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Biden Asks for Stricter Gun Control Laws: Gun Violence Had Brought Shame to the U.S.

This would be necessary, to put stricter controls on gun ownership, you do realize that, don’t you, especially, in light of the recent shooting happenings in America, and yet, those members of the N.R.A, supporters of the SECOND AMENDMENT rights are gonna, start, wailing super, duper loud now!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

As the mass shootings and murders occurred continuously in the U.S., President Biden issued the first wave of laws on stricter gun control, including the ghost guns, and assigned Chipman who’s supportive of gun control laws as the head of ATF, Biden claimed that gun violence had become an “epidemic” in the U.S. and had brought shame to the reputation of the country internationally already.

On the eighth, Biden signed six gun control executive orders at the Rose Garden.  He stated that he wasn’t breaching the Second Amendment rights of the people, “what those deceitful saying wanted us to do, is to endanger the rights of the second amendment, but I’d not changed any of the clauses of the second amendment whatsoever.”

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“It’s awkward, how people are saying what we’re doing is against the constitution”, Biden said it straight, the problems of gun violence is a matter of national emergency, an epidemic, causing $280 billion economic loss per year; in the midst of all of these laws, he’d called out to both parties of the Congress to resolve the problems with guns on the legislative front, claimed that this problem isn’t party-related.

The cases of violence involving guns are prevalent in the States, Colorado, Georgia, and the most recent, in California, the Democrats pressured Biden and his cabinet to find ways to resolve, and, Biden’s actions today, is far off from the promises he’d made from before the election, this also showed, how the President has only limited control over the matter of gun control; the WH reiterated that the issue should be resolved through amending the constitution, while the House of Representative passed the enforced background check, but the Democrats being the minorities, this doesn’t look good that the bill is going to get passed.

The measures that Biden proposed mostly came from the justice department, the head of the justice department, Garland who was attending the discussion session told, that the newest amendment included the control over the “ghost guns”, ghost guns are the gun parts bought legally, then assembled by the consumers into a weapon, these guns don’t have serial numbers and when used in a crime, it would be hard for the justice department to track down; the Department of Justice will propose the legislations of control over “ghost guns”, and within sixty days, set up the laws in regards to the control of the usage of the gun barrel, the device allows the handguns or short rifles to shoot like rifles, the gun was used in the shooting in Colorado, caused serious damages in number of deaths and injuries; at the same time, to provide more data for the gun smuggling ring as well.

and on the other side of the “fence”…

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Biden also appointed the Red Flag legislation to be suggested to the states, so the states can set up the red flag laws on gun ownership on their own, this law allows for temporarily disarming of weapons that can cause oneself or others serious bodily harm.

Also, Biden had named Chipman, who’d worked as a bomb expert in the ATF for twenty-five years as the head of ATF.  AFT is a part of the justice department, responsible for taxing the guns, the tobaccos, the arms, and to enforce the laws on such, but since 2015, there hadn’t been a set candidate to lead the department, and, the nominees didn’t pass the votes in the House since, which suggested, that the parties are having a hard time agreeing on the laws for gun control.

And that, is how this law of GUN-CONTROL is still, DEAD in the waters, because AMERICANS are all about our rights, when your rights might impede someone else’s right to life, but we the people don’t C-A-R-E, we just want to own guns, because, it’s our, SECOND Amendment rights, and Biden is going to have a HELL of a time, getting his legislation on stricter gun control laws passed all right!

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The Hardships of School Instructors Whose Schools Closed Down, with the Student Onboard Another Sinking Ship

This would be, the domino effect from the reduction of birthrates here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

After the closing down of the Nanrong Technical University, close to seven hundred students were, transferred to other schools, and there are only the officeworkers still working at the school right now, the former applied Japanese associate professor, Hsu, on the matter, of the process of the school’s closing down, still felt, quite, upset, sighed, “the students were discriminated against, bullied, the professors couldn’t find teaching positions, and some even started working in the construction sites as manual laborers now, this is what the higher up officials in the Department of Education failed to notice and see.”

