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Japan's Peace Offensives Have Imploded by Their Fakeness. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-2-12 15:38:59 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-2-12 15:40

All talk.  No action.  All promises.  No action.  All bows.  No action.  Japan is still grabbing China's Diaoyudao with its dirty hands.  The same hands that gestured thoughtful meditation, familiarity and friendship, trust and partnership.  Its peace offensives to disarm China's will to defend Diaoyudao have petered out completely.  Nothing is left of this brief diplomatic offensive but the reality of Japanese greed and reliance on force, not history, not reason, or morality.  

The 1.34 billion Chinese people still read the Japanese are harrassing Chinese fishermen and patrol boats in Chinese sovereign territory of Dioayudao and its vicinity.  Facts are facts.  Its diplomatic pretensions have vanished without a trace.  

The intelligent choice for Japan is to quietly withdraw from Dioayudao, and regain China's trust and forgiveness.  By doing so, it saves Japan from the cost of waging a two-trillion dollar war with China over Dioayudao, and replace this fear with the confidence of decades of profitable trade with China going forward.  Politics is most intelligent when it is most business-like.  Japan has no business being in Diaoyudao, historically or practically speaking.  It loses nothing in giving back Diaoyudao to China.  It gains everything by giving up Diaoyudao to China, its rightful owner.  Prevaricating does not help.  Honesty is simple and effective.  It is the best policy.


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