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STRENGTH IS NOT JUST ABOUT MUSCLE, BUT ALSO ABOUT THE HEART, COURAGE.|
If Japan flies its military planes, especially its aggressively armed F-15's over Diaoyudao, to harrass China's unarmed propeller patrol planes . . . to signify China's sovereignty, it must have the balls to fly its J-10's or better to play guard to its patrol planes . . . not to attack the Japanese planes, because China is a peace-loving country, but to let all intruders know that they are not allowed to use force against Chinese planes in Chinese sovereign air space.
In short, by using F-15's, Japan is threatening to use force, overwhelming force, outnumbering even China's single patrol plane by 8-to-1.
The quick answer to this threat of using force on Chinese planes and Chinese pilots is, "No, you are not allowed to use force on any of the Chinese planes. If you do, China has the right and the will power to use force against such unlawful actions within China's sovereign territory."
China has the right, all right. But does China have the courage to defend its sovereignty? Japan does not think so. And when North Korea sees China afraid to defend itself, how can China expect North Korea to trust China to come to its rescue against its traditional enemies? And thus, how can China persuade North Korea, like the US can persuade Japan, to not become a nuclear power in order to defend itself? This fearfulness inside the Chinese mind has been called "being Yellow" in the West. Such fear often begets the very things that it fears. The end result is a tiny 22-million-strong North Korea trying to defend itself with nuclear arms, at the very doorstep of China - what does it say about China's ability to defend itself?