Home / Recent News / America wanted to seize the mountain of gold in the South China Sea!
America wanted to seize the mountain of gold in the South China Sea!

America wanted to seize the mountain of gold in the South China Sea!

 

THE EVIL ROTSCHILD ZIONISM USED THE BIBLE TO CLAIM PALESTINE AS THEIR BIRTH RIGHT BUT HERE THE SOUTH CHINA SEA GOT REAL PROOF THAT IT BELONGS TO CHINA!

How the BBC Fabricated the 1989 Myth of ‘Tiananmen Square’
https://thesanghakommune.org/2016/06/04/how-the-bbc-fabricated-the-1989-myth-of-tiananmen-square/

Tiananmen June 4th, 1989 – the Making of a Modern Myth
https://thesanghakommune.org/2014/06/04/tiananmen-june-4th-1989-the-making-of-a-modern-myth/

 

A publicity video explaining China’s right to claim sovereignty over the South China Sea Islands is currently being shown in Times Square in New York City. #VideofromChina

 

Historical documents prove China’s rights over South China Sea…Historical documents prove China’s rights over South China Sea islands

Many old documents collected by the US Library of Congress have proved China’s historical rights over the islands and adjacent waters in the #SouthChinaSea.

 

A map collector based in Canada has revealed copies of historical documents, which prove a long history of Chinese fishermen living and working on islands in the #SouthChinaSea.

 

Honestly speaking, I know the evil Zionist Joos can’t wait to start WW3 here in Asia because they have failed in Iran and Syria and this is their last opportunity to make it happen! You might think they are so upright in their false front to appear to bring fairness in Asia but the true fact of the matter is the Evil Rotschild Zionism want to destroy Asia like they did in the Middle East! 

China Prepares For War With US After Meeting With Obama

Published on Apr 2, 2016

Stock Up On Survival Food Today! –
http://www.foodforliberty.com/mount

 

U.S. to China: Abide by International Ruling on Disputed Islands
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-04-08/u-s-to-china-abide-by-international-ruling-on-disputed-islands?cmpid=yhoo.headline

On March 1, 2016, I read in the local paper and what was written there worried me, “A stand-off at a the G20 finance ministers meeting in China last week is reflected in public calls by China to replace the US dollar and threats by the US military to start a nuclear war. The US military also said they stand ready to enforce any decisions by the international court of justice at The Hague over territorial disputes in the South China sea.

What gives the US the right to interfere in the matter of the South China sea? Because if there is really a dispute, isn’t it between China and Asean? After reading this article, “A U.S. Carrier Strike Group Is Sailing Around the South China Sea” https://www.yahoo.com/autos/u-carrier-strike-group-sailing-152701972.html, I decided to instead talk about the South China Sea because not one journalist portrayed the true facts in their write up!

Who Is the Biggest Aggressor in the South China Sea?
http://thediplomat.com/2015/06/who-is-the-biggest-aggressor-in-the-south-china-sea/

China has every right to do what they are doing now at the Spratlys island because they are the rightful owner and this was what Mr. Chang Wen Lam (Dr.) from Hong Kong had written to the Forum page on Thursday, May 28, 2015: http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/beijing-has-long-laid-claim-to-spratlys/

Just playing catch-up in South China Sea

ASSOCIATE Professor Robert ZC. Beckman, in noting that the Philippines has taken its case to the United nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, neglected to mention that the Philippines had engaged in construction in the disputed Spratlys for many years (“China and ‘might makes right’ at sea”; May20).

Vietnam, too, did significant reclamation work in the South China Sea, even before China did (“Vietnam ‘did major work in disputed S. China Sea'”; May 9).

The area Vietnam claims is almost as large as China’s, but Vietnam occupiers some 25 features, versus China’s six or seven.

This is why some analysts suggest that China is only playing catch-up in the South China Sea, and that it is, in fact, being forced to respond pre-emptively.

