USA, China, Russia, Israel, Canada help Manila kill 35K Pinoy



Canada and America’s support of the Philippines may be “ironclad”, but nobody lifted a finger to prevent Manila losing its claim over parts of the tiny Paracel and Spratly archipelagos which China owns but many countries including Malaysia, Vietnam and Taiwan also claim. Without doubt, the Philippines never had a legitimate claim. And America’s massive military buildup in the Philippines is done regardless of the cost in Filipino lives to go to war with China and for no other reason.

Today the Marcos/Duterte Regime claims America cannot fight China from the Philippines. But America unequivocally speaks differently.

USN Guided Missile Cruisers in Philippines Waters

3 June 2023. The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Shiloh (CG 67) sails in formation alongside the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Antietam (CG 54) in the Philippine Sea, 3 June 2023. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ryre Arciaga.  Photo is enhanced for digital publication and cropped significantly. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“Manila’s claiming that stockpiling weapons to fight a war over Taiwan is excluded under the Enhanced Defence Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) is an outright lie, say officials in the Pentagon annoyed at being accused of doing something really stupid and not in the interest of America’s stated goals. “Our plan is to launch attacks against the Chinese from the air using multi-role aircraft we are basing on the runways we have elongated in the Philippines.”

That makes sense on the evidence of our photographs, video and what we see.


In Depth Research Report by Melissa Hemingway, Sharon Santiago, and Micheal John


American plans include bombing Chinese from the Philippines
American plans in the Philippines include aerial bombing the Chinese from the Philippines according to several sources in Washington and three on the bases plus the actions of the US Forces in the Philippines.

Ferdinand (Bongbong)  Marcos denies this saying that the USA is not allowed to stockpile weapons for defending Taiwan but did not say what those allegedly forbidden weapons might be. We have seen them unloaded and nothing seems to have been left behind.

The expendable F-16 fighters based in the Philippines have already been deprecated by the US Air Force and are entirely expendable.

“Whoever is advising Marcos should be canned,” said one airman who is completely open about the American operational readiness being established in the Philippines before being told in front of witnesses to STFU by a superior.

Video above: Americas largest military buildup is in the Philippines.


Two USA Carrier Groups in SCS

The USS Ronald Reagan and USS Nimitz sailing in the South Asian Sea in July 2020 did not show any interest in helping Philippines’ claims against Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Indonesia, Brunei and China for useless low-tide rocks in the Asian Seas. Photo credit: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Samantha Jetzer/US Navy


Philippines Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo said Washington would not be permitted to conduct activities that were not stipulated in the 2014 EDCA. But EDCA stipulates nothing.

We should believe that the United States continues to spend $billions USD to defend worthless low-tide rocks and seaweed that may not even technically be inside the Philippines EEZ?

“Our view is that EDCA is not aimed at any third country outside its meant-for use for the Philippines,” Manalo told a senate hearing. Joe Biden and at least twenty Biden officials and twenty or more Philippines officials have said that “U.S. Support for Manila is ‘Ironclad'” the meaning of which nobody who was asked could explain.

American F-16 Departs Clark Air BaseA USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon assigned to the 14th Fighter Squadron takes off from Clark Air Base, Philippines, 2 May 2023. Photo by Airman 1st Class Sebastian Romawac. Photo is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

USAF F-16 Readying for flight Clark Airbase Philippines

USA F-16 Fighting Falcon before a flight at Clark Air Base, Philippines, 2 May 2023. Photo by Airman 1st Class Sebastian Romawac. Photo is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

 

Military Industrial Complex and American $CASH over human rights.


F-16 Fighting Falcons Clark Air Base, Philippines, May 2, 20232 May 2023—USAF F-16s at Clark Air Base in the Philippines where the USA occupies 12 military bases in order to wage war with China. Without a mandate from the people of the Philippines the Marcos/Duterte government have allowed the USA to jeopardize the people of The Philippines in order to facilitate war on China in South and East Asia. May 2, 2023 photo by Airman 1st Class Sebastian Romawac. Photo is cropped. Photo-Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine


China preparations for war

“Invasion timing, or at least readiness for invasion, seems to be less than 12 months off, based on rumours and the obvious completion dates of sea trials and other shakedown maneuvers needed for operational  preparedness. Various military leaks have confirmed these suspicions but that is only a guess. According to some dated US documents, that timing is also supported by some US Navy strategists,” reports FPM.news correspondent Sara Qin in Beijing.

Concomitantly, that speculation is also what US President Biden is being told say people familiar with the matter who were not authorized to comment and requested anonymity. But China like the rest of the world is not immune to naval production extensions and sea trial delays.

Above: People’s Liberation Army Navy massive ‘Type 901’ Naval update program includes more 901 fast combat support ships like the Changbai Shan.

