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    What “so-called host-nation support” of $1.9 billion is still not enough for Trump, it seems more like a “protection money,” don’t you think?

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    DieRealityCheck, The PCA was paid off by the Philippines in the sum of $30 mil and in turns, the US had contributed about $32 mil to the Philippines coffer afterwards. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon himself had stated that the UN has nothing to do with the case. “Since the PCA is not a UN-backed agency, its income relies on the arbitration services it provides to its clients. Unlike the judges from the ITJ who are paid by the UN, members of the PCA are paid from that same income the PCA earns.” “It was not even an international tribunal and had nothing to do with the ITLOS.”

    Posted in: Japan protests for 32nd time this year after Chinese ships sail near disputed isles

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    Is that four Chinese vessels against one Japan Coast guard? So, who really has the control of the islets? “Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s office beefed up its team in charge of monitoring Chinese ships,” does this mean they didn’t even know for sure how many more Chinese vessels were in the area? Maybe that’s why Tokyo didn’t even know how many protests they have lodged so far, “at least 32 protests.” This report shows that China has the control of the islets and not Japan. Another flaw in this report is in the last sentence, “a U.N.-backed tribunal,” the UN never backed the tribunal, perhaps this is intentional to deceive the public

    Posted in: Japan protests for 32nd time this year after Chinese ships sail near disputed isles

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    OssanAmerica, look at the map provided by Black Sabbath and tell me Japan’s ADIZ is not overlapping other countries. You can see that the size of Japan’s ADIZ is ridiculous almost the size of SK’s and China’s ADIZ combined.

    “They are complaining about being challenged when it is they, who have created the overlap.” So, you said China created the overlap so you meant to tell me China should have only created the ADIZ to only meet Japan’s ADIZ and not overlap because Japan set up the ADIZ first, right? So China has no right to have the ADIZ cover the area that they considered theirs, right? SK should have no right to the overlapping ADIZ, also right? It seems that Japan was the victim of all these problems, right?

    “Japan has not sent any planes into China's ADIZ.” No, then where are those planes coming from?

    “Oh and it happened in international waters. The Chinese caused that accident,” yea, it happened in international waters, but what did they do in those waters?

    “All while China carries on it's information war against Japan.” I think it is the opposite. All the evidences show Japan and the US are creating all these trouble, if you don’t believe me, go and ask Duterte. Oh, by the way, Duterte did visit China first, right?

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    Strangerland, Japan’s ADIZ not only covers Chinese territory, it also overlaps with SK. That’s what I called overlapping other countries. Who came first or who came second has nothing to do with the right to set up the ADIZ.

    JBird, you should do your home work before answering like that. We are not in the court of law, don’t be afraid to expand your answers a little bit. I could expand your answers like these, yes it was according to international law on the part of China, not even close but real close, and check again you will find that SK did adjust their ADIZ and so did Japan before to get the most benefits.

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    turbotsat, “a highly-non-maneuverable many-passenger aircraft,” why didn’t you just say it was a spy plane? It shouldn’t be there in the first place. Did they have a sight seeing tour close to China’s shore? I guess the pilot committed suicide then for being too close to the unwelcome and bigger plane. The equipment seized was in fact used to spy on China and the result of this conduct caused the death of Chinese pilot. What else can you say? Maybe the pilot was still alive and the Chinese fabricated his death, OK blame it on China. It’s like the bombing of hospitals by the US and the excuse was they didn’t know the hospitals were there, or the bombing of Chinese embassy claiming it was an accident, or even a wedding for heaven sake. There were so many accidents, don’t you think?

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    OssanAmerica,

    “Japan's ADIZ far outdates the one China recently declared as it took over from the one the U.S. established after WWII. So yes, China is a late comer to the yard and complaining when the original residents challenge them.”

    So, you mean Japan took advantage of China for decades already. Tell me why can’t China set up the ADIZ when Japan had one that also overlapping other countries. Does it say anywhere in the international law that China can’t set up the ADIZ that way?

    “Because no country is complaining and scrambling their fighters because Japanese planes aren't intruding on other's territories like China does. Looks to me like hypocrisy is China's trademark.”

    And, I thought the article meant to show that China was complaining about Japan, or was I wrong? How many times did Japan and the US send military planes into China’s ADIZ? Remember one incident, the US caused the death of Chinese pilot but all American survived and landed in China instead of going back to the lapdog’s den. I wonder why China kept them alive is beyond me, maybe because of decency and goodness of the Chinese. Many news reports now covering about Japan claiming to give PH even more money than China so PH should not turn away from Japan. It’s become a competition. If Japan has a good intention towards China there wouldn’t be this sort of competition. Shame on Japan.

