China sends patrol ships to contested...

China sends patrol ships to contested islands after Japan buys them

There are 28 comments on the The Washington Post story from Sep 11, 2012, titled China sends patrol ships to contested islands after Japan buys them. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

China on Tuesday sent two patrol ships to waters near a remote and disputed island chain in a show of its " undisputable sovereignty ," Chinese state media said, escalating a territorial showdown between Asia's two largest economies.

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FlipTheByrd

Asheville, NC

#1 Sep 11, 2012
BUYING foreign islands is certainly a more diplomatic option than BOMBING foreign islands... that didn't seem to work too well in Pearl Harbor.
litesong

Everett, WA

#2 Sep 11, 2012
From the article:
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A Xinhua editorial called Japan’s decision to nationalize the islands “ridiculous and absurd” and an “open provocation against China.” Sending the patrol ships from the China Marine Surveillance — one of 11 loosely regulated agencies or paramilitary groups China has used in its increasingly aggressive push for control of the East China and South China seas, according to a recent report from the Brussels-based International Crisis Group —“is timely and necessary,” the editorial continued.“The action dealt a big blow to the inflated swagger of Japan.”
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litesong wrote:
communist chinese phrasing, trying to involve the ICG, is obvious, wrong & weak. communist chinese political grasping tenacles have always been blatant, ever since they murdered, tortured & starved 100 million of their own SISTERS, BROTHERS, CHILDREN & BABIES, in wild abandon.

The U.S. made grave mistakes, ever beginning trade with communist china. communist chinese recent economic woes would be a good time to sever economic ties to communist china.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#3 Sep 11, 2012
FlipTheByrd wrote:
BUYING foreign islands is certainly a more diplomatic option than BOMBING foreign islands... that didn't seem to work too well in Pearl Harbor.
Their payback was Hiroshima.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#4 Sep 11, 2012
litesong wrote:
From the article:
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A Xinhua editorial called Japan’s decision to nationalize the islands “ridiculous and absurd” and an “open provocation against China.” Sending the patrol ships from the China Marine Surveillance — one of 11 loosely regulated agencies or paramilitary groups China has used in its increasingly aggressive push for control of the East China and South China seas, according to a recent report from the Brussels-based International Crisis Group —“is timely and necessary,” the editorial continued.“The action dealt a big blow to the inflated swagger of Japan.”
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litesong wrote:
communist chinese phrasing, trying to involve the ICG, is obvious, wrong & weak. communist chinese political grasping tenacles have always been blatant, ever since they murdered, tortured & starved 100 million of their own SISTERS, BROTHERS, CHILDREN & BABIES, in wild abandon.
The U.S. made grave mistakes, ever beginning trade with communist china. communist chinese recent economic woes would be a good time to sever economic ties to communist china.
It's time for you to die.
Heil

Changsha, China

#5 Sep 11, 2012
Our foreign ministry has reached their limit of patience, and when Japan claimed to buy out Diaoyu island, we said Japan had to be at their own risk.

It's not certain that China won't armed conflict with Japan, even getta the war.

Anyway, it's legal that we own Diaoyu island, Japanese claim is illegal and baseless.

If Japan must ride the tiger and be a cat's pow, we will have to resort to force to deal with.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#6 Sep 11, 2012
Heil wrote:
Our foreign ministry has reached their limit of patience, and when Japan claimed to buy out Diaoyu island, we said Japan had to be at their own risk.
It's not certain that China won't armed conflict with Japan, even getta the war.
Anyway, it's legal that we own Diaoyu island, Japanese claim is illegal and baseless.
If Japan must ride the tiger and be a cat's pow, we will have to resort to force to deal with.
Expect to see some economic actions, which is what will hurt Japs the most, furthering their economic decline.

