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Republic of China punished by policorrectus Republic of China punished by policorrectus
This is the original size for my avatar. Its the emblem of Republic of China (slight different from the emblem of Nationalist Party) soaked in blood plus a bullet wound. I go with this title because I want people who hates and would laugh at Republic of China & KMT come in and check this out, then recieve a shock therapy of TRUTH.

The reason I drew this because the recent study of Modern Chinese history made me realized that the Republic of China and Kuomintang (KMT/ Chinese Nationalist Party) had it hard, way too hard. The history and Lady Fate didn't smile on Dr. Sun (Founder of KMT and Republic of China) and dished out one punishment after another. (see the recent posts of my work)

First of all, the Revolution took a long time and Dr. Sun had to go through a lot of work to get it going and develope a constitution. Then Yuan Shikai and the Warlords ditched it and more civil war go on. Dr. Sun's sucessor Chiang Kai-shek had to lead the "Northern Expedition" while having Soviets and Communists pulling his legs and telling the so-called Interllects a bunch of bullcrap about Chiang. The "Golden 10 years" between 1928 to 1938 weren't so golden and crap load of problems stired up by Soviet/USSR and Japan. Then 1938, the 2nd Sino-Japanese War (first half of WW2) brought upon us Chinese and. 3.2 million military KIA and 20 million Civilian death by the end of WW2. Gues what, it ain't over yet and Communist came back in force because they took advantage of WW2 (Didn't really fight Japanese at all) evetually Republic of China and KMT were drove to Taiwan. Rest of the Commies, you probably know already.

Without Republic of China and KMT fighting WW2, I'll either speak Japanese or won't even exist. Given the agenda of the Fascist Imperial Japan, latter has higher probablity.

Hence, I am paying respect to RoC and KMT for the modern history of China was written in KMT's blood.

A few vidoes I humbly ask people to check out.
For people who speak English -
[link]

For people who speak Chinese
[link]
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:iconcritic-007:
Critic-007 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014
One day it shall reign over all of China again
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:iconpolicorrectus:
policorrectus Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014
Thank you. I hope I'll live long enough to see that day. When the glorious Red White Blue fly over my ancestral land.
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bruiser128 Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
... I have to agree with you. I think of Sun yat-sen as the Chinese equivalent to
FDR because of his belief in democracy as well as uniting all political factions to
a great and noble cause.
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F1st-of-R3volution Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013
When rich people get all the goods and workers get none, happens REVOLUTION!
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Nyingtop Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013
Has the PRC banned DeviantArt, or merely censored everything in it that they find offensive?
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RDFAF Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2012
You must have a personal stake in this.
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Sonic1234567891 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
he's been through so much. mabye someday the republic of china will get the rest of it's land back :)
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marioandspongebob Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012  Professional General Artist
Oh...you punished Taiwan...
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Greatkingpest Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2012
Why ?
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Captain-ROC Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2012
Thank you for telling everyone the truth!!!
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Pandachan2012 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011
Thanks for the bite sized history lesson. I think there is more info here than what I was taught in school.

It is hard to find info outside the "party line" about the KMT & China in that period. Hearing from some people with more direct knowledge than the government school books, I find that the old line "History is a set of lies agreed upon" to be sadly true.

I have long believed that the 3 greatest sins of the US have been (in no particular order)
1. Slavery(We paid for it in a bloody war between the states)
2. Our breaking of the various treaties with the Native Americans (either the word or the spirit of the treaty)
3. Letting China fall to the Communists.

The KMT may not have looked like our ideal for a free & open Representative Republic, but from what I have heard, they wanted to become one & wanted our help, not just militarily. Generally the officers that worked with Chiang found him to be intelligent & genuinely wanting to create/keep a free Chinese Republic. Unknown to many Americans, our state department & upper levels of government had already decided to let Asia fall under the Soviet sphere of influence under "Uncle Joe" Stalin at Yalta. Chiang was pressured to make the CCP part of the government. Well, not just part of the government but put into key government positions. When Chiag Kai-shek naturally disagreed, the US government cut off funding & aid, one stroke of the pen & I think like 39 divisions were left unsupplied. The Soviets supplied the CCP & the unaware American people were suddenly wondering why the KMT were pushed off the main land. Stories started popping up about corruption & other B.S. to explain it away.

For those who wonder what Mainland China would have looked like under the KMT, look at Taiwan. They were one of the first if not the first to rebuild themselves. They have a strong economy. They have free elections. They have freedom of religion. They have multiple political parties & freedom of the press. Compare that to a lot of the other countries of Asia. Just think of what a "United States of China" would have done to change the history of East Asia.
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alvarorbenavides Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
The original Republic of China, founded in 1912, did not dissapear in 1949 due to civil war. It'll still exist as long as the Taiwan administration exists. We must respect it because of that.
Hope someday China will reunificate, either with ROC flag or with a new one, and not under the PRC's...
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BluefoxP Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The Truth is too hard for many to take and that why they believe in the lies that the CCP and the world came up with. The UN made a big mistake in recognized the PRC over the RoC in 1971.

