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Posted in: China rejects accusations in Japan defense report See in context

I think this is Japan’s war to win. Stop hiding behind the US Navy’s skirt. Do your own shellacking. Your navy is powerful. Your military forces are already much larger than Britain’s and your knowledge of warcraft is far superior to the PRC’s.

Build yourself up even more so that you yourself can practice Offshore Control and strangle the PRC. The PLA air force and PLA navy are no match for Japanese military might. Yes, keep the war from touching the mainland of China, but sink their navy and down their air force.

After that, it’s all over. We all know that China is unable to feed itself. Stop the food ships from coming in, and China will fold within 90 days. Stop the fuel ships from coming in, and China will fold within 90 days. Offshore Control is your ace in the hole.

You don’t need the US to protect you. You can easily defeat China by strangling it economically. Just remember to flood the internet with freedom marches for the Tibetan, the Uighurs and the Mongolians. The Han Chinese will be enwrapped…and fold.

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Posted in: Tepid economic data report raises BOJ stimulus pressure See in context

Helicopter money WILL work in stimulating Japan's economy, if it is done right. In the US, George W. Bush gave us $300 at one point to stimulate the economy, but all we did was use it to pay down debt. This did nothing for the economy.

The way it needs to be done is for the BOJ to give poor people their 30,000 yen in scrip, which can only be used to purchase goods and services in the economy and NOT be used to pay off debt. For the sake of its multiplier effect, the scrip should be "signed off" with five verifiable signatures or thumb prints (indicating that the scrip was used five times in purchasing goods and services) before the scrip can be redeemed by the banks.

Hyperinflation is kept under control through the five-fold multiplier effect of the scrip in stimulating the economy of Japan. When scrips are redeemed, thumb prints are gathered and tabulated by computer then run up against those individuals' internal revenue "claims to income" to ensure that black market influences are kept out of the system.

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Posted in: Helicopter money talk takes flight as BOJ runs out of runway See in context

Helicopter money WILL work, if it is done right. In the US, George W. Bush gave us $300 at one point to stimulate the economy, but all we did was use it to pay down debt. This did nothing for the economy. The way it needs to be done is for the BOJ to give poor people their 30,000 yen in scrip, which can only be used to purchase goods and services in the economy and NOT be used to pay off debt. For the sake of its multiplier effect, the scrip should be "signed off" with five verifiable signatures or thumb prints (indicating that the scrip was used five times in purchasing goods and services) before the scrip can be redeemed by the banks. Believe me, this WILL work!

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Posted in: China stock market burns investors with boom-and-bust See in context

“Supply-side reforms” is why President Xi has failed China. His problem is not only zombie industries over-producing unsell-able goods...but voracious zombies coming in from the countryside.

As more of the poor come to China’s cities, the available resources in those cities shrink, thus raising prices for food, utilities and shelter. As prices rise, the government becomes responsible for ensuring that food and shelter remained affordable, thus requiring an increase in jobs at higher wages. Higher wages means that goods sold from each person’s labor has to be sold at higher prices in order to be able to pay the workers their higher wages. Higher prices for goods thus produced means that those goods have to be sold at the new higher prices in countries where the goods are exported. As other countries, like India and Vietnam, produce cheaper exports and take over market share from China, Chinese goods then accumulate in warehouses and on the docks, because their price is non-competitive to Vietnam and India. This is what President Xi is facing right now. How do you get rid of over-capacity?

At that point, the government began selling China’s goods at cheaper prices, meaning below what it cost to produce, in order to maintain China’s market share and to keep the urbanized rural poor employed and able to afford eating, pissing and sleeping. In selling at below-production prices, China has had to finance the difference with its foreign reserves, basically giving away China’s wealth. That cost has resulted in a loss of $100 billion per month for the past 18 months. And still, the rural poor keep coming, numbering one billion people more. These hungry zombies keep flooding into the cities, requiring more of the cities’ resources, driving up prices for food, water and shelter and, as shown above, ultimately draining China of its foreign reserves. Will it stop? When will it stop?

You know that the cities cannot absorb an additional one billion people who, essentially, are zombies feeding on your wealth and prosperity. This insanity can only stop when the Pearl River Union, the Yangtze People’s Republic and the Yellow River Federation free themselves of the CPC’s insane policies and resist urbanization of a billion zombies into your beautiful urban world.

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Posted in: China imports and exports fall again See in context

Contrary to common belief, it was the Japanese corporations that provided management to China's industries, thus giving China three (3) decades of progress, not CPC management.

The Chinese economy is grinding to a halt now without Japanese management. You know this. Yet, instead of holding back growth to sustainable levels, the CCP is determined to maintain the “New Normal” of a 7.0 growth rate, as Xi himself has promised in order to double 2010 gross domestic product and per-capita income by 2020. As such, China's fixed capital investment, simply to reach this goal, is topping $5 trillion a year, as much as North America and Europe combined. Are the reserves holding? How much longer? Money out of thin air?

Based on the unsustainability of such mismanagement of the economy, capital outflows have now reached a record $113 billion in November alone. In maintaining these unrealistic growth rates and employment levels, all in the face of global tightening, the CCP hopes to export its excess output at cut-rate prices, thus squeezing profits from China’s corporations until, eventually, they will cease to exist. Is there money in thin air? Or, is there bankruptcy and shuttered factories, with 220 million idle workers rising in revolution from the gutters of China’s cities?