China's Navy is strong but still under buildAvove: Chinese Carrier strike group. Photo courtesy PLAN. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Below: Delivery of Type 075 Amphibious Assault (Force Delivery) Vessel

Type 075 Landing Craft starts sea trials

Delivery of Type 075 Amphibious Assault (Force Delivery) Vessel Yushen-class amphibious assault ships with an estimated displacement of over 20,000 tons compared to about 25,900 for the U.S. Navy’s San Antonio LPD-17 class amphibious ships, according to a 2021 Congressional Research Service report, “China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities – Background and Issues for Congress.” Photo Credit: China PLA Navy. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

The PLAN Type-075 can deliver dozens of tanks or hundreds of soldiers while carrying more than a dozen armed helicopters to the landing site.

“For political reasons, it may be true the Biden Administration is trying to provoke China to invade Taiwan now and not wait until the 2024 election campaign period which is China’s well-known schedule owing to sea trials of the necessary large landing craft warships now in build and those still in shakedown,” says security analyst.

Philippines uses weapons donated by allies to Kill HRDS

Murdered by the Philippines Armed Forces using American Weapons

According to Karinna Angeles, the author of a two year EJK study in the Philippines, “America brings only corruption, violence, death, rape, plunder and decay. It stood back and supported the murder of Filipino journalists, human rights defenders, and humanitarians like Aldren EnriquezAllan AguilandoAna Mariz EvangelistaAntonio ArellanoAriel EvangelistaArmando BuisanArtilito KatipunanCarlito BadionEliseo Jr. GayasEmerito PinzaEmmanuel AsuncionFroilan ReyesGalson CataminIgnacio Jr. ArevaloJay-ar MercadoJennifer TonagJesus Jr. PasonJohn FarochilinJohn HerediaJomar VidalJose Jerry CatalogoJose Reynaldo PorquiaLenie RivasLucresia Tasic, Mario Aguirre, Mark BacasnoMarlon MaldosMaurito DiazMelvin DasigaoMiguel DandyNora ApiqueRandall EchanisReynaldo KatipunanRolando DiazRomeo TorresRomy CandorRoy GigantoVernel MondrealWilly Rodriguez, and my dear friend Zara Alvarez.”


The RINJ Foundation women’s group is demanding that, Philippines, USA, China, Russia, Israel, and Canada provide full financial compensation for each family impacted directly by these and other EJK murders.

Philippines military and paramilitary units are using weapons donated or sold cheap by China, Russia, Canada, USA and Israel to murder critics, journalists, HRDs, land rights activists, and opposition politicians. Zara Alvarez (shown at left) was a Filipino human rights advocate, educator, paralegal, and prominent social activist who predominantly campaigned against human rights violations including extrajudicial killings during the administration of Rodrigo Duterte and failed running mate Bongbong Marcos. (Wikipedia) Zara Alvarez, former education director of the human rights alliance Karapatan, died on the spot after being shot six times on 17 August 2020 as she was heading home after buying food for dinner. She was the 13th member of the Karapatan human rights organization killed by the Philippines Military. In an interview with Al Jazeera’s 101 East presenter Mary Ann Jolley in 2019, Zara Alvarez accused the Philippines government of having a direct hand in the hundreds of deadly incidents against farmers on Negros Island. Photo credit:  Mark Saludes. Photo is cropped: Art / Cropping / Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

A 2 Year civil society probe that Canada & USA tried to suppress, proves USA, China, Russia, Israel, Canada & criminal leaders in Manila provide weapons to the Philippines Armed Forces + paramilitary units of the Philippines to help mass murder Filipino human rights defenders and journos with impunity. Tens of thousands are dead. Many are illegally imprisoned.

“This is a modern-day democide and racial conspiracy crime driven by the worst human rights violators on Earth,” say forensic statisticians in Singapore.


The Patriarch’s wars and the cash-paying Military Industrial Complex care not about human lives.

The Special Advisory Council on Myanmar (SAC-M) in January named most of these countries as suppliers of weapons and weapons-manufacturing assistance to the Myanmar dictatorship.

Clearly France, Germany, China, India, Russia, Singapore and the United States don’t care about human rights violations and extrajudicial killings by state governments in Myanmar and the Philippines.

“It’s some kind of Asian depopulation scheme they also want to take to Africa, I am told by a Filipino woman who works for a U.S. Senator, and who often shares the conversations among non-white professionals on Capitol hill in Washington DC, ” says Karinna Angeles of The RINJ Foundation who has been working on a research study in parallel to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

“There is a lot of talk within the United Nations and the ICC but neither do a thing and only pretend that they are taking action to end impunity for mass murders. Every couple of years the United Nations says how horrible things are in the Philippines but there may be accountability someday but, in the meantime they say, ‘harassment, threats, arrests, attacks, red-tagging against civil society actors, killings of HRDs as well as continued extra judicial killings of people blamed for being pot smokers or communists by paramilitary are the ways of controlling the people who disagree with the government on these and other related issues.'”

“This makes me wonder if these big-moneyed countries are bribing officials to stop talking about human rights offences while they make money in Myanmar selling weapons for killing the civilians there, and start a war with China from the land of corrupt Philippines officials, who are also among the worst human rights offenders on the planet,” she suggested.

