Wu Aiyi, who studied philosophy, appealed to the students at the anti-national security law rally that Hong Kong people should not feel powerless because of the evil law: "Everyone should be a free person, and totalitarianism will not win." Wu Aiyi was interviewed by Shi Yongtai, who is also a barrister, in "Clanging Talk" earlier, and mentioned that being suppressed by those in power is inevitably fearful and frustrated. Wu Aiyi, a former Legislative Council member, is a traditional elite in Hong Kong society, but she has entered the masses to understand and grasp the pulse of society. Her insights are worth pondering.
The protests in the past year whatsapp database have been unprecedented. As the victims of police brutality, or their relatives and friends have been involved in the political whirlpool, there are many people. The public’s emotions have been troubled, suppressed, and hurt. The CCP’s big stone crushes the crab, and the Hong Kong government is doubly arrogant and unreasonable. Even if the Hong Kong people have the opportunity to use the principle of leverage to exert their strength in the game of the great power, it is still difficult to dispel the sense of helplessness, helplessness and powerlessness facing the endless darkness. Wu Aiyi mentioned in "Keng" that responsibility is the source of motivation for persistence, especially knowing that there are still many people suffering outside, and it is unavoidable.
This kind of disobedience is more suitable for people with warrior character, but it will cause pressure on ordinary people with weak will, belief, and feelings. Undoubtedly, compared with the Umbrella Movement, the people of Hong Kong have evolved a lot. Even if it is futile, they will not be easily sunk. However, in the face of the arduous and protracted battle, whether Sisyphus can sustain his fighting spirit is not just a matter of psychological quality. Can. Fighting for a long life means that a large part of your life will be inseparable from "fighting".