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  • ross1948 12:34 am on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Deutshce Bank, , IBM, , , multinationals, , Taiwan   

    In Taiwan, Multinationals Make War On Decent Values! 


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    International capitalism has once more shown its unacceptable face, its horrid hand, this time in Taiwan, where decent people have forced a national vote to block the imposition of so-called ‘gay’ so-called ‘marriage. .

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    Twenty seven companies like JPMorgan, IBM, Google, and Microsoft showed their support for same-sex marriage in Taiwan…   http://instinctmagazine.com/post/companies-show-their-support-same-sex-marriage-taiwan-days-referendum

    And I read elsewhere that Deutsche Bank is also part of the plutocratic, globalist vendetta against traditional Taiwanese values.   https://www.businessinsider.com/taiwans-november-24-vote-on-same-sex-marriage-could-be-a-first-in-asia

    The referendum is to be held today, 24th November.

    I doubt we have many readers in Taiwan, but if there are, get out and vote, please…

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    …and slap the snouts of the swine.

    Multinationals should NOT be interfering in ANY country’s internal affairs.

     
    • Peter So 8:46 am on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you.
      We are praying for victory over these foreign rich men and their foreign values

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    • Zhao 9:17 am on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We will do the best we can and win or lose we will remember who are our enemies.
      We will forgive our own people here who vote against us but to forgive the interferers is another question.
      We do not interfere in the United States where the billionaire business empires are.
      Why must they tell us what we must do.

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    • Al Weaver 10:55 am on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It will be interesting to see what Taiwan decides.
      Do Asians have a stronger attachment to their traditional values than the citizens of Massachussetts, or the Irish Republic, or here in Australia?
      I hope so, because our experience in Australia shows that if ‘gay marriage’ is pushed through, it is at once time to move on, to target schools’ freedoms and church freedoms and to bully any form of media the gaystapo hates.
      You just need to look at the magazine that went out of business after so-called ‘gays’ got their rich friends to launch an advertising boycott.
      I will send you the link today.

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    • John Chou 4:18 pm on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Not only in Taiwan, Chinese all over the world are watching this referendum. If the homosexual anti-marriage side wins, that will encourage their ‘gaystapo’ to bring the fight to Singapore.
      We must wait now to see how the people decide.
      If the pro-marriage have success, then I worry that they must fight again to stop judges who will not accept democracy.
      I send you a news media report that you may use, thank you.

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    • Anne Liauw 10:28 pm on November 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We are victorious.
      The prediction is 70% for real marriage.
      Now we have to make the government respect this victory.

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  • ross1948 11:13 am on November 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Foreign Queers Interfere – But Taiwan’s Fighting Back! 


    Organisers estimated a turnout of 137,000, including many overseas participants.

    A police estimate was not immediately available.
    https://www.thestar.com.my/news/regional/2018/10/29/massive-taiwan-gay-pride-parade-pushes-key-referendum-vote

    Interesting to note the intrusion into a debate on Taiwan’s basic values of ‘many’ aliens, including, according to the very first words of the Star’s report, individuals dressed as flamboyant drag queens and horned devils…

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    Just what every parent hopes to see as role models for their children!

    There’s to be a referendum on 24th November – in fact more than one referendum!

    Decent Taiwanese have organised and got enough signatures to force a vote after the high court usurped democracy and ruled absurdly that perverts had a ‘right’ to ‘marry’ each other.

    But, as ever never satisfied, the pro-homo lobby is embroiled in another fight, facing popular resistance on gaystapo indoctrination  of school-children.

    Another referendum is to be held on the same day, with Taiwanese to vote on this key question –

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    “Do you agree that provisions in the Enforcement Rules for Gender Equity Education Act (性別平等教育法施行細則) concerning homosexuality education should not be implemented at the elementary and junior-high school levels?”

    If schools were warning youngsters against the brain-washing which accompanies ‘gender equity education…’

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    Primary School in London Makes 6-Year-Olds Write LGBT Love Letters –   https://www.christianheadlines.com/…/primary-school-london-6-year-olds-write-lgbt-l.

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    …and many Taiwanese must certainly have read about the disgusting way the gaystapo gang are poisoning young minds in Britain…

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    Pro-decency campaigners in Taiwan, showing the number of signatures collected

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    …then teaching the kids to avoid dabbling in sexual aberration would be all well and good.

    But of course that’s emphatically NOT what such ‘education’ involves.

    It’s all about coercing kids into thinking that men buggering men is somehow normal, and this normalisation of perversion is what has to be fought.

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    Good luck to the good Taiwanese fighting for their traditional values!

     

     
    • Mr. Zhao 5:31 pm on November 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      From Taipei we send greetings and gratitude for your support.
      It is good for all people to have a right to vote because the court has not got a democratic right to tell us that our values are no lnger valid.

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    • Peter So 6:23 pm on November 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck to you too, sir.
      I am certain we will win but support like you offer us is a big help in boosting our morale.

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  • ross1948 10:27 am on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1965 kudeta, , , , , , , Republic of China, Taiwan   

    Send Them Home, Not To Beijing’s Despotism! 


    If a South Korean steps out of line in a foreign country, he or she would quite rightly risk deportation.

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    To South Korea, NOT North Korea.

    It’s hard to imagine any argument which might be adduced to justify deportation of anyone to the hideous tyranny that rules from Pyongyang.

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    Yet this very month we read that Indonesia has deported Taiwanese law-breakers to Red China, where, as the recent shameful treatment of that dissident exemplified –Liu Xiaobo: China’s most prominent dissident dies – BBC News – justice is not something that is often to be seen or heard.

    Taiwan’s foreign ministry said its deported nationals were among over 140 Chinese and Taiwanese suspects arrested in raids on July 29 in various locations including Jakarta, the city of Surabaya and on the resort island of Bali. 

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    Red China, an imperialist dictatorship

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    In a statement the ministry said Jakarta had ignored Taipei’s request that the Taiwanese suspects be returned to the island and instead sent them on Thursday to the mainland cities of Chengdu and Tianjin.  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/08/03/taiwan-protests-indonesia-deportations-of-suspects-to-china-.html

    If these guys are guilty, or not, they should be dealt with here in Indonesia, or deported to their own country.

    And all the more so because the police and courts there are answerable to the people, in stark contrast to the situation on the mainland…

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    …where an unelected communist dictatorship continues to cower from free elections and dispenses marxist ‘justice’ which, in every country ever ruled by marxists, has been shown to be no justice at all.

    Indonesia, of all countries, should be fully aware of the nature of Beijing’s ruling class.

    It was the interception of Red China’s despatch of thousands of guns to the traitorous PKI (Indonesian Communist Party) back in 1965…

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    ….which fully opened the eyes of Indonesian patriots to the threat of red take-over.

    Nowadays Mao’s heirs may wear suits and smiles as they impose their will on the Chinese people, but they have never repudiated the monstrous Mao as their inspiration. The Communist Party fist remains tightly closed on the reins of control.

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    Yet Taiwanese, citizens of the Republic of China, not the so-called ”People’s Republic,” are nevertheless handed over to that closed fist?

    One can only hope this deportation policy will be reviewed and that it is not being operated as a means of promoting commercial links with the larger market which economic advisers perceive.

     
  • ross1948 12:25 am on December 3, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Taiwan   

    Taiwan Sees The Future – And it Sucks! 


    One China, Two Systems!

    • That’s the lie the tyrants in Beijing have used to cover their drive to subjugate freedom-loving Chinese in Hong Kong, and also in Taiwan.

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    Now people in the latter can see, in the former, what the Reds really mean – brutal repression. 

     
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