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Japanese Right-wing Activists Were Driven Away from Diaoyudao on Anniversary [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-8-19 10:11:58 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-8-19 13:26

The Japanese right wing activists intruded into Chinese sovereign waters on August 19, 2013, the anniversary of their last intrusion and actual landing on Diaoyudao, when they managed to put flags on a lighthouse built previously by Japan, and surrounding rocks.  This time, they did not manage to land on Diaoyudao.  And it is not clear if those flags are anywhere to be found.  

Time for a change of guards.

It is time for China to replace the Japanese lighthouse with a better one to make its sovereign seas safer for Taiwanese and Mainland Chinese fishermen.  And, don't forget to place Chinese flags on the new lighthouse.  Or, is that asking too much again?

Well, if China cannot plant even a single flag on Diaoyudao, how can it claim Diaoyudao as a part of China?

And if this is not acheivable, then at least the continuous flow of US dollars from the Chinese central bank to Japan due to its artificially and unjustifiably pegged exchange rate of 6.12 CNY:USD, should be stopped, and the Yuan instantly devalued to 7.00, to better reflect the true value of the Yuan internationally and at home.  This abnormal exchange rate is being sustained and paid for using the foreign currency reserve of the Chinese people.  It is their hard earned savings.  Why is it being given away so generously to Japan?  Why is the tribute from China's treasury to the Japanese treasury continuing by the billions of dollars every day, even while the government appears to be resisting Japanese aggression?  In short, what is the real deal?

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Post time 2013-8-21 13:56:03 |Display all floors
China has finally managed to turn the tables on Japan, driving away Japanese ships, instead of the other way around.  This was achieved gradually and patiently.  Now, Japan can be said to have lost its admnistrative control over Diaoyudao.  "Senkaku" exists only in name, in the radical circles of Japan, but no longer in reality.  Reality is, these islands are "Dioayudao", and they all belong to China.

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