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*1. " Democarcy works best in a population educated and savvy, not among a bunch of starving and illeterates. Stop treating those who have good wishes for the PRC as if they live in a dark and dingy dungeon. It is untrue and it does not advance your argument.
Just stop and think for a second, how can the CCP and democracy coexist? Or, how can the CCP continue to rule in a democracy? For this reason and this reason only, mainlanders today are not educated about talking rights, along with many other rights people like us take for granted. The argument that democracy does not suit China because its people are uneducated is simply RIDICULOUS and self-degrading. In many dynasties in China's history, people enjoyed even more talking rights than today, including the early period of the Sun Yat-Sen administration, during which hundreds of political factions were formed. More people were illiterate and poor back then, and yet, this freedom of speech worked.... and guess what, it worked to pave the way for the rise of your beloved CCP, which would take it away from the people.
*2. Taiwan, through many a trouble maker in power, have threatened to declare independence. That is why there is a problem over this political hot potato in the first place. Inspite of the fact that it is unlikely, the PRC is just repeating the advice in case some lunatic is impulsive enough to light the fire and watch the fire brigade turning up with sirens blaring. This hooliganism in taking Chinese lives for granted started way BEFORE missiles were in place. So don't use these " 1000 missiles " as an excuse. If Taiwan has NO intention of declaring independence, the let AB proclaim that to the Yankee masters at least.
That is bullcrap through and through. The CCP launched 2 major attacks on Taiwan's outlying islands back in the 60s without success. That was a time when the small group of Taiduers then were all arrested and prisoned by the KMT. Speaking of taking Chinese lives for granted, within the same years these attacks were launched on Taiwan, the CCP was going through its own dark period, in which many Chinese had starved. Mortality rate was abnormally high back then, this is the best way I can put it without having this one erased I guess. So don't tell me about taking Chinese lives for granted when I care more about China and know more about Chinese history than you.