The 27th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre came and went this year. Over at Taiwan's China Post, Father Bauer observed the occasion by asking when the Chinese government would make a full "disclosure of official records, names of officials who ordered and supervised the violence, and a clear listing of the names of the victims."
He further wondered:
"Why do people pretend that a political system that rolls tanks and artillery out against civilians without weapons represents a government worthy of our admiration or (is such a word possible?) affection?"
If he truly would like an answer, he could do worse than to ask his fellow China Post colleague, "Traitor Joe" Hung.
Because "Traitor Joe" commemorated the date by calling for an invasion and occupation of his home country of Taiwan by the very same Communist Party that slaughtered unarmed Chinese citizens 27 years ago:
"After the conquest [of Taiwan], China would rule Taiwan as a province as Japan did from 1895 to 1945. The Japanese colonizers did improve the life of the colonized a great deal. The Chinese conquerors would outperform the Japanese."
"Perhaps, it may be much better to be conquered for Taiwan's next generation and those after them. All's well that ends well."
Traitors gonna trait.