Taiwanese Teenage Singer Forced To Apologize In China For Waving A Flag

I am very much against the independence of Taiwan, as you can read from a few of my posts (https://simplyjet.wordpress.com/2016/01/14/taiwans-election/ & https://simplyjet.wordpress.com/2015/12/17/are-you-a-loser/). However, I have to say something about the hubris of the Chinese government and some of their brainwashed citizens, who made a Taiwanese teenage girl apologize for waving a flag while swallowing her tears (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/01/16/watch-teenage-pop-stars-humiliating-apology-to-china-for-waving-taiwan-flag/). The flag, so-called Taiwan’s flag, is not even the one to be used for the declaration of Taiwan’s independence but that of the former China, which has not been wiped out from the Earth yet. No wonder the Communist Party of China is that angry, because after 60 years of intense and relentless military effort, they have not been able to cross Taiwan Strait to officially declare victory for taking over China. They simply can’t take over China. I totally understand that kind of bitter hatred for their own incompetence.

I don’t get it. We had East Germany and West Germany before. Even today, we have North Korea and South Korea. So, why can’t we have West China and East China for that matter? This way, there’s no confusion. This way, Taiwanese can participate in the world’s organizations, events and activities under the banner of East China, whether they like that name or not. This way, the world will not be confused about Taiwan’s status quo, either. This way, the Communist Party of China can rest assured that the eventual unification of China is always in the minds of both sides of the Strait. No one wants to be severed from China, our identity. It is a structure very well understood internationally. Why not just clear it up today?

I know, the Communist Party of China is incompetent, unable to cross the Strait. That’s why such a new arrangement can be difficult for them. It makes their incompetence obvious.

She’s only 16, not even an adult. Is this how the Chinese government treats children?


About Run Song

Run Song (宋闰) is my pen name for the Moments of Poetry, a collection of poems about the greatest moments of life. If photography captures the greatest moments of life, poetry is the life behind them.
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