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柯P中國擺第一 Ko putting China first

[轉載自:台北時報]

[謝鎮寬]於2017-09-07 18:09:09上傳[]

 


柯P中國擺第一


月卅一日,在台北市舉行了一場大遊行,向參與這次台北夏季世大運的台灣運動選手們致敬。

約有兩百名運動員和教練,接受台灣英雄的歡呼,他們在總統府受到蔡英文總統祝賀表揚。

人民夾道歡迎,揮舞旗幟,高聲大喊:你尚讚!英雄!英雄!,並豎起大拇指給予肯定。

他們確實是台灣的英雄,在國際比賽中取得了非常優越的成績,廿六金,卅四銀和銅,並打破了多項亞洲記錄,選手們都以能把獎牌留在他們心愛家鄉為榮。


是的,所有運動員都為自己的國家感到自豪,台北市市長柯文哲自也不落人後,他在閉幕致詞時提到了十一次台灣的慷慨激昂態度,配上熱情的隻體語言,無疑地觸動了所有聽講者。

 

他把成果歸功於過去所有曾參與比賽規劃前輩,感謝所有運動員,志工,訪客和觀眾。

 

他說「台灣,是一個成功的故事。台北,是一個光榮的城市。美麗島─福爾摩沙,將繼續帶著海洋子民的勇氣與開放的胸襟,勇敢的航向全世界,再次感謝世界光臨台灣謝謝大家。」

 

但令人吃驚的是,在他的演講的正式英文版中,除了開頭翻譯勉強提到北台灣外,卻沒有任何台灣


雖然他以中文演講豪情地提昇台灣,但在同一時間,他卻命令其安全警衛架離任何攜帶台灣旗幟入場者。

陳俞璋是一名成功大學建築系學生,只因舉著一面寫有台灣的橫幅,就遭到一群黑衣人的襲擊,他們沒有出示任何身份證件,然後將他逮捕到警察局。警方說,他阻礙了社會秩序。


根據「洛桑協議」,國際奧委會於一九八一年三月廿三日宣布,台灣可以在更改國家奧委會的名稱,旗幟和標誌後再次參加奧運。


它只是限制中華民國,它的旗幟和中華民國奧林匹克委員會,而不是印有台灣的橫幅。

究竟這個二0一七年、台北世大運的標準作業流程是依據什麼?

 

在開幕式時,一方面,警方允許反年金陳抗團體,違反洛桑協議攜帶中華民國國旗鬧場,阻止各國運動員進場另一方面,卻把所有未被洛桑協議禁止,印有台灣字樣上的橫幅沒收。

我們都記得柯市長非常在乎標準作業流程,那也正是他之所以能贏得市長選舉。

 

但是,他的世大運標準作業流程是什麼?

 

他首先公開違反洛桑協議,然後讓身份不明的黑衣人襲擊和逮捕持有台灣旗幟入場者。

 

警方說這些黑衣人是憲兵。那就更離譜了,


軍方怎麼能夠攻擊和逮捕平民呢?台灣現在又回到戒嚴時期了嗎?

台灣英雄在台北市接受人民夾道歡迎當天,我們看到人們在街道上揮舞著,標示台灣獨立運動旗幟,中華民國旗幟和台灣隊旗幟。

這是一個真情流露的場景,人們各自拿著他們所信仰的旗幟,來表達對英雄的尊敬,這才是真正的自由意志表達。


現在,台北世大運已經結束了,但還有諸多事情有待釐清。

 

月二日,記者向柯市長提問,有關阿根廷運動員在閉幕式時,攜帶中華民國旗幟進入會場的看法。

 

他說:「我首先要跟中國大陸講,這不干我們的事,這是阿根廷所做的。」

 

柯文哲,很顯然,最關心的是中國。

 

現在我們總算了解,柯P的新版標準作業流程就是,中國第一,不是台灣。

謝鎮寬
加州、海沃

 

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2017/09/06/2003677882

TAIPEI TIMES

Home / Editorials
Wed, Sep 06, 2017 - Page 8 

 [ LETTER ]

Ko putting China first

On Thursday last week, there was a big parade inTaipei to honor the Taiwanese athletes who competed at the Taipei SummerUniversiade.

About 200 athletes and coaches were honored asTaiwanese heroes and praised by President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文)at the Presidential Office.

People lining the route waved flags, shouting:“You are the best,” and “Heroes, heroes,” and making thumbs-up gestures.

They are indeed Taiwanese heroes, havingachieved an outstanding record with 26 golds, 34 silvers and 30 bronzes, aswell as setting several Asian records, and the athletes were proud to keep themedals in their homeland.

Yes, the athletes are proud of their homelandand so is Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲),who mentioned Taiwan 11 times in his impassioned closing speech, whichundoubtedly touched whoever listened to it.

He gave credit to those involved in theoperation of the Games, and thanked to all the athletes, volunteers andvisitors.

“Taiwan is a success story. Taipei is a gloriouscity. Formosa, beautiful island, will continue to sail the world as courageous,open-minded island-dwellers. Once again, we thank the world for visitingTaiwan. Thank you,” Ko said.

It was surprising to see that in the officialEnglish version of his speech there was no mention of “Taiwan,” except for thephrase “across northern Taiwan.”

While Ko proudly mentioned Taiwan in his speechin Mandarin he ordered his security forces to remove anyone who brought aTaiwanese flag.

Chen Yu-chang (陳俞璋),a Cheng Kung University architecture student holding a banner with the text“Taiwan” on it, was attacked by a group of black-shirted men showing no ID, whoarrested him and took him to a police station for disturbing social order.

According to the Lausanne Agreement, theInternational Olympic Committee (IOC) announced on March 23, 1981, that Taiwancan participate in the Olympic Games after changing the name, flag and emblemof its national Olympic committee.

It only restricted the use of the term Republicof China and its flag, not banners with the text Taiwan printed on them.

What was the standard operating procedure forthe Taipei Universiade?

At the opening ceremony, police allowed pensionreform protest groups to violate the Lausanne Agreement by carrying nationalflags and blocking athletes from entering the stadium, while confiscating allbanners containing the word “Taiwan.”

We all remember that Ko likes standardprocedures very much; that is why he won the mayoral election.

However, what were his procedures for theUniversiade?

He publicly violated the Lausanne Agreement,then allowed unknown black-shirted men to attack and arrest people carryingbanners containing the word “Taiwan.”

Police said the men were military police, whichis even worse.

How could the military police be allowed toattack and arrest a civilian? Is Taiwan under martial law again?

On the day Taiwan’s heroes paraded throughTaipei, people lined up along the streets waving flags associated with theTaiwanese independence movement, as well as Republic of China and Olympicflags.

That was natural, seeing people holding flagsrepresenting their beliefs and showing their respect for their heroes. That isreal freedom.

Now, the Universiade is over, but a lot ofincidents need to be reviewed.

On Saturday last week, a reporter asked Ko aboutan Argentine athlete carrying the Republic of China flag during the closingceremony.

 

“I want to inform China first, it had nothing to do withus, it was done by Argentina,” Ko said.

Koclearly cares most about China.

We nowknow what Ko’s new standard procedure is: China first, not Taiwan.

JohnHsieh

Hayward,California

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