Japan talk of warning shots heats up China dispute

Jan 19, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Asian Correspondent

Japan says it may fire warning shots and take other measures to keep foreign aircraft from violating its airspace in the latest verbal blast between Tokyo and Beijing that raises concerns that a dispute over hotly contested islands could spin out of control.

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I can read

Falkirk, UK

#24 Jan 22, 2013
old china wrote:
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Well, you got the first part right and even if you have little understanding of China or the CCP but if you think that democracy is great then you must be easily conned or a politician.
Wasn't it churchill who said 'democracy is the worst for of government possible with the exception of every other form of government'?

It's certainly better than what goes on in China.

Also, you seem to be suggesting that the CCP doesn't control China in the same way as no party controls the UK.

You could get sent to a reeducation camp for that.
Uncle Pang

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#25 Jan 22, 2013
I can read wrote:
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Wasn't it churchill who said 'democracy is the worst for of government possible with the exception of every other form of government'?
It's certainly better than what goes on in China.
Also, you seem to be suggesting that the CCP doesn't control China in the same way as no party controls the UK.
You could get sent to a reeducation camp for that.
Well dummy, if what you have is so good, why not keep it to yourself?
Why constantly inventing wars and bombing other nations, to forcing them to adopt to your 'so good democractic system'?
These fcuktards makes no sense to me at all!
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Port Moody, Canada

#27 Jan 22, 2013
Uncle Pang wrote:
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Well dummy, if what you have is so good, why not keep it to yourself?
Why constantly inventing wars and bombing other nations, to forcing them to adopt to your 'so good democractic system'?
These fcuktards makes no sense to me at all!
So you Chinese Communist Party SCUM agree democracy is FAR SUPERIOR (obviously, as so many of you live in the FREE DEMOCRATIC WEST and not the shiht-hole you have created in China!) but DO NOT WANT IT FOR CHINA's PEOPLE because that would spoil your LUCRATIVE SCAM?

We KNOW THAT ALREADY!

HA HA HA HA HA HA!
old china

Chengdu, China

#28 Jan 22, 2013
I can read wrote:
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Wasn't it churchill who said 'democracy is the worst for of government possible with the exception of every other form of government'?
It's certainly better than what goes on in China.
Also, you seem to be suggesting that the CCP doesn't control China in the same way as no party controls the UK.
You could get sent to a reeducation camp for that.
Yes Churchill said something along those lines.

Personally I prefer Hu Jintao's quote:“We should respect the right of all countries to independently choose their own development paths, promote greater dialogue and exchanges among civilizations in the spirit of democracy and equality.”

Those who settle for democracy as being the lesser of the available evils just haven't devoted any attention to the issue of finding something better.

What we all need is wise leadership that will fairly balance the needs of our societies. That does not require democracy but wisdom and wisdom is not a product of democracy but of experience and benevolence.

To impose democracy on a non democratic peoples because an uncounted elitist minority have called for it goes against the spirit of democracy and is a clear symptom that democracy is not working and never was intended to work as advertised.
bll

Timaru, New Zealand

#30 Jan 22, 2013
old china wrote:
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Yes Churchill said something along those lines.
Personally I prefer Hu Jintao's quote:“We should respect the right of all countries to independently choose their own development paths, promote greater dialogue and exchanges among civilizations in the spirit of democracy and equality.”
have you checked the colour of your tongue olde chap? Hu the "mass murderer" (google it.) said this?
Did you ask the peoples of Taiwan,Tibet, East Turkestan. Phillipines,Vietnam,India, Japan, Malaysia, what they think of the despicable Hu's words?.
Seems he really got a good fan in you, keep licking
Onyx

Sidoarjo, Indonesia

#31 Jan 23, 2013
ersonally I prefer Hu Jintao's quote:“We should respect the right of all countries to independently choose their own development paths, promote greater dialogue and exchanges among civilizations in the spirit of democracy and equality.”
Onyx

Sidoarjo, Indonesia

#32 Jan 23, 2013
Personally I prefer Hu Jintao's quote:“We should respect the right of all countries to independently choose their own development paths, promote greater dialogue and exchanges among civilizations in the spirit of democracy and equality.”
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#33 Jan 23, 2013
old china wrote:
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Yes Churchill said something along those lines.
Personally I prefer Hu Jintao's quote:“We should respect the right of all countries to independently choose their own development paths, promote greater dialogue and exchanges among civilizations in the spirit of democracy and equality.”
Those who settle for democracy as being the lesser of the available evils just haven't devoted any attention to the issue of finding something better.
What we all need is wise leadership that will fairly balance the needs of our societies. That does not require democracy but wisdom and wisdom is not a product of democracy but of experience and benevolence.
To impose democracy on a non democratic peoples because an uncounted elitist minority have called for it goes against the spirit of democracy and is a clear symptom that democracy is not working and never was intended to work as advertised.
The widespread corruption in CHina tells us that your government are anything but benevolent.

A political party which pretends to be communist makes sure party members get paid vastly more than the people they are supposed to serve.

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