By: Yu Hsiang, Wen Kui-hsiang and Emerson Lim
"A person entrusted by the people to lead the country should never have such unrealistic fantasies," Tsai wrote on her Facebook page. "He or she should never think that bowing and scraping on the issue of sovereignty, or staying mum on democratic values, would bring so-called peace to the people."
Tsai posted the comment in response to a presentation by former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) at a security forum earlier in the day, in which he said the "erroneous national policy" of the current administration in Taiwan was pushing the country to the brink of a war.
Ma of the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) said the Taiwan administration was siding with the United States against China and was unwilling to recognize the "1992 Consensus," policies that had led to increased tensions across the strait. [FULL STORY]