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War over Taiwan would bring about a “global catastrophe” that China would find it hard to bear, the presidential candidate for Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), William Lai, said on Saturday.
China, which views Taiwan as its own territory, staged war games around the island this month, expressing its anger at a meeting in Los Angeles between Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
China said it had tested precision strikes and a blockade of Taiwan, whose government denounced the drills and rejects Beijing’s territorial claims.
Speaking at a campaign event in southern Taiwan’s Tainan, Lai, currently Taiwan’s vice president, said war would have no winners, something he hoped China properly understood.
Lai said, according to comments provided by the DPP:
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China should clearly realize that once the war is launched on Taiwan, Taiwan will admittedly be directly harmed but it will also cause a global catastrophe China will find it hard to bear.
Lai formally became the party’s presidential candidate this week. After two terms in office, Tsai is constitutionally barred from running again in next January’s election.
Taiwan’s main opposition party, the Kuomintang, or KMT, traditionally favors close ties with China and has repeatedly criticized the DPP for being hostile and antagonistic to Beijing.
The KMT has yet to decide its presidential candidate.
Lai said as China had not renounced the use of force over Taiwan, the island must make ready its defenses, but noted nobody wants to “take the initiative to attack China”.
He said he would not abandon any chance at peace, reiterating Tsai’s call for dialogue with China based on equality and respect.
China has rebuffed Tsai’s calls for talks, believing her to be a separatist. Both she and Lai say that only Taiwan’s people can decide the island’s future.
Lai angered China in 2018 while he was premier, telling parliament he was a “Taiwan independence worker” and that his position was that Taiwan was a sovereign, independent country – a red line for Beijing.
I am not happy that some conservative commentators apparently think that it’s okay for Red China to invade Taiwan, citing the idea that it has aways been part of mainland China. That’s for the people of Taiwan to decide. And especially in this day and age of nuclear weaponry, and with the possibility of such an event to escalate in its effects, such talk is unwarranted. We really need to wake up to the fact that the Time for such as wars is at an end. We may be ‘housed’ in different races and religions and nationalities and political persuasions; but underneath such educational tools – aspects of the curriculum – We Are All One. With Plan in and Purpose to Life beyond just in and for itself only.
As indicated by a phenomenon that has become overwhelmingly verified in our time, through such as studies and books and articles and videos: that of reincarnation. With us facets, fractals, aspects, points of view, expressions and experiences of our Creative Source now facing a Graduation time, from the spiritual equivalent of elementary school. Time, then, to ‘grow up,’ and leave our lower-consciousness stage of spiritual development behind. Or face the terrible consequences, of failing to honor our deepest identities, as ‘chips off the old block,’ as it were. So: A Grand Awakening at hand. May as many of us ‘chips’ as possible rise to this awesome occasion. And not have to keep coming back into 3D life again and again, as in a washing machine. Been there. Done that. With so much more to come. To return
Home, again. Enriched by the experience. Along with our Source.