Wulfe N. Straat comments

Posted in: Japan's embrace of Russia under threat with Ukraine crisis See in context

Art of War: Make your enemy believe he is not your enemy but your friend, as you pursue warlike activities against a supposed enemy of little real value until you can conquer your real enemy...or something to that effect. In fact, Russia stands to lose a lot more than just a client state, like the Ukraine, if it doesn't align itself with Japanese and American interests.

We know that China intends to invade Primorye within the next few years. We also know that part of their strategy is to have North Korea stage an invasion of the south, fully backed by Chinese soldiers, so that American forces will be caught in a holding action on the Korean peninsula. Unable to assist the Russians in holding back the Chinese hordes from invading Primorye and seizing Vladivostok, the Russians will lose access to the Pacific, as well as a treasure of natural resources.

China has a masterplan to tie down American forces in the Korean peninsula while it invades Primorye. The US has a counterplan with our allies in the South China Sea, where we hold a knife at the soft underbelly of the PLA. Once its forces are marshalled along the Chinese/Primorye border, Tibet is open to allied invasion and independence with East Turkmenistan soon following and rampant terrorism in Manchuria and Inner Mongolia soon following. So, of course China decries our military operations in the Philippines and elsewhere, because we will force them to lose their colonies in the west and north, if they invade Russia.

At the moment, the Chinese have almost achieved their objective of having the means to seize much of the Russian Far East within the next two years and hold it indefinitely, perhaps into the next century...if the US does not intervene. The threat of nuclear war once made this a fanciful proposition in terms of intentions, but the PLA capability to accomplish this manageable “force projection” is set to follow the next Russian debacle or collapse on the international stage.

China is playing at deceit, especially since it still requires Russian technology and military hardware that they’re incapable of producing for themselves, at present. As such, the Senkakus are simply a red herring played out as a pubic-relations diversion for what China actually intends, which is recovering the lost treasure of the Qing Dynasty. While seemingly preparing for war with Japan, they are arming themselves for the reacquisition of the Primorye peninsula.

China does not forget its humiliations nor turn its back on its lost treasures. China regards the many humiliations imposed on the Chinese during the Qing dynasty (with their concomitant losses of territory to Russia, in particular) as being the paramount insult-- not the loss of some uninhabited islands of dubious commercial value. Regardless of their claim to securing safe portage in the East China Sea, China knows that it will be best served by an established presence at Vladivostok to ensure access to the Pacific for its navy and safer portage for its trade than the shallow waters of the First Island Chain.

Consequently, the Chinese are using the Senkakus to “hide their strength and bide their time” until Russia falters. Russia, meanwhile, sells China all the oil, natural gas and timber that China needs to grow even stronger and more determined, until Russia once again falters. At that moment, the troop trains will be filled with the Yellow Peril and turned towards Primorye. The Russians are a mere 7 million across the border, with most of those being civilians. The Chinese on the other side of the border are numbered in the hundreds of millions.

It is no contest...because China will win, if the US does not intervene.

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Posted in: Japan concerned about lack of transparency in China's defense policy See in context

Are the Senkakus really China's prime objective? Really? Or are they simply a "shill" to disorient the buffoon who has simply been watching without being aware that he is the victim.

Think before you write. I've already informed you of the Non-Aggression Pact between Stalin and Hitler. Did that stop them from warring with each other, regardless of their temporary mutual interest, the same that exists between China and Russia today? However, that's today.

China still wants Primorye for the same reason that it wants the Senkakus. It also believes that the peninsula was stolen from China when the Qing were weak, same as the Senkakus. The Senkakus is worth zilch and Primorye is worth $8 trillion a year. Which would you rather?

Yeah, Russia needs to prepare for a territorial transition and the loss of its Pacific holdings in the Russian Far East. Or...Russia can side with Japan in containing China, which is already taking place behind the headlines, same as when Stalin, despite his pact with Hitler, cozied up to Churchill and FDR.

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Posted in: Kerry to take harder U.S. line on Asia maritime disputes to China See in context

It's about time the US tells China to back off! If Obama can't do it, then let Hillary Clinton take over. She laughed in their faces when they said that Hawaii also belonged to China. "If you're man enough, you're welcome to try," she said...and she meant it.

Vote for President Hillary Clinton.

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Posted in: Putin to visit Japan in fall with eye on peace treaty See in context

Russia stands to lose a lot more than just some rocks in the ocean, if it doesn't make peace with Japan.

We know that China intends to invade Primorye within the next few years. We also know that part of their strategy is to have North Korea stage an invasion of the south, fully backed by Chinese soldiers, so that American forces will be caught in a holding action on the Korean peninsula. Unable to assist the Russians in holding back the Chinese hordes from invading Primorye and seizing Vladivostok, the Russians will lose access to the Pacific, as well as a treasure of natural resources.

China has a masterplan to tie down American forces in the Korean peninsula while it invades Primorye. The US has a counterplan with our allies in the South China Sea, where we hold a knife at the soft underbelly of the PLA. Once its forces are marshalled along the Chinese/Primorye border, Tibet is open to allied invasion and independence with East Turkmenistan soon following and rampant terrorism in Manchuria and Inner Mongolia soon following. So, of course China decries our military operations in the Philippines and elsewhere, because we will force them to lose their colonies in the west and north, if they invade Russia.

At the moment, the Chinese have almost achieved their objective of having the means to seize much of the Russian Far East within the next two years and hold it indefinitely, perhaps into the next century...if the US does not intervene. The threat of nuclear war once made this a fanciful proposition in terms of intentions, but the PLA capability to accomplish this manageable “force projection” is set to follow the next Russian debacle or collapse on the international stage.

