US Asia-Pacific Alliance vs China

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“China has no intention in following international law and will invade neighbors whenever it can.” – AMDR

Commentary, news and Update to US, Philippines and Japan vs China: China has no intention in following international law and will invade neighbors whenever it can. Because of the rich oil and gas deposit shown in the illustration below, China had repeatedly expressed its indisputable historical territorial claims to almost all of South China Sea raising disputes with its neighboring countries in Asia posing a challenge to the region’s peace and security. Philippines won’t respond using military force in the wake of China’s reclamation activities in Spratly Islands, said Malacanang. Philippines is committed to pursue peaceful means to resolve disputes through UN arbitration against China’s nine-dash line claim.

Claimants in the Asia-Pacific region must contemplate the establishment of closer ties among their naval forces, while exploring potential avenues for closer, institutionalized intelligence-sharing and defense cooperation. Cooperation among claimants could start on gradual basis that would send a strong signal to China that the ASEAN can’t be divided on a bilateral basis.

It is also important that the claimant states coordinate and institutionalize their strategic network of defense cooperation with great powers such as the US and Japan; they need to develop a common approach to soliciting greater defense support from Japan and the US Joint-exercises and regularized defense, foreign ministry and track exchanges among Vietnam, the Philippines, Japan, and the US should be considered. Enhanced exchanges among these countries would bring about common understanding of China’s strategic intention to the South China Sea, thus, helping formulate a strategy to negate China’s provocation. See Seeking solution to South China Sea

The Philippines confirmed on Monday, June 9, that Indonesia has proposed a special meeting among foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to discuss rising tensions in the disputed South China Sea. The special meeting proposed by Indonesia is expected to ‘send a strong signal to China’. See PH weighs proposed ASEAN meet on South China Sea, How Asia alliances are forming against China, Vietnam to Philippines: United, we will win, Filipinos slam China for ‘Faults in Your Maps’

Anti-China rally held on Freedom Day

US warns China its actions in sea disputes are straining relations

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”
– Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Based on CCP‘s reality following international news events, China has been behaving lately like an international outlaw with expansion agenda: (1) the moving an oil rig at Vietnam’s EEZ, (2) illegal poaching by Chinese fishermen in Philippine territory and (3) building military bases at the Philippine’s own Mabini (Johnson), Malvar, Gaven, Hughes and Cuarteron reefs in Spratly islands.

I believe that regardless of a favorable outcome of the Philippine’s memorial submission to ITLOS, China will still use threats of force, intimidation, coercion and gunboat diplomacy because China will disregard the arbitration outcome and a tribunal can’t stop China from bullying its neighbors posing a complicated challenge to the region’s peace and security unless a necessary boost in military hardware upgrade capability in the Philippines is attained together with a US asia-pacific alliance, sanctions and a strong international support to militarily confront or deter China’s armed invasion collectively thereby upholding the rule of international law, unimpeded trade and freedom of navigation. What other viable peaceful options do we have to resolve China’s expansion agenda with invasive armed aggression?

Paul Reichler to face illegal China

Paul Reichler said, “There’s a price to be paid for branding yourself as an international outlaw, as a state that doesn’t respect, that doesn’t comply with international law.”

“In a court, or before an arbitral tribunal, a small state that is weaker militarily, economically, commercially, has the opportunity at least to compete on equal terms with a much larger, more powerful state.”

“Once the tribunal issues its ruling, it’s game over for the two parties. “It’s not appealable, and it is binding.”

“I’m not in a position to say how China will react,” he says. “My job is to say [to the Philippines]: ‘This is a good case for you to win or not.'”

“It’s a terrible blow to a state’s prestige to defy a tribunal’s decision,” he says.

See Tribunal orders China to answer Philippine pleading by Dec 15, 2014, China will ignore arbitral court’s request, Hearing on PH case over sea dispute seen before year-end even without China participation, International Court tells China: Answer Philippine complaint, China again dismisses Philippine Court case in UN over sea dispute, China rejects arbitral court’s order, US urges China to participate in sea row arbitration

Attorney Ted Laguatan said, “But essentially, here’s the reality: A huge, powerful alien force is at our gates, taking what is ours, kicking us in the gut and humiliating us. Even if we have filed a complaint in a UN Court, the decision will take time; China also says she would not respect any decision from that court. Meanwhile, Chinese forces continue to invade and take our territories. We are practically helpless. But with help from superpower United States, China’s aggression could possibly be deterred.”

