America seeks escalation in the Philippines of its war with China

“Unlike other nations America has gone to war with [and lost], China can bring war to American shores,” suggests Dale Carter, security director for The RINJ Foundation when she was asked about the recent saber-rattling in the West Philippines Sea.

“That is why,” she added, “the U.S. is trying to provoke a war with China in the South China Sea using the Philippines as a battleground. The more effort that can be done to provoke conflict in the Philippines, the less likely war will be fought on U.S. territory.”

“I think that China will not invade Taiwan, because the people of the island and the mainland are more than capable to solve their issues if the Republic of China can shed its American puppet masters without sending unstable America into a civil war. China might, if anything, and this is improbable, but possible, invade the Philippines and quickly take control. Nearly one quarter of the Philippines population is ethnic Chinese. Everyone else has invaded the Philippines over the centuries, including the Americans which colonized PH twice, but  successive corrupt Philippines governments led by tin-pot-dictators have cast doubt on the Philippines being capable of being an independent self-reliant democratic nation hence much of the world would just shrug beyond the initial American hysteria. Manila is currently under the eye of the International Criminal Court for massive human rights violations and crimes against all of humanity,” she added. “What would China want with the Philippines? Just like the Americans it wants control over the South China Sea. The American leadership seeks money from weapons-sales kickbacks, and Beijing wants to feed its people.”

“The number one threat to women and children on the planet is men’s wars, Ms. Carter emphasized recently at a seminar for new humanitarian recruits heading to missions in troubled-spot warzones.

“China has already issued a cynical warning to Bongbong Marcos who following a state visit to China wherein he is walking away with megabucks worth of loot, he then made a deal with the United States to allow additional U.S. military bases in the Philippines to fight a war with China,” commented Simon Baldock, an Israeli security analyst based in Tel Aviv.

“I have read the communiques from China and it is clear to me that China has said, ‘not friends any longer’,” concludes Mr. Baldock.

The next time sailors see a green laser, there may be something heavier coming their way. The Philippines leadership has offered its territory to America to be used as a battleground for a war between two superpowers. Ferdinand (Bongbong) Marcos Jr. should have maintained neutrality, but now indicates he is willing to use any number of 110 million Filipinos as cannon fodder. This Manila war-making will have horrible consequences for the people of the Philippines but there is not potential gain for the Philippines. The sketchy islands it claims in conflict with China are also claimed by at least three other countries and according to the previous administration, not even within the Philippines extended economic zone (EEZ). Those families who can leave the country should do so as soon as possible in the next 12 months or less.”

American bases in Philippines under close surveillance by China

“On 6 February 2023 a Philippine Coast Guard vessel intruded into the waters off the Ren’ai Reef without Chinese permission. We hope the Philippine side will respect China’s territorial sovereignty and maritime rights and interests in the South China Sea and avoid taking any actions that may exacerbate disputes and complicate the situation. China and the Philippines are in communication on this through diplomatic channels,” said Wang Wenbin, yesterday. Mr. Wang is the spokesperson for the China ministry of foreign affairs.

China lights up Philippines vessel.

China breaks with Bongbong Marcos

“In the wake of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s state visit to China that raked in a grand harvest of trade and economic fruits, from opening billions-of -dollars-worth of durian exports for the Chinese market to a tourism rebound as millions of Chinese tourists start returning, plus $ 22.8-billions worth of investment pledge for the economic recovery of the Philippines – a difficult situation has since unfolded for President Marcos Jr. created by the visit of US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

“Secretary Austin was in the Philippines from January 31 to February 2 for talks about “deploying US forces and weapons in more Philippine military camps” and allegedly got four additional bases on top of the five already in operation in the south and north of the Philippines.” Citing: Washington is seeking to create chaos globally to defend its declining hegemon by Herman Tiu Laurel.

U.S. “stands with our Philippine allies in the face of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Coast Guard’s reported use of laser devices against the crew of a Philippine Coast Guard ship on February 6 in the South China Sea,” says U.S. State Dept. spokesman Ned Price in a statement which then goes on to threaten war.

“The United States stands with our Philippine allies in upholding the rules-based international maritime order and reaffirms an armed attack on Philippine armed forces, public vessels, or aircraft, including those of the Coast Guard in the South China Sea, would invoke U.S. mutual defense commitments under Article IV of the 1951 U.S. Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty.”

Peace in the south China sea is needed.

The West Philippines Sea Claimed by China seen from northern Luzon Island, Philippines Photo: Feminine-Perspective Magazine

“Evil men fight for control over oil and gas under the Asian Seas but Earth is already choking on the sh*t these men are burning. Meanwhile Beijing has 1,4 billion people to feed and it is worried about the future expansion of the unsustainable human population size. Our male leaders need to wake up to that irony and act like adults,” Ms. Carter said.

Feminine-Perspective Magazine is published by The RINJ Foundation which is vehemently opposed to the patriarch’s jingoism and war. All wars harm women and children far more than they harm the evil men who start these wars and keep them going. Caring, sharing, love, forbearance, dialogue-not acrimony, not lies but truth: these are the attributes of those who favour peace.