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The power failure took place the other day has ignited "national" furor in Taiwan. Cai administration attributed the failure to "human error" commited during operation, having nothing to do with its energy policy on which DPP will lead the island to "go green", a "paradise " without nuclear power.
I don't know much about electricity, but it's a common sense for people to ask that hasn't such an important grid installed fail-safe device or mechanism to prevent the system from breakdown? Well, Cai finally found an excuse to blame it on "such a fragile operationg process" that is still in use, insinuating that her predecessor left the trouble to her, but she claimed the setback won't shake DPP's confidence ,or her resolution, of building the island a " non-nuclear home".
To hell with the confidence and the resolution. I don't believe she and DPP don't know the cruel reality that Taiwan is badly short of electricity, and their redress plan is not only a slow action that can't save a critical situation now the island is facing, but also a sheer reverie in the future. The fact is, like I've always said, their act of obstinacy has been a part of perverted logic to distinguish Taiwan and China's Mainland in many a aspect: energy policy, gay marriage, abolition of death penalty, and so on. Such an irrational obstinacy has made a lot of public policies subject to no debate at all.
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