Taiwan Stands up to be Counted: Protest in Taipei on May 17
Wednesday May 13, by Jerome F. Keating Ph.D.
Are you fed up with the erosion of justice in Taiwan?
Are you fed up with the lack of government transparency in its dealings with China?
Are you fed up with the lack of economic leadership and results in Taiwan?
Are you fed up with the re-introduction of a police state?
Are you fed up with the way the media is being constricted?
Are you fed up with 6-3-3 and all the false promises of the Phony Pony?
Then come out and protest on May 17th. So rings the cry in Taiwan.
This Sunday afternoon, May 17, the people of Taiwan will take to the streets in Taipei to voice their dissatisfaction with Ma Ying-jeou, his poor leadership and the dangerous direction he is leading the country. It took less than a year for them to see through Ma's double-speak and horsing around. The people wanted progress not platitudes. Sunday they will speak their minds.