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US inciting South - East Asian countries against China.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2014 8:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

World’s 4 'most peace loving' countries signing military pacts
The world’s four ‘most peace loving’ countries have been going around signing military pacts and buying and selling arms to one another, all in the name of advancing regional peace and stability. The US, Japan, India and Australia, have been very busy inking defence agreements. The latest by Modi and Abbott, ‘They agreed to hold regular meetings at the level of the Defence Minister, conduct regular maritime exercises and convene regular navy to navy, air force to air force and army to army staff talks.’
On the other the ‘most belligerent country’ China according to the West, has been going around the world signing trade pacts and free trade agreements, the latest with Australia and the state of Tasmania.
Countries signing trade pacts are offensive and dangerous. Military pacts are peaceful, friendly and for peace. Just believe the western media and the Empire and their cronies and you will have world peace. Don’t believe in countries that go around to trade and promote economic growth.
India got no money and time to build Smart Cities but got a lot of time and money to buy and build more submarines to tell the world the Indian Ocean belongs to India and no one can come in, and practising big power hegemony in South Asia. At the same time it is conducting war games in East China Sea and South China Sea. All very friendly acts, to promote peace and stability. No need to mention what the Americans and the Japanese are doing. Australia thinks and acts as the sheriff of South East Asia. Just wondering when would it be overrun by Indonesia.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Minxin Pei – Understanding a colonized mind
This is a Chinese by ethnicity professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, US. She wrote an article titled “Why China should drop its slogan of ‘Asia for Asians’” in the editorial page of the ST on 5 Dec. She was obviously very offended by Xi Jinping’s called for ‘Asia for Asians’ as if it infringed on her mental freedom as a ‘westerner’, and thinking all good things must be western centric with the West as the centre of human civilization. She could not see her western biased agenda and thinking process. I will leave you to read her thrash but just to quote a few paragraphs to prove my point.
‘Some Chinese strategists believe the US is using Asian states particularly Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam, as pawns to contain China. If this perspective has prevailed at home, Chinese leaders, including Mr Xi, could have reached the fateful conclusion that, on balance, America’s security presence in Asia directly threatens Chinese interests and must be eliminated.
That would be a grave strategic error, based on a fundamental misreading of Asian security dynamics. Most of China’s neighbours, even North Korea, fear an unconstrained Chinese hegemon – and, if the US security presence were eliminated, that is precisely what they would face. ‘Asia for Asians’ would be ‘Asia for the Chinese’.’
From the above quote one can see how naïve is this professor. She does not believe that the US is using Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam to contain China. Of course she believes that this is not the case because the Americans told her so. She also believes that the American presence in Asia does not threaten Chinese interests. I am wondering is she a juvenile? Of course the Americans have been threatening Chinese interests since the Second World War with a series of containment policies and overt and covert threats to China’s interests and national security. She does not know that? My God!
Of course the American threat must be eliminated if you are a Chinese and managing China’s national interests. But for a banana thinking like a banana, China is the threat to America and must be contained but keep telling the Chinese to believe that the Americans are not doing anything to contain China. How silly can she be as a professor?
What about the perception of China as a hegemon? The Americans are the hegemon and still the hegemon. China is a rising power challenging the primacy of this hegemon but has yet to be a hegemon.
What cock is she talking about? Yes, many Afro Asians are thinking exactly what the West and the Americans are telling them, just like her, Americans are for peace and China is belligerent, hostile and a hegemon to be. After centuries of reading this kind of literature, even a naïve professor would have her brain cleansed and washed to think so. It must be.
It would take at least half a century for the Afro Asian minds to think that China could be and is a friendly power unlike the American Empire that is oppressing the whole world and threatening the whole world with wars and interventions. It is not easy to clean up the minds of unthinking masses subjected to the daily dosages of mind bending propaganda. Soak the mind with Dettol would not work either.
