【夙怨仍不絕 雪恨莫待秋——香港大學學生會聯院會就香港警方於八月十一日企圖謀殺港人之聲明|‘The Bloodstained Drone of the People’ Joint Statement by Faculty Societies of HKUSU in response to Hong Kong Police Force Attempts to Murder Hongkongers on 11th August】

【夙怨仍不絕 雪恨莫待秋——香港大學學生會聯院會就香港警方於八月十一日企圖謀殺港人之聲明|‘The Bloodstained Drone of the People’ Joint Statement by Faculty Societies of HKUSU in response to Hong Kong Police Force Attempts to Murder Hongkongers on 11th August】

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《夙怨仍不絕 雪恨莫待秋》
香港大學學生會聯院會就香港警方於八月十一日企圖謀殺港人之聲明

三個月以來,抗爭種子散落遍地,港人以「和平快閃」的方式行使公民集會以及示威的權利,然而警方堅持一貫濫暴作風,暴力鎮壓平民。香港大學學生會聯院會(下稱「聯院會」)在此嚴厲譴責警方於八月十一日公然藐視《國際人道法》,更企圖謀殺港人。

儘管警方多次選擇性執法,此等縱容罪惡的暴行早已受萬夫所指,濫暴惡行卻無止息之意,更變本加厲。執法者倚仗裝備優勢進行無差別攻擊,港人的哀嚎不斷,所謂「最低武力」已是天方夜譚。聯院會認為,目無法紀的執法者使香港的法治苟延殘喘,手無寸鐵的市民只是其洩憤工具,實在人神共憤,天理不容。警方再三蔑視《國際人道法》,將醫務人員、醫療設備視作攻擊目標,槍口更直指急救人員眼部,其右眼面臨永久性失明,此等嚴重侵犯港人的道德底線,實是泯滅人性之為,毫無惻隱之心可言。更甚者,警方肆意在一米內行刑式亂槍掃射地鐵站內的平民,並於站內濫用易燃化學武器,任由有害氣體於封閉的中央空調系統中循環不斷,罔顧港人安全,警方難辭其咎。散播恐怖主義的元兇已是顯然易見,執法者視人命如草芥,已與草菅人命的恐怖組織不謀而合。聯院會認為,我城現危在旦夕,必需抗爭到底,方能迎接黎明的到來。

路雖遙,心不泯——在白色恐怖的陰霾之中更顯港人的決心。聯院會重申,當今政權最低限度必須回應民間五大訴求,否則港人誓不罷休,寧死亦與屠夫政權清算。聯院會在此促請各地人權組織及國際刑事法院跟進本港現況,同時呼籲港人全面投入三罷,以最和平有效之道痛斥不義,共同抵抗無盡黑暗。

香港大學學生會建築學會
香港大學學生會文學院學生會
香港大學學生會經濟及工商管理學會
香港大學學生會牙醫學會
香港大學學生會教育學會
香港大學學生會工程學會
香港大學學生會法律學會
香港大學學生會醫學會
香港大學學生會理學會
香港大學學生會社會科學學會

二零一九年八月十三日

‘The Bloodstained Drone of the People’
Joint Statement by Faculty Societies of HKUSU in response to Hong Kong Police Force Attempts to Murder Hongkongers on 11th August

In the past three months, seeds of resistance have scattered all over Hong Kong. Hongkongers have exercised their right to gather and demonstrate in a “peaceful and flashing” manner. However, the Hong Kong Police Force insisted on the violent suppression of civilians. The Joint Faculty Societies of Hong Kong University Students’ Union (hereinafter ‘the Faculty Societies’) roundly condemn the police force for defying the “International Humanitarian Law” on 11th August and attempting to murder Hong Kong citizens.

Despite repeated selective law enforcement by the police and public denouncement of such atrocities, the Hong Kong Police Force has displayed no signs of ceasing their abusive operations. The Faculty Societies believe that law enforcement officials’ disregard for law or discipline has trampled the rule of law in Hong Kong. Treating unarmed citizens as an anger venting tool is utterly despicable, barbaric, and preposterous. The police force’s act of despising the “International Humanitarian Law” is a complete annihilation of human nature, as they regard medical personnel and medical equipment as targets of attack, displaying no signs of guilty conscience or compassion. In addition, directing a shot towards the eye of a protestor, causing permanent blindness seriously infringes upon the bottom line of Hongkongers’ moral conscience. Furthermore, the arbitrary firing and abusive use of harmful gases towards civilians in the subway station within one meter resulted in the circulation of gases in the closed central air-conditioning system in complete disregard towards the safety of Hong Kong citizens. The culprits of terrorism have revealed themselves, as law enforcement officials disvalue human life and are becoming dangerously similar to terrorist organisations. The Faculty Societies believe that our city is in grave danger, hence we must fight till the end in order to greet the light at the end of the tunnel.