Now, let’s not forget that wages in these corporations have been rising at near double-digit rates, ever since the country ran out of cheap labor from the villages. As a result, East Heavy Industry and Mingde Heavy Industry have gone bust. Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group has completely stopped production, while Fujian Crown Ocean has stopped paying its workers. No more money. It is the same story in the Chinese steel industry, which is sitting on 300 million tons of excess capacity, and the state giant Sinosteel has now defaulted to state banks.

It’s the beginning of the Great CPC epression...writ large for all you trolls. Long live the Yellow River Federation, the Yangtze People’s Republic and the Pearl River Union, as well as the soon to be independent states of Tibet, East Turkestan, United Mongolia, Manchuria, Macau, Hong Kong and the only real Republic of China, Taiwan. Long live the Revolution!!!

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Posted in: Japan backs U.S. operations in South China Sea See in context

We welcome Japan's involvement in ensuring "freedom of navigation" in the global commons. Soon, however, we won't need to worry about China interfering in the South China Sea, because no military can function without a sound economy. And China's economy is nearing bankruptcy.

China's credit growth is running at more than twice the rate of GDP growth. Yes, China is sinking into a quagmire of debt from which it cannot survive. Yes, the CCP can postpone the deflation of China's gigantic debt bubble...but only so long. And doing so costs the wealth of the nation, which is why the CCP is now essentially powerless to do anything. Yes, China is drowning in debt, having added $20-25 trillion simply to "keep up appearances" since the global financial crisis of 2008.

The only way a system that looks as bad as this could be kept running is by issuing more debt. But even that can’t keep China going forever. All that debt has been inflated to such extreme proportions that only deflation in now possible, along with a Japanese-style decades-long stagnation. The Japanese chose this avenue instead of a short-lived but financially wrenching depression which would have burned through household wealth and sovereign wealth. What will China do? Will it allow a massive depression lasting two or three years? Or will it choose a Japanese-style stagnation lasting two or three decades? The answer is that the CCP has chosen a Great Chinese Depression.

The current Chinese economic system is now imploding. There is no doubt about this, with deflation and deleveraging taking place at a phenomenal rate. But before all that is done to bare bones (with massive unemployment and tragic loss of household wealth), there can be no recovery for the Chinese people. Indeed, this current trend has a very long way to go down...so far down that you will have a very hard time recognizing China afterwards.

In the end of all this, the Yangtze People's Republic is born. The Yellow River Federation is established. The Pearl River Union is constituted. And all of the PRC's colonies are returned to independent status, these being: Tibet, East Turkestan, United Mongolia, Manchuria, Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Long live these free nations within the PAX Americana!

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Posted in: Syria's Assad blames France as Arab world condemns Paris attacks See in context

Terrorist attacks??? Really??? How does Europe stop ISIS? Rather easily, actually, Fight fire with fire. As most of you know, I'm not inclined to support democracies anywhere, which I liken to mob rule. So, don't go to war in some foreign country like Syria or Iraq or Afghanistan. Institute MARTIAL LAW.

An authoritarian government, intent on maintaining law and order (as Kaddafi was in Libya and Hussein was in Iraq and Assad is in Syria and Khamenei is in Iran and and Xi is in China) is another thing. And ISIS is pushing all of Europe in this direction of authoritarian rule; then, soon enough, the US will feel the urge to delimit the "rights of new immigrants" with the next wave of suicide bombers within America's borders.

Instead of a democratic government, bound by a constitution ensuring the rights of the individual against the rights of the citizen at large, a law-and-order government WILL teach would-be terrorists the full extent of their brash suicidal impulses. Yes, you may be dead and -- God forbid -- in Paradise with your 70 virgins, but your family will be forced to answer the charge that they were complicit in your crime and that, as accessories before the fact, they bear full responsibility for your actions.

Yes -- your mother and father, your aunts and uncles, your grandmother and grandfather, your brothers and sisters -- they all knew or suspected to some extent that you would commit these crimes. They protected you from the authorities by not telling of the horrendous deed you would commit against humanity. And, as such, they are guilty and must shoulder the ultimate penalty for your crime.

Charged as accomplices to terrorist attacks, with the responsibility to prove their innocence (instead of the courts proving their guilt), they are marched into court and, after televised hearings to galvanize the Muslim population, sentenced to death by firing squad (for those over age 16) or life imprisonment in their home country (for your younger brothers and sisters). Soon, uncles and cousins and little brothers are coming out of the woodwork to condemn your actions before you can blow yourself up. Soon, you have no safe haven, because all the Muslims around you, especially your own family, are possible snitches hoping to protect their own lives.

That's how you stop suicide bombers, not with drone attacks and boots on the ground. These miserable excuses for Allah-loving people don't care about themselves, but they care about their loved ones. How will they feel about their 10-year-old sister languishing in a Syrian prison cell among hardened criminals? For the rest of her life. Yes, you will stroll around Paradise with your 70 virgins, a beautiful condition for yourself which you purchased with the misery and horror of your family left behind on earth.

That's how you eliminate Isis!!!!

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Posted in: Chinese media warn against U.S. provocations in South China Sea See in context

We're quite prepared for the all-too-familiar Chinese technique of slicing salami with non-naval vessels instead of actually confronting us on the high seas, as we wish they would. The US Navy is prepared to deal with China's massive flotilla of fishing boats that will converge on any naval vessel that dares pass next to one of China's new islands.

