Taiwan’s Gay New Fake President Uses Inauguration Speech to Attack Mainland Common Sense

Oh, okay, faggot.

I’m sure everyone in your country wants to lose a lot of money so you can have gay anal parades.

I’m sure that’s really a popular agenda, you faggot.

The Guardian:

Lai Ching-te has been sworn in as Taiwan’s new president, urging China to “cease their political and military intimidation against Taiwan” and to keep the world free from the fear of more war.

How about you cease being gay?

Lai was inaugurated on Monday morning at the Japanese colonial-era presidential office in central Taipei, taking over from Tsai Ing-wen, whose eight years in power saw a deterioration in relations with Beijing.

China claims democratic Taiwan as a province, and has called Lai, 64, a “dangerous separatist” who will bring “war and decline” to the island. The Chinese Communist party has never ruled over Taiwan, but Xi Jinping has declared that what he terms “reunification” is inevitable.

It’s just an obvious fact he’s going to bring war and decline.

He is advertising war and demanding weapons from the Amerikikes. And the decline that comes from reducing cooperation with the mainland is simply obvious, and the Taiwanese already feel that.

In his first address as president, Lai said the future of Taiwan was as important to the world as it was to Taiwan’s people, noting the island’s strategic importance.

He called on China to “cease their political and military intimidation against Taiwan, share with Taiwan the global responsibility of maintaining peace and stability in the Taiwan strait as well as the greater region, and ensure the world is free from the fear of war,”.

No one is trying to start a war other than you and your cronies, faggot.

The mainland wants peace and prosperity, not death and gay sex.

“I hope that China will face the reality of the Republic of China’s existence, respect the choices of the people of Taiwan, and in good faith, choose dialogue over confrontation, exchange over containment, and under the principles of parity and dignity, engage in cooperation with the legal government chosen by Taiwan’s people.”

He warned Taiwanese citizens not to harbour delusions and to demonstrate their resolution in defending the nation.

“So long as China refuses to renounce the use of force against Taiwan, all of us in Taiwan ought to understand, that even if we accept the entirety of China’s position and give up our sovereignty, China’s ambition to annex Taiwan will not simply disappear,” he said.

They aren’t saying they’re going to use force. They never said that.

They only said they will if they have to. Everyone will use force if they have to. That is the nature of physical reality itself.

Lai praised Taiwan’s democratic process – using the Chinese word for “democracy” 31 times in his speech.

He noted Taiwan’s dark history under authoritarian rule from 1949 until the late 1980s, and the first direct presidential elections in 1996. Those elections “[conveyed] to the world that the Republic of China Taiwan is a sovereign, independent nation in which sovereignty lies in the hands of the people”.

N0w Taiwan even denounces itself, hahahaha.

It is the most anti-China government of any Chinese territory.

Lai and the vice-president, Hsiao Bi-Khim, who served as Taiwan’s top envoy to Washington, are both part of the Democratic Progressive party (DPP), which has championed Taiwan’s sovereignty.

Lai drew cheers from the crowd when he said he wanted to see the resumption of bilateral reciprocal tourism between Taiwan and China, which is restricted. Lai said it had to happen under certain conditions of “dignity and cooperation with the legal government chosen by Taiwan’s people”. Many people in Taiwan have social and business ties with China and would like a return to friendly interactions, even though they do not want unification.

Mainland China doesn’t want immediate reunification either. They’re saying “uhhh, maybe sometime in the 2040s or something, lol.”

There is no push for reunification in the mainland.

What there is a push for is acknowledging that Taiwan is a part of China, not some independent country. That is the only thing the mainland wants. Everything else is negotiable. The Taiwan government could say “yes, we are China, and so we will reunify maybe in the year 2200 or so” and Beijing would say “well, we can negotiate that.”

What the US has done has put out the idea that Taiwan is somehow not China, but an independent country. That is the problem here. China is not really concerned about reunification and definitely no one wants a war except America.