“We desperately need EDCA. We definitely also must never allow Chinese military bases within striking distance of our territory.”

Reefs reclamation China’s way to assert 9-dash line claim

“You can ensure the safety of your defense if you only hold positions that cannot
be attacked.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Philippine losing territory

China’s land reclamation on reefs in the West Philippine Sea is its way of asserting its claim to almost the entire South China Sea that no other country recognizes, a Filipino security expert said on Saturday.

Jose Antonio Custodio, a security expert and military historian, also warned that the Philippines was already losing its territory to the Chinese.

With the reclamation of land on various reefs in the Spratly Islands, the Chinese are “expanding,” Custodio told the Inquirer in a phone interview.

“De facto, they are practically occupying areas that we claim … and strengthening the nine-dash line,” Custodio said, referring to China’s demarcation on official maps of its claim over 90 percent of the 3.5-million-square-kilometer South China Sea.

China, Custodio said, is establishing a chain of occupied territories in the West Philippine Sea, “cutting off the garrisons, hoping that we ourselves would pull out, finding it unsustainable to keep our garrisons there.”

Taking note of the geopolitical issues in the Asia-Pacific region as well, Custodio said China may be eyeing two results with the strategy: frustrating the Philippines’ territorial claims as the “short-term” goal and denying the United States of movement in the region as the “long-term” objective.

For Custodio, the Philippines should start strengthening its Coast Guard to protect its seas since the Chinese are deploying their own Coast Guard vessels there.

Custodio said that while the Philippines was “setting the moral high ground” by following the informal code of conduct among Spratly claimants, it is gradually losing parts of its territory.

Custodio was referring to the 2002 Declaration of Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea, a nonbinding agreement with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) to keep the status quo in the disputed waters.

“The Chinese are not following the code of conduct, we’re the only ones following [it],” Custodio said.

Why China military base in West Philippine Sea is a ‘game changer’

International law trumps China’s claims, Carpio says

China’s invasion and occupation of Mischief Reef in 1995 and Scarborough Shoal in 2012 are acts of armed aggression against the Philippines that violate the United Nations Charter, Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said Friday.

Carpio, in a speech before the Philippine Women’s Judges Association at De La Salle University, said China is also threatening to forcibly evict Philippine Marines aboard the shipwrecked RPS Sierra Madre in Ayungin Reef within the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the Spratlys.

The Philippines is not the lone target of China, according to Carpio. He said Beijing also committed armed aggression against Vietnam in the Paracels in 1974 and Fiery Reef Cross in 1988.

“The world is now familiar with the expansionist designs of China in the South China Sea. China’s creeping invasion of the islands, rocks and reefs, as well as of the waters, of the South China Sea grows in force and aggressiveness each day as China’s naval forces assume greater superiority over those of other coastal states,” he said.

Carpio said China is using force and is making up historical falsehoods because its position is weak under international law.

“China’s claim of sovereignty over South China Sea is an egregious lie, inconsistent with historical facts and its own pronouncements,” he said.

Carpio said that under international law, historical information is irrelevant in the settlement of maritime disputes. “Yet, China insists without basis,” he said.

“Even if we indulge China in its claims, historical facts, ancient maps, and former Chinese constitutions disprove China’s 9-dash claim,” Carpio said. See China’s invasion is armed aggression

Carpio said in the early 17th century, Hugo Grotius, the founder of international law, wrote that “the oceans and seas of our planet belonged to all mankind, and no nation could claim ownership to the oceans and seas.”

This revolutionary idea of Hugo Grotius later became the foundation of the law of the sea under international law. See Ph Justice Carpio debunks China’s historical claim of South China Sea

Carpio pointed out that the 9-dashed claim of China is based on “historical lies.” See SC Justice cites historical records to disprove China sea claims, SC justice says China’s claim ‘a gigantic historical fraud’, Published: Full text of Justice Carpio’s presentation on China’s ‘Historical Lies’

“The world should know by now that China is a danger to the civilized world. It has no intention in following international law and will invade neighbors whenever it can. It’s time for the world to push back because appeasing the greedy and morally corrupt never works. This is the lesson of World War II.” – Asean Military Defense Review (AMDR)

“Selfishness is the real enemy of peace. Selfishness is the father of all evil. To defeat others is the starting point of hatred and vengeance.” – Buddha Quotes

“The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

“If you lose security, you lose sovereignty.” – Cong. Roilo Golez

“In 2-3 years’ time, Mabini Reef will be the virtual unsinkable aircraft carrier,” Golez added.