Yes, any American ship in the vicinity of these new islands will be stopped short by masses of fishing boats called into action by the PLA. Now imagine that this bogged down US vessel, while trying to maneuver out of that position, rams and sinks some boats, drowning those Chinese fishermen. Well, this is how China intends to win against the freedom of navigation in the South China Sea. Now this is how we overcome that tactically childish ploy.

Admitting the PLA's cowardly chess move, we anchor and simply stay there. We fly helicopters to that ship every day with delicacies for our sailors, with each flight of helicopters being a daily affirmation that we have a right to be there. We make a picnic of it. In addition, we make sure that anyone who attempts to climb aboard is treated as a pirate, shooting them if we have to. And we wait them out until the little boats run out of food and are replaced with others that run out of food. In so doing, we wait for the PLA to acknowledge our right to be there, as well as the right of every other country that passes by these islands to be there too.

Yes, send our ships to the Spratleys or Paracels and settle down for a Berlin-style Airlift. We've done it before, and we're good at defeating Communists with this chess move.

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Posted in: China angered by Japan visit of Taiwan opposition leader See in context

Taiwan is wise enough to recognize its true friends from its enemies. Japan is Taiwan's true friend from ancient days. In fact, Taiwan regards Japan as a civilizer and benefactor of Taiwan's early industrialization. And Taiwan's future lies with the West, including Japan, and not with the PRC, which has ruined Macau and Hong Kong and would do the same to Taiwan. Now, as the Chinese economy is surely headed into an abyss, not a hard landing but a complete ruination, Taiwan maintains good relations with Japan and the US.

Even when all the Chinese trolls believed it impossible that the PRC would be suffering these massive losses leading to economic collapse, I told you the straight facts and everything I predicted happened on the timescale I told you. Now Huawei announced massive layoffs of nearly a third of its 170,000 workforce and Heilongjiang is being forced to lay off 100,000 of its workforce. And there are thousands of other companies that are caught in the same trap, bleeding jobs and profits that will eventually bankrupt all Chinese businesses.

And then, of course, all these companies have millions of pensioners who are supported by the health of the Chinese economy which cannot stop bleeding the lifeblood of Chinese workers. The CCP is responsible for this fiasco in being irresponsible in its claims to the Senkakus, which began this whole mess. When we saw a healthy China intent on war, we determined to mortally wound China’s economy and then to partition the country into the three new Han nations of the Yangtze People's Republic, the Yellow River Federation and the Pearl River Union, with all the colonies returned to autonomous rule.

I warned you all two years running that the PRC was going to come to a crashing fall if the PLA continued to be aggressive in the East China Sea. Now, we are watching the economy of China being quickly deconstructed, with October, 2015 (that’s right around the corner), being the beginning of the "CCP Depression" in China. But there's still time to dissolve the behemoth into its constituent parts before the entire wealth of its people is consumed in holding together the PRC house of cards. It’s time for a Mao-style Revolution against the CCP. That’s how the Chinese save themselves from dire poverty and a war China cannot win.

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Posted in: Japan set for historic defense policy shift See in context

We in America totally support Japan in her quest to take her rightful place among nations. I especially love the fact that it was China's belligerence on the Senkaku issue that now has the Chinese military trembling in their marionette boots.

As for the demographic disparity between the two countries (meaning who can raise the largest military force in human assets), Japan has developed a technological superiority with highly expendable drones. After a massive airstrike against any Chinese city, these solar-powered drones will then be deployed in the thousands over every city to keep the populace trapped indoors for weeks, if not months, thus starving the city in an unrelenting siege. These human-perceptive, software-directive drones fly well above early detection limits and then swoop down with deadly fire on scavenging individuals in the impact zone. These new war drones replace snipers and occupation forces without the need for an operator on the ground.

Yes, the Chinese are surely trembling at the thought of a resurgent militaristic Japan, as well they should be.

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Posted in: Japan passes controversial security bills into law See in context

Love it. It's time that Japan took her rightful place among nations. I especially love the fact that it was China's belligerence on the Senkaku issue that now has the Chinese military trembling in their marionette boots.

As for the demographic disparity between the two countries (meaning who can raise the largest military force in human assets), Japan has developed a technological superiority with highly expendable drones. After a massive airstrike against any Chinese city, these solar-powered drones will then be deployed in the thousands over every city to keep the populace trapped indoors for weeks, if not months, thus starving the city in an unrelenting siege. These human-perceptive, software-directive drones fly well above early detection limits and then swoop down with deadly fire on scavenging individuals in the impact zone. These new war drones replace snipers and occupation forces without the need for an operator on the ground.

Yes, the Chinese are surely trembling at the thought of a resurgent militaristic Japan, as well they should be.

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Posted in: Japan approves aid to foreign troops' non-military operations See in context

Global security is important, especially in the light of China's aggressive posturing vis a vis Japan. But, it need not be so. Today, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) published an assessment on the weaknesses of the PLA in any future military conflict. These weaknesses are many, ranging from logistical debilities to insufficient strategic capabilities to deficiencies in naval air defense and antisubmarine warfare, as well as qualitative shortcomings in such domains as space and cyberspace.

In the final analysis, the PLA appears incapable of conducting information-centric, integrated joint operations, which are required to fight and win any sort of war under “informatized” conditions,” such as will be required during the Battle of the Senkakus in 2017. In that conflict, the Japanese war machine will inflict massive, even existential, damage to the PLA’s outdated command structures, specifically in the PLAAF and the PLAN, thus “breaking the back” of the PLA itself and bringing about the dissolution of the CCP.

