Propoganda, which means that someone influences others by illogical means or by cheats, is the condition airring in our environment. Pro-DPP newspapers tell the people that the group which is founded to oust Chen is to decontruct the economy and social stability in Taiwan. Anti-Chen newspapers inform the people that Presidential Office is the center of corruptions. Which is the correct camp to stand with?
As I said, propaganda is an immoral mean to convice others that you are correct. According to my recent observations, Pro-DPP newspapers use propaganda skills drastically. They tell us that to oust Chen is to deconstruct the democracy, that to approval the sit-in activity is to separate the humankind which is in Taiwan, that to stand with Shih is to do so with evil, and that to support Chen is to back behind Taiwan.
What stupid arguments are！
These reasoning sentences are constructed to be as ‘to … is to …’ . It means that ‘that decline to do … is that reject to do …,’ and it is my attack target. Why is that the people who back behind Taiwan must support Mr. Chen? Why is that the people who stand with Mr. Shih is by-side with evils? Why is that people who did attend the sit-in protest is the people who separate customs of Taiwan? Why is that the people who is ousting Mr.Chen is fighting against democracy? And why …
It should be an argument but it is not now. It could be logically debated in parliament, but it certainly won’t be. It could be a matter of wrongdoing or not, but it is a question of which political side you are choosing.
It was raining, but it didn’t stop them singing.
They were wet, but they were not weak.
They were retreating, but they will come back.
You are cheating the people, as your aids cheated you.
As they were chanting the song, what did you hear?
As they walked to your resident, what did you do?
As you finished your work and left your office, what did you see?
As you dinning with your love and family, did you care the wet people?
I am back with Taiwan, but not back with you.
I support Mr. Shih, but won’t do you so.
I don’t know what the meaning of ‘democracy’ is but what the meaning of ‘logical reasoning’ is.
I didn’t attend the sit-in activity, but it was my independently personal choice.
But, in conclusion, I must execute your order because you are the commander of army, navy and air forces. So, please warm the wet people, cure the wounded, listen to the voices and, the most important, care about the public.
What they urge for, what they care about, what they worry for, and what they do respect are things that we must remember and react.
Don’t you think that those are easy for you, Mr. Chen?