呢三樣,即係語言、身份認同、政治目標。

    參考東歐歷史,二戰亡於德國,二戰後亡於蘇聯,但係流亡海外嘅僑民傳續文化,卒之復國。

    我所知嘅一d故仔:

    • 波蘭
      In December 1990, when Lech Wałęsa became the first non-Communist president of Poland since the war, he received the symbols of the Polish Republic (the presidential banner, the presidential and state seals, the presidential sashes, and the original text of the 1935 Constitution) from the last president of the government in exile, Ryszard Kaczorowski.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Polish_government-in-exile&oldid=954987552#Postwar_history

    • 拉脫維亞
      前總統Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga,1937年生於拉脫維亞,'44年底蘇軍逼近,一家逃往納粹德國,'49年搬到法屬摩洛哥嘅卡薩布蘭卡,'54年搬到加拿大多倫多,大學讀心理學,後來做教授。1998年榮休先返拉脫維亞,1999年獲選為總統。
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaira_Vīķe-Freiberga


  • Citi

    Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga嘅故仔,請各位務必睇睇,幾勵志。
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-49119077


  • Citi

    呢度有英文採訪錄音
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000764j

    "My parents never let me forget that I am Latvian," she told the BBC.

    "I was impressed by the ones with the red flags and the fists. So at one point, as one of them marched by, I raised my fist in the air and shouted 'hurrah!'," she says.
    "At that point I saw my mother lean against the lamppost, absolutely stricken, with tears streaming down her cheeks, saying 'Please, child, don't do that. This is a very sad day for Latvia'."

    "A young girl of 18 was lying in the same room with my mother. She had given birth to a little girl and didn't want her. She didn't want to name her child and she didn't want to have anything to do with it, because the child was the result of a group rape from Russian soldiers," she says.

    She was instrumental in Latvia joining both Nato and the European Union in 2004.
    "Being a woman was an advantage. I remember at the Istanbul Nato summit, President [George W] Bush took me by the elbow, because I had high heels and it was a gravel path, and we walked slowly along.
    "I did all I could to tell him how important it was to enlarge Nato and to make sure that Latvia was included and how much progress we had made and how full of goodwill we were.
    "We were walking slowly and enjoying ourselves and I was doing my best to pour as much Latvian propaganda into his ear as I could. I didn't think it hurt at all," she says.


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