Oldies are old farts! The middle-aged are middle-aged farts! Youngsters are rubbish! Entire Hong Kong is nothing but a dump.
Hurry, immigrate! Hong Kong is hopeless! Only retards would stay behind! I wish to live abroad! You don't have a roof over your head like the others! Others have money, but you don't! Hurry, immigrate!
Yuri Bezmenov, a KGB special agent, sought refuge in the US back in 1970. Once he set foot on US soil, he disclosed what the KGB did to subvert enemy/opposing nations. It usually began with demoralization, causing the entire society to feel helpless. What follows would be an incoherent public, with coldness amongst them leading to it being torn apart from within and resulting in a complete meltdown. Then the USSR would win the battle without fighting. This whole process is theorized as "Subversion," and the actions that drive subversion is known as active measures / активные мероприятия.
In 2019, the People's Republic of China employed the same theory to crumble Hong Kong without the use of the army.
The following is the original English version, the detailed Chinese version for
members and the lecture from Yuri himself (very detailed, but there aren't any Chinese subtitles until now):
PDF link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AZBfKokD65LfA7e7g1gil-K_CcSrl0eS
If you don't have time to watch the whole lecture, the last two Subversion steps in the diagram weren't explained clearly:
"Crisis" means to cause the machine that runs the society to fail. That is when the bank stops functioning, the Legislative Council stops meetings, and the court stops ruling. At the same time, alternative government organizations such as the peoples' court will emerge.
Before "Crisis" is normalized, there are two possible outcomes: International intervention (war among countries), or civil war. If none of these two outcomes happen, then it'll skip to the last step directly:
"Normalized" means "Social unrest is completely prevented by intruders". In the case of the Soviet Union, Russian tanks entered the city, killed all the pro-Soviet's spies and politicians (because they were useless for Russia)
. The outsider, Russians, cleaned up all the opposition and "normalized" this crisis.
**Do you realize that many of those tricks taught by Yuri are already used in Hong Kong? In fact, it's been done since 1997.
Know yourself and know your enemy. It's time for Hongkongers to learn how the Communist's intelligence agencies treat their enemy. Although our situation is severe, it's not out of hand yet.**