Why China military base in West Phillipine Sea is a ‘game-changer’

The illustrations, videos and the following noteworthy news events show CCP’s self-serving land grabbing behavior pattern with expansion agenda as an international outlaw and bully using ‘gunboat diplomacy’ in South China Sea’s Philippines and Vietnam violating the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and Declaration on the Conduct (DOC):

May 8, 2014: Why China is putting an oil rig off Vietnam coast?, Photos of dead turtles in Chinese ship angers Filipinos, Watch Chinese ships destroy coral reefs near Pagasa, Chinese fishing in disputed waters threatens PH marine life, PH, 3 other governments vow to crack down on poaching of marine turtles, China urged to follow treaty on sea, wildlife protection

Photos of dead turtles in Chinese ship

May 11, 2014: ASEAN leaders call for united stand on sea disputes with China

May 12, 2014: ASEAN to China: Stop raising tension in Sea

May 14, 2014: Philippines: China may be building airstrip at disputed Mabini (Johnson) reef, China’s airstrip in Spratlys could be the first step in air defense zone, PH: Spratlys’ airstrip affirms case vs China, Designs of China’s planned base on Mabini reef surface, Aquino disturbed by Chinese ships moving to reefs in Spratlys dispute, DND: China’s reclamation in 2 more reefs worsening situation, Photos confirm China reclamation; experts hit degradation in Spratly


We desperately need EDCA. We definitely also must never allow Chinese military bases within striking distance of our territory. China’s military base in Philippine territory must absolutely be blocked

This series of photographs, which were released by the DFA and gathered from Philippine intelligence sources, shows in stages the extensive reclamation by China on Mabini Reef (Johnson South Reef). These actions are considered destabilizing and in violation of the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC) and international law. Mabini Reef is part of the Kalayaan Island Group (KIG) which is part of Philippine territory. See PH proves ‘destabilizing’ China moves in Spratlys, US: Militarization of Spratlys to raise tensions, China paper backs non-peaceful steps against Vietnam and Philippines, PH Vietnam urged to unite vs China over sea dispute; protest set, Vietnamese join Filipinos vs China bullying, Vietnam fishing boat rammed, sunk by Chinese ship, China tells Philippines off on reef reclamation, says ‘it’s none of your business’, DFA spokeman on China’s reclamation in West PH sea: “It’s our business.”, China reclamation violates ASEAN Code, says DND

May 17, 2014: “By supporting our Vietnamese neighbors, we are showing that we are all one on the issue of China’s aggression in the region and illegal usurpation of Paracel islands in the South China Sea,” said Loida Nicolas Lewis, chair of the US Pinoys for Good Governance.

“We object in the strongest possible terms China’s deployment last week of a deep sea oil rig known as HD-981 within Vietnam’s continental shelf. We therefore express solidarity with the Philippines against Chinese aggression in defiance of international law and UNCLOS (UN Convention on the Law of the Sea),” said Hoi Trinh of Philippine-based group Vietnamese Overseas Initiative for Conscience Empowerment (VOICE).

Rogelio Santos of Filipinos Unite added China’s installation of an oil rig in Vietnamese territory is a wake-up call to the international community.

“It clearly shows that China’s intentions, willingness and capability to illegitimately occupy and extract the resources of other nations in blatant defiance of international law are very real,” he said.

Santos said the setting up of the oil rig in the disputed waters sets the stage for how the international community must respond.

“This is why we, as Filipinos, stand against China’s actions together with our Vietnamese brothers and sisters – for they are now where we could have been and where we could be if we don’t nip these actions in the bud,” he added.

The militant Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya) assailed Beijing over the reclamation of land in Mabini Reef, saying China clearly violated the Philippine sovereignty based on “foul, false and ridiculous claim.”

