Sunday, April 19, 2009
If this poll is to be believed, then up to 70% of Taiwanese are idiots and deserve to be slaves. How could they support something whose content Ma has steadfastly refused to disclose, so they know nothing about? I hereby declare I support DOWNMAAMNWOD.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
From whom are these independence supporters asking for help? Can you believe ... Taiwanese! This implies that Taiwanese do not consider defending Taiwan their responsibility. This begs the question as to who should defend Taiwan. Perhaps Americans and Japanese.
Taiwan is being Tibetized at faster and faster rate. The article implicitly tells why.
Former Examination Yuan president Yao Wen-chia (姚嘉文) urged Taiwanese to stand united to prevent the Ma administration from handing over Taiwan’s sovereignty to Beijing.Why did 姚嘉文 urge? Because Taiwanese do not stand united.
Former vice-president Annette Lu (呂秀蓮) ... urged all Taiwanese to take the country’s fate in their own hands.Why did Annette Lu urge all Taiwanese to take the country’s fate in their own hands? Because they don't. They expect others to do it.
“Throughout history, the Taiwanese people have never been an active participant in their own destiny. We must change that.That explains why Taiwanese have always been slaves.
Taipei Times: Help stop Ma, independence supporters say By Jenny W. Hsu
Saturday, Apr 18, 2009, Page 3
If a small of group of people could force the former dictatorial regime to dissolve the Taiwan Garrison Command and lift martial law, the 23 million people now living in Taiwan should be able to stop President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) from selling out Taiwan, independence supporters said yesterday at a forum in Taipei.
Speaking at the forum, which looked at the effects of the Treaty of Shimonoseki, former Examination Yuan president Yao Wen-chia (姚嘉文) urged Taiwanese to stand united to prevent the Ma administration from handing over Taiwan’s sovereignty to Beijing.
“We must be confident that we can stop Ma from turning Taiwan over to Communist China. Back then, there were only a few of us, but we still managed to force the government to dissolve the Taiwan Garrison Command and lift martial law,” he said.
Yao, also a student of Taiwanese history, said the treaty, in which China ceded control of Taiwan to Japan in April 1895, officially marked the beginning of Taiwan’s complete and perpetual severance from China.
Although Japan gave up its jurisdiction over Taiwan in the San Francisco Peace Treaty in 1952, Tokyo has never recognized Taiwan as part of China, so Taiwan is clearly not a Chinese province, he said.
Former vice-president Annette Lu (呂秀蓮), publisher of the new pro-independence newspaper Formosa Post, said history has shown that Taiwan goes through a major transformation every 30 years and urged all Taiwanese to take the country’s fate in their own hands.
“Throughout history, the Taiwanese people have never been an active participant in their own destiny. We must change that. At the moment, the world is going through a major change, and Taiwan will undoubtedly be affected,” she said.
Lu said that since the Ma government entered office in May last year, the relationship between Taiwan and China has become closer than ever.
However, Lu said, the growing intimacy between the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and the Chinese Communist Party would put Taiwan’s future in further jeopardy.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
“The negative outlook reflects our expectation of a marked deterioration in the government’s fiscal position in the next two to three years,” Standard & Poor’s credit analyst Kim Eng Tan said in a statement today. ...
Forbes - NY,USA
By ANNIE HUANG , 04.16.09, 05:57 AM EDT Taiwan's 41 percent stock market gain since late January reflects measures the island's new government has taken to ...
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Optimism growing among Taiwanese investors: survey
eTaiwan News - Taiwan
Taipei, April 16 (CNA) Forty-three percent of investors in Taiwan expect the country's economic situation to improve in the second quarter of 2009, ...
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
2,000 missiles aim at their kids and parentsWhat more does it take to frighten a Taiwanese? Please leave your insight as comments.
24,000,000 [more then the republic's population] unemployed Chinese migrant workers can invade and take away their jobs
32,000,000 men [1.5 the republic's population] can invade to compete with male citizens for a wife
0 elections in China
0 real newspapers and TV stations in China
0 sense of fairness
100% brainwashing tools pretended to be newspapers and TV channels
Internet access tightly controlled in China; YouTube blocked.
Toxic products killing human and animals and hurting the whole world.
Seeking Justice can be fatal. See Jerome Keating's A Kafkaesque System of Justice: The Plight of the Poor in China
or New York Times: Seeking Justice, Chinese Land in Secret Jails
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
KMT says: In democratic countries, it is unlikely for citizens to vote on propositions of economic nature.
Obviously, US is neither civilized nor democratic. Here is one of the thousands of propositions of economic nature, in California:
Proposition 1D, the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2006, will appear on the Nov. 7 general election ballot. The bond will pay for new and upgraded facilities and equipment for California’s K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
My fellow Taiwanese, please join me in condemning China, in the strongest terms, of this Xinhua news:
Philippines bans livestock imports from Lebanon, China's Taiwan
Xinhua - China
MANILA, April 1 (Xinhua) -- The Philippine government Wednesday imposed a temporary ban against the importation of live swine and cattle among other ruminants from Lebanon and China's Taiwan after the outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease in these two places.
In a directive issued Wednesday, Philippine Agriculture Secretary Arthur C. Yap said the ban was imposed to protect the local livestock industry. The Philippine hog and cattle industry is one of the country's fast-growing farm sectors.
The ban was issued shortly after the World Animal Health Organization had validated the disease outbreaks in the swine farms in Taiwan and dairy cattle farms in Lebanon.
Yap said that he has directed officers and inspectors to suspend the processing of all quarantine certificates of live animals to be imported from Taiwan and Lebanon. He also ordered to confiscate all such commodities and by-products originating from these two places.