Hsu told, the school not running well enough, this is only, partially the reason for why the school got closed down, but twenty years ago, the government had, encouraged the setting up of countless community colleges, technical colleges, universities, it’s the fault of the government, and yet now, the consequences are shouldered, solely, by these, private institutions of higher education; Nanrong was located in the distant regions, hard enough as is to run and operate, and under the wrong policies, with the impacts of reduction in birthrate, it’d, become an easy target of the “Vulture Group”, hard for it, not to get, closed down.  He’d only begged the Department of Education, to change the purpose of the school’s properties, to made into some other functional space, “this is what the department of education can do for these private colleges and universities.”

The school’s original associate professor from business management, Shen told, it’s hard to find another teaching job, a lot of the professors were forced to switch tracks, some became tramping professors, there were the instructors from the school who’d gone off to China, some of the professors who went to China even got called back, to the school for owing of the wages of the professors on the payroll, but “the Department of Education only allowed the professors to sue the schools that hired them.”

He’d told, that back then the students from the Department of Business Management, with the help from the Department of Education, were able to successfully transfer to another school’s business administration department to continue their education, but that school soon stopped, enrolling too, “from one sinking ship, onto, another, sinking ship.”; there were the students who had to put in the commute time of one to two hours to go to school, and in the end, the students had to, give up on their, studies altogether; and there were the students who’d told him of how they were discriminated against, bullied by the professors at their new schools that “you have no right to come to our school to study in the first place!”

After the Tourist School of Taiwan stopped operating, the students set up a self-help committee, fought to get their own graduation certificates, their degrees, from their, original, school.  The student who set up the self-help committee, Fang told, that the Department of Education demanded the board to make the donations to the school’s functions, the board didn’t, the Department of Education just chose to look the other way, allowing the board of trustees of the school to do what they will with the school.

Fang stated, that as she enrolled back in 2018, there were six departments that had stopped enrolling the new students, a lot of the students of those majors “got in and filed for transfers to another school shortly afterwards”, but she was in the community college track, and wasn’t a part of the systems back then, she’d stayed, and now, after a few years’ worth of studying, she still can’t, escape the same fates.

There’s only the restaurant and hotel management department that remained at the Langyang Technical School, and the school decided to stop enrollment for the department altogether by the end of next school year.  The parent, Yang told, that this was what they’d all expected, they weren’t surprised at all, her child is in the third-year-of the five-year degree program, and can still graduate from the school before it closes.  The professors of the school told, that there’s no debts of the school, and yet, in recent years, it’d slowly, backed itself away, out of the education forum, that the school took care of the rights of the professors on the payrolls, so, the professors hadn’t strongly objected against the school’s closing down.

And so, this, would be, a bad sort of a trend, just like how quickly from before these technical universities got set up and started operating, now, they’re all, falling left and right, due to the reduced birth rates, among other factors too, and, the students who are currently in the systems had no other option, but either to stop getting their higher education, start working, or find a way to transfer to another university that’s, not going to close anytime soon.

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The Social Workers’ Understanding of Multiple Cultures is WAY More Important than Their Bilingual Abilities to Speak & Understand English

Written by a part-time social work associate professor, on how UNREALISTIC the policy of social workers being certified in the English language truly, is, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

On the trends of globalization, and internationalization trend, to up the competitive edge internationally, the government is reinforcing the means of dual-language education, and the testing department, in correspondence with the policies, is planning on setting up the requirements to have the English language standardize tests into the requirements, as this news came, the social work realm started ranting, everybody thought this was an unreasonable rule, that it’s, incomprehensible why the government was, mandating this.  In the realms of social worker, being culturally educated is way more important than being able to speak English fluently, the testing department shouldn’t set the standardized qualifying rules for social workers to be fluent in English, to pass the English standardized tests.

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Taiwan is a multicultural community, with the foreign spouses closing in to 540,000 and those who speak Chinese close to 580,000, and this data still excludes all the foreign workers, along with the children from the foreign spouses, but, it’d been proven, that there were the problems of cross-generation upbringing, and the employment issues from the natives and the migrant families, and the rates of domestic violence, child welfare and protection are a slight bit higher in ratio too.  The population of women who are in the special conditions is higher than the other groups’, especially in recent years, the single parent families, and the cases of families on the lower end of the economic spectrum rising up fast; while the structures of social work had been providing the welfare programs to the general public, that instead, these help programs should be tailored to the varied needs of each individual and individual families specifically, and so, there’s, this necessity of the multicultural awareness and understanding.

