Philippines taking S. China Sea fight to tribunal

Jan 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CBS 3 Springfield

The Philippines took a desperate legal step against China's claims to virtually the entire South China Sea, formally notifying the Asian superpower that Manila is seeking international arbitration to declare Beijing's moves in the potentially oil-rich waters "unlawful." Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario said Tuesday his department summoned ... (more)

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andrez lopez

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What a waste time! China will say that no part of her territory will be under arbitration.

The next silly thing the Philippines can do is go to war with China.
Kiwi fruit

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andrez lopez wrote:
What a waste time! China will say that no part of her territory will be under arbitration.
The next silly thing the Philippines can do is go to war with China.
But the flips and Viets are abnormal people.

They twist the UNCLOS deliberately to fool the world. At the end, the only people fooled by their own actions are themselves.

Flips' silly and arrogant behavior can be ignored.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

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<quoted text>But the flips and Viets are abnormal people.
They twist the UNCLOS deliberately to fool the world. At the end, the only people fooled by their own actions are themselves.
Flips' silly and arrogant behavior can be ignored.
"Kiwi Fart", you DO REALIZE that China has NO CLAIM AT ALL in international law?

No?

Too dumb?

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
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CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
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"Kiwi Fart", you DO REALIZE that China has NO CLAIM AT ALL in international law?
No?
Too dumb?
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Ha ha ha, bandit's logic!

UNCLOS is explicit upfront that it has no power to interfere with sorverignty established before it came into existence.

Read that, and do not object for the sake of objecting and smearing China, Mirotard.

Quite a few VCs and flips are like you. You make a fool of yourselves. They tried hard to push forward their own interpretation to twist the UNCLOS to fool the world.

If it is permitted for UNCLOS to overrule soveriegnty establish prior to its existence, there will be bigger problems in other parts of the world.

You dumb heads, see the reality and why UNCLOS is so explicit in its limitations?

China and Taiwan can ignore the flips.

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