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    OssanAmerica, “China unilaterally declared an ADIZ”? From what I heard China had the intention to set up the ADIZ years ago and Japan knew about it. Also, why didn’t you mention about Japan’s ADIZ overlapping other countries? Hypocrite is the trademark for both the US and Japan, but I think less so for Japan because we have to give benefit of a doubt to Japan for being a lapdog. In front, they make us believe that they are happy with the renew relationship between China and PH, but in the back they arrange a special meeting with Duterte to “clarify” things with him. I guess Duterte is scared to death, that’s why he mentioned about God on his way back from Japan. The question here is why would China mention about the incident now after several months have passed? It’s probably because Japan has done something despicable again, or maybe because of Duterte.

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    What missing in this article is that the Chinese fleet conducted routine patrols in China's Air Defense Identification Zone which China has the right to do according to international law.

    Notice also that “Tokyo’s support for a July ruling by an arbitration court in the Hague that invalidated China’s sweeping claims in the disputed South China Sea, a case brought by the Philippines, has also angered Beijing,” now it is just “an arbitration court in the Hague” and not “a UN backed court” any longer. It costed Philippines $30 mil for the court, luckily Philippines got back $32 mil from the US, so it's not a bad deal after all.

    Now what is the significance of mentioning about “Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday his country could join naval exercises with Japan.” Does this mean the alliance is “rock solid”? But here in the news, Duterte said to reporters that on the way back from Japan, God has warned him to tone down his swearing or someone will cause his plane to crash. I guess he got a warning in Japan.

    Posted in: China says Japanese military endangering Chinese aircraft

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    OssanAmerica, Duterte accused the US for thinking of the Philippines as "a dog barking for the crumbs of their favor." "I want, maybe, in the next 2 years, my country, freed of the presence of foreign military troops. I want them out, and if I have to revise or abrogate agreements, executive agreements, I will," he said. That is a lapdog being chained by foreign military forces in the country, just like Japan. How many foreign military bases that China has in Asia? None. So, hegemony is out of the question. “I want to be friends to China,” he told an audience of businesspeople in Tokyo. “I do not need the arms. I do not want missiles established in my country. I do not need to have the airports to host the bombers.” You see, China has friends but the US has allies, the distinction is obvious.

    Hiro S Nobumasa, “See the difference?” Yes, I can see the difference, but what about the string that is attached to them? PH will get more gifts and concessions if it listens to the US and Japan. As mentioned in the article, “The leaders of Japan and the Philippines agreed Wednesday to cooperate in promoting regional peace and stability, and acknowledged the importance of their alliances with the U.S.,” the alliance is in real jeopardy and Abe was assigned the job to patch things up with Duterte in the unusual special meeting. It’s a messy political game and Duterte wants out.

    jj1067, “President Duterte introduced himself to President Obama. President Obama replied saying "My men will talk to you".” It’s hard to believe that Obama would say that. This shows how the US is treating PH like dirt. Duterte would not be so against the US if he was not really hurt from the way he was treated. I guess the lapdog is biting back.

    Posted in: Abe, Duterte sign military, economic deals

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    Noypikantoku,

    “this came from his own dirty mouth "TABLAHIN NA NATIN ANG AMERICA", ok let me give you some tagalog lessons here just in case you are not a filipino. In tagalog that statement means" Let's Ditch america from now on", and TABLA is a very inpolite word, very negative.”

    He is a politician, what do you expect? He would say anything to get the most benefits from China so don’t think too much into his words. Think about his action afterwards, were there anything happened so serious that damage the ties between US and PH? From an article written by Matthew J. Strabone in the Diplomat, “Despite his bluster, however, it is equally likely that Duterte is simply trying to gain more concessions and aid from Washington by showing the United States that it can’t take its relationship with the Philippines for granted.” You can see that all US officials are now talking so nicely about the PH and its actions against drug dealers.

    “Duterte is crazy, A sane person would not encourage his own citizen to hate or say the most rudest things especialy if it's subjected to someone who is helping you.”

    As the president, he knew something that the rest of us did not know especially on the part you said the US is helping PH. He implied in many of his speeches that PH is being used for the benefits of the US while the PH people are suffering. Let me ask you this, what more would the PH lose by being closer to China? Nothing. I can only see the benefits that PH would gain by doing so. It’s safer for the world for one thing.

