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Philippines oldest friend was China and will always be with China!

Philippines oldest friend was China and will always be with China!

 

YOU EVIL ZIONIST JOOS YOU USE YOUR MONEY TO BUY ALL THE POLITICIANS AROUND THE WORLD BUT YOU CANNOT BUY WE THE 7 BILLION HUMANITY WHO BELIEVE IN PEACE & HARMONY!

EVIL ZIONIST JOOS YOU CAN DREAM ON TO ‘FUCK ASIA’ LIKE YOU DID TO THE MIDDLE EAST  BECAUSE ALL CHINESE AROUND THE WORLD WILL STAND WITH CHINA. WE CHINESE IS SOLID AS A ROCK! 

CHINA WILL RISE UP NOT BECAUSE OF ITS MIGHT BUT BECAUSE ALL THE CHINESE AROUND THE WORLD WILL RISE TO PROTECT CHINA WHEN SHE IS BEING THREATENED!

My mother dislikes the West and she knew the ‘Joos’ control the politicians including ours and this was what my uneducated mother Lim Soon Hing said, “There are Chinese all around the world and when you dare touch a hair of China we will ALL rise up to protect China.”

This was what my mother said about Lee Kuan Yew, “He is yellow on the outside but white in the inside.” I don’t need to elaborate you all understand what I am saying.

And she continued, “One hand he lifts us up the other hand he will bring us down” Because she believed he did not pile the right foundation for the country and that is to nurture local talents instead he sacrificed the whole nation to pile the foundation for the MNC! This mean our existence is only about survival but not to EXCEL! If it is to achieve EXCELLENCE then why the people NEVER have a say in the development of the nation. A one way traffic is very dangerous for the well being of its people. She said, “How can we all go one path CAPITALISM a few percent must follow the SPIRITUAL path so that we will not be drown together when Capitalism does not work?

How very sad but so true? She did told us a story during the Japanese war her the family did not flight together they split the routes and she went with my uncle and they survive while those that went the other route ALL killed by the Japanese army:(

And she continued to say, “How can a one man vision imposed on the whole nation especially on how we should lead our life and what kind of language we should speak at home? Society must be evolved organically and not structure by hook or by crook just in order that we will be smart to make money and more money!”She said that even in his own household he cannot imposed his will on his children because they got the right to lead their life that make them happy. My mother was one wise woman but only uneducated but FULL OF COMMON SENSE and I learn life from her.

Now look here this is what Wilson Lee Flores said: “I hope we could restore our ancient, long-standing friendship between the Philippines and China, which has been for more than 1,000 years.”

 

‘Restore our ancient friendship with China,’ Filipino-Chinese columnist says

Published on Jun 9, 2016

Filipino-Chinese businessman and columnist Wilson Lee Flores hopes the Philippines ‘could restore our ancient, long-standing friendship’ with China. Read full story here: http://rplr.co/24CSg5t

 

Ex-Marcos minister recalls start of Philippines-China relations

Published on Jun 9, 2016

Former Senator Francisco Tatad, information minister under the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, recalls the start of diplomacy between the Philippines and China during the Marcos regime. Diplomatic ties between the two countries began on June 9, 1975, exactly 41 years ago. Read full story here: http://rplr.co/24CSg5t

 

Shanghai Noon

I think it’s pathetic that the Philippines prefers the USA to its own neighbours in Asia. But I can’t blame you, they used to rule over your country after Spain. That’s why you don’t care about Asians. You’ve been trained to think like a white man.

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Joseph Jovencio Valerio III

I was able to watch that video clip when then-President Marcos has a diplomatic visit in China. His team was well accepted and respected by the then Chinese administration. How I wish our leaders now have the moral might and political will to uphold the interest of the Filipino people and, still, diplomatically have a good relation with China.

that has always been there.” – Rappler.com

Crucial time in Asia in 2016-2017…. the Year of either hurtling towards war in the Pacific or keeping and maintaining the peace.

The Philippines, as the stalking horse of the Obama’s NeoCon militarists, including Defense Secretary Ash Carter, a Republican hawk, and Admiral Harry “Japa-Hapa” Harris, Pac Com of the U.S. Asia-Pacific Seventh Fleet, based and HQered in Honolulu, Hawaii, is the tipping point.

