|Li Ka-shing hints the economy will go sour if political reform not approved|
|Lee Shau-kee sweetens deal with HK$1 billion donation|
|Peter Woo calls for lawmakers to use "public wisdom"|
Translation: If you support the political reform proposal, you will make us tycoons even richer so I'll donate some money to you poor little things.
Former Wharf chairman Peter Woo Kwong-ching issued a strongly worded statement calling on "non-radical lawmakers to "stand on the side of public wisdom" and support the government proposal.
What public wisdom? How is a fixed race good for Hong Kong?
And then K Wah Group chairman Lui Che-woo penned an article, saying social conflicts had weakened Hong Kong's competitiveness, and that different sectors should seek a win-win solution on political reform.
|Lui Che-woo says social conflicts affect HK's competitiveness|
Through their words it's obvious the tycoons are only interested in the economic impact of the political reform package, not how this will affect Hong Kong and its people in the long term.
They are just towing the Party line and hoping that by repeating the mantra of passing political reform, that it will eventually happen.
Meanwhile the media asked Li if he would mourn the Tiananmen Square crackdown tomorrow, and Li said the incident was "very regrettable".