Investigate Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen and UOL/LSE's Scandal 請調查蔡英文假博士詐騙案
Investigate Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen and UOL/LSE's Scandal 請調查蔡英文假博士詐騙案
Princess Royal, Chancellor of the University of London
The Right Honourable Lord President Mark Spencer MP
and Privy Council members
Professor Wendy Thomson, Chair of UOL Collegiate Council
Dr. Susan Liautaud, Chair of LSE Council
Minouche Shafik, Director of LSE:
We are writing to appeal to you to investigate Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and UOL/LSE’s scandal. In 2006 the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) obtained the right to confer its degrees. Unfortunately, the 2008 LSE –Saif Gaddafi scandal seriously damaged LSE’s reputation.
A decade later, international scholars and reporters discovered an even worse Tsai Ing-wen’s PhD scandal involved with the University of London (UOL) and LSE. Below is the scandal case:
The biggest academic fraud of the century: Fraudster Tsai Ing-wen
In 1984 Tsai Ing-wen used a fraudulent LSE PhD certificate to become a guest university faculty through her father’s special networking with the ruling political party, Kuomintang. Since then, Tsai continuously claimed to the public that she earned a 1.5 PhD degree from LSE at 27. Tsai's exaggerated statement that “due to her excellent achievement in international trade, she is awarded an additional 0.5 PhD degree” attracted the attention of some scholars and reporters to read her doctoral thesis and to discover Tsai's 38 years of academic fraud.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vrx-rPnD5A (Tsai’s brag video)
Many scholars and reporters seek justice in Tsai’s PhD scandal
In May 2019, National Taiwan University Professor Emeritus of Law Ho De-fen raised concerns that Tsai's doctoral thesis could not be found in any libraries. Under public pressure, Tsai provided three replacement doctorate certificates in 2019 in response to her thesis scandal. These certificates had different dates of 2011, 2015, and 2019. Tsai also submitted a copy of her supposed thesis to LSE's Women's Library and had it uploaded to http://etheses.lse.ac.uk in June 2019.
Professor Hwan Lin, a Taiwanese American at the University of North Carolina, began to research Tsai's thesis and wrote a 50-page investigation report which addressed that Tsai had neither earned a PhD degree from LSE nor written a doctoral thesis.
Dr. Xu Yongtai, a professor of economic history at Oxford University, went to the Women's Library at LSE where Tsai's PhD thesis was held. After reviewing Tsai's supposed thesis, Dr. Xu Yongtai gave a public speech addressing his findings that Tsai has never been awarded a PhD at LSE and her supposed thesis is unacceptable as a doctoral thesis.
Professor Dennis Wen-Jeng Peng, a PhD of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism & Mass Communication, who served as director of the Multimedia Production Center and the Institute of Journalism at National Taiwan University in 2006, visited LSE's libraries. LSE confirmed that the Senate House Library and Institute of Advanced Law Studies Library had never received Tsai's 1984 doctoral thesis. Moreover, Prof. Peng has been hosting a daily one-hour “The True Voice of Taiwan” on YouTube to lay bare Tsai’s PhD fraud to the public since May 1, 2019, and has over 10 million views to date.
Michael Richardson, a reporter of many news outlets, has also been investigating the PhD scandal and has come to the same conclusion.
Fraudster Tsai Ing-wen became a dictatorial leader and ended Taiwan’s democracy
Using a fraudulent LSE PhD certificate, Tsai began her ambition from a university faculty to a government official and then the dictatorial Taiwan President.
In 2004, Tsai joined the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) by being offered one guaranteed seat of a legislator. In 2008, DPP was defeated in the presidential election and legislators’ election. Tsai’s father financially supported DPP when the party's momentum was low. Tsai then became the chair of DPP.
In 2014, the "Cross-Strait Service and Trade Agreement" was negotiated between China and Taiwan. The agreement was not well-received by the Taiwanese and led to the Sunflower Student Movement, making Taiwan citizens seek changes in government. In May 2016, Tsai became the first female president in Taiwan, and her political party DPP won the majority of seats in the Legislative Assembly. Tsai and DPP’s 2016 victory soon led Taiwan to a corrupted and totalitarian state.
