That’s not really an answer. I looked for a bunch of different terms with each of these figures, mostly Ko because his news is more recent, and couldn’t find anything about fedarilism or advocating several different countries on Taiwan. There is nothing in any of the Chinese wikipedia pages of Taiwan’s status, history, or political divisions – and all of these are otherwise very detailed – leading me to believe this advocacy of federalism (confederalism?) is just your personal interpretation.[/quote]
I already PM-ed you the respective links you want for the each of the items You don’t have to interpret them individually as “advocating federalism,” because you will have plenty of chances in the future to look at them that way in retrospect.
You might want to propose to split this thread because not everyone is interested exploring in detail my comments. I brought it up because federalism happens not because somebody orders it from a menu, but because of circumstances, needs, and experimentation. Yes, just like Canada, and just like how Canada never really declared independence. There was an instance where that was an option, but they didn’t have to.[/quote]
What is with you and keeping sources secret? Put your stuff out there. Let us judge if it’s valuable info or not.
I have shown myself more than willing to adjust my views when shown information that suggests I’m wrong. Your mightier than thou BS is extremely off-putting. Debating you usually ends up with you spitting out a bunch of theories that are WELL outside of the mainstream and then when you are asked to back them up, you tend to result to “If you were smart enough, you could find this stuff yourself.” There are several people on this board with opinions that I tend to disagree with (Hansioux, Mucha, Gain, etc.) that are SOOOOOOOO much more convincing because they tend not to insult the intelligence of those they disagree with.