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引用文章不分青紅皂白,各打五十大板,聯網以為這就是所謂公平處置嗎?

 

您沒注意到我的重點。太公是說﹐聯網是網民知識情感的交集所﹐其中的行為互動的模式﹐是心理『內化』及『外現』的﹔在聯網的表現﹐即人心的反映﹐與聯網外的作為﹐是無法截然一刀切﹐在聯網起乩﹐也會在台灣『起肖』。

對聯網﹐各位敢批敢要求﹔為何在城市裡﹐見不公封建﹐就是說『市長有絕對權』﹐如太公在皂市﹐近一週﹐被以吵架刪文抹黑﹐國人就是平時滿口仁義﹐關鍵時自掃門前雪﹐那有人像諸君在這兒﹐向聯網吐糟﹖這與中國文化傳統有關﹐但扯遠矣﹗

如果到教堂﹐大頌佛經﹐只會有人說您『不能入境隨俗』﹐看到純謾罵的文章﹐也腦筋『秀的』﹐大言『言論自由』。不會有人站出來﹐向市長反應正義的要求﹐那當然『言之成理』﹐各城都變成『一言堂』﹐也是自然﹔這樣的總架構﹐以及腐儒行為﹐是反其大道﹐捨本逐末﹐枝節修整﹐能追求想要的自由正義﹖

太公在聯網快兩年﹐經歷多次城市暴力及群架圍歐﹐也很累了﹗難怪不少有理性的網友會選擇離開﹖

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引用文章中華人民共和國﹐簡稱中國﹐可簡稱中華民國。

 

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1. 两岸同属一个中国,两岸人民均同时拥有对岸主权。

2. 北京和台北为互不隶属的两个政治实体,当前中国未完全统一。将来两岸是走向统一还是走向分裂,要依靠两岸人民的智慧来解决。

3. 当前客观现状下,由其中一个政治实体代表全中国参与国际事务可以理解,但应该照顾到对岸人民参与国际事务的愿望。

4. 涵盖台湾和大陆的新的政治实体,需要两岸人民共同协商产生。

我們大陸人也是中華民國的子民
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說得真好,憑什麼取消我們大陸人的子民資格?就算中華民國要解散,都要取得全體中華民國人民的同意.

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Belgium's Identity Crisis

A Sign of Things to Come for the European  (China) Union?

Belgium, a model of European democracy, is experiencing a long, arduous political crisis that raises the question: Will the European (ET says: how about China and Taiwan) Union face similar impasses?

BY RYAN P. DENEE

A drive through the countryside of Belgium is a unique and relaxing experience not soon forgotten. The scenic tree-lined roads, with trunks sometimes inches from the pavement, are an expression of order and natural beauty. The branches springing from opposing sides of the road intertwine to form a comforting tunnel of lush foliage.

 

Belgium’s government is in political gridlock, threatening to split the nation in two.

Source: MCT

Beyond the roadside are vibrant green meadows, another facet of the country’s beauty. Fields dotted with grazing cows and wildflowers are pleasing to the eye. A walk through the serene, mature forests provides the opportunity for quiet contemplation.

The villages and towns are also welcoming. The narrow, cobbled roads wind by small yet practical and pleasant homes. The cafés offer the chance to sit and relax with a sandwich and a glass of locally-brewed ale while watching passersby.

A stroll through bustling downtown Brussels, the nation’s capital, which is lined with a variety of shops and stylish boutiques, is also a memorable experience. In particular, chocolate shops provide a treat that is world-renowned. The center of the city, like many of Europe’s great cities, offers visitors an open square, with beautiful, old and intricate architecture on every side, four to five stories high. The famous Brussels waffles (known as Belgian waffles in North America) are sold from small stands, offering pedestrians the unmatched taste of crisp yet soft dough smothered in rich whipped cream.

This is Belgium.

Yet this seemingly idyllic, peaceful country has just experienced an unprecedented political crisis.

Government Breakdown

From the national elections in June 2007 through late December, the country was without a government. For more than six months, disagreeing politicians and parties were unable to form a coalition to lead Belgium.

On December 19th, the king of Belgium intervened to help create an interim government that will serve the country for three months. In effect, the parties that were elected by the people of Belgium on June 10, 2007, remain unable to form a coalition.

A country with over 10.5 million people is sorely divided—to the point that the government has become paralyzed. A highly developed, modern country and democracy has been unable to produce leadership for the nation for almost 200 days.

