1945年9月2日麥克阿瑟將軍，依據第一號軍令General Order No.1，授權蔣介石接受在台澎日軍投降，而開啟台澎的軍事佔領。但蔣介石的國民黨政府，卻於1945年10月25日，在台北公會堂接受日軍投降的典禮，詮釋為台灣光復；更離譜的是於1946年1月12日，由行政院下令將台灣人強行入籍中華民國；1947年2月28日更在台灣展開二二八大屠殺，這些都屬國際戰犯行為。1949年10月1日，毛澤東宣佈建立中華人民共和國，蔣介石與其子蔣經國於當年12月10日亡命逃到台灣，並於1950年3月1日自行宣布復職，繼續擔任國家元首總統職務，在國際社會宣稱代表整個中國。但在美國的認知，該政府只是代理執行協防台灣。1950年11月30日聯合國安全理事會，於第530次會議作出9:1判決，否決中國指控美國侵略中國領土台灣。1951年9月8日簽署舊金山和平條約，該約於1952年4月28日正式生效，美國正式被授權為台灣的主要佔領權國。1954年12月3日中美簽署共防禦條約，蔣介石政府其實只是擔任負責協防台灣的職務，該約於1979於1月1日被台灣關係法取代，於1980年1月1日正式走入歷史。
China has always been domineering and barking at trains; Wu Hsiu-chuan roared at UNSC and Zhu Ronggi shouted angrily.
Sa Chukang said who cares about you, Chi Haotian threated war is not far, Wei Feng-ho will fight at all costs and Xi Jinping promots Military Operations Other Than War.
Today, Putin is miserable, and tomorrow Xi will be fell; Those who abused power will be punished and
Those who launched war who is survived.
Taiwan people should wake up, grape arm to fight in the front line; crying cannot guarantee safety, only fighting earn you dignity.
Austin and Wei Shangri-La Dialogue
On the evening of June 10, 2022, the 19th "Shangri-La Dialogue" kicked off in Singapore. U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chinese Defense Minister Wei Feng-ho held talks before the meeting. Both insisted on their respective positions on Taiwan. Wei emphasized that the "one-China principle" is the political foundation of Sino-US relations and urged the US not to interfere with China's internal affairs; Austin reiterated to Chia that under the guidance of the one-China policy, the Taiwan policy will remain unchanged, and stressed the importance of stability across the Taiwan Strait, calling on China not to undermine long-term stability and peace. The words of the two sides were tit for tat, yelling like masters.
PLA 3 Nos Choking US 4 Nos
Wei Feng-ho said: "Taiwan belongs to China, and it is China's internal affairs. The reunification of the motherland will definitely be achieved, and external interference will never succeed." He took the American Civil War from 1861 to 1865 as an example and pointed out that the US launched N-S War for national reunification. China was very reluctant to have a "civil war", but resolutely smashed any attempt to "Taiwan independence". He also reiterated that the PLA has 3-No to Taiwan, "If someone dares to split Taiwan, we will definitely fight at all costs, and there isn’t any other choice. And warns the US "Don't smear China, don't suppress China, don't interfere with China, don't harm China."
One China Policy, TRA, 3C and 6A
Austin made it clear that the US adheres to the long-held one-China policy and has not changed its policy toward Taiwan; it has always been based on the "Taiwan Relations Act", the three US-China communiqués and the six guarantees. The US opposes any unilateral change of the status quo. The US does not support Taiwan's independence and insists that differences between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait must be resolved by peaceful means. Under the one-China policy, the US continues to fulfill its commitments under the TRA, including assisting Taiwan and maintaining adequate self-defense capabilities. This means maintaining one's ability to resist force or any other form of coercion that threatens to jeopardize the security of the people of Taiwan, the social or economic system. Austin emphasized that the U.S. policy has not changed, but Beijing is not. China has increased its provocative military actions near Taiwan to destabilize. This includes the record number of co-aircraft interference with Taiwan in recent months, and such actions are happening almost every day.
Luxembourg meeting talk respectedly
Immediately after the Austin-Wei meeting, on June 13, 2022, the White House National Security Adviser Sullivan, and Yang Jie-chi, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the CPC Central Committee and member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, met in Luxembourg, targeting Taiwan and the South China Sea, the Ukraine-Russian war and North Korea's nuclear program and other issues, for up to four and five hours of "frank" discussion. Although the two did not repeat the stern confrontation between the defense ministers of the United States and China in the recent "Shangri-Shangri La Dialogue" in Singapore, they still disagree on core differences. Since both have the status of security advisors and senior advisors to the head of state, the main task of this meeting should be to pave the way for the "Biden-Xi meeting". In the meeting, Sullivan reiterated the long-term "one China" policy of the US but expressed concern about "the coercive and aggressive actions of China on both sides of the Taiwan Strait." He clearly expressed the basic position and concerns of the US; In the Taiwan Strait, the US wants to ensure peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and continues to emphasize its opposition to unilateral changes to the status quo.
