Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1433-W1033



Release Date: December 2, 2021


Topic: Does the CCP Dare to Attack Taiwan? -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:中共敢打台湾吗? -- 魏京生


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Does the CCP Dare to Attack Taiwan?

-- Wei Jingsheng



Does the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) dare to attack Taiwan? It dares, yet not dares. It dares not when it is smart; it dares when confused. Why do I say this? That is because there are still some clear-headed people within the CCP, to them, attacking Taiwan is definitely not worth the gain. But their opinions do not necessarily prevail. If people like Xi Jinping have the upper hand, they may dare to attack Taiwan. The so-called confusion refers to only seeing the benefits and not seeing the dangers.


A few days ago, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, an agency established by the U.S. Congress, issued its annual report to the US Congress. A section of the report specifically assessed the threat of the CCP in the Taiwan Strait, including the possibility of using force against Taiwan. The report is very detailed, and its core meaning is what I said above: It dares not when it is smart, it dares when confused.


Regarding unification with Taiwan by force, the CCP has made preparations for many years. The report also mentioned that the preparation of weapons and equipment is close to being adequate. If there is no interference from the United States and Japan, it can be said that the conditions have been met. Therefore, it recommends to speed up the arming of Taiwan and strengthen Taiwan's defense capabilities, while at the same time clarifying the deterrence in regarding Taiwan Strait affairs. That is, to reduce the CCPs motives for armed invasion against Taiwan.


The report also briefly mentions the weakness of the CCPs military strength, which is insufficient to invade Taiwan. First is the poor organization and command system of the military, especially a lack of qualified officers. Second is that once a war starts, it will be met by the alliance of all countries, and even armed intervention and economic blockade. China's economy will encounter great difficulties and even collapse. Taking into account China's own interests, not the interests of the Communist leaders, armed invasion is the least cost-effective method.


The above statement is very simple, to the degree that everyone should be able to understand unless water has entered their brains. But some people are confused and want to let the water get into their brains -- they want to liberate Taiwan just as if they were caught by the devil. They even talked about their core interests, crying loud that they want to liberate Taiwan. Why? Some ordinary Chinese insist on liberate Taiwan for no reason but because they were brainwashed by the CCP's years of deceitful propaganda and have not yet been wiped clean. Or some of them were born mentally handicapped with too much water in their brains. Of course, there are also little pinks of the CCP supporters who pretend to be outraged in order to defraud the money from the CCP.


For many years, the CCP has promoted the liberation of Taiwan, and even claimed it as its core interest. In fact, it is to create an imaginary enemy to fool the common Chinese, so as to unite them together. Since the Mao Zedong era, the CCP never regarded Taiwan as a core interest. In order to please his godfather, Joseph Stalin, without a hesitation Mao turned the Chinese army that was preparing to liberate Taiwan around for attacks in North Korea. Thus it lost the opportunity to attack Taiwan. Is this called core interest?


Without Taiwan, what core interests will China have lost? There is nothing missing for China, but the CCP will lose the core interest of fooling all the Chinese. Who likes Taiwan independence the most? It doesn't matter to the common Chinese, but to the Chinese Communist Party, it would lose one of the most inflammatory imaginary enemies. Therefore, the biggest promoter of Taiwan independence is the Chinese Communist Party.


When Taiwan's democracy movement was launched overseas in the 1950s and 1960s, the source of its funding was from the CCPs United Front Work Department. The early leaders of the Taiwan independence movement have told me that in order to find an exciting entry point for the democracy movement, they chose the slogan of Taiwan independence. This was because under the anti-Communist propaganda of the Kuomintang, the people of Taiwan were the least willing to accept the tyranny of the Communist regime. Therefore, the democratic movement has won the support of more people in its promotion of the Taiwan independence movement.


Now that Taiwan is democratic, why has the Taiwan independence movement gained even greater support? This support is to the credit of the CCP Secretary-General Xi Jinping. The swallowing of Hong Kong, the suppression of Xinjiang and Tibet, as well as all dissidents, the Wuhan virus, and the wolf warrior diplomacy that is messing up everything. What the people of Taiwan now see is not just the Kuomintangs propaganda, but the reality in front of them. To enable Taiwan to be independent of the tyranny of the CCP is already the greatest and core interest of the Taiwanese people.


Who is the biggest promoter of Taiwan independence? Maybe no one can do it except Xi Jinping. In this matter, and only in this matter, Xi Jinping surpassed Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping, and he can be called the greatest accelerator of the disintegration of the CCP and the chief architect of the collapse of the Chinese Communist regime.



(This English version is translated by Ciping HUANG, without any compensation. Wei Jingsheng and the Wei Jingsheng Foundation appreciate her decades of contribution, especially for allowing the use and distribution of her translations of these commentaries.)


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(Written on November 29 and recorded on December 1, 2021. Broadcasted by Radio Free Asia on December 2, 2021.)


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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1433-W1033



Release Date: December 2, 2021


Topic: Does the CCP Dare to Attack Taiwan? -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:中共敢打台湾吗? -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)










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