I have no idea what you are trying to imply...
I haven't compared or otherwise implied any connection between any "illegal activities" listed either in my posting, or in the original article. If you think you see such a connection, maybe you can explain to me where you did find one?
But if you want a comparison, in my opinion China would get a lot more pocket change if it "absorbed" Taiwan. Taiwan has a rapidly growing economy, and lot's of money-making technology that could make China happy as well. So it's not like national unity and money are totally separate issues. I am not sure where I stand in the "debate" between a free Taiwan or a Taiwan as a part of China. If anything, I hope it is up to the people of Taiwan. I think it is sad that you are not allowed to have an opinion of this in China, unless it is the official opinion. I also think the situation is very difficult to compare to anything in the US so I avoid comparisons.
As for your claim of me proclaiming superiority of the capitalist society for putting money above nation, that is pure nonsense. I merely pointed out that manipulating stock-prices through rumors is illegal anywhere. Not just in China. I am not an economist, so I can't comment on why this is so, or why people think it is good. It does conflict with other very worthy ideals, such as free speech. And it seems to be very difficult to enforce in a fair manner.
About the only thing I recognize in your article is the part about being "supposedly educated and liberal minded". Yes, I consider myself to be just that. But my education is in computer science and logic, not law, economy, government, or anything else. So I am not taking this any further, especially from someone deliberately trying to put words into my mouth. Fuck Off!
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