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This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-6-14 05:26|
NgTran Post time: 2015-6-13 17:38
If somebody owns something or has sovereignity over something is also depending on the recognition o ...
Wrong again! Sovereignty does not depend on third parties opinions. If you have the historical documents showing your sovereignty over an island, it is the other claimants who have to produce evidence of their ownership. But appealing to general principles cannot help the Philippine position, because the only "evidence" the Philippines has of its ownership of Pagasa and the Spratly Islands is the belated, and ridiculous, claim of Mr. Tomas that he first "discovered" those islands in 1956, that had already been the subject of international treaties, with official ceremonies of Japan turning over the Spratly Islands that it stole from China in WWII, back to the Republic of China in 1946.
That is the ONLY basis for the Philippine claim of sovereignty over the Spratly Islands, which is unpresentable, and thus, the HIGHFALUTING APPEAL TO UNCLOS, ITLOS, CODE OF CONDUCT, ET CETERA, to hide what amounts to ABSENCE OF ANY VALID CLAIM OF SOVEREIGNTY over the Spratly Islands is a joke, were it not also so embarrassing and grievous.
If you are not embarrassed at your antics, and plain OFFICIAL DISHONESTY, well we are embarrassed for you. Go to your confessional Ng Tran, do some penance, and come back to talk about sharing the resources, not about splitting or shelving China's indisputable sovereignty over these islands. THIEVERY by fraud and then by bribing your "International Policeman" to enforce your baseless claim of soveriegnty with INTIMIDATION will not work on China. In fact, it makes any future sharing of these resources less and less probable, until one day, after you have gambled away even your credibility, not just your friendship, there will be nothing left to share.