Taiwan officials say they have never been so anxious: as long as there is a war, Taiwan will lose the most

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 Taiwan officials say they have never been so anxious: as long as there is a war, Taiwan will lose the most


Related report: after the mainland disclosed the Taiwan spy case, the DPP authorities rushed to work out a joint spy case

According to the Central News Agency, United News Network and other Taiwan media reports, a few days after the mainland disclosed the Taiwan spy case, the DPP authorities launched a small action on the 20th, claiming that three retired generals of the Taiwan Military Intelligence Bureau were suspected of introducing private figures and handing in intelligence to mainland national security personnel. They were interviewed today.

Screenshot of Lianhe news network reported by Taiwan media

From 2016 to 2018, retired colonels surnamed Zhang and Zhou invited retired major general Yue to the mainland for several times, some of them by plane alone, and several times three people went together to meet with mainland national security personnel. Yue was entrusted by Zhou to deliver documents to the mainland national security personnel.

On the 20th, under the command of the Guoan station of the Bureau of investigation, the soldiers searched in three ways and interviewed Yue, Zhang, Wednesday and witnesses to explain the situation. The whole case was investigated in the direction of violating the intelligence work law.

According to the report, prosecutors initially believed that the three retired major general Yue and others were suspected of violating the intelligence work law by divulging or delivering information related to intelligence sources, channels or organizations, as well as the identity, operation or communication security control of relevant intelligence personnel and intelligence assistants.

Many netizens in Taiwan commented on the small actions of the DPP authorities, saying that they were simply beating their own children to show others.

Some people left a message: both sides of the Strait are catching spies, but they are all Taiwanese. Its really bad luck.

Picture from Facebook

Another netizen sarcastically said: perhaps because we cant catch the other side?

With regard to the four Taiwan spy cases exposed by CCTV in recent days, Taiwans Mainland Affairs Committee has repeatedly spread false statements and accused the mainland without any reason. In response to the inquiry on October 16, Zhu Fenglian, a spokesman for the state Taiwan Affairs Office, said that the criminal facts of the Taiwan spy case involved in the thunder-2020 special operation were clear and the evidence was accurate and sufficient. The mainland Committee knows that the so-called frame up the people of Taiwan is a total distortion of the facts and has a ghost in mind.

Zhu Fenglian stressed that facts are better than sophistry. The DPP authorities should stop political manipulation, stop intelligence infiltration and sabotage activities against the mainland, and do not go further and further along the wrong road.

Taiwan media confessed: we have a secret

Recently, the Taiwan authorities have staged a trick of the thief shouts to catch the thief.

On October 19, Fijian media reported that the local police received a report from the Chinese Embassy in Fiji that the staff of the embassy were attacked and the attacker was from Taiwan.

On the same day, the islands media reports showed a different scene: the public opinion hyped the diplomats of the Chinese Embassy in Fiji to hard break the so-called Taiwan Representative Office in Fiji activity site, and started to beat people, causing injuries to Taiwan personnel.

However, the DPP authorities are obviously not willing to face the truth. Wu zhaoxie, head of Taiwans foreign affairs department, was still clamoring in an interview with Taiwan media this morning (20th), saying that Taiwan had submitted evidence to the Fijian police to seek justice for diplomats.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on the 19th that Taiwan does not have any so-called diplomats in Fiji. The Fijian government has long adhered to the correct position of the one China principle, and in 2019 ordered Taiwans business institutions in Fiji not to use the false name of Taiwan and not to engage in one China, one Taiwan or two Chinas on the territory of Fiji.

Therefore, Wu zhaoxies attitude in front of the media is more like a self Hi performance.

Whats more strange is that it has happened for more than 10 days. After the foreign media reported that, Wu zhaoxie and other people came forward and yelled at get justice. Why did they go?

We have a secret to hide -- the United Daily concluded.

First cover up, then the thief yelled to catch the thief, the DPP authorities showed the ruthlessness, and Wu zhaoxies performance after the exposure of the incident was also ridiculed by some netizens in the island.

Some Taiwanese netizens recalled that in late September, a Taiwanese fishing boat was rammed by a patrol boat of the Japanese maritime security agency while working in the waters around the Diaoyu Island. At that time, the Taiwan authorities were quite different.

At that time, Taiwanese fishermen were very angry and said, can Japanese bully us at will? They appealed to the Taiwan authorities to speak up. However, the Taiwan authorities did not immediately protest, and the response of some officials was also regarded as soft lying. When someone questioned Wu zhaoxies cringe attitude towards Japan, Wu only said, Im not afraid. Please use a better adjective.

In contrast, the two faces of Taiwans foreign affairs department are also highlighted. Many netizens also took the opportunity of Wu zhaoxies tough mouth to bring up the old story again, hoping that he might as well seek justice for Taiwans fishermen.

Yes, its not fair to ask for justice. On the contrary, they only know to stir up trouble against the mainland. This trick of the Taiwan authorities cant deceive people. (by Tang Lixin)

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