Please view the Taiwan issue in a correct way

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Many people around us have made a mistake, that is, regarding the Taiwan issue, they confuse ideals with reality, which leads to wrong perceptions, which leads to being slapped in the face again and again.

I think that when we look at the problem, it should be divided into two levels, what is and what should be.

In fact, it refers to what things actually look like. Rather, it refers to how things should be.

Take Taiwan as an example. Taiwan belongs to the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan is a province of the People’s Republic of China, and Tsai Ing-wen is the governor of Taiwan Province. These are all levels of necessity. That is, everyone thinks that Taiwan should be like this. The above all belong to the vision of the mainland people.

So what does Taiwan actually look like? Anyone who knows modern history must know that Taiwan is a remnant of the Republic of China. In 1912, the Republic of China was established. In 1945, Japan was defeated and the Republic of China took over Taiwan. In 1949, the Republic of China lost the mainland and retreated to Taiwan. In fact, the relationship between Taiwan and the People’s Republic of China is not as natural as everyone thinks.

Let’s talk about the Republic of China. In 1972, the Republic of China lost its seat in the United Nations and was replaced by the People’s Republic of China. In 1979, the United States severed diplomatic relations with the Republic of China. Then a large number of countries severed diplomatic relations with the Republic of China. Today’s Republic of China is no longer a normal country in the strict sense. Barely can be said to be limited liability state. That’s why I said that Taiwan is the remnant of the Republic of China.

Although Taiwan is only a remnant force, it is small and complete. There’s a president, there’s an executive, there’s an army, and there’s a currency. Therefore, from a practical point of view, Taiwan is not a province of the People’s Republic of China. I know it’s hard for a lot of people to accept, but it’s true, isn’t it?

Taiwan must be pro-American. As mentioned above, the Republic of China has lost the mainland area, so it will not have a favorable impression of the subsequent People’s Republic of China. But over time, the People’s Republic of China has grown stronger and stronger, and Taiwan’s own power simply cannot compete with it. Therefore, Taiwan is bound to be pro-American. Therefore, in 2020, the pro-American Tsai Ing-wen won the election. This year, South Korea’s pro-US faction Yoon Seok-yue won, following the same logic.

The above is Taiwan at the real level. The reason why I say this is to tell you that Taiwan is not what we think it is. There is a saying in the art of war: Know yourself and your enemy, and you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles. If we don’t even know the real situation of the other party, it will suffer a big loss.

Last but not least, things are divided into two angles. It is and should be. The way things are and what they think they should be are completely different. We should not confuse it, ideals and reality are not divided, and even the vision in our hearts affects the judgment in reality. This is all unscientific.

War is not child’s play, not the product of emotion. Think twice!

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