US admits: Its over, S. China sea belongs to China

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  1. G90

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    Have you read the article? If you cannot understand English then translate in to Chinese.
    The last line of the article is the reporter’s point of view, NOT OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM USA.

    “Obama administration signaled it would not intervene”, Singnaling is not official statement.
     
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    Read a little further, G90:

     
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    china is very powerful in south china sea.
     
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    china is very powerful in south china sea.
     
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    s002wjh Senior Member Senior Member

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    i don't ever forsee china interrupt the commerical shipping lane in the area, since themself are resource import country and require stable shipping lane in the area. the issue for us the freedom navigation of our navy in the area once china claim it.
     
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    The Chinese Navy is not powerful as yet.

    If is still a Brown Water Navy.
     
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    Hot spring navy
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Jumping Joe Navy? :rofl:
     
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    The last time I saw it is China picky backing Russia to save their rat.... against the U.S. as far as India's position is always an independent foreign policy .That means It take cares Its own .... :taunt:
     
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    Post Reported for insulting members of this forum. Please give your views only after you have learnt to do so politely.
     
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    Ray, I am serious, Iceland Navy is hot sprint navy,but they defeated UK three times, do you know?
     
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    English and Chinese doesn't not go side by side:taunt::taunt::taunt::taunt:
     
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    Hey is it? Can you give some reference links to verify your fact?
     
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    roma NRI in Europe Senior Member

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    i remember there was north sea oil diplomatic conflict in 70's between the two nations - disagreement over territorial waters of the oil rich north sea - but there never was any military action other than mere patrolling - so they never militarily defeated the uk or rather never "defeated" the ( british ) "royal" navy ?

    it would be good if you could let us know when were the "three times" that iceland navy "defeated the UK " as you put it, sir ?
     
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    Cod Wars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    After the Cod Wars, there was the Cod Peace. :-D
     
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    hot spring navy don't bite?
    so whatsoever color,
    [​IMG]
     
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    roma NRI in Europe Senior Member

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    Hi Ewald - ive read through the reference you gave and it CONFIRMS what i originally posted - there WAS agressive patrolling on those occasions - but was there ever a WAR ? even a limited one as in the falklands ? - i think not !

    agressive patrolling ( as i said ) - and they took the matter to international arbitration - that s' a war ?


    In the same reference you gave; i read that one blank round was fired - you call that a WAR ?? hehehe eheheh !

    cmon Ewald hey your english is a lot better than someone else's eh ? hehehehe
     
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    Not sure what language youre posting in - so sorry cant comment further ....
     
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