MANILA: China to Philippines: Quit Scarborough Shoal

Apr 18, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Asia News Network

China has asked all Philippine vessels to leave immediately Scarborough Shoal and sent a second aircraft buzzing over the area to scare away Filipino fishermen, officials said yesterday.

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Hahaha That is the BIGGEST JOKE in town and you are the JESTER.
This so-called one sided ARBITRATION is very AMUSING and LAUGHABLE:-
1. It abuses the very fundamental principle of so-called JUSTICE as only one party is present.
2. USA which Philippines depends on for protection neither recognized the 200 miles limit under the UNCLOS.
3. ICJ has ruled against USA but USA has outrightly refuses to abide by any decision nor was there anyone to enforce it. A precedent. Another example: ICJ has ruled Sabah is Malaysia but Philippines refused to accept the verdict although the self appointed Sultan of Sulu pjajak it away. Hahahaha
Pjajak mean RENT according to STUPID and GREEDY Pinoy. Hahahahaha Who are you kidding? The ignorant outsiders.
4. When China repeatedly invoked her historical ownership, she need not to adhere or comply with any UN ruling. In the opinion of many experts, the UN hearing is illegal. Hahahaha
5. As for friends of Philippines, STOP kidding yourself, Philippines has NO REAL friends. With NO MONEY, what type of friendship can Philippines hope to BEG to have.
6. UNDISPUTABLE - BS! MIGHT is RIGHT! USA has demonstrated.
7. USA is not abide by UN ruling and us still around as the WORLD BIGGEST BULLY and the Pinoy monkeys worship them. SO what FUNNY LABEL are you referring to...
Grow up. Kiddy. When you deal with SUPERPOWER you always ended up with a RAW DEAL.
FYI CHINA is NOT a super power, she is a WANNABE SUPER POWER lol.

Also, the FAMILY of NATIONS will listen to the UN COURT vs. CHINA'S claim.

China ran away from the UN COURT because she knows she WILL NOT WIN.

Also, the COURT'S DECISION cannot be APPEALED.

China will surely GET THE NICKNAME, INTERNATIONAL LAW NON-ABIDER wahahaha!

Headlines around the GLOBE will say

CHINA, DOES NOT FOLLOW INTERNATIONAL LAW

whhahahahaa!

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Sad thing is that you rodents don't see the fact that we are the rival of The US while you all are mistresses of Uncle Sam, and you pathetically think you are better than the rest of mistresses
RIVAL?

since when? lol

You only have a trash aircraft carrier, UNTESTED and JUNK

and you are 1 Billion years behind of the US military.

and you call CHINA a RIVAL of the US?

Do you perform at COMEDY BARS? hahahaah

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I expects the Pinoy with a RACIST title Arseholenesian to respond with his usual non related and irrelevant nonsense.
There was never a RACE called MALAYS nor any ASTRONESIAN. It was all a JOKE as all leading anthropologists research revealed.
But this has been the usual tactics of all the Pinoys in here so far, whether we are talking about SABAH our indisputed territory or Huangyan which fishermen from China has been using since ancient times and before monkey appears on the 7,000 islands where headhunting tribes were roaming as the bigger version of the macabre.
Hahahaha
Taiwan findings support PH Coast Guard account: documents

MANILA (2nd UPDATE)- Initial findings made by Taiwanese agencies on the incident that led to the death of a fisherman near Balintang Island in Batanes last May 9 support the initial report of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) on where the clash happened, according to documents uploaded on the Internet by the Taiwanese government.

One Taiwan Coast Guard Administration (CGA) document, "f1368153033684.pdf" , shows a map where the incident took place between Taiwanese fishermen and the Philippine Coast Guard-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (PCG-BFAR).

The shooting incident ocurred in one of the coordinates on the map, 19°58 N 122°58 E.

It is inside the Philippines' exclusive economic zone and waters set by international treaty limits.

The location is 1.8 nautical miles south outside Taiwan's control border at 20 degrees north latitude, according to the CGA document.

Another coordinate, 19°50 N 123°24 E, is also within the Philippine jurisdiction. The location, 10 nautical miles outside the Taiwan control border, is where the Taiwanese fishermen operated.

A third location (20°07 N 123°01 E) where the fishermen called for help from Taiwanese authories is 5 nautical miles within waters that Taiwan claims.

According to an initial PCG report, its personnel tried to board several Taiwanese vessels after detecting them in Philippie "archipelagic waters.”