Taiwan is now, impacted by the reduction of birthrate, the aging population, and in the implementing of the long-term care program, the trained professional social workers are, absolutely, necessary, and, yet, there’s, a very strict qualification for the certification of becoming a social worker, with the forty-five professional credits in the studies, more than four hundred hours of internship in the facilities.  And now, for the sake of “globalization” the government had added the English language qualifications exams, ignoring the local voices, can it, really, resolve the issues, it’s, quite, doubtful.

The social problems that the social workers come face to face with, in order to understand the issues with each and every case, the primary way is to get to know the values, the life experiences of the cases who are soliciting the assistance, the cultural backgrounds of the various individuals, then, they are able to, provide, the best needed, assistance to them, and so, getting these social workers trained on the multiple cultural awareness is what’s most important in the now.  Adding in the English language qualification exams, this will only drive the test takers to the cram schools, and, even if the test takers pass the exams, will they be helpful enough to the cases?  I truly suggest, that instead, “adding the language courses for the natives and the newly migrants”, to enforce the communication means of the social workers with their cases, to bring the language to everyday living, to pull the social workers closer to the cases they’re assigned to, that, is what’s, more, practical.

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And this still just showed, how UNREALISTIC the policies those lawmakers came up with, that are being signed into legislation are, unrealistic, and they’re making the social worker majors, to add on, another fifty, sixty, even seventy more hours of English courses so they can pass their English certification exams, and the writer is absolutely RIGHT, on the fact, that the government should SLASH this rule of English language evaluations, and maybe, focus on the languages of the foreign care workers, the migrant workers’ home language, that way, these social workers will be able to help assist these cases even better!

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The Prevalence of Mass Shootings in U.S. the Resolve of Guns without Solutions in America

Yeah, uh, BLAME it on the SECOND AMENDMENT, and all you, NRA fanatics here!!!  Off of the Front Page Section, translated…

On the twenty-second, a large-scale massacre happened at a Colorado supermarket, resulting in at least TEN dead, this was the SEVENTH larger-scaled massacre so far this year.

This was also, the SECOND large scale massacre that got the world’s attention in America in a week’s time.  The massage parlor shootings on the sixteenth of this month in Atlanta, Georgia by the suspect, Long, of the eight who’d died, six were, Asian females, and this had caused the protests to happen across America with the Asians in the community marching in protest against hate crimes.

Based off of USA Today, Associated Press, and the data collected by Northeastern University, the supermarket shooting in Colorado is the SEVENTH large scale massacre since the start of this year.  The database defined the massacres as other than the shooters, there are more than four deaths.

CNN reported, in this past week, there were large-scale massacres every single day, other than the eight deaths in the Atlanta shooting, Stockton, California, Houston and Dallas of Texas, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the past few days, there were the massacres of more than five deaths ongoing, thankfully, those who were shot were mostly, not fatally wounded, only two had died.

In the past decade, within a hundred kilometers radius, of where the massacres at Round Rock, Colorado, there were the multiple shocking murders locally.  Back in 1999, Columbine High School which was only fifty-kilometers away, had the massacres of a total of fifteen fatalities, and twenty-four wounded including the two shooters.  In 2012, a man took a gun into the theatre as the Batman Premiere was showing, and started shooting at random, causing twelve deaths, seventy wounded.

“We the People”…WANT GUNS!!!

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In America, gun is too easily accessible, this is one of the primary reasons for these larger-scale massacres.  The Washington Post reported, the shooter, Long of the Atlanta Massage Parlor massacre picked up a gun at the gun shop on the day he started on his shooting rampage, and, the background checks at the arms shop were only formalities, there’s no waiting to confirm if the licenses were valid, gun is given out by the store, and he took it, and headed straight to the massage parlor.

