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This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-12-28 16:51|
RECENT JAPANESE CLAIMS THAT THE PRC MOFA ADMITTED DIAOYUDAO WAS PART OF RYUKYU AND CALLED IT "SENKAKU" IS A PIECE OF SHITTY DISINFORMATION, AS IT DID NOT MENTION THE DOCUMENT WAS A DRAFT OF A POSSIBLE POSITION THAT THE PRC COULD, BUT DID NOT TAKE, ON DIAOYUDAO. DRAFTS OF EVERY POSSIBLE SCENARIO ARE PART AND PARCEL OF INTERNAL ANALYSES, AND ARE NOT THE FINAL POLICIES OF THE PRC GOVERNMENT IN 1950.
It is a good wake-up call to the existence of Japanese moles within the PRC MOFA in 1950 who pretending to be comrades to the same ideology were actually traitors of a different nationality or national loyalty. These idiots even placed in the People's Daily at the same time, an unsigned article, describing Diaoyudao as part of Japan without any authorization from any official agency with jurisdiction over defining national territory. These moles continue to exist within the MOFA today, who are most likely the ones to offer to Japan drafts of scenario-analyses that were NEVER ADOPTED AS THE OFFICIAL POSITION of the Chinese government. All official policies will have the name and title of the official signing it. It if was not signed by anyone at the level of Minister of the MOFA, it is just a piece of garbage picked up from the trash can of the MOFA of 1950, and carry no weight in saying that "China" admitted Diaoyudao belonged to Japan. Key therefore to this piece of shitty disinformation is, "Can the author of the draft be identified, and was the draft ever adopted officially?" If not, it is actually another proof that this suggestion was rejected by the officials in real charge of the MOFA. One pro-Japanese mole working as a consultant to the MOFA think tank is not the same as the Minister of the MOFA saying that such a hare-brained idea is China's official policy. It never was.
These recent propaganda pieces only help identify the pro-Japanese mouthpieces within the Chinese media of today who are among the first to "reveal" this "discovery" of the Japanese that fundamentally is of no consequence since it was clearly a "DRAFT" according the document itself. If Diaoyudao is considered a part of Ryukyu, then Ryukyu must be considered a part of China, for it to be true. Else it is false.