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洪仲丘‘s death revealed a twisted logic – Only in Taiwan December 21, 2013

Posted by hslu in Taipei, Taiwan.
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Let me know what do you think about this news appearing on America’s major newspapers:

US Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, resigns because a slightly overweight Army sergeant died due to hazing by his fellow soldiers .

Hagel doesn’t know any of the characters and he has no relationship with any of the soldiers who committed the crime.

Well? What do you think? Shall Hagel be responsible for that sergeant’s death?

Of course not!

Well, not so in Taiwan.

Taiwan’s defense secretary had sent in his resignation due to the death of  洪仲丘, an Army sergeant. Taiwan has this twisted logic that people high, high and high up in the chain of command are also responsible for any misdeed committed by the lowest people who worked for him. This was demanded by the Taiwanese people. Taiwan has sunk to this level because the Taiwan’s so-called democracy and liberty to express themselves.

Look for yourself:

Taiwan's defense secretary didn't have to resign because the president asked him to stay. Well, he had to bow because he was deemed of lack of leadership. 马英九 had to bow too。He has perfected the practice and he knew how to be sincere: by counting numbers from 1 to 10. He'll stayed in a deep bow position for at least some number of seconds to express his sincere sorrow. This is Taiwan. A twist logic that drove the people to insanity.

Taiwan’s defense secretary didn’t have to resign because the president asked him to stay.
Well, he had to bow because he was deemed of lack of leadership.
马英九 had to bow too。He has perfected the practice and he knew how to be sincere: by counting numbers from 1 to 10. He’ll stayed in a deep bow position for at least some number of seconds to express his sincere sorrow.
This is Taiwan.
A twist logic that drove the people to insanity.

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