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  • ross1948 17:48 on May 8, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Taiwan, , Winston Peters   

    On VE Day, Salute Winston…Peters! 

    Brilliant put-down of an uppity Red Chinese Ambassador Wu Xi by New Zealand First’s Winston Peters!

    I don’t keep up with Kiwi politics, with barely half-dozen blog-posts on the country in the past as many years…

    Kiwi Shoppers Should Be Entitled To Bash Vile Vegans! 

    • ————

    Kiwis Keep The Flag Flying! But Oz Pinkos Aren’t Happy! 

    ..though some of those have aroused a lot of interest….

    Scumner-Burstyn Oozes Into Hyper-Whine 

    …but I have tended to like what I hear about Mr. Peters, who is currently Foreign Minister – all the more so after reading this!

    When asked by reporters on Thursday to comment on the embassy’s statement, Peters simply said:

    “Listen to your master!

    Peters said Wu’s words differed from what Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi had relayed to him before: “[He] assured me that China does not behave that way.”

    It seems that Wu had been making out that the New Zealand First party leader’s support for Free China aka Taiwan to get a seat at WHO was his “personal” position.


    Winston Peters, 2019.jpg

    Winston Peters

    However, Peters on Thursday confirmed to the media that the New Zealand government is now officially supporting Taiwan’s participation.


    As more and more people around the world wake up to the malevolence of the Beijing dictatorship, and its role in the spread of the corona nightmare, one hopes that there will be a move to let the democratically elected Chinese government in Taipei…



    …not only take a seat at WHO but also at the United Nations.

    Not that those organisations are admirable…



    ….but at least, unlike Red China, the other Chinese state respects the rights that the UN Charter purports to uphold!


  • ross1948 13:06 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , Taiwan   

    Make Beijing Come Clean? Mama Stasi And Muppet ‘Demur!’ 

    …widespread anger at China ought to have translated into broad support for Australia’s initiative for an inquiry.
    But that hasn’t happened yet.
    France and Germany, key swing states in the west, have so far demurred…

    Just as we noted yesterday, the Brussels Empire, guided by Europe’s two most malevolent leaders…




    ….fresh from a new attempt to bully Hungary, Poland and the Czechs into easing the burden which Mama Stasi imposed on her own people, an attempt we mentioned in our recent blog-post…

    These Ingrate Savages MUST Be Deported!  

    …are setting another disgraceful example by collaborating with the most powerful and dangerous totalitarian regime in the world.

    Red China is a menace.



    Always has been since its evil inspiration did his Long March – or rather sat on his spoilt ass while his poor dupes toiled along!

    Australia has, belatedly, it’s true, decided to take a stand against evil. In response, Red China is indulging in arrogant rants, threatening sanctions.

    Would such sanctions include pulling out the communist vermin…


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    Well Said, Dutton! Communists Are Vermin! 

    ….whom Australians saw in their true colours during pro- and anti-HK freedom demos in cities like Sydney and Melbourne, just a few months ago?

    THAT would be a blessing, and not really in disguise!

    As to trade sanctions, Australia should not be left to face the common enemy alone.



    Not just the USA but Britain, New Zealand, Canada and any member of the EUSSR not under the Merkel/Macron thumb should vow solidarity with Canberra?

    For good measure, the Western world should remedy the biggest diplomatic error ever made – allowing a vile dictatorship to speak for the Chinese people instead of the democratic government of Free China.

    Treat Beijing as a leper regime!

    • Uncle Oz 15:03 on April 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If any of that lot in the photo of Communist demonstrators in Australia are still in Australia, Scott Morrison is not doing his job properly.
      Kick every commie out!


  • ross1948 07:41 on April 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , communist terrorist TPLF, , , Taiwan, ,   

    Guilty Ghebreyesus, Still Too Yellow To Visit Taiwan? 

    What a loathesome louse is Tawdry Tedros, who won his job with the help of millions spent by a communist guerrilla gang, and reportedly has had close links to, guess who…



    …the Clinton Foundation.

