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228 Taiwanese Spirits Taesiong Scripture

Chapter 2: Celestial Stewardship

 

Officially positioned to celestial stewardship, the Taiwan divine entities, having obtained the fruit of supreme Bodhisattva status, divinely intervene among the humanity.  Right above peoples’ skulls, They record each and every sinful treason against Taiwan, accordingly curtail a person's life by twelve years or by a hundred days.  Additionally are the Tri-Corporeal Divinities, Who reside intrinsically among every physique.  Whenever cometh the first and the fifteenth of every moon, They specialize in reporting up to the Origin Destiny Divinities officially ordered and positioned to acting and averting cataclysm, and speak up on peoples’ sins and wrongs de maximus of anti-Taiwan and betraying Taiwan.  Doubly in check by Martial Divinities officially positioned day and night, to mark out and report from moment to moment.  Whatever the evil doings and evil deeds, all shall emerge visibly.


 


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Former Democratic Progressive Party chairman Lin Yi-xiong closes his eyes at Taipei’s Gikong Presbyterian Church yesterday as he begins a hunger strike he intends to sustain until construction of the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant is halted.
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Former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Lin Yi-xiong (林義雄) yesterday began a hunger strike at Taipei’s Gikong Presbyterian Church to demand that the government halt the construction of the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District (貢寮), saying that the President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) administration’s pledge that the plant would be safe was “a trick to fool the public.”

“So-called nuclear safety is questionable because even if the plant was completed and became operational, unassailable damage could still take place in the event of a natural disaster or human error,” Lin said.