The Taiwanese president warned people that the Chinese administration had launched a psychological warfare campaign against an independent island at midnight on April 15.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen Clarification The psychological warfare initiated by the Chinese administration against Taiwan was difficult to recognize and aimed at disrupting Taiwanese society and ultimately destroying the island’s democracy and freedom. With a Facebook message that it has more forms.
The latest campaign in the Chinese Communist Party’s psychological warfare was to create and disseminate fake documents pretending to be liberated from Taiwan’s presidential palace. This information is designed to disrupt Taiwanese society and encourage people to oppose Taiwan’s leadership.
The document claimed that the Taiwanese government plans to import water from Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into Taiwan for treatment and disposal.
Because the water in nuclear power plants contains radioactive material, people can get sick and many Taiwanese will strongly oppose the disposal in Taiwan.
In fact, the Taiwanese government forbidden After the nuclear accident on March 11th due to the tsunami, food was imported from four counties in Japan adjacent to Fukushima Prefecture on March 25th, 2011. The import ban remains in effect.
On the surface, it is the official format used by Cheong Wa Dae, and the content is written in the official tone used by the government.
Tsai pointed out three obvious flaws that could confirm that the document was fake and likely created by the Chinese administration.
The document was distributed on Twitter on April 15, but was published on April 16, Tsai said.
According to the document, the decision was made by a cabinet meeting. Mr. Tsai pointed out that Taiwan does not have a cabinet meeting.
In addition, this document used one word in Simplified Chinese, but Taiwan uses Traditional Chinese.
Tsai concludes that this is a classic example of psychological warfare.
She then explained, by The psychological warfare of the Institute for National Defense and Security in Taiwan is an attempt to influence the thoughts and actions of the enemy through the dissemination of information.
Examples of psychological warfare include intimidation and intimidation by military aircraft, attempts to exert psychological pressure, the creation and dissemination of false information, and attempts at social turmoil and division.
Mr. Tsai said he had discussed psychological warfare with a US delegation who visited Taiwan from April 14th to 16th.
US President Joe Biden has sent a senior delegation to Taiwan, led by former US Senator Christopher Dodd (Connecticut), with former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and James Steinberg as key members.
The delegation arrived in Taiwan on the same day that US climate envoy John Kerry arrived in Shanghai, China, for climate negotiations with China’s counterpart, Xie Zhenhua.
In Taiwan, Tsai hosted a banquet for the US delegation at Cheong Wa Dae on April 15.
At the banquet, the two countries exchanged views on regional issues, global pandemics, economic and trade cooperation, and domestic political and economic development in the United States and Taiwan.