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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-1-21 07:36|
Apres moi le deluge - After Me, the Deluge!
If Japan has its so-called "admininstrative right" over Diaoyudao, then by implication, China does not have its "sovereign right". Insisting therefore that Japan has administrative rights over Diaoyudao implies China's sovereignty is voided, and by further implication, since Japan is the only other country claiming sovereignty over Dioayudao, Japan's sovereignty is true. But historical evidence has proven that Japan's claim of sovereignty is false, and therefore, by logical implication, Japan's claim of "administrative right" over Diaoyudao is false. In logic, it is called "Reductio ad Absurdum".
Furthermore, the sovereignty of a country over an island can only be lost by ceding it or through conquest by another country. Since China has not ceded Diaoyudao to Japan, then China's sovereignty over Diaoyudao can only be lost by conquest. Thus, if Japan's administrative control over Diaoyudao implies China's loss of sovereignty, then therefore, Japan's so-called administrative control over Diaoyudao must be an act of conquest. And, if it is an act of conquest, then it must also be a declaration of war.
The declaration of Japan's absolute "administrative right" over China's sovereign territory of Diaoyudao is like a slap on the face of the 1.3 billion people of China, of the genre of the Treaty of Nanking in establishing unequal treaties that force China to relinquish its sovereignty under threat of war, and is tantamount to a declaration of war.
To first declare war on China, and then claim to not want to provoke China, or to reject any future "unilateral action by any country", implies that the conquest of Diaoyudao by Japan is a fait accompli. Well, it is not. And therefore, China's actions to defend its sovereignty over Diaoydao cannot be construed as a provocation, or as a unilateral action. In fact, any sane person can tell that China's actions are purely defensive and completely reasonable.
To de facto declare the Japanese conquest of Diaoyudao a fait accompli and say one wants peace is like the British-supported Hitler taking over Czechoslovakia and saying the Nazi alliance wishes peace, and opposes all unilateral actions afterwards. As the world knows, this was the seed of World War II. And this Chamberlain-like support for the War Criminal Worshipping Nazi Japanese strongly promises to be another one.
With the further provocation by Japan and its Pan-Anglo allies, this past week, declaring the de facto completed conquest of Diaoyudao by Japan, the situation has become quite dangerous. The stakes could not be higher. And, the state of the planet cannot be a rosy one.
"Diaoyu" island means "catching fish". China may be an old man, too old, they say to go out to sea. But when he does, no fish will be too large for him to catch or take home for dinner.