    You still don’t understand how China can help PH and the US can’t. You talk about the rail roads will benefit China more. Of course, China would not lose on the deals but in the long run PH will benefit more in terms of improved connectivity and networks. Because of the improved business environment and infrastructure, more foreign investments will be pouring in and more jobs will follow. Why do you think almost every country in SE Asia want to build rail roads and upgrade their infrastructures? As you know the US can’t build rail roads for the PH, it doesn’t even have high speed train. Also, building rail roads has nothing to do with independence, it’s about improving standard of living for the people. The US gives PH about $500 mil a year, where do you think it’s all gone to? OK besides someone’s pockets, a lot is used to buy US weapons to kill its own people. Did you see any improvement in PH for the last five years? Yes, it’s the government job to look after its citizen, that is what Duterte is trying to do.

    “YES! Tell me, what made China rich? did you really think they made it on their own? come on. US moved all their production to china because china was cheap, little that they know china is not really that loyal and top class back stabbers. And US investing on china is the biggest mistake they've ever done.”

    Let me ask you this, US companies set up shops in China and sent the products to the US, who benefit the most. Of course, the US companies, they make so much money and that also improve their standards of living in the US. By this time China has paid back the West many folds over. China is still suffering from pollution that are likely caused by those factories. Claims that the US has helped China is a laugh, US never helps anyone without expecting more benefits in return. So, what made China rich? It’s hard working and highly educated people, and effective government policies that made China rich.

    “HAHAHAHAH! Where are these tools of wars!?!? Im sorry but I don't see PH possesing tools for chaos and destruction from America. all we have is an old rusty battle ship guarding us from.... CHINESE...”

    Do you know that the main supplier of arms for PH is the US? Fighting whom you asked, those insurgents and terrorists that the US helped created in the South, I may say. Why do you think Duterte mentioned about removing the US forces from the South? It’s because the US caused more fighting and deaths there so that more US arms are needed. Why do you think Duterte wants to buy weapons from China, to fight China with?

    Duterte has mentioned that China has never invaded PH ever. So did he forget about his country's history? Of course not, he knew full well that those rocks and islands are Chinese from the beginning. China chose to build those rocks into islands just so that the territorial disputes can be contained, you see China can easily take all of them back by force but it chose not to do so. Now think, there has been US and PH defense treaty in place for decades already, but where was the US when China took back those rocks and reefs? The US knows full well that those are Chinese territories.

    So you are expecting “a big chaotic problem because of Duterte.” What did you expect new PH government to do? Confronting China? Who is going to pay for the war? Who is going to suffer the most? The US will not help PH fight with China, that is a given. But the US will benefit from arms sale to PH and other surrounding countries. Only time will tell whether China has good intention for the world, even right now many countries are turning towards China, are they all wrong?

    Posted in: As Duterte embraces China, Abe set to roll out warm welcome

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    Noypikantoku,

    “I don't think it's humility, Duterte thinks he can crush these drug lords and he wants to prove to the world that he is the only guy who can turn his back to america.”

    As you said before, Duterte is a politician so why would you be surprised that he would be bashing the US right now. He did it to get the help from China. Did you really think that he would “turn his back to America?” He does not want his country to take side any more. You could complain about the way he wanted to clean up the street regardless of how he did it at least he did something that scared those addicts to surrender in waves. As for the big drug lords, do you really think that they are that easy to be eliminated? Duterte is right to start somewhere and strike hard, let the fear sink in among the people then next is to get rid of those upper echelons who feed on the drug trades.

    “A good leader will never let his people become divided, hundreds of thousands of filipinos are working peacefully and satisfied living in the US, why would he put these people at risk because of his pride? Can China match the same treatment these filipino immigrants in the US get?”

    If you are afraid that those Filipinos living in the US would be affected, you are thinking too much. I wonder how many Filipinos now living in Hong Kong, there must be a lot. And, when Filipinos are welcome by China there will be a lot more going to the main land. Duterte is not that crazy, he already thought things through. It’s better to open to both the US and China than just the US, why limit yourself when you can have both cakes and eat them too.

    “Why would Duterte think that China can take care of Philippines when they cannot even take care of themselves. Plus again. CHINA'S ECONOMY IS DEPENDENDING ON AMERICA AND IT'S ALLIES wether you like it or not, that's the truth, without US, china wont make it to the top.”

