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This post was edited by edisonone at 2012-10-30 07:24|
How I wish
it could have been more
BEIJING, Oct. 30 (Xinhua)
China's marine surveillance fleet has expelled a number of Japanese vessels illegally sailing in waters around the Diaoyu Islands on Tuesday morning, according to a statement issued by the State Oceanic Administration.
The administration said that a fleet comprising four China Marine Surveillance ships encountered the Japanese vessels at around 10 a.m. while on a routine patrol. They conducted surveillance over the Japanese vessels and took photos as evidence.
Meanwhile, the fleet radioed the Japanese vessels, the number of which was not revealed in the statement, to reiterate China's sovereignty over the Diaoyu Islands and the waters around them.
China confronts Japanese coast guard ships near disputed East China Sea islands
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wo ... 4daf276a_story.html
Four ships from China Marine Surveillance entered waters near the islands at 10 a.m. (0200 GMT), according to a statement from the State Oceanic Administration that commands the service. The ships conducted surveillance on the on Japanese Coast Guard vessels in the area, “sternly expressed” China’s sovereignty claim over the islands and “carried out expulsion measures,” the administration said.
We know that this is not "Japanese-masses-direct" but more
rather, that someone else, who, from behind the scenes "are pulling all of the
Japan strings" and "doing all of the directing all of the scenes" that this puppet
gets its life-like imitation of life and as such the term...
...applies here -- not with
the Japanese people, but, with the actors from behind the stage
that pulls the Japan strings.
And, in the South?
Bring it on as the guy says!!!