Thank you for showing the truth.
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GoldenChineseDragon Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
My dad made this part of Chinese history sad for me when he said the Republic of China ended.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
*Nods*. The Republic is still alive, but people tends to ignore it because its such "Political correctness" taboo.

Anyway, thank you.
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taiwancass62096 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Even though I knew absolutely nothing about the Republic of China before I read this, It pains me to think about everything it's citizens have gone through...

btw, I love your artwork! and If you don't really mind, I'd like to use it for a project~
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policorrectus Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
Sorry for the late reply. You can certainly use this for your project. Thing is, this thing spent too much of my time and getting so little feedback. Consider most people on DA are just a bunch of goddamned weeaboo who likes fag-ass Yaoi fuel like Axis Hentai Power or whatever that shit is.
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taiwancass62096 Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
It's Axis powers hetalia...And Ilike that anime but love it only for the history, not the Yaoi and such.
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MarkSYNTHESIS Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2011
It's an unfortunate emblem--it is the symbol of resistance to Japanese aggression and invasion of the Pacific War, but then, it is also the symbol of the KMT government (which has it's own very bloody legacy in Taiwan). In many respects, I would say that would make your picture more relevant in its own way.
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lewathetoa Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2010
I am a Taiwanese, and I can feel pain in my heart when I read this even though I've learn it from my parents.
Mao Zhe Dong admitted that he didn't pay all attention when those Japanese invaded our homeland.
"10 percent of fighting, 20 percent of showing KMT that they 'did' something, and then 70 percent expand army/supplies/territory"
He also said that had it not been the Japanese's invasion he couldn't win over KMT.
Btw, can I borrow your avatar and make it into a banner? I want to use it for my sig in another site.

Thanks!
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2010
Sorry for the late reply. As I haven't pay attention to this for quite a while since Deviant Art seems not the kinda place to do this consider how little reaction I get.

And yes, you can use my Avatar as a banner.
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romarov Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2010
i was wondering if the author had any chinese blood.
generally i agree with your ideas, very inpressing for a foreigner.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2010
Yes. I am indeed a Chinese Canadian who moved to Canada at age of 14. I am a big Northern Manchu dude in case if you are wondering.
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Party9999999 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2010
Both the Communist Party of China and Kuomintang fought the Japanese equity hard, they just used different tactics.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
Really? Go ahead and name 10 Chinese Communist General (Officers with the word "General" in their rank) killed in action in WW2.
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Party9999999 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
Look up the Three Alls Policy it was designed as a retaliation against Chinese Communists following the Hundred Regiments Offensive in 1940 also the Eighth Route Army when from 400,000 fighters to about 300,000 because of the fierce fighting between 1941 and 1944.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
Looks like your reading skill is so bad that you cannot even reply a simple thing I asked you to do. That's okay, I understand naive Leftists like you are too lazy to do any research.

Here's the answer for you: 左權 Zuo Quan & 彭雪楓 Peng Xuefeng. Some Communist you are! Cannot even name your heroes!
Zuo was killed in action when he was leading his troops retreating from the Japanese. Peng was killed in action when he was leading his units attacking General Han Deqing 韓德勤 (Governor of Jiangsu Province)'s 89th Army. Yes indeed, Peng was KIA during attack against his fellow Chinese. Han Deqing's units do both conventional battles and guerrilla warfare against the Imperial Japanese Army, but what differs Han and the Communist is that Han didn't set bases of operation in village and stuff. On the other hand, Communist forces their way into villages and township use them as base of operation. When the IJA come and wipe out village, their propaganda machines in Yan-an talked shit about the Nationalist don't do squat to fight the IJA.

If you are too retarded to digest, I'll make this simple. The Republic of China fought to protects the Chinese civilians while the Communist achieves its goal by putting civilians into line of fire. Should I brought up "Siege of Changchun" for you to prove my point?

Furthermore, when the Commies made their way to Yan'an, they had less than 50'000 (from fighting force to non-combatants). By the end of WW2, they had over 2 million "FRESH AND COMBAT READY" troops. Do you know where did the Commies get their money? The Commie Bastards sold opium to their fellow Chinese, just like what the Brits done in the 19th Century. Except for the Commies sold opium during in the times of war. There's a Communist folk song goes like "The smell from the flower basket flow blah blah blah". Obviously, that is poppy.
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Party9999999 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
My friend if you a so blinded by love for the Kuomintang then don't waste my time.