The end result is the present Jap government collapsing in 2 months.
litesong

Everett, WA

#7 Sep 11, 2012
litesong wrote:
From the article:
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A Xinhua editorial called Japan’s decision to nationalize the islands “ridiculous and absurd” and an “open provocation against China.” Sending the patrol ships from the China Marine Surveillance — one of 11 loosely regulated agencies or paramilitary groups China has used in its increasingly aggressive push for control of the East China and South China seas, according to a recent report from the Brussels-based International Crisis Group —“is timely and necessary,” the editorial continued.“The action dealt a big blow to the inflated swagger of Japan.”
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litesong wrote:
communist chinese phrasing, trying to involve the ICG, is obvious, wrong & weak. communist chinese political grasping tenacles have always been blatant, ever since they murdered, tortured & starved 100 million of their own SISTERS, BROTHERS, CHILDREN & BABIES, in wild abandon.
The U.S. made grave mistakes, ever beginning trade with communist china. communist chinese recent economic woes would be a good time to sever economic ties to communist china.
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'ray's hemmorrhoid' wrote:
It's time for you to die.
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litesong wrote:
MURDER, TORTURE & STARVATION is what communist chinese love to give out, specially when the people they MURDER, TORTURE & STARVE have no defense.'ray's hemmorrhoid' is a threatener on the internet. A good lawsuit against 'ray's hemmorrhoid' is in order. Note: always spell communist chinese with small letters, even at the beginning of sentences.... like 'ray's hemmorrhoid'.... small letters.... always.
ITS PAYBACK TIME

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Sep 11, 2012
China's been looking to pay back Japan for a long time.
litesong

Everett, WA

#9 Sep 11, 2012
ITS PAYBACK TIME wrote:
China's been looking to pay back Japan for a long time.
Honorable CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) saw MURDER, TORTURE & STARVATION given to 100 million honorable CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) by communist chinese (always small letters), specially when the people they MURDER, TORTURE & STARVE have no defense.'ray's hemmorrhoid' is a threatener on the internet. A good lawsuit against 'ray's hemmorrhoid' is in order.

Note:
Always spell HONORABLE CHINESE PEOPLE with capital letters. always spell communist chinese with small letters, even at the beginning of sentences.... like 'ray's hemmorrhoid'.... small letters.... always.
Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#10 Sep 11, 2012
litesong wrote:
<quoted text>
Honorable CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) saw MURDER, TORTURE & STARVATION given to 100 million honorable CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) by communist chinese (always small letters), specially when the people they MURDER, TORTURE & STARVE have no defense.'ray's hemmorrhoid' is a threatener on the internet. A good lawsuit against 'ray's hemmorrhoid' is in order.
Note:
Always spell HONORABLE CHINESE PEOPLE with capital letters. always spell communist chinese with small letters, even at the beginning of sentences.... like 'ray's hemmorrhoid'.... small letters.... always.
Capital Letters or small letters do not change the NEW reality.

Jilin, along the border with north Korea, could be the new Vatican.

http://stanleymaryknoll.typepad.com/chinahand...

Like it or not!
Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#11 Sep 11, 2012
Do not believe what the Washington Post said that the Chinese are sending 'TWO' patrol ships in the disputed area. It could be 'TWENTY'. It could 'TWO HUNDRED'. No one can tell.

But for sure the Chinese will send 'TWO' unarmed tug-boats to clean out the way first by 'PUSHING' every thing that is on their way, including Japanese gun boats as they did to our USS Impeccable (check the story in the Internet). They used unarmed tug-boats to 'push' our USS Impeccable out from the South China Sea and we could not do anything because they were unarmed so we only obeyed to their demand. We were sure if we fired on their unarmed tug-boats we could have received a shower of missiles fired from the hundreds of Chinese submarines or destroyers sitting at the outer ring of the confrontation point in the S.C.Sea. Our USS Impeccable could have been sunk with no recourse for any claim like North Koreans sunk a South Korean battleship --no recourse.

