Voices from Russia

Sunday, 16 April 2017

16 April 2017. Keep it Simple… China Wants Peace… Trump Wants War… What Do YOU Want?


The Anglos are clueless (as usual)… they think that the Chinese are backing them and their reckless threats. I’d say this… China doesn’t want American troops on her border… full stop. That’s not up for negotiation. China is ready to intervene if the USA tries attacking the DPRK. The Chinese will cross the Yalu if the Americans try anything. China will back the DPRK, if only as the lesser of two evils (it may topple Kim, but not the communist state). China will NEVER allow the USA to put down the DPRK, and the DPRK knows it. In other words, Trump is spouting shit, yet again. Unfortunately, he’s a bullshitter with access to the nuclear weapons codes… that’s why we must take a care. However, Pence is worse… he’s a religious fanatic who’d use nuclear weapons to hasten the Apocalypse… I kid you not. Trump is bad, but he’s not the worst… do reflect on that. I can assure you that the Russians, Chinese, and Iranians have done so. So should you…



Saturday, 29 September 2012

29 September 2012. RIA-Novosti Infographics. Sino-Japanese Dispute over the Senkaku Islands


The territorial dispute between China and Japan escalated after Tokyo officially decided to buy three islands of the Senkaku archipelagoBeijing, which considers the islands an integral part of the People’s Republic of China, announced the deal illegal and invalid. On 26 September, speaking at the UN General Assembly in New York, Japanese Prime Minister Noda Yosihiko said that his country wouldn’t compromises in the dispute with China regarding the Senkaku Islands. In response, a Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman said, “Some countries, ignoring historical facts and international law, flagrantly violate the sovereignty and territorial integrity of other countries”, referring to the Japanese government.

The Senkaku Islands (Chinese: Diaoyu) are located in the East China Sea, about 170 kilometres (106 miles) northeast of Taiwan. According to a statement in Beijing, China first discovered the archipelago in 1371. In 1895, according to the Treaty of Shimonoseki, which ended the First Sino-Japanese War, China ceded the islands to Japan. After World War II, the USA took over the islands and it transferred them to Tokyo in 1972. Both Taiwan (Republic of China) and the PRC believe that Japan holds the island illegally. In turn, the Japanese government said that China and Taiwan began to claim the islands in the 1970’s, when it became clear that the area was rich in minerals.

27 September 2012



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