China would have to prove by words and deeds to its neighbours that it is a friendly power. It is doing that in Africa and Central Asia. It is doing so in South East Asia as well but not easy when the Americans are behind their thinkings. China is growing to be more assertive or is it the Philippines, Vietnam and Japan or Australia that are getting more assertive? As a hegemon, China would have kicked the asses of the Philippines and Vietnam and ran all over Japan and India. It does not do any of this stuff but restraining itself to diplomacy unless forced into a tight corner.
China is not a hegemon. There is no room for hegemon and empires in modern geopolitics. War is no longer an option to settle big power disputes. China is winning the war for influence by trade and economic policies. Not a single Chinese soldier is engaged in wars of domination and hegemony in any corner of the world. Whose soldiers are doing that, fighting wars and interfering in the domestic politics of independent states and nations and threatening regime change?
Only idiots are blind to see. A professor can also be an idiot, be blind to see the truth right before his or her very eyes.
PS. I should use the title ‘How to get a university education and still be stupid’.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 15, 2015 8:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What is provocative action? - Another piece of western crap for the daft
In a Bloomberg article titled, ‘Why Sri Lanka should remain in China’s embrace’ in the Today paper yesterday, the editor wrote and commented on the reasons why Sri Lanka should continue to receive financial aid and infrastructure development from China but not without sneaking a little comment to plant a negative idea in the heads of the readers. And I quote, ‘And needless provocative actions – such as the docking of Chinese submarines at Sri Lankan ports, which Mr Rajapaksa allowed – should ceased.’
How provocative is the docking of a couple of submarines in Sri Lankan port? The Americans have several ships docked in Changi. Provocative? The Americans have military bases in Japan and South Korea. Not provocative? The Americans flew spy planes along the coast of China. Not provocative? The Americans flew nuclear armed B 52 bombers heading straight towards China mainland. Not provocative? The American bombed the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade. Not provocative?
The Americans conduct regular wargames simulating an attack on North Korea near the North Korean border. Not provocative? The Americans hacked and brought down the North Korean’s computer system. Not provocative.
The Indians conducting wargames in East China Sea with Japan and the Americans, not provocative? The Indians conducting wargames with the Vietnamese in South China Seas, not provocative?
What do you think is provocative action?
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The US ‘declares’ war with China
Hishammudin Hussein speaking as the Chair of Asean, wants to form an Asean peacekeeping force. A military force within Asean would turn it into a different animal, instead of economic and political, into a gun wielding marshal in town. According to Johannes Nugroho, a businessman writer from Surabaya, the intended enemy is none other than China. Asean, with several of its members having competing claim islands in the South China Sea, would be poised to challenge China militarily when such a force is formed.
It is unusual that small countries today think they could provoke and challenge superpowers with might and think they could walk away the winner. The Philippines and Vietnam thought so until China slammed its foot down. When vital core interests are at stake, China is not going to back down when confronted by the little punks in the neighbourhood, even with the backings of another bigger superpower.
The best policy for small and medium states is to leave the big powers alone, and let them balance each other and keep a check on each other. A rogue big power will just walk over the small and medium states if forced to when the irritation becomes unbearable. An Asean peacekeeping force is just that, an irritant to be tolerated and to be smacked when it crosses the line.
An Asean peacekeeping force to fool around with other small states may make some sense but would be totally useless against any big power. At best it would give Asean a false sense of power and tempting it to be flirtatious and adventurous, and inviting troubles it cannot cope with.
What is Hishammudin thinking, Asean as a regional power to call the shots? Should Asean go on this adventure, to be another sheriff in the high seas? He acknowledged that it is difficult to ‘upholding ASEAN’s zone of peace, freedom and neutrality.’ Is he saying that since being neutral is tough, why not give it up and take sides.
The above mysterious proposal of the Malaysians, eager to play with fire becomes clear when the Commander of the US Seventh Fleet, Vice Admiral Robert Thomas called on the region’s countries to form a military force to patrol the South China Sea. ‘If ASEAN members were to take the lead in organising something along those lines, trust me, the US 7th Fleet would be ready to support.’ The Vice Admiral said this at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition yesterday. The Americans also confirmed that Japan would be there in the front line with India and Singapore is all in favour of India’s participation in the South China Sea, according Ng Eng Hen.
