Ma’s inner circle: In both cases China will act to persuade Tsai ing-wen to learn the lessons of Ukraine
In view of the current tense situation across the Taiwan Strait, ma Ying-jeou’s core think tank analyzed that the Mainland would take military action under two scenarios, and advised Tsai Ing-wen to learn from the lessons of Ukraine and avoid Taiwan falling into a “proxy war”.As we all know, the fundamental reason for the current tension across the Taiwan Straits is that the DEMOCRATIC Progressive Party (DPP) authorities and “Taiwan independence” forces on the island are constantly making provocative moves to seek “independence” with external forces.Not long ago, the DEMOCRATIC Progressive Party (DPP) administration expressed gratitude for the US arms sales to Taiwan, and the Taiwan media even claimed that the arms sales would help Taiwan maintain missile density and ensure air combat readiness to deter so-called “regional threats”.It is understood that on February 7, local time, the US Department of Defense announced that it approved the sale of equipment and services estimated to be worth us $100 million to Taiwan to help the Taiwan military maintain and improve the Patriot missile system for a period of five years.The package, submitted by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office of the United States, involves equipment and services to support Taiwan’s participation in the Patriot missile project service and monitoring program to Raytheon Technologies and Lockheed Martin corp.Obviously, this is not only a serious error signals to be released by the us to Taiwan again, but the United States in China “Taiwan” brand competitive strategy, curb once again use the means of mainland China, and it is to the net, the democratic progressive party (DPP) authorities willing ACTS as a pawn to curb the mainland in the United States, and thanks to the us, visible,The arrogance of the DEMOCRATIC Progressive Party authorities and “Taiwan independence” elements on the island.For this reason, there have been various speculations about the escalating tensions across the Taiwan Straits for some time.Zhao Chunshan, a key adviser on cross-strait relations under former Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou, recently published an article in Taiwan media, comparing the current tense situation between Russia and Ukraine with the situation across the Taiwan Straits.Zhao chunshan believes that reunification across the Taiwan Straits is an important development goal to realize the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.At present, the mainland advocates peaceful reunification, but under the circumstance of “lingering hesitation” and “external intervention”, the possibility of “wujungong” cannot be ruled out.That is especially true if China sees Taiwan as part of America’s “anti-China alliance” and as a pawn in the West’s efforts to contain China’s rise.Therefore, Zhao chunshan said he expects Tsai to learn lessons from the Ukraine crisis and avoid Taiwan falling into a “proxy war.”As a matter of fact, part of the reason why the DPP authorities and the “Taiwan independence” forces on the island have been daring to go further and further on the road of “independence” provocation is that they rely on external forces led by the US to back them up.But the reality is, if a conflict broke out across the Taiwan Strait, would the US really intervene?The answer is clearly no.Although the present some American politicians who screamed, “help Taiwan defend itself” pose a “justice justice”, but in reality in the eyes of American politicians, Taiwan is just a “piece” for restricting China’s development, literally to advantage, as a “piece” bet on their own trucking, mercenary nature in the United States, obviously not in conflict across the Taiwan strait.Take the us arms sales to Taiwan as an example. On the one hand, the US can reap Taiwan’s wealth and make a lot of profits through this action. On the other hand, some parts of the Patriot missile system have a life expectancy and need to be replaced regularly.This means that once the DPP buys patriot missiles, it will be equivalent to buying the after-sales service of the United States, and the United States can also make money from the service. The price of such after-sales service over the life of the missile is even higher than the weapon itself.To some extent, Taiwan has become a cash cow for the United States.