The ultimate party spirit advocated by the Chinese Kuomintang is, of course, the 72 martyrs of Huang Huagang. To be a martyr there must be a ruthless demon as an enemy; otherwise, like Don Quixote, the turning windmill is the sworn Lord Voldemort. The Huanghuagang martyrs have a corrupt Manchu dynasty as their target, long live the revolution, and the rebellion is justified. Does such a dynasty exist in Taiwan today? Of course, the Chinese Kuomintang said: Don't we have an English-speaking Empress Dowager Cixi? The DPP government is the primary enemy of
the Chinese Kuomintang's "conflict between the enemy and us", and it is by no means the Communist Party that has a conflict with the Kuomintang. Therefore, the Kuomintang wants to restore the inherent party spirit of its members, not to sms services ask what the party can do for you, but to ask what can you do for the party? What we can do for the party, of course, is to overthrow the "slave" or "imperial" regime and sweep it into the garbage heap of history. Will the spirit of Martyr Huang Huagang be like what the Chinese Kuomintang expects, the life plan of the new generation in Taiwan?
The fact is, to overthrow the DPP regime, you don't need to write a "letter of farewell to your wife." As long as the people are "dry" and go to the polling station to vote for the Kuomintang, it is as easy as raising their hands. It is absolutely unnecessary like the revolutionary martyrs attacking the Governor's Palace in Guangzhou. Heroic, liver and brain rubbed the ground! So, why does the Chinese Kuomintang still promote the party spirit of the Kuomintang? The reason is that they live, or want to live in the "revolutionary century", so their lives will have glorious meaning: the century-old party must have great achievements in history, enough to be the law for all generations, and the new generation will make it accordingly. to discover the value of life. That's why there is a saying that "the revolution has not succeeded,