The war plan in the American military chessboard, the Asean countries will be the pawns doing the provocation and attacking the Chinese vessels and assets in the South China Sea. The Japanese and Indian Navies will be in the area to provide protective cover in case China strikes back. The US will be watching from a distance to manage the conflict from afar while the little fools fight and kill themselves instead of gunning for peace and economic growth.
What would be the likely lined ups on this battle field? China, Russia, North Korea, and a few Asean states like Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand on one side against the US, Japan, India, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Singapore?
What would China do in the event that the Malaysian proposal of a regional patrol backed by the Japanese, Indians and US takes form? Would the region in East China hot up, would the Sino Indian border hot up, would the Pakistan Indian border hot up as well? The flame will burn in the South China Sea for sure.
All the best to Asean as an oasis of peace and neutrality. They have enjoyed peace for too long and wanted to taste a bit of war like the Middle East. War is fun, a lot of heroes and a lot of black body bags too. Thank you America, for your warm support.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The most powerful Asean state going to declare war with China
The most powerful military state in Asean is drumming at ever higher pitch to start a war with China. With its battle order headed by the biggest warship in Asean donated by the Americans, the Americans wanted to scrap this WW2 junk but found a country that could put it to good use, and a few patrol boats donated by the Japanese, the war machine of the Philippines is formidable. China’s navy would soon be wiped out and all its South China Sea islands would be taken over by the Philippines. Maybe Aquino would be generous enough to offer a few pieces to the Americans for more antique warships to invade China.
The Pinoys, without failed, have been drumming up fears of a China monster sitting in the South China Sea, the picture of this monster is even more vivid than what the Americans could envisage and imagine. And the Americans and the Japanese believe that this is true. Not sure if the monster was created in Hollywood or in Tokyo, not sure if the Pinoys were given the image of this monster to whip by the Americans. Or was it created by the top intellectuals from the Pinoy think tanks?
Anyway the origin of this monster is not important. What is important is that more military agreements would be signed between the US and the Philippines and more American troops and hardware would find their way to the Philippines, more war games and more provocations to get China into a fight.
The Pinoys are sure to win this war. Singapore got to be extra careful. Some of the Pinoys have unintentionally divulged a Pinoy state secret, that they are harbouring the ambition of making Singapore a state of the Pinoy Empire. I think the proof is still floating in the internet. Just google Edz Ello and you will get the message. Indonesia also has to step aside. It is no longer the most powerful country in Asean, militarily. Subic and Clark Air Bases would come to life again with American soldiers helping the Pinoys to rule South East Asia. The Pinays would have a lot of good jobs to do and no need to be foreign maids.
We are witnesses to the rise of a regional military power in South East Asia. The country that would defeat China and seize control of China’s islands in the South China Sea, the Philippines is the new and top regional military power.
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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 8:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Philippines want to build naval facilities in contested Spratley Islands
The Philippines govt has big plans to build a naval base in the Spratley Islands to challenge China’s claim in the South China Sea. The initial cost is $23.8m and another $200m for a full scale naval base. The plans are there but stalled for lack of funds. I would suggest they come to Singapore, look for a Singaporean to sell his good class bungalow and there will be enough money for the initial phase with money to spare. Or they could call on the Pinoy community here to make a donation and they could even have enough money to build the full scale naval base.
To be realistic, money is not everything. They would need the right equipment, the skilled manpower and the expertise to reclaim islands and building infrastructure. The best solution is for the Philippines to pay a courtesy call to Xi Jinping in Beijing. China would have everything the Philippines need, from cheap financing, skilled labour, engineering expertise and equipment to do the job in double quick time.
The Chinese could offer the Pinoys a comprehensive package and throw in some goodie bags as well. Be nice to the Chinese and everything would be done for them for a song.
Maybe the Americans could set up a military base on behalf of its colony in the island. The Americans would be most willing to gain a military foothold in the South China Sea to cause mischief. Ya, they could build their base in the Mischief Reef, for free. The Philippines govt need not pay a single cent. Just invite the Empire to be the masters again.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2015 8:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