During last week’s Shangri-la Military Dialogue held among 300 military and defense officials in Singapore, Chinese Admiral Sun Jiangguo has posited this important statement:

“China isn’t out to stir trouble but neither is China scared of trouble,” he said, “China will not stand for its sovereign rights to be trampled on.”……..

I will be giving a talk about the prospects and hopes of a Rodrigo ‘Digong’ Duterte presidency, at the end of this month in San Francisco old Chinatown, and what this portends in Philippines-China-ASEAN relations in a post-Nonoy Aquino presidency.

History matters. I am a product of Asian colonial history. And I have a perspective different from the Obama NeoCons-NeoLibs pushing Asia Pivot and Asia-Rebalancing using the Philippines as “stalking horse” to contain-encircle-curb China’s rise and re-emergence as a civilizational state.

It is the right time for many lucid Chinese intellectuals from Southeast Asia… from the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, et al, as well as from South Asia to step up to the plate and lend some clarity and history to the issues confronting Asia-Pacific today in a post-Western colonial Asia…. and residual issues that post-Western colonial experience leave all Asians today on issues of boundaries, nation-states, and territorial issues both land and maritime claims.

Some 30% of Filipinos today, one way or another, traces their lineage and blood to sea-faring Chinese emigrants from Fujian (Xiamen) and Guangdong… southern part of China……who traded and settled the island more than 1,000 years ago.

That China historical link anteceded the arrival of the Spanish colonizers – Spain— who annexed the islands in the mid-15th Century and named the island-archipelago after King Philip (Felipe after ‘Isla de Felipenas), the reigning King of Spain in mid-15th Century.

For over 3 centuries, parts of the Philippines archipelago, primarily northern part, and not all of the 7,100 island archipelago, and excepting vast swath of Mindanao, and the Visayas, was a Spanish colony….. and in 1898, after Spain was defeated by the U.S. Navy under the command of Admiral George Dewey, in the Battle of Manila Bay, then President William McKinley decided to annex the islands and American took over from defeated Spain and became “Johnny Come Lately” colonizers in Asia.

More than 100,000 Filipinos, specially from the Muslim Moro south, were massacred by American conquering troops under the rough riders led by Theodore Roosevelt, the white supremacist, cousin of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in the American pacification campaign of the islands.

Spain and America have been colonizers of the Philippines with territorial ambitions….. not China….. for over 1,000 years, the Chinese settlers intermarried, peaceably inter-mingled, integrated, traded, and lived peacefully with the indigenous people of the islands-archipelago.

Among them are many of today’s mixed-blooded Filipinos, with Chinese lineage, including new President-elect Rodrigo Duterte, of Davao City.

Historically, Davao in southern Mindanao have been settled by many emigrants from Fujian, notably the Teh, and the Xi family-clan.

Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte himself admits that his own “Lolo,” grandfather traced his lineage to Chinese settlers in Mindanao.

So does Multi-award winning journalist, entrepreneur, and restauranteur Wilson Lee Flores, a Duterte supporter based in Metro-Manila, who comes from a 7th-generation Filipino-Chinese family.

His ancestors first came to the Philippines in 1790, in search of a better life because of instability in China back then. Like many of the Filipino-Chinese, such as Aquino himself, Flores traces his roots to China’s Fujian province.

Wilson Lee Flores said: “I hope we could restore our ancient, long-standing friendship between the Philippines and China, which has been for more than 1,000 years.”

“We are one of the oldest friends of China in Asia. China is one of our oldest friends. Even before the Spaniards came here, we were good friends with China already, and we have never had a history of war. Never,” Flores said.

The columnist explained that the other foreigners that the Philippines has encountered in history – the Spanish, the Americans, and the Japanese – “conquered” the country.

Flores said: “But what’s unique about China-Philippine relations, Philippines was never colonized by China, there never was war, when in fact the Chinese have been coming to the Philippines for more than a thousand years.”

“So hopefully under the new administration, hopefully we can go back to normal,” Flores said. “Hopefully we can normalize the ancient friendship that has always been there.” – Rappler.com

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