China News Service, Beijing, December 1st, title: "Taiwan independence" funders are not allowed to seek profit and build a cross-strait common market, and they should go hand in hand.

  China News Agency reporter Rong Haisheng

  Taiwan's Far East Group, which is involved in investment in the mainland for violations of laws and regulations, was recently investigated and punished.

Public opinion at home and abroad has pointed out that the relevant punishment means that the mainland has taken action to cut off the golden vein of "Taiwan independence".

On the other hand, people from all walks of life should also realize that building a cross-strait common market is also a policy direction that the mainland has adhered to for a long time.

  The reason for not allowing "Taiwan independence" gold masters to seek profit is to promote peaceful reunification; the construction of a cross-strait common market is related to cross-strait integration and development.

The two go hand in hand.

  The investigation and punishment of the Far East Group is directly related to the mainland's earlier statement that "Taiwan independence diehard affiliated companies and financial owners will never be allowed to profit from the mainland."

Will the second and third batch of die-hards list be released in the future?

What impact will it have on the words and deeds of the "Taiwan independence" politicians in the DPP who touched the "red line"?

The policy situation is still developing.

  For a period of time, various specious remarks have been made.

Su Zhenchang, who was on the list of the first "Taiwan independence" diehards, said that the mainland "turned over when you say you turn your face" to Taiwanese businessmen; the DPP member who reportedly received high political donations from the Far East Group on behalf of Zheng Yunpeng, ignored the so-called "(investigation and punishment) "The contribution of Taiwanese businessmen to China's economy" and other arguments; there are also opinion leaders "He Xi Ni" who argued that "If you don't give the DPP'member money', it will be difficult for companies to survive."

  According to public opinion, the so-called "betting on both sides of blue and green" is a way for Taiwanese companies to survive and make profits in Taiwan's party struggles, which seems understandable.

However, when the DPP politicians with "Taiwan independence" as their signature, they not only consume the so-called "anti-China and protect Taiwan" internally, but have provocatively created "one China, one Taiwan" internationally, and cooperated with foreign forces to endanger the security of the Taiwan Strait. ; At this time, sponsoring them is suspected of indirectly participating in separatist activities.

  It is a matter of cross-strait peace and the well-being of the people, and there must be right and wrong.

On November 30, Xu Xudong, chairman of Far East Group, contributed to the media, expressing his opposition to "Taiwan Independence", supporting the one-China principle and the "92 Consensus."

The mainland public opinion field has noticed this positive development.

  At the same time as the punishment of the Far East Group, representative experts in the economic and trade fields on both sides of the strait recently jointly participated in the "Cross-Strait Common Market Haihe Forum" in Tianjin, "promoting Taiwan's superior industries to participate in the mainland's new economic market innovation system", and "Further implementation and promotion of the cross-strait common market are highly positive. Propositions such as "to meaning" are the intersection of both parties.

At another cross-strait forum, Zhao Jianmin, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Chinese Culture University in Taiwan, stated that cross-strait economic and trade reached an unprecedented US$266.2 billion in the first 10 months of 2021, an increase of 27.8% over the same period last year. Taiwan’s surplus with the mainland reached US$139.4 billion.

This is a very large amount of economic and trade exchanges, and it is also a very important stabilizing force between the two sides of the strait.

  To lay the cornerstone of peace and stability and achieve common economic prosperity, it is necessary to build a cross-strait common market, and it is also necessary to abandon the impact and turbulence created by the "Taiwan independence" split.

Over the years, Taiwanese companies have been clearly aware of the fact that they have traveled across the strait and expanded their industrial footprint in a complex internal and external environment.

As a representative group in Taiwan’s business industry, Lin Bofeng, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, recently responded clearly to the media that the violation of the Far East Group’s investigation and punishment is a case and will not affect the willingness of Taiwanese businessmen to invest.

  The tension in the Taiwan Strait has long worried the world.

It can be expected that the mainland will continue to have precise policy tools for the persevering "Taiwan independence" elements, and it will never stop at blocking the golden vein.

The closer economic and trade relations between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait and the goal of a common market are also the proper meaning of cross-strait integration and development, and it is by no means blocked by "Taiwan independence" politicians.