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China plane spotted over disputed islands – Japan


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TOKYO – Chinese airplane has been spotted in Japanese airspace above southwestern islands controlled by Tokyo but also claimed by Beijing, a Japanese government spokesman said.

The Defense Agency said four Japanese F-15 jets headed to the area Thursday morning, but no further action was taken.

The islands known as Senkaku in Japanese and Diaoyu in Chinese have been at the center of a territorial dispute. The purchase of the islands by the Japanese government earlier this year from private Japanese owners set off massive anti-Japanese rallies in China.

Japanese ships have been patrolling the area on the lookout for approaching Chinese ships.

Chinese ships have darted in and out the waters in that area in recent months. Violations by Chinese planes of air space are more unusual.


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  • Philcruz

    The juvenile neighborhood bully provokes again.

  • sorbetero

    America clearly declared its position… that it is a Pacific power!

    • ethan ralph siapuetco

      what do u mean ?

      hey DakuAkungUtin ! Daku Lagih’ Pero Pisot 0(‘-’)0 hahahahahah

  • DakuAkongUtin

    Chinese Maritime Surveillance aircraft will continue to patrol and tell these Japos to leave. If the Japs scramble F 15s but they cannot do anything. They are interfering in legitimate Chinese maritime patrols. If they shoot down an unarmed surveillance aircraft then they will be the aggressor. China can whup their azzes back to Meiji Period.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

      Send your federasyon and shout Tsupaaaaaa! Para iwas pugot ulo sa mga japos.

    • kanoy

       that sounds so……”AQUINO”

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

    Chinese cannot sent their Jet fighter. Why it is useless with homosexuals pilot. In China if you got Female child you’ve to pay more Taxes. If they found you pregnant with develop female one. They force you for abortion. That’s why China has producing powder fetus, and capsule made of fetus.

    • kanoy

       but in the RP if you family of 10 search smokey mountain for dead rat supper CBCP tell you go out make more starving babies help you find 2 rats for supper we need more tithe multiply multiply

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

        I never heard Catholic imposed Tithe as compulsory. But in China it is real no fiction or deception and Lies. Chen Guangchen his wife and neighbors was force to commit abortion against their will. China has 5k years of civilization but now their civilization was backward.

        Furthermore, In China they didn’t only eat rat they ate Fetus, Poison, Melamine milk, formalin, mercury say it and they ate it. 

      • kanoy

        fetus is good if cooked with carrots, barley and some mrs.dash seasoning salt yummy

        the wealth of the Catholic Church is estimated to be in excess of $3,000 Billion.

        The Vatican is by far the largest holder of land titles for any organisation or government in the world with visible title to around US $316 Billion of property (churches, schools, hospitals etc) and around US $2,623 Billion of investment property hidden in an extremely complex networks of hundreds of thousands of trusts and front companies.

        The current market property value of Vatican City, in the heart of Rome alone is worth between US $1 Billion and $3 Billion. This excludes the value of the priceless artworks and valuables stored within its walls.

        The most valuable property holdings of the Catholic Church by nation is the United States with around $50 Billion in visible property holdings and around $507 Billion in hidden property holdings through a massively complex network of front companies and trusts.

        While we may never know the true and staggering wealth of the church, two facts are certain:
        (1) The Catholic Church steadfastly refuses to be an open book to its global wealth and
        (2) has not shown the slightest interest in using its massive wealth to solve world poverty and massive problems once and for all.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

        Really? Good info it is not lie. I am a buddhist. I don’t care about their affair. You have to wrote a letter or make an interview in ABS CBN TV PATROL for that.

      • kanoy

         Yea honest injun….i believe in GOD but not religion so in that aspect i am neutral and go for ”issues” it was a fluke China got accused of the Melamine milk since it was not the ”Chinese” who added that fertilizer to the milk to fool the inspectors of the grade….but milk manufacturing companies based in China….that is like blaming the massa for the Bolante fertilizer scandal….the Filipino nor the Philippines had any hand in it….right now they got a huge one going on in the USA with the best (USDA) system going…over beef….i think the one to do the report may have been the Tufo brothers…not sure

      • kanoy

         Furthermore, In China they didn’t only eat rat they ate Fetus, Poison, Melamine milk, formalin

        A fetus is a baby inside the womb of a human mother so a fetus can not be eaten…after birth it is a child and if ate…canabalism
        ISABELA, Philippines – A mother diagnosed with schizophrenia was arrested by authorities in Ilagan, Isabela, for killing her 1-year-old daughter.

        Authorities suspect that the mother “Carol” (not her real name) ate her daughter’s internal organs after slitting her throat.

        Melamine and the China Milk Scandal hits as the Philippine Milk Scandal is brought to light.

         A television program once made an investigation and video documented a trader that recycles expired and dirty powdered milk into retail packs.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

        Traders who reccycled it are Chinese in Binondo.Not only recycled they also erase the expiration. youtube xxx.

        In Isabela it is ok if the person is Crazy. But in China it is their custom and Tradition after Mao “shoktong” Zedong. Chen Guangchen his wife is a victim. Google was banned in China as well as Facebook. sa Sad if you’re Chinese and ignorant these thing you’re horrible.”

      • kanoy

         crooks come in all nationalities…scams..such as that know no ethnic boundaries..neither does ignorance or stupidity….The BFAD also warned the public from buying unlabeled milk
        being sold in plastic packs. There is a strong possibility that those
        came from China and worse, it may be a part of the contaminated batches
        that have been ordered destroyed.

        What the government is yet to officially acknowledge is the fact that
        some milk anomalies have been in existence in the Philippines for quite
        sometime. Cheap and unbranded powdered milk is a regular sighting in
        most public markets and the possibility that those are bacteria laden is
        very strong. Sans any label that will make the distributors
        accountable, the government should immediately ban its sale. A
        television program once made an investigation and video documented a
        trader that recycles expired and dirty powdered milk into retail packs.
        At the very least, those products can result in diarrhea which is the
        fifth leading cause of infant mortality in the Philippines.

      • kanoy

         Those packages where found throughout the RP it is IMPOSSIBLE for a few backyard Chinese in Binondo to distribute truck loads of repackaged expired milk to all the open markets of the RP that would take Mar Roxas type of money and connections….besides…as stated….jts not a Chinese scam its a world scam….Another recall incident in 2007 involved melamine which
        had been purposely added as a binder to fish and livestock feed
        manufactured in the United States. This was traced to suppliers in Ohio
        and Colorado.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RTQRGKHFGLKSSJAK5J5PLOXAQQ Halo

    Madami palang paid chinese hacks dito.

  • Yobhtron

    Rearm Japan!   Bring Voltez V, Daimos, Gundam, and Mazinger Z into fruition.  Chinese military hardware are a joke, typical made in China cheap stuff.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NYKIOQEDTUD4FPPPVHP6XMFNEA Raul

    Chinese federasyon sulong chupaaaaaaa!



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