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Beijing Sends Bombers, Fighter Jets on Combat Patrols Over Contested South China Sea

A Chinese military plane H-6 bomber © Reuters

A Chinese military plane H-6 bomber © Reuters

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  • How do you destroy national sovereignty? And push for a One World Government? You start the Satanic WW3 where nation states fight over territories ie. national sovereignties. You create such a massive genocidal WW3 such that the sheeple suffer and come to the realization that fight over “national sovereignty is the cause of wars”. Thereafter you sell a One World Government, a Supra-National Entity. All nation states will surrender their national sovereignties to this Luciferian New World Order, One World Government led by the Anti-Christ. It is ALL one BIG Psyop SCAM.
  • Beijing Sends Bombers, Fighter Jets on Combat Patrols Over Contested South China Sea
    by https://www.rt.com/  
    China has said it carried out a combat air patrol over contested islands in the South China Sea. In a separate incident, roughly 230 Chinese fishing vessels and Coast Guard ships were spotted near East China Sea islets, triggering an angry response from Japan.

    Several Chinese aircraft, including H-6K long-range bombers and Su-30 fighter jets, went on patrol over two contested islands in the South China Sea, Senior Colonel Shen Jinke, a spokesperson for the Air Force said on Saturday, according to the Xinhua news agency. 

    The warplanes were escorted by Airborne Early Warning Aircraft (AWACS) and flying tankers, which were part of “actual combat training to improve the Air Force’s response to security threats,” the Air Force said.

    The patrols included “air defense early warning maneuvers, air combat and island patrolling, in a complicated electromagnetic environment,” the Xinhua report said without elaborating on when the mission took place.

    On Friday, roughly 230 Chinese fishing vessels and Coast Guard ships passed by the Japanese-controlled islands of Senkaku in the East China Sea. The islands are called Diaoyu in China.

    Japan’s Foreign Ministry said the action was a unilateral escalation of tensions and demanded the Chinese Coast Guard vessels leave the area immediately.

    “This is a unilateral act that raises tensions … and it is unacceptable to us,”
    Kenji Kanasugi, from the Japanese foreign ministry said, according to the Kyodo news agency. The remote islets in the East China Sea are administered by Japan, but also claimed by Taiwan.


    Tensions between China and neighboring countries are running high in the region. China, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam all have territorial claims in the South China Sea, with the US insisting on what it calls freedom of navigation patrols close to Chinese-controlled islands.

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August 8, 2016 - Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , ,

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