Taiwan's "beef" with America

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Re: Taiwan's "beef" with America

Postby printlessfoot » 15 Jun 2012, 22:19

Dog's_Breakfast wrote: The DPP seems to specialize in histrionics over China, the KMT's stolen assets, and anything associated with the name "Ma."

In the beginning of The Fugitive, Jones also thoght Ford seeming to specialize in histronics. How about Nazi-hunters?
Set yourself free from the worthless manner of life handed down by your ancestors.

I don't care when or from where one's ancestor arrived in Taiwan. If you were born in Taiwan or Penghu (that is Formosa or Pescadores) and are willing to pledge allegiance to the sovereignty of Taiwan, then you are a Stockholder of Taiwan Sovereignty. If you have a family or job here and are willing to pledge allegiance to the sovereignty of Taiwan, then you are a Stakeholder of Taiwan Sovereignty.
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