American treachery by Dr. Sawraj Singh - http://thelinkpaper.ca/?p=46070
I saw a beautiful comparison of the railways in China and India, titled Indian Elephant Vs Chinese Dragon: Snail Rail Vs Bullet Train, done by Headlines Today (an Indian news channel) and available to watch on Youtube.com. For the comparison, two Indian reporters travel in one of the best trains in each country. One reporter travelled from Shanghai to Beijing on a bullet train, while the other travelled from Delhi to Jaipur aboard a train known as the Ajmer Shatabdi….
What these reporters have shown by comparing the railway systems actually represents the overall situation in both countries. Mao’s China gives the impression of a disciplined, harmonious, and tranquil society; while Gandhi’s India, where order and discipline have almost completely disappeared, pushing the country to chaos bordering upon complete anarchy.
While the Indian reporters presented a very balanced and fair comparison, the western media, with its ulterior motives, continues to present a very biased presentation. Nowadays, they are clamoring about the Indian economic growth rate exceeding the growth rate in China. The western media, which is bent on proving that India is going to overtake China, should watch this presentation by the Indian reporters. They may realize that their predictions are unlikely in the foreseeable future….
Why is the western media doing this? The obvious reason is that the West wants to use India as a sacrificial lamb. They want us to do their fighting and suffer the consequences. They want to shift the arena of the Third World War from Europe to South Asia. India has to see through the West’s ulterior motives and try to protect its own interests. We should not fall into the trap which the West has set for us.
Dr. Sawraj Singh, MD F.I.C.S. is the Chairman of the Washington State Network for Human Rights and Chairman of the Central Washington Coalition for Social Justice. He can be reached at
The above extracts are from an article written by Dr Sawraj Singh. The rest of the world should take note of his advice to stay out of the American scheme to drag everyone into wars. They are instigating the Asean countries to join them in a military conflict with China which would definitely drag in the Russians into the fray as well. While the Americans fight wars away from their homeland, the wars fought by those dragged into it, in the case of South China Sea region, will be in their front yards and would lead to attacks in their countries. So far, touch wood, only the silly Pinoys and Japanese think that it is a good idea to go to war with China. The Malaysians are showing signs of backside itchy recently.
The Americans are stirring more shit in Europe and dragging the G7 countries to go along to confront China and Russia. In the 19th Century they manipulated the League of Nation in the 8 country invasion of China. Now they are trying a similar trick to lead another 8 nations to attack China, the G7 plus one or two stupid Asean countries. But the China they are facin today is not the same militarily weak China of the past. And China would have allies to join force to repel the invaders.
The Evil Empire is trying its evil best to provoke a world war for their own interests and lure the rest of the world to die for them. Would the rest of the world wise up, excluding the G7 that are in cahoot with the Americans to dominate the world?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 21, 2015 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Australia – The boy pretending to be a man
Australia is thinking seriously about sending military aircraft and naval ships to skirt Chinese territories in the South China Sea. It did that during the cross strait crisis by sailing a few warships through the Straits of Taiwan as a show of force, a flexing of military muscle at a time when China was still militarily inferior to the Americans. Standing on the shoulders of the Americans, the Australians are howling how strong they are and wanting to taunt and even go to war with China.
A midget militarily and no better than the Philippines, they still think China is the China they could push around. Remove the American military umbrella, the Indonesians could run through that island continent they robbed from the aborigines and make it part of greater Indonesia like a piece of cake.
Peter Jennings, a military analyst, is pushing and goading the Australian govt to flex its muscles with China, to show that Australia can snub at China at will. And many Australian politicians also believe that Australia should prove its manhood to China and China would be cowered in fear. The Alice in Wonderland mentality or is it Crocodile Dundee, is still prevalent in this British colony. The Australians still believe they are a big player in geopolitics. They still could not see why their mining industry gone turtle up when the Chinese stop buying their iron ores.
The provocative measures the Australians are flirting with to test the resolve of China is comical. The dragon has awakened and the crocodile will become crocodile meat in Chinese herbal brew. It would be safer to send Crocodile Dundee to New York than to the South China Sea.
Grow up mate, the world has changed.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2015 8:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Raffles Revealed – A lesson in history

