printlessfoot wrote:Hi Richard,
Thanks for providing those documents in your website that clarify the status quo of Taiwan as an ocupied territory of USA. Now according to the law of war the USA has an obligation to determine the recipient of the title to Taiwan territory. The requirement for the occupying force by the law of war to maintain a period of peaceful settlement has been met. USA government can no longer postpone their decision. It is even worse to intentionally skip any public discussion on the issue of Taiwan status. USA government has for years kept saying they don't support Taiwan independence. Ok then what exactly will USA government support about Taiwan's future status?
Hartzell wrote:In conformance with this line of thinking, we are pressing the DOD to authorize the issuance of some form of "Travel Document" to native Taiwanese persons. (Those ROC exiles who came to Taiwan in the late 1940s and early 1950s, and their descendants, will continue to use ROC passports.) In this way, native Taiwanese persons will obtain visa free travel to the USA.
raymondaliasapollyon wrote:All this talk about getting the US to grant the native Taiwanese some sort of protection and privilege due to the presumed sovereginty of the US over Taiwan is pointless.
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