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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-12-14 05:20|
At some point, Diaoyudao must be taken back from the Japanese. Once a Chinese official steps foot on Dioayudao and claims it in the name of China, and he is attacked by Japan, the official enemy becomes Japan, the country, not some bases in Okinawa.
When on December 7, 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, the US declared war, not just limited to the ports whence the attacking force came, but the entire Japan.
Japan views Diaoyudao/Senkaku as a bait to lure out China's best pilots and military planes, and then wipe them out in the name of the Mutual Defense Treaty. The West views Japan itself as a bait for China to use its strategic weapons on, when it loses out in the tactical air and sea battles against the Allied forces. The moment China attacks Japan, the Alliance will then wipe out China's military bases with conventional and with strategic weapons.
But what if Chna changes the sequence, rejects a local war over Diaoyudao, and takes out Japan first? Then China becomes the bait for an Allied attack, which will then be followed by a Russian clincher? The Mutual Defense Treaty is turning out to be the perfect framework for Mutually Assured Destruction, as it assuredly is leading all the players into. This winter may be the last winter for hundreds of millions of innocent souls in all continents. All, for the love, of Abe.