The Taiwanese president is not a Chinese official::One China and Taiwan
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The Taiwanese president is not a Chinese official From there, the U.S. is making sure that Beijing does to mess with this Chinese democracy.
It’s tough for Beijing. Beijing knows that democracies are not good. Not good to manage, not good for the Chinese mainland. The Chinese people are not ready for a democracy. They are too insubordinate, they cheat and play games with rules too much. They have a very limited sense of responsibility in the sense of western responsibilities.
The Chinese have a strong sense of responsibility to their own people. The Chinese can easily get angry and riot with officials. The Chinese can turn Beijing upside down on a flip of a coin.
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