    My thanks to one of our regular commenters for guiding my attention to that unsavoury truth.


    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus


    Fast forward!

    when Taiwanese officials reported their concern to Geneva that the new coronavirus was spreading between humans in late December, Tedros’s team did not circulate that warning to WHO member states.


    WHO officials proceeded to echo China’s claims that “preliminary investigations” didn’t support that suspicion.


    And if you read on, you’ll see that the Free Chinese government in Taiwan…


    …..has extended an invitation to Beijing’s WHO pawn to come see for himself how much better they do, how much more theycare about others, than the vile villains who misrule Red China.

    Will The Weasel risk his Beijing comrades’ wrath to go?

    • Marty N 11:42 on April 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Canads shoukd pull out of WHO unless he is fired.


    • Ken Kasic 15:09 on April 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He got the job by crooked means. It would be belated justice to sack him


    • Kezia 15:32 on April 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I thought he was just a medical man but thanks to you now I know his anti-Taiwan attitude is not just cowardice because Communist China throwing its weight about.
      He got his own communist track record.
      How can we trust him.
      He has to go!


    • Middager 11:05 on June 4, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The government in Taiwan now is ruled by Taiwanese party (pro independence), though the whole system is still Republic of China and lots of arcane issues related with Chinese are still unsolved here, whether they are new immigrants from CCP China or Chinese descents came with KMT party. We fight against the virus by ourselves all the time without the help from WHO, because we are banned from the international organizations for political reasons.


  • ross1948 09:12 on April 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Hong Kong RTHK, , Taiwan, , Yvonne Tong   

    WHO Question Has Beijing’s H-K Lap-Dogs Snarling 

    The saga of Aylward The Gutless continues, with the Hong Kong collabo administration going after honest media people there.

    Gutless Aylward


    The Hong Kong Commerce and Economic Development Bureau has got its pro-Beijing knickers in a twist, accusing the city’s public broadcaster, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) of breaching the “One China” policy!”

    The Bureau boss, a man named Edward Yau, is apparently upset with that gutsy young woman Yvonne Tong, of RTHK…



    …who put the creepy WHO flunkey Bruce Aylward on the spot over his supranational outfit’s shameless siding with the Red China dictatorship against Free China (Taiwan) 

    The whole word watched as the coward tried to weasel out of answering, then claimed technical difficulties meant he couldn’t hear her.

    Good luck to Yvonne!

    One China is a great idea…

    …if China is reunited under a democratic government, after the communist tyrants have been removed and put up against the Great Wall!


    Read more


    Sent from my iPad
    • Abel Shorham 14:50 on April 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I’m sick of looking at that fool’s face.
      Aylward is a disgrace to Canada!
      Viva Taiwan, and Viva Hong Kong’s protesters!


  • ross1948 10:00 on March 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Taiwan,   

    Who Will Help Free China? Not Collabo W.H.O., Methinks! 

    Trump is of course 100% correct to identify the plague as the Chinese Virus.



    Corona is certainly not the fault of the mainland Chinese people, but how Red China’s regime has handled the situation certainly demands serious questions.

    Corona is certainly not the fault, either, of ethnic Chinese people not on the mainland, not in Hong Kong, nor in Singapore, nor Chinese minorities in Malaysia, Australia or here in Indonesia.

    NOR in Free China…

    ….aka the Republic of China, aka Taiwan.

    Taiwan reportedly informed the WHO in late December that China’s communist government lied when it claimed that coronavirus could not be transmitted through human-to-human contact. The WHO broadcasted China’s lie in mid-January, weeks after COVID-19 began rapidly spreading throughout eastern China.

    What the Hell are we to make of WHO?

    This week…

    Bruce Aylward

    A senior official with the World Health Organization faked internet connection issues and then abruptly ended an interview when confronted over the WHO’s position on Taiwan…


    Embarrassingly, the man named, Bruce Aylward, is Canadian.

