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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-4-28 05:44|
APRIL 23, 2013 - THE DAY THE DRAGON ROARED AT THE PHOENIX
Imperial Japan has long identified itself with the mythological phoenix, a fiery bird, whose home is in the East where the sun rises, and China has long associated itself with the dragon of its surrounding seas.
Perhaps because of this superstitious, cultural bias, the current neo-Nazi War-Criminal-Worshipping Shinto-Cult Japanese leadership has chosen to use F-15 fighter planes to respond to China's solo propeller patrol planes, sending up as many as 8 F-15's with one AWACS plane to boot, against a single solitary Chinese Marine Surveillance plane, whilst merely stalemating China's ships patroling Diaoyudao with an equal number of Japanese Coast Guard vessels.
On April 23, 2013, Japan hoped to finally turn the maritime tables on China, sending in 10 Japanese Coast Guard ships, plus another 10 Japanese civilian fishing boats and yachts, to Dioayudao, while China managed to muster only 8 Marine Surveillance ships.
However, all of a sudden, China sent as air cover, some 40 military planes to Diaoyudao, for the first time, outnumbering the Japanese contingent of 8 F-15's.
No wonder the Japanese fleet ultimately retreated. Not only were they out-maneuvered by superior Chinese naval tactics on the sea, they were out-numbered by Chinese planes in the skies. As all Neo-Nazi powers do, the Japanese showed respect for force and went home with their tails between their legs.
This incident should be better known in China, as a glaring example of how a blood-thirsty Japanese regime, started to behave when faced with superior force and superior numbers. China cannot allow its quality and quantity to fall behind its foes. It makes defense so much more difficult, requiring so much more effort, with risk of sustaining so much more damages.
With a proper show of force, in quality AND in quantity, China was able to win this battle without having to fire a single shot or lose a single life. Every reason, therefore, for China to forget about any foreign criticisim of its being "overly" armed. The best way to avoid war is to be prepared to win it.