A group of protesters led by former Democratic Progressive Party's chairman Shih Ming-Teh have become the new threat to Taiwanese democratic system. Backed by a group of media widely suspected as the agents and the voices of Chinese Communist Party, Shih Ming Teh, a politician lost his power in DPP, aligns with the opposite party(KMT) to oust President Chen Shui Bian in his recent "anti-corruption" campaign.
The anti-Chen Shui Bian's coalition(pan-blue) was formed when Chen was first elected to be the President of Taiwan in 2000. This alliance was further enhanced when Chen won the re-election campaign for his second term in 2004. Anti-Chen coalition(pan-blue) has taken every means to bring down Chen's administration since year 2000. The reputable Taiwanese economic growth has been serious damaged since pan-blue's campaign. This time, pan-blue's superficial cause of its campaign is "anti-corruption". However, majority of Taiwanese people have tired of its new pretext. The new wine of "anti-corruption" has been poured into the old bottle of "anti-Chen Shui Bian".
Pan-blue's anti-corruption campaign is an anti-democracy campaign in nature. They refused to admit Chen's presidency that backed by majority of Taiwanese voters, they refused to wait for the prosecutor's investigation over their accusation, they refused to take legal actions under Taiwanese constitution, and they even refused to accept their recent failing recall motion in pan-blue dominated congress. Pan-blue's immature practices are corrupting democratic system in Taiwan.
In pan-blue's "a million voices against corruption - Chen must go" campaign, majority of Taiwanese people cannot see any legitimate reason why pan-blue's a million voices can deny the presidency of Chen that elected by over 6.47 million legal voters.