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Philippine Ship Bitch Slaps the Chinese

Posted by w_thames_the_d on March 29, 2014


By some insane Chinese ‘logic’, the entire South China Sea area belongs to them, for real humans, this is a joke.

Here is an excerpt of China trying to take over land in Philippine territory and how the Philippines handled it. Check out the bitch slap….

Excerpt

MANILA (2ND UPDATE)

3 Responses to “Philippine Ship Bitch Slaps the Chinese”

  1. Mig21 said

    Quote:

    The brutal Chinese Communist Party is using one of the oldest political tricks in the book. Trying to make its people focus their anger on an outside enemy when their true enemy is the CCP itself. Twenty years ago an average Chinese citizen was afraid to lock himself in his own bathroom and have one bad thought concerning the blood-thirsty CCP, but nowadays, the CCP is being cursed openly on the street.

    The Chinese Communist Party has more than a million of its comrades monitoring the internet because if it allowed its people to learn the truth concerning the millions of atrocities that it has committed since 1949, all the top
    leaders would either be executed or be put in prison. The brutal Chinese Communist Party has murdered over fifty million of its own people since 1949, since 1999 it has been attempting the blood-thirsty
    genocide of the tens of millions of innocent Falun Gong who live in Mainland China. To this end, the heinous CCP is using torture, slavery, organ harvesting and murder. Because of corporate greed, these
    atrocities and millions of others have been kept from the Western people by the Western media. The weak United Nations even appointed the brutal CCP a seat on its Human Rights Council this year. Shameful. Thank you
    for your concern.

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/philippine-supply-ship-evades-chinese-blockade-23110865

  2. dumdum said

    The Siege of Tuyen Quang was an important confrontation between the French and the Chinese armies in Tonkin (northern Vietnam) during the Sino-French War (August 1884 – April 1885). A French garrison of 630 men, including two companies of the French Foreign Legion, successfully defended the French post of Tuyen Quang against vastly superior Chinese forces (12000) in a four-month siege from 24 November 1884 to 3 March 1885.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Tuy%C3%AAn_Quang

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