United States navy secretary Ray Mabus recently affirmed America’s naval power and said that if challenged, he would not want his troops in a “fair fight”.

Thus, even if China were resorting to “might makes right”, it is only following the rules of engagement set out by the US.

The Zionist Puppet Obama reiterated the US commitment to freedom of navigation and regional order, while saying the leaders discussed “tangible steps” to ease tensions, including a “halt to further reclamation, new construction and militarization of disputed areas.” Good for you Puppet Obama! If he is really serious about this matter, then perhaps he should first right the wrong of Zionist Israel and stop ALL settlements in the West bank and get “Scumbag Netanyahu” to honor the Oslo Peace Agreement!

 

U.S. diplomatic strategy on South China Sea appears to founder
https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-diplomatic-strategy-south-china-sea-appears-founder-000528046.html

BREAKING: RUSSIA JOINS SOUTH CHINA SEA CONFLICT AS CHINESE ALLY

Published on Apr 2, 2016

Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Morning News USA reports, Several countries are making their own moves with regards to the dispute over the South China Sea region. Japan just activated a radar station in the East China Sea allowing it to establish a permanent intelligence post that can track territories nearby. China expressed its anger over the matter, as reported by Business Insider.

See the report here:
https://youtu.be/f1AQ8s1k8xw

Read more:
http://www.morningnewsusa.com/looming…

 

South China Sea: Sifting facts and fiction
http://www.indiawrites.org/diplomacy/south-china-sea-sifting-facts-fiction/

Facts and fictions about SCS which had been asked by too many Indians was answered by the Chinese Press Counselor for China Embassy in New Delhi accordingly…

South China Sea has become a hot topic recently, making people confused about the situation. Many Indian friends have asked me a set of questions: What are facts on the South China Sea issue? Who has the sovereignty over the islands and reefs in that area? Who on earth raises the tension there? I would like to share with you the truth.

China was the first country that found, exploited and exercised sovereign jurisdiction on the Nansha Islands. China’s sovereignty over Nansha Islands is grounded on ample historical and jurisprudential evidence. There were only Chinese people living on the Nansha Islands until the late 19th century, which was recorded in the historical archives of many western countries.

During World War II, Japan invaded and occupied the Nansha Islands. After WWII, the Chinese government recovered the Nansha Islands, based on a series of international conventions and agreements including the Cairo Declaration and the Potsdam Proclamation. The Chinese government also reaffirmed its sovereignty by naming, mapping, administrating and troops stationing. Major countries including the US, Soviet Union, Japan and France acknowledged that the Nansha Islands are China’s territory. Japan pledged to abide by the relevant regulations in the Potsdam Proclamation and renounced all right and claims to Taiwan, the Pescadores, Nansha Islands and Xisha Islands. Some countries in that area had long acknowledged China’s sovereignty over Xisha Islands and Nansha Islands.

China shares land borders with 14 neighbouring countries, and has solved border issues with 12 of them through bilateral negotiation. Besides, China and Vietnam have demarcated the maritime border on the Beibu Gulf by negotiations. The border treaties and agreements are all based on the friendly consultation on an equal footing. Most of these countries are small or medium countries but none of them had any complaint on the process of demarcation negotiation. In fact, China has consistently adopted the route of bilateral negotiation and consultation to resolve the territory and demarcation issue. China has also accumulated rich experience from its long-term practice.

The Philippines’ unilateral move to push forward the arbitration proceedings seriously undermines the order of international maritime law. It is a political provocation under the cloak of law. Except the United States, which has so far not ratified the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), four of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, including China, had submitted the declaration on Optional Exceptions, in accordance with Article 298 of UNCLOS. The Philippines broke not only its own promises of resolving the relevant dispute through negotiations and consultations, but also the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea and the authority and sanctity of the Convention.

