Key CCP Influence Organ Approves Execution ‘Blacklist’ for ‘Taiwan Separatists’
By Jimmy Quinn
March 6, 2023
A key organ within the Chinese Communist Party’s governance system has approved a resolution calling for the creation of execution lists of Taiwanese figures for occupying Chinese forces to hunt down following a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, a former Chinese diplomat said today.
Zhou Xiaoping, controversial wolf warrior author, sponsored a resolution at CPPCC for China to set up a black list of “Taiwan separatists” to be killed during China’s Special Military Operation against Taiwan pic.twitter.com/tREbWAh6Bl
— 杨涵 Han Yang (@polijunkie_aus) March 6, 2023
Zhou, in a post to the social-media site Weibo, discussed his CPPCC proposal to order the creation of a “Taiwan Province Separatist Forces Blacklist” to be posted publicly, according to a translation of his post by Han. This would be a list of Taiwanese individuals to be hunted down and killed in the aftermath of an invasion. The CPPCC’s annual meeting began over the weekend.
Zhou further wrote that the figures on the blacklist, under his proposal, would be ordered to stop advocating Taiwan’s independence, “confess their crimes,” and surrender.
“If these people persist in their wrong and continue to create division and cause cross-strait conflict, then during our special operations against Taiwan, anyone can arrest or kill them, not only without any responsibility, but also receive the Medal of Honor for Promoting Unification,” he added. It’s noteworthy that Zhou’s use of “special operation” apes the euphemism that Russian leaders used for their invasion of Ukraine.