Dear Mrs. Madeleine Korbel Albright,
Mr. Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi,
"The Chinese communists are still trying to swallow Taiwan."
air force commander Chen Chao-min said at a ceremony in northern
Hsinchu marking the delivery of the last of 60 Mirage 2000-5
fighters ordered from France.
In a bluntly worded speech considering with an historic Sino-Japanese
summit in Tokyo where Taiwan's status is a key point of friction,
Chen heaped scorn on Beijing's heavy-handed drive or woo - or
force Taiwan under its rule.
"After continuous spoken and military threats, they have
tried repeatedly to use united-fronted gimmicks such as peaceful
unification and "one country, two systems." Chen said.
Though China maintains a standing threat to retake Taiwan by
force, Beijing has waged a peaceful offensive since the 1980s.,
offering Taiwan broad autonomy if it bows to mainland sovereignty
under the "one country, two systems" model.
Taiwan, however, insists an end to its half-century
of estrangement is possible only if China's communists abandon
their constitutional monopoly on power and embrace a mutually
acceptable multiparty democracy.
"The primary task of our air force is to establish a powerful
defense to thwart the Chinese communists military attack."
Chen said China's army was pouring advanced weapons, beefing
up, strategic deployments in coastal regions and mounting many
joint-forces drills. "All of this proves that
the Chinese communists are playing a dual peace-war strategy
that constitutes a serious threat to our national security."
Beijing's threats to invade are a central point of friction
in China's relations with the United States and Japan, whose
military alliance extends tacit defense to Taipei.
In our views: Beijing-Moscow's relation is up to hot point.
Communist countries would connect with each other again; they
accepted any kinds of profit from democratic countries and gaining
multiple advantage linked to negotiation.
As a small island---Taiwan, the way of survival, is not "democracy"
or "good economy". We need "weapon's power".
Beijing is too strong-arm to talk with peace.
Thank you very much for supporting. We need your concern.