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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-12-1 00:05|
huaqiao Post time: 2013-11-30 15:15
These moles that you mentioned are also in the opposition parties. Did you see today's news? Taiwa ...
TAIWAN WILL FACE A CIVIL WAR BEING PLANNED BY PRO-JAPANESE FORCES, IF IT DOES NOT MAKE A STAND ON DIAOYUDAO IMMEDIATELY, WHEN IT HAS THE BEST CHANCE OF SUCCESS - JUST SEND ONE MAN TO PLANT ONE FLAG ON ONE ISLAND WITH ONE BOAT IN THE WIDE, WIDE SEA.
The struggle for Diaoyudao is the first step in preventing Japan from physically swallowing Taiwan whole. When Japan establishes "sovereignty" on a part of Taiwan, it has in effect established "sovereignty" over all of Taiwan, because simply put, it would prove to one and all that Taiwan/China has no ability to defend its sovereignty. The Japanese always had moles in Taiwan, headed by the opposition parties, one of which was headed by the giant mole, the ex-President of ROC no less, widely rumored to be a Son of a Japanese, in reality.
Ma Yingjeou is simply not cut out to be a historic figure. His decisions have a limited scope of significance, always within the safe perimeter of what he and his advisers can see, or control, which means, in strategic terms, he is already a prisoner of the Japanese empire, awaiting his fate, and Taiwan also, with him, and his team.
Ma's proposal to resolve the Diaoyudao dispute through peaceful negotiation of all three parties was rejected offhand by his real opposition, Tokyo. They are after Taiwan, which was a colony of Japan for 50 long years, from 1895-1945. Remember, Japan stole Diaoyudao from China a mere 3 months before the signing of the Treaty of Shimonoseki in 1895. In short, instead of asking for it, Japan just took it, in the aftermath of China's self-induced defeat at the Battle of the Yellow Sea, Battle of Lushunkou, and then, the Battle of Weihaiwei, after which the Manchu government officially scrapped the Office of the Navy, because China by then had NO navy at all.
Ma historically defeated the opposition to save the Republic of China, but he failed to foresee how all his achievements will be reversed on his stepping down. Does he have any viable successor? And viable program for peaceful reunification?
The only thing Ma can do to preserve the peace of Taiwan is to take Diaoyudao which at once defeats Japan's violation of the sovereignty of the ROC and commits Taiwan to its defense henceforth. He is still thinking of party politics, election politics, kissing foreign butt politics. He is also thinking of ROC vs PRC politics, which is also a form of leftover partisan politics from 64 years ago. As the President of the Republic of China, established by Sun Yat Sen, he should be thinking of CHINA's best interest for the next hundred, next thousand years. What will be his contribution to his fatherland. As Kennedy famously said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but rather ask, what you can do for your country."