[quote=“Mucha Man”][quote=“hsinhai78”]In North America the native population struggled for centuries.
In Taiwan one generation of colonialists pretends to be the native population and feels bothered by another generation of colonialists.
All while nobody really cares about or respects the true natives.
Take “land grabbing” for an example: hysterical students through shoes, Hoklo people chant in their annoying prole vernacular because some Taipei businessmen want to rezone farmland. Is any second spent on the fact that Hoklo people did not own the land in the first place? It’s nothing but a form of inherited fencing.[/quote]
Nice. Racist and ill-informed at the same time. Much of the land along the west was acquired legally. [/quote]
While slavery was legal in much of the world until the 19th Century, ownership in slaves was legally transferred. Entire village populations were sold for peanuts and to make ownership visible slaves would be branded like cattle. In North America, British settlers “bought” native land for a few pearls and conches or alcohol.
And you seriously defend this appearance of legality? Because that is all it is.