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South China Sea route is a neck of Japanese economy holding by China now!

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lucabrasiJun. 16, 2014 - 11:54AM JST Consequently, in 2017, following the Japanese victory over the PLA Navy and the PLA Air Force in the short-lived ?>Battle of the Senkakus, three new Han countries will be born from the ashes of that abomination, the PRC. Lovely little scenario you've got there... Let's hope China plays along and doesn't dust off the nukes....

They won't. They will never be in our league on that score. Mostly because the rest of the world will not let them,

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Consequently, in 2017, following the Japanese victory over the PLA Navy and the PLA Air Force in the short-lived Battle of the Senkakus, three new Han countries will be born from the ashes of that abomination, the PRC.

Lovely little scenario you've got there... Let's hope China plays along and doesn't dust off the nukes....

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China is behaving like the old Malaysian pirates in the South China Sea. That's how laughable they are. They speak as if this is the end of history, that a new permanence is being born from the ashes of the old world. This is a third-grade mentality and reflects a jaundiced outlook. History roils up and down, all around. For every upward flowing event, there necessarily follows a downward one (simple thermodynamics applied to the social sciences). Anyone who studies socio-economics and demographics knows that China has only a few more years to rise, albeit very slowly now...and then begins the long fall, as the weight of hundreds of millions of old Chinese people drags the economy down.

Consider this one other little fact, which cannot be denied: in 2017, India will be able to field more young men of military age into the armed services than China, which will be hampered by too many old men and women unfit for military service because of polluted lungs and diseased livers. Then, add onto this little fact of India soon replacing China, as BMOC, the very real notion that the US and Japan are, at this very instant, technologically and strategically preparing India to combat the inexperienced PLA, win back Tibet into the community of nations and detach the remaining colonies of East Turkmenistan, Inner Mongolia, Manchuria, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan from control of the CCP.

And this is only one little fact among thousands that point to the PRC's demise as a successor of the Qing dynasty. Consequently, in 2017, following the Japanese victory over the PLA Navy and the PLA Air Force in the short-lived Battle of the Senkakus, three new Han countries will be born from the ashes of that abomination, the PRC. It is ordained that these three new countries (the Yangtze People's Republic, the Yellow River Federation and the Oriental Pearl) will be valuable and respected adjuncts of the current world order...as we RE-BALANCE Asia. It is the future. Look forward to it. It’s a beaut.

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I don't want any country to just step into war. Most of all I don't want China to step into war because that the only country that has been openly talking about preparing for war. You just want China to take over all of Asia at the expense of all the other Asian nations.

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@OsssanAmeria,

you just want the Japanese to step into war all these days. Is this really good for Japan?

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What abut governments that are attempting to take control of those routes so that they could choke off the lifeblood of other countries? .

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