On the twenty-third, the Senate held an emergency hearting, discussing the two large-scale shootings that happened in the week, along with the matters of gun control.  The group that demanded a tougher law on gun ownership pointed out, that from 2009 to date there’d been, 246 cases of large-scale shootings, in just Colorado, on average, there are 805 people who’d died from gun violence per year.

And yet, the second amendment protected the rights of citizens from owning guns, and whenever the subject of gun control came up for discussion in the Congress, the Republicans who are in support of the Second Amendment Rights would fight it, even if the polls showed, that the supporters of both parties are onboard with the gun control laws now.

And so, this, became, a NATIONAL matter, and yeah, it is, the American citizens’ rights to OWN arms, sure, but, sometimes, guns are too easily got, you don’t even need to get thoroughly checked for any violent crimes records, you just need to get that license, which is bought with money, and you can, own one, and, you’re still, in support of your, SECOND Amendment rights?  Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the “Stand-Your-Grounds” law, but, guns are too easily accessible in America, which is precisely WHY, mass shootings are happening all over the country right now.

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Obstruction of Spousal Rights: the Harder the Individual Cheated, the More the Person’s Made to Pay in Civil Court

That ought to, TEACH you, mother FUCKING cheats, to BEHAVE your selves out there all right!  HARSHER punishment for infidelity here, protecting the rights of your spouses!!!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Last year, as the decriminalization of adultery was, signed into law, the payments in the civil courts suits became, the LAST line of defense for protecting spousal rights.  Recently, there was the famous married sports figure having been found with an unknown male out, and the rented stay of a member of the city representatives, the legal realms pointed out, that although there’s NO solid proof of adultery, but the behaviors had, breached the “rights of the spouses”  And, sorting through the related verdicts of the courts for the past two years, the more severe these breaches in spousal rights were, the amounts are higher, from thousands of dollars to millions of dollars.

In the past, on the matter of the couple’s handling cheating, because there’s a more severe mandate for what constitutes as “adultery”, so long as there are no solid evidence to prove that sexual intercourse took place, it would be, quite, difficult, for the charges of adultery to stick; as the decriminalization of adultery signed into law, the adulterers won’t get charged criminally, but, because of the civil laws protected the citizens, there are the clauses of the law, the party who was cheated on can seek out payment from the civil front.

The attorney, Wang stated, that the definition of “spousal rights” legally meant the rights protected by the law based off of ethics, of family; once one of the spouses crossed that line, then, the other party can sue the cheating party on the civil front for payment.

Based off of the verdict inquiry systems of the courts, in recent years, there was a wife who’d found her husband, flirting on LINE, his got sued, and the courts made him pay $70,000N.T.s; the wife found to have hugged and kissed a male coworker, the husband received the payments of $160,000N.T.s; the wife found the husband to have sexually illicit texts on LINE, with the photos, paid $200,000N.T.s; the husband cheated on the wife with a female employee for seven years, had twins with the female employees, the wife was paid over millions of dollars.

And this, is only, on the legal fronts, how about, the EMOTIONAL distress, the betrayals of the one getting cheated on, NO amount is, going to EVER, make UP for that, because the damage’s done already, and, there’s, just NO way that anybody, can help you make up for that, NOT even if this brand new “amendment” that enforces HARSHER punishments for the CHEATING parties, so this is just, a bullshitting law that THINKS that it can, protect spousal rights, but it can’t, not really!

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With 5,000 “Friends” on FB, but Outcast in the Class, the Façade of Social Network

So, this still showed???  Oh yeah, right: the MORE friends you have on social networks, the LESS of friends you have, that you can, physically, interact with!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Finding the Escape into the Cyber Reality, You May Just Well, “graduate” Early Out of Life

Han-Chian (a false name) has close to five-thousand friends on FB, but returning BACK to his reality, he is a “outcast” who lives on the edge of his class.  The experts observed, that as teens bump into interpersonal relations problems, they are more than likely to escape into the online world, to “start over”, but, being overly dependent on the internet, with the façade of having tons of friends, it only makes these teens more easily victimized by cyberbullying and put them in dangers of online friends, and it may well turn the internet into that FINAL straw, that crushed these teenagers’, backs.

