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Sunday, March 13, 2005

China's President Tells Army to Be Prepared for War as Parliament Prepares to Pass Anti-Secession Law Aimed at Taiwan

TBO - AP: China's President Tells Army to Be Prepared for War as Parliament Prepares to Pass Anti-Secession Law Aimed at Taiwan

Excerpt - BEIJING (AP) - China's President Hu Jintao was named chairman of a government military commission on Sunday, capping a generational transfer of power, and told the 2.5 million-member People's Liberation Army to be prepared for war on the eve of the expected passage of a law authorizing an attack if Taiwan declares formal independence.

"We shall step up preparations for possible military struggle and enhance our capabilities to cope with crises, safeguard peace, prevent wars and win the wars if any," the official Xinhua News Agency quoted Hu as saying.

Hu's comments, made to military delegates at the national legislature, appeared aimed at underlining Beijing's determination to unify with democratically ruled Taiwan, which split from the Chinese mainland in 1949.

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TAIWAN PRESIDENT : `We will not sit idly by,'
Excerpt - President Chen Shui-bian (³¯¤ô«ó) yesterday urged Beijing not to misjudge the cross-strait situation, saying that if it insists on enacting the proposed "anti-secession" law, the people of Taiwan would not stay silent and sit idly by.

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Hard Comment: Why are our former Presidents not doing TV Commercials urging Americans to be prepared to Boycott any goods made in this Communist Nation in the event of Communist China making a Military Move against Taiwan?

1 Comments:

Blogger Hard Attack said...

Let me be the first to correct the headline to this story.

'Communist China's Leader', not 'China's President'.

Presidents are elected by the people.

This Commie Leader was not elected by the people, but appointed by select powers.

The Press needs to start calling a Commie a Commie.

7:15 AM, March 14, 2005  

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