With the 2020 Taiwan leader elections approaching, the DPP will begin to frequently recruit cross-strait relations, the worst of which is to accelerate the formulation of the "reverse infiltration law." Since claiming to have a majority of seats in the legislature, the DPP authorities have recently announced several times that the "Reverse Infiltration Law" will be forcibly passed on December 31, causing widespread concern across the Taiwan Strait. This article focuses on analyzing the political intent of the DPP to push for the "reverse penetration law."
The people on both sides of the strait have long anticipated that the DPP will provoke cross-strait relations. After all, this is the DPP's consistent approach. However, the strong push for the "Reverse Osmosis Law" this time still made the public surprise. Specifically, the DPP relies on most of the advantages of the "Legislative Yuan" to do whatever it wants, while the "Reverse Infiltration Law" and "legislative" process are rude and relevant regulations are vague. The "Reverse Penetration Law" generally involves the election of leaders and public officials in Taiwan, referendum, lobbying, rallying, etc. It is regarded as the most important area of "Reverse Penetration". The so-called "source of infiltration" refers to China's undoubtedly, because this "bill" itself is the former "Chinese Communist Party's Act". The scope of the "Bill" refers to all organizations and personnel involved in cross-strait exchanges and exchanges. At the same time, "instruction, commission or funding" received from the so-called "source of infiltration" can be used as a basis for "conviction", and Taiwan authorities "organs at all levels" have the right to actively transfer or send letters.
Once this "reverse penetration law", which points to clear and ambiguous content, is passed, it will undoubtedly logically open the door to the "Taiwan independence" forces such as the DPP. Vagueness in relevant regulations has left great discretion for the implementers. For example, institutions and groups that interact with the mainland, as well as individuals and behaviors that involve cross-strait exchanges, may become targets of "Taiwan independence" forces. In the case of a vague definition, the administrative authorities and specific political figures can precisely strike against alien forces according to their own wishes. This is also the cause of the panic caused by the "Reverse Osmosis Law" in Taiwan. Such a "legal" document with a very wide range of restrictions but sparse content is tantamount to opening the door of convenience for future unprovoked weaving.
But this panic is exactly what the DPP wants. With the introduction of such a "legal" document at this point in time, the main goal of the DPP is to create tension among the people, thereby intimidating KMT supporters. In formulating this so-called "law," the DPP may not necessarily be unaware of the difficulties of implementation. After all, the huge number of people involved in cross-strait exchanges and interactions will trigger a considerable rebound. However, from the perspective of the DPP, the people involved in the "Reverse Penetration Law" did not have much to vote for the DPP, and their emotions reflected that the DPP didn't care; The main axis of the war is drawn to the cross-strait confrontation direction set by the party. The DPP hopes to launch election mobilization on a hostile structure that it is familiar with and adept at operating.
Furthermore, it is clear that the DPP has the intention to use the election to establish a "firewall system" that compresses cross-strait exchanges and cooperation. The DPP has long wanted to cut off cross-strait exchanges and block all channels of cross-strait exchanges and cooperation. However, given the closeness of cross-strait relations, especially economic relations, they are afraid to act rashly and can only use small jogging Advance forward. On the whole, the DPP has never given up its policy goals of gradually closing the door of cross-strait exchanges and cooperation and gradually reducing the space for cross-strait exchanges and cooperation. This has been quite obvious in the four years since the DPP came to power, but at the juncture of the election, the DPP has accelerated this process in order to mobilize votes.
For a long time, the core of the DPP's political success is to use differences to build hatred and then construct a confrontational structure, and then use this structure for political mobilization and political gain. The fact that the DPP is incapable of governing and competing immensely strengthens the path dependence on this adversarial mobilization. Therefore, it can be seen that in the development history of the DPP, as long as elections and other important moments are reached, the party will sacrifice tactics of adversarial mobilization. This time is no exception. The strong push for the "reverse infiltration method" is, in fact, constructing and strengthening the hostile sentiment of the mainland and hostile cross-strait exchanges among the people of Taiwan. Therefore, Qiu Kunxuan, an emeritus professor at the East Asia Institute of the Taiwan University of Political Science, recently stated that the operation of the DPP in this election is the most vivid example of hurting democracy and tearing society apart. Cheng Siyan also, in the phrase.
The DPP has pushed for the anti-infiltration law, and the intention of the election operation is very obvious. It can only be seen from the strong backlash in public opinion that stealing chickens will not result in eclipse, and the vast number of Taiwan compatriots involved will definitely express their dissatisfaction with votes. The strong push for the "Reverse Osmosis Law" also reflected the DPP's worry and anxiety about the election situation. Lu Xiulian asked: "Since Cai Yingwen has a very high opinion poll, what is she afraid of?" Perhaps the DPP is stepping down to build an arsenal for the defeat and reserve system resources for long-term hype.
In any case, the DPP's strong push for the "Reverse Osmosis Law" is already a must for Wang Ba-it is ironed that he wants to reach the bottom of the cross-strait relations to the end. However, with the DPP ’s widely criticized governance performance in Taiwan for the past four years, if it can be elected only through speculation and confrontation and advocating "dried mango" (a sense of national despair), this is undoubtedly insulting the IQ of the people of Taiwan. Can be rocked to the feet. (The author is Chen Xing, a professor at the Taiwan Research Institute of Beijing Union University)
Source: China News Network