On Nov. 7, 2015, the president Ma met the China’s leader Xi, and emphasized the One China policy.
Not to mention, one China means eventual disappearance of the human rights and liberty from Taiwan.
Ppl would have to expect police braking into your house without search warrants, arresting and torturing ppl without any reason, all the information to be controlled by the central government including public school educations, no rights to travel outside the country freely, I guess there is no need to list what would go through (eventually) once the One China had realized.
The coming election will be an easy win for the opposite party Tsai Ing-wen, but what I worry about is the afterwards of her first term.
Taiwan’s economy is heavily connected and correlated with the Chinese economy, and so I think Taiwan’s economy is beyond the control of any political power in Taiwan, without regard to which party governs it.
In addition to the slowed economic growth, which directly affects Taiwan, I heard many capital, employment and ppl outflowed to China, which is one source of frustration for many Taiwanese, while there is an increase in incoming Chinese permanent residents in Taiwan with the voting right.
Since it is quite reasonable to expect that without a soaring in the China’s growth, the Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文)'s administration will get less and less supports from ppl as the time goes by, because in this semi-permanent down drafting of Chinese economy, not much economical improvements can be expected from the Tsai Ing-wen’s administration.
As a result, after the 4 years of Tsai Ing-wen’s term, the true crisis could be present in terms of One China policy.
Here is my questions to you guys. I also welcome your general views in this regards too!
(Please no pro China ad here. I know no one here supports oppressive government.)
Why has Taiwanese ppl allowed to realize the meeting in the first place?
To my knowledge, many young Taiwanese ppl do know once they loose their liberty it cannot be reacquired even paying it for his/her own blood, but I heard only a small number of ppl demonstrated against this meeting this time.
It sometimes seems that for Taiwanese ppl, the economic growth and the ideology as a county is sth to weight against each other, which of course should not as an independent country. Also, I saw some ppl above 40 ish yo lacking the idea of freedom completely resulting to support Ma without much thoughts in this regards.
What is your opinion about the ideology thing of Taiwanese?
What kind of ideology do ppl or social group around you have?
If One China could be realized, would you leave Taiwan?