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I expects the Pinoy with a RACIST title Arseholenesian to respond with his usual non related and irrelevant nonsense.
There was never a RACE called MALAYS nor any ASTRONESIAN. It was all a JOKE as all leading anthropologists research revealed.
But this has been the usual tactics of all the Pinoys in here so far, whether we are talking about SABAH our indisputed territory or Huangyan which fishermen from China has been using since ancient times and before monkey appears on the 7,000 islands where headhunting tribes were roaming as the bigger version of the macabre.
Hahahaha
Part 2

Another Taiwanese government document, "351516203472.pdf" that was uploaded on its Ministry of Justice website, shows trajectories of bullets that hit the fisherman's boat, the "Guang Da Xing 28."

It showed 59 bullet trajectories hitting the boat, as earlier stated by the Taiwanese government.

Most were focused on the boat's bow (front) and stern section (rear) and one bullet trajectory, with number "10" highlighted.

The PCG said it fired a warning shot when one of the foreign vessels was about to ram a Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) vessel.

"Meron silang nadetect na apat na foreign fishing vessels in archipelagic waters. In an effort to apprehend or magbo-board po sila… Nung sinusubukan pong to board… one of the vessels, ni-ram po nung isa ang ating, the BFAR vessel which is being manned by the Coast Guard. So nag-fire po ng warning shot, hindi pa din daw po tumigil 'yung mga vessels in an attempt to continuously ram the BFAR vessel," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said last May 10, citing the initial PCG report on the incident.

She said the Coast Guard then took defensive action, firing on the ship's engine area to disable it.

"Nag-fire daw po sila ng isa pang shot doon sa machinery portion ng ship," Valte said.

"It was an aggressive act. The ramming of the boat into our vessel was certainly an aggressive act. So the PCG responded accordingly. Nag-warning shot sila, hindi po tumigil. They took the other necessary action and I understand eventually disengaged after that," she added.

The Taiwan government documents are currently innacessible but can be viewed through their cached versions via internet archive site web.archive.org .

Meantime, Taipei is insisting that the death of fisherman Hong Shi-cheng is "cold-blooded murder" and denied that the boat tried to ram a BFAR vessel.

Taiwan is also claiming that Philippine Coast Guard vessel "sailed away without offering assistance to the stricken boat, in violation of international law and a humanitarian duty."

"No claim of self-defense can justifiably be made by the Philippines," Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said.

"The Philippine claim that the incident occurred in its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) is unfounded. The incident occurred in the two countries’ overlapping EEZs," it also claimed.

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I expects the Pinoy with a RACIST title Arseholenesian to respond with his usual non related and irrelevant nonsense.
There was never a RACE called MALAYS nor any ASTRONESIAN. It was all a JOKE as all leading anthropologists research revealed.
But this has been the usual tactics of all the Pinoys in here so far, whether we are talking about SABAH our indisputed territory or Huangyan which fishermen from China has been using since ancient times and before monkey appears on the 7,000 islands where headhunting tribes were roaming as the bigger version of the macabre.
Hahahaha
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Inside archipelagic waters

Taiwan, however, on Tuesday released a new satellite record of the alleged route of the fishing boat.

Taipei flatly denied that the boat intruded into Philippine waters.

Taiwan's Fisheries Agency said the voyage data recorder from the fishing boat showed it was not in Philippine waters when it came under fire on May 9.

"The satellite records indicated that the Guang Ta Hsin 28 had been fishing within Taiwan's exclusive economic zone throughout," the agency's deputy chief Tsay Tzu-yaw told AFP.

The satellite record showed that the ship was positioned at 122 degrees and 55 minutes east and 19 degrees and 59 minutes north when it was attacked at 10:12 am, according to the fisheries agency.

However, a check on a maritime boundaries geodatabase online showed that the latest coordinate given by Taiwan's Fisheries Agency is closer to Batanes and already within the Philippines' archipelagic waters -- again supporting the Philippine Coast Guard's initial account of the incident.

The Taiwan Coast Guard map also said the shooting incident happened at 9:45 a.m., which is earlier than the time given by its Fisheries Agency.

For decades, Taiwan set its "temporary enforcement line" at 20 degrees north latitude, which is far from where the shooting incident took place.

The island, which is considered by mainland China as a rebel province, has not also ratified the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which prescribes exclusive economic zones, over which a state has special rights over the exploration and use of marine resources.

Local political play?

