China CMS patrols expelled right wing...

China CMS patrols expelled right wing Japanese from Diaoyu Islands yesterday

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William Lam

Edmonton, Canada

#1 Apr 23, 2013
China is suffering from an earthquake in Sichuan now.

While China is busy in rescuing the victims of the earthquake, and the whole country is being sad, Japan plays its tricks again. They show their two faces again.

On the one hand, Prime Minister Abe and his miniters said they wanted to offer help. They wanted to help because they were eager to pay back the goodwill and generous assistance China had offered them when Japan suffered from natural disasters.

In the same time, they mobilised the right-wing organizations to go to the Diaoyu Islands, and also worship the war criminals (their national heroes) in the "Toilet" Shrine.

Apparently, these 2 moves are results of planning and organization by the government of Japan. They are organized to appease the Japanese people and also to assert their alleged sovereignty on the islands.

Eighty right-wing militarists from several organizations joined the campaign of "scientific research" in the Diaoyu area. The right-wing fishing boats were escorted by 10 Japan Coast Guard ships which arrived at 8 a.m.

China have 3 CMS ships within the 12 nautical miles of the islands all the time. Upon knowing that the Japanese are approaching the island, China dispatched 7 more CMS ships, and 2 fishery patrol ships to expel the Japanese. China's action was quick and the reinforcement was already awaiting the Japanese intruders when the latter arrived. The 8 China CMS and 2 fishery patrol ships formed 5 teams in carrying out the interception and expulsion.

China's new CMS ships were faster than the Japanese right-wing boats. China's interference into the campaign of right-wingers was very effective. China expelled them and chased them away from the 12-nautical miles line at which point China ships stopped chasing. The Japanese have apparently miscalculated and they have probably underestimated China's commitment and expulsion efforts.

The 10 Japanese Coast Guards and the right-wing fishing boats left the 12-nautical mile zone and returned to Japan after an encounter with Chinese ships for 30 minutes.

The Japanese govt and the right-wingers were too "smart" and thought China would just protest and put up with their intrusion.

This time Japan has suffered a major setback in the Diaoyu Islands.

The Chinese communities in the mainland and all over the world are happy, and have given Beijing their support.

The Chinese ships are still patrolling in the Diaoyu waters now.
Andrez Lopez

United States

#2 Apr 23, 2013

Send more of your Maritime-patrol ships.

If eight in not enough, send eighty.

If eighty is not enough, send eight hundred.

If eight hundred is not enough send eight thousand.

Send your water tankers. Send your diesel tankers. Send your supply ships to support all the above.

Send you submarines to protect all the above.

Build air strips like you did in Nansha island. Build water deposits in all the islands to pump in water for your long stay. Build hotels for us to visit. Raise your flag like the way we did in Iwo Jima, since the WW2 with Japan is yet to end in your area.

You can do it.

Do it.

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