Until then, the economic and politically oppressive conditions prevailing in China will be sufficient to sap the will of the Chinese people for any future adventurism, empire-building and military overreach. Disintegration of the PRC has permanently set in, with the colonial territories already demanding self-rule through terrorism. This latest version of the Middle Kingdom is already crumbling into its constituent parts, including the new Han countries of the Yellow River Federation, the Yangtze People’s Republic and the Oriental Pearl.

The inability of the PLA to conduct any sort of regionally based war is well known to most analysts, both in and out of China. Since future progress of the global economy through the 21st century is dependent on the cooperation of all its member states and since the PRC has proven itself unwilling to abide by the existing structures in providing world-wide material benefits to all peoples and nations, it has become necessary to terminate the CCP.

Xi has been summoned to the US under IMPERIAL COMMAND. He is coming to the EMPIRE to be told to remove himself from all positions of power and to remain simply as the powerless figurehead of China. He will either do this...or China will die with him. If war should come because of his arrogance and intransigence, the may the Han, the Tibetans, the Mongolians, the Uyghurs, the Manchurians, the Hong Kongers, the Taiwanese, the Macauans all live well and prosper after the trial and execution of that most foul dictator, Xi Jinping.

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Posted in: Thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations warms up MLB See in context

Are you totally missing the big picture? Sports? Really? It's Russia. Obama is trying to avoid another instance of Russia using Cuba to threaten the US. Bay of Pigs, anyone? Now that Russia is sending its war ships as far as Australia during the G20, specifically for intimidation purposes and flying long-range bombers up against our coast, in fact not only Alaska but in the Gulf of Mexico, how can you doubt that Putin has Cuba in mind again. This is an end-run by Obama. He's got no choice. We can't wait for Fidel to die. We need a rapprochement with Cuba more than Cuba needs one with us. We have to get Cuba back on our side before Putin makes the same choice Khruschev did in the '60's. So, come on and wise up. This is not a sports moment. It's Russia. We can't have Russian bombers on Cuban runways. That's what Putin is in the process of developing? Weren't you there for the White House briefing?

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Posted in: Japan's consumer inflation eases in June See in context

Japan has the largest public debt of any country. But, whenever it's paid, it's not going offshore. Why? Because most of this debt is owed to Japanese citizens. It's not as if wealth is leaving Japan. It's just moving from one pocket to another. It just redistributes the wealth, unfortunately making the wealthy wealthier.

The trick is for these Japanese citizens to be taxed at a higher rate than citizens who earn less. In short, Japan's public debt can be fixed by a progressive tax rate. So, let's not belabor the point. Japan is freaking rich, and it doesn't have a real debt problem.

Here's more you should know: In 2012, of the $437 billion the Japanese government made in tax revenues, it spent a record $257 billion servicing its debt. By the time $300 billion in spending for social security was added to that figure, the government had spent all of its money before the sun even rose on the first day of its fiscal year. No wonder Japan wants more tax money, but a consumption tax is the wrong answer.

A quarter of a trillion dollars is spent servicing Japan's debt. Again, this is a quarter of a trillion dollars which is given back to the richest Japanese people, meaning those who financed that debt. Instead of a consumer tax on the poor, how about a progressive income tax for the rich, so that this quarter of a trillion dollars is taxed at an appropriate level to bring sanity back to Japan's fiscal house.

Stop talking bonds, which simply transfer the debt into the future. And stop talking about raising interest rates, which will destroy Japan's economic miracle by stopping economic expansion. Why is Japan so short-sighted? Both these methods make the poor poorer.

A progressive tax (for all forms of income) is fair and won't hurt the little man or woman while filling Japan's treasury with the billions of dollars that will pay off the public debt. Once Japan no longer needs to service such a massive debt, those funds will be available to finance Japan's growing military as a real stopgap to China's insane ambitions.

Wulfe N. Straat says so!

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Posted in: Japan walking 'tightrope' on public debt, says Amari See in context

Yes, it's a large public debt. But, when it's paid, it's not going offshore. Why? Because most of this debt is owed to Japanese citizens. It's not as if wealth is leaving Japan's shores. It's just moving from one pocket to another. It just redistributes the wealth, unfortunately making the wealthy wealthier.

The trick is for these Japanese citizens to be taxed at a higher rate than citizens who earn less. In short, Japan's public debt can be fixed by a progressive tax rate. So, let's not belabor the point. Japan is freaking rich, and it doesn't have a real debt problem.

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Posted in: Russia rejects China's offer to help with Japan dispute See in context

Why is China focusing on the South China Sea, where it has no legal standing, instead of trying to get back the lands that Russia stole from it?

Primorye, which is now in Russian hands, has always belonged to China. When the Qing dynasty was weak, Russia stole that peninsula by forcing China to sign the humiliating Treaty of Peking in the mid-1800's. Whether by war or coercion, this vast territory must be returned to China for the good of the Chinese people. One obvious benefit is that the port of Vladivostok will provide the PRC with the access it needs to the Pacific Ocean, without having to sail across the first island chain past Japan's batteries of SSM's.

In addition, much of Russia's Far East, rich in oil and gas and timber, also belongs to China. Don't you think it's time for China to take back these valuable assets for the sake of Chinese industry, instead of engaging in an expensive war with the US, Japan and ASEAN? War for what? For some rocks and reefs of dubious value in the open sea? Do you really want to be mired in the jungles of Vietnam or the Philippines when the US and Japan are providing those guerrillas with the most advanced weaponry and tactical aid possible? Don't make any mistake about it, endless guerrilla wars in these countries would sap China’s strength and will. In the end, all party leaders would be tried as war criminals and hanged.