Raffles Revealed is currently being run on Channel News Asia on the man himself and his role as an Imperialist serving the British Empire. It touched on Raffles ambition to wrestle Indonesia from the Dutch and French and bring it under the ambit of the Empire. The Dutch and French were fully in control of Indonesia operating from Batavia, present day Jakarta. Raffles was in Calcutta, the HQ of the British East India Company or front of the British Empire.

His strategy was to sow discord among the native tribal chiefs to rise against the Dutch. The natives were eager beaver, seeing the potential of an external power to assist them to overthrow the Dutch colonialists. But they did not realised that the British were doing it for their own convenience and their objective was to replace the Dutch as the colonial master and the native chiefs would still remain under another colonial power. Or the native chiefs might just play along, to get the British to fight the Dutch. They did negotiate with the British for their independence but was turned down. The British eventually attacked them as well and seized control of Indonesia for themselves.

The situation and the tactics used by the British then were similar to the situation in South China Sea. The Americans are here, sowing discord among the Asean countries against China. The difference is that China is not colonising any of the Asean states but with counter claims to the some of the islands in the South China Sea. But the Asean states are behaving like the native chiefs, thinking that they could invite the bigger devil to deal with a smaller devil, and thinking that at the end of the day the bigger devil will allow them to take control of the disputed islands.

The Americans today share the same strategic interests of the British in Raffles’ times. They are here for their own interests and carving out areas of influence and control. And the Asean countries are behaving like the native chiefs, thinking that they are wiser and could play the big powers against one another. The Americans seized the moment and the opportunity to agitate the Asean countries to rise against China.

In the narrative of Raffles Revealed, it was all about power and domination. There were no issues or concerns about human rights, national sovereignty and territorial integrity. The Americans are here simply to guard their own interests and manipulating the Asean states to do their bidding but would be the ultimate winner and ruler of the region.

Eventually the use of force and power would rule the day. The Asean states, like the native chiefs of Indonesia, were just pawns in a bigger chess board. They are only to be used and to be controlled or dominated by either of the two super powers. They silly dreams of taking advantage of big power conflict to serve their interests would be like the dreams of the native chiefs, eventually still be conquered and ruled by the British Empire, now the American Empire.