Taiwan Strait isn't China's Inland Sea
Although Sullivan and Yang did not appear in the talks, like the conflict during the Shangri-La Dialogue, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on the 13th that China enjoys "sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction" over the Taiwan Strait, adding that "there is no such thing as "in the international law of the sea". "International waters", the relevant countries call the Taiwan Strait international waters, which is manipulating Taiwan-related issues and threatening China's sovereignty and security. "The Taiwan Strait is an international waterway, which means that the Taiwan Strait is an area of freedom of the high seas, guaranteed by international conventions, including navigation and Freedom of overflight." He added that peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait are of long-term interest to the world and are extremely important to the security and prosperity of the wider Indo-Pacific region. The US is deeply concerned about China, aggressive rhetoric and coercive activities against Taiwan, and the US will continue to fly, sail and perform missions wherever international law allows, including through the Taiwan Strait.
Military Operation Other Than War
On June 15, 2022, a "Military Operation Other Than War (Trial)" issued by Xi Jinping in his capacity as Chinese President and Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the CCP, as a legal basis for the PLA's implementation of "non-war military operations", was issued on the same day, formally implemented. The order of non-war military operations issued by Xi Jinping is quite like Putin's special military operation order to invade Ukraine; the inclusion of the Taiwan Strait as China's internal sea is also like Putin's statement that Ukraine should be demilitarized and De-Nazification means that Taiwan should be at his mercy, surrender and let him be slaughtered. What a lot of nonsense, it makes a big air.
Dog barking train over 73 years
Of course, the people of Taiwan are not frightened. Since the founding of the PRC in 1949, they have never owned Taiwan's sovereignty, right, title, claim, or any rights. It must be a big joke to annex Taiwan. However, 73 years have passed, but Taiwan is still safe and sound. Although China is now stronger and powerful, but because Xi Jinping is dictatorial and indecisive, he wants to be an emperor with all his mind, reverses human civilization and is unpopular, and has long offended European and American democratic societies. If he takes the wrong medicine and get crazy one day and dares to order military aggression, I believe that the missiles of the US, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India have already been aimed at Chongnanhai and fired at once; of course, Taiwan is by no means a fuel-efficient lamp. If you don’t believe it, just wait, and see.
Shimonoseki Treaty cut off all relations
China keeps saying that Taiwan belongs to it, but it can't prove it with any legal documents or international treaties. If you want to convince the people of Taiwan, you need to show any valid documents to prove it. Just showing the UN Resolution 2758 will not work. Because that is just an authorization, the PRC is the only legitimate government representative of China today, but it has nothing to do with Taiwan's sovereignty, and has no connection or connection with it. Since Taiwan was ceded to Japan by China in 1895 and its whole sovereignty was ceded in perpetuity to Japan, it has no more relationship with China. Although Japan in 1951, in accordance with the San Francisco Peace Treaty, renounced all right, title and claim to Taiwan and the Pescadores, it still has the residual sovereignty of Taiwan. Moreover, the peace treaty did not designate any sovereign recipients, but only authorized the designation of the US as the principal occupying power of Taiwan after WWII. These are the agreements that the international community must abide by. I believe that in the huge Chinese society, there should be someone who be able to read and understand international treaties.
Whom ROC Constitution represent?
Since the US is the principal occupying power of Taiwan, how does the US manage Taiwan affairs? I believe this is the issue that everyone is most concerned about, so let me discuss it here. The first thing to point out is the ROC, which is entangled with Taiwan. It has a constitution that neither represents China nor Taiwan but requires the people of Taiwan to accept it. This is really a joke because China has its own the Constitution of the PRC. On December 25, 1946, the draft constitution of the ROC was passed by a resolution of the National Assembly for the Constitution in Nanjing, announced by the National Government on January 1, 1947, and implemented on December 25, 1947. Chiang Kai-shek was the first president elected according to the Constitution of the ROC. As president, he was sworn in on May 20, 1948. The CCP did not participate in the formulation and execution of the constitution from beginning to end but formulated the constitution of the PRC itself. Therefore, the constitution of the ROC is a special book without a country, people, and land, but it is implemented in Taiwan. Don’t you think it is strange?
