Summary of What do China and the U.S. each want from the visiting Taiwanese presidents?

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The video discusses the recent visits of the Taiwanese president to China and the US, as well as the motivations behind each country's actions. The speaker notes China's desire for unification through united front work and infiltration, as well as the CCP's efforts to discredit the US and spread propaganda to create mistrust among Taiwanese people. The speaker also suggests that the West could help Taiwan by limiting investments in mainland China to prevent the CCP from gaining support through money. Additionally, the speaker discusses reasons behind the US's cautious approach to the visit and suggests that it takes an unconventional person to handle the CCP effectively, which may make Biden's diplomatic style less effective.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the recent diplomatic relations between Honduras and China, which coincided with the visit of the current Taiwanese president to the US. The speaker shows a social media post by a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson, highlighting China's growing diplomatic relationships with other countries while Taiwan's diplomatic relationships have decreased. However, the speaker argues that the increased number of diplomatic relationships come with a cost, and in the case of Honduras, it amounts to a total of 2.45 billion dollars. Taiwan had been providing aid to Honduras annually but did not agree to the country's increased demands.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the background information leading up to the visits of the Taiwanese presidents to China and the US. The DPP and KMT parties are each trying to gain support for the 2024 presidential election. China's aim is to achieve unification through its united front work, which involves infiltration. My Angel's visit to China was planned to hedge against Ty's US visit, and his family has been a target of China's united front work due to his father's influence, who visited China twice in 1995 and 2005/2015. The CCP arranged for My Angel's father to give speeches in China and presented carefully selected questions to please him, leading him to believe that the CCP is capable of unifying China.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the transcript covers the background of President Ma's daughters and their alleged relationship with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), particularly with a Chinese explosive expert, Tai Guacham. The CCP had used Tai to design numerous fireworks, including those used in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. State media had announced that Ma's daughters were connected to the same company that designed the fireworks for the PRC's founding celebrations, which eventually fueled rumors that their job offer came from CCP agents to influence President Ma. When Ma visited China, he claimed it was a private visit, but it garnered publicity for Beijing since Ma was the highest Taiwanese official to visit China. While Ma's office had requested CCP to provide the chairman with the courtesy he deserves, CCP issued a 94-word statement that didn't mention any of his titles or positions.
  • 00:15:00 In this section of the transcript, the focus is on the contrasting treatment of former Taiwanese President, Ma Ying-jeou, during his visit to China with that of former Vice Chairman of Taiwan in 2005. Ma, who is currently trying to help the KMT win back the presidency, received a less-than-warm welcome from Chinese officials, with a deputy minister-level official greeting him at the airport. This is in stark contrast to the former Vice Chairman who received a red-carpet welcome and a speech at the airport upon arrival. Some people suggest that Beijing deliberately gave Ma a disrespectful welcome because they wish to stay neutral and avoid the perception of being pro-KMT. However, this could backfire as Taiwanese voters may perceive this as an insult to their former president.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, it is noted that Taiwan's President, Tsai Ing-wen, used the term "Republic of China" during his trip to mainland China. This has been seen as a brave move by some, as it signifies Taiwan's sovereignty. However, his visit to a Covid-19 museum and his praises of China's handling of the pandemic have caused concern among Taiwanese voters. It is suggested that the most significant event to watch out for during his trip is whether he will meet with Wang Huning to discuss the new platform for Taiwan's unification with China. Ma Ying-jeou is touted as the perfect ambassador for this platform due to his advocacy for peaceful unification.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the video discusses the visit of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen to the US and the reasons why it is different from previous visits. The visit, which is her seventh as head of state, is said to feel more like an official visit to the US than a private one due to its high profile nature. Tsai's plane was escorted by US F-16 fighter jets, and she stayed at a high-end hotel in Manhattan where she attended a welcome reception with hundreds of Taiwanese. She also received a Global Leadership Award and gave a formal speech at the Hudson Institute. This visit comes at a sensitive time in US-China relations, and both countries want to appear low-key in accommodating the visit. However, the US State Department canceled a briefing by the assistant Secretary of State for Asia Pacific Affairs just 23 minutes before it was scheduled to happen, adding to the unusual nature of the visit.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the transcript excerpt discusses the cancellation of the meeting of the Taiwanese president with the US government and the possible reasons for the sudden change in plan. Despite the cancellation, some may still have private meetings with the Taiwanese president to prevent provoking China. Additionally, the CCP has been spreading propaganda to create mistrust in the US as a potential defender of Taiwan due to historical abandonment in the past. The US government should be aware of these concerns and work to dispel Taiwanese fear and mistrust to prevent falling into the CCP's trap.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speaker discusses how the Chinese government has been discrediting the US by creating a narrative that they are trying to solve the ongoing dispute between Taiwan and the US. The speaker thinks that the US government should make an effort to gain the Taiwanese people's trust. Additionally, the speaker shares about the protests in New York during the Taiwanese president's visit, where protesters were paid by the Chinese consulate. The speaker suggests that the West can help Taiwan by stopping investments in mainland China because the CCP only gains support by using money, and this would limit their resources to harm Taiwan. The speaker also advises not to engage with the CCP unless you know how to deal with them effectively, as they can manipulate people easily.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, the speaker notes an incident in which a busload of Taiwanese reporters going to the same destination as the Taiwanese president got lost in the traffic and missed the train. This incident raises doubts as to whether the CCP's logistics are intentionally causing chaos. The speaker then responds to a viewer's question about why China's economy has not crashed despite predictions of its downfall. Two reasons given are that the Western money keeps investing in China and its controlled economy allows the government to have access to private money. The speaker also addresses the issue of high unemployment in China, especially among the youth, and notes that China is facing a problem similar to what it experienced after the Cultural Revolution.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, the speaker discusses China's potential problem with a large population of unemployed young people and suggests that Xi Jinping may have to send them to rural areas to address labor shortages. The USA, on the other hand, is unlikely to make a show of confronting the CCP over Taiwan during President Tsai's visit, and President Biden may not meet with her publicly. The speaker also addresses the idea of the yuan becoming the reserve currency and suggests that it may just be a propaganda tactic by China, as countries can only use it with China and its exchange rate is still determined by the US dollar.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, the speaker discusses what the CCP fears the most in China. He believes that in theory, the CCP fears faith because they want people to brainwash themselves and blindly believe in communism. In practice, the CCP fears Falun Gong, which was popular and is still being practiced in China. This is in addition to the ethnic groups in China, who the CCP is also more afraid of, as opposed to the Han people who they tend to be able to control better.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, the speaker discusses their perspective on former US President Trump's policy towards China. The speaker's understanding is that prior to Trump, U.S. presidents did not know how to handle the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) effectively, while Trump dealt with the CCP better by starting the trade war and being unafraid to speak against it. The speaker thinks it takes an unconventional person to deal with the CCP, and Biden's style of diplomacy may not work well with it. The speaker thinks that they are looking for someone to handle China effectively and that politics weigh the US down, while they remain unaware of other aspects of the job.

