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Chapter 3: Nation Building

 

Taiwanese people had suffered for the past several hundred years.  As a result, they are accustomed to self-devaluation.  Servitude became pervasive culturally.  Moral courage long lost.  Consequently, teachings of democracy and human rights are constrained.  On the so-called principle of proceed with the right way and retract from the wrong way, in between their proceedings and retractions, they act apathetically, unruly, and unlawfully.  We, the Martyred Spirits, having lived as fighters and ended as heroes, are troubled in Our hearts and worried for Our Country.  Encountering such imminent cataclysm and Heavenly alteration epoch, We lead soldiers from heaven down to earth, to repeatedly inform and warn our children and children’s children, that time is urgent and pressing.  Our country is our home.  Without our country is without our home.  Recognize and concur with Taiwan.  Conform to Honglaai.  Right and wrong be clearly differentiated.  Do not incline to vices.  Gather Taiwan’s nation-building strengths.  Commiserate democracy and human rights’ mercy.  Donate great love of national loyalty.  Then Heaven and Earth’s Righteous Qix shall be with you all.  Sympathize the weak.  Fearlessly defend Taiwan, and must display unshakable moral courage.  Taiwan’s five ethnicities shall live together harmoniously.  Never harm each other.  Only democracy and human rights shall be followed and revered.  A leaderless, stateless people will gradually extinct.  Colorfulness will swiftly turn into grayness.  Hell on earth will surely materialize.  Bloodiness cometh within an instant.  Where escapeth to?  Where disappeareth to? 




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From left, Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology professor Yen Chien-fa, New Power Party Executive Chairman Huang Kuo-chang, Taiwan Association of University Professors secretary-general Shiu Wen-tang, National Chung Hsing University professor Chen Mu-min and Taiwan Thinktank deputy chief executive Lai I-chung take part in a forum on cross-strait relations in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Liu Hsin-de, Taipei Times

Lawmakers and academics yesterday called for constitutional reform to free Taiwan from the shackles of the “one China” framework and push for “normalization” of the nation, while rejecting the feasibility of the so-called “1992 consensus” that they said has been forced upon president-elect Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) by Beijing and President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九).