Prelude to Conflict: Asia, March 2, 2015


Taiwan and China are reportedly taking the turn to provoke God. Beijing is turning from Israel and Taiwan will no longer “discriminate” against adultery. Recent history knows that countries that change their policy on Israel get “bad luck”, but fully legalizing adultery has yet to be tested. Israel and Islam are ever more on the Asian radar in news and politics.

The highly popular mayor of Tainan in Taiwan has determined to remove statues of Chiang Kai-shek in the shadow of the recent 228 massacre memorial, when Taiwanese refused to welcome the KMT-Nationalists in their flight from the Communists, thus preparing the way for decades of martial law. Chiang Kai-shek and his KMT-Nationalist political party are seen as tyrants by more and more Taiwanese.

The West shakes its head more and more over the region, whether moving moved Microsoft jobs to Vietnam, climate, dealings with the neighbors, or Hong Kong promises—which the Crown, all of a sudden, thinks weren’t kept so well as was claimed a few months ago. A British academic blog considering China as being anti-Israel could be a Western diplomacy coup de gras.


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Microsoft to close two China handset factories, sack 9,000

…on the environment


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Hong Kong

Setting aside rancor over Hong Kong, China welcomes Britain’s Prince William

Democratic Party lawmakers among fresh arrests of key Occupy Central figures

Beijing’s Hong Kong reform proposals ‘more restrictive than expected’: London


Tainan may remove school CKS statues

Time to Kiss Goodbye to Taiwan’s Adultery Laws


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