Hiro S Nobumasa comments

Posted in: China launches main part of its 1st permanent space station See in context

China can now assemble a space station which is indeed a great scientific achievement .

The sad part is the fact that Beijington still has no ability and wisdom to settle the Taiwan issue in a peaceful and cultured and Confucian way.

All those wumaos here can do a great deed for their country if they can convey a simple message to their master Prexy Xi JP.

Cultured and Confucian China should not act like the so-called 'barbarians' vs Taiwan.

The simple formula for a peaceful and 'win-win' scenario will be for the PROC to give unconditional extra special diplomatic relation to the ROC .

This will immediately end the ROT movement peacefully .

As it is now the ROC is simultaneously confronted by the PROC on one hand and the Republic of Taiwan advocates on the other.

Thus China will only be aiding and strengthening the ROT banner if Beijing continues to reject the existence of the ROC.

If the leaders of the PROC wants China to be great not only scientifically but also culturally then giving diplomatic recognition to ROC-Taiwan is a no brainer.

I bet President Xi Jin Ping will then win the Nobel Peace Prize and be Time Mags Man of the Century!

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Posted in: China, Japan trade acrimonious barbs over Fukushima tweet See in context

China's depiction of the 'Great Wave Off Kanagawa ' is not accurate because vice premier Taro Aso said it's safe to drink those Fukushima nuclear waste.

Will the Tokyo Olympians be offered those da-kine safe water too?

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Posted in: China says carrier group drills near Taiwan will become regular See in context

China says carrier group drills near Taiwan will become regular

Thank you PRO- China!

The more regular it becomes the easier it will enable Taiwan , Japan and the USA to detect the Achilles Heel of the PLAN and then devise a da-kine precise plan to defeat it!

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Posted in: Japan expresses concerns to China about territorial waters, Hong Kong, Uighur situation See in context

Tokyo is barking at the wrong cat regarding the Tiayutai/Senkaku issue.

It was Uncle Sam that clearly stated that there is indeed a territorial dispute regarding ownership of those isles and that the issue should be amicably settled by Japan, TW and the PROC.

Suga not mentioning Taipei is very cruel and very un-Japanese knowing that the Taiwanese people are the most Nippon friendly in the entire galaxy.

Tokyo should just admit the existence of a territorial dispute and help find a solution acceptable to all parties involved rather than insists on dancing solo.

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Posted in: Japan slams China's changes to Hong Kong elections See in context

Tokyo practicin toothless, lame carrot and stick move vs China.

What with such obvious fancy news headlines?

Japan slams China's changes to Hong Kong elections

Toyota to form joint venture in China for fuel-cell vehicles

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Posted in: BTS condemns anti-Asian racism; say they've experienced it See in context

America is fallin after Trump's ascension.

Those Asian-Americans afraid of their lives now are welcome to Japan, the safest and most cultured and respectful polite society in the world.

Posters here are solid proof.

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Posted in: With anti-Asian hate in U.S. rising, parents grapple over whether to talk to their children See in context

Why are Japan and China so silent about this racist anti-Asian hatred and killings which could blossom into full genocide in America if left unchecked ?

Asian -Americans and Asians in the USA must be feelin what the Uighurs are expriencin in China's Xinjiang province too , yet Tokyo, Beinington and yes the UK 's silence are quite deafening.

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Posted in: EU vaccine politics reach fever pitch; Britain a target See in context

Why is China silent about this alleged vaccine blackmail of the UK?

Will London be caught napping if Beijington was also doin unfair practices of its vaccine Sinovac rollout?

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Posted in: EU vaccine politics reach fever pitch; Britain a target See in context

Why is China silent about this alleged vaccine blackmail of the UK?

Will London be caught napping if Beijington was also doin unfair practices of its vaccine Sinovac rollout?

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Posted in: Biden invites Russia, China to first global climate talks See in context

Why did Biden not invite the democratically elected Lady President of 'ally', like minded and democratic ROC-TW?

President English Tsai is certainly not a dictator nor a killer so what gives, Joe?

As I said all along, da-kine Washingjing and Beijington are super silent and special partners.

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Posted in: China sanctions UK lawmakers and lobby groups over Xinjiang as rift widens with West See in context

Desert TortoiseToday  12:37 am JST

It's pretty simple actually. Taiwan has not declared itself to be an independent nation.

Very simply wrong logic. Xinjiang has not declared itself to be an independent nation yet London is concerned about the Uighurs human rights BUT totally silent about Beijington's refusal to let TW be a member of the WHO. This monstrosity is also a gross violation of the human rights of the Taiwanese people.

ROC-Taiwan was already an independent nation when PM Boris Johnson was still wearing short pants.

