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#1 Mario Milano

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 01:32 AM

UK seeks to grab attention with planned South China Sea mission: China

Wed Feb 14, 2018 06:49AM

A leading Chinese newspaper has criticized Britains decision to sail one of its warships through the disputed South China Sea next month.

Media reports said on Wednesday that British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson had said in remarks published a day earlier during a visit to Australia that the UK was to send a warship through the South China Sea to assert Britains purported right to freedom of navigation.

Chinese newspaper The Global Times reacted on Wednesday, saying Britain was trying to grab attention by sending the military ship to the South China Sea, where territory is disputed between China and smaller neighbors, including Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

The widely read state-run tabloid demanded that British officials state clearly the objective of the mission.

If not provocation, the Royal Navy should behave modestly when passing through the South China Sea,
it said in editorials published in its English and Chinese-language editions. By acting tough against China, Britains Ministry of Defense is trying to validate its existence and grab attention.

The paper went on to question Britains military and financial power, asking whether the Royal Navy could actually complete the tour, considering budget cuts and problems with a new aircraft carrier that has a leak.

As the Royal Navy has been hit by news such as a leaky aircraft carrier and the UK government has a tight budget, it appears a difficult mission for the Royal Navy to come all this way to provoke China, it wrote.

China has repeatedly accused countries outside the region the United States in particular of trying to stir tensions in the South China Sea and exploit territorial disputes by sending warships there under the pretext of exercising self-proclaimed freedom of navigation rights.

This is while Beijing has been involved in peaceful diplomacy with its neighbors to address the territorial disputes.

Billions of dollars in trade commodities pass through the South China Sea each year.

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#2 Mario Milano

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 03:10 AM

Gee somehow I don't think the Chinese with shit loads of sunburn missiles are exactly shitting their pants because UK has send this tub in......

 

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HMS Sutherland, pictured in file image, is the Royal Navy¿s fastest frigate....


Edited by Mario Milano, 15 February 2018 - 03:15 AM.

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#3 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 04:41 AM

Old proverb, Don't engage with a fool.


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Posted 15 February 2018 - 10:02 PM

Those fools think we are still living in the age of sending a Gunboat up the Yanksy River to frighten the natives.


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#5 Pete_V

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 06:15 AM

They are getting worried because their plan was to turn China into this low-wage factory, captive market and colony that would be so dependent on the JEWest that it would have to do whatever the JEWest tells them to do but this plan was dependent on Russia being out of the way. With Russia back in the game China has more breathing space, like a Russian analysts said recently "Russia provides strategic security".

 

Having said that, China is still very dependent on the JEWest and i hope they get out of their dependency and start to be more active in world affairs because most of the time they are just standing there like a Buddha statue. 


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#6 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 06:53 AM

Chinese Communists owe much of their success to the USA that helped them beat Nationalist Chinese.

Of course they should also recognize that it was USA that had so many Chinese killing each other.

Plus it was USA that inspired Japan to invade China.


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#7 Pete_V

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 08:01 AM

Chinese Communists owe much of their success to the USA that helped them beat Nationalist Chinese.

Of course they should also recognize that it was USA that had so many Chinese killing each other.

Plus it was USA that inspired Japan to invade China.

 

Yep. The Maoist Revolution was "made in JewSA" too. China and Russia share a modern history that is amazingly similar. Jew-manufactured revolution, both being turned into captive markets/colonies/"friendnemies", both had their "silent counter-revolution" (Stalin in Russia, Xiaoping and Yaobang in China), both were deliberately being kept alive even after this "silent counter-revolution" because the Jews still needed this captive market/colony/"friendnemy".

 

The major difference of course was that "Grand Plan" required that the USSR had to go (and Russia being destroyed in the process) while China was to replace the USSR. I am fairly certain that Mao becoming extremely aggressive towards the USSR had something to do with this. Mao was no "indirect agent", he was a pedophile that came from a pedophile Jesuit front...in fact his fake wive was arrested because she was abusing little Chinese girls.

 

And yes, Japan was forced to go to war because the JewSA gave it no choice...but before that happened it was armed to the teeth thanks to transfers of technology from the USA and Britain just like Germany was.


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