China's Military Parade: A Warning to Japan and the US

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  1. Ray

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    The bon homie between India and the US and the focus on Pivot Asia has spooked China so badly that not only they have departed from norm of holding the parade every 10 years, but also has copycatted India of inviting a foreign leader to be the Chief Guest.

    This move by the US and India is being taken by China as a serious threat since Pivot Asia policy of the US is concretising as Japan and Australia are already on board. What is more worrisome to China is that South Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Philippines are would be willing partners to join the merry band. that will ruin China's free run and frolic in the South China Sea, Pacific and the Indian Ocean - a string of nettles so to say in the poetic way the Chinese couch their strategic projects. And Russia is not too keen of finding a Superpower on its Eastern South which has a glad eye on Russian properties in Russia's Far East.

    China will now realise the sagacity of Bodhidharma - The ignorant mind, with its infinite afflictions, passions, and evils, is rooted in the three poisons. Greed, anger, and delusion.
     
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  3. shiphone

    shiphone Senior Member Senior Member

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    the indian style narcissism is always amusing ...Lol...
    but the ignorance would be much surprising and to be despised in such an internet highly developed times..

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    Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Regular Press Conference on January 23, 2015
    Russian's yearly victory day parade on 9th May....LOL..(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victory_Day_(9_May) )

    under the principle of reciprocity , China would held own victory day parade in Aug/Sep this time

    funny thing is ,this arrangements has been decided long time ago...Lol..

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    BTW...

    .and some idiot didn't know the latest three China National Day parade were held on 1984, 1999, 2009 , in early 1950s, the parades were held every year for 10 years....

    .and the idiot didn't know the Khrushchev, Ho Chi Minh ,Norodom Sihanouk etc.. attended quite some China National Day parades in 1950s and recent ones... LOL>.
     
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    Inane remark.

    China is famed for its conformist regimentation.

    Deviation is blasphemy.

    If China was non conformist, it would not take Deng to wait for Mao's death to say that 'Mao was 30% wrong and 70% right' that all Chinese then started to parrot deviating from their earlier Mao 100% right chant.

    Therefore, to deviate from the precedence of 10 year gap between Military Parades is indeed a astonishing departure.

    As if the fact that a foreign leader will be the first time the Chief Guest at this military parade.

    Oh sure, China will trot out some excuse to justify and that is natural. If it would not be 70 years of World War pizazz, it could be even commemoration of Deng's baby's birth. Anything to justify.

    Chicanery is a Chinese pastime and such pulling wool does not work they don't understand in these modern times.

    God's own Truth is that China has been spooked by the US India bon homie and the strengthening of the Asia pivot that hits at the jugular of China's free-wheeling hegemonic adventure.

    Chinese are real gurughantals.




    @shiphone;997321

    Was 2009 the 60th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and World War II, when the last military parade was held?

    If not, what was the reason?

    But then you could always say that it was to celebrate the Chinese year of the Ox.

    Yes Oxes require to be commemorated.

    The 60th Anniversary of War of Chinese People's Resistance Against Japanese Aggression is 2005 and not 2009. So?
     
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    1edited...2009's is the national parade on 1st Oct for 60's birthday of New China (1949-2009)... LOL...hopeless indeed..the one in 1999 for 50th birthday, in 1984 for the 35th birthday ...etc..

    2.the 60th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and World War II was in 2005, some idiot even don't know the end date of WWII in 1945? Weren't there quite some Army men from the Indian subcontinent fought the war under the 'meter flag' ?

    BTW, in case the clumsy couldn't understand... isn't India celeberating the "Republic day" and "Independence Day" with Military Parade respectively?

    3. since for the first time China president would attend the Russian victory day parade on May 9th in Moscow, and under the principle of reciprocity, Putin would attend the similar activity in Beijing later...that's why a parade prepared ....Lol..
     
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    China's vice minister of public security and head of the Beijing Public Security Bureau, Fu Zhenghua - For the first time, China will hold a military parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War
    China to hold first military parade dedicated to WWII victory - Xinhua | English.news.cn

    So, suddenly China has realised that it must celebrate it has to commemorate the end of WW II?

