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What do the CCP and DPP have in common? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2004-12-18 23:03:18 |Display all floors
They both want war!

The DPP wants to reform the constitution, which China sees as an attempt to form the legal basis for indpendence. Chen pursues that path despite China's warning that it could lead to war.

The legislative election last weekend has shown that the DPP lacks the support of the parliament, all of their proposals were blocked by the Pan-Blues on the first session. In spite of all these promising signs to China, the CCP absurdly plans to enact the anti-secession law. I believe it is only the first step of China's continuous legal maneuvers to pressure Taiwan's unification. It is, more importantly, China's legal basis for armed invasion - WAR!

In other words, the CCP's new anti-secession law is testing Taiwan's reaction. Should Taiwan modify its counterpart (laws regarding the relation with China), which it most likely will, then Beijing will first seek diplomatic means curb these moves, followed by subsequent war threats. The test is directed mainly toward the pan-Blues: Beijing wants to find out whether they are really against independence, that is, Beijing wants them to choose sides immediately. This move will further split Taiwan!

To some extent, Beijing is gradually building up its threat against the island as the military balance tips more and more towards China. This shows that the CCP is leaning towards forcing the unification rather than waiting to win the hearts and minds of the Taiwanese people. It also implies the fact that CCP knows it will most probably fail in this arena (winning the hearts and minds of the Taiwanese).

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Post time 2004-12-19 23:29:29 |Display all floors

what a fool

so long as u know a little about china`s history, u can not say so
warning that any action to split will surely get punishment.
the unification is the trend absolutely.
how can u antagonize us?

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