Why are the Chinese so focused on these spurious maritime claims anyway, which they cannot hope to win, when a much bigger and far more legitimate prize awaits you on their land borders. Russia stole unimaginably vast territories known as "China's Northeast" and "China's Far West," all rich in natural resources. In addition, Russia is now in the process of exploiting those regions of oil and gas and selling those commodities back to China. Isn't that embarrassing, even humiliating? How do you suppose China feels about having to buy back their own oil and gas from those who stole their energy stocks in the first place?

With our blessing, the PLA can take back China's Northeast without any interference from the US, Japan and ASEAN. None of the European countries will side with Russia either. These lands are indisputably Chinese territory, and China's claims can be upheld in the International Court System. Why don’t they? Are Russians their friends and allies? Or are they taking advantage of the Chinese? Are they the ones who, fearing that China would want their northern and western territories back, turned China's attention to the South China Sea and the East China Sea, where they had little hope of gaining any headway and every chance of alienating the world? Has Russian propaganda turned China's largest customers and benefactors into cut-throat competitors and militaristic enemies, thus stopping China's Peaceful Rise? Is Russia really China's friend? Really?

You have only to tear off Russia's sheep clothing to see the wolf lurking underneath, tearing at China's soft underbelly.

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Posted in: Ozawa says Abe's policy shift risks taking Japan down dangerous path See in context

There will be no need for war. China had over 50,000 rivers not that long ago. Now it has less than half of that and is losing 1000 additional rivers every year through mismanagement of its industrial base. Groundwater to the depth of six meters is so contaminated that it cannot even be used for agricultural purposes. In short, China is committing suicide.

The US doesn't have to do anything but watch. When the PRC implodes, we will undo the damage so that the new countries born out of the carcass of Communist China have a fair chance at surviving in the new World Order. Water stress is measured at a populace having less than 1000 cubic meters of water per year for each citizen. In the north, the PRC has a little less than 200 for each citizen. In short, China is committing suicide.

Already, the Yangtze People's Republic is fighting mad at the South North Diversion Project which will ensure that the Yangtze River is periodically emptied dry for the sake of Beijing, which is stealing their water. Likewise, the Yellow River Federation is suffering from ecological contamination from the confluence of so many rivers into its tributary system. And the large cities in the Oriental Pearl are demanding better stewardship of their water for their own people and industries in the south.

Did I mention that the PRC is committing suicide?

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Posted in: Israeli strike kills 18 family members, stirring debate over targets See in context

Am I going to sit idly by and let the Israelis kill and maim thousands more Palestinians? I'm not. I'm going to provide a set method for ensuring that Israel no longer has the will to terrorize people in their homes and bombard schools and hospitals.

It is time for Muslims everywhere to provide the Palestinians an actual means to negotiate from a position of strength so as to meaningfully "threaten" to destroy large segments of Israeli cities if the Israelis fail to negotiate in good faith for a two-state solution.

Already, useless rockets are being smuggled into Gaza, which only serve as a pretext for Israeli incursions. Let's up the ante. No more rockets. Use the same means and methods of smuggling weapons into Gaza for the introduction of guided missiles to overwhelm Israel's supposed Iron Dome.

There are advanced Chinese and Russian guided missiles available for sale. It's time to start purchasing these instead of rockets that are little more than firecrackers and useless as bargaining chips.

Once the Palestinians can inflict a commensurate level of harm on Israel as Israel currently has on Palestine, you will see the concept of "Mutual Assured Destruction" come into play. Settlers will stop terrorizing the Palestinian populace and the Israeli government will stop initiating turkey shoots in Gaza.

Muslims everywhere, get it into your heads that you need to support the purchase and delivery of guided missiles to Gaza in order to ensure the protection of Palestinian lives and property. As long as Israelis feel safe from effective Palestinian retaliation, these fascists will continue with their "Final Solution" of the Palestinian problem.

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Posted in: As death toll rises, no end seen to Israeli offensive See in context

If the United States won't help the Palestinians survive another onslaught by the rapacious Israelis, the PRC needs to step up its game plan in the name of World Peace. China needs to deploy PLA peacekeepers (not Chinese UN peacekeepers) to stop the Israeli military from flying American helicopters into the Gaza Strip. China needs to declare a "no-fly zone" over Gaza, plain and simple. After that, watch the Arabs all across the Middle East, Northern Africa and the South China Sea flock to China's standard and away from the US-Japan alliance.

Be an honest broker of peace by stopping the Israelis from murdering innocent women and children in Palestine, and you will have taken a giant step in gaining "soft power" across the globe. In addition to a no-fly zone, the PLA peacekeepers should stop all American-built tanks and bulldozers from rampaging through Gaza, as well as blockade the border to keep Israeli ground troops out. As you may remember from these periodic incursions into Gaza, Israeli troops regard these forays as turkey shoots, with over a thousand Palestinian deaths in 2009 and only 13 Israelis killed, mostly through friendly fire, meaning the Israelis killed their own. In other words, the Palestinians are unarmed, unable to defend themselves against the invading Israelis; consequently, this is nothing short of murder.