This tiny land, nestled between France to the south, the Netherlands to the north, and Luxembourg and Germany to the east, has garnered international attention because of this crisis. Many cannot believe this is happening. Others wonder why it is taking place. Some, understanding the country’s differing peoples, suggest that Belgium should be dissolved. Others fear this possibility.

Why has this happened in such a seemingly tranquil country? How could this happen in a stable Western democracy in the developed world? What can be learned from such a high-profile social/political experiment that has led to a sovereign nation being without a government for half a year?

And what does this mean for the rest of Europe (the world, such as China and Taiwan)?

A Brief History

Belgium was created by Britain in the 1830s. The northern Flemish region (predominantly Dutch-speaking) was combined with the southern Walloon region (largely French-speaking). Arguably, this was beneficial to the region at large, but not without consequences for the people living within its borders.

In the 19th century, the Walloon region had many natural resources. As a result, the Walloons were the wealthy people of the land. In effect, they dominated the country at the time, with many looking down on the Flemish with an air of superiority. In fact, it was not until well over 100 years later that Dutch became an official language.

In the latter half of the 1800s, as a fledgling nation, the Belgian government had to quickly gain the loyalty of its diverse citizenry. This happened through massive public work schemes, trade unions, nationalized industries and social security networks. Quickly, the entire government became a mechanism to reallocate wealth—in effect, buying the support of the people.

Over time, this caused the Flemish to become more prosperous. When some of the resources ran out in the French-speaking south, the north quickly became the wealthier region. Today, the Walloon region produces only 24% of the GDP, while representing 33% of the population. This change in economic strength, among other factors, has fueled a significant level of division between these two groups.

Consider the layers of government necessary to appease two distinct groups of people who would not agree—who would not put the other’s interests ahead of their own. In many regards, the government structure became a tangled, monolithic bureaucracy.

The current federal government is comprised of no less than 11 political parties. But these are regional, not national. In a nation where voting is mandatory, people tend to vote along linguistic boundaries. There are several parties with differing political platforms represented in Fleming, and there are several in Walloon, also with differing platforms. This means that a majority government is almost impossible. Coalitions must be established, in an attempt to “fairly” represent these two disagreeing groups of people. This has ultimately led to a tremendous stalemate—the recent inability of the government to form over a period of six months is a case in point.

One of the basic elements of the latest dispute is that the Flemish no longer want to subsidize the southern Walloon region. They are seeking a larger voice on how their money is spent. Those in the Walloon region do not see a need to change the status quo, leaving the opposing sides in uncompromising positions.

In summary: two peoples—two languages—and one struggling, crippled government.

This has led many to wonder if the country should split. Some have suggested that the Dutch-speaking region merge with the Netherlands and the French-speaking with France. Certain separatists have loudly cried for independence, but polls indicate that the majority of Belgians do not want to divide.



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如果人人如您﹐也如當年我的宋長官楚公﹐太公拼死這條老命﹐也不會喊一句累的。當年﹐太公對外交部長丁長官說﹕『我這麼賣力為國家﹐並不奢求掌聲﹔但是至少不要又狠又猛打我屁股。我不幹了﹐可以嗎﹖』

面對皂市馬神幫的圍攻﹐我已經有重大決定﹐也已部分決行﹔太公拒絕再看『宋高宗』(馬阿Q)﹐您也不可能在皂市看到我啦﹗



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老丏兄言﹐確實讜論。聯網提供場所﹐讓國人炒菜﹔而今﹐大家不敢對聯網惡霸山頭抗議﹐走出一言堂﹐發揚紅衫精神﹐讓貪腐妄愚受到鄙視唾棄﹐自甘為順民酸儒﹐沒做自已該做的事﹐卻反過來只責怪聯網。

這片土地﹐要如何耕耘﹐主要是靠大家﹔正如國家﹐是以人民為基礎。只是人人坐而不行﹐怎辦﹖就任今家園荒蕪﹐太公反正在美﹐不見不煩也。

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大家都是成人 至少 是自己花錢上網 才來到聯網

這裡已經不是學校 有老師管所有同學的行為

聯網的重點 在於增加聯合報銷路 有此認知 就可以瞭解 聯網少管網友行為的初衷

老丐也曾大戰數位網友 也有些與聯網很熟悉的網友 因為被老丐照妖鏡定身 放棄帳號

老丐的氣象紀錄臺 有些存檔 已多年不管事 卻也在二月 造成兩大公害帳號停權

大家好好寫文章 別管他人啦

寫得好滴 老丐送個麥哥獎!

至於那些陷阱, 躲開, 也就好啦!





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