Tsai's covering up PhD fraud - Taiwan Research Programme in LSE
The LSE's reputation has taken a battering over links with the Libyan regime, which include a donation of £1.5m from a charitable foundation run by Saif Gaddafi, who studied at the LSE.
Just as Saif’s donation was used to set up a North Africa research programme, in 2007 when Tsai was vice-premier, an anonymous donation of £480,000 to LSE was assigned to Ms. Shih Fang-lung to set up a Taiwan Research Program with LSE. Shih, who claimed to hold two doctorates from LSE, was Tsai's close friend. Shih has publicly represented LSE Taiwan Research Programme by covering up Tsai’s academic fraud conducted in 1983 and 1984. On Oct. 8, 2019, a questionable statement was noticed on LSE’s website to state that the Senate House Library records confirmed that a copy of Tsai’s doctoral thesis was received and sent by them to the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS).
UOL’s covering Tsai’s academic fraud
On Feb. 3, 2022, the University of London posted a statement on its website “Dr. Tsai Ing-wen, who is now the President of Taiwan, was awarded a PhD in February 1984 following the submission and examination of her thesis by two examiners. While it remains unclear whether copies were deposited with the University’s library, that has no bearing on Dr. Tsai’s PhD, which was correctly awarded.”
It is common sense that without a qualified doctoral thesis, a PhD candidate would not be awarded a doctoral degree.
People wonder why UOL and LSE posted contradictory statements on Tsai's doctoral thesis issue and its reputation would be damaged by Tsai’s fake thesis appearing in 2019, which did not deserve a doctoral degree.
Fake doctor putting real doctor on the wanted list and committing political persecution
In October 2019, Tsai filed a defamation lawsuit against Professor Emeritus Ho De-fen, U.S. Professor Hwan Lin, and Professor Dennis Peng.
Upon taking legal action against the three professors investigating her academic records, Tsai suppressed all her questionable doctoral records and materials about her acceptance as a visiting associate professor at National Cheng-Chi University at the highest level of classified information. Access to these documents is restricted until the end of 2049.
One day before April Fool’s Day in 2021, Prof. Peng received two contradictory rulings from Taipei Prefectural Procuratorate. Prosecutor Huang Wei pronounced both prosecution and non-indictment regarding Prof. Peng’s criminal aggravated defamation against Tsai at the same time. The judgment states Prof. Peng deliberately slandered Tsai because Tsai shut down his political talk show. Moreover, Prosecutor Huang Wei rejects Prof. Peng’s investigation evidence but accepts all Tsai’s faxed, photocopied questionable documents and correspondences to convict Prof. Peng.
Prosecutor Huang Wei refused to clarify which ruling was false. In addition, Prof. Peng’s counterclaim of Tsai’s false accusations has never been proceeded to judges according to Peng’s attorneys’ request.
Public Prosecutor Liu Cheng Wu defends Tsai’s PhD fraud by further prosecuting Prof. Peng. Prof. Peng is summoned to court again on October 20, 2021. Because Prof. Peng was tour-speaking in the U.S., exposing Tsai’s abuse of power and growing totalitarianism in Taiwan and calling on human rights activists to protect the democracy and freedom of 23.6 million people in Taiwan, Peng’s attorneys, Zhang Jing, and Li Chen Hua, filed a petition to request that the Judge allow Prof. Peng access to virtual court for the upcoming trial; unfortunately, Public Prosecutor Liu Cheng Wu and Judge Yau, Nian-tse rejected it and pronounced that Prof. Peng is WANTED due to his absence in court even though Prof. Peng has retained two lawyers present.
Tung Chung-yen, then Taipei City Councillor, holding a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge, also challenged Tsai’s suspicious PhD on The True Voice of Taiwan, was sentenced to 3 years and 10 months in prison for falsely paying NTD50,000 (approx. USD1700) to his assistant 11 years ago. After Tung’s appeal was dismissed on February 16, 2022, he asked Tsai's administration to use the same examination standard of forgery to Tsai's Thesis Gate and PhD scandal.
