American Intelligence makes Biden look like a buffoon to Asians
A flaming editorial slamming American racism-driven hegemony, written by two of FPMag‘s top writers, one non-American White, one Asian.
What’s the difference between a man with a gun killing Asians and a country with a massive military killing Asians?
Washington says it will back the Philippines with military might against China’s “Proud Boys” whose dumpy boats have been flashing a formation of smiley-face-shaped lights and bleating barnyard animal noises.
The Philippines claims the weather-bound vessels must leave the area because they are slightly inside the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the Philippines. But that is not the law! And it took two weeks for America to get Manila to say that.
* First, this is no reason to start a war in the South China Sea.
* Secondly, the Chinese vessels are not required to leave under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
* Thirdly, America opted out of the Convention on the Law of the Sea and has zero standing.
In an exclusive economic zone, as prescribed by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, “an exclusive economic zone, all States, whether coastal or land-locked, enjoy, subject to the relevant provisions of this Convention, the freedoms referred to in article 87 of navigation and overflight and of the laying of submarine cables and pipelines, and other internationally lawful uses of the sea related to these freedoms, such as those associated with the operation of ships, aircraft and submarine cables and pipelines, and compatible with the other provisions of this Convention.”
In other words, being an exclusive economic zone of the Philippines does not preclude other vessels of other states. The men in Manila and Washington need to put on their smart-boy pants and get someone intelligent to do the research.
Dear Mr. Blinkin, war between the United states and China is unthinkable, stupid. Especially when you are attacking a bunch of laughing Chinese seafarers who are blinking lights into smiley face shapes and bleating barnyard noises from loudspeakers. Are they any worse or better than your guys?
What? You want Asians to take you seriously, America?
The supercilious runt of a man, officiously arrogant Antony John Blinken, a precocious, solitary little boy brain is off on a tangent of racial acrimony and he will pay back China for its better smart phones and to-hell-be-damned the Americans and American corporations who need to be dealing with China but are now getting the bird—or a cow, bull, or sheep noise from speakers aboard a flotilla of mocking vessels.
Mismanaging the first of many serious 21st century pandemics, America is a collective boil on the world’s butt. Is that the basket Asia wants to put its eggs into?
The Governments of Vietnam, The Republic of the Philippines, Brunei, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan (Republic of China/ROC), Indonesia and Malaysia need to sit down together and iron out some solutions without the American hegemony anywhere near.
- Read the Proposal for Agreement South China Sea English DRAFT
- Learn and understand the truths within the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and not the lies that are being perpetuated by Charlatans.
America and the Philippines. Which government caused the most deaths of their own people?
Which country imprisoned more children?
By the way, how is it that Canada didn’t take its kids out of school and didn’t have a hitch with that, (even where classrooms were too big?)
The last four years of American hegemony was a nightmare. Oh it may have been fun for despots and authoritarians who guilefully beat down their own populations, one way or another, and marginalized women and children locking them in their homes.
In Asia, many of us had dug our nuclear fallout shelters in Trump’s first year. Some people moved to the side of the hill AWAY FROM the Korean Peninsula.
And guess what, America is sending more ships, more nuclear weapons, more missiles to the stolen islands of Diego Garcia, Guam, South Korea, Japan and eventually to five locations here in the Philippines. For what? Kill more Asians? America, your hatred invites negative reciprocity. Look at yourself. America has zero capability for self-observation. America continues to demand standards from other nations it has never met.
As it was during a meeting where I sat and watched my editor listen aghast to a friendly American military man explain that, “America doesn’t want to fight a war with China from its own shores, it will do that from the Philippines, hah hah hah”.
At the time, the Americans were bombing all hell out of Marawi City, Philippines for five months, destroying the homes of tens of thousands of Muslim Filipinos. The man said they “liked doing that as there was no risk because they used unmanned satellite guided drones, but could kill hundreds of Filipinos with each drone, even those drones from far away could kill anyone,” wherever “far away” was.
I met many of the displaced Philippines’ people months later. They had walked! They migrated a great distance into Provincia de Nueva Vizcaya where I found them nearly starving and searching for farm work. I am a volunteer for a global humanitarian women’s organization. Within minutes I had a fast food restaurant cooking all the chicken and rice they had and feeding those poor barefoot folks. We talked to them about making a plan for some share cropping with farmers up north who needed farm workers.
That’s the sad reality of the real world for real ordinary people the corrupt patriarchs in Manila and Washington have no concerns about.
The mom and the baby had broken teeth, indications of malnutrition, and the baby was covered in boils. Why do we need a Fkn American nuclear-missile-carrying warship in our waters? I like the Chinese better. At least they brought vaccine. Why did we need Americans bombing the sh*t out of our poor country?
Now they say they will come back with more guns and kill Chinese? Or what?
Did you ever hear the old saying, “You bring a musket to the banquet and you better use it or you will be shot.”
