Chinese President Xi Jinping: Taiwan Rejoin China with the “One Country, Two Systems”

Not only that, but the US media Washington Post columnist Luo Jin also pointed out that in Taiwan, China is exerting pressure on Taiwan unscrupulously. Luo Jin quoted Chen Mingtong, chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council, as saying that if China succeeds in bringing the Kuomintang back to power, the 2020 election It may be the last meaningful election in Taiwan, and it is also the turning point for Taiwan to never exercise sovereignty. “2020 will be the beginning of reunification.”

Josh Rogin said that within Taiwan, China dominates all issues. The adverse effects of Beijing are everywhere, but the United States is largely absent. Washington should be aware of China’s massive infiltration, destruction and ultimately the abolition of Taiwan’s democracy.

According to the Central News Agency, Luo Jin pointed out that President Tsai Ing-wen called on Washington to help fight Beijing’s attempt to control Taiwan’s comprehensive actions, because China is gradually eroding the status quo of reluctance to maintain peace in the past 40 years. The “Taiwan Relations Act” clearly states that “any attempt to determine Taiwan’s future by non-peaceful means, including the use of economic boycotts and embargoes, will be seen as a threat to peace and stability in the Western Pacific, and to the United States. Serious concern.”

Luo Jin questioned that these words appeared hollow in 2019. Because Chinese President Xi Jinping’s talks to Taiwan in January publicly stated that letting Taiwan rejoin China with the “one country, two systems” model is to break the status quo.

Luo Jin quoted Chen Mingtong, the chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council, as saying that if China succeeds in bringing the Kuomintang back to power, the 2020 election may be the last meaningful election in Taiwan, and it is also the turning point for Taiwan to never exercise sovereignty. “2020 will be the beginning of unity.”

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Taiwan’s threats against China continue to rise. In addition to the recent Kaohsiung Mayor’s visit to the United Nations Office, the Taiwan Affairs Office, and the top leaders of Xiamen, the Kaohsiung Mayor’s Hong Kong media and pro-democracy s concern.

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