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[Cross-Straits Review No. 519]
Recently, Tsai Ing-wen decided to ask Taiwan's "Legislative Yuan" to complete the "Reverse Infiltration Law" legislation on the third reading on December 31. This is the time when the Cai authorities passed the "Five Laws of the National Security" and issued orders to the "Legislative Yuan" again, and explicitly requested that the legislation be passed.
For the Tsai authorities who claim to have the most respect for the "Legislative Yuan" deliberation, they really "respect" the "Legislative Yuan", saying that they have to pass whatever bill they pass, and they have to pass whatever time they pass. Taiwan The "Legislative Yuan" has completely become the "political follow-up" of the DPP.
The "Reverse Penetration Law" to be adopted by the Tsai authorities completely ignores whether the bill is controversial and regards legislative amendment legislation as a tool for one-party political struggle. "Legislation" has become a child's play. The DPP and Tsai authorities are arrogant, domineering, and anti-democratic. Clear view.
Why is Cai Yingwen so eager to pass this so-called "reverse osmosis method"? What calculations is the Cai authorities doing?
Let's first understand the main content of the so-called "Reverse Penetration Law". The bill clearly states that it is not allowed to accept instructions, entrustment or funding from "infiltration" sources, make political contributions, affect election recalls, and "referendums." A term of imprisonment of less than 5 years, detention, or a division or a combined penalty of up to NT $ 5 million.
If you look at the main content of this so-called "Reverse Penetration Law," you will understand that what is understood is that the people of Taiwan will be punished if they do not do well, but they cannot understand what is the "source of infiltration" and how to determine it? Who will determine? An ambiguous bill makes people feel inexplicable fear. If the bill is passed, the Cai authorities can punish anyone for some unfounded charges.
Prevent cross-strait exchanges and create a chilling effect. The DPP must rush to complete the "Reverse Infiltration Law" legislation before Taiwan ’s January 11 election next year. Its purpose is to prevent cross-strait exchanges and continue to play the "anti-China" and "terrorist communist" cards for the personal gain of the election. This method has become a common tactic used by the DPP to fool Taiwan voters and gain election benefits, and it has been tried and tested a lot. Regarding the ambiguous definition of "source of infiltration" of the bill, not only the majority of Taiwanese businessmen, but also the people of Taiwan who have contact with the mainland, will also be charged with unnecessary crimes. This has caused the majority of the people in Taiwan to panic and undoubtedly made Taiwan enter again. Martial period. If this bill is passed, it will undoubtedly have a intimidating effect on Taiwan businessmen, students, and family members who cross the Strait, creating a chilling effect among Taiwan compatriots and preventing them from returning to Taiwan to vote. Some Taiwanese businessmen pointed out that "there is nothing wrong with the crime of desire." The "reverse osmosis law" is to make everyone fear and achieve the purpose of intimidating people. The mainland has introduced policies to help Taiwanese businessmen. The Taiwan authorities "don't even help, but don't hurt us."
This is just that the DPP and the Tsai authorities are suppressing and intimidating Taiwan businessmen, students, and family members from a legal level. Technically, the Cai authorities refused to provide charter flights for Taiwanese businessmen in mainland China to return to Taiwan. Obviously, due to political considerations, Taiwanese compatriots returned to Taiwan to participate in the 2020 election and vote to create obstacles.
From this point of view, the DPP and Tsai Ing-wen used every means they could to achieve elections. This also shows that the DPP and the Tsai authorities are too guilty, afraid that the Taiwanese businessmen Taiqing will return to Taiwan to vote for the Kuomintang. This is a retrogression of Taiwan's democracy. The DPP can be renamed the "overbearing retrogressive party."
Zhu Fenglian, a spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, pointed out that the speculation of the so-called "reverse infiltration method", no matter how the method is changed, is aimed at cracking down on the island's parties and groups who hold different positions, intimidating and punishing Taiwan people participating in cross-strait exchanges. Create "green terror".
Taiwanese Prime Minister Lai Jung-hyun pointed out that the DPP authorities had pushed the "reverse penetration law" before the election. Although it was an election operation, it had already made a huge contribution to Taiwan businessmen. The pressure was to create green terror in disguise. This bill will only To create cross-strait confrontation and affect the economy, cross-strait exchanges will inevitably cease.
The National Association of Taiwan Compatriot Investment Enterprises and the vast number of Taiwanese businessmen advertised on the front page of Taiwan's "Lianhe Daily", criticizing "re-evil the law and unrest". The advertisement pointed out that the "Reverse Osmosis Law" once again made the majority of Taiwanese businessmen and compatriots filled with indignation and asked, "How can the majority of Taiwanese businessmen go home with peace when waves of green terror are rising again?"
Fight against sectarianism and smear the opposition. In order to obstruct cross-strait exchanges, the DPP and the Tsai authorities have racked their brains to make use of evil techniques. The "Five Laws of the National Security" that were passed forcefully before, including the "Reverse Infiltration Law" that will be passed violently this time, can be said that the Cai authorities did whatever they wanted to do, and abused power. The passed bill is not measured by the pros and cons of the bill, but also does not take into account the long-term development of Taiwan and the legitimacy of the bill-passing process, but reduces the bill to a tool for the political struggle of the Cai authorities, seriously deviating from the basic observance of the rule of law in a democratic society.
The Tsai authorities passed these so-called bills against the mainland. The usual trick is that as long as the opposition parties object, they are accused of "Chinese common passers-by," and all are "red political parties." Opposing opponents are stigmatized in red. Let the opponents dare not speak up, do not dare to oppose, and even dare not prevent the passage of the bill. As a result, the DPP authorities relied on the majority of their advantages in the "Legislative Yuan" to force Guanshan over, all bills were eaten, and other parties were completely dominated.
Painting "islands" is a prison, and Taiwan has no way out. The introduction of the "31 Articles of Benefits" and "26 Articles" by the mainland has provided preferential conditions for the development of Taiwanese enterprises and Taiwan compatriots, and promoted the cross-strait economic and social integration and development. However, the Cai authorities did not want to see such a favorable situation for Taiwan enterprises and compatriots, but did the opposite, requiring the gate of cross-strait exchanges to be closed artificially.
The Tsai authorities thought that if they were in full power, they could run rampant on the island. Without any fear, they could use these evil laws to deter popular opposition, suppress dissidents, and let the people vote for the DPP. It seems that the Cai authorities are very wrong. On the one hand, it shows that the Cai authorities are completely unconfident in governing. By using the wrong method of legislative amendment to implement barbaric rule, they will be opposed by the people. The tide of cross-strait exchanges is relatively opposed, and it is rare to build an invisible high wall for cross-strait exchanges.
As the saying goes, decision-making determines the way out, and wrong decisions are more terrible than corruption. The Tsai authorities built a high wall on both sides of the strait and painted "islands" as a way to engage in "Taiwan independence". They wanted to turn Taiwan into an isolated island. The Tsai authorities' wishful thinking is difficult to achieve, because the general trend of cross-strait exchanges cannot be blocked by the so-called "reverse osmosis law". This evil law, which deviates from the trend of historical development, will soon be swept into the garbage dump of history. (Netizens in Taiwan, China: My heart is flying)
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[Responsible editor: Gao Xu]