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Hey, Had Enough of the KMT?

May 17, 2009
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Hey, had enough?

Since President Ma has assumed the presidency, 1 million people are out of work and the unemployment rate has risen to 6%.

– However –

According to the Liberty Times (April 2009), the son of Chiang Pin-kung, Chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, has invested heavily in China.

It was revealed in the June 2008 issue of Wealth Magazine that Lien Sheng-wen, KMT Standing Committee Member, and his friends have established a trust fund to invest heavily in China.

The Liberty Times (April 2009) reported that the wife of National Security Advisor Su Chi is selling high-end appliances in China.

Had enough?
Taiwanese are suffering while the privileged few are stuffing themselves.

Oppose China, Protect Taiwan

The people are standing up gainst the “martial law edition” of the Parade and Assembly Law.

517 March to Protect Taiwan
See you on Ketagalan Boulevard in Taipei!!

***Note***

The phrase “呷飽沒” (pronounced “jia ba boe”) in Taiwanese is a traditional greeting, similar to “How are you doing?” However, it literally means, “Have you eaten yet?” or “Are you full?” Here, the expression is used to ask viewers if they’ve “had enough” of the KMT government and its privledged few.


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 19, 2009 11:44 am

    Who does the music in this ad?

    Tim Maddog

    • May 19, 2009 10:55 pm

      We checked with our colleagues who made the commercial, and they said that they need to keep the identity of the musician a secret, as he fears retribution from the KMT.

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