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Han-Chian is a case that the clinical psychologist, Finance had.  Finance pointed out, a lot of the teens who are troubled emotionally, or made suicidal attempts, is not the least bit popular or personable in their realities, but their friends on FB, is maxed out on the websites, while all of these, “Face friends” aren’t real friends at all, a lot were from the random “be-friending” of unknown persons from online, and they’d, mold up the façade of them being popular by the numbers.

Finance said, the online world satisfied the teens’ psychological needs, but it’d also made the kids even more fragile, they’d lacked the ability to face up to the troubling predicaments of their lives, and effectively deal with their negative emotions, but as the teens bumped into the defeats online, like in cyberbullying, the next step may be, “I quit playing”, gradating early, from this life.

Cyberbullying is not, the most prevalent problem in the adolescents.  Based off of the survey conducted by the Child Welfare League on the matter, there are more than half of teens and children who were involved in cyberbullying, 0.36-percent had been, victimized.  In the past, the physical bullying from the schools, the students can temporarily escape from by going home, but, they can’t get rid of the shadows of cyberbullying in whole now.

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to “solidify” our “statuses” online

The head counselor of Dajr High School, Wu used a case as an example, a student got into an argument with someone, of them, one went home, and posted the matter online with a lot of, embellishments, and posted the individual’s name, and the online community used the human search engine, and found out  all of that particular student’s social network accounts, and started leaving crazy, hurtful comments on the boards, to the point of threatening the student, the school’s homepage, as well as the fans page got maxed out with the comments as well.  She said, this caused partial of the student body to show signs of severe depression, that she’d had to counsel them over and over, then they started, feeling better, and through the school and lawyers mediating, the parents of the student who made the post made a statement, to clarify what’d happened, and that, was what made the storms blow over.

The power of the online world is still, at work here, because you can easily bully someone, by getting ALL of your “friends” to un-friend someone you’re targeting, thus, isolating that individual, making the person feel oh so very much alone, and when the person heads off to school, s/he still had to put up with the whispers, the pointing at her/him, and in our teens, our hormones are, overly active, and we easily misinterpret things, and that is what causes those “fragile” “strawberries” to go, SPLAT!

All thanks, to the online world here…

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Adoptions More Difficult for Same-Sex Couples, Finding Surrogates Overseas is a Long Path

The issues that came rushing up, after same-sex marriage is signed to become, “constitutional”…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The singer, A-Mei’s agent, Chen and his lover Darren married last year, they’d posted the good news, they had a young infant son from a surrogate, it’d sparked up the debate on same sex marriage rights and surrogacy in this country.  The infertilities experts pointed out, that it’d cost three, to four million dollars for same sex couples or heterosexual couples who are infertile to find surrogates overseas, and the adoption processes of after the child gets here, is quite grueling, and the infertility experts called out to the Department of Welfare Sanitations, to amend the laws, to legalize surrogacy.

Chen told, “as I saw the photos I’d started crying aloud, instead, Darren was, quite calm”, having the same last names, they’d nicknamed their son “Chen-Chen”, and currently, the infant is still in the U.S., he said he’d already found a Taiwanese nanny locally, that a month from now, the family will be together, he can’t hold back the excitement.

The two started trying to conceive at the start of 2019, and made the selections of ova, health examinations, harvesting their sperms, testing for the matches, etc., etc., etc., in the end, Darren’s sperm was used, to match up to an Asian female’s ovum, through the legalized surrogacy in U.S., the surrogate mother gave birth to “Chen-Chen” in the U.S., Chen told, that the most difficult part of the process is the outbreaks, causing a lot of the procedures to be adjusted and adapted constantly, that the cost ran up to about $4.5 million.  Because Chen had NO childrearing experiences, he’d started looking for the advices online, and is considering taking the parenting classes, A-Mei was moved to tears, cried harder than Chen did.