    You still don’t understand you cannot expect China to take care of PH because of its non-interference policies. China can only provide the tools, such as increased trades, infrastructures and rail roads for PH people to help themselves which the US cannot do for PH. The US will only provide the PH the tools of wars to create chaos and destruction. Another thing that you are mistaken that “CHINA'S ECONOMY IS DEPENDENDING ON AMERICA AND IT'S ALLIES,” China deals with all countries throughout the world regardless regimes, ideology or size. You can’t say the same for the US. You still have decades old thinking, you can imagine if the US stop dealing with China, a lot of things are going to be so expensive that the US will suddenly enjoy the depression and the US will be bankrupt. With so many guns on the streets during the depression, you can imagine people will be living in absolute fear. China makes it to the top, do you really think it’s because of the US? Think of it this way how come India has not climbed to the top after a century has passed. You don’t think Indian people also work hard as for corruption China has just started to deal with it in a big way recently so you cannot say corruption has prevented PH to improve. You mentioned South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, they are all related to China in many ways. Ever heard of the five dragons in Asia. The US is supporting them because of China and they’ve improved because of China.

    Without Duterte there will not be a change to the PH. Duterte created change and he did something for the country that the past governments did not dare to do. It has nothing to do with selling your country to the Chinese, the territorial dispute is only put aside in this PH does not lose anything. If Filipinos do not want Chinese help, then there will no one that can help PH.

    Posted in: Duterte meets Xi as Philippines cozies up to Beijing

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    Noypikantoku,

    “Loves his country!? or loves himself? any politicians say that they love their countries bro, we were not born yesterday to believe these lies.”

    If he loves himself, he wouldn’t make himself to be a target for execution from both the drug lords and the US. He knew full well that the PH people love the US from the daily bombardment of propaganda which Duterte mentioned this himself. Things are going to change when propaganda is taken away and more news about the messes that the US has created are exposed, people are going to change. As Xi said, China and Ph are brothers so PH will turn for the better.

    “Explain youirself why? and what is your proof that China is helping Philippines fighting crime while they prohibit our own fishermen fish in our own territory?”

    More cooperation and assistance in crime fighting forces and intelligence. More enforcement to fight drug smugglers. Do you know that China has quietly built a big drug rehab center for PH? I have never heard the US built something like that for a country, only on their bases. About China prohibiting PH fishermen fish in the area, you must be confused thinking that sovereignty is defined in the ruling, if China has the sovereignty over the islands then China has the right to prohibit fishing in their territory. In any event, there is a decision to set aside the dispute and so the fishing rights may be in place. China has offered to freeze the dispute for the moment which it does not have to do. Now both sides can sit down and do business. Peace for all, isn’t that good for the world?

    “You are living in the past, How many Filipinos now are benefiting from america. Wether you like it or not, Philippines is not ready to become North Korea or Venezuela, and all the comforts we are having right now is because of our alliance with America.”

    You are living in the Western propaganda world. If PH are benefiting from the US, think about this carefully, how come PH is so poor and corruption is rampant? Shouldn’t PH at least be improving from exposure to the US. You could say that it’s all PH own making. It’s more like PH is being suck dry just like Africa before. You mentioned North Korea and Venezuela so you must not understand how China works, it follows non-interference and win-win solutions. Both of those countries are not under China and they make their own political decisions. You can notice that North Korea does not really listen to China. PH has been a democratic country and under the US for quite some time, shouldn’t it be much better though? You really think the “US Did everything it can to assist the Philippines!” You see American movies, arms and cars they all sucking away money from PH, it’s only a one way street to benefit the US. Why do think Duterte doesn’t care about the US investments?

    Duterte may seem to be inconsistent but he does everything for his country. He sacrificed his own life and reputation for the sake of his country. If he does not fit to be the PH president as you said, then there must be a flaw in the democratic system which happens all the time in the US.

    Posted in: Duterte meets Xi as Philippines cozies up to Beijing

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    turbotsat,

    “The PH govt refused to renew the lease, forcing the US to leave ... "demonstrations" forced the USA out? You don't see the US leaving Okinawa, do you?”

    I wonder why the PH govt refused to renew the lease, not because the people did not want them there? As for Okinawa, people there also want the US to leave but they refused. This is the point I try to make to you. Okinawa is the key strategic location for the US. The US will not leave Okinawa no matter what.

    “PH pushed the US out, but "nothing bears fruit for PH, terrorism is rampant and infrastructure is crumbling" is the USA's fault?”

