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INCIDENT ON HALF MOON SHOAL - ANOTHER FALSE FLAG OPERATION [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-5-11 02:22:55 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-5-11 02:25

As the Philippine senators who were kept in the dark begin to question the breach of constitutional authority of President Aquino, the military has a ready answer for them - Half Moon Shoal - to demonstrate the benefits of being a colony all over again.

The natives of the Chinese villages where the fishermen hailed from are questioning the allegation that the fishing vessel was stocked with 500 endangered species of sea turtles, because such turtles are not commonly found in the area where the fishing vessel was located at.  And the timing of the arrival of the Philippine Coast Guard ship with the fishing boat smacks of an inside operation with some of the fishermen or locals.  Having a foreign power back up the miniscule military muscle of the Philippine Navy sounds like a great wonderful deal, too good in fact to be true, until one factors in the loss of control of the Philippine government over its own military and the total absence of protection of its natural resources and agricultural produce against foreign manipulation and exploitation.  Factor in the rest of the country, and this "good deal" turns out to be a "crazy deal".

Which is what the Half Moon Shoal False Flag Incident turns out to be.  Ironically, instead of getting a full moon for the one-night stand of the Philippine Navy with its new lover, the Filipino people are ending up with just a half moon, if not just a sliver of a crescent.  Happy honeymoon, NgTran.  It's half over.  Or, maybe, it is all over?


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Post time 2014-5-16 21:54:44 |Display all floors
the Philippines is trying to rub it in China. No matter what, China always responds it is not right to do so and then nothing..

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