Why is China Reclaiming The Kalayaan Group of Islands?

This is an open letter to all Maharlikans, the original name for the inhabitants of the Philippines.
Nowadays, one need Google Earth only to determine exactly where these islands legitimately belong to, with consideration to the 200 nautical mile economic exclusivity clause [EEZ] of the UN maritime law.

distance between spratly's and mainland philippines

But why is China asserting its illegitimate claims over the Kalayaan or Spratly Group of Islands? Is she just simply bullying smaller countries as Obama said? Or, is there a deeper rationale why these infrastructures are needed to be put in place.
Just as NATO removed the legitimate government in Kiev in favor of a Nazi regime to threaten Russia, the United States will also try to reestablish its military foothold in this country solely for the purpose of containing China, in the very near future.
The mainstream media, foreign and domestic, are now dedicating full pages of articles with satellite images of Chinese turbocharged reclamation efforts in the area as only China could do. This is to inflame our countrymen’s sentiment against the Chinese in the hope of pushing the public to approve the United States long-held plan to reestablish military installations in the country once again.
Are there any legitimate signs that China is really planning to invade or annex the country for its own advantage? Does China have imperialistic ambitions, historically or otherwise, in the first place?
When was the last time China invaded a country for its own vested agenda?
Is China throwing her full weight over territories like Taiwan and Hong Kong, both unquestionably Chinese lands? Or, is she allowing these territories considerable independence, in deep contrast to the United States firm grip on nations like Japan and the Philippines through its covert use of geo-electromagnetic weapons like HAARP?

Or, is China only preparing to secure the Maritime Silk Road for the common economic and geopolitical advantage of Asian nations?
Objectively, why aren’t we questioning the real motives of the United States with its 1,000+ military bases around the globe? Isn’t that an over-extended empire already, and for whose gains?

After the Philippine Senate decided to terminate the US military bases in 1991, the long dormant Mt. Pinatubo erupted covering much of Luzon with ash causing significant environmental disaster for years. Was HAARP used to induce its eruption?
The fact is: China is the only country in Asia left unconquered by any foreign powers and for that she remains independent in her views and geopolitical decisions, unlike the Philippines which, by all indications, is still being run by the Spaniards through the Jesuits controlling critical institutions of the country: government, media, educational and religious. This is the cause by which the majority of the population is not capable of critical thinking and independent viewpoints.
The Jesuits endless injections of political intrigue throughout Asia has plunged the region into endless territorial disputes. This of course is preceded by the establishment of national borders or corporate entities to divide the regions for imperial conquest.
The current roster of leaders, all educated by the West, is having a hard time establishing a unified policy and plan of actions that truly serve the interests of the Filipino.
Historically, the Maharlikan Kingdom stretched even to the Russia-Japan disputed islands and the Kingdom of Hawaii to our Northeast, and Da Nhang, Vietnam, to the West. This may sound hogwash today, but prior to the 10th century only seafarers from our land were interested in these small islands. Now, the superpowers are realizing their strategic importance. They are all fighting over it, to our detriment of course.

Historically and culturally, China has no geopolitical ambitions similar to that of the West, but the misplaced allegiance of the Philippine leadership towards the United States is keeping China restless.
So, when China decides that it must take these drastic actions because no other country in Asia could do so, considering the disunity among Asians in dislodging the real enemy of the region which is the Jesuit Vatican/Khazarian Mafia controlling the United States and the United Nations, both corporate entities, shouldn’t we applaud the effort?
For thousands of years, China is already a superpower both in military and economic terms, but she never attempted to subjugate its neighbors. Even recently, it is still trying to rekindle the ancient mechanism for fostering peaceful coexistence by reviving the Silk Road through her “One Belt, One Road” program of which the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank [AIIB] is a critical component, and for which the Philippines is also among its founding members.

