from a pro-Bian blog talking about this:
[quote]Fellow townfolks, I am really proud of the Kaohsiung townfolks. After finishing my buxiban and getting home at 10 pm yesterday, I turned on the TV and found the red-cloth thiefs crashing the Chughwa intersection, I was like “Fuck!” so I rode straight over there to join the Kaohsiung Volunteer Army.
Got there about 10:30 pm, there were already more than 1000 Kaohsiung townfolks gathered, and more continued to come, they were all grassroots uncles and aunts, also many youthful students, and some young women who came over to fight.
Many people were pissed at the media covering the red-cloth theives, and had no place to act out their anger, so everybody took it out right there, and yelled “Republic of Taiwan go go! Abian go go!”
The red-cloth thieves were hiding behind layers of police protection and barricades, and they got fewer and fewer, until there were 20 some of their people left. The police advised them to leave on a bus so as not to be surrounded. They even said no!
At about 11pm, there were more and more of us Kaohsiung townsfolks, and we used megaphone and horns to make noise at the red-cloth thieves. One of the townfolks took a megaphone and said: “You are already surrounded, surrender now!”
The red-cloth thieves dared to make “depose Abian” hand signals to the thousands of Kaohsiung townfolks, so everybody couldn’t hold it any longer and rushed the police lines. While climbing the barricades, I ripped my pants, but to hell with it, I waited long enough, I gotta get revenge for Taiwanese, and followed the troops and killed my way into the depose-Abian gathering-place.
There was no way the police could help the 20 or so red-cloth thieves. After Kaohsiung townfolks broke through the first barricades, the ones inside and outside joined hands to break everybody through, while waves of “charge” were yelled. The momentum was shocking and nobody could control the situation any further.
Those inside ripped down the depose-Bian poster-boards with joyous approval from thousands of townfolks. One townfolk was taken away by police and another was led away by his father. After we broke through the last barricades, we grabbed chairs and threw them at the red-cloth thieves. They didn’t look well, many were scared shitless, because pro-Bian forces were too many for them, and police couldn’t help them. In the end the police took the red-cloth thieves away forcibly. Then we took over the stage and the whole place was all pro-Bian.
After the red-cloth thieves were dispatched, the Kaohsiung townfolks began to celebrate, as if the Republic of Taiwan had been established! Fellow townfolks, don’t give in to the red-cloth thieves, the bastards are hiding behind the media. We Kaohsiungers fired the first shot, we hope the whole country rise up with us and seize Taipei.
PS. While we were there, townfolk street vendors came by with “democracy ice-cream,” “democracy sausages,” and “democracy fried squid” to supply us.