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One Chinese Official Surveillance Plane Equals Eight Japanese F-15 War Planes. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-12-24 08:32:15 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-12-24 08:34

Eight Japanese F-15 fighter jets flew over China's sovereign air space over Diaoyudao to intercept a Chinese survellance plane on December 22, 2012, exactly as what happened one week earlier.  But these Japanese military planes were unable to exercise any jurisdiction over Diaoyudao, as the Chinese propeller plane continued its patrol over Diaoyudao.  Although outwardly, the Japanese seemed to have outgunned the Chinese, legally speaking, China was the one doing the patrolling and the Japanese acted merely as belligerents and intruders,  not daring to attack the Chinese surveillance plane.  

It illustrates who has the RIGHT (China) and who has the MIGHT (Japan).

China won because the Japanese planes dared not attack or exercise any jurisdiction.  The Chinese plane, on the other hand, was able to exercise China's jurisdiction,  China should send more patrols each time, and time it such that the Japanese planes would be back at their bases already.  In this manner, it will be apparent to all that Japan is only capable of empty threats, while China is doing actual surveillance over its sovereign territory.


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Post time 2012-12-24 17:01:43 |Display all floors
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Post time 2012-12-24 17:37:48 |Display all floors
And what will happen if Japan send a surveillance plane and 8 f15?

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Post time 2012-12-24 17:43:45 |Display all floors
Hahaha, of course China has de facto control over Diaoyudao, as it could enter and leave as it pleases, and Japan is helpless.  Japan could only threaten China, but cannot stop its planes and ships at all.  Threats do not confirm ownership, but rather, the lack thereof.

Japan's days as the henchman of the west is coming to an end.  There is no way Japan can survive an all out war with China, over Diaoyudao or over any piece of shit Japan wishes to fight over.  Japan does not control Diaoyudao at all.  

If 8 F-15 figher jets could not drive away a single Chinese twin propeller unarmed marine surveillance plane, what does it say about Japanese sovereignty or jurisdiction over Diaoyudao?  It does not exist!  Any tactical or technological superiority Japan may display against the simple Chinese propeller plane is more than offset by China's overwhelming strategic advantage over Japan if both countries get into an all-out war.

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Post time 2012-12-24 17:50:44 |Display all floors
If 8 Japanese fighter jets could not stop a Chinese twin-propeller plane from conducting its patrolling of the air space over Diaoyudao, what does it say about Japanese control or jurisdiction?  It does not exist at all.  Eight fighter jets equals eight empty threats.  They do not even equal 1 successful patrolling over the airspace of Diaoyudao.  What more of 2 such patrols completed in 2 weeks time.

The Japanese Air SDF are a bunch of showoffs and bullies.

They dare not do anything because they know that if Japan goes into an all-out war with China, Japan is sure to lose and Japan may never recover from it, unlike in 1945.

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Post time 2012-12-25 06:47:27 |Display all floors
not daring to attack the Chinese surveillance plane.  

So, what you're saying is that they should have attacked the plane, that's surely interesting. Also, do me the favour of remembering what you said, it's sad to see you say the exact opposite ( like: "OMG THE JAPS ATTACKED OUR PLAINS". ) in a few months.

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Post time 2012-12-25 16:29:52 |Display all floors
I never said the Japanese should attack the Chinese planes.  All I am saying is Japan could not attack China's surveillance plane.  And dares not.

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