Taiwan had not been a part of China until relatively recently (its time in China was much shorter than Vietnam, who had been under Chinese rule for a good thousand years!).
"KMT fled there after revolution" -- more like invasion by Soviet Union (although Mao and his successors eventually turned on the Soviets themselves and arguably facilitated the Soviets' downfall).
It is true that Taiwan had deep connections to China because it's a safe haven for multiple
Chinese government in exile, but with most of the people no longer connected to Mainland China emotionally
, and with the Strait there and Taiwan itself having a good standing military, they have enough intention, ability and justification to declare independence and
denounce the above "Taiwan is part of China" shit
, something not necessarily tenable for other anti-CCP Chinese region (like Hong Kong).
This is actually the best business model because it gives the necessary protection. The firearm dealers deserve the profit. Bite me.
My only concern is that the weapons should have been used
directly on those who deserve
While saying "the motherfucker posting the above tweet deserves being struck by the weapons" is kind of a stretch, he does sound like he wants to take a strike himself.