    My point is there is no benefit from getting close to the US, China supports PH in fighting crimes and building up their infrastructure which the US is not able to do for the PH. You can see that the US interferes in the PH internal affairs and tries to dictate what the PH government should be doing for the benefits of the US. The US tries to stir up chaos in SE Asia so that the economies of the surrounding countries would slow down especially China’s. I don’t see anything wrong with being close to China, the dispute will be set aside, trades will improve, and eventually PH people’s lives will be better.

    “Tibet was independent from at least 1912 until 1950, when China's People's Liberation Army invaded it ... by your theory Okinawa and the Philippines could both have been retained by the USA to the present day and they would have no complaint.”

    Enough said about Tibet, this is only an excuse to smear China. Tibet has been part of China for centuries, the UN says so, and so is the US. If you think Tibet is not part of China, go and complain to the US government.

    Do you know the history of Hawaii and for that matter, the history of the US? I wonder how come only 8,000 full-blooded Hawaiians are left. What happened when the US invaded Hawaii? How come the indigenous people are so few in between? Look at the number of Tibetan people and their living conditions, now say out loud "only 8,000 full-blooded Hawaiians are left," the US must be ashamed of that.

    Think about what happened when PH was US colony, they treated PH people like dirt. Have you ever wondered how come Duterte mentioned the history when the US invaded PH? The US troops managed to have over 3 million American descendants in the PH, of course they are happy being there.

    Posted in: Duterte meets Xi as Philippines cozies up to Beijing

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    Turbotsat,

    “USA left the Philippines and Panama to local governments, and finally left the Philippine military bases when the Philippines asked them to. Who's forcing anybody?”

    There were numerous demonstrations in PH to force the US out, the US had no choice but to leave. The US came back to PH with all kinds of promises to help PH but nothing bears fruit for PH, terrorism is rampant and infrastructure is crumbling. But the US has learned the lesson this time as with the help of previous government heightening up the tension with China so that it could be seen as a good guy and China were bad. PH people started to believe and love the US but in the next few years you will see more and more people will be turning towards China.

    “If Japan asked the USA to leave, do you think the USA would say 'No'?” Okinawa did ask the US to leave but instead of leaving they just moved the base, I bet, to an even bigger base. Japan is like a little chic in the palm of the US so cute that it’s being patted once in a while.

    “How about if Tibet asked China to leave?” Tibet is a part of China, the UN confirms it, so I don’t understand your point. Then, here is what you should question, “how about if Hawaii asked the US to leave?”

    Posted in: Duterte meets Xi as Philippines cozies up to Beijing

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    How come nobody mentioned about poor labour standards in Japan?

    Posted in: Dentsu received labor bureau warning 4 months before employee’s suicide

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    Chop Chop,

    “So Philippine is no longer needed Japan's patrol boats and planes. Why Japanese Government needs to supply patrol planes and boats as planned.”

    So you mean Japanese Government is bribing PH government? Shame on JP.

    “The President thinks he was winner because he got permission for Filipinos fishermen to fishing in its own territory from Communist Chinese Government. What a joke Duterte?”

    Both sides hold the fishing rights doesn’t mean a loss on either side. Just like the fishing rights between Taiwan and Japan, sovereignty is not affected. What do you propose PH to do attack China? Talk is the best way to benefit PH people.

    “I’m sure his family will be biggest benefited group from China deal. Communist Chinese Government’s affiliated Companies are famous for bribing the ruler of country.”

    In either way whether he gets from the US or China, he will be rich anyway. Duterte loves his country so much that he risks upsetting the US knowing full well that there will be consequences. Besides he’s only swinging the pendulum back, he just wants PH not to be a lapdog for the US which uses PH to confront China. You know that he was told by the US to use the ruling to go against China so that other countries would follow. Instead of being happy that China and PH can get along and settle the dispute peacefully, the western media portrays the US has failed. Is it a contest? Think about it, day in and day out we are being fed with misinformation about China. We’ve hardly ever seen China going around killing innocent people in other countries and having military bases all over the world. Common, aid from the US is just a kick in the bucket, China can improve PH’s infrastructures and trades which are better for the PH people as a whole. Talking nonsense about being a vessel state of China, PH just wants to be neutral and under control of no one.

    “The corrupt Governments anywhere in the world do not benefit personally from dealing with US or democratically elected Western Government.”

    No, of course not. First the US would accuse the other governments of corrupt and undemocratic, then taking them out resulting in bloodshed and piles of dead bodies of innocent people. In the end those countries are in ruin and messier than before. Duterte is right in cleaning up his country’s internal mess first then seeking help to improve his people’s living condition which the US cannot do. All in all, what he is doing can bring peace to South East Asia and pave the path for Asia Century.

