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China's Intrusion to Philippine Sovereignty brings WAR Online!!!

Updated on May 6, 2012

I am following the lessons of THREE MONKEYS (See, Hear, Speak no Evil!) for weeks now regarding the disputed territories being claimed by China on the controversial shoals and islets inside the 200 nautical mile-territorial waters of my country, Philippines at the West Philippine Sea, just adjoining the waters of South China Sea.

Chinese war ships always conduct a reconnaissance patrol at the controversial areas for the past years, even before the 9/11 attack in the US homeland. Only during the present administration of President Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III, that this bickering put the two nations at the international spotlight.

The escalating demand of mainland China to drive away Filipino warships and residents to the disputed islands alarmed my silence.

For the past weeks, I've been sent with links or shared information from social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) regarding the issue.

It disturbed my silence and I decided to join the wagon of peace-loving Filipinos to bare all the facts that strongly oppose the claim of Chinese government of those pieces of soils (in the form of shoals and islets) that are still part of Philippines' territory.

What the Chinese did to the government websites of the Philippines (Chinese hackers almost destroyed it), retaliated on them as Filipino hackers compromised their government sites to the hilt.

They've been posting nasty remarks on Philippine governance through their own language sites, but hackers were able to translate them and discovered their plans regarding the issue.

Political bickering is not new to us, islanders, least with Chinese government.

They've been claiming those islands (Spratly, Kalayaan to be specific) for ages. At first, they claimed that it's only a resting hub for Chinese fishermen but as the water clears, members of Philippine Marine Corps were able to document and photographed those structures that they have built.

Our chief executive, President Aquino, is not afraid of the turmoil that is going in there, since, he believes that the UN (United Nations Organization) intrusion on the issue, especially the Security Council is very much needed (as of this writing, May 2, 2012).

Note: Other countries, such as: Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia are also claiming ownership on the disputed islets/shoals.

Asian Neighbors Wary of Chinese Regime as Maritime Clashes Worsen c/o NTD

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Opinions Online by Filipinos regarding the Issue on Spratlys, et al

I've written my sentiments here, yet, it's not enough to convince readers that the Philippines is now in 'hot water' against the tyranny of China.

Here's what I've collated from the grapevine, offensive or not; this must be read and heard. It's not only Filipinos that are sharing their sentiments, even neighboring countries are also at keen with this issue.

  1. The peoples Liberation of China is the Largest Military Air force in the World with over 6,000 Military War Planes and 600,000 Active Military Personnel its inventory MiG-21,MiG-19, SU-27 Flanker and newly developed J-10 Strike Fighter .... our government should do the right way and diplomatic action NOT call of ARMS... stupidity things, were just a piece of chicken compare to their advance and numerous Military Equipments.... God Bless Philippines.... (Hondacbr Bermeo)
  2. Sabi ng Russian si Leo Tolstoi- WHEN THERE IS WAR , PREPARE FOR PEACE, & WHEN THERE IS PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR. Sa inyong pananaw saan nalalagay ang 'Pinas sa quotation na yan? (James Morales)
  3. I BEG TO DISAGREE. IT DOESN'T MEAN IF CHINA IS WEALTHY THEN WE HAVE TO GIVE WAY THROUGH. WHERE'S THE DIPLOMATIC SOVEREIGNTY OF THE PHILIPPINE PEOPLE? KAYA NGA AS PHILIPPINES DECLARED AS DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY, EQUIP WITH EVERYTHING. AS FREEDOM AS TO SAY "WE CAN STAND OWN OUR OWN AS TO DEFEND AND PROTECT OUR TERRITORY". GIVEN, MANY CHINESE INVEST HERE IN PHILIPPINES AND STILL STOOD AN UNBREAKABLE LINE OF EMPLOYED FILIPINOS. DO WE KNOW? AT THE END OF THE DAY, STILL THEIR BUSINESS SURVIVES BECAUSE OF ITS OPERATION EMPLOYEES WHICH ARE FILIPINO IN GREAT NUMBER. LETS PUT IT THIS WAY, FOR INSTANCE, FILIPINOS WILL STOP WORKING WITH CHINESE AND STOP PATRONIZING THEIR MARKET. THINK, BELIEVE AND STAND!!! (Ken Campos)
  4. What?made in china?i tell you boy China is good in imitating products. They're good at it,even milk for baby's are fake! toy's made from china were high in lead content meaning they're poisoning kids all around the world! THAT'S WHAT YOU CALL GREEDY! (Peter Dedil Lequin)
  5. Some of chinese fishersmen invaded our sea (south korea) and killed a couple of maritime police with hammers and this happen became the controversial issue in korea and chinese embassy just made excuses for this happen and i feel so much sorry for our maritime police men and chinese are trying to distort alot of history same as Japan. (Tommy Jung)

Most of the comments were written in Filipino, as more and more Filipino media users are keeping in touch on this 'very hot, blazing issue' to date.