Culturally, how much of our blood is Chinese nowadays? Even the presidency from Marcos to the present, has Chinese blood in them. Or, even the late Dr. Jose Rizal had Chinese blood running his veins when it was spilt gloriously during his murder at the hands of the ruthless Jesuit firing squad in Bagumbayan at the turn of the last century. So, why are we afraid of China?
China doesn’t need to invade us. She’s already here.
The Chinese blood, culture and tradition are already part of the country’s DNA for millennia. The West is just trying to take this country as its own vassal, so it could launch regional wars for control of the region’s natural resources, just like it is doing now in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Ukraine.
The United States will never send its troops and materiel to help us, for it cannot serve other countries’ interest but her own.
So, when China does something, it’s pretty sure it’s not out of childish whims or exceptional arrogance. China doesn’t think like we do. Its leaders are smarter and wiser than our leaders are, sadly.
We have a weak leadership, incoherent national policies and disunited people because it is planned and designed that way by our conquerors, which ironically, we continue to kneel in their own house of worship. The national economic figures do not reflect the true living conditions of the majority but only those of the Makati Business Club.
We are a conquered people psychologically, economically, technologically and most profoundly, Spiritually.


It is for these reasons why the ASEAN issued a statement recently that it will not seek to antagonize China, effectively ignoring the Western leaning Philippine leadership’s recent anti-China rhetoric.
China is not the real enemy, the satanists Jesuit Vatican / Nazi-CIA / Khazarian Mafia of the West are.

The sooner you realize and accept these unfortunate inconvenient facts, the sooner will you free yourselves from the bondage of multi-generational slavery and ignorance. Our country is among the poorest in Southeast Asia, not by force majeure, but through the deliberate application of scientific methods in social engineering by the West.

If all of the above assessments may be too much for you, consider the fact that on April 16th, the Philippines participated in the 4th Annual Moscow Conference on International Security [MCIS] which is a coalition of military organizations that are tired of the imperialistic armed interference of the West.
Is the Philippines now cooperating covertly with China by allowing the construction of air and sea ports, among other military installations?
Don’t just take a small slice of the story. Make the effort of knowing the Whole Truth.
Dig deeper.

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10 thoughts on “Why is China Reclaiming The Kalayaan Group of Islands?”

    1. Accordingly, china it seem to be subcontracted by the khazarians, the latter who practically controls world events in dictating and controlling economies of countries through its central banks owned by them. Its interest is wealth building and it spratlys islands interest is not oil, but an island of pure gold, the tip of a golden pillar from the center of the earth. there are seven pillars sprouted out throughout maharlika particularly in mindanao where humunu is located, the hub of humanity’s epic at the time. These pillars are considered deposited in banks gaining interest totalling to about 451 quadtrillion metric tons in Suisse banks, world banks and the federal reserve banks, the latter owned by the khazarians. Gold predominantly originated in maharlika and had been funneled throughout the world, even during king Solomon’s time, whereby the latter receives gold yearly from the isles of gold. In my opinion why the Khazars, it is because their kingdom northeast of Iraq was abolished by Russia and America because of their unacceptable faith & religion, that they became stronger and infiltrated the jewish faith and replacing the Abrahamic Torah doctrine with the self-made Tamud Doctrine. The latter’s god is Baal, the horned cow with a human body whereby child sacrifice was offerred.. The same reason why Moses smashed the ten books of knowledge of God, replacing it with the ten commandments instead, when he saw the jews worshipping the golden cow. And so why Jesus threw the tables at the temple of God and accused the jews of being murderers just like their fathers.

      1. Khazars did not infiltrate the ‘Jewish’ faith. They became the Jews
        Hebrew not Jews worshipped the golden calf
        Jesus was not a Jew and did not accuse Jews

  1. The nine dash line is clearly a territorial grab because of the vast resources China wants to keep for themselves. What’s the point of building an island on top of submerged coral reefs, on the Philippines’ side of the economic zone, then build infrastructures that are clearly military use in nature? Show of force, that’s it. To bully their way to own the vast South “c*&%a” Sea. The West will not allow that for economic reasons.