Pamalakaya vice chairman Salvador France said the reclamation activity aimed at building an airstrip or an offshore military base is not only a provocative act but also a direct assault on Philippine sovereignty and territorial integrity. See PH move over Chinese reclamation project closely watched, Chinese military building artificial island, Chinese base looms Philippine waters, Golez warns

An attack in the PH will trigger US iron clad commitment

Bautista also said through the just concluded Balikatan exercise “Philippines and the United States jointly developed a platform for regional engagement, enhanced our military capabilities, learned from each other and advanced interoperability and capacity in joint planning execution.”

On a different occasion Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma, Friday, May 16 said that though government is taking the diplomatic process in solving dispute with China, AFP is ready to defend our country. When asked if what preparations the military is doing, he said it is better not to talk about it.

China, according to state owned tabloid Global Times, may resort to non-peaceful manner if provoked by Philippines or Vietnam. See PH must prepare for China response, AFP ready to defend the country against China, US will defend PH in war

China and the 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) signed an agreement in 2002 to refrain from occupying uninhabited reefs and shoals in the sea, and from building new structures that would complicate disputes.

“In our view, what they are doing there now is in violation of what we had agreed in the Declaration of Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea,” Aquino told reporters. See President Aquino accuses China of violating informal code on sea

To peacefully address maritime issues within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea:

An exclusive economic zone (EEZ) is the 230-mile (370-kilometer) stretch of sea where a country has exclusive rights to fish and exploit undersea gas and oil deposits under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

“This is a significant contribution to, and an example of, reasonable efforts to build a stable and peaceful regional community … in accordance with international law … to peacefully address maritime issues,” Foreign Undersecretary Evan Garcia said. See Philippines and Indonesia reach pact on sea dispute, How Asia alliances are forming against China

US Asia-Pacific Alliance vs China

“We cannot enter into alliances until we are acquainted with the designs of our neighbors.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

May 25, 2014: Amid a warning from China against military alliances in the region, the United States is working out a new “security architecture” in the Asia-Pacific with its strategic partners and treaty allies including the Philippines, official sources said.

The new security arrangement is being forged as regional tensions rise over China’s increasingly aggressive moves to stake its territorial claim over waters around it, including nearly the entire South China Sea.

New US bases, considered too expensive by Washington, are out, according to the sources. Instead, the United States will be working with “spokes” in the new security architecture as part of the pivot or rebalancing of US forces in the region.

The sources told The STAR that aside from the Philippines, the “spokes” would include Australia and Japan, and possibly Singapore and Thailand. Washington is also wooing Malaysia as a strategic partner.

Chinese president Xi Jin Ping issued the warning as Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam find common cause against aggressive Chinese moves to stake its territorial claim in the East China Sea and the so-called Nine-Dash Line in the South China Sea.

At the WEF session, US Admiral Locklear described the Nine-Dash Line as “rather ambiguous” as he called for a “baseline” and maintenance of the status quo in disputed waters.

He also said a “winner-take-all” attitude could not work in the region. See US forming new security alliance in Asia_Pacific, Expert: Sea row gives US chance to revive Asia-Pacific Alliance, Pinoy open to new security alliance with US, Hagel: New threats won’t distract us from beefing up military in asia, In dig at China, Japan PM says support Asean on freedom of sea, air, Hagel: China territorial claims destabilize region, Australia backs US, Japan against China, US Admiral:South China Sea friction threatens world stability, Germany calls for peaceful settlement of sea row, Canada, Britain back arbitration, Canada seeks to boost defense ties with Philippines

The United States is thus likely to find its system of alliances and partnerships in Asia an increasing source of contention with China. Senior U.S. policy makers have made clear that the United States has legitimate and important strategic interests in Asia. Moreover, the United States retains considerable strength as the dominant power in the region, even if some of its relative advantages have declined in recent years. The U.S. has reiterated the strategic value of its alliances and the importance of the interests of its allies. This leaves China, the United States, and its allies with increasingly complex and difficult decisions. Reassuring Beijing requires the U.S. to either weaken or redefine its alliance system to accommodate China’s security preferences. This could prove dangerously destabilizing as vulnerable countries realize they must take action to defend their interests. It would also mean a significant weakening of influence in a region of the world that is of vital strategic importance to the future of the U.S. economy. However, reassuring allies requires a greater U.S. willingness to confront China in sovereignty disputes and other issues. This risks deterioration in U.S.-China relations and potential destabilization of the regional order. China and the United States and its allies will need creative policy making to balance these competing concerns and ensuring lasting peace and stability in the region. See China and the US Alliance System

“And so America should lead not just because of whom we stand with – but what we stand for: freedom, justice, and the rule of law,” Rep. Paul Ryan said.