Anything changed? History is a good teacher provided the students are not daft and willing to learn from it.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Koreans on the verge of war
The South Koreans claimed that their soldiers were killed by landmines planted by the North Koreans and blasted their loudspeakers across the border. This led to the North Koreans firing at the South’sloudspeakers, each set consists of 48 big loudspeakers and with 5 or 6 sets in 11 locations facing North Korea claiming to reach a distance of 24 km. Do the South Koreans believe that it is a friendly thing act, blasting propaganda across the border? And with that excuse, the South Koreans fired more artillery across the border.
And the South Koreans blamed the North Koreans for provocations. Who is really provoking who? Who is conducting annual large scale military exercises to simulate an invasion of North Korea? What about regular monthly exercises? What about the loudspeakers and balloons with propaganda to incite rebellion in the North? No, these are not provocations. The provocations came from the North when they reacted angrily to these initiatives from the South and the Americans.
Come on, who are you kidding? How many more provocations would the South do before the North hits back? The latest crisis has reached danger point and the North Koreans have started to deploy their troops near to the border. And their fleet of submarines have left their bases and their positions unknown and undetectable. With the attack submarines out in the sea, war is imminent.
Since the South Koreans are so eager to have war with the North, the world might as well give them the blessing and encourage them to go to war with the North. After all they have been provoking the North almost daily and preparing for an invasion of the North.
Good luck to the Koreans if they manage to wipe out each other out and leave the Korean peninsula as a war zone, no man’s land, as a buffer between Japan/USA and China. Leave the peninsula as a waste land with no Koreans.
Is that what the South Koreans want? Is that why they are constantly provoking the North to a fight?
Fortunately the North Koreans are more sensible than the South and would not be drawn into a suicidal war to destroy the Koreans as a people. The North has initiated high power talks to defuse the tension. Would the South Koreans be wise enough to back off or would they be ordered by the Americans to take a tougher stand and to provoke the North into an open war? The South Koreans deserve to be annihilated for their provocations. The North Koreans do not deserve that. They have been the victims of the South Koreans and Americans plot to go to war and are avoiding it like crazy.
On the other hand the western media have been on a campaign to paint the North as the provocateurs and the war mongers, the demons, and the South Koreans were the victims and the Americans were the angels.
Go, South Koreans, go and kill all the North Koreans as well as South Koreans. The Americans and the Japanese love that and will be very happy to be on your side, to see the two Koreans kill and destroy each other. Amen.
This Asian tragedy is waiting to happen if the reckless and stupid South Koreans continue to be manipulated by the Americans and Japanese to want to kill their Korean brothers and sisters.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Evil American Empire continues to provoke the North Koreans
It was reported that the Americans and South Koreans were conducting a large scale military exercise, the Ulchi Freedom, along the North Korean borders simulating an invasion of North Korea. The number of troops involved, 50,000 South Korean soldiers and 30,000 US soldiers. A military exercise of such a scale is hostile on all counts and the North Koreans had condemned it as ‘Such large scale joint military exercises…are little short of a declaration of a war.’ And the North Koreans are threatening to strike back.
And the silly pro American allies and nations would condemn the North Koreans for reacting and shaking their fists. How biased are the Americans and their allies not to condemn the American provocations but put the blame on the North Koreans as the hostile party? Such exercises are held regularly, several times a year, and are claimed to be peaceful, for defensive purposes.
Imagine if a neighbouring country is conducting such a big scale exercise against another country, with the target country be Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore or the USA, would it be acceptable?
The Evil Empire is doing it with impunity today. Their turn will come when they will be on the receiving end one day. What you throw out will come around. It always happened, only a matter of time.
The world must condemn the real provocateur of aggression, the Evil Empire, for provoking the North Koreans and other countries all over the world. The American people must rise to oppose their evil regime from starting wars every where. If they continue to do so, war will come to America, in American soil, to give the Americans a taste of their own medicine.
PS. Thank God the Koreans are not duped into killing each other.
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Asean – Between the devil and the deep blue sea
Asean countries have been invited by Obama to Sunnylands estate in California for a retreat. The agenda has been crafted by the Americans for Asean to join the Empire to go knocking their heads against China, the top trading partners of many Asean countries. According to Dr Tang Siew Mun from the Yusof Ishak Institute, ‘The US will pitch for explicit support for US actions in the South China Sea but Obama may leave Sunnylands disappointed.’ This is not the picture the western media like NYT, AFP etc are saying. Instead they reporting that the Asean countries are all living in fear of China and would join arms to fight China.
Asean are not the pieces on a chess board and the Americans are moving them together to form a united front against China like the socalled League of Nations 8 western powers invading China. Would the Asean countries be made to fight a war against China for the interests of the Empire? The heightened tension would be great opportunities for the Americans and their war industries to start selling weapons that the Asean countries would now need to defend against an enemy the China chose for them.
China is now the biggest trading partners to many Asean countries and investing heavily in them. Would Asean trade the economic benefits for war that would only lead to the destruction of their economies and the killing of their people?
In Sunnylands the Asean leaders would have to choose between a military super power and an economic super power, to chose between war and peace, to choose between economic growth or instability and destruction.
To the Americans, the best thing for Asean is tension and war with China. After 60 years of peace and stability, would Asean be foolish enough to want to court war and destruction for the benefits of the Americans and the Empire? Every summit, meeting, conference with the military power is about war. Every meeting with the economic power is about trade and investment.
It is not so right to say between the devil and the deep blue sea. It is more between war and peace, between destruction and construction, between wasting money in buying weapons or infrastructure development and trade.
Would Asean leaders be tempted by the devil to bring destruction to their countries and people?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chinese missiles in the Paracels
This is the latest good news reported by Fox News. Whether it is western media fabrication like the WMD in Iraq or real, the deployment of military assets in view of the provocative actions by the American gunboats aircraft sailing into the area is necessary and urgent. China must put in real missiles, fly in their fighter aircraft and sail in more naval ships and submarines into the region to protect its national sovereignty or be violated by the Americans at wil, and be seen as weak and unable to defend its territorial integrity.
‘South China Sea dispute: Chinese missiles in Paracels, says Fox
News
Feb. 17 (Sydney Morning Herald) --
Fairfax exclusive, May 2015: China puts weapons on its new artificial islands
The Chinese military has deployed an advanced surface-to-air missile system to one of its contested islands in the South China Sea, Fox News reported, citing new civilian satellite imagery.’
And little Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is telling the Chinese to stop reclamation and construction work in the Chinese islands. Who does she think she is, the Foreign Minister of the Empire?’