In spite of the long journey ahead, Hongkongers, living in the age of white terror, have been more dedicated and united than ever. The Faculty Societies reiterate that authorities must, at the minimum, respond to the ‘five demands’. Otherwise, Hongkongers vow never to give up. The Faculty Societies hereby demand worldwide human rights organisation and the International Criminal Court to follow the current situation in Hong Kong and urge all Hongkongers to commit to the General Strike, adopting the most effective and peaceful means of denouncing injustice and resisting against the endless darkness.

Architectural Society, HKUSU
Arts Association, H.K.U.S.U.
Business and Economics Association HKUSU
Dental Society, HKUSU
Education Society, HKUSU
Engineering Society, HKUSU
Law Association, HKUSU
Medical Society, HKUSU
Science Society, HKUSU
Social Sciences Society, HKUSU

13th August 2019

 

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Special Arrangement for MBBS Orientation Camp of the Executive Committee, Medical Society, HKUSU

[香港大學學生會醫學會幹事會就內外全科醫學迎新營之特別安排]

鑑於近日香港社會動盪,香港大學學生會醫學會幹事會現就本年度的內外全科醫學迎新營 (8月26-28日) 作出以下變動:

幹事會將會於迎新營加入時事元素,以提升各位新入學醫學生的時事觸覺及對社會的認識。幹事會將會邀請醫護人員分享他們對病人私隱、醫學倫理等議題的看法,並與新生討論醫學生在社會運動中可扮演的角色。若有任何營友希望在迎新營期間離開,以參加遊行、集會或其他社會活動,幹事會表示尊重及理解,但亦同時希望各同學小心行事,以自身安全為上。

迎新營除了可以讓各新生順利地適應大學生活,更可藉此機會提升他們的時事觸覺及對社會事項的關注。醫學會幹事會將會繼續堅守一直以來全力支持所有會員的承諾。如有會員需要任何協助,請電郵致exco@medsoc.org.hk ,幹事會將竭盡所能提供支援。

香港大學學生會醫學會幹事會
二零一九年八月六日

[Special Arrangement for MBBS Orientation Camp of the Executive Committee, Medical Society, HKUSU]

In light of recent events in Hong Kong, the Executive Committee, Medical Society, HKUSU, now makes the following arrangements for the MBBS orientation camp (26-28/8) this year.

The Executive Committee will include current affairs elements in the orientation camp, so as to increase freshmen’s social awareness. We will invite different doctors and medical personnel to shed light on topics such as patient confidentiality as well as the role of medical students during these times. The Executive Committee respects individual participants’ decisions to leave camp for any participation in social movements, but at the same time, we would like to remind all those who participate actively in such movements to stay safe.

We believe that the MBBS orientation camp will be a fruitful and insightful experience for freshmen, which not only helps them adapt to university life but also increases their awareness towards current affairs. Shall our members have any requests for assistance, you are more than welcome to contact us by email at exco@medsoc.org.hk. Once again, the Executive Committee, Medical Society pledges to continue our support to all members.

Executive Committee, Medical Society, HKUSU
6/8/2019

 

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Mid-year Opinion Forum

Brand New Event!! REGISTER NOW and come talk to us!
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Seven months have passed since our term of office began in January 2019. In this newly proposed event, we would like to recap and collect opinions for our past work, as well as listen actively to your suggestions for our work ahead.

The Mid-year Opinion Forum is a brand new event to be held on 13 August, 2019 (Tue) from 1800 to 2200 in the Alumni Chamber, 7/F, FMB. All students from the MBBS and E&H curricula are welcomed. Please come and share your opinions and thoughts towards our work, as well as make suggestions for us in the future!

Light refreshments will be provided. We would be very grateful if interested students could fill in the google form below so we can estimate the number of participants. Thanks a lot, and see you on 13th!

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