Ryan also stressed the need for the U.S. to have more “vision” that it does under the Obama administration. “That’s why our allies are so disappointed. We seem to have forgotten that part of our leadership: our vision.”

At the same time, likely to assuage Tea Party voters and a war-weary American public, Ryan stressed that the U.S. shouldn’t militarize its foreign policy or be the sole enforcer of international norms. Instead, he said that the U.S. should rely on similarly-minded allies to help uphold the international order and fight terrorism. In this sense at least, Ryan’s vision was indistinguishable from President Obama’s, despite being sharply critical of current U.S. foreign policy. See GOP presidential hopeful blasts China

G7 backs legal remedy, opposes coercion in South China Sea

PH defends US, Australia’s remarks vs China

Duowei: Xi Jin Ping may gear up for war to assert China’s authority

US for Pacific cooperation with India under Modi

India’s stake

As a rising Asian power, India cannot afford to ignore the developments and must take side with Vietnam going by international norms. It has developed strategic understanding with Vietnam and expanded economic and defence ties. State-run explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has a stake in a gas field in the Nam Con Son basin, off Vietnam’s south coast. Days after India and Vietnam agreed to additional presence by state-run ONGC in oil blocks in South China Sea, Beijing decided to set up oil rig to reinforce its territorial claims in the region. This surprised India as Chinese move came after ONGC decided to increase its presence in Vietnam. India has already five exploration blocs by its ONGC Videsh (OVL). It has selected only one of the five blocks that were offered in November 2013 and will assess the two new blocks also. Vietnam offered all the blocks to OVL without competitive bidding. See China Vietnam standoff over China’s oil rig disturbing, US hopes for Pacific cooperation with India navy under Narendra Modi, Obama: US to use military force if allies security in danger

President Barack Obama on Wednesday criticized the US Senate for its continued failure to ratify the Law of the Sea Convention, saying “we cannot exempt ourselves from the rules that apply to everyone.”

“It’s a lot harder to call on China to resolve its maritime disputes under the Law of the Sea Convention when the United States Senate has refused to ratify it – despite the repeated insistence of our top military leaders that the treaty advances our national security,” Obama said in a commencement address to graduates at the US Military Academy in West Point, New York. See Obama calls on US Senate to ratify UNCLOS

About Chinese Communist Party from Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party:

Despite occasionally disguising itself through restoring the reputation of its murder victims, the CCP’s bloodthirsty nature has never changed. It will be even less likely to change in the future.

The CCP holds up Marxism as its religious doctrine and shows it off as the unbreakable truth. The doctrines of the CCP lack benevolence and tolerance. Instead, they are full of arrogance.

The CCP promotes atheism and claims that religion is the opiate of the people. It used its power to crush all religions in China, and then it deified itself, giving absolute rule of the country to the CCP cult.

At the same time that the CCP sabotaged religion, it also destroyed traditional culture. It claimed that tradition, morality, and ethics were feudalistic, superstitious, and reactionary, eradicating them in the name of revolution.

The sole purpose of establishing the CCP was to seize power by armed force and then to generate a system of state ownership in which the state holds monopolies in the planned economy. The CCP’s wild ambition far surpasses that of the ordinary evil cults that simply accumulate money.

The possessing Party organization control state machinery and draw funds directly from the budgets of the governments at different levels. Like a vampire, the CCP has sucked a huged amount of wealth from the nation.

Even though the CCP appears to possess all the resources and violent apparatus in the country, if every citizen believes in the power of the truth and safeguards morality, the evil specter of the CCP will lose the foundation for its existence. All resources may instantly return to the hands of the just. That is when the rebirth of China will take place.

Only without the Chinese Communist Party, will there be a new China.

Only without the Chinese Communist Party, does China have hope.

Without the Chinese Community Party, upright and kindhearted Chinese people will rebuild China’s historical significance.