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A lot of the same-sex couples are facing similar trials of life, a lot of the gay men worked up the courage to come out of the closets to their own father, and said, “no matter what, I will have an offspring, to have someone to carry the family’s last names”. The long-term advocate for legalizing surrogacy, Chiao-Tzi Chen said, this is a common difficulty faced by a lot of the homosexual men, children are an important element of a marriage and of a family, but, for the infertile couples, Taiwan makes it impossible to find surrogacy, let alone, the same-sex couples.

Lee who’s an authority in infertility said, “it costs ten thousand U.S. for one in-vitro fertilization try, if more tests are required, then, add another, twenty thousand U.S., and the families need to pay the surrogate another three million N.T.s, and the whole cost runs up to about four million N.T.s to start up.

Lee said, the surrogate mothers provided the uterus, and during the time they are carrying, their lives are, restricted, most pregnancies takes 280 days, the costs to find a surrogate in U.S. is approximately $10,000N.T. a day; if the constitution can be amended here, then with the procedures set up by the law, it can protect the rights of the surrogates, to prevent the bridge of rights of the asking party; and he’d estimated that if the surrogacy is legalized here, it would only cost a million dollars N.T. here.

Lee stated, that waiting for the birth of the child, as the couple returned back to Taiwan, they needed to file for the adoption papers, then, the same-sex couple would become, rightful parents.

then, “implanting” into a woman’s, uterus comes next…

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Chen said, from the experiences taken from U.S., because the conflicts of adoptions runs a lot higher than surrogacies, Taiwan needed to set up the fitting surrogate laws for the traditional couples here, and, as this gets set up, then, the priorities would be discussing the matters of surrogacies for the same-sex couples, and this will help reduce the problems brought on the declining birthrates.

Yeah, this is on advocating legalizing the process of surrogacy here in Taiwan, because right now, the same-sex couples are going abroad to find surrogates, because surrogacies aren’t legalized here yet, and, by legalizing surrogacy, the government is making our uteruses into “baby incubators”, when that is NOT what we women are, production MACHINES of babies, are we now?  And there are not just the legal issues, but also, the morality concerns here to be considered.

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The Judge, at the Opening of Court, Insulted the Attorney, Found to Have an Unstable Personality, Taken Off His Post of Judgeship

Shooting off his LOUD mouth, and this, is where it’d, gotten him!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The judge, Ke at the Chiaotou District Court, at the opening of a case, mocked the attorney, “you will be too foolish as to what HITS you the next life time!”, the Examination Yuan believed that Ke’s behaviors had, greatly, impacted people’s respect and trust toward the justice system, impeached him; the courts found that the root of the problem was how Ke didn’t have a stable enough personality character, and, stripped him of his judgeship, and transferred him to an alternative post in the court systems.

Ke is sixty-five-years of age, and retirement for him was, mandated, he was originally going to be given $61,034N.T. per month, and there was an extra $24,414N.T. as his retirement pension, and now, that’s all, gone after he was given the punishment.  The duties courts estimated, that there were seven counts of impeachment that Ke would be answering for.

In February, 2019, at the opening of a trial, Ke suspected the plaintiff’s attorney, Huang’s “asking for the extra notifications”, made fun, “where did you graduate from?”  “something must be wrong with your head, I’m really, in awe at all you, lawyers, where did you get your degrees?”, and asked which school Huang graduated out of.

And, on the same year, he’ had an awful attitude as he’d resided over the trial sessions in January and February, he’d cussed the defendant and the attorney out, “I’m talking to you, do you NOT get it!  Do you want another, person whom you’d, offended?  Be careful, that you might get BEATEN the next life, and not known why!”

like this, only, the lawyer is, being, “challenged” here…

Defense Attorney For Nikolas Cruz, Judge Argue In Court – YouTube

He’d used Taiwanese, to insult the various people in court, and stated, “All you contractors deserved it, it’s a wonder you don’t get paid, you can’t even do your job well enough, you don’t deserve to get paid at all!”

The duties courts believed, that Ke’s insults were, uncalled for, he’d lacked the patience, wasn’t serious enough in presiding over the cases, cussed the plaintiffs, the defendants out, to the point of attacking the individuals’ characters, that he’d breached the ethics code of conduct for court justices, and the rules of presiding over the court cases.

