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Post time 2015-10-27 23:26:00 |Display all floors
1. Declare Zone

2. Confirm what foreign vehicles breaching the zones in 1. can expect

3. ENFORCE


That should send them USanians home pretty pronto!

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Post time 2015-10-28 02:01:56 |Display all floors
This post was edited by cestmoi at 2015-10-28 02:03

Definitely not!

Remember President Obama's "drawing the line" warning, it was ignored and ignored again. The USAnians didn't leave themselves any flexibility, situations and circumstances change quickly.

Drawing the line, no-fly zone, no-go zone... etc do not work unless the enemy is totally defeated already, as in the case of Irak.

Many Americans advocate going to war with China and kill Chinese. When I was in NC, I've heard USAnians openly suggesting killing all Chinese and willing to sacrifice a million USAnians but that is redneck USAnian talk to put racist pressure on ethnic Chinese.

China should continue building up the islands as a  defence bulwark to secure its maritime trade routes and assert its historic sovereignty. Use the USAnian Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean as an example, good for USAnians, good for Chinese.

Look up Diego Garcia, find out about what the USAnians did to the natives.

For now, cool it, let us see what their next move is. Force these USAnians to fire the first shot, but remember, the Aegis System is a turn-key system that launches very quickly.
Let the dice fly high

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Post time 2015-10-28 02:22:35 |Display all floors
The USAnians have moved this into the military space.

Any military situation is fluid and fast moving, just be flexible and adapt, play to your strength.

China, what is your military strength?
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Post time 2015-10-28 10:49:33 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-10-28 10:53

THIS IS ABOUT AS CLOSE AS IT GETS, BEFORE THE REAL THING HAPPENS.

THAT'S THE WAY, UHUH-UHUH SOME LIKE IT, UHUH-UHUH . . .

AND THAT'S THE WAY, UHUH-UHUH IT WILL HAPPEN, UHUH-UHUH . . . WE ARE AT THE BRINK NOT OF THE WAR THAT WILL END ALL WARS, BUT OF THE WAR THAT WILL END ALL WORLDS.

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Post time 2015-10-28 10:52:48 |Display all floors
CHINA'S LEADERS LIKE TO SHOW OFF THEY HAVE ABSORBED THE ACME OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, AND REPEATEDLY PROPOSED HOW THE OLD AND THE NEW SUPERPOWERS COULD AVOID THE SO-CALLED "THUCYDIDES TRAP".

FOLKS, 99.999% OF ALL CHINESE DO NOT KNOW THUCYDIDES, OR HIS TRAP, AND 99.999% OF AMERICANS ALSO DO NOT KNOW WHO THAT SON OF A GUN IS.

THIS IS WHY FOR ALL THEIR APPARENT ERUDITION, CHINA'S LEADERS LACK THE COMMON SENSE TO KNOW THAT WHAT THEY WISH TO AVERT IS IN FACT INEVITABLE.

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Post time 2015-10-29 00:18:19 |Display all floors
cestmoi Post time: 2015-10-28 02:01
Definitely not!

Remember President Obama's "drawing the line" warning, it was ignored and ignored a ...

What say you if I suggest that China retaliates with upping the ante at the currency war table?

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Post time 2015-10-29 16:18:41 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2015-10-29 16:21
die_begierde Post time: 2015-10-29 00:18
What say you if I suggest that China retaliates with upping the ante at the currency war table?

ALL MODERN WARS ARE DISGUISED CURRENCY WARS

"Currency War" has been conceived as war using currency as a weapon.  But we have to disagree with this definition, because the object of major wars, since history began, were wars to establish ownership of the currency in other territories, currencies which used to be denominated in gold, silver and their equivalents of precious stones, but now, currencies which have the same ability to satisfy demand, based on the rule of force, called "Fiat reserve currencies".

Fiat currencies allow a country or a person to accumulate far greater purchasing power than the existing worldwide supply of gold, silver, other precious metals and stones, can embody.  The wars that they generate, therefore, become orders of magnitude greater in intensity, scope and duration than previous wars waged to loot the gold and silver of other nations.

The "right of passage" through the maritime heartland of the East Asian countries that promise to generate more than half of the world's GDP in a few years, is about the right also to deny passage of other countries through these maritime routes, and thus, by showing one's power to deny passage, communicate the threat to those who refuse to accept one's fiat currency as payment for their goods and services, of mass starvation and cannibalizing siege.

So, this is after all, a Currency War, disguised as a dispute over passage and land ownership.  What is at stake is which country will be able to dictate to the East Asian nations that they should accept its fiat currency as payment for its imports from them.  You see, it not about the $15 Trillion Dollars of trade that goes through this region annually.  It is about the Y90 Trillion Yuans of trade, alternatively, that goes through this region.  And the problem is not whether such trade can continue, but rather, with which currency it shall be paid.

As to the use of currency as an instrument of war, all it takes is an ounce of political will, and China can make Japan kneel instantly by letting the Yuan devalue naturally to 7.00 yuans/dollar, or even to 8.00 yuans/dollar.  But China needs to first have that political will to do what is necessary.  Right now, it does not exist.  Instead, the will to surrender to Japan underlies much of what passes as "Consumer Driven Economy" made possible only by the overvaluation of the Chinese Renminbi, powered by the losses of hundreds of billions of dollars from China's foreign currency reserve.

The world is about to be plunged into darkness, sooner than anybody thought.







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