In today’s polarised world, the situation in this hugely significant region of the Pacific is frequently portrayed as either Chinese expansionism or American imperialism. As ever, the truth of the matter is much more complicated.Continue reading What is really going on between Beijing and Washington in the South China Sea?
During the next five years, or at least, during the term of the Philippine strongman Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, no attempt at sowing acoustic and kinetic conflicts will be allowed in the South China Sea region. Continue reading Deep State is Losing Southeast Asia, Choosing Mutual Economic Progress instead of War
The Khazarian controlled US intelligence continue to create a pretext for Syrian intervention through the recent “detection of chemical weapons and non-participation of the country to UN inspections,”
Continue reading Geopolitics Update – 3rd Quarter 2016
The Philippine government and China are now engaged in preliminary bilateral talks regarding the proper conduct in the West Philippine Sea, yet the United States and other NATO members continue to engage in military provocations in the area, verbally and otherwise.
Continue reading US & NATO Want Uninvited Military Intervention in Spratlys Using UNCLOS Verdict as Leverage
The tension between China and the Philippines was already easing down days prior to the G7 Summit in Japan, when one of the G7 attendees poked at China again.
Continue reading G7 Prefer “Tough Stance” vs. China when Direct Bilateral Engagement is Still Working
The United States made good of its plan to show relevance in the South China Sea by navigating within the 12 nautical mile Chinese restricted area in the Spratlys.
Continue reading Russian TU-142 Long Range SpyCrafts Fly 1 Mile of USS Ronald Reagan
In a bold move to stop US warmongering in the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea, Chinese Wang Yi declared that the artificial structures be opened for cooperative use between nations in the region.
Continue reading China Offers Spratly Facilities for Asean's Common Use
The recent attack on the Chinese Stock Market wiping out more than $3 Trillion in stock market values was premeditated and tied to the Pentagon’s saber rattling in South China Sea.
Continue reading Wall Street Attack on Chinese Stock Market Confirmed by U.S. CEOs
The one-sided relationship between the Philippines and the United States dates back to 1902 when the last revolutionaries capitulated to the US military after fighting the Spanish 6 years before. The Spanish American War resulted in the transfer of control over this country from the Spaniards into the hands of the Americans.
Continue reading Behold the Philippines Under U.S. Democracy for 113 Years!
US warmongering in the region is just to create the need for arms; with its economic downward trajectory, the military industrial complex needs to sell their surplus. ISIS has been oversupplied already.
Continue reading Shangri-La 2015: Why We Didn't See a US-China Showdown
Last year, Russia had to tackle mostly domestic issues as the Western offensives peaked with more economic sanctions and the false flag death of an opposition figure.
With the successful passage of the Minsk 2.0 Ceasefire Agreement, which up to now is still holding even if Poroshenko is regularly shelling Eastern Ukraine in an attempt to provoke another confrontation, Russia has virtually won each battle launched right on its doorsteps.
Continue reading China and Russia’s Progressive Offensives Securing East Asia
People may have already lost count of how many presidential actions fall into the realm of impeachable offenses, but there is none clearer than the evidenced based Benghazi debacle wherein the Obama administration is caught lying on record to the people as to the real cause of the attack.
Continue reading Obama is Impeachable, Mentally Unfit; May Provoke War with Russia & China
Beijing is prevailing over its neighbors in the South China Sea. It may also have the solution.
Continue reading Beijing’s Formidable Strategy in the South China Sea
Washington has unleashed a “proto-war” against China, using military, economic, and informational measures, in accordance with the “Brzezinski doctrine” and the “Wolfowitz doctrine,” Eric Sommer underscored.
Continue reading Playing With Fire: US Unleashes Hybrid 'Proto-War' Against China
Create tensions in South China Sea, sell exotic military arms for a fortune and let perimeter countries fight the war for you. Washington’s formula is the same as Big Pharma’s.
Continue reading How to Contain China without the Cost?
It seems the United States has found another playground for its war games. The National Interest reported that Washington plans to send its military ships and planes to patrol areas in the South China Sea stirring up an already tense situation in the region, where several nations have competing territorial claims.
Continue reading U.S. Warships in South China Sea May Lead to War Between US, China
A few days ago, I came into an article that gave me some concerns. This came as an analysis of the magazine cover of Economist January 2015 issue, one of the popular mainstream periodicals in the field of economics.
I was having second thoughts on posting it here, but when I saw an article at RT that tackled China’s concern regarding the developing “closeness” between Modi and Obama, this finally triggered the posting of this article.
Continue reading The Economist 2015 Cover With Cryptic Symbols & Dire Predictions