The only people or countries that denies such a solid fact are China, the UK... and all the Western , Asian and Washingjing.

This means all are also violators of the human rights of the Taiwanese people when all obeyed Beijigton's order not to let TW be a member of the WHO.

BTW, human rights are for all living persons irregardless of whether they live in an independent state or a colonized region.

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Posted in: China sanctions UK lawmakers and lobby groups over Xinjiang as rift widens with West See in context

It's a big mystery why the UK is very vocal about protecting the human rights of the Uighurs in Xinjiang, CHINA ... BUT on the other hand supports Beijington’s policy of violating the human rights of the sovereign Taiwanese people by excluding and barring Taipei from the WHO!

London should also sanction Beijington for its policy of isolating TW!

But why is the UK so silent about China barring TW from joining the WHO?

Why?

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Posted in: China sanctions UK lawmakers and lobby groups over Xinjiang as rift widens with West See in context

Despite this da-kine sanction theatrics ...

The UK still loves China .

London by free choice refuses to give democratic TW diplomatic recognition to please Beijington.

Can any human rights lovin folks explain such a monstrosity?

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

voiceofokinawaMar. 22  03:46 pm JST

Oh, when the U.S. returned Okinawa to Japan, the Senkakus were also returned to Japan as part of it. When a complaint was lodged against this measure from Taiwan and probably from China, it said only the administrative rights were returned to Japan, adding that a dispute about sovereignty over the islands was no concern of the U.S. Can administrative rights and sovereignty be separated, I wonder?

Howdy voiceofokinawa!

The reason why Japan cannot build bases or military outposts in the TYT/Senkaku isles is because the USA clearly stated that a dispute on sovereignty exists and any unilateral change in the status quo is prohibited.

Thus, Uncle Sam only allows Japan to exercise administrative rights to maintain the status quo until the sovereignty problem is resolved.

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Posted in: West sanctions China over Xinjiang abuses; Beijing hits back at EU See in context

This da-kine ‘dramatic ’ move by the EU , Canada and the USA and maybe NZ and OZ is a charade.

I’ll be impressed if all these ’human rights’ loving countries give Taiwan diplomatic recognition asap no matter what the PROC says .

If they can blah blah for Xinjiang then why not for democratic TW that is now being threatened by PLA invasion?

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. defense chiefs affirm cooperation on Taiwan See in context

Japan and Taiwan may not have official diplomatic relations BUT the military contingency plans on how to ward off a PROC-PLA invasion have already been revised a dozen times and will be upgraded again just before the Tokyo Olympics.

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Posted in: After the insurrection, America's far-right groups get more extreme See in context

Far-right , White Supremacists and anti-Asian groups are becoming the new normal in America.

A very sad and unfortunate Trump legacy.

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Posted in: M6.9 quake hits northeastern Japan See in context

Stay safe everybody and brace for the aftershocks.

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Posted in: Large Chinese destroyer spotted in waters near Japan See in context

Remember the boy who cried wolf?

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

@OA:

WASHINGTON – U.S. Defense Department spokesman John Kirby said Friday his recent remarks supporting Tokyo's claims over the sovereignty of the Japanese-controlled, China-claimed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea were an "error" and apologized for any confusion.

"There is no change to U.S. policy regarding the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands," the press secretary said, apparently referring to Washington's position of neutrality over who has sovereignty over the uninhabited islets.

"I do regret my error," he added.

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

OssanAmericaMar. 19  05:47 pm JST

NO, it's the position of the Japanese Government which the United States Government has unequivocally declared will defend with military force if needed. Too bad for your beloved China, they have already lost the game.

No, too bad you're no John Kirby so yar words are just for ya to da-kine believe for yar own satisfaction!

Enjoy!

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

YuriOtaniToday  12:11 pm JST

Lets set up colonies of right wing fanatics on the Senkakus and let them believe it is their partonic duty to garrison these islands. Provide them with a lot of food, snack food and of course alcohol. We could feed them the surplus whale meat. It would not cost a lot of money and provide 2 great outcomes.

I think you’re a genius!

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

Hiro S NobumasaToday  01:36 am UTC

YuriOtaniToday  12:11 pm JST

Lets set up colonies of right wing fanatics on the Senkakus and let them believe it is their partonic duty to garrison these islands. Provide them with a lot of food, snack food and of course alcohol. We could feed them the surplus whale meat. It would not cost a lot of money and provide 2 great outcomes.

I think you’re a genius!

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

YuriOtaniToday  12:11 pm JST

Lets set up colonies of right wing fanatics on the Senkakus and let them believe it is their partonic duty to garrison these islands. Provide them with a lot of food, snack food and of course alcohol. We could feed them the surplus whale meat. It would not cost a lot of money and provide 2 great outcomes.

