Experts: US Congressional Move on Diaoyu Islands Harmful

This is only the beginning of the end of the Empire that is ruled indirectly by Israel. 

Chinese international relations experts have warned against the latest U.S. congressional move concerning China?s Diaoyu Islands, saying it is detrimental to regional peace and stability.

The comments came after the U.S. Senate voted days ago to authorize the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty to cover the Diaoyu Islands issue.

Wei Tong has the details.

On Thursday, the U.S. Senate unanimously approved an amendment to the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act.

The document clearly stated that the Diaoyu islands issue was covered by the fifth article of the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty.

The bill added that while the U.S. ?takes no position? on the ultimate sovereignty of the Diaoyu Islands, it acknowledges Japan?s administration over the islands.

The Senate move came amid a simmering territorial dispute between China and Japan over the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea.

Gao Hong, a researcher of Japanese studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, explains the reasons behind Washington?s move to clarify its previously rather obscure stance on the dispute.

?Japan has long been lobbying U.S. politicians, trying to persuade Washington to take sides in the dispute over the Diaoyu Islands. Meanwhile, the U.S. and Japan see the rapid development of China as a growing threat. As a result, the U.S. has chosen to clearly support Japan in countering China.?

Gao warns that the U.S. move may encourage Japanese hardliners to take dangerous steps, threatening a peaceful resolution of the Diaoyu Islands dispute.

?With a clear demonstration of support from the U.S., Japan?s hardliners will strengthen their claims over the Diaoyu Islands. It is detrimental to regional stability that the U.S. take sides and blatantly back Japan in its territorial disputes with China.?

However, Gao added that the stance by U.S. politicians on the Diaoyu Islands issue was still fluctuating.

He said observers also need to see whether and how Washington and Tokyo would translate what they stated in the documents into real action to counter China over the Diaoyu Islands issue.

For CRI, I?m Wei Tong.

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Hi Folks,

This is a sign of the times. The status quo on the world stage is changing.

There is a saying, ?You can fool some of the people all the time, all of the people some of the time, but not all of the people all the time?.

The US cannot fool the rest of the world any longer with rhetoric and fear mongering.

China has ?won? many countries over the years in tangent with its economic expansion.

While Japan had been building factories all over the world in its heyday and the US in establishing military bases and business centres, China has been helping the poorer countries (esp. in Africa) in building infrastructures, establishing supply chains and paving the way to self-sufficiency for such countries.

So which of the three is more benevolent and less threatening to world peace? Does this not remind us of the age-old dynastic tributary system at work, where winning the heart is more important to the Middle Kingdom than armed conflict or colonisation?

El.

The world is changing.

First Hun Sen said no to turning Asean into a US led organisation.

By implication, since US is controlled by the Israel, it means no to Israel as well.

Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia (imagine our country that claims to free from US influence) and Singapore tried to push for it.

We see a waning of US influence.

This is only the beginning of the end of the Empire that is ruled indirectly by Israel.

This is a revolt by any other name.

It is a good opportunity for China to now step in and show what justice it can dispense.

What now?

WW III?

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Palestine Overwhelmingly Wins Recognition Status Vote 

November 30, 2012, http://emsnews.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/palestine-overwhelmingly-wins-recognition-status-vote/#more-15992

Tonight, history was made at the UN.

Virtually all of our NATO allies sustained from voting against the Palestinians.

All of our major Asian ?allies? did the same.

All other nations except a very tiny handful, all of whom are protectorates of the US military machine, voted for Palestine.

All of Africa, all of the Middle East, all of South and Central America voted for Palestinian recognition.

The rage of the US Zionists is hideous to behold.

VIDEO: U.N. General Assembly Votes to Recognize the State of Palestine ? YouTube

This is a total, complete disaster for US ?diplomacy?.

The US wasted precious diplomatic capital trying to coerce as many nations as possible to treat the Palestinians as stateless people.

This disgusting diplomacy failed.

The US has pushed very hard for Tibet, for example, to leave China.

But doesn?t lift a finger for the victims of Zionist imperialism.

So, just before the UN vote, a grinning Cheshire Chinese cat stood next to a secure looking Palestinian diplomat:

The US is on the wrong side of sanity here.

Look at Ms. Rice face as she sees her odious efforts collapse like a house of cards:

Rep. Ros-Lehtinen to call for cutting UN, Palestinian funds over statehood vote ? The Hill?s Global Affairs: the Florida right wing Republican wants us to exit the UN.

Of course, the UN will then exit the US.

Where will it go?

Europe?

China?

That would be funny as all hell.  Here is the insane talk of this US Representative from Florida:

?It?s crystal clear that Abu Mazen and his cronies are not partners for peace and do not value their relationship with the U.S.,? Ros-Lehtinen says in a prepared statement. ?The U.S must stand with our ally Israel and offer no U.S. taxpayer dollars and no political support for the PLO. As other UN bodies will no doubt use General Assembly resolution as an excuse to grant membership to a non-existent Palestinian state, U.S. law is clear: UN agencies that grant membership to a Palestinian state lose their U.S. funding.?