General Order No. 1 - military occupation
On September 2, 1945, General MacArthur, in accordance with General Order No. 1, authorized Chiang Kai-shek to accept the surrender of the Japanese army in Taiwan and Penghu and started the military occupation of Taiwan and Penghu. However, CKS/KMT government accepted the surrender ceremony of the Japanese army at the Taipei Public Hall on October 25, 1945, which was interpreted as the restoration of Taiwan; what is even more outrageous is that on January 12, 1946, the Executive Yuan ordered the Taiwanese to be forcibly enforced. Naturalization of the ROC; on February 28, 1947, the 228 massacre was launched in Taiwan, all of which are acts of international war criminals. On October 1, 1949, Mao Zedong announced the establishment of the PRC. CKS and his son Chiang Ching-kuo fled to Taiwan on December 10, 1949, and announced their reinstatement on March 1, 1950, claiming to represent the whole of China in the international community. However, in the perception of the US, the government is only acting as an agent to assist in the defense of Taiwan. On November 30, 1950, the United Nations Security Council made a 9:1 judgment at its 530th meeting, rejecting China's accusation that the US had invaded Taiwan, a Chinese territory. The San Francisco Peace Treaty was signed on September 8, 1951, which entered into force on April 28, 1952, and the US was officially authorized as the principal occupying power of Taiwan. On December 3, 1954, ROC and the US signed the Sino-American Defense Treaty. CKS/KMT/ROC government only served as the role responsible for the defense of Taiwan. The treaty was replaced by the Taiwan Relations Act on January 1, 1979, and officially entered on January 1, 1980, to history.
Taiwan's status is determined by itself
Article 15(2) of the Taiwan Relations Act clearly interprets the role and status of the government of the ROC: 『the term "Taiwan" includes, as the context may require, the islands of Taiwan and the Pescadores, the people on those islands, corporations and other entities and associations created or organized under the laws applied on those islands, and the governing authorities on Taiwan recognized by the United States as the Republic of China prior to January 1, 1979, and any successor governing authorities (including political subdivisions, agencies, and instrumentalities thereof).』 In the perception of the US government, the so-called government of the ROC is actually the governing authority on Taiwan, not a sovereign and independent country. On October 25, 2004, former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powel said: There is only one China. Taiwan is not independent. It does not enjoy sovereignty as a nation, and that remains our policy, our firm policy. August 30, 2007, Dennis Wilder, National Security Council (NSC) Senior Director for Asian Affairs said: Taiwan, or the Republic of China, is not at this point a state in the international community. The position of the United States government is that the ROC -- Republic of China -- is an issue undecided, and it has been left undecided, as you know, for many, many years. On April 7, 2009, Opinion statement of US Circuit Judge Brown: America and China’s tumultuous relationship over the past sixty years has trapped the inhabitants of Taiwan in political purgatory. During this time the people on Taiwan have lived without any uniformly recognized government. November 12, 2020, Former US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo said: Taiwan was never part of China. November 16, 2021, President Joseph Biden: “Its independence, it makes its own decisions. Nothing happens, we’re not going to change our policy at all. […] They have to decide, they Taiwan, not us. And we are not encouraging independence. We’re encouraging that they do exactly what the Taiwan Act requires.”
Not independence, but establish a nation
On May 5, 2022, the U.S. Department of State deleted the original words "recognizing China's position, there is only one China, and Taiwan is a part of China" and "the United States does not support Taiwan independence" from the fact sheet of U.S.-Taiwan relations. The revised version of the fact sheet on May 28, 2022, reads: “We oppose unilateral change of the status quo by any party, and we do not support Taiwan independence; we expect cross-strait differences to be resolved peacefully. We always have a lasting commitment to peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. Interests.” Taiwanese society is very concerned about declaring "the US does not support Taiwan independence", but it is not necessary. Because the Taiwanese themselves have not made it clear who they are asking for independence from, China, the PRC, the ROC, Japan, or the US? Taiwan is not affiliated with China, why should it demand independence from it? Of course not, nor necessary. What Taiwan lacks is the establishment of its own country, which is different from independence. What Taiwan needs is the establishment of a country, not independence.
Don't wait to die but stand up to fight
In the conflicted international community, we have seen the tyranny of hegemony. Although Ukraine was once ruled by the Soviet Union, this time, to resist the Russian invasion, it is commendable that everyone can unite to resist the enemy. In a world of ups and downs, how did the Ukrainian people gather their will to fight hegemony through the baptism of the Orange Revolution? In the face of China's repeated digging of soft soil and bullying by war planes and ships, Taiwan must have the determination to defend its homeland to the death to ensure that Taiwan will not be annexed. From the prayers of displaced Ukrainian refugees, we hear their sincere confessions: Weeping and cowardice cannot be exchanged for freedom and security. Only fighting, participating in the battle can earn you respect and dignity. Go forward bravely to protect Taiwan, and never give in to the evil neighbor.