Just be sensible. If Japan's patrol boats get sunk, don't expect us, the US, come to your rescue. We have had our experience with an encounter --the USS Impeccable incident.
excartpuller

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Sep 11, 2012
Andrez Lopez wrote:
Do not believe what the Washington Post said that the Chinese are sending 'TWO' patrol ships in the disputed area. It could be 'TWENTY'. It could 'TWO HUNDRED'. No one can tell.
But for sure the Chinese will send 'TWO' unarmed tug-boats to clean out the way first by 'PUSHING' every thing that is on their way, including Japanese gun boats as they did to our USS Impeccable (check the story in the Internet). They used unarmed tug-boats to 'push' our USS Impeccable out from the South China Sea and we could not do anything because they were unarmed so we only obeyed to their demand. We were sure if we fired on their unarmed tug-boats we could have received a shower of missiles fired from the hundreds of Chinese submarines or destroyers sitting at the outer ring of the confrontation point in the S.C.Sea. Our USS Impeccable could have been sunk with no recourse for any claim like North Koreans sunk a South Korean battleship --no recourse.
Just be sensible. If Japan's patrol boats get sunk, don't expect us, the US, come to your rescue. We have had our experience with an encounter --the USS Impeccable incident.
Speak for yourself chink you don't sdperak for america stupid gook and quit hiding behind adres lopez alias.
Chairman Maos Dog

Nanjing, China

#15 Sep 11, 2012
Mao say, You dirty Japs ain't gonna have them little islands! Them's our Islands! Keep your filthy Jap paws off our desert Islands or we'll send big boat and make you go boom, boom!
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#16 Sep 11, 2012
Chairman Maos Dog wrote:
Mao say, You dirty Japs ain't gonna have them little islands! Them's our Islands! Keep your filthy Jap paws off our desert Islands or we'll send big boat and make you go boom, boom!
You're already fired from your English teacher job. Now go home.

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#17 Sep 11, 2012
RayH wrote:
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You're already fired from your English teacher job. Now go home.
Hu Jintao is going to send 10 millions Chinese women to the islands

http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2008-...

DONE
Chairman Maos Dog

Nanjing, China

#18 Sep 11, 2012
RayH wrote:
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You're already fired from your English teacher job. Now go home.
I will. And you're going to foot the bill.
litesong

Everett, WA

#19 Sep 12, 2012
Andrez Lopez wrote:
Capital Letters or small letters do not change the NEW reality.
Jilin, along the border with north Korea, could be the new Vatican.
http://stanleymaryknoll.typepad.com/chinahand...
Like it or not!
That's what HONORABLE CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) must do. They must remember the 100 million BROTHERS, SISTERS, CHILDREN & BABIES(always capital letters) THAT were MURDERED, TORTURED & STARVED by communist chinese(always small letters), so CHINESE PEOPLE(always capital letters) can rid themselves of communist chinese(always small letters) & have an HONORABLE CHINESE FUTURE(always capital letters).

The NEW reality is just the old MURDER, TORTURE & STARVATION that does not go away or lessen with the decades or centuries ahead. May HONORABLE CHINESE PEOPLE KNOW JESUS(always capital letters), so they can remember 100 million CHINESE BROTHERS, SISTERS, CHILDREN & BABIES(always capital letters) that communist chinese(always small letters) MURDERED, TORTURED & STARVED.
FlipTheByrd

Asheville, NC

#20 Sep 13, 2012
litesong wrote:
The U.S. made grave mistakes, ever beginning trade with communist china. communist chinese recent economic woes would be a good time to sever economic ties to communist china.
Uh, don't mind me, but I *do* happen to like the cheap a$$$hit that I buy from China.
litesong

Everett, WA

#21 Sep 13, 2012
FlipTheByrd wrote:
I *do* happen to like the cheap a$$$hit that I buy from China.
Giving money to communist china(always small letters) is like historic giving money to Hitler & Stalin. Giving money to communist china(always small letters) is awarding them for MURDERING, TORTURING, & STARVING 100 million of their own BROTHERS, SISTERS, CHILDREN, & BABIES. communist china(always small letters) is proud of its history of death, murder & supression.

You can get fine quality items from other countries at good prices. communist chinese almost guarantee bad quality.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#22 Sep 13, 2012
FlipTheByrd wrote:
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Uh, don't mind me, but I *do* happen to like the cheap a$$$hit that I buy from China.
Why?

It's always poorly engineered crap.

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