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Kbay Post time: 2020-1-12 15:49
Like the violent, arsonist thugs in Hong Kong, Beijing should grant the Taiwanese their suicidal wis ...
1. Well said, Kbay. It has become increasing obvious that Taiwan has become a sort of a "high suction power vacuum cleaner" not for removing dirt and grime but China’s wealth. The money spent by the large number of Chinese tourists and students annually in Taiwan has actually ended up in Uncle Sam’s pockets as payment for high-tech weapons which will eventually use to destroy China and exterminate the Chinese race. What an irony!
What is Taiwan to the American Empire today was what Hong Kong to the British Empire yesterday. Getting a “swollen head” from Tsai's landslide victory, somebody in Taiwan even suggested that "China should meet Taiwan halfway instead of the other way round. Hence China should restrict visits by Chinese tourists and students to Taiwan (as suggested by Kbay) as soon as possible, if not immediately.
2. Tsai's landslide victory is due mainly to huge support from young voters. The following are remarks by two young voters on television:
Miss A: "My friend doesn't know Tsai’s policy, but she votes for her to prevent Taiwan from becoming a second Hong Kong."
Mr B: "I am working in China but I still vote for Tsai and her party."
About 30 percent of Taiwanese (mostly young workers) are working on the Chinese mainland but when it comes to election most of them would throw their support behind Tsai and her party. Hence it is high time for China to take the following actions against the people who bite the hand that feeds them.
(a) China should stop hiring Taiwanese workers, unless they are world-class talent.
(b) China should replace Taiwanese workers with its own nationals as soon as possible, unless they are world-class talent.
The global work environment, including China, has been deteriorating since Trump implemented his "American First" Policy. It is time for the ungrateful Taiwanese who have "stolen the jobs" (borrowing Trump's favourite catchphrase) of mainland Chinese to return them to the rightful owners.
3. Under Tsai’s New Southbound Policy (NSP), Taiwan endeavours to nurture a series of quasi-official relations with member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in order to break free from China’s encirclement and diversify its network of informal partnerships.
Under the pressure of Mike Pompeo in October last year, the Prague city council cancelled a partnership agreement with Beijing that would have required it to commit to the one-China principle affirming that Taiwan is a part of China. Similarly, under the pressure of the Trump administration, officials from Japan and the UK met with Tsai hours after her victory.
All those new developments should be a wake-up call for China that it should not underestimate Tsai's resolve to push for official independence, especially with the concerted effort of the US Empire whose ultimate aim is to disintegrate China just as it had done with Soviet Union in 1991.
While continuing to lure away Taiwan's remaining allies, China must beware that the crafty Tsai is stepping up efforts to hack away China's diplomatic allies behind its back. Hence China must show no mercy this time by doubling its efforts to isolate Taiwan in every area including the APEC forum, the Olympics and other international games.