Ten years ago, Ke was put on ice for a whole year for his bad attitude in presiding over a case, and received low evaluation marks many times in the past, and because this was the seventh time that Ke had, breached the moral responsibilities of judgeship, the Duties Courts believed, that he’d not only, obstructed justice, and, the reason for this was his “unstable personality characteristics”, can’t control his own emotions, and should be, reprimanded.

And so, from this man’s record, he SHOULD’VE been, relieved of his duties of judge long, long ago, but, apparently, it took this long, for the justice department that enough IS enough, we won’t tolerate this sort of a bad attitude from a judge, after all, a judge is “honorable”, right?  Like, “Your Honor!”???

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Democracy Based off of the Laws, as Well as the People Too

The dissection of how people mistook DICTATORSHIP for DEMOCRACY here!  Commentaries off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

For these past few months, the politics from the other side of the Pacific developed like the reality shows of Hollywood.  Before January 6th, the most talented scriptwriters may not ever even be able to imagine the climax of how the people took over Capitol Hill.  And even as Biden took office, the sequel to “How American Fell”, the sequel may start filming soon.

In our memories, the American democracy had been a protocol of all democratic governments.  The American can hold their heads up high, tell the world, “Take from our example!”, and the Taiwanese politicians, scholars, or the talk show hosts, whenever they spoke on democracy, the answer is always: take after them!  Popular votes for the presidential elections, and the presidents can only serve two terms, with a bipartisanship legislative body, focusing on human rights.  In this standards, the previous heads of states, Chiang Kai-Shek and Chiang Ching-Kuo would receive “Fs”.

The U.S. is a first democracy that’s written its own constitution, for the over two hundred years since the beginning of the country, it had, continually, progressed!  And yet, there are, so many holes in the system.  First, the U.S. relied on the slaves of Africa, slain the natives (the war with the Indians lasted up to three hundred years on end), and, taking over Mexico, so the WHITES have everything they need.  Undeniable though, the leaderships from the elections, has its pros.  There were, surely, many outstanding heads of the states, even as the voters selected a mediocre president, the three branches were able to, even things out, so the president knew his, limits.

And yet, this system was based off of ruling by the people; with the prerequisite of the man in the seat willing to follow the rules.  But, Trump didn’t buy it, and that was when the world finally realized, that the American democracy WAS, a house of cards, with the rules set up, and those who are law-abiding, following them.  Like the inaugural address of Biden, which he’d stated, “the American democracy is something fragile AND precious!”

In fighting to gain power, the American court systems showed its independent from the legislative and the executive branches, with the mainstream media, all, keeping their guards up.  And yet, Trump was able to, split the States up just seventy-seven days after the election, holding the Republic legislators hostage, spreading the false news of how Biden had cheated in the elections.  He will continue to hold the Republican Party hostage.

The Yale History Professor, Schneider in his “American Abyss”, pointed out, that Trump had used many lies to sway the public, like how those who’d supported Hitler before he came to power.  And, after the truth was known, he worried, that American is on the verge of getting taken over by Fascism.  This sort of an end-of-the world belief, is prevalent, in the European and American media like CNN and the New York Times, a Pulitzer writer published the book, “The Sunset of Democracy” just last year.

Or maybe, a decade from now, we will find, that we’d bore witness to—the result that not everybody will feel glad over the decline of “Pax Americana”.  From how Athens was defeated by Sparta, how many democracies had been, laid, to rest, which showed, how democracy IS not the way to keep a nation going on forever, and so, how can the U.S. be the exception of that?

Looking at the U.S. now, think about Taiwan’s past, as well as its future too.  Thanks to the hard work of the DDP’s blackening, making Chiang Kai-Shek the most infamous evil in our history.  And yet, even the American democracy can become so damaged because of just one man, what reasons have we believe, that if Chiang took the gold after being defeated by China and ran off, or how the two former presidents decided to have the popular votes for presidents, the democracy of this island can continue to date?  Chiang’s rule may NOT be fitting to today’s standards, but, his ruling over the people, had made us into, who we currently, are.

