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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-1-18 14:56|
IF THE BRITISH/AUSTRALIAN PRESS CONDEMNS CHINA AS THE PROVOCATEUR IN ANY MILITARY CONFLICT OVER DIAOYUDAO, ALL BRITISH ASSETS IN HONGKONG MUST BE COLLATERALIZED AS REPARATIONS FOR ITS OPIUM GENOCIDE AGAINST TENS OF MILLIONS OF CHINESE NATIONALS.
However, in order to avoid having to apologize for its crimes against humanity, including forcing an entire nation to import the poison of Opium, the British press has chosen to attack China as UNWORTHY of its apologies, by siding with Japan and lying once again, that China, in defending its sovereignty, is the provocateur of any military conflict over Diaoyudao.
What the British media has never proven is that Japan has the right to claim any sovereignty over Diaoyudao. Simply calling Diaoyudao, "Senkaku" (based on a Japanese translation of the equally bogus "Pinnacle Islands") does not make a Chinese territory Japanese overnight. In order to be able to logically say China is the provocateur, the British press must first prove that sovereignty over Diaoyudao belongs, not to China, but to Japan, a conclusion that even the US government cannot and has never made. Even the US government in its congressional records declared that Japan's "administrative control" over Diaoyudao as a result of the withdrawal of the US navy from Okinawa, formally that is, does not confer sovereignty on Japan. Thus, if the US government will not grant Japan sovereignty over Diaoyudao, how can the British Opium Pushers say so with absolute, irrevocable certainty, unless the British press is lying through its teeth?
Time for China to pay back Britain for its persistent insolence and hatred against China. Boot out the Limeys from Hong Kong and Kowloon - banks, businesses, and bullies - all. If hostilities break out between Japan and Chna over Diaouyudao, and the British press condemns China as the provocateur, all British assets in Hong Kong MUST BE FROZEN and collateralized for Britian"s overdue reparations for its Opium Genocide against tens of millions of Chinese from 1839 to 1949.