Taipei-based journalist J. Michael Cole, who reports on military issues in Northeast Asia and in the Taiwan Strait, believes that Taiwan's hardline stance can be blamed on local politicians' pressure on the unpopular President Ma Ying-jeou.

"In order to appease various domestic constituencies — including some outspoken members of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party — that were calling for a more muscular response to the incident, Ma ordered naval exercises near the waters where the Kuang Ta Hsing had come under fire," Cole said in an article published Tuesday by The Diplomat, an international current-affairs magazine in the Asia-Pacific region.

Cole, a former intelligence officer at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, said Taipei should have accepted the Philippine apology and efforts to resolve the issue.

"Taipei allowed itself to be carried away by the domestic indignation," he said. "Given Ma's low popularity ratings, he would understandably seek to ride the wave of nationalism that, almost spontaneously, had taken over the whole of Taiwan."

Cole said Taiwan's mishandling of the crisis is the result of "local legislators’ political ambitions in fishermen’s constituencies, as well as by opposition parties’ efforts to criticize Ma no matter what he does, especially at a time when he is vulnerable."

"A lack of worldliness, of understanding Taiwan's position within the international community, and of how its actions will be interpreted abroad, better explain what happened," he added.- with a report from Agence France-Presse

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Is there any legal basis for Philippine maritime suit?
Off course NOT! But is generated so much FALSE HOPE to idiotic and ignorant Pinoy who thinks they have already WON their case.
But all this expenditure which Philippines can hardly afford is worth it as the US trained Aquino knew and needs such issue to WIN his re-election political campaign and keep him in OFFICE.
The action of the Philippines violated the stipulations of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
In line with UNCLOS, before the maritime boundary delimitation dispute is resolved, the disputants should lay
out transitional agreement, and avoid taking unilateral actions that prejudice the settlement.
In dealing with the dispute, the Philippines failed to act with sufficient sincerity, and refused to seek resolution
with China within the bilateral scope. Instead, they hastily went to arbitration in violation of the convention.
Please use your COMMON SENSE.

The CASE pushed through.

That means that the Philippine CLAIM

has basis.

Again

Please use your COMMON SENSE lmao!

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I expects the Pinoy with a RACIST title Arseholenesian to respond with his usual non related and irrelevant nonsense.
There was never a RACE called MALAYS nor any ASTRONESIAN. It was all a JOKE as all leading anthropologists research revealed.
But this has been the usual tactics of all the Pinoys in here so far, whether we are talking about SABAH our indisputed territory or Huangyan which fishermen from China has been using since ancient times and before monkey appears on the 7,000 islands where headhunting tribes were roaming as the bigger version of the macabre.
Hahahaha
Again the CASE has been FILED.

No more quack quacks

Your 9 dash claim will be invalidated soon.

Your FAKE ancestor's accounts will not be useful.

Again, the UN court will make your claim INVALID hahahaah!

Because your CLAIM is NOT SUPPORTED by any International Law

waahahhaa!

Good bye 9 dash claim!

lmao zedong!

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Taiwan govt suggested to Manila to conduct a joint investigation into the tragedy.
But Manila refused.
Taiwan govt suggested to settle the conflicts by international court or adjudication.
But again Manila refused.
Didn't Manila say Philippines want to co-operate with other countries and want to seek peaceful resolution of any conflicts? They want to go by the law, and use the international court mechanisms to uphold their own interests.
Why is PH avoiding Taiwan's suggestions?
What do PH have to hide? PH is chickening out of any suggestion. PH does not even mention the UNCLOS lately in dealing with Taiwan.
Is this called FILIPINO DOUBLE STANDARD?
PH is compliant with the law only SELECTIVELY!
First of all TAIWAN is not a country, so TAIWAN has no right to demand anything. We adhere to One CHINA policy.

#2. The incident happened in the Phil. area of jurisdiction, technically the PHILIPPINES has the SOLE JURISDICTION MANDATE for an INVESTIGATION. Taiwan has TO WAIT for the Philippines Final Probe result.

Also technically, the fsherman has to FINE to the FILIPINO people for illegally FISHING in the PHILIPPINE waters which TAIWAN recognized during the reign of Pres. Corazon Aquino in the 1980s. Taiwan even signed and recognized the Phil. Boundaries in the NORTH.

#3 The Incident happened between the ISLAND groups of BATANES and BABUYAN both part of the Philippines. Taiwan's claim that it happened in the DISPUTED WATERS is A BIG JOKE.