To view more of the readers' posts, you can follow this link.

There's a saying that: "The TRUTH, shall set you FREE."

If this is true, let's hope that the government of China will truly adhere to the rules of sovereignty that my country, Philippines, should enjoy regarding the claims on the disputed islands.

Note: I should be thankful for the Filipino-Chinese who are making the economy of this country in a stable condition.

But we should never forget that illegal activities also sprung from China, including prohibited drug transactions (like the Hongkong Triad, drug mules or couriers), knock off products (lethal milk and toys) and a lot more.

The disputed areas abound in natural resources and even natural gas deposits.

Ordinary people should appeal to silence this issue and both governments should cling to a more hot, prevailing issues on people's welfare (jobs, food, health/nutrition, security, shelter. etc.).

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    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @AFO: Are you a Filipino? If in the truest sense you are, you don't have to cite other instances that most of us are clamoring during our past times.

      This present administration of P-noy is all eyes on that subject.

      So, you don't have to doubt their dedication regarding the issue of Spratly, et al.

      Instead, would you kindly help us recommend positive ways that can drive away those Chinese warships and fishermen around the disputed area?

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      AFO 

      6 years ago

      Filipinos don't care about this cause they are very busy for Corona, ABS-CBN Telenobela, Jessica Sanchez, pacquiao. For me it's good that this country will be invaded by the Chinese so we the Filipinos will learn a lesson and stop corruption. Military will not improve cause everybody are corrupt from the lower rank private to general. Let our corrupt politicians be the first front liners.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @allaboutfights: Thanks for taking time reading this hub.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @SilentReed: This has been an issue for quite sometime but ordinary citizen were just left guessing as to where the taxes go, especially in military 'vintage' equipment.

      Quite an anomaly, huh?!

      But in times like this, the government should do something, aside from diplomatic protest, in order to shoo away Chinese warships and fishermen from the Philippine territorial waters.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @pramodgokhale: This is good news to us, my Indian friend.

      I'm sure Filipinos will not surrender if sovereignty of our country is at stake.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @Angelme566: I think, the 'I won't mention it, phrase mean something that was just revealed by South Korean authorities through pills containing human flesh.

      The boxes of the smuggled drugs were sex enhancer but also contain superbug than is harmful to human consumption, including flesh bits from fetuses.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @gmwilliams: I agree, Sir. The issue is hitting up the media and creating a new trend regarding territorial responsibility.

    • SilentReed profile image

      SilentReed 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Realpolitik is base on power rather than moral or ethical consideration. Weaker States will always be at the mercy of stronger and more powerful countries. As one Philippine rear admiral once candidly replied to a reporter's question;as to what would be the response of the country's navy to Chinese intrusion into our sovereign territory " We will file a diplomatic protest." Most of the blame should be shared by corrupt politicians and armchair generals who supply the military with shoddy and vintage equipment in order to line their pockets with kickbacks. Living in plush and exclusive enclaves of the rich while the families of the rank and file stretch out the meager take home pay and their husbands or sons stake their lives in the fields of battle.

    • pramodgokhale profile image

      pramodgokhale 

      6 years ago from Pune( India)

      There will be no war ,and Spratlay issue is old and Chinese

      wants to raise their maritime boundaries.We Indians know Chinese designs and we had had a war 1962, they stabbed in back, so India built missiles and nuclear devices to counter Chinese threat,They think that they are going to be super power but it is not easy.

    • Angelme566 profile image

      Angelme566 

      6 years ago

      China are day dreaming ,they never owned that Scalborough Shoal..it's is owned by the Phils but since this China is fond of squatting lands which is not theirs even sea territory of the Phils they also exploits and trespass.

      I like that hacker to hacker fights of Phils and China hackers..I want to say Filipinos are good and excellent in

      programming ,in IT. China good in making factories of

      disposal materials and factories of ( I won't mention it )

      China must learn to respect things of others,,hey China you should not covet other's goods..like what you have done to India as history says..

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      Grace Marguerite Williams 

      6 years ago from the Greatest City In The World-New York City, New York

      This situation is quite ominous. It is a probability that there will be yet another war soon. As I was reading this hub, I was totally nonplussed at this. Instead of the world evolving, the world is regressing. When will humankind even learn to interface intelligently with each other!

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