Exiled Chinese Scholar Warns of Taiwan’s Fate

The Chinese Communist Party seeks to control and further eliminate Taiwan’s democratic system by thoroughly infiltrating Taiwan’s politics, economy, culture, and social activities by 2012,” said Yuan Hongbing, author of Taiwan Disaster, quoting from a key document disclosed in his book.

As part of his North American tour, the Chinese writer and former law professor addressed more than 200 people from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China on Feb. 6 at the University of Toronto.

Yuan, a democracy activist currently living in exile in Australia, said the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been making the Taiwan issue look like nothing more than a conflict between re-unification and independence, but that that’s not the actual nature of the Cross-Strait relations.

He argues that what is now taking place between Taiwan and the mainland is a war between freedom and tyranny; democracy and totalitarianism. Yuan says that as a totalitarian regime, the CCP could not possibly justify unifying with Taiwan in the first place.

Yuan obtained a document titled “Political Strategy to Resolve the Taiwan Issue” dated June 2008 which was presented at a meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the CCP. The document outlines a four-year plan for the CCP to eliminate Taiwan’s democratic system through a process of infiltrating its politics, economy, culture, and social activities. “It will use a United Front as the main approach and enforce it with military struggles,” according to the document.

Yuan considers the CCP a tyrannous regime, and a traitor to China’s history. He says the CCP is primarily occupied with maintaining its own rule, and has never cared about China’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, or the fate of Chinese culture.

“When the Soviet Union took Outer Mongolia from China, the CCP’s Central Committee sent a congratulatory telegram.”

“Why did the CCP congratulate Mongolia which is so much bigger than Taiwan? Because it wanted to get the Soviet Union’s help in taking over Taiwan.”

Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao in turn signed border treaties with Russia, permanently relinquishing China’s rights to Chinese territories which are hundreds of thousands of square kilometers in size.

Yuan argues that the CCP was not concerned with territorial integrity at those times because it was too busy attempting to undermine Taiwan’s democratic system.

Yuan thinks the Chinese regime is preoccupied with Taiwan because Taiwan’s democratic system serves as a role model of what is possible for the 1.3 billion people on the mainland. Taiwan’s successful democracy poses a major threat to the CCP’s political dictatorship, Yuan says.

Source:www.theepochtimes.com (http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/content/view/29405/)


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