I bet Unclos experts and Geographers laughed at TAIWAN and CHINA.

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All along the greedy Philippines is not honest.
See what Manila officials said in this Taiwan-Philippines conflict.
Philippines Spokeswoman Ms. Valte's Lies versus facts from Taiwan Police's forensic report:
Lie 1: Taiwan fishing boat rammed Philippines Coast Guard ship.
Fact: Taiwan police found no scratch of the boat at all.(The Taiwan wooden boat is a small boat(15-tonne) but not a large commercial fishing ship).
Lie 2: Philippines Coast Guard fired only 2 warning shots at the Taiwan boat.
Fact: 52 bullet holes found by Taiwan Police, most centering around the cabin where the fishermen hid to protect themselves from the gun fire.
You be the judge on this!
Read my latest post

Taiwanese FINDINGS even support the Philippine CLAIM.

The INTRUDER deserved HIS DEATH.
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Taiwan findings support PH Coast Guard account: documents
MANILA (2nd UPDATE)- Initial findings made by Taiwanese agencies on the incident that led to the death of a fisherman near Balintang Island in Batanes last May 9 support the initial report of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) on where the clash happened, according to documents uploaded on the Internet by the Taiwanese government.
One Taiwan Coast Guard Administration (CGA) document, "f1368153033684.pdf" , shows a map where the incident took place between Taiwanese fishermen and the Philippine Coast Guard-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (PCG-BFAR).
The shooting incident ocurred in one of the coordinates on the map, 19°58 N 122°58 E.
It is inside the Philippines' exclusive economic zone and waters set by international treaty limits.
The location is 1.8 nautical miles south outside Taiwan's control border at 20 degrees north latitude, according to the CGA document.
Another coordinate, 19°50 N 123°24 E, is also within the Philippine jurisdiction. The location, 10 nautical miles outside the Taiwan control border, is where the Taiwanese fishermen operated.
A third location (20°07 N 123°01 E) where the fishermen called for help from Taiwanese authories is 5 nautical miles within waters that Taiwan claims.
According to an initial PCG report, its personnel tried to board several Taiwanese vessels after detecting them in Philippie "archipelagic waters.”
When you Pinoys become more honest in handling this Taiwanese fisherman tragedy.

You guys (officials in Manila, your media, and many Internet users) have repeatedly sending our lies to smear the dead man and his crew.

You guys said (1) the Taiwan fishermem were within your sovereignty waters (12 nautical miles zone).

(2) The fishermen have destroyed or thrown away the VDR (something like a black box) of their boat. This device recorded their navigation details and positions of their voyage.

Baloney!

The news just came out from Chinese newspapers of Taiwan, Hong Kong and overseas communities this morning (HK time) indicated that Taiwan Police has obtained the VDR (black box), and successfully analysed the recorded content.

Black box analysis clearly indicated that the boat was 50 nautical miles away from the edge of your 12-nm zone.

Position of the Taiwanese fishing boat when they were attacked by Pinoys:

Latitude: 19 degree 50'~20 degree 10' Noth; Longitude 122 degree48'~ 123 degree 25' East.

Definitely they had not entered Philipines' sovereign waters yet, and they were still in Taiwan's EEZ.

Pinoys, be a man, and stand up to admit your mistakes with courage, please. Don't smear the dead!

The world is watching your shameless behavior.

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<quoted text>When you Pinoys become more honest in handling this Taiwanese fisherman tragedy.
You guys (officials in Manila, your media, and many Internet users) have repeatedly sending our lies to smear the dead man and his crew.
You guys said (1) the Taiwan fishermem were within your sovereignty waters (12 nautical miles zone).
(2) The fishermen have destroyed or thrown away the VDR (something like a black box) of their boat. This device recorded their navigation details and positions of their voyage.
Baloney!
The news just came out from Chinese newspapers of Taiwan, Hong Kong and overseas communities this morning (HK time) indicated that Taiwan Police has obtained the VDR (black box), and successfully analysed the recorded content.
Black box analysis clearly indicated that the boat was 50 nautical miles away from the edge of your 12-nm zone.
Position of the Taiwanese fishing boat when they were attacked by Pinoys:
Latitude: 19 degree 50'~20 degree 10' Noth; Longitude 122 degree48'~ 123 degree 25' East.
Definitely they had not entered Philipines' sovereign waters yet, and they were still in Taiwan's EEZ.
Pinoys, be a man, and stand up to admit your mistakes with courage, please. Don't smear the dead!
The world is watching your shameless behavior.
You really don't ANALYZE DATA well WU MAO,

The satellite record showed that the ship was positioned at 122 degrees and 55 minutes east and 19 degrees and 59 minutes north when it was attacked at 10:12 am, according to the fisheries agency.

