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定位台灣首要之務 Identify Taiwan first

[轉載自:台北時報民報]

[謝鎮寬]於2019-03-13 05:03:03上傳[]

 




定位台灣首要之務

長年來國民黨洗腦台灣人民,說台灣是中華民國的固有領土,台灣澎湖住民都是中國人。但當我們攤開歷史,舊金山和平條約清楚地告訴我們,日本政府根本沒有,把台灣的領土主權轉交給中國政府。

1952年4月28日簽署、同年8月5日生效的台北和約、又稱日華和約,旨在結束中國與日本之間的戰爭。和約第二條明載:「遵照1951年9月8日所締結的舊金山和平條約第二條,日本國業已放棄對於臺灣及澎湖群島,以及南沙群島及西沙群島之一切權利、名份與要求。」第十條:「中華民國國民,應被視同包括,全體現住台澎居民及其後裔;中華民國法人,應被視同全體依照中華民國在臺灣及澎湖,所已施行或將來可能施行之法律規章,所登記之一切法人。」言下之意中華民國國民可分為,包括台澎居民,及非台澎如金馬居民。

該和約已於1972年9月29日,因日本與中華人民共和國簽署中日公報而作廢。

隨著台北和約的廢除,台灣人民與中華民國已毫無法理聯繫。而1971年10月25日聯合國所通過的2758號決議文,只規範由中華人民共和國,正式成為代表中國,並沒有授予台灣的領土主權。

所以台灣與中國沒有任何法理從屬關係,中國根本無權過問台灣的法理事務。令人遺憾的是,今日在台灣的朝野各界,仍然高舉中華民國。國民黨徒,在蔣介石與其子蔣經國相繼凋零後,從反共轉為媚共、親共,高喊兩岸一家親。雖然他們在台灣還高舉著中華民國法統,但是一旦碰到國台辦、中華人民共和國代表,就嚇得屁滾尿流,有如雪人見光、瞬間消失。

民進黨雖然是類屬台灣本土政黨,但因生長在國民黨長時期的黨國教育洗腦下,其黨綱為,台灣就是中華民國、中華民國就是台灣。

儘管主政的蔡英文總統,堅決不接受習近平所提九二共識及一國兩制的維持現狀值得肯定,但她排斥東奧正名困守中華台北,司法改革、扁案不審不赦繼續維持現狀。

這是令人難以恭維。台灣與中華民國究竟存在著什麼樣的關係,是到該說清楚講明白的時候了。

近日美國政府陸續邀請桃園市長鄭文燦、基隆市長林右昌到華府訪問,給予高規格接待,美國聯邦眾議員游賀,敦促美國政府協助台灣參與世界衛生大會,展示美國重視台灣。

目前每個政黨都忙著,提名他們明年總統大選的候選人。那些有志總統大位者,都應該明確地向選民闡釋,其就台灣法理定位的認知與解讀,台灣與中華民國、中華人民共和國、美國關係如何界定,及要引領台灣何去何從?

在慶祝台灣關係法40週年的時刻,定位台灣、不屬中華,脫胎換骨、邁向國際,是台灣社會不容忽視的課題。

謝鎮寬
加州、海沃

https://www.peoplenews.tw/news/325675af-a733-4f47-b7f2-6f03c5f58357

民報 
【專文】美國從不承認台灣是中國的一部份
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2019/03/12/2003711310

TAIPEI TIMES 
Home / Editorials
Tue, Mar 12, 2019 - Page 8 
[ LETTER ]
Identify Taiwan first

The Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) has brainwashed Taiwanese for years, saying that Taiwan is the inherent territory of the Republic of China (ROC), and that the inhabitants of Taiwan and Penghu are Chinese, but the San Francisco Peace Treaty (SFPT) clearly tells us that the Japanese government simply did not transfer Taiwan’s territorial sovereignty to the Chinese government.

Article 2 of the Treaty of Taipei, also known as the Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty, which was signed on April 28, 1952, and entered into force on August 5 that year, reads: “According to Article 2 of the SFPT signed on 8 September 1951, Japan renounces all right, title and claim to Formosa and the Pescadores Islands,” and Article 10 states: “Nationals of the ROC shall be deemed to include all the inhabitants and former inhabitants of Taiwan and Penghu and their descendants.”

The Taipei treaty was revoked on Sept. 29, 1972, due to the signing of the Sino-Japanese Joint Communique.

With the abrogation of the treaty, there is no longer any legal connection between Taiwan and the ROC. UN Resolution 2758 only authorized the People’s Republic of China (PRC) as the legitimate representative of China in the UN, but did not give it sovereignty over Taiwan.

So, the PRC has nothing to do with Taiwan. Regrettably, politicians from all parties hold high the ROC. KMT members have betrayed Chiang Kai-shek (蔣介石) and [former president] Chiang Ching-kuo (蔣經國), moving from anti-communism to pro-communism after their deaths and claiming that they are as close as family.

Although they hold high the ROC legal system in Taiwan, once they meet Taiwan Affairs Office officials, they are scared and swayed, melting like a snowman under sunshine.

In fact, what they are trying to do is to indefinitely consume, spoil and betray Taiwan.

The Democratic Progressive Party is a Taiwanese grassroots party, but it also holds high the ROC after having been brainwashed by the KMT for decades. Its party resolution states that Taiwan is the ROC and the ROC is Taiwan.

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) rejects the “1992 consensus” and “one country two systems,” but she refuses to name the national team “Taiwan” in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, treading water on judicial reform and pardoning former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁), while “maintaining the status quo.”

This is not convincing diehard supporters. Now is the time to clarify what kind of relationship exists between Taiwan and the ROC.

Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) and Keelung Mayor Lin Yu-chang (林右昌) have been invited to visit Washington, receiving a high-level reception.

US Representative Ted Yoho is urging the US government to advocate for Taiwan’s participation in the WHA. The US does care about Taiwan.

Every political party in Taiwan is busy nominating their candidate for the presidential election next year. Those who are running should clearly inform voters about how they see the relation between Taiwan and the ROC, the PRC and the US, and where this will lead.

At the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act, it is necessary to clarify that Taiwan does not belong to China, and that it will be reborn as a nation and move toward the international community.

John Hsieh
Hayward, California

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