    Why waking up so late?

    Amnesia or Alzheimer's?

    Only one mentally challenged would not realise the chicanery involved to find some excuse to do a tit for tat having been spooked by the fear of being targeted at the jugular.

    If not to commemorate the end of WW II, some other excuse would have been fished out like Day of the Pigs and Sheep Anniversary or some such tripe. China is good at that.

    I am aware that the Chinese are crude, but do desist using abusive words or else you will quit abusing the privileges granted to you.

    Idiots may not know when the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and World War II was celebrated, but since I am no idiot I know and that is why I stated the date. The fact that many Chinese don't know that is why they are labelling this conjured rabbit of a magician's hat military parade as victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and World War II

    Military Parade in China is held on the National Day (October 1). On this day back in 1949, the Chinese people, under the leadership of Communist Party of China, declared victory in War of Liberation. A grand ceremony was held at Tian’anmen Square. At the ceremony, Mao Zedong, Chairman of the Central People's Government, solemnly declared the founding of P.R.C. and raised the first national flag of China in person. 300,000 soldiers and people gathered at the square for the grand parade and celebration procession. National Day Holiday is of one week, which was called the Golden Week.

    Since the foundation of New China, 13 National Day military parades have been held in total up to now, displaying the profound achievements accomplished in the construction of the PLA and showcasing the new spirits of PLA military officers and soldiers.

    1949: Highlight of the PRC founding ceremony
    1950: A special form of war mobilization
    1951: A demonstration of “a nation at arms”
    1952: A new member added to the people´s army
    1953: The high-profile appearance of "Katyusha"
    1954: The final glory of “China’s Cossacks”
    1955: Ending the army’s history of an unranked military
    1956: Military symphony in the rain and wind
    1957: Domestically-made fighters soar in the blue sky
    1958: A collective appearance of cadets from military colleges
    1959: Different parade Commander and parade Director
    1984: Take great strides along the road to socialism with Chinese characteristics
    1999: The PLA displays turn of the century style

    Now note this from China Daily
    How look at the double speak of CCTV and Chinese like you with the historical dates and facts

    As usual the double speak, obfuscation with facts, high rhetoric and hyperbole that is patently Chinese including you.

    Now tell me that there is a lot of difference between 'Resistance' and 'Defeating Aggression'.

    Or say that everything is the same since China is blessed with 100 years of National Shame.

    But the Chinese always rises to the flavour of the Season and a great chameleons.

    Got that Steve? Guess who is the idiot?
     
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    They have held parades before. Why is it suddenly a warning to other nations? Way I see it, it was a warning all along.
     
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    @Ray
    Thats the one thing in which they hide their incompetence sir. Just like their commie counterparts .

    That apart

    I think we can read this news along the line of this news too sir.

    China Flight Tests New Stealth Jet During Obama Visit

    This incident they pushed aside saying that the Administrative people was not aware of the test scheduled on that date. :D
     
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    @Ray
    Thats the one thing in which they hide their incompetence sir. Just like their commie counterparts .

    That apart

    I think we can read this news along the line of this news too sir.

    China Flight Tests New Stealth Jet During Obama Visit

    This incident they pushed aside saying that the Administrative people was not aware of the test scheduled on that date. :D
     
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    So the whole parade is because China is afraid of the Obama - Modi meeting? Despite the fact the the parade was scheduled even before Modi's election as prime minister?

    ROFL! Whenever I need a little comedy, I go through the latest of your China-is-an-evil-empire threads.


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  12. Ray

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    No, no one is afraid of anyone.

    How convenient to state that the Chinese Parade was planned earlier than the Obama visit.

    That is why it is being reported now!

    If it were so, then why all the media hype from China about the Parade after the visit?


    Example
    You like a little comedy, bully for you. The above is there right from China.

    And You Chinese posters are a total comedy all the time. No little, but BIG Time.

    China is not an Evil Empire. The COMMUNIST Chinese are heading China and making it appear to be an evil Empire. Lots of Difference.
     
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    China has prade in the pass. This one is no different especially it's 70th after wwii
     

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