China News Service, May 5th. In response to the inappropriate remarks related to Taiwan released by the US media, Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, said in response to an inquiry on the 5th that the relevant reports of the US media have deliberately taken out of context and distorted the facts in an attempt to mislead the Taiwanese people and international public opinion. evil.

  A reporter asked: According to Taiwan media reports, the American magazine "The Diplomat" published an article saying that the CCP's stance on Taiwan was inconsistent and inconsistent. The CCP's stance in the critical initial period regarded Taiwanese as a unique nation, and once expressed support for Taiwan's struggle for "independence".

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  Zhu Fenglian said that the relevant reports of American magazines deliberately took out of context and distorted the facts in an attempt to mislead the people of Taiwan and international public opinion, with evil intentions.

  Zhu Fenglian pointed out that Taiwan is a part of China, which cannot be changed.

In 1895, the Japanese imperialists forcibly seized Taiwan and the Penghu Islands by means of a war of aggression, causing Taiwan compatriots to live miserably for 50 years under Japanese colonial rule.

Since its founding in 1921, the Communist Party of China has always worked tirelessly to achieve national liberation and national reunification.

In the 1920s, it actively supported Taiwan compatriots in their struggle against Japanese colonial rule.

After the September 18th Incident, he further proposed that the fate of Taiwan is closely related to the fate of the Chinese revolution.

In 1936, just after arriving in northern Shaanxi after the Long March, he took the lead in proposing to "convene the National Anti-Japanese National Salvation Congress immediately". The discussions and decisions included: breaking diplomatic relations with Japan, reclaiming lost territories, and publicly announcing that the unequal treaty between China and Japan was completely invalid.

This clearly and unmistakably shows the attitude and position of the Chinese Communist Party that advocates the abolition of the "Treaty of Shimonoseki" and the recovery of Taiwan.

On May 15, 1937, when Mao Zedong met with American journalist Nim Wells, he pointed out: "China's war of resistance requires a final victory, and the scope of this victory is not limited to Shanhaiguan, not limited to the Northeast, but also includes the liberation of Taiwan. On June 17, 1943, "Xinhua Daily" published an article entitled "Taiwan, come back to the motherland!"

"The editorial comprehensively and systematically expounded the Chinese Communist Party's political proposition on Taiwan's return to the motherland, and solemnly pointed out that "Taiwan is a part of China" and stated that "only by strengthening unity, and only by actively participating in the motherland's war of resistance and winning a complete victory, can the Japanese invaders be expelled. Leaving Taiwan and returning to the embrace of the motherland."

In August 1945, the Chinese people, together with people from all over the world, won the great victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War. Taiwan was subsequently recovered and returned to the embrace of the motherland. Afterwards, due to the continuation of the Chinese civil war and the interference of external forces, the Strait became stagnant. The two sides of the Taiwan Strait have fallen into a special state of long-term political confrontation.

Since 1949, although the two sides of the Taiwan Strait have not yet been unified, the fact that the mainland and Taiwan belong to the same China has never changed, and China's sovereignty and territory have never been divided.

The Communist Party of China has always regarded resolving the Taiwan issue and realizing the complete reunification of the motherland as its unswerving historical task, and has continuously made breakthroughs in cross-strait relations and the process of peaceful reunification of the motherland.

  Zhu Fenglian emphasized that we will unswervingly adhere to the one-China principle and the "1992 Consensus", advance the process of peaceful reunification of the motherland, and resolutely smash any "Taiwan independence" attempts.

I warn the DPP authorities and the "Taiwan independence" forces that in today's increasingly powerful mainland China, engaging in confrontation and secession is nothing but wishful thinking and can only lead to a dead end.