Tsai's Cyber Army - 1450
Tsai has sensed that she lost the trust of the majority in Taiwan. To be re-elected, Tsai used taxpayers’ money to hire domestic and international internet users to build up her Cyber Army named “1450” to spread fake news and attack people that oppose Tsai or have alternate opinions.
Tsai's Cyber Army 1450 act like the Red Guards during China's Cultural Revolution and have caused fear and anxiety among the Taiwanese.
Tsai's Electoral Fraud and Violation of Voting Rights
In February 2019, Tsai demanded DPP conduct fake polls by her designated polling companies, which showed that she won over then-premier Lai Chin-te to represent DPP for her re-election in January 2020.
In March 2019, Tsai nominated then-judge Lee Chin-yung (Lee) as chairperson of the Central Election Commission (CEC). As Lee is a long-time DPP committee council, his appointment helped Tsai conduct a rigged election just like Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro. January 2020, CEC announced Tsai received a historic record high of 8,170,231 votes in the presidential election and DPP won the seat majority of legislators.
Evidence of election fraud was disclosed. Therefore, what happened in Taiwan in January 2020 was just a fraud, not an actual election. Since then, Tsai’s control of CEC made all Taiwan elections rigged elections. Democratic election in Taiwan is non-existent.
Tsai's Violation of the Freedom of Press
Tsai uses taxpayers' money to bribe and control the media so that nothing negative about her would be aired. The only exception is CTiTV news because the owner was ranked as the wealthiest person in Taiwan, which allowed him to fight against Tsai. Unfortunately, CTiTV news was shut down by Taiwan National Communications Commission (NCC) in Nov. 2020. After its news channel was shut down, CTiTV moved to Youtube, and very soon, over 2.7 million of the Taiwan population downloaded its app with Youtube.
On December 28, 2021, Tsai’s Legislative Assembly passed amending articles in the Organic Law of the National Communications Commission. NCC, a government authority with all commissioners appointed by Tsai’s administration, can ban internet content. Tsai wholly violates Taiwan’s freedom of the press.
Tsai’s abuse of freedom of speech
On December 29, 2019, Tsai’s administration passed the Anti-Infiltration Act. The said Act and the existing Social Order Maintenance Act allow Tsai's administration to impose high fines or 5 years of imprisonment prosecution against those who cast Tsai or her administration in a negative light. Moreover, police can harass victims and arrest them on charges of a criminal offense without requiring a warrant.
For example, a female dance instructor walking on the road and a passenger criticizing Tsai’s administration were slammed and arrested by the police. People in Taiwan live in fear and are afraid of being inexplicably convicted at any time.
Tsai's being a make-believe anti-communist
To Tsai and her administration, corruption and fraud are not crimes, but those whose voices are different from Tsai would be identified as Red Communists. Tsai is a double-sided dealer who pretends to be against communist China but never clarifies the hearsay that her mother went to China for an organ transplant. Under Tsai’s administration, over 70% of Taiwan’s public traded companies invest in China and accept that Taiwan is a province of China.
We urge an independent inquiry held to investigate the UOL and LSE's relationship with Tsai Ing-wen and her administration to disclose anonymous donations from Taiwan to the universities and the century’s academic fraud. It is not only for the schools’ reputation but also for what 23.6 million people of Taiwan have suffered.
