Author: NgTran

CHINA FEELS TROUBLED   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-9-6 13:34:39 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2013-9-6 12:49
"Treat you like monkeys?"  "Not idiots?"  Who said "monkeys" and "idiots" but NgTran himself, tryin ...

You must be blind ! Many here have called Filipinos in this forum repeatedly "brown monkeys" and worse.

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Post time 2013-9-6 13:36:30 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2013-9-6 12:49
"Treat you like monkeys?"  "Not idiots?"  Who said "monkeys" and "idiots" but NgTran himself, tryin ...

The Filipinos are the most brave among the 10 member states of Asean. They do not carry their heads between their legs.

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Post time 2013-9-6 13:37:54 |Display all floors
The match between Goliath and David is on.

Lets see who comes out as a winner.

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Post time 2013-9-6 13:52:25 |Display all floors
And ...

the Americans ...

the Philippines would rather do it all alone against China, but

it lacks the necessary hardware.

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Post time 2013-9-6 14:02:05 |Display all floors
NgTran & Co. are sellouts of Philippine national sovereignty, using two Chinese islands as their bait, free of charge.

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Post time 2013-9-6 14:08:21 |Display all floors
Those shoals are not even islands according to UNCLOS, and they are indeed Philippine territory.
The Chinese obviously want to make islands out of them by dropping huge concrete blocks on the
shoals.

But according to UNCLOS this is not allowed and it is a kind of "cheating".

But lets have a cup of tea first and watch the Chinese being "troubled" by a small but smart nation.


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Post time 2013-9-6 14:14:30 |Display all floors
If china is troubled it proves it wants to be on good terms with all nations
If the Philippines are not it just shows they are not genuine peace lovers
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