See UN rights chief urges China to tell the truth on Tiananmen Massacre, 25 years after: Private Commemoration of Tiananmen Protest riles Chinese police

Yearning for Truth 25 years after Tiananmen Massacre

Conclusion: Keeping myself up to date from international news about my homeland Philippines, the important question is, how do you deal with CCP’s expansion agenda with invasive armed aggression? I believe that knowing and exposing the enemy from a historical viewpoint on the true evil cultist nature of CCP, exposing the falsehood of China’s historical claims which are weak under international law through UN arbitration, plus upgrading the military capability of the Philippine armed forces, and with international support and the military assistance from superpowers such as the US and Japan allies and the Southeast Asia Alliance (Vietnam, Philippines, Australia, India, South Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia) are effective tactical strategies that will defend the Philippine archipelago from the internal invasion of New People’s Army (NPA) rebels, and from CCP’s naval military maritime incursion from the West Philippine Sea.

Noy given authority over AFP purchases from defense allies

Since the Chinese are deploying their own Coast Guard vessels in the disputed reefs establishing a chain of occupied territories along the EEZ of the Philippine territories, the Philippines should start strengthening its Coast Guard to protect its seas.

S. Korea to donate corvette to Philippine Navy before year-end

For the Philippine armed forces, the donation and accelerated procurement programs could finally give it the “minimum credible deterrent” Manila feels it need to make China, and others in the region, take the country a little more seriously. See South Korea gives Philippines warship to monitor China

China will grow in presence and strength in the hotly contested East China and South China Seas in the next years as it increases patrol capabilities to assert its maritime claims, the Pentagon said.

In its report to the United States Congress released last week, the US Department of Defense (DoD) said that China Coast Guard’s total force is expected to increase by 25 percent as Beijing presses its sovereignty in areas claimed in part by the Philippines.

“China identifies its territorial sovereignty as a core interest and emphasizes its willingness to protect against actions that China perceives challenge Chinese sovereignty,” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s office said.

“In the next decade, a new force of civilian maritime ships will afford China the capability to patrol its territorial claims more robustly in the East China and the South China Sea,” the report added.

Beijing is keen on showing the world its military capabilities while trying to convince its neighbors and the US that it is rising peacefully.

The Pentagon said that the staggering growth of China’s forces concerns the international community due to Xi Jinping’s administration’s lack of transparency in communicating its intentions. See Pentagon sees stronger Chinese presence in disputed seas, Beijing criticizes US report on Chinese military, US, allies not going to war vs China

This week a communiqué was issued in Brussels by the Group of 7 (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, US, United Kingdom) and the European Union declaring support for the right of territorial and maritime claimants to seek peaceful resolution of disputes in accordance with international law, including “legal dispute settlement mechanisms.” Inversely, the G-7 opposes any unilateral attempt to assert any claim through intimidation or force.

With China’s disregard to UN arbitration and international law’s UNCLOS by its illegal declaration of sovereignty to all of South China Sea with its unilateral attempts to assert its bogus 9-dash line claims through its show of intimidation or force in the Philippines and Vietnam, will the group of G-7 still remain silent to China’s military intentions or act on its mandate to oppose China’s actions now?

Since the problem is a state of unpreparedness – the lack of military capability of the AFP now, I believe that a viable alternative or contingency measure to the current sea dispute situation between China and the Philippines would be for the G-7 allies to provide the AFP with the necessary training and credible number of military hardware such as warships, missiles, fighter planes, and drones, on loans, to counter Chinese invasion of Philippine reefs and shoals. Well trained and credible armed Filipino soldiers have done their own fighting before against internal terrorists, in the Korean war and in WW2 and as first defenders before other nations will intervene, AFP will fight these Chinese invaders and outlaws again with a credible military hardware upgrade to protect its sovereignty and prevent further loss of more rich natural resource Philippine territories to China.

“To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“The consummate leader cultivates the Moral Law, and strictly adheres to method and discipline; thus it is in his power to control success.” – Ralph D. Sawyer, The Art of War

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“All warfare is based on deception.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, your victory will not stand in doubt; if you know Heaven and know Earth, you may make your victory complete.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“You can ensure the safety of your defense if you only hold positions that cannot be attacked.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“We cannot enter into alliances until we are acquainted with the designs of our neighbors.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

“There are not more than five primary colors (blue, yellow, red, white, and black), yet in combination they produce more hues than can ever been seen.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Its now up to CCP to pursue its evil act or not. Come what may, brave Filipinos and allies are ready.

One of the greatest threat to freedom and peace facing Asia now is the international outlaw Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

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