However, a check on a maritime boundaries geodatabase online showed that the latest coordinate given by Taiwan's Fisheries Agency is even closer to Philippine land - and still within the Philippines' exclusive economic zone.

The Taiwan Coast Guard map also said the shooting incident happened at 9:45 a.m., which is earlier than the time given by its Fisheries Agency.

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See!!!

Now who is lying?

DEBUNKED!

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RIVAL?
since when? lol
You only have a trash aircraft carrier, UNTESTED and JUNK
and you are 1 Billion years behind of the US military.
and you call CHINA a RIVAL of the US?
Do you perform at COMEDY BARS? hahahaah
At least we have one carrier and we have a few in the works, your dirt poor shithole country have zippo, and don't flatter yourself as being American just because you are sucking on thier big one, cuz you ain't! just look at yourself in the mirror you see a dark skinned island monkey

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At least we have one carrier and we have a few in the works, your dirt poor shithole country have zippo, and don't flatter yourself as being American just because you are sucking on thier big one, cuz you ain't! just look at yourself in the mirror you see a dark skinned island monkey
Hahaha good luck with that.

Your MILITARY influence can only be felt near CHINA.

The US forces are felt in every nation on EARTH

US forces can go near your COAST

but CHINESE cannot go near any US land

hahahah

dream on

you are not a RIVAL but a SUPER POWER wannabe.

There is only one SUPER POWER in the world

remember that.
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Astro.,

You guys have no integrity, no shame, and no pride!

Continue to lie to smear a dead man please if you feel important to do so.

The world is watching though!
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To my Filipino friends, do not rely on us to support your claims to some tiny shoals. We are going broke and have problems at home that we have to attend to. Do you really think that we would allow you to drag us into a war with the country with the second strongest military in the world, the second largest economy in the world and our largest creditor over these tiny rocks? Your wishful thinking will end up costing you dearly in blood and treasure. I don't like being the bearer of bad news but I felt compelled to set my pares straight since I like pretty Filipina prostitutes so much.
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You really don't ANALYZE DATA well WU MAO,
The satellite record showed that the ship was positioned at 122 degrees and 55 minutes east and 19 degrees and 59 minutes north when it was attacked at 10:12 am, according to the fisheries agency.
However, a check on a maritime boundaries geodatabase online showed that the latest coordinate given by Taiwan's Fisheries Agency is even closer to Philippine land - and still within the Philippines' exclusive economic zone.
The Taiwan Coast Guard map also said the shooting incident happened at 9:45 a.m., which is earlier than the time given by its Fisheries Agency.
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See!!!
Now who is lying?
DEBUNKED!
If I have a staff who simply analyzed and prepared data like you in my team, you will be given a walking order immediately.

As for who is LYING? Isn't that obvious!

BTW The Pinoy Coast Guard which comprises of mainly former SEA PIRATES attacked these fishing boats inside Taiwan EEZ.(That is how Philippines LEGALIZE SEA PIRACY much like PROSTITUTION in many countries)

Notice the Taiwanese fishing boat never entered the Philippine's territorial waters (e.g. dashed lines on the map). The Philippine government lied in claiming otherwise.

The Taiwanese fishing boat remained within Taiwan's 200-mile EEZ (ie. exclusive economic zone).

Route of Kuang Ta Hsin No. 28 on May 28, 2013.

Pinoy NEWS MEDIA like to sensationalize and lie about almost everything so far to the lower IQ and emotional Pinoy masses.

This one for instance:

PINOY VERSION:
The Philippine media has reported that the Taiwanese boat was poaching in the Philippines' territorial waters and had turned off its voyage data recorder (VDR). This is a obvious LIE as usual as everybody knows that the fishing boat, the VDR and the body of the murdered victim are all in the Taiwan.