The only thing I said to the soldier, was, “Why don’t you Americans and Chinese both get your stupid guns and bombs away from our homes? We don’t need them nor do we want them. President Duterte is correct. We are not going to war with anyone.”
Not naval vessels like the beloved ‘Teddy’, but many boats with blinking carnival lights has Antony Blinken blinking like ‘Max Headroom’ after he bonked his noggin. Madman Blinken. Loudspeakers bleating barnyard animal sounds. You macho men forget the Chinese have a 400 century-old sense of humour and theatre arts. Your hatred of Asians is being reciprocated, dingbats!
“Oh. Send the American Coast Guard. Get the 7th Fleet. This is war,” says Blinken, but was he Winkin’? The Chinese are winking.
You American men are ass-wits. “Words have consequences. Hate and violence hide in plain sight.”
What isn’t funny is that after America killed 6 Asian women, pissy Chinese men decided to ride America’s romp for a littler longer. America knows that. It has cell phones too. Not good ones like Huawei, but really good ones that are made in China also. That also is something Blinken should not be pooping on.
Does anyone really think that the Chinese maritime militias follow orders? Do you know who they are? They are China’s “Proud Boys”.
Chinese testosterone-goofball militia dudes eating pangolin testacies for breakfast to get up the bravado for lining up 180 ships blinking their stupid lights that make boats look like clown cars; bleating barnyard animal noises from loudspeakers; and claiming they had to set to, for bad weather (which was pretty bad timing for their escapade).
So now the the Philippines minister of defence can get wined and dined by the US Embassy over on 1201 Roxas Blvd. and start chewing nails and spitting rust two weeks after the event. Yes. After the event.
American jingoists will attack a smiley face flotilla of lit extra-running lights bleating barnyard noises. Let me know if you find any weapons of mass destruction? Cow dung maybe? Bring some home.
We do not want these jingoistic American pukes in Asia Pacific, any longer. We want peace and no Americans. None. Look what they did to Middle East Asia. Get lost America. Get out of the South China sea and stop pissing off the Chinese who then punish us for being a friend to America. We are not friends any longer. You did not bribe the population of the Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia, you gave us your garbage and treat us like second class humans.
America, you only use and abuse your friends. You have not been a friend to any nation in any amount of time anyone I asked can remember. In fact for the past 15 years we have been dealing with the babies you left behind; babies of children you raped.
So, America, we do not want you or your jingoistic vitriolic hegemony in Asia. We do not want your racism.
You want to send weapons to deal with laughing Chinese seafarers who blast barnyard noises out of loudspeakers and make boat formations to form a smiley face of lights—you are morons claiming intelligence, the greatest oxymoron in the English language: American Intelligence.
Look: It’s American Intelligence
Read the proposed treaty for the South China Sea.
Agreement on the Disputed Territorial Collective of Islands and Reefs in the South China Sea by The Governments of Vietnam, The Republic of the Philippines, Brunei, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan (Republic of China/ROC), Indonesia and Malaysia.
The Governments of Vietnam, The Republic of the Philippines, Brunei, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan (Republic of China/ROC), Indonesia and Malaysia, hereinafter referred to as the “Parties”, agree to a harmonized operation of the Parties affairs in the South China Sea.
He Parties herein express that the Parties are determined to develop neighbourly relations among each other in the common interests of their people.
The Parties acknowledge that in the South China Sea there are disagreements that have yielded no solution but regardless, the Parties wish to
- develop neighbourly relations in the context of mitigating pollution and climate change in the South China Sea regions;
- managing the unfettered transit of legitimate shipping traffic; maintaining a high-gain trade relationship for all the Parties;
- reducing military activities and tensions in the region;
- preventing the intervention and unlawful waterway traversal by foreign super powers;
- moving forward with a binding agreement to set aside territorial disputes that prevent harmony; and
- co-manage the freedom of navigation and the rights of the Parties as set out in the “United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea,” not limited to but inclusive of the following:
PART III STRAITS USED FOR INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION
SECTION 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
Article 34 Legal status of waters forming straits used for international navigation
1. The regime of passage through straits used for international navigation established in this Part shall not in other respects affect the legal status of the waters forming such straits or the exercise by the States bordering the straits of their sovereignty or jurisdiction over such waters and their air space, bed and subsoil.
2. The sovereignty or jurisdiction of the States bordering the straits Is exercised subject to this Part and to other rules of international law.
Article 35 Scope of this Part Nothing in this Part affects: (a) any areas of internal waters within a strait, except where the establishment of a straight baseline in accordance with the method set forth in article 7 has the effect of enclosing as internal waters areas which had not previously been considered as such;
(b) the legal status of the waters beyond the territorial seas of State bordering straits as exclusive economic zones or high seas; or
(c) the legal regime in straits in which passage is regulated in whole or in part by long-standing international conventions in force specifically relating to such straits.