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The speaker in the video shares his views on China's understanding of market economics and American politics, highlighting the loopholes the Chinese government has taken advantage of in the system. He emphasizes opposing the Chinese Communist Party and its controlling system instead of any particular individual, urging viewers to remain open-minded in evaluating geopolitical events and understanding the CCP's agenda. He also discusses China's response to a recent law passed by the U.S. Congress, highlighting China's silence on the matter and the difficulties it poses for the CCP to receive IMF and World Bank funding. The speaker suggests that China needs wise suggestions rather than emotional reactions.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses his views on the Chinese government's understanding, or lack thereof, of market economics, claiming that Chinese officials do not truly understand how to run a market economy. On the other hand, he suggests that they do understand American politics well and have taken advantage of loopholes in the system. The speaker further clarifies his stance on opposing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the system controlling China, rather than any particular individual. He emphasizes the importance of remaining open-minded in evaluating geopolitical events and understanding the CCP's agenda.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses China's response to a recent law passed by the U.S. Congress, which will no longer designate China as a developing country. The speaker notes that China’s Foreign Ministry has been quiet on the matter because either condemning or welcoming the law would be detrimental to China’s chances of receiving funding from the IMF and World Bank. The speaker points out that this puts the CCP in a difficult position and suggests that China needs wise suggestions rather than emotional reactions.

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