    We have watched this pussy-footing WHO outfit glibly dodge allegations of covering-up the way the Beijing dictatorship has behaved, or misbehaved, and so we don’t expect much of their spokespersons.

    But this Aylward ( senior apparatchik/ aide to the WHO director-general Adhanon ) appears to be a particularly pusillanimous piece of work!

    Meanwhile, documented evidence suggests that Adhanom and Chinese President Xi Jinping have a symbiotic relationship.


    • Roberta Lee 12:57 on March 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Beijing is the villain.
      WHO is the accessory after the fact, hiding Beijing’s crimes which they do most certainly know all about.
      WHO is of course part of the United Nations.
      Expect dishonesty and deceit.


    • Mitch McCracken 15:05 on March 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It’s very sad when we are all in fear of a deadly virus, that WHO, supposedly a body concerned with everyone’s health and safety, is playing games with a dictatorship to hide truth.
      Not much fuss in the tame lame media,
      Read this too


    • Arnold 15:38 on March 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If people aren’t dead in massive numbers, why all the funeral urns delivered to that Chinese city?

      In the Hubei province, home to Wuhan, a city of about 8 million, there were reportedly 3,177 deaths. But massive deliveries of cremation urns to Wuhan have raised new questions about the communist country’s reporting.

      “One funeral home received two shipments of 5,000 urns over the course of two days, according to the Chinese media outlet Caixin,



  • ross1948 16:54 on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , buggers weddings, , Taiwan   

    BBC Rico Flaunts His Pay-Masters’ Pro-Pervert Prejudice! 

    I stumbled out of bed on Thursday morning and started on the first of many coffees…

    …switching on the tv, masochistically choosing BBC World News.

    There was Rico Hizon, their Filipino flunkey, interviewing some geezer identified as an ‘Asian human rights expert.’

    I settled down, knowing that Rico the Pinko…


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    A Role-Model For Youth?’ BBC’s Rico Fawns On Swede Brat! 

    …would sooner rather than later provide me with ammunition.

    Not a long wait!

    The excuse for the interview was apparently a ‘report’ on ‘human rights’ – yeah, another one!

    The miilion Uighirs in China were of course mentioned ( but not the Tibetans!) and India’s citizenship bill, and, inter alia, Thailand’s generals.

    These are matters around which much debate has swirled, although I would define them as debates on political or constitutional rights, rather than ‘human rights,’ the definitions of which are changed in cavalier manner by unelected jurists to suit passing fads…


    Gambar terkait


    … but which somehow has perverted its role to the extent that signatory states are now ordered not to expel the vilest terrorists to any other country which might impose the death penalty for their atrocities.


    However, the issues, in China, India, etc., are important – they affect very many decent men and women.


    Then Rico went into brazen bias mode, asserting unblushingly the BBC pro-pervert narrative.

    Ah, yes, the situation seems bleak, he said, but not everywhere in Asia!

    Surely there’s also been signs of ‘PROGRESS!’


    Taiwan has legalised “same-sex marriage!”

    Oh, yes, concurred the ‘expert’  – and, completely ignoring the affront to democracy which brought about that wretched outcome…


    ‘Free China?’ No More, As Taiwan Disses Democracy! 


    ….,paid tribute to the popular pressure there.

    Completely disgusting, not just the pair’s delight in how the wishes of the people of Taiwan were ignored, but, for pity’s sakes..

    ….how dare these wallies compare the merits of alleged cultural genocide, of alleged disenfranchising of millions, of issues of life and death, with the ‘right’ of maladjusted men to bugger each other under the cloak of matrimony…


    Does Rico Hizon have no shame?

    • Dito 20:57 on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      No surprise!
      He is a Filipino but he is not like most people who live in The Philippines, who do not want the ‘same-sex marriage’ law in their country, same as the Taiwanese did not want it but had it forced on them by their amoral ruling class.q


    • Grace 09:57 on February 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He is embarrassing to The majority of people in his own nation. We do not like the unnatural idea of men marrying men.
      It has no place in Christian countries, or Muslim countries, I suppose.