I think you’re a genius!

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

Toasted HereticToday  09:11 am JST

I want to know what Japan is going to do about the current invaders who have set up military bases here.

Worry about them, first.

Excellent post!

Only Ryukyuans are aware of that plain truth!

So Tokyo is incapable of worrying about that!

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

OssanAmericaToday  03:05 pm JST

The only way for that to happen is for your China to take it to the ICJ. Of course that would mean China would have to agree to recognize ICJ/International juridiction over matters of sovereignty. Something China decalred it would never accept after losing to the Philippines at the PAC.

How nice of you to say that! Maybe you can help me claim money from Beijington via yar connections?

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

OssanAmericaToday  03:05 pm JST

That the Senkakus were Terra Nullius was established 126 years without objection from anyone. It's high time your China stopped with it's shenanigans against all of it's neighbors.

OA, it's yar word vs. John Kirby's.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Defense Department spokesman John Kirby said Friday his recent remarks supporting Tokyo's claims over the sovereignty of the Japanese-controlled, China-claimed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea were an "error" and apologized for any confusion.

"There is no change to U.S. policy regarding the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands," the press secretary said, apparently referring to Washington's position of neutrality over who has sovereignty over the uninhabited islets.

"I do regret my error," he added.

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Posted in: Japan expects deterrence to keep China in check over Senkakus See in context

Tokyo should just admit that the Tiauyutai/Senkaku isles are disputed territory.

The days of pretending and faking the terra nullius shenanigans is over and out.

Tokyo should wisely re-establish diplomatic ties with the most Nippon friendly nation on earth that is no other than 'ally' ROC-TW and settle the dispute amicably before the PROC turns those isles into a battlefield.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Defense Department spokesman John Kirby said Friday his recent remarks supporting Tokyo's claims over the sovereignty of the Japanese-controlled, China-claimed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea were an "error" and apologized for any confusion.

"There is no change to U.S. policy regarding the sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands," the press secretary said, apparently referring to Washington's position of neutrality over who has sovereignty over the uninhabited islets.

"I do regret my error," he added.

Kirby said Tuesday during an off-camera press briefing, "We hold with the international community about the Senkakus and the sovereignty of the Senkakus, and we support Japan obviously in that sovereignty."

He was responding to questions on the situation in the waters near the islets, where concerns are growing over an escalation of tensions as Chinese coast guard vessels have been spotted following the recent implementation of Beijing's controversial coast guard law.

The law explicitly allows the Chinese coast guard to use weapons against foreign ships it sees as illegally entering China's waters. Kirby said Friday that U.S. President Joe Biden and other administration officials have offered reassurances to Tokyo regarding the country's "unwavering" commitment to the defense of Japan under Article 5 of the bilateral security treaty, which includes the Senkakus.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/02/27/national/pentagon-us-senkakus-error/

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Posted in: China protests over Japan-U.S. statement on human rights; blasts U.S. 'evil past of genocide' See in context

This tête-à-tête between silent partners Washingjing and Beijington is just a charade.

After Alaska, there will be rumblings about Atlanta and then it'll be business as usual after some strategically timed bumps.

In Japan's case, please look at Okinawa first before speaking like a holy monk .

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Posted in: U.S. tells China to improve ties with Australia See in context

Desert TortoiseToday  04:49 am JST

It's not that simple. The US cannot unilaterally recognize Taiwan as an independent nation because Taiwan itself has never claimed to be an independent nation separate from China. Rather the ROC government in Taiwan has claimed to be the only legitimate government of all of China, not just of Taiwan, with the CCP as occupiers. Were Taiwan to declare itself an independent nation the PRC would immediately attack Taiwan and probably the US too. Moreover the US is certainly not going to start calling Taiwan an independent nation on its own because that would put Taiwan in a supremely difficult position. Taiwan would either have to go along and declare independence knowing China would immediately attack with deadly and tragic results, or more likely Taiwan would feel compelled to repudiate the US claim of Taiwanese independence in order to maintain the status quo. I think much of the west is kind of holding their breath on the matter hoping China eventually implodes like the old USSR and make the whole argument moot.

@Desert Tortoise,

No, there's no need for the US to unilaterally recognize a new independent Taiwan.

Washingjing should stop running around the 'Great Wall' and simply invite former President Carter to happily announce that the USA is re-establishing full diplomatic ties with ROC-TW .

The PROC will never treat America seriously if leaders in Washingjing continues to act like traitors to 'ally' ROC thus acting as the biggest and most powerful WUMAO !

Same goes to OZ!

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