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Does Poland support Taiwan`s independence?


pawian 190 | 19,211
5 Aug 2022 #1
I believe most Poles and most politicians endorse Taiwanese resistance to big China which is dreaming of swallowing Taiwan, in an attempt to create one united Greater China . Some who don`t support Taiwan and its independence should be the minority.

taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4598408

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Clearly, our two nations are destined to be allies. Taiwan and Poland can be beacons of freedom for the world, showing how nations can prosper economically and culturally, even when the neighboring countries are regimes with imperial ambitions. [...]
Kashub1410 4 | 221
5 Aug 2022 #2
@pawian
Seems rather strange, I would think most Poles support China in reclaiming it's mainland from the usurping regime.
Novichok 3 | 7,602
5 Aug 2022 #3
Poland is as relevant to Taiwan and China as a pile of cow manure in Congo to the US.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
5 Aug 2022 #4
Poles support China in reclaiming it's mainland from the usurping regime.

Are you calling Taiwan China? Proper China, opposite to fake China which is ruled by the usurpers, namely communists?

Poland is as relevant to China

It is clear you know nothing about the New Silk Route which passes through Poland to reach Western Europe. :):):) Better read sth about it before you make another post. :):):)
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
7 Aug 2022 #5
the New Silk Route which passes through Poland to reach Western Europe

The New Silk Route had already functioned before the RuSSist invasion - the railway transport went through Russia, then Belarus and Poland.



Kashub1410 4 | 221
7 Aug 2022 #6
@pawian
Chinese leadership had to withdraw to Taiwan where they have been ever since,

Imagine Jaruzelski still governing Poland and Wałęsa controlling Gotland island
mafketis 34 | 12,243
7 Aug 2022 #7
Taiwan has never been under CCP control and hopefully never will be.

It is a de facto independent country.

For all its faults, Taiwan has a government that is approximately 784 times better than the awful CCP which was responsible for the worst famine in human history (probably human existence).

The CCP turned Hong Kong, once a thriving free city into a dystopian mess... let's hope they don't get a chance to exert their pestilent rule over Taiwan a country with freedom and dignity.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
7 Aug 2022 #8
784 times better than the awful CCP

Yes, those Chinese communists are repulsive guys.

he worst famine in human history

Not only. Also Tiananmen Massacre or Cultural Revolution.



mafketis 34 | 12,243
7 Aug 2022 #9
Also Tiananmen Massacre or Cultural Revolution.

And note there is perfect institutional continuity between the CCP that carried out the Great Leap Forward, Cultural Revolution and Tiananmen Massacre and the current government.

China will never be a true superpower until they junk the useless CCP and Xi who's inflicted massive damage on the country.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
7 Aug 2022 #10
there is perfect institutional continuity between the CCP and the current government.

Of course, it goes without saying, it is the same regime.
When in the USA, I met a South Korean girl at a uni in NYC. We talked a lot about Korean lifestyle and culture and once I expressed my regret that Koreans were split between two feuding countries. She surprised me with her optimism - the history of Korea is 5000 years old and the communist period in North Korea is just a minute speck in it. Sooner or later it will pass with time.

We need to apply similar attitude to China - communists will be gone one day. :):):)
Miloslaw 14 | 4,532
7 Aug 2022 #11
We need to apply similar attitude to China - communists will be gone one day

I wish I could share your optimism.
Communism will not go in our lifetime.
But will probably die forever one day.
PolAmKrakow 2 | 2,535
8 Aug 2022 #12
@Joker
Perhaps you want to rewrite history too? Afghanistan withdraw was the result of Trump negotiating with the Taliban, a terrorist group, Biden extended the withdraw time by almost a year or it would have been a bigger mess. Trump is also the one that withheld security packages and funding to Ukraine that resulted in his second impeachment. So lets make sure we get history correct before attempting to predict the future. Taiwan is an independent country, and the US have given security promises. As stupid as those promises may be, they were given many years ago and renewed by multiple presidents.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
8 Aug 2022 #13
Communism will not go in our lifetime.

Of course. But the history of Korea or China is 5000 years old, remember.
Crow 157 | 10,875
8 Aug 2022 #14
Poland should show respect to China.
Kashub1410 4 | 221
8 Aug 2022 #15
@Crow
It sure does! By supporting it's legal government
Crow 157 | 10,875
8 Aug 2022 #16
Glory to wise Poland.
Miloslaw 14 | 4,532
8 Aug 2022 #17
Poland should show respect to China

Why?

You are a fascist extremist Crow.
You are incapable of sensible and civilized debate.
Crow 157 | 10,875
8 Aug 2022 #18
Poland is not only wise but also honest. Why only nice to Serbia, NATO, EU and Pope? Give nice to rest of the world, too. And Poland giving.

@Miloslaw

Wtf you taking about?
Kashub1410 4 | 221
9 Aug 2022 #19
@Crow
1. Serbia didn't partition Poland ever
2. NATO never partitioned Poland
3. EU never partitioned Poland
4. Pope is functioning prime minister of the heavenly kingdom
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
9 Aug 2022 #20
It sure does! By supporting it's legal government

Yes. The Taiwanese are worried that Polish PiS gov tries to keep up good relation with communist China.

taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2022/04/17/2003776725

Concurrently, Warsaw has embarked on a path of rapprochement with Beijing. This state of affairs can be traced to the lack of a consistent China strategy within Law and Justice, the ruling right-wing populist party. [....] there are also senior politicians within Law and Justice who continue to engage with and openly praise the policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
jon357 71 | 20,403
9 Aug 2022 #21
Poland almost always supports independence movements, Kosovo etc.

About Taiwan, although I'm no fan at all of the PRC, I find it hard to get interested in this one except for the give an inch take a mile aspect.
Crow 157 | 10,875
9 Aug 2022 #22
Poland almost always supports independence movements, Kosovo etc.

Poland did not support Kosovo. Back then PM Tusk said Poland recognized Kosovo to satisfy its EU and NATO partners. President Lech was against Poland`s Kosovo recognition. It was scandal during UNGA when Lech spoke openly in favor of Serbs. There were massive pro-Serbian demonstrations in Poland.

So Poland is country under occupation. But aware of that occupation. And live and resist.
Miloslaw 14 | 4,532
9 Aug 2022 #24
Polish PiS gov tries to keep up good relation with communist China.

A mistake in my opinion.
Polish govt need to be neutral in this.
OP pawian 190 | 19,211
9 Aug 2022 #25
A mistake in my opinion.

Not the first, not the last. Never mind. :):):)

Polish govt need to be neutral in this.

Give up the fight for independence and freedom?????


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