He was the only one who can control the nationalist army, to fight against Mao, he’d also, put everything in education, as well as constructing the country too, based off of the book by the Harvard scholar, Tao’s “Chiang Kai-Shek’ and the Fight for Modern China”, Chiang WAS, the cornerstone of Taiwanese democracy.

“Everything has its time”.  That was, a famous line out of the Bible.  This is so with democracy too, and we can, only, follow this path onward.  The three-legged cat democracy is way more fragile compared to the American democracy, with the politicians, the talk show hosts spreading the wayward thoughts, there’s no balancing of power under Tsai’s rule.  Comparing us to Burma, we are, somehow, a richer society, that found its roots in the authoritarian eras, with the basis of implementing democracy.  Those who are singing those songs of reforms should think: how’s the outlook for the prematurely birthed, Taiwanese, democracy?

And so, this, is still how the government, ruled by Tsai (the president by the “majority”, because the majority of us who are against her rule, we don’t go to the polls?) is headed towards, and she’s still, wearing that HALO of DEMOCRACY (demoCRAZY is more like it!), and ruling this country like she OWNS it, and the people here, are just, way too, FUCKING (so???) blind to see it, and we have only ONE way to go in this country, D-O-W-N!

But hey, look on the bright SIDE, when this god DAMN country finally HIT the ROCK HARD bottom, it then has no other places to go, but U-P!  So yeah, how’s that for dissection…

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The Hatred that Got Sparked Up as MERS-CoV Outbreaks Continued

Observations, how the government here, had, managed to, manipulated the people, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

As MERS-CoV broke the boundaries of our nation, the hospitals lost control, the armed services in trial, and yet, we’d only come to know the fact, as the media press told us.  What’s even odder was, the party in power assigned Yang to the posts; but what we actually cared about is: did the commanding centers find that hole in the systems?  Dual-standards of quarantines, to affecting the sides to stand against each other, it’s NOT helping the situation, and I hope, that the president, Tsai and her officials, can stop deferring our attention.

The pilot’s contraction of MERS-CoV, the local cases started back up, the, commanding centers’ covering up the information, not making it public knowledge, the city government of Taipei, as well as the city council’s helping ourselves, the command centers threatened to sue, but, the misbehaving pilot that ran around the city, his tracks were discovered, and it’d forced the government to pay more attention.  While the hospital where the physician had contracted the virus, is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Welfare and Sanitations, and from before, someone already blew the whistles on how the clinics used the self-pay to scan for the existence of the virus; while Chen told the press to stop this witch hunt, and yet, Cheng and the DDP supported media posted the spots of contractions, the dual standards of procedures, is it crises control, or just, keeping the government officials’ titles, or, is it, protecting the citizen here in Taiwan?

The commanders’ covering up the facts, the president, the head of government officials called out, “work together, with the medial staff members, to block out the virus”, and so, Yang, who’d pressed the government hard for the answers became used, as a scapegoat; Yang’s claims sounded too harsh, but at this time, he’d become, a scapegoat for Chen’s behaviors.

The people fell into a state of panic again, the president, Tsai, and the secretary of state, Su criticized Yang for adding fuel to the flames, and helped the online army grow stronger, and there’s the reappearances of hatred and anger that got started at the beginning of the outbreaks last year.  The government claimed that it’d cherished the medical workers, and yet, the medical workers were played like pawns; the government called out to everybody to have “empathy”, in actuality, it’s trying, to get everybody onboard, to silence those who has a difference of opinion against them.

People are afraid of the virus, and the government finally found that forcefulness from before the storms of the pork with ractopamine, using the outbreaks, to spark up hatred, and this worked to soothe the minds of the government official, than finding a working cure for MERS-CoV, developing that vaccine that worked.

And so, this, is what the government’s currently doing, it’s, diverting the attention of the people, manipulating the masses, using that ONE voice, the DDPs, and the presidents, silencing ALL voices that have something different to say, and, the sad part is that the people here, don’t see anything wrong with this picture, they get comfortable, allowing the government to THINK on their behalf, instead of thinking on THEIR OWN behalves!

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