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228 Taiwanese Spirits Taesiong Scripture

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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Newsflash


A demonstrator gestures in front of a poster of Want Want-China Times Group chairman Tsai Eng-meng during a student protest in front of CtiTV headquarters in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chang Chia-ming, Taipei Times

About 700 people yesterday protested in front of the CtiTV (中天電視) building in Taipei, calling on Want Want-China Times Group (旺旺中時集團) chairman Tsai Eng-meng (蔡衍明) to apologize for leading what they called an “unprofessional media group” and to return to his old business of selling rice crackers.

The protesters were mainly members of the Anti-Media Monster Youth Alliance, which is composed of 30 student clubs from several universities. Teachers, journalists and regular working people also showed up, adding to the mix of placards and posters.