China should use the provocations by the Americans as a legitimate reason to militarise the South China Sea in the same way the Americans are using freedom of navigation to justify their military presence in the region. China cannot let the Americans threaten its sovereignty and appear weak and do nothing when confronted by the American missile destroyers. No country would back out and do nothing in the face of foreign military intimidation. The Americans are using freedom of navigation to for military intervention. The Chinese should thank the Americans for the provocations as the reason to militarise and defend the islands. They should move in more military hardware to match the American ships and aircraft in the region.
What China is doing is purely defensive in nature. The missiles are to protect the islands from being attacked, unlike the B52s, F22s and missile destroyers deployed by the Americans. Compare these to the militarization of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, Guam and many other Pacific Islands by the Americans, the Chinese action is legitimate and non aggressive in nature. The Americans are deploying offensive weapons in Diego Garcia to control the Indian Ocean and India is hapless and could not do anything, and in other Pacific Islands as well as military bases in South Korea, Japan, Australia, the Philippines and other South East Asian countries. They are moving all their big guns into the region for war. And China must to everything it can to defend against the Americans should the Americans start to attack China or Chinese islands in the South China Sea.
The American military allocations into the region is many times more hostile and offensive than the North Koreans sending satellites into space. The latter is a peaceful and commercial mission. What the Americans are doing is preparation for war, to attack China and North Korea but harping about peace and not to raise tension.
China must intensify its military build up in the South China Sea and prepare to defend them or face an American attack like the Japanese attacking the British colonies in WW2. The Americans are the provocateurs, the aggressors, the invaders. The Chinese are the defenders, defending their own territories.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Asean showed Obama the middle finger in Sunnylands 鸿门宴
The 10 Asean leaders were ushered to a discreet corner in the Californian desert for a historic meeting with Obama and with a special American agenda. Without whispering a word aloud, every Asean leader knew exactly what was in Obama’s mind and what was the top agenda, confrontation against China. The Asean leaders played along, exceedingly well, to waltz with the wolf but without being eaten.
No, Asean is not going to go along with the American agenda. Asean was there to talk about trade not about quarrelling with China, their Number One economic trading partner. They entertained Obama’s fanciful wet dream of hammering an agreement or joint declaration to corner China or better still a list of actions to take against China. Nothing to it. The Asean leaders would want to maintain status quo as far as issues in the South China Sea are concerned. Vietnam and Philippines tried, the western media kept painting a picture about a hostile and dangerous China culminating in a Fox News report of Chinese missiles in Yongxin Island strategically timed to psycho the Asean leaders.
No, the Asean leaders are not going to bite. They ignored all the hypes about China and refused to engage Obama in any talk on China except to repeat what they had been saying all the time, all of the same as in many Asean meetings. They wanted to continue with the adherence to the rule of law and the international order and a commitment to peaceful resolution of disputes, no arms provocation and threats of war or use of military means. The Asean leaders did not give an inch to Obama despite being holed up in the Californian desert.
Sorry Obama, you got slapped by Asean without knowing it, or knowing it but putting up a brave front that it all went the American way as orchestrated and schemed in Washington. No way.
There was no consensus or declaration to take on China in a joint US Asean anti China declaration. Asean would not be coerced or hookwinked into another Coalition of the Unwilling to fight a war against China for the Empire. The white men, oops I mean the black man, misunderstood that Asean leaders were no longer the naïve and meek ex colonial lesders of yore, to be dragged into a war they did not want and to court disaster and destruction to their economies, people and countries for the benefits of the American Empire.
Tough luck Obama. See you next time, if you come visiting as a tourist in Asean and pay homage to your childhood hometown in Indonesia.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2016 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Who is militarising the South China Sea and the world?

