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    well, well, well.

    Philippines calls out China on ramming of Vietnamese vessel | News | GMA News Online

    medyo nakakagulat itong balitang ito ah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    well, well, well.

    Philippines calls out China on ramming of Vietnamese vessel | News | GMA News Online

    medyo nakakagulat itong balitang ito ah.
    I hope this becomes a daily routine

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrkenneth View Post
    Filipinos should handle this through diplomacy because the Philippines cannot win a war against China and their allies will not help them.
    There is no "war". Si Boy Finger lang naman ang nananakot na pag pumalag tayo sa China e magkakagyera.

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    At last pumalag din ang pinas sa boat ramming ng chinese ship sa isang vietnamese vessel. Something very surprising. China taking Philippine Islands

    Makes you wonder kung authorized ni teddy boy iyong statement na iyan since usually madaldal siya pag dating sa mga ganyansl.


    Philippines 'deeply concerned' over sinking of Vietnamese boat by Chinese ship | Philstar.com

    do what you gotta do so you can do what you wanna do

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    Fock China


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    remember the hamonhon island protest just before the holy week? well, tumiklop nanaman tayo sa sovereignty at quarantine policies ng national gov't

    FYT - FIRST ON FYT: DENR backtracks, allows Chinese-manned... | Facebook

    bro yatta, malaking mining company ba ito? mukhang may influential backer

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    Apparently, doesn’t just happens in the Philippines
    6 Minutes Australia - Dirty rotten scoundrels | Facebook


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    beijing has established new districts in the disputed paracel and spratley islands

    China steps up governance of South China Sea | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News
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    Quote Originally Posted by baludoy View Post
    beijing has established new districts in the disputed paracel and spratley islands

    China steps up governance of South China Sea | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News
    Maritime expert Prof. Jay Batongbacal said China's creation of new districts is an attempt to demonstrate that it has absolute control of the disputed waters.

    If no other state objects, it can be interpreted as consent.

    "Absence of protests on the part of the other countries, especially those directly affected, will be seen and portrayed as acquiescence and acceptance or recognition of the exercise of such control as valid," he told Inquirer.net on Monday.


    It will be a recognition of China's sovereignty in the area, and the validity of its claims despite their being obviously excessive, illegal and unsupported by law or facts, he said.

    Retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, who played a crucial role in securing the Philippines' historic victory against China at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, urged the Philippine government to object to China's creation of new districts.


    "DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs) should protest because Fiery Cross (Kagitingan) Reef is part of our Kalayaan Island Group. Vietnam already protested. If we do not protest, China will later claimed we acquiesced," he told INQUIRER.net.


    Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario said this move only goes to show that "China has been relentless in exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic as it continues to pursue its illegal and expansive claims in the South China Sea to the prejudice of Filipinos, Asean states and the international community as a whole."
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