倫敦大學校長和校董會主席 Wendy Thomson 教授
倫敦政經學院理事會主席和管理委員會主席 Susan Liautaud 博士
2019年5月，台大名譽教授賀德芬表示，蔡英文的博士論文在任何圖書館都找不到。 在公眾壓力下，蔡英文在 2019 年出示了三份日期分別為 2011 年、2015 年和 2019 年的博士證書，來回應她的論文醜聞。蔡並且透過管道，讓倫敦政經學院代管的婦女圖書館，收藏了她的假博士論文，並於 2019 年 6 月上傳到 http://etheses.lse.ac.uk。
曾任台灣大學多媒體製作中心主任及新聞研究所所長、美國威斯康辛大學麥迪遜分校新聞與大眾傳播學院博士彭文正教授，親自到倫敦大學和倫敦政經學院調查真相，彭教授被告知，校方在 1983 年或 1984 年，從未收到過蔡英文的博士論文。
和利比亞極權政府賽義夫·卡扎菲的捐款被用來成立一個北非研究計劃室一樣，2007年蔡英文擔任行政院副院長時，一筆匯給倫敦政經學院的匿名捐款48萬英鎊，指定給施芳龍女士，在倫敦政經學院成立一個台灣研究計劃室。自稱擁有倫敦政經學院兩個博士學位的施是蔡的密友。施公開代表倫敦政經學院台灣研究計劃室，掩護蔡於1983 年起的學位詐騙。 2019 年 10 月 8 日，倫敦政經學院網站出現一份可疑的聲明“蔡英文的博士論文有被收到，並轉交給高等法律研究所圖書館。”
當許多學者在蔡英文假博士醜聞中尋求學術正義時，2019年10月，蔡為圖利她2020年1月的總統選舉，對彭文正教授、林環牆教授、賀德芬名譽教授提起誹謗刑事罪訴訟，來掩飾自己的博士學位詐騙。在採取法律行動後，蔡把她的假博士記錄和申請大學教職的材料列為最高機密。在 2049 年底之前，這些保密的文件無法被取得。
2020年 1 月，蔡英文師法委內瑞拉馬杜羅的2018年總統選舉舞弊。蔡英文任命效忠於她的民進黨核心委員李進勇為中央選舉委員會主委，並重組一個完全聽命於李進勇的選舉委員會。蔡英文和民進黨在2020年1月的大選，使用了和馬杜羅完全相同的伎倆，通過忠於她的選舉委員會操縱選舉，以恫嚇和其他非民主手段，赤裸裸地給選舉造假，讓選舉結果對自己有利 。蔡英文獲得創歷史紀錄的8,170,231萬票、民進黨贏得立委多數席位的選舉結果，是違反國際法與聯合國自由民主國家的選舉規定，不公正也不透明。如同被全球多個國家譴責和拒絕承認的委內瑞拉馬杜羅的宣布勝選，2020年1月發生在台灣的蔡英文高票連任，只是一場舞弊，而不是真正的選舉。
蔡英文用納稅人的錢，賄賂和控制媒體，散佈利她的假消息，並且不讓任何關於她的負面新聞被播出。 唯一的例外是中天新聞。 不幸的是，中天新聞頻道在 2020 年 11 月被蔡政府的台灣國家通信委員會(NCC)關閉。中天新聞於是轉移到 Youtube，並迅速達到 270 萬人下載它的應用程序。
2021年12月28日，蔡英文操控的立法院通過修改《國家通信委員會組織法》條款。 由蔡政府任命所有委員的NCC，將箝制新聞自由的手伸進互聯網。 蔡英文將新聞自由迫壞殆盡，達到她愚民的目的。
2019年12月29日，蔡政府通過了《反滲透法》。《反滲透法》和已實施的《社會秩序維護法》允許蔡政府對異議人士處以高額罰款或 5 年監禁。 此外，警察可以騷擾人民並以刑事罪名逮捕他們，而無需逮捕令。連走在馬路上的女性舞導老師、在車廂批評蔡政府的乘客，竟然被警察過肩摔和逮捕，台灣善良人民生活在恐懼中，害怕隨時被莫名入罪。
對蔡英文和她的專制政府，貪汙腐敗和欺詐不是犯罪，但與蔡英文持不同意見的人，卻會被貼上中共同路人的標籤。 蔡英文事實上是假裝仇中反共的雙面販子，比如蔡英文從未澄清她的母親去中國換器官的傳聞。 在蔡英文執政下，中、台貿易迭創新高，而且台灣超過70%的上市公司皆在中國有投資，並配合中國政府的體系，接受台灣是中國的一個省。