The police reported that a boy was seen carry a pen knife in the vicinity. The police claimed that the boy was dangerous, carrying a very dangerous weapon. Then the police sent in their forces, armed with machine guns, rocket launchers, armoured cars, tanks and F35 fighter aircraft, B52 nuclear bombers, to look for the dangerous boy. The police said they are for peace and their heavy weapons are for peace, the boy and his pen knife is disturbing the peace and very dangerous to peace and stability in the neighbourhood. You can substitute the word ‘gangster’ for the word ‘police’ for the real picture. Who is more dangerous, the police/gangster or the boy?

This is exactly what the Americans are saying and doing in the South China Sea and the Asia Pacific region. They are accusing China of militarizing the region with a few batteries of defensive missiles. Even if China were to build a military base in the South China Sea to the size of Diego Garcia or Guam, it is not only legitimate, it would be just like a pin in the ocean compares to what the Americans are doing and building in the region.

Below is a brief extract from a book ' Rebalancing U.S. Forces: Basing and Forward Presence in the Asia-Pacific’ by Carnes Lord and Andrew Erickson.

Erickson and Justin D. Mikolay begin the book’s examination on Guam. Political constraints and friction with allies and partners around the region have led U.S. military planners to look to Guam, U.S. territory on the edge of the Western Pacific battle space and an island whose residents and political leaders, unlike those on Okinawa, actually clamor for a larger military presence. The result is plans to greatly expand the basing of submarines, airpower, and Marines on the island,…. Singapore is now the key logistics and maintenance hub for Navy and Air Force operations in the South China Sea, and is the critical gateway for the U.S. presence into the eastern Indian Ocean….. American bases abroad are one of the clearest manifestations of the United States’ own brand of imperialism, deny or disguise it though it will…. In Japan alone there are 109 American bases and another 89 in South Korea. And there are bases in Thailand and the Philippines as well.


And the US deployed 325,000 military personnel in Asia and Africa according to Global Research, 97,000 in Asia, 40,258 in South Korea, 40,045 in Japan, 491 in Diego Garcia, 100 in the Philippines and increasing, 113 in Thailand, 195 in Singapore, 200 in Australia, 16,600 afloat in ships and aircraft carriers

With the pervasive presence of American bases in the region, who is the one that is militarising the region and South China Sea? Who is more dangerous, the boy or the police/gangster? Who carries more destructive weapons and is more deadly? The US is crying wolf at the sigh of a tree when they are hiding behind a forest.
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