Article 36 High seas routes or routes through exclusive economic zones through straits used for international navigation
This Part does not apply to a strait used for international navigation if there exists through the strait a route through the high seas or through an exclusive economic zone of similar convenience with respect to navigational and hydro-graphical characteristics; in such routes, the other relevant Parts of this Convention, including the provisions regarding the freedoms of navigation and overflight, apply.
SECTION 2. TRANSIT PASSAGE
Article 37 Scope of this section This section applies to straits which are used for international navigation between one part of the high seas or an exclusive economic zone and another part of the high seas or an exclusive economic zone.
Article 38 Right of transit passage
1. In straits referred to in article 37, all ships and aircraft enjoy the right of transit passage, which shall not be impeded; except that, if the strait is formed by an island of a State bordering the strait and its mainland, transit passage shall not apply if there exists seaward of the island a route through the high seas or through an exclusive economic zone of similar convenience with respect to navigational and hydro-graphical characteristics.
2. Transit passage means the exercise in accordance with this Part of the freedom of navigation and overflight solely for the purpose of continuous and expeditious transit of the strait between one part of the high seas or an exclusive economic zone and another part of the high seas or an exclusive economic zone. However, the requirement of continuous and expeditious transit does not preclude passage through the strait for the purpose of entering, leaving or returning from a State bordering the strait, subject to the conditions of entry to that State.
3. Any activity which is not an exercise of the right of transit passage through a strait remains subject to the other applicable provisions of this Convention.
Article 39 Duties of ships and aircraft during transit passage 1. Ships and aircraft, while exercising the right of transit passage, shall:
(a) proceed without delay through or over the strait;
(b) refrain from any threat or use of force against the sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence of States bordering the strait, or in any other manner in violation of the principles of international law embodied in the Charter of the United Nations;
(c) refrain from any activities other than those incident to their normal modes of continuous and expeditious transit unless rendered necessary by force majeure or by distress;
(d) comply with other relevant provisions of this Part.
2. Ships in transit passage shall:
(a) comply with generally accepted international regulations, procedures and practices for safety at sea, including the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea;
(b) comply with generally accepted international regulations, procedures and practices for the prevention, reduction and control of pollution from ships.
3. Aircraft in transit passage shall: (a) observe the Rules of the Air established by the International Civil Aviation Organization as they apply to civil aircraft; state aircraft will normally comply with such safety measures and will at all times operate with due regard for the safety of navigation; (b) at all times monitor the radio frequency assigned by the competent internationally designated air traffic control authority or the appropriate international distress radio frequency.
The Parties Have Agreed that
The Parties shall take all appropriate measures, within the limits of their respective jurisdictions, to organize and expand cooperation between them in the areas determined by this Agreement.
The issues relating to fisheries shall follow unfettered traditional applications of fishing rights.
- The Parties shall collaborate to preserve and develop the natural environment. In particular, they shall study measures that will promote protection of plant, animal and sea life.
- The Parties agree to collaborate in studying the marine environment and its future prospects, developing scientific cooperation in this field and examining possible joint activities in the field of aquaculture and resource management.
The Parties shall be bound to keep the peace in the Region.
Desiring to facilitate the movement of persons and goods, the Parties shall undertake to seek methods that will improve sea and air links between the Parties.
The Parties shall promote the development of trade between each other.
The Parties shall develop their cooperation in the area of law enforcement to the benefit of the whole, in particular to suppress illicit traffic.
Parties shall encourage the development of their cooperation in the area of training and the exchange of teaching and administrative personnel for the purpose of co-managing the shared resources.
The Parties shall encourage cooperation in the search and rescue, medical, hospital and sanitary fields particularly in the event of a need for medical evacuations.
a foreseen article reserved for the foreseer
- The Parties shall create a Joint Cooperation Commission of which they shall appoint the members, according to their own procedures.
- The Commission shall oversee the implementation of this Agreement. It shall study the means of cooperation between the Parties, any projects designed to strengthen that cooperation and the appropriate methods of implementing it. It shall establish working groups bringing together all partners with an interest in the fields specifically contemplated by this Agreement. Issues relating to fisheries shall be examined by the Joint Cooperation Commission.
- The Joint Commission shall meet twice a year.
- The Party who hosts the meeting shall chair it.
The Joint Commission may propose changes to this Agreement to the Parties, in particular for the purpose of expanding their cooperation to other fields. These changes shall be the subject of an agreement between the Parties.
- This Agreement shall enter into force on the date it is signed.
- Each Party may at any time denounce this Agreement by giving a written notice to that effect. Denunciation shall take effect one hundred eighty days after the date on which the other Party is notified thereof.
Signed on this ___ of ____________ in the year _______ at ________________
The Republic of the Philippines ________________
the People’s Republic of China (PRC) ________________
Taiwan (Republic of China/ROC) ________________