This is how you enforce the peace and gain prestige. This is not a belligerent action by the PRC against the US, but it is filling a gap that the US is unable to fill because our senators and representatives are paid employees of Israel. This slaughter is not the will of the American people, and we are powerless to stop the carnage, which has already taken the lives of more than a hundred Palestinians, many of them innocent women and children. As such, this is the time and the place for the PRC to establish a meaningful presence as an equal superpower committed to World Peace...in the absence of US resolve for the same.

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Posted in: Abe aims for early pact on easing curbs on military See in context

Why is China focusing on Japan's little islands? Why bother?

Primorye, which is now in Russian hands, has always belonged to China. When the Qing dynasty was weak, Russia stole that peninsula by forcing China to sign the humiliating Treaty of Peking in the mid-1800's. Whether by war or coercion, this vast territory must be returned to China for the good of the Chinese people. One obvious benefit is that the port of Vladivostok will provide the PRC with the access it needs to the Pacific Ocean, without having to sail across the first island chain past Japan's batteries of SSM's.

In addition, much of Russia's Far East, rich in oil and gas and timber, also belongs to China. Don't you think it's time for China to take back these valuable assets for the sake of Chinese industry, instead of engaging in an expensive war with the US, Japan and ASEAN? War for what? For some rocks and reefs of dubious value in the open sea? Do you really want to be mired in the jungles of Vietnam or the Philippines when the US and Japan are providing those guerrillas with the most advanced weaponry and tactical aid possible? Don't make any mistake about it, endless guerrilla wars in these countries would sap China’s strength and will. In the end, all party leaders would be tried as war criminals and hanged.

Why are the Chinese so focused on these spurious maritime claims anyway, which they cannot hope to win, when a much bigger and far more legitimate prize awaits you on their land borders. Russia stole unimaginably vast territories known as "China's Northeast" and "China's Far West," all rich in natural resources. In addition, Russia is now in the process of exploiting those regions of oil and gas and selling those commodities back to China. Isn't that embarrassing, even humiliating? How do you suppose China feels about having to buy back their own oil and gas from those who stole their energy stocks in the first place?

With our blessing, the PLA can take back China's Northeast without any interference from the US, Japan and ASEAN. None of the European countries will side with Russia either. These lands are indisputably Chinese territory, and China's claims can be upheld in the International Court System. Why don’t they? Are Russians their friends and allies? Or are they taking advantage of the Chinese? Are they the ones who, fearing that China would want their northern and western territories back, turned China's attention to the South China Sea and the East China Sea, where they had little hope of gaining any headway and every chance of alienating the world? Has Russian propaganda turned China's largest customers and benefactors into cut-throat competitors and militaristic enemies, thus stopping China's Peaceful Rise? Is Russia really China's friend? Really?

You have only to tear off Russia's sheep clothing to see the wolf lurking underneath, tearing at China's soft underbelly.

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Posted in: China says Philippines stirring tensions after Aquino supports Japan See in context

Is it possible that there are traitors and subversives at Global Times? Then why this headline? NEW VERTICAL MAP SHOWS FULL EXTENT OF CHINA’S TERRITORY. Is Global Times actually admitting that there is no more to Chinese territory than what is shown on the map? Really? Is GT’s editorial board giving up all claims to the territories that Imperial Russia stole from Qing China?

Primorye, which is now in Russian hands, has always belonged to China. When the Qing dynasty was weak, Russia stole that peninsula by forcing China to sign the humiliating Treaty of Peking in the mid-1800's. Does GT so easily surrender what was once a third of China’s territory by printing this map? Whether by war or coercion, this vast territory must be returned to China for the good of the Chinese people. One obvious benefit is that the port of Vladivostok will provide the PRC with the access it needs to the Pacific Ocean, without having to sail across the first island chain past Japan's batteries of SSM's.

In addition, much of Russia's Far East, rich in oil and gas and timber, also belongs to China. Don't you think it's time for China to take back these valuable assets for the sake of Chinese industry, instead of engaging in an expensive war with the US, Japan and ASEAN? War for what? For some rocks and reefs of dubious value in the open sea? Do you really want to be mired in the jungles of Vietnam or the Philippines when the US and Japan are providing those guerrillas with the most advanced weaponry and tactical aid possible? Don't make any mistake about it, endless guerrilla wars in these countries would sap China’s strength and will. In the end, all party leaders would be tried as war criminals and hanged.

Why are you so focused on these spurious maritime claims anyway, which you cannot hope to win, when a much bigger and far more legitimate prize awaits you on your land borders. Russia stole unimaginably vast territories known as "China's Northeast" and "China's Far West," all rich in natural resources. In addition, Russia is now in the process of exploiting those regions of oil and gas and selling those commodities back to China. Isn't that embarrassing, even humiliating? How do you feel about having to buy back your own oil and gas from those who stole your energy stocks in the first place?

With our blessing, you can take back China's Northeast without any interference from the US, Japan and ASEAN. None of the European countries will side with Russia either. These lands are indisputably Chinese territory, and China's claims can be upheld in the International Court System. Why don’t your? Are Russians your friends and allies? Or are they taking advantage of you? Are they the ones who, fearing that you would want your northern and western territories back, turned your attention to the South China Sea and the East China Sea, where you had little hope of gaining any headway and every chance of alienating the world? Has Russian propaganda turned your largest customers and benefactors into cut-throat competitors and militaristic enemies, thus stopping China's Peaceful Rise? Is Russia really your friend? Really?