  • ross1948 19:18 on January 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , short breaks, Taiwan   

    Skipping Hong Kong Break Plans? OK, But Boycott China! 

    I have had two short breaks in Hong Kong, before and after the end of British rule.

    Both were enjoyable, but I wouldn’t fancy a long weekend break there at present.

    If you had any such idea for a trip, you’ll no doubt have postponed it – no fun being a tourist in a riot zone…

    …even though the riotous protests are righteously motivated, offering resistance to the HK regime’s collaboration with Communism.

    What’s more important, though, is where you go instead.

    Nobody should spend money on a vacation, short or long, in Red China.

    The marxist tyrants in Beijing need to be taught a lesson.

    If Chinese culture or cuisine appeals to you, try Free China….

    …Taiwan is said to be a very pleasant place.

    • Danny Shellin 23:10 on January 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I think with the disease ravaging China now there will not be many interested in going there.
      But eventhough there was not the epidemic, it is true that the Beijing regime needs to be told they represent nobody.
      Only except their party gangster comrades.


  • ross1948 13:59 on January 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen   

    Taiwan President Interview – BBC Hack Inserts His Left-Lib Hang-Ups! 


    At the start of this week, relaxing after a large late Sunday lunch, I watched a BBC interview with Tsai Ing-wen, the winner of Taiwan’s recent presidential elections.

    The lady made a lot of sense explaining her approach to the menace of Red China’s imperialist ambitions…



    …which are much the same as when mass-murderer Mao ruled the mainland, but that’s a complex issue, which I’m not going to get into today.



    Yet as the programme wound down, the BBC hack, a smarmy sort named Sudworth, with no obvious justification, suddenly began inserting his pay-master’s ideological priorities.


    John Sudworth (left), Tsai Ing-wen (right). (BBC YouTube video screenshot)

    John Sudworth (left), Tsai Ing-wen (right). (BBC YouTube video screenshot)


    Would you say that the legalisation of pervert weddings ( he of course used the phrase ‘same-sex marriage’) was a highlight of your government, he asked her, out of the blue!

    She clearly did not, or at least did not want to say so.

    Tsai did admit it had been divisive,’ a neat way of saying that how the queers’ charter was bull-dozed through in defiance of the people’s wishes…

    ‘Free China?’ No More, As Taiwan Disses Democracy! 

    …was an affront to democracy.

    But still Smarmy Sudworth was determined to press ahead with another plank from the decadent BBC agenda.

    Was she going to abolish the death penalty?!?



    That question was completely extraneous to anything discussed in the entire previous 10 or so minutes –

    I’ll give you the BBC link to the interview  – https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-51104246  – but on inspection, they have carefully cut out the very parts that we take exception to!

    – so once again, we must conclude that the left-liberal agenda was dictated by whoever at BBC HQ prepared his script.



    No excuse for Sudworth, of course – he should have skipped the irrelevant issue altogether, and I reckon most of you would agree with me.

    She’s plainly unsound on capital punishment but preferred to waffle carefully, indicating her own disposition against the death penalty evil-doers deserve…but conceding that most Taiwan citizens would be ill-disposed towards abolition.

    This pinko klutz Sudworth came across as a total twat, pushing a PC agenda that was not only another sign of BBC left bias…


    • Grant Thinn 17:27 on January 24, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      These BBC ‘interviewers’’ are not all the same, some are worse than others, but they all have that rotten liberalism in common and it’s like they see no contradiction between that and the duty to being objective.
      The BBC is bad for Britain.


    • Chrissie Miles 01:24 on January 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC is incorrigible.
      They cannot give up on their addiction to left bias.
      That is why public broadcasting is overdue for a grand sell-off.
      Let somebody else pay the propagandists.


  • ross1948 07:52 on September 15, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kimberley Chen, , Taiwan   

    Asian Uptights Bleat Against Beauty! 