China is playing at deceit, especially since it still requires Russian technology and military hardware that they’re incapable of producing for themselves, at present. As such, the Senkakus are simply a red herring played out as a pubic-relations diversion for what China actually intends, which is recovering the lost treasure of the Qing Dynasty. While seemingly preparing for war with Japan, they are arming themselves for the reacquisition of the Primorye peninsula.

China does not forget its humiliations nor turn its back on its lost treasures. China regards the many humiliations imposed on the Chinese during the Qing dynasty (with their concomitant losses of territory to Russia, in particular) as being the paramount insult-- not the loss of some uninhabited islands of dubious commercial value. Regardless of their claim to securing safe portage in the East China Sea, China knows that it will be best served by an established presence at Vladivostok to ensure access to the Pacific for its navy and safer portage for its trade than the shallow waters of the First Island Chain.

Consequently, the Chinese are using the Senkakus to “hide their strength and bide their time” until Russia falters. Russia, meanwhile, sells China all the oil, natural gas and timber that China needs to grow even stronger and more determined, until Russia once again falters. At that moment, the troop trains will be filled with the Yellow Peril and turned towards Primorye. The Russians are a mere 7 million across the border, with most of those being civilians. The Chinese on the other side of the border are numbered in the hundreds of millions.

It is no contest...if the US does not intervene.

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Posted in: China sends fighters to ID flights by U.S. and Japan See in context

As an American, I would be proud to be on any Japanese flight across the ADIZ, especially any flight that Japan believes might be shot down or forced down. Pay my way; I'll be there.

As an American on such a flight, I expect China to exercise extreme restraint. My death or incarceration should prove sufficient inducement to the US to intervene with more missiles than words.

Let me know when you wish me to participate in proving China is a Paper Tiger.

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Posted in: Japan warns of unpredictable events over China's new air zone See in context

The US did not give in to Hitler whose Germany at the time was far more powerful in relation to American power than China is to the US at this time. China is behaving like Nazi Germany. Now is the time to SMACK down this powder puff. Japan doesn't even need America's help. China is a cowardly nation, always swaggering, always ready to break down and cry when it is rebuffed. Japan is strong. Japan is meant to democratize the Southeast Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, not allow it to fall to the Chinese GODZILLA!!! It is Japan that will be the benevolent overseer of an expanding prosperity sphere throughout Southeast Asia. America is with you. Do what you must. Ensure the future belongs to the ones who are true and just.

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Posted in: Japan receives int'l support over China air zone See in context

The US Air Force has two B-52's in the so-called ADIZ right at this minute, waiting for a surface to air missile so that we can retaliate. But there's nothing. The Chinese are simply hot air.

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Posted in: Japan warns of unpredictable events over China's new air zone See in context

"He made it clear that the United States, which stations more than 70,000 troops in Japan and South Korea, would not respect China’s declaration of control over the zone."

China has backed itself into a corner. How stupid. When the Japanese and the Americans continue as they have ever before, without identifying themselves to the PLA, the idiots have no choice but to back down and show what cowards they are...or else shoot us down, in which case we will have been sufficiently provoked to retaliate with force.

If that means war, the Chinese brought it on.

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Posted in: China says it is ready to talk if Japan admits isles are disputed See in context

The only talk Japan should have with China over the Senkakus needs to be at the end of a gun. After the Senkakus, the PRC will demand Okinawa. After that, one of the principal islands of Japan. And then, of course, more and more.

It's time that Japan started thinking about recovering Manchuria and North Korea. These are parts of Japan.

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Posted in: Japan on high alert for disputed islands anniversary See in context

Wars kill people, lots and lots of people. The course that China has set for establishing its sovereignty over the Senkakus is fraught with danger for China and the world.

China could best have served its purpose by having ONE Chinese soldier invade the Senkakus and establish the PRC's flag on the soil. When the Japanese Self-Defense Force would arrive to remove that soldier, that soldier would hold a gun to his head and kill himself rather than give up sovereignty to the Japanese. Later, another Chinese soldier would occupy the islands and place a flag on the island. When the Japanese would arrive, he would hold a gun to his head. If anyone made a move to remove the flag, he would shoot himself in the head. When the Chinese then put another soldier on one of the islands with another PRC flag, the world would be watching, just as we watch the Tibetans who immolate themselves. If the Japanese approach the Chinese soldier or attempt to remove the flag, he shoots himself. The world doesn't want to see that. What more can be said for establishing sovereignty than a continual war that only suffers a dozen casualties, all of them KAMIKAZE

Di

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Posted in: 7 Chinese coast guard ships sail into disputed waters See in context

Wars kill people, lots and lots of people. The course that China has set for establishing its sovereignty is fraught with danger for the world.

China could best have served its purpose by having ONE Chinese soldier invade the Senkakus and establish the PRC's flag on the soil.

When the Japanese Self-Defense Force would arrive to remove that soldier, that soldier would hold a gun to his head and kill himself.

Later, another Chinese soldier would occupy the islands and place a flag on the island, and there are many of them in the Senkakus. When the Japanese would arrive, he would hold a gun to his head. If anyone made a move to remove the flag, he would shoot himself in the head.

When the Chinese then put another soldier on one of the islands with another PRC flag, the world would be watching, just as we watch the Tibetans who immolate themselves. If the Japanese approach the Chinese soldier, he shoots himself. The world doesn't want to see that.

What more can be said for establishing sovereignty than a continual war that only suffers a dozen casualties, all of them KAMIKAZE

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