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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-2-16 01:44|
THE REAL REASON WHY CHINA (INCLUDING NON-COMMUNIST TAIWAN) IS BEING DENIED ITS SOVEREIGNTY OVER DIAOYUDAO - THE FIRST STEP IN THE "CONQUEST OF CHINA" FOR THOSE DREAMING OF SUCH A WORLD-SHAKING (AND SELF-DESTRUCTIVE) FEAT.
One of the consequences of the containment of China is the exacerbation of Apartheid in Australia, and War Criminal Worshipping and Emulating Behavior (or, Nazism) in Japan. Secret supporters of these Nazi-like behavior have to couch their support for both race supremacist movements under the slogan of the "China Threat" defined most accurately by the Australian-generatied formulation that China is the fastest rising power that is non-English-speaking, non-Western and "non-Democratic" in the world, and that its future development is uncertain. Unfortunately for this argument, Taiwan, a non-communist government if any, also claims absolute sovereignty over Diaoyudao, and NONE OF THESE COMMUNIST-HATERS WOULD EVEN SUGGEST THAT DIAOYUDAO BE RETURNED TO TAIWAN, BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT REALLY COMMUNIST-HATERS BUT SIMPLY CHINESE-HATERS.
Taiwan's unwavering and democratic claim to Diaoyudao puts the lie to all the arguments supporting Japanese occupation of Diaoyudao, which cannot be rejected by any treaty between other countries, that violates international law in absenting Taiwan's or China's agreement with its terms, as the territory involved would belong to neither of the foreign contracting parties and therefore, illegal for them to cede to each other. This is an example of what is called an UNEQUAL TREATY, which was the basis for the revolution that brought about the Republic of China in 1911, and subsequently, also the People's Republic of China in 1949. This UNEQUAL TREATY currently being enforced on both Mainland China and Taiwan is the set of bilateral agreements between Japan and America consisting of the SAN FRANCISCO PEACE TREATY, MUTUAL DEFENSE TREATY, and the OKINAWA REVERSION TREATY, none of which had the consent or signature of either TAIWAN or mainland CHINA, and therefore, as far as Diaoyudao is concerned, have no basis in international law, and will be ignored by China, regardless of the threats issued against her in exercising her sovereignty. An attack on any Chinese civilian or soldier in Diaoyudao will be regarded and acted on as an act of war on both the PRC and ROC whose claim of sovereignty over Diaoyudao is historically and by international treaties such as the Instrument of Surrender of the Japanese Empire of September 2, 1945, unassailable. This is the red line that, unfortunately, is likely to be crossed any time. And the instigators of this crisis, including Australia and the British empire, should not be forgotten by China.
Indirectly, now, they would support the Philippines in triggering what could turn into a regional and then a world war with China, so that they can get to killing off a few thousand, or even a few million Chinese. The Philippines has forgotten that several hundred thousands of their own forefathers were butchered at the turn of the 20th century when the First Philippine Republic was smashed and their first president, General Aguinaildo, was captured, in order to make them "a showcase of democracy in Asia". They have been reeling from the corruption inherent in such a lackey system of foreign patronage ever since, until the brief hiatus of the post-Marcos government, but is soon about to return to the folds of colonial servitude in the name of defending islands that, unknown to the vast majority, had belonged to China, even at the inception of their Second Republic in 1946. It is ironic that for the sake of stealing a few islands off China, their present leadership would give away the soveriegnty of their entire country. If they do, the next government of the Philippines, regardless of which international power wins the fight, would necessarily be a colonial government again. Do the Filipinos have the same guts and intelligence of their Malay brothers and sisters, like the Malaysians and Indonesians? Or, have they forgotten how many of their intelligent forefathers have sacrificed everything, including their lives, for them to be independent? Independence is easy to sell for a grand price, but it can only be regained by paying a much hicher price, in blood and mass suffering, if ever it could be regained.