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Peng Ming-min's New Book, Does Taiwan Need to Escape from Ma?

Peng Ming-min is a man who has not only talked the talk, but more importantly walked the walk for Taiwan. A life long advocate of Taiwan's right for self-determination, he recently came out with a new book, "A Perfect Escape." The book recounts how in early 1970 Peng, still under house arrest for publishing the "Declaration of Formosan Self-Salvation" (1964), managed to escape from the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) autocratic state control. This was at the height of the KMT's White Terror period and provides much more detail than there was in the brief mention of the escape in Peng's "A Taste of Freedom."

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Whither Sovereignty Resideth: ROC (China) or ROT (Taiwan)?

Hope Democracy

KMT equals to ROC.
A-Jeou operates with a breeze.
KMT and Red
China,
Share the ROC –
The ROC Joker.

ROC was extinct at 1971.
A-Shek got kicked out of the UN.
At 1948, A-Shek was already out-and-out with,
ROC had been exterminated by Red China Communist.

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Ma Ying-jeou's Mentor Remains Depressed Over What He Sees in Taiwan

One has to wonder, how many times must Ma Ying-jeou's mentor and former law professor have to criticize Ma's government before they get the picture. Twice he has spoken out on the corruption and the violations on human rights as well as the injustices prevalent in Taiwan. Yet in the short span of six months Jerome Cohen has felt compelled to speak out once more. This time he criticizes the silence of the legal personnel in standing up to the government's abuses. His article "Silence of the Lambs" appeared in the South China Morning Post on June 11, 2009. It follows:

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The Martyred Spirits of Democracy Preside Over Taiwan 228 Holy Mountain

The Martyred Spirits of Democracy Preside Over Taiwan 228 Holy Mountain

2009, June 4th, rain and gusts awash in abundance…
The Chinese people crave democracy.
1912, the Manchurian Ching Dynasty expired.

Sun Yet-San established the Nationalist government.
Yet, the Chinese folks, some died, others fled;
All the same, unable to escape the fate of “despotism and dictatorship.”

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The Martyred Spirits of Democracy Preside Over Taiwan 228 Holy Mountain

The Martyred Spirits of Democracy Preside Over Taiwan 228 Holy Mountain

2009, June 4th, rain and gusts awash in abundance…
The Chinese people crave democracy.
1912, the Manchurian Ching Dynasty expired.

Sun Yet-San established the Nationalist government.
Yet, the Chinese folks, some died, others fled;
All the same, unable to escape the fate of “despotism and dictatorship.”

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Authoritarian Capitalists – Demons Everywhere

Authoritarian Capitalists – Demons Everywhere

So long as no discussions of democracy, human rights, liberty,
Major American multinationals,
Will own total business advantages in
China.

Hence,
Eye-popping joint-ventures were signed.
Chinese Communist’s leadership style of autocrats-cum-enterprise solidified.
Accomplice of anti-liberty, democracy, human rights they become.

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Navy officers look on yesterday as President Tsai Ing-wen waves from the hatch of a submarine at Zuoying Military Harbor in Kaohsiung.
Photo: Chang Chung-i, Taipei Times

The nation is hoping to build its first homegrown submarines within eight years and commission them into service within a decade, the shipbuilder tasked with carrying out the program said yesterday.