  2. be carefully for reclaiming cause based on the law of the sea this is wrong understand if China continous reclaiming the (S.O.) decided to kill all enemy like Chinise government

  3. ; We are a conquered people psychologically, economically, technologically and most profoundly, Spiritually! ”
    If you think the China is some how a liberated free, spiritually enlightened force for good, I would suggest a rethink. Communism has gone to pains to destroy any semblance of spiritual (benevolent) characteristics within their own community. Consequently self Interest is at the core of contemporary Chinese society as much as it is in the West. Whatever China may have been once, take away the natural compassion that is part of human nature as communism goes to extreme lengths to do, and what you have left is a brutal regime with no regard for human dignity.

  4. When was the last time China invaded a country for its own vested agenda? Is 2017 recent enough, when the PRC began extending a road southward in Doklam, an area claimed by both China and Bhutan? No? How about 2012, when Beijing seized Bajo de Masinloc — well within the Philippines’ EEZ and outside of China’s? Or does that not count, either, because “the Chinese are already here?” Well, how about 1979, when the PRC invaded Vietnam, not just to compel Hanoi’s departure from Cambodia, but in an attempt to seize border territory?
    As for China never subjugating its neighbors, that’s just silly. Ever hear of a little place called Tibet, for example? China originally was just an area around the lower reaches of the Yellow River. The southward expansion of the Han Chinese people displaced many people, including the Yue people around the Wei River, who were forced to move south, becoming the Vietnamese, and the Austronesian people (see Liangzhu culture) who originally lived at the mouth of the Yangtze River. In the Imperial Chinese view, the whole world belonged to the emperor, but some people were just too barbaric still to accept it.
    This is not a screed against China. I just don’t like to see people purveying false views of history and then drawing the wrong lessons.
    For example, the article states “China is the only country in Asia left unconquered by any foreign powers…” Wow, just wow! China was carved up into separate spheres of influence by the European powers and Japan throughout most of the 19th Century, so much so that the U.S. Open Door Policy proposed to keep China open for trade to all countries on an equal basis.
    Also, ever hear of a country called Thailand, formerly Siam? Thailand, not China, is the only nation in Asia to avoid foreign rule.
    Finally, while I understand that the United States has been ruled behind the scenes since 1963 by Deep State banksters interested in permanent war, it is a bit foolish to claim that the United States will never send its troops and materiel to help the Philippines, “for it cannot serve other countries’ interest but her own [sic].” The United States already proved that wrong by sending troops and materiel to liberate the Philippines in WWII, instead of bypassing the Philippines in favor of a more direct approach through Taiwan. Doesn’t count, because this action also served America’s own interests? That is an absurd statement. After all, when has a country EVER knowingly sent troops and materiel to another country against its OWN interests?!
    Besides, it would be in America’s own best interests to come to the Philippines’ defense in the event of external aggression. Whatever the casus belli, it would be difficult for the United States to stay neutral in the event of any conflict involving the Philippines. Given their links and congruent interests, neither nation could really avoid getting singed by any conflagration involving the other.
    The United States could hardly view with equanimity an attack against the Philippines from any source, but aggression by an aspiring regional hegemon, in particular, would constitute a clear military challenge to the United States and the international community. Any failure of the United States to defend the Philippines from such aggression would tend to undermine international security by calling into serious question the reliability of U.S. defense commitments around the world. A rapid and decisive U.S. military response to aggression against the Philippines would be essential. To respond with anything less would allow a threat to develop in the Pacific similar to what the United States faced in the darkest days of 1942, with a hostile power occupying the Philippines and on its way to consolidating all of East Asia under its control.
    Even if, in WWII, the Philippines seemed to prove itself militarily untenable as a forward line of resistance for both Washington and Tokyo, it also proved to be a tripwire and a catalyst for America’s decisive intervention in a war in which nothing less than its rapid and general mobilization was necessary to defend the United States, liberate the Philippines, and restore international security.

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