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China uses fake news, threats after war fail to contain Tsai-Ing-wen and Taiwan

Frustrated by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, the Chinese government has now attacked Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and her party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

Without mentioning his name, he is a mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC). Global Times Attacking his party, he threatened them to ‘swallow bitter fruit’.

It pushed the false narrative that people were worried because of Tsai Ing-wen and Pelosi’s rise, when in fact thousands of Taiwanese people congratulated Pelosi — except for a few protests — and almost every Taiwanese identifies as Taiwanese rather than Chinese.

“The series of bitter fruits that US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has brought to the island of Taiwan is sure to be enough for the DPP authority and “Taiwan Independence” forces to swallow for a while. Global Times The editorial said this indicated that it would increase pressure on Ying-Wen to host Pelosi.

China rubbed its face in the mud after Taiwanese news outlets said reports that China had expelled Taiwanese citizens were false.

“The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) said on Thursday that the plan to expel Chinese nationals from Taiwan is wrong, according to reports by China’s state media CCTV. The rumor has been circulating online and has been identified as fake news. Taiwan News quoting MAC officials.

The editorial also said that if the US and Taiwan become more cooperative, the process of reuniting Taiwan with mainland China will advance further.

“Each time the United States and Taiwan provoke cooperation, the de facto control of Chinese territory over the island of Taiwan will be strengthened, and the reunification process will be a step forward,” the editorial said.

Despite the ACHId claims, Taiwan has indicated that it is ready to face Chinese aggression.

“We are seeing stronger psychological warfare than ever before and it will intensify in the coming days,” said Yuan Lo Ping-cheng, a member of Taiwan’s legislature. Taiwan News.

He said security has been increased at airports and cyber security levels have been raised.

Tsai Ing-wen said that Taiwan holds the last line for democracy around the world and that Taiwan must not back down or back down.

Japan has said China’s ballistic missile tests pose a threat to the region’s peace and stability after they landed in its exclusive economic zone.

Its rival, the United States, said on Thursday that the war drills in response to Taiwan’s visit were overreactive and spiteful.

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