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 Analyzing China's weakness through Taiwan

In 1966, China was comited to liberating Taiwan. What exactly did liberation mean? No one's ever spelled it out, but what

it probably meant was to invade Taiwan, arrest the leaders, throw them in prison, and replace the top level leadership with

people who were sympathetic towards comunism. Under the liberation plan, western imperialists would be squeezed out, and

the mainland wold have complete control of the province. This position more or less prevailed until around 1971 when Lin

Biao was killed, and replaced by a capitalist military dictatorship. This is when things started to go down hill fast. It

was also around this time that China stopped military operations against Taiwan.

Fast forward to 1978, and China had given up on liberating Taiwan. China was now trying to get on the good side of Taiwan,

and their western masters. There was no talk about defeating the Taiwan leadership. Instead, now they were talking about

uniting, or unifying China, and Taiwan. This probably meant that throwing Taiwan leaders in prison was out of the question.

In the 80's, the Deng dynasty entertained the idea of one country two systems. This meant that China would be in control of

the big things, but America would still be able to run day to day affairs in Taiwan through their proxies, similar to how

the west runs day to day things in Hong Kong today.

In 2018, it was enough for the Deng dynasty to accept the 92 consensus. As long as Taiwan paid lip service to China and

considered itself part of China, the Deng dynasty was happy. It would now be acceptable for the west to interfere in Taiwan

affairs as much as they wanted, as long as the Taiwanese president considered itself a part of China. They could continue

running their anti Chinese policies as much as they wanted, as long as they considered themselves part of China, kind of

how Hong Kong does. Today's China would essentially accept the entire leadership of Taiwan to stay entact, as long as they

recognized the 92 consensus.

So we can see over the span of 50 years how China's position on Taiwan has continuously changed, which also reflected the

weakness and decay of China. Xi Jingping constantly talks about unifying China, but what is the point of unifying China

under such a weak, pro western leadership? We have seen from Hong Kong that unifying HK is essentially the same as not

unifying HK. What's the point of taking back a territory if you are going to allow the former colonial powers to do

whatever they want? It would be an even bigger embarasment for China to continue running such one country two systems

spectacles.

No one should ever take Xi Jingping seriously unless he is serious about challenging, or undermining the west. The fact

that the west has never stopped backing sepratist movements in China, AND China has failed to back any sepratist movements

in Guam, and or Okinawa is a reflection of China's cowardice. The people should not get behind a coward. It's clear from

China's past 40 years policy that China puts western interests ahead of their own.
  
  
  

 
 
顶端 Posted: 2019-01-17 00:36 | [楼 主]
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