What relationship with the US does any Palestinian have?

I would suggest, virtually none.

The US gives some money to the PA only if they promise to use it to suppress their own people.

Now, they have international recognition and don?t need any money from the US anymore.

They have CHINA.

Eat that, Zionists!

The world?s #1 creditor nation with the greatest accumulation of foreign FOREX holdings on earth, that?s who.

The US hands out IOUs to everyone in the form of ?dollars?.

But China holds the purse strings.

Israel still rules the US and controls our Congress, both parties.

Note the hooded eyes as this man glares at the entire world.  Virtually the only nations to follow the US off the cliff here were tiny oceanic states and one rump former communist nation in Europe, the Checks.

Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.), the chairman of the Foreign Affairs panel?s Human Rights subcommittee, called for immediate repercussions.

?There needs to be a serious penalty imposed on a United Nations that has shown such anti-semitism and a disproportionate amount of attacks toward Israel itself,? Smith told The Hill.

So, now virtually the entire planet outside of a few tiny Pacific island with virtually no Jews living there, are ?anti-semites??  HAHAHA.

Pulling this con game on everyone all the time over everything has begun to backfire badly.

There are anti-semites and quite a few of them are European Jews who took over Palestine, a population of Semites of great antiquity.

The Jews further showed anti-semitic racism by falsely claiming the people who lived in many houses there were ?nomads.?

This disgusts me.

Many Palestinian families can point out their former homes.

The US ambassador lives in one such dwelling, for example.

The US government lets the Jews in Israel lie about nearly everything and sides with them all the time without reservation or batting an eye even when they say or do horrible things.

One thing is most certain: the timing of the Netanyahu invasion on the heels of his buddy, Romney, being rejected by US voters, triggered this UN vote.

Instead of making Israel more powerful, this invasion attempt has been a failure and I find it rather funny because it is a classic David and Goliath moment with the stone throwing children of the West Bank an army of Davids.

The Bible is a rich document full of fun stuff.

One thing that comes in clearly is how the establishment of a Jewish state always leads to disaster.

The Roman occupation was one of the worst disasters.

They so irritated the Romans who allowed all sorts of things to go on, was so immense, the Romans decided to eradicate everything there.

The Jews correctly say, this was a terrible thing and shouldn?t have happened.

Only, they are doing what the Romans did!

They are the Romans!

And the Palestinians, many of whom are genetically actually ?Jews? of the old sort, they are the ?Jews? 2000 years ago.

The hands of history?s clock comes full circle.

And now, finally, the clock is ticking.

Will the Jews heed the direction of time and figure out how to save themselves?

I seriously doubt it.

They seem to be doubling down on the most dubious course of action possible: total Naziism.

And that is the saddest part of the story.

Comments:

The nine countries are: Israel (of course) USA, (of course), Canada (of course), Czech Republic, Panama, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau (the last ones hard to find even on a map).

Australia was prepared to play her leap-dog act (in gratitude for her promotion to the Security Council) and vote no, but a revolt of the Cabinet forced the amazon PM (who started to fancy herself in the same league as Hillary and Susan Rice) to ?backflip? (to abstain ? they lacked the balls to say no) to avoid a complete international shame.

Yes, Australia had a cabinet revolt AS DID ENGLAND. The Zionists thought Murdoch-controlled London would do his bidding but the Conservatives got cold feet at the last minute.

Even Germany abstained its vote. The right wing Jewish push to intimidate anyone commenting online about the Middle East, if they supported Palestine, has badly backfired.

Over the years, I have sparred with these guys. They are extremely rude, crude and vicious and twist arms of various news and websites to ban anyone who can counter their attacks.

So they had this one-sided fight which they lost. Many years ago (I have been on the internet ever since NASA began using it) they ruled the roost.

But now, anyone reading comments anywhere except in a very few places can see the overwhelming majority of comments now are anti-Zionist. The Zionists refuse to see how they created this, themselves.

Being insulting and nasty for years and years, they made many enemies online.

This vote is just one more manifestation of what happens to ruling elites when given power: a synergy develops when supreme arrogance and total incompetence is combined. Their War on Terror has been a disaster for them in so many ways. Examples: Iraqi oil is NOT in the secure hands of American/UK oil interests. No pipelines either. The Chinese are increasing their purchases of ME oil. The UN symbolizes much of what has gone wrong with so-called US ?diplomacy?. More and more nations are not only realizing that the US is a corrupt, bankrupt, Paper Tiger, but they are emboldened to act on this belief more openly than before. And this will continue. I have to admit to being curious though about the likes of Hillary Clinton. Does she really think she has ANY credibility left with anyone? I predict the downward slope the US is on will accelerate. How will the propagandists spin it will be interesting though.

Eddie Tang, 

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