You have only to tear off Russia's sheep clothing to see the wolf lurking underneath, tearing at China's soft underbelly...here on GT.

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Posted in: South China Sea trade routes safe despite rows See in context

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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Posted in: China accuses Japan of dangerous flying in air zone See in context

Japan is acting strangely. Does it control the Senkakus with their undersea resources...or does it not?

If Japan is sure of its sovereignty over these islands, then Japan needs to act like the dominant and controlling force in this area, in fact, using the same techniques that China itself is using against the Philippines. What's that, you say?

Start digging for oil and start extracting natural gas from the Senkaku sea floor. If China responds by destroying the oil derricks, then China has engaged in war on Japan...and the United States is required to come to Japan's aid.

This is why Japan MUST keep the Philippines from blowing up the Chinese oil derricks, since they would then be starting a war with China and the US would not be obligated to come to the Philippines defense. The Chinese know this, and they are inciting the Filipinos to declare war on China by destroying the oil derricks in the Spratleys, thereby making it simply a bilateral war.

We want a war that engages the US against China, but we will not fight your wars for you. Get China to open hostilities, and then we will join with you in defeating the monstrous PRC>

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Posted in: Japan, N Korea to hold talks next week in Sweden See in context

Is China a construct of Japan? Think about how fishy that is. I said fish.

For 30 and more years, Japanese business development in China, with Japanese management and control, has created a China that Nixon and Kissinger never anticipated, much less dreamed of. After all, we didn't think that the Japanese would let their own economy stagnate for over two decades in order to build up China, especially not as a hand puppet for WWIII. As the thinking around the table went then: Let’s get the world to aim its nuclear arsenal at China during the next big war, not at Japan.

And so, Japan created and nurtures a new monster, the new and improved PRC out of the rot and riot of communism, to fight the current reigning monster over Japan's Co-Prosperity Sphere. Call this 70-year-old monster, Godzilla from the USA, with an unrelenting stranglehold on the empire. So, what else was Japan to do for next hundred years, if it was not permitted to grow within its own borders? That’s when, by hook and by crook, Japan bought the Chinese government, one corrupt official at a time.

I have more to tell you, especially how a certain country plans to turn the tables on Godzilla and win dominion over the US. Meanwhile, think how fishy that is. It's just believable enough to make a good movie, especially as tensions escalate and appear more often on American television screens? Would Americans support Japan's Security Guarantee after seeing such a movie? I have the screenplay. I'm ready to go fish.

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Posted in: Japan to establish military outposts on remote islands See in context

I repeat. That's provocative. This move by the Japanese simply escalates the situation. You're getting us into war by forward momentum. We won't have it.

I suggest that Japan simply return administration of the Senkakus to the US. In addition, the US should/will garrison US marines on the islands, thus stopping any consideration of an invasion by China, until sovereignty of these islands is adjudicated by an international body. At the very worst, if Japan is not accorded sovereignty, the Senkakus would be assigned to Taiwan, not the PRC.

If such a scenario evolved, Japan could conduct back-door negotiations with Taiwan to the effect that Japan would not contest the ruling, as long as both countries coordinate, develop and share the undersea energy resources without militarizing the islands themselves.

How can the PRC, which considers Taiwan one of its provinces (and which bases its claims to the Senkakus on Taiwan's claims) object to Taiwan having sovereignty? Even if Taiwan was eventually absorbed by the PRC, the guarantee of anti-militarization of the islands would still be in effect.

Let's not forget that Japan needs locally derived energy now. The Senkakus are the answer, but they cannot be developed until sovereignty is settled. Going head to head with China is a bull-headed approach; such backward nationalism ensures that the Senkakus will not be exploited for the benefit of Japan's economy for decades to come. Such a state of affairs leaves Japan weaker by needing to import oil and gas.

Take my word for it. Save face. Return administration of the Senkakus to the US with the proviso that sovereignty be adjudicated by international law. You may lose sovereignty, but you will gain international respect and access to all the oil and gas the Japanese economy needs to compete against China in once again becoming the second largest world economy.

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Posted in: Japan to establish military outposts on remote islands See in context

That's provocative. This move by the Japanese simply escalates the situation. You're getting us into war by forward momentum. We won't have it.

I suggest that Japan simply return administration of the Senkakus to the US. In addition, the US should/will garrison US marines on the islands, thus stopping any consideration of an invasion by China, until sovereignty of these islands is adjudicated by an international body. At the very worst, if Japan is not accorded sovereignty, the Senkakus would be assigned to Taiwan, not the PRC.

If such a scenario evolved, Japan could conduct back-door negotiations with Taiwan to the effect that Japan would not contest the ruling, as long as both countries coordinate, develop and share the undersea energy resources without militarizing the islands themselves.

How can the PRC, which considers Taiwan one of its provinces (and which bases its claims to the Senkakus on Taiwan's claims) object to Taiwan having sovereignty? Even if Taiwan was eventually absorbed by the PRC, the guarantee of anti-militarization of the islands would still be in effect.

Let's not forget that Japan needs locally derived energy now. The Senkakus are the answer, but they cannot be developed until sovereignty is settled. Going head to head with China is a bull-headed approach; such backward nationalism ensures that the Senkakus will not be exploited for the benefit of Japan's economy for decades to come. Such a state of affairs leaves Japan weaker by needing to import oil and gas.