    One might expect such uptight bleating in some sexist cess-pool like Iran or Saudi Arabia…




    …but NOT in Singapore, Taiwan or Australia!


    Singer Kimberly Chen was frowned upon by those who said the beige colour of her clothing made it seem as though she was naked.

    Yummy Kimberley


    As you can see, Kimberley Chen is delightful to behold.

    Not only she herself, but we too, wherever we are, ought to give thanks today for the beauty bestown on her by her Maker, which she has been gracious enough to share on the internet.

    I only wish some similar vision would take morning strolls, with or without the dog, in my pleasant but unexciting Jakarta neighbourhood.

    Yet a swarm of whining keyboard killjoys has been berating her, aghast at her beige bikini – https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/entertainment/netizens-bark-at-singer-kimberley-chen-after-she-wore-bikini – which, they complain, might be taken to suggest that she is absolutely unclad.




    Although the story about Ms Chen is in a Singapore newspaper, and she’s said to be based in Taiwan, she’s apparently Australian.

    I hope to visit Oz in a few months. I’ll be watching out for her.

    If I miss out on a sighting, perhaps I should take a trip to Taiwan.

  • ross1948 09:59 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Taiwan   

    ‘Free China?’ No More, As Taiwan Disses Democracy! 

    It was a few months,  or was it more, ago, that we heard a truly nauseating wail from some pro-homo named Suki Chung, faithfully recorded by the BBC.

    The wailer was apparently with the unwholesome outfit Amnesty International.

    We hope that love and equality will win,” said Chung, and that equation of ‘love’ with the facilitation of anal intercourse between two males was quite nauseating enough.

    But pinkos are entitled to their perennial human right to pervert the use of the English language.

    What was much worse, and much more ominous, was the rest of the quote!

    “….the government must not use the result as cover to water down same-sex marriage proposals.”

    The result?

    That was a reference to the huge democratic exercise in Taiwan, a national referendum, on so-called ‘gay’ so-called ‘marriage.’


    That little Amnesty bleat was a declaration of war on democracy!

    Taiwan’s distinctive glory is its democratic essence, unlike the Chinese mainland, where a tiny minority….

    communism tyranny

    …the Communist Party, claims a monopoly of power.

    Taiwan was different, or was, until a clique of activist judges on the island state’s high court took issue with one of the moral certainties that underpin Chinese civilisation everywhere.

    Those arrogant judges ORDERED the elected government to impose homo-weddings, regardless of the people’s will.

    The referendum was the people’s response, an act of self-defence against decadence.




    And once the votes were in, and the people had rejected the subversive scheme, we saw no sign of what we once described as ‘Free China…’


    ….but instead a lousy legislature clearly tainted by cultural marxism.

    Taiwan’s Parliament this week delighted a mob of shrills, hollering with glee, as democracy was dissed and homo menages put on parity of esteem with real marriage.

    No more ‘Free China,’ as the clear verdict of the nation, expressed in a free and fair vote, has been scorned.

    End of story?

    We must hope not, for the duty of elected representatives…


    …. is NOT to bow to robed upstarts with no democratic mandate, but to the PEOPLE, who said NO to legitimising perversion

    • Taipei Tigress 10:30 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So good to read because it is what the most Taiwanese voting people say in same words but in Chinese of course.
      Democracy is rule by people.
      People are dissapointed in court and legislature, so must fight back,


    • A Chinese-American 12:18 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You have been sounding the alarm on Taiwan for a long time but those liberal politicians seem to have got away with it.
      That queer mob outside the parliament when the decision was taken last week was a good example of how the bad people out-shout the good people.
      The good people must have thought their voices, by their votes, had been heard and would be respected.
      The ‘gay’ chorus drowned out democracy,
      Direct action makes a difference. The Taiwan majority should strike back,


    • Susi T 14:29 on May 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You are right about this. Taiwan may take the Western road.
      We in Indonesia not the same.
      This will never happen here.


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