Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

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Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 26 May 2012 07:53

China no para de enviar ejercito al mar del sur de China, donde ya ha amenazado varias veces con quedarse Taiwan, ahora también quiere las islas Spratly Filipinas ya que como están en el mar del sur de China consideran suyas, aunque claramente están a menos de doscientas millas náuticas de Filipinas y según las leyes internacionales son suyas y siempre lo han sido, ahh pero es que ahora se han encontrado yacimientos allí... Solo hace falta mirar en el mapa donde están las islas para ver el absurdo, pero China envía a sus pescadores a robar especies protegidas como las "giant clams" de la zona, y con sus barcos de guerra desafiantes de vez en cuando disparan algún aviso si los Filipinos se interponen! Recientemente han empezado a hacer lo mismo en otras zonas, algo ridículo!

A mi me parece muy preocupante el comportamiento de los dirigentes Chinos, en la sociedad actual, quiero pensar que hemos superado el masacrarnos los unos a los otros por pedazos de tierra, el causar miseria a millones de personas por un poco de poder, los ciudadanos actuales deben de ser mas cultos y razonables para rebelarse ante dirigentes que se comportan de dicha forma.

¿Sabéis que el 50% de los millonarios Chinos se ha ido de China por miedo a que el estado les quite su dinero? ¿Y que la mayoría de los que quedan se lo plantea?

A mi me parece que algo preocupante... cuando pueden enfocar sus esfuerzos a eliminar la pobreza de millones de sus propios ciudadanos...
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 21 Jun 2012 06:03

Y siguen los Chinos preocupando:

"China’s failure to remove its vessels from Panatag Shoal is clear evidence of Chinese shadow play in the resolution of the dispute. Remember that about a month ago, Chinese authorities declared a fishing ban in the area for a period of two and a half months. Philippine authorities, in an effort to calm the standoff, followed suit and declared a similar ban. But contrary to the ban, no less than 20 Chinese fishing boats remain in the lagoon of the shoal. This is clear doublespeak."
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 21 Jun 2012 06:06

Y todo sea por llevarse el petroleo Filipino, ya sea a la fuerza o como sea:

"Observers posit that China’s actuations are a precursor of further trouble to come. The real battle ground is Recto Bank where we are about to drill for oil. Our responses to Chinese provocation in the shoal will in turn determine their future actuations in Recto Bank. On the basis of their current track record in the shoal, we should expect the Chinese to send its entire Armada to Recto should we persist in our effort to drill for oil in the area. Already, China has announced that it would conduct military exercises aimed at defending their perceived right to explore for mineral deposits in the West Philippine Sea. This is a clear message that China will use its recently acquired military might to defend its interest in these troubled waters."
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Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Jul 2012 18:05

The Philippines on Tuesday said the deployment of US spy planes, suggested by President Benigno Aquino.

"If they happen at all, they are surveillance flights, they are not meant to be provocative. There's no offensive capability here," said the president's spokesman Ricky Carandang.

China's foreign ministry, in an embassy statement quoting spokesman Liu Weimin, called on all parties to maintain "peace and stability" in the South China Sea.

"We have noticed the reports," the ministry spokesman was quoted as saying.

"It is the hope of the Chinese side that peace and stability can be maintained... and parties concerned do things conducive to regional peace and stability," the statement said.

It did not specify the Philippines or the United States or mention the almost-three month long dispute between China and the Philippines over the Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea.

The Scarborough Shoal dispute began after Chinese government vessels blocked Philippine ships from arresting Chinese fishermen near the shoal on April 10.

Both countries have been pressing their respective claims to the area with the poorly-equipped Philippines seeking the support of its main defence ally, the United States.

China claims nearly all of the South China Sea, even waters close to the coasts of neighbouring countries. The Philippines says the shoal is well within its 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone.