Take my word for it. Save face. Return administration of the Senkakus to the US with the proviso that sovereignty be adjudicated by international law. You may lose sovereignty, but you will gain international respect and access to all the oil and gas the Japanese economy needs to compete against China in once again becoming the second largest world economy.

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Posted in: Obama says Senkaku islands covered by security treaty See in context

We come to the aid of our allies. We do not fight wars for them. Once China invades any part of Japan, including the Senkakus, then the US will engage, assuming that Japan has taken the bull by the horns and is trying to protect itself.

If Japan acquiesces to a Chinese invasion of the Senkakus without fighting back, then the US will assume that Japan has OK'ed the process...without requiring the US to act, since we hold no position on the sovereignty of the Senkakus.

We're with you, but we're not in front of you. If you fight, we will fight with you. But you better be defending the Senkakus, not aggressing against China.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. express concern at China-Vietnam maritime dispute See in context

We come to the aid of our allies. We do not fight wars for them. Once China invades any part of Japan, including the Senkakus, then the US will engage, assuming that Japan has taken the bull by the horns and is trying to protect itself.

If Japan acquiesces to a Chinese invasion of the Senkakus without fighting back, then the US will assume that Japan has OK'ed the process...without requiring the US to act, since we hold no position on the sovereignty of the Senkakus.

We're with you, but we're not in front of you. If you fight, we will fight with you.

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Posted in: U.S. sending 2 warships to Japan to counter N Korea; warns China See in context

China's next war will be massive...and it will leave the PRC in shambles.

It will not be with the Philippines, except as an adjunct, nor will it be with Vietnam or Japan, all three of which will take advantage of the opportunity to carve out their respective stakes and interests in the West Philippine Sea and in the East China Sea. This massive war, with millions of casualties, will be between two nuclear powers, which may not restrict themselves to conventional weapons.

But, it won't be a war with the US, which will manage to stay on the sidelines. China's next war is with India...over water. As China continues to waste and pollute its own rivers and lakes, it will criminally divert and dam up rivers that flow into India, and which the Indian people have relied upon for thousands of years. Because water-stress is already acute in China, the CCP has no choice but to find water for its populace wherever it can...even if it means stealing it from more than a billion people on the subcontinent.

Without a choice, because it literally means life or death for hundreds of thousands of Indians, New Delhi will demand redress of the situation while, as a fallback position, aligning their military and commercial interests with Japan, Vietnam, the Philippines, et. al. Of course, as intransigent as ever, Beijing will refuse to return the flow of those rivers to India. After all, China has acquired an unquenchable need for fresh water for its cities, its agriculture and its factories.

When China refuses to back down, blustering in the same empty fashion as it has been doing for the last twelve years, India will initiate the war by bombing the dams, canals and pipelines on the Tibetan plateau. Tibetans will join the war, seeing an opportunity for independence. This will occur almost simultaneously with another war front in East Turkmenistan, as the Uyghurs also see a chance for independence. By then, Uyghurs all across China will step up a plague of terrorist activities, with the Mongols and Huis and Manchurians making their presence known.

When the Taiwanese Liberation Movement sees its chance to be rid of the PRC's parasitic influence, they will follow Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines into this regional war for a chance at the spoils. Hong Kong and Macau will provide the Allies with whatever support they can to rid themselves of the cockroach CCP, including landing platforms for invasion. Throughout, the US will be monitoring China for any expression of a nuclear response. Should one appear, the US will destroy those missiles in their silos. We have the technology, and we won't let the world be poisoned in nuclear waste by Chinese one-upmanship for the sake of misplaced pride.

When the war is done, there will no longer be a PRC. By then, there will be a free Tibet, a free East Turkmenistan, a free Manchuria, a united Mongolia, an independent Macau, an independent Hong Kong and an independent Taiwan. The Han Chinese, who colonized Tibet, Inner Mongolia, Manchuria and East Turkmenistan will be resettled into the three new countries carved out of the original China before the PRC. These Han countries are the Yellow River Federation, the Yangtze People's Republic and the Oriental Pearl.

And then, when all is said and done, including a war crimes trial for the PLA generals and the CCP leaders, we'll finally have peace in Asia.

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Posted in: Japan expresses concern over Russia's Ukraine move See in context

Japan shouldn't worry. It's all part of the plan. Putin secured a Pyrrhic victory in Ukraine, nothing more. Why is it Pyrrhic? Because he set a bad precedent for Russia in its future relations with China. As a result, Russia is doomed.

Doesn't Putin realize that the way he protected Russian expatriates in Ukraine is the same excuse that China can use for protecting its Chinese expatriate population in Russia's Far East.

This is how China regains its past glory from its past humiliation. This is how China can regain the Primorye peninsula by claiming that Chinese citizens are being harassed, detained, maltreated, etc. etc. by the local Russian population in the former Qing territories of Russia's Far East.

Now think of this: With the precedent that Russia just set, China has the moral authority to intervene on Russian territory in order to establish “facts on the ground” with respect to Chinese property and the autonomy of the Chinese population.

For those of you with eyes to see, see how well positioned China has made itself by simply agreeing with Russia that it had the moral imperative to protect Russian citizens on foreign soil. This is just too laughable...that a gladiator would remove his chest armor, just as his enemy is striking a sword at his heart.

We never expected Putin to make such a horrible mistake at this early date. We need more time to align our forces in properly containing China. By now, Russia is on the verge of being beggared, which is what happens when a counjtry is stripped of an economy which provides the Russian Federation with 8 trillion dollars of its GDP.

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