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[Cross-strait Express Comment No. 522]
In order to stabilize the friendship of the so-called "states with diplomatic relations", Tsai Ing-wen has really hollowed out his mind, and he has also ingenuity. Taiwan media reported that when Nauru President Lionel Aingimea and his wife visited Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen sacrifice "slayer"-stink tofu. However, the expression of President Nauru's taste was a bit inexplicable, and he even said that he was "a little scared" and bluntly made sacrifices for the country.
In fact, the focus of the matter is not how Tsai Ing-wen digs his mind to please the "state of diplomatic relations", but on this stinky tofu. "Never forget", or "I'm a little scared". Cai Yingwen should be clear and understand. What should never be forgotten is: Stinky tofu is a traditional Chinese food. What is a little scared is: the constant "de-Chineseization" poison hand As well as promoting the maliciousness of the "Reverse Osmosis Law."
As we all know, stinky tofu is a traditional Chinese cuisine. Whether on the mainland or in Taiwan, this cuisine is a household name for Chinese people across the Taiwan Strait, and it is also a "regular visitor" at the table. For Tsai Ing-wen who strongly promotes the "de-Chineseization" and the "reverse osmosis method" In other words, aren't you afraid of the "permeated version" of stinky tofu?
To promote "de-Chineseization", Tsai Ing-wen was unanimously opposed by the majority of the people on the island. They have shouted "Taiwanese and Chinese" to the Tsai Ing-wen authorities in different forms and methods. And vigorously promoting the "reverse infiltration method" is a new trick and new trick created by the Tsai Yingwen authorities to create cross-strait confrontation and cross-strait confrontation. Tsai Ing-wen also justified this by saying that "the mainland has penetrated more and more into every corner of Taiwanese society, and the" reverse penetration law "will give Taiwan a legal basis."
In this regard, the island blasted, and criticized in unison, arguing that the Tsai Ing-wen authorities ’move was to create fear, deceive votes, and deliberately intensify the cross-strait crisis; it was only for the self-interest to take Taiwan to danger. punish.
The Taiwan media has even accused the Tsai authorities of this bad act, pointing directly at the DPP ’s intention to create “red terror” and “green terror” in Taiwan, defrauding votes, seriously hurting cross-strait relations, creating a chilling effect on the island, and attempting to create a chilling effect on the island. The exclusive right to speak in cross-strait relations is contained within the text, and the content of the text hides the "two-state theory", which is of a bad nature with serious consequences.
It can be seen that Tsai Ing-wen's promotion of the "Reverse Osmosis Law" has met with strong opposition and criticism from the people of Taiwan. With this shout of public opinion, does Tsai Ing-wen need to review, reflect, and change? If you act stubbornly, recklessly, and do not know how to repent, maybe the anger of public opinion will make the Tsai Yingwen authorities feel "a little scared."
History has repeatedly told us that no matter how carefully and cleverly disguised, how many beautiful and beautiful lies are shouted, anyone, any political party, any group, take off "the emperor's new clothes", revealing the true face of harm to both sides of the strait and Taiwan. It will definitely be jointly scrutinized by all Chinese, including Taiwan compatriots.
Tsai Ing-wen claims that "the penetration of every corner of Taiwanese society is getting more and more serious", so she wants to use stinky tofu to achieve the goal of solidifying "state friendship". Did she think that stinky tofu is actually a traditional Chinese food? Is Chinese food being served on a table for political purposes, will Cai Yingwen himself be actively "penetrated"? (Netizen in Taiwan, China: Jia Yonghui)
(This article is submitted by netizens and does not represent the views of China Taiwan Net.)
[Responsible editor: Li Jie]