The shoal sits about 230 kilometres (140 miles) from the western coast of the Philippines' main island of Luzon. The nearest major Chinese land mass is 1,200 kilometres northwest of the shoal, according to Philippine navy maps.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 31 Jul 2012 08:31

Con los Japoneses tambien se ponen tensos:

http://nation.time.com/2012/05/24/clock ... s-dispute/

“We have drifted to a place where we don’t want to be and we are running out of time,” says Kazuhiko Togo, director of the Institute for World Affairs at Kyoto Sangyo University. “We need to prepare ourselves militarily, and at the same time make every diplomatic effort to bridge the gap between Tokyo and Beijing. This really is becoming a casus belli.”

China this week cancelled a visit to Japan of its top uniformed military leader, and snubbed Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda at a summit meeting in Beijing earlier month. Both actions were intended, at least in part, to express China’s displeasure with the dispute over the Senkaku Islands, known as Diaoyu in China, a group of five or so islets near Taiwan. The islands are administered by Japan, but are claimed by both China and Taiwan.

China has been aggressively modernizing its military and pressing territorial claims throughout the region. A monthlong standoff between China and Philippines patrol ships in an area called the Scarborough Shoals shows little sign of letup.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 31 Jul 2012 08:36

Togo faults Tokyo for fumbling the Senkaku dispute and allowing it to become an emotional issue for both sides. Long-standing grievances have crystallized and left little room for compromise or face-saving, he says. Where China sees an unrepentant Japan clinging to a legacy of colonial expansion, Japan sees an arrogant and erratic China once again bullying its smaller neighbors.

Japan has administered the Senkakus since 1895. China claimed ownership in 1971, shortly after oil was discovered, but both sides agreed to let “the next generation” resolve the issue. The islands are located about 200 miles from Taiwan, at the tip of Japan’s southwest island chain.

But says Togo, “If our diplomacy is so stupid as to incite China to attack Japan, could we then approach the United States and say, ‘Hey, we have a war’?
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 02 Ago 2012 08:57

In land territory, the rule is that discovery alone gives rise to an inchoate title that must be perfected through effective occupation. The latter entails submission of evidence that the disputed testimony was subject to the exercise of both sovereignty and jurisdiction. Some evidence recognized by tribunals as proof of effective occupation would include the simple act of hoisting the flag in small and desolate island territories, and such acts as the grant of concessions, appending the disputed territory to a local government unit, and proof that institutions such as the courts or civil register were functioning in the disputed area.

This is why China has recently been attempting to bolster its claim to both the Kalayaan Group of islands and Panatag. Very recently, it created a new municipality, Sansha, that would exercise jurisdiction over the disputed islands in the West Philippine Sea. This is also why it has recently built a structure on yet another disputed island within our Kalayaan group of islands, the Subi Reef. The order to send a 30 boat armada of Chinese fishermen is also to bolster their claim that the waters have been the subject of acquired fishing rights by its nationals.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 18 Ago 2012 17:49

The Chinese government has warned Japan to stop an "illegal" trip by politicians to a group of disputed islands under Japanese control.
A flotilla of some 20 Japanese boats has set sail for the Senkaku (Chinese: Diaoyu) islands and is expected to anchor off them early on Sunday.
The politicians plan to commemorate Japanese dead in World War II, when Japan occupied eastern China.
But Japan's government has denied them permission to land on the islands.
China says the event will undermine its "territorial sovereignty" and this is the latest move in an escalating dispute over the islands.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 11 Sep 2012 15:21

14:59 Japón compra tres islas chinas por 20 millones de euros

Japón rechazó las duras advertencias de China y compró el martes un grupo de islas que ambos reclaman, en una disputa creciente que amenaza con mayores tensiones entre las dos principales economías asiáticas.Tokio insistió en que sólo tiene intenciones pacíficas en la compra por 2.050 millones de yenes (algo más de 20 millones de euros) de tres islas deshabitadas en el mar de la China Oriental.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 17 Sep 2012 09:09

Empresas niponas cierran plantas en China por sentimiento antijaponés

Importantes firmas japonesas cerraron temporalmente fábricas y oficinas en China luego de que airadas protestas estallaron en todo el país como resultado de una disputa territorial que ha dado lugar a uno de los peores brotes chinos de sentimiento antinipón en las últimas décadas.
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