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Japan BULLIES Small Taiwanese Fishing Boat Carrying Matzu Buddha to Tiaoyutai [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-1-27 07:26:39 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-1-27 07:32

Friends, just see these pictures and weep . . . http://news.china.com/dydzd/gdxw/11127676/20130126/17654969.html.

Not since the days of imperial Japanese occupation of Taiwan and mainland's coastal cities had Taiwanese/Chinese have to suffer such bullying and humiliation, all within the sovereign territory of China in Diaoyudao.

If this is not enough bullying and humiliation for the people of both Taiwan and China to unite and fight the Japanese over an island and its surrounding seas that belonged to Taiwan and China for centuries until the Japanese took it over, and now pretend to have "administrative rights" without any demonstrable shred of sovereignty, except by force shown in the pictures above, what is going to wake up the people of Taiwan that the Japanese have returned to bully the Taiwanese people all over again, starting from Diaoyudao?  Even Chen Shuibian fumed against the Japanese when he was President of ROC which made him less of a darling to the Lee Japan League.  So, who wants to be Japan's running dog now in Taiwan politics?  Ma Yinggeou?  Heavens forbid.  You don't have to kowtow to Japan to love Taiwan.  In fact, kowtowing to Japan over Diaoyudao is TRAITOROUS TO TAIWAN for anybody, whether in the KMT or DPP.  

China and Taiwan governments must set up a special insurance fund to cover all ships that go to Diaoyudao in the event that they are damaged by the Japanese or bad weather.  All ship damages must be covered.  Each life lost must be given $100,000 as condolence money to their families to help them survive.  China is no longer the sick man of Asia.  And Taiwan is no longer the land of Japan's comfort women and slave miners!  

Stand up and fight like a man, Taiwan!  China is behind you all the way!


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