[quote=“ABC-Law”]1. It is not necessary to talk about aborigines. This is about stolen assets in modern times. Let’s not get historic. Give back to the people of Taiwan what you have stolen.
Democracy? What a crock of ____! This KMT led government is no longer a democracy! We are witnessing the downfall of democracy in Taiwan. They may pretend, but do they even care about the voices of ALL citizens or do they just care about the “blue” voices?
I didnt’ say LTH or MYJ. I said the KMT and I didn’t say terrorize (but that may actually be a better word). OPPRESSION was the word I used and it appears that we are headed in that same direction under the current government.
MYJ squeaky clean? Yeah, maybe under the politically biased judicial system.[/quote]
I totally agree with you ABC LAW
My family line was once one of the wealthiest in Taiwan. We were still able to maintain it during the Japanese occupation. However, almost all of our assets were taken when the KMT came over. I said almost all, because they left us with the deeds to a run down village up in the mountains. Now this village has became a large town and the new KMT government is on the verge of acquiring this land without paying a single dime to our 106 families! They wanted us to get all 106 signatures from each head of the family(for us to keep the land and receive compensation and percentage of the tax revenues that is worth millions from the KMT party) without telling us who they were. After generations each family member has migrated all over the world, for example my family head is in the States.
My uncle was 28 years old and had acquired 86 signatures for the land and died of “natural consequences” and his body was ordered to be immediately cremated without an autopsy.
How do you die form natural causes at 28? He was so close to getting all the signatures, the timing was rather convenient don’t you think? ABC, one day we will have our justice (glares at ac-dropout).