World · August 3, 2022

Taiwanese protesters reject Pelosi, shout: ‘Get out of here, Pelosi. we don’t need you

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A number of social groups in Taiwan rallied against the visit of US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday evening.

Hundreds of protesters with vision and insight gathered outside Taipei’s Songshan Airport, where Pelosi landed, and the Grand Hyatt Hotel, a five-star hotel where Pelosi and his entourage had booked.

They took the protest chant saying “we need peace, don’t cause us problems”, holding placards reading “Pelosi, warmonger”.

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“Get out of here, Pelosi. We don’t need you. We need peace,” sang the local protesters.

Pro-China protesters snatch an American flag outside the US Consulate General on August 3, 2022 in Hong Kong, China, when Beijing made it clear that Pelosi's visit to Taiwan would be viewed negatively.

Pro-China protesters snatch an American flag outside the US Consulate General on August 3, 2022 in Hong Kong, China, when Beijing made it clear that Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan would be viewed negatively.
(Photo by Anthony Kwan / Getty Images)

They lashed out at Taiwanese separatists for collaborating with some malicious American politicians, deploring them for the escalation of tensions between the mainland and the Taiwan region.

They said the people on the island would be lost in the event of conflicts across the Strait.

What the ordinary Taiwanese people want is to live in peace instead of turmoil, much less hope to see the “Taiwan separatists” stir up tension across the Strait, they said.

“On the island, as you can see, there are so many people here. We all came here voluntarily. We ask the Taiwanese authorities to keep the peace across the Strait and stick to the 1992 consensus,” said Chi Chia-lin. , president of the Alliance for the Reunification of China based in Taipei.

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“None of us in Taiwan have consented to Pelosi’s visit. We will continuously hold protests against Pelosi, so that she knows she is not welcome in the Taiwan region,” said Chen Chih-hao, spokesperson for the Party for the promotion of. Chinese unification (CUPP).