China is a responsible country in the international community. As the biggest country in the South China Sea area, China shoulders its international responsibilities and obligations. China’s construction on some islands and reefs of the South China Sea is aimed at better fulfilling its international obligations as well as improving the living standard of people living there. When the construction is finished, China will offer more public service to international community in the fields of search and rescue, disaster prevention and mitigation, meteorological observation, ecological conservation, navigation safety, etc. China’s deployment of necessary defensive facilities is different from the militarisation move conducted by some countries on the islands and reefs which were illegally occupied. In building defense facilities on our own islands and reefs, China is exercising its right to self-preservation under international law. China is not the first country to have deployed weapons in the Nansha; it’s not the country that has deployed the most weapons, and not the country that conducts the most frequent military activities. China cannot be accused of “militarization”; this label is more suited to some other countries.

China firmly upholds freedom of navigation and overflight by all countries in accordance with international law. There is no problem with freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea. Every day, 15 million barrels of oil go through the Malacca Straits and the South China Sea to East Asia, three times of what goes through the Suez Canal. All the top three economies in East Asia, including China, Japan and the ROK, are highly dependent on the South China Sea route. Thanks to concerted efforts, the South China Sea is one of the safest and freest shipping routes in the world. According to a recent interview by the Reuters, ship owners of Southeast Asian countries agree that there is no problem with freedom of navigation in the South China Sea. A recent report by International Shipowners Mutual Assurance Association shows that China’s construction on the islands is conducive to, rather than impacting freedom and safety of navigation in the South China Sea. But the freedom of navigation does not give them a license to do whatever they want. If someone wants to muddy the waters or to destabilize Asia, China will not agree to it and the overwhelming majority of countries in the region will not allow it to happen.

China has always adhered to peaceful settlement of the South China Sea issue and called for a proper solution through diplomacy and negotiations with the parties directly concerned. Now China and ASEAN countries are fully implementing the DOC and working together toward a code of conduct. Countries in this region are able to manage their own issue.

(Xie Liyan is Press Counselor at the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi. The views expressed in this column are entirely those of the author)

 

South China Sea: Tribunal backs case against China brought by Philippines
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-36771749

_90360856_schinasea

An international tribunal has ruled against Chinese claims to rights in the South China Sea, backing a case brought by the Philippines.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration said there was no evidence that China had historically exercised exclusive control over the waters or resources.

China called the ruling “ill-founded” and says it will not be bound by it.

China claims almost all of the South China Sea, including reefs and islands also claimed by others.

The tribunal in The Hague said China had violated the Philippines’ sovereign rights. It also said China had caused “severe harm to the coral reef environment” by building artificial islands.

 

The People’s Republic of China solemnly declares that the award is null and void

Beijing has long-laid claim to Spratlys
http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/beijing-has-long-laid-claim-to-spratlys/

U.S. atlas published in 1994 shows South China Sea islands part of Chinese territory
http://thepoisonappleoftheworld.com/u-s-atlas-published-in-1994-shows-south-china-sea-islands-part-of-chinese-territory/

Full text of statement of China’s Foreign Ministry on award of South China Sea arbitration initiated by Philippines
http://www.china.org.cn/world/2016-07/12/content_38864668.htm

Following is the full text of the Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China on the Award of 12 July 2016 of the Arbitral Tribunal in the South China Sea Arbitration Established at the Request of the Republic of the Philippines issued on Tuesday.

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China on the Award of 12 July 2016 of the Arbitral Tribunal in the South China Sea Arbitration Established at the Request of the Republic of the Philippines.

With regard to the award rendered on 12 July 2016 by the Arbitral Tribunal in the South China Sea arbitration established at the unilateral request of the Republic of the Philippines (hereinafter referred to as the “Arbitral Tribunal”), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China solemnly declares that the award is null and void and has no binding force. China neither accepts nor recognizes it.

