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    #381
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    Half naked chinese national eating at chowking gensan



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    i would have asked them to show him the door.
    there is actually a law against that type of attire in public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i would have asked them to show him the door.
    there is actually a law against that type of attire in public.
    These types of mainlanders are completely disrespectful. They feel some kind of superiority over our whole country.

    I wouldn't be surprised if some deranged individual with means and opportunity starts taking drastic measures.

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    #383
    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    Half naked chinese national eating at chowking gensan



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    Unrefined and uneducated.

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    #384
    Quote Originally Posted by kisshmet View Post
    ^it won't drive the chinese out of these territories occupied recently but they cant go build more artificial islands, they cant proceed on taking pagasa island with maritime militias without invocation of mutual defense treaty

    The Americans withdrew from the INF treaty to be ready to strike back at china should the Chinese decide to pull the trigger

    South china sea isn't exclusive chinese territory..that's what the Hague ruling is all about and the world powers are enforcing it

    Trading is an inherent right of every nation..claiming territories is another matter



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    I'm sorry but I think you're misunderstanding what a FONOP really is. It's not a definitive action that demands China and other claimants to stop their construction and reclamation activities in WPS.

    A FONOP is basically just a demonstration by US and friends that they do not acknowledge any excessive maritime claim. Of course such action is provocative and the Chinese feel disrespected because their "indisputable sovereignity" claim is not being honored but do you think they'll be stupid enough to start firing out of anger and frustration? Probably not because it goes against their long term strategy. They'll just react strongly with words and flex their own military muscle as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madball View Post
    I'm sorry but I think you're misunderstanding what a FONOP really is. It's not a definitive action that demands China and other claimants to stop their construction and reclamation activities in WPS.

    A FONOP is basically just a demonstration by US and friends that they do not acknowledge any excessive maritime claim. Of course such action is provocative and the Chinese feel disrespected because their "indisputable sovereignity" claim is not being honored but do you think they'll be stupid enough to start firing out of anger and frustration? Probably not because it goes against their long term strategy. They'll just react strongly with words and flex their own military muscle as well.
    Basically, it is a country's way of saying "this is international waters" so it is our right to pass through unimpeded. The US does this to other countries as well including the PH. Funny how FONOPs are normally conducted by armed naval vessels and not civilian maritime vessels. I guess you can call that forceful way of enforcing freedom of navigation.

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    #386
    Quote Originally Posted by madball View Post
    I'm sorry but I think you're misunderstanding what a FONOP really is. It's not a definitive action that demands China and other claimants to stop their construction and reclamation activities in WPS.

    A FONOP is basically just a demonstration by US and friends that they do not acknowledge any excessive maritime claim. Of course such action is provocative and the Chinese feel disrespected because their "indisputable sovereignity" claim is not being honored but do you think they'll be stupid enough to start firing out of anger and frustration? Probably not because it goes against their long term strategy. They'll just react strongly with words and flex their own military muscle as well.
    I agree. China, with all their military might, is wary of an armed conflict. An good example is Taiwan. As for Hong Kong, world is watching & waiting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    i would have asked them to show him the door.
    there is actually a law against that type of attire in public.
    Actually it's not only in the Philippines, kahit dito baw ang ganyan.

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    #388
    Quote Originally Posted by falken View Post
    Unrefined and uneducated.

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    Dati na silang unrefined and uneducated, problema naman sa next generation, bcoz the parents have money, puro naman mga soiled brats or what they called little emperors.
    Quote Originally Posted by bloowolf View Post
    I agree. China, with all their military might, is wary of an armed conflict. An good example is Taiwan. As for Hong Kong, world is watching & waiting.


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    What I've heard is that China won't meddle sa nagaganap now sa HK, ipaubaya daw nila sa HK government to settle the problem, they won't bite the trap daw that the US and it's ally laid out, yan ang mga kwento dito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinrem View Post
    Dati na silang unrefined and uneducated, problema naman sa next generation, bcoz the parents have money, puro naman mga soiled brats or what they called little emperors.
    and those rich kids have no values

    they get drunk, crash their luxury cars killing or injuring people like wala lang...

    coz their parents' money and connections can buy them out of trouble

    money is their god

    What I've heard is that China won't meddle sa nagaganap now sa HK, ipaubaya daw nila sa HK government to settle the problem, they won't bite the trap daw that the US and it's ally laid out, yan ang mga kwento dito.
    the West expects China to send in tanks like Tianamen but China ain't gonna do what the West expects

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    the protests in HK are tearing families apart according to a HK-based friend

    older folks, parents want things to return to normal but the younger gen keep on protesting

    nag aaway mga anak at magulang

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    those protesters are destroying their world class infrastructure (like MTR)

    it doesn't make sense

    it's like destroying appliances and furniture in your house coz you're mad at your neighbor

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    kung ako China i'd leave them alone

    let HK residents destroy HK
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinrem View Post
    Actually it's not only in the Philippines, kahit dito baw ang ganyan.

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    kahit sa ibang bansa yan ang complain sa mga mainlander

    kasi sa hometown nila yan ang behavior nila

    dura kahit saan, di pumipila...

    nagka pera nakaka travel dala dala parin ung ugali kahit saan

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