    Posted in: Duterte meets Xi as Philippines cozies up to Beijing

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    Yea, every ruling is binding but who cares.

    Posted in: Obama says South China Sea ruling 'binding'

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    OssanAmerica, now you admitted that there was “the miniscule increase,” the point is Japanese government should leave everything “as is”, let the status quo intact. Number of private ownership should have been the same throughout. The change affects China’s position in that it weakens China’s sovereignty status and strengthens Japan’s control position because now Japanese government owns four of the islets instead of just one. “A dot on the I and a cross over the t,” means only a slight change can cause the whole agreement invalid. Besides, if “they have been and continue to be under Japanese control,” why Japan has to care when China patrols the area since there is no change in control. So how could you call it “offensive” when the control remains the same? I can guarantee you this after China settles with the Philippines there will be no need to deal with the US because the US will keep quiet and not interfering any more. See for yourself how the Philippine president called the US ambassador, and how he was so upset about the US interfering in the Philippines’ domestic matters. The US is now in the patching up mode. Maybe, Duterte is not that easy to bribe.

    Posted in: Japan warns China of worsening ties over East China Sea dispute

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    OssanAmerica, you didn’t answer my question that leads me to believe that there was a change in status quo which upset China. And, there are plenty of evidence that the islands belong to China you just didn’t want to admit it. Without the nationalization there wouldn’t be a need to rile up nationalism and mixing trade with geopolitics are quite normal, don’t tell me you are too naïve to know this.

    Satellite photos showing aircraft hangars, placing missiles on one of the islands, and oil platforms with radar, these all mean someone keeps spying on China, and they come up with all sorts of speculations. Did you ever hear that China showed disturbing satellite photos of other countries? No, never because China always minds its own business.

    Yes, the US Navy always says it has been doing this and that for decades, yet you never doubt why it has to do that half the world away. It’s called “hegemony.” And, don’t say it’s for protection because there wouldn’t be Korean war or Vietnam war if the US was not there. How many more people have to die before you will call the US “the beast in the clown clothing.” Believe me without the US there Asia will be more peaceful. And, without the US troops Japan will not have to be afraid that North Korea will pound it to oblivion. It’s the US imperialism that causes all the havoc in the world today, the war with ISIS will never end until the US puts down arms and admits its failure just like Vietnam.

    When you say, “Actually it's succeeding more than expected, thanks to China's uncivilized attitude towards the rule of international law and the continued militarization of the SCS,” do you have any proofs or just trying to make yourself feel better? Both the US and Japan denied or went against the rulings of the Courts before so are they also uncivilized? According to you, “China CAN'T invade the Senkakus. The United States has told them so,” but China has no intention to invade or stir up troubles at all, everything that has been happening in East and South East Asia has been the results of countries poking at China and China has to respond. The key player behind the curtain has always been the US. And, I don’t know what you mean when you say, “It will eventually go too far and be put down,” how can China go too far when everything it has done is just responding to the provocation.

    In the end you don’t like China because China is not a democratic country and I may add without freedom all because of the CCP. Do you judge a government by its achievements or by its ideology? China under CCP has become the second largest economy from the zero base and has moved over 600 million people out of poverty in the matter of only a few decades. If you have been to China, you will know how amazing it’s become. People are free to make money and get rich. They don’t care about politics, that’s why they have the government for. Those in government are selected from the best and the brightest, but you can’t say the same about the US. In the US during the election, who is the most absurd or rude would gain the most points. Do you notice that recently the US seems to be in the trial and error mode, it had selected the strong (Bush), the performer (Reagan), the minority (Obama), and I bet pretty soon there would be the female (Hillary), by the way they are all rich and lots of connections. It’s like someone is arranging all these. So I doubt that the US is really a democratic country, by name yes, but in reality it isn’t. Look at polls how many people go out and vote. Land of the free they called it, in certain places I don’t even want to walk through, afraid being shot at. The US has not been improving, it’s stagnant, whenever someone trying to do something good for the majority it’s got shot down or delayed for years. Do you believe that it’s one of the most modern countries in the world but no high-speed train and infrastructures are crumbling and the poor are increasing in numbers not decreasing. So what went wrong, where are the achievements besides killing innocent people in other parts of the world.

    Posted in: Japan warns China of worsening ties over East China Sea dispute

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