1. On 22 January 2013, the then government of the Republic of the Philippines unilaterally initiated arbitration on the relevant disputes in the South China Sea between China and the Philippines. On 19 February 2013, the Chinese government solemnly declared that it neither accepts nor participates in that arbitration and has since repeatedly reiterated that position. On 7 December 2014, the Chinese government released the Position Paper of the Government of the People’s Republic of China on the Matter of Jurisdiction in the South China Sea Arbitration Initiated by the Republic of the Philippines, pointing out that the Philippines’ initiation of arbitration breaches the agreement between the two states, violates the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and goes against the general practice of international arbitration, and that the Arbitral Tribunal has no jurisdiction. On 29 October 2015, the Arbitral Tribunal rendered an award on jurisdiction and admissibility. The Chinese government immediately stated that the award is null and void and has no binding force. China’s positions are clear and consistent.

2. The unilateral initiation of arbitration by the Philippines is out of bad faith. It aims not to resolve the relevant disputes between China and the Philippines, or to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea, but to deny China’s territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea. The initiation of this arbitration violates international law. First, the subject-matter of the arbitration initiated by the Philippines is in essence an issue of territorial sovereignty over some islands and reefs of Nansha Qundao (the Nansha Islands), and inevitably concerns and cannot be separated from maritime delimitation between China and the Philippines. Fully aware that territorial issues are not subject to UNCLOS, and that maritime delimitation disputes have been excluded from the UNCLOS compulsory dispute settlement procedures by China’s 2006 declaration, the Philippines deliberately packaged the relevant disputes as mere issues concerning the interpretation or application of UNCLOS. Second, the Philippines’ unilateral initiation of arbitration infringes upon China’s right as a state party to UNCLOS to choose on its own will the procedures and means for dispute settlement. As early as in 2006, pursuant to Article 298 of UNCLOS, China excluded from the compulsory dispute settlement procedures of UNCLOS disputes concerning, among others, maritime delimitation, historic bays or titles, military and law enforcement activities. Third, the Philippines’ unilateral initiation of arbitration violates the bilateral agreement reached between China and the Philippines, and repeatedly reaffirmed over the years, to resolve relevant disputes in the South China Sea through negotiations. Fourth, the Philippines’ unilateral initiation of arbitration violates the commitment made by China and ASEAN Member States, including the Philippines, in the 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) to resolve the relevant disputes through negotiations by states directly concerned. By unilaterally initiating the arbitration, the Philippines violates UNCLOS and its provisions on the application of dispute settlement procedures, the principle of “pactasuntservanda” and other rules and principles of international law.

3. The Arbitral Tribunal disregards the fact that the essence of the subject-matter of the arbitration initiated by the Philippines is issues of territorial sovereignty and maritime delimitation, erroneously interprets the common choice of means of dispute settlement already made jointly by China and the Philippines, erroneously construes the legal effect of the relevant commitment in the DOC, deliberately circumvents the optional exceptions declaration made by China under Article 298 of UNCLOS, selectively takes relevant islands and reefs out of the macro-geographical framework of Nanhai Zhudao (the South China Sea Islands), subjectively and speculatively interprets and applies UNCLOS, and obviously errs in ascertaining fact and applying the law. The conduct of the Arbitral Tribunal and its awards seriously contravene the general practice of international arbitration, completely deviate from the object and purpose of UNCLOS to promote peaceful settlement of disputes, substantially impair the integrity and authority of UNCLOS, gravely infringe upon China’s legitimate rights as a sovereign state and state party to UNCLOS, and are unjust and unlawful.

4. China’s territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea shall under no circumstances be affected by those awards. China opposes and will never accept any claim or action based on those awards.

5. The Chinese government reiterates that, regarding territorial issues and maritime delimitation disputes, China does not accept any means of third party dispute settlement or any solution imposed on China. The Chinese government will continue to abide by international law and basic norms governing international relations as enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations, including the principles of respecting state sovereignty and territorial integrity and peaceful settlement of disputes, and continue to work with states directly concerned to resolve the relevant disputes in the South China Sea through negotiations and consultations on the basis of respecting historical facts and in accordance with international law, so as to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea.

Follow China.org.cn on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation.

 

Leave a Reply

Scroll To Top