A July 2016 zero-weight arbitral tribunal decision said that China’s claim of an overriding EEZ from its South Asian Sea turf and reef rocks was not valid but did not in any manner infer ownership to anyone from the paltry evidence brought to the tribunal.

On 12 July 2016, the ‘law of the sea’ arbitral tribunal adjudicating a Philippines’ 2013 case against China in the South Asian  Sea alleging China violated the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), ruled that major elements of China’s claim to the South Asian Sea—including its theoretical nine-dash line; recent militarization activities; and other malevolent activities in other nations’ coastal waters—were unlawful. China reacted bitterly to the Court ruling. But said nothing about ownership. History is clear on the ownership. The islands belong to China in every context, but that does not mean China can militarize those reefs and use them to threaten seagoers as it has done.


The West says it loves the Marcos/Duterte Regime because they will help defeat the other 6 challengers to the PH Island claims. So why did they need to buy the Philippines from Marcos?

Nothing could be further from reality than the Philippines’ claim of ownership of the Spratlys and America knows this. America never had the islands, and it gave what it owned from defeating the Spaniards to the Philippines. China unequivocally owns and controls The Paracels and Spratlys.

“The Paracels and Spratlys were handed over to China control from Japan after the 1945 surrender of Japan, since the Allied powers assigned China to receive Japanese surrenders in that area.” Wikipedia.

The 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea was firmly adopted by China on 10 December 1982.

Spratlys and Paracels were part of Europe’s militaristic attempts at colonizing Asia but eventual came to be owned by Hainan province long before the Japanese atrocities prior to WWII.

Chinese fishermen from Hainan in the early 19th century were annually sojourning on the Spratly Islands for part of the year. Nevertheless, ignoring China’s sovereignty over the islands, in 1877 the British launched the first colonization claims to the Spratlys.

When the Spratlys and Paracels were being surveyed by Germany in 1883, China protested and sent naval forces on inspection tours in 1902 and 1907 and placed its flags and markers on the islands. The Qing dynasty’s successor state, then called the Republic of China before it became ‘The People’s Republic of China’, claimed the Spratly and Paracel Islands under the jurisdiction of Hainan. Hainan is the smallest and southernmost province of mainland China, consisting of various islands in the South Asian Sea. (Wikipedia and DeMilitarize South China Sea Org.)

The Spratlys and the Paracels had—France argues–been conquered from France’s colonization efforts by Japan in 1939 although Japan had also colonized large regions of China including Hainan province which governed, the Spratlys and the Paracels.

(In late 1937, over a period of six weeks, Imperial Japanese Army forces brutally murdered hundreds of thousands of people—including both soldiers and civilians—in the Chinese city of Nanjing.) –The Nanking Massacre

Japan administered the Spratlys during the wars via Taiwan’s jurisdiction which it then owned and the Paracels via Hainan’s jurisdiction which it had colonized in and around 1937.

The Paracels and Spratlys were handed back over to China control from Japan after the 1945 surrender of Japan, since the Allied powers assigned the devastated China to receive Japanese surrenders.

The Philippines claims the northeastern section of the Spratly Islands as the Kalayaan Island Group, in addition to the Scarborough Shoal, which it calls the Bajo de Masinloc. Malaysia claims part of the Kalayaan Island, while China and Taiwan claim the entirety of the island group. But the United States has explained several times that the islands were never part of what the Americans received from the Spaniards and thus were never part of the territories handed over to the Philippines.

Disputes in the Asian Seas involve both island and maritime claims within the region of the Asian Seas by several sovereign states, namely Japan, Brunei, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
Entering into the fight are warships mainly from the United States, supported by warships from India, Australia, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, and the Philippines in a much smaller capacity.
Supporting the fight against China are an estimated 300 thousand troops  mostly from America and supported by Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
Additional nuclear warhead ballistic missiles were introduced into the region in 2019 by America according to then Secretary of Defense Mark Esper.
The AUKUS is an Asian Seas initiative, a nuclear submarine project to give to Australia, American and British nuclear technology. It will also facilitate sharing of information in a number of artificial intelligence, underwater warfare systems, and quantum, cyber, and long-range strike capabilities. Australia’s Scott Morrison said at the time that Australia will also enhance its long-range strike capabilities through the purchase of Tomahawk cruise missiles and extended range Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles. Click image to enlarge. Graph and artwork Feminine-Perspective Magazine. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag


 

The Risk of War between China and the Philippines while hosting China’s enemy according to ChatGPT

“It is difficult to predict the exact outcome of a war between China and the Philippines. However, it is likely that the Philippines would suffer significant damage and loss of life. Additionally, the Philippines would likely be at a significant military disadvantage due to China’s larger and more advanced military. The economic and political consequences of such a war would also likely be severe for the Philippines. It is important to note that war is a destructive and harmful event, and all efforts should be made to avoid it.”