TAIWAN VERSION:
Taiwanese investigators and prosecutors said that the VDR had been recording the latitude and longitude of the fishing boat's location and its speed every three minutes.
"From the DATA, it is CLEAR that the boat's entire journey was in our economic zone and it did NOT enter the Philippines' territorial waters," one prosecutor said.
Like the historical evidences of ownership Huangyan, the forensic evidences of the criminal act by the Pinoy is for all to see in TAIWAN, what is there to dispute?
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FISHERMAN'S DEATH GIVES CAUSE FOR SPRATLY OFFENSIVE
May 15, 2013

General Luo Yuan, known as one of the most outspoken senior officers in China's People's Liberation Army, has said that the killing of Taiwanese fisherman Hung Shih-cheng by the Philippine coast guard has given China an OPPORTUNITY to SEIZE the eight islands currently held by Manila in the South China Sea, according to the Hong Kong newspaper Wen Wei Po.

"Opening fire on a Taiwanese fishing boat is not only a PROVOCATION to Taiwan, but to the entire Chinese family," said Luo. "I don't know what LAW the Taiwanese fishing boat violated for fishing in the OVERLAPPING exclusive economic zones instead of the Philippines' territorial waters."

Luo also said the use of LETHAL FORCE against an unarmed fishing boat is a direct VIOLATION of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

The General also QUESTIONED the account offered by the Philippine side regarding the incident, saying he believes Manila is trying to PROTECT the officer who fired the fatal shot. Beijing WILL NEED TO COME to Taiwan's aid to force the Philippines to apologize, Luo said.

There are four ways China can help Taiwan seek redress, the general said.

First, China, as a member of the Security Council of the United Nations, is able to CHARGE the Philippine at the International Court of Justice.

Second, a mechanism of cooperation between fishery associations on either side of the Taiwan Strait should be established immediately through consultation.

Third, the coast guards on either side should discuss a similar mechanism to patrol disputed waters. Fourth, a mechanism to establish cross-strait military trust should be initiated.

If the Philippines continues to harass Taiwanese fishing vessels, Luo said the PLA will LAUNCH AN ATTACK to recover an island in the Spratlys held by the Philippines. The general China gained experience in dealing with the Philippines in the standoff over Scarborough Shoal last year.

Luo's suggestion is unlikely to be taken up by Taiwan's government. But President Ma Ying-jeou may FIND an UNCOMFORTABLE RING OF TRUTH in the words of Hung Feng-lien, the daughter of the 65-year-old fisherman who died when the Philippine coast guard opened fire on Thursday.

She said that it is NOW SAFER for TAIWANESE fishermen to FLY the COLORS of the PRC flag rather than the ROC when OPERATING in or near disputed waters.

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Astro.,
You guys have no integrity, no shame, and no pride!
Continue to lie to smear a dead man please if you feel important to do so.
The world is watching though!
Hahahah look who has no Integrity.

The world knows CHINA is the threat.

Also, that fisherman's VIOLENT behavior cause his death.

Yes, the world is definitely watching.

The world knows the guy intruded the Philippine waters, and when the Philippine report has been finalized, TAIWAN will be shamed, so as CHINA.

But in the end,

Taiwan and the Philippines relations will be normalized.

Communist CHINA'S plan will not work.

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Hahaha good luck with that.
Your MILITARY influence can only be felt near CHINA.
The US forces are felt in every nation on EARTH
US forces can go near your COAST
but CHINESE cannot go near any US land
hahahah
dream on
you are not a RIVAL but a SUPER POWER wannabe.
There is only one SUPER POWER in the world
remember that.
You got most of the above right but one thing you obviously missing, you are not USA, you are a bitch of USA, so don't think of yourself as being USA just because you are sucking on USA, ok?!

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May 21, 2013
 
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To my Filipino friends, do not rely on us to support your claims to some tiny shoals. We are going broke and have problems at home that we have to attend to. Do you really think that we would allow you to drag us into a war with the country with the second strongest military in the world, the second largest economy in the world and our largest creditor over these tiny rocks? Your wishful thinking will end up costing you dearly in blood and treasure. I don't like being the bearer of bad news but I felt compelled to set my pares straight since I like pretty Filipina prostitutes so much.
Dear WU MAO,

is that why CHINA cannot claim back TAIWAN, attack JAPAN, and attack the philippines?

lol

every time there's incidents about CHINESE aggression, the US would send WARSHIPS and NUCLEAR STEALTH SUBMARINE to the Philippines.

They are signs baby, that the U.S. got our back.

The US sends signal to CHINA.

And CHINA picks them up.

So don't wonder why CHINA does not attack the Philippines.

Because the US tells CHINA, the Philippines is untouchable.

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