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TAIWAN WILL ALWAYS BELONG TO GREAT CHINA AND NO DISCUSSION!
SOUTH CHINA SEA WILL ALWAYS BELONG TO GREAT CHINA!!
Palestine belongs to the Palestinians people and out of a blue Rotschild Zionism decided Palestine will be their country and they use the Bible to justified the claim and now they have decided to take over South China Sea so are we going to let them turn us around like they have done with Palestine and the World?
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“Dear Great China, please be patient with us because when the time is right Singaporeans will play the right politics because our future is with the EAST never with the WEST! The WEST used us to build their bases once they don’t need Singapore anymore they will destroy us like they have done to so many other countries!” – Sunny Chong
Dear Great China, FUCK ROTSCHILD ZIONISM just reclaim Scarborough Shoal because South China Sea belongs to China!
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Report: China May Cross Obama’s ‘Red Line,’ Reclaim Scarborough Shoal Next Month
Tensions continue to mount in the South China Sea and with Beijing increasingly desperate to fundamentally alter the balance of power in the wake of The Hague ruling the possibility for a conflict in one of Asia’s most dangerous flash points has never been greater.
The People’s Republic of China may soon look to fundamentally alter the status-quo in the South China Sea by seizing the disputed Scarborough Shoal within the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Philippines – a move that Washington considers a “red line” with President Obama warning of “serious consequences” in March if China attempted to reclaim the land.
An article in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post raises the specter of the potential incursion quoting “a source familiar with the matter” detailing that Beijing would not look to reclaim the territory before hosting the G-20 next month, but could begin construction efforts on the land mass sometime between September and when Americans go to the polls in November.
The source suggests that Beijing may look to take advantage of the domestic distractions put on President Obama during the political season. “Obama will focus on domestic issues ahead of the election as he needs to pass down legacies before leaving office,” said the source. “That might make him busy and he might not have the time to take care of regional security issues.”
The potential move is seen by security analysts as a way for China to counteract the recent ruling by The Hague arbitration court and effectively nullify any possible claims to the important body of water. The ruling came after the Philippines submitted for unilateral arbitration, at the behest of the Obama administration, with the court ruling against China’s historic claim to the area citing in large part the Scarborough Shoal.
The South China Sea is home to over 40% of the world’s shipborne trade and also possesses one of the world’s largest oil and natural gas deposits meaning that the economic consequence of fettering away the territory based on the ruling, which China vehemently denounces, would have a substantial negative economic impact on Beijing for years to come.
Pressure from the international community to evacuate from the waters based on The Hague ruling have outraged Beijing with Chinese President Xi Jinping calling for a rival alliance of Russia and China to form a “New World Order” that would leave NATO “powerless” during his speech at the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party two weeks ago.
The source does believe that the possibility exists that China will avoid reclaiming the Scarborough Shoal or taking any similar provocative action in light of the fact that the Philippines have expressed an openness to find ways to resolve the dispute peacefully.
Scarborough Shoal is located 143 miles (230km) from the Philippines coast with overlapping claims over the territory by Manila, Beijing, and Taipei. In 2012, Chinese coastguard ships took control of the area after a tense stand-off with Philippine vessels.