I've never been a pro sino communist so don't expect me worship the CPC,

the CPC got most of the weapons they used second hand from the japanese or third hand from Kuomintang troops along with a small number from the soviets, as for the opium I don't know anything about that but I'm guessing troops on both sides sold it.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
Then why do you even bother wasting your time to reply me? Save your hypocrisy and be grateful you don't have a Communist Party to make you look bad.

Furthermore, you are a coward for keep misdirecting from my replies to your topic. If you cannot take the heat, then don't play with the fire.

If you want to argue with me, you gotta try harder on your spelling of important things. Its CCP (Chinese Communist Party). What does CPC stand for? Furthermore, unlike the Communist who has Soviet Union to turn to, the Nationalist/KMT/Republic had their back against the wall. Using opium on our own population who made up the workforce and fighting force is freaking suicide.

Keep trying boy.
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Party9999999 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2010
I've been in the 'heat' for the last three years almost I can take what ever you can throw at me and more.

I'm sorry my spelling sufferers when I became angry,

I prefer Communist Party of China ( thats what CPC stands for) to Chinese Communist Party, from what I've read the communist party had a falling out with the soviets during the eary years of the civil war and only received limited supplies from the Soviet Union, the Kuomintang were supplied by the US, UK and soviets (until 1941). even with this support I know they had a hard war.
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rt1artic Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010   General Artist
I'm with you, good sir.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2010
If you have no desire to stay on the topic of "WHAT CPC BEEN DOING DURING WW2", then why bother reply me in this fashion?

After all, it was you initiated this by defending the Commies yet you couldn't name the 2 CPC Generals.
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infinite9 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2010
The KMT and the Chinese people had gone through so much horror. Much respect goes out to the KMT and any Chinese that opposes Communist rule and that opposed Imperial Japan.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2010
Thank you. The sad thing is people seems to very keen on kicking the man when he is down. KMT and the Republic is the best example. I went through quite a few WW2 books sold in Canada but they really don't give the Republic of China a squat.

Let's hope there will be more people like us in the foreseeable future.
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fong-saiyuk Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2010
very true.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2010
Thank you. As long as there are Chinese folks like you and me who are still true to the spirit of our forefathers, there will be hope.
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WolfwithGlasses Featured By Owner May 28, 2010
Itīs a shame to see how people of the same culture are forced to fight against each other. :(
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
Thanks. But its even sadder that one side (people who unfortunately enough to be ruled by the Commies) already twisted into the Communist/Leftist culture product. Now its more like the Traditional Culture (we are losing numbers, people like us are "uncool and old") vs Twisted Modern Commie Culture + a twist of worst element of Chinese culture and civilization.

There's something called "Party Culture" been talked about among the interllects and I wish I can explain thsi right in English.
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sobercollegekid23 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2010
It's a tragedy how the Republic of China is trapped between the Chen-ist separatists and the Maoist usurpers on the mainland.

There will be a time when the false flag of the false "People's Republic" no longer flies in Beijing.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2010
Man, that is really sad. Not to mention the rightful thing is not always popular because as we all know it. Bad guys are very adapt at packaging themselves, unlike bad guys from animations that we can tell and loath them right away.

Hell, I'd be damned if the freaking Commies got around and celerate the 100th anniversary of Dr. Sun's revolution. Because the Commies stand for everything Dr. Sun against.

I think the office of The Republic of China still recognize Mongolia and the north western edge is elligible to be regained (if Commies gone buh-bye). Of course, I am not the one who runs the office and all. Unless I get a bunch of BFG 40K and blow whoever I don't like into green goos. Seriously, i am not quite sure what to think of the chunks of Siberia (north of Heilong river) anymore.

Just wondering, are you a Russian by blood/ancestry? I am pretty sure you are like the founders of Google who loath the CCCP.
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sobercollegekid23 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2010
Yes. But the USSR is a distant memory, so there's no need for me to loathe it.
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2010
At least we can celebrates for the lands of Freedom we reside in.
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sobercollegekid23 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2010
Well that, and y'all can stop coveting Siberia.
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RTJDudek Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
A bit brutal, but true.

I remember Kuomintang and general Chiang Kai-shek from history lessons I had in High School - when the Japanese invaded China in 1937, Kuomintang fought most of battles with aggressors, while the Maoists did almost nothing until 1944.

I must say the Poles and Chinese have much in common - we both were attacked in WW2 ( You in 1937, we in 1939 ) and both Poland and China had periods of being enslaved by commies.
The only difference is that we, Poles, have overcome communist slavery in 1989, now it's Your, Chinese, turn to show the reds where is their place. ( in garbage cans ) :salute:
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policorrectus Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009
:salute: That's why my friend and I find Poland a very interesting topic and a special feeling of brotherhood to the nation of Poland and its people.
:highfive:

I am not only tossing the reds into garbage can, but also gonna wear the biggest boots and stomp into the garbage can to compact them to make room for other craps should be tossed inside.
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