- Posted December 16, 2012 by
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China is the Trouble Maker in the South China Sea: Part II
Are these the noble acts of a non-trouble maker in the region?
As I wrote then for the China Daily Mail, December 4, China’s imperialist designs; showing it’s ugly head and bloody arms (South China Sea):
However, “new rules that take effect on January 1 will allow police in the southern Chinese province of Hainan to board and seize control of foreign ships” which “illegally enter” Chinese waters, that according to the official China Daily on Thursday.
Indeed, as the Secretary-general of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Surin Pitsuwan stated: “the Chinese plan was a very serious turn of events”.
Further, Mr. Surin has warned that:
“It certainly has increased a level of concern and a level of great anxiety among all parties, particularly parties that would need the access, the passage and the freedom to go through…”
I overwhelmingly concur with Mr. Surin’s unusually strong language in depicting the said plan of China that “could trigger a major incident that would affect confidence in East Asia, a key engine of global economic growth.”
The provocative editorial also said that Manila was “deceiving” itself if it believed it could count on support from countries like the United States and Japan, adding that it was also “apparently underestimating China’s resolve to defend its sovereignty and core interests.”
I certainly agree with China on this score! The Filipinos are not stupid to rely either to the US or Japan! Their business is their business, our business is our business and China has no business whatsoever hanging around at the West Philippine Sea. Hence, mind your own business and back off from our territory!
I overwhelmingly concur with Manila’s consistent position and ardent call “for a multilateral approach to dealing with the sea disputes, as well as peaceful resolutions in accordance with international law…”
The problem is: as always “China has insisted disputes should be dealt with using bilateral negotiations.”
Again, to restate the central substantive question of this perennial regional dispute:
Who is the true bloodied trouble maker of the region?
To China: don’t dare us; because we will surely fight back… to the death!
We are warning you too!
Jose Mario Dolor De Vega
College of Arts
Department of Philosophy
Polytechnic University of the Philippines