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Talking of being obvious .


I & KJ noticed an aircraft carrier sporting the numbers 666 & H  ( marks the spot ) with a sun pyramid.


Sort of like the Giza pyramid ( one side split ) it looks like its the Eastern side with the Sun rising possibly meaning China rising in the East Also an odd thing to show was the 11 ( stars ) ( UFO's ) shown briefly .

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Talking of being obvious .


I & KJ noticed an aircraft carrier sporting the numbers 666 & H  ( marks the spot ) with a sun pyramid.


Sort of like the Giza pyramid ( one side split ) it looks like its the Eastern side with the Sun rising possibly meaning China rising in the East Also an odd thing to show was the 11 ( stars ) ( UFO's ) shown briefly .

...and the symbol of the peace movement (campaign for nuclear disarmament) is visible as well!?



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Chemical Plant Blast - China





Published on Nov 29, 2015

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A chemical plant exploded this week in Zhejiang China, after a fire broke out in the facility. The blast was severe enough to destroy the entire plant. According to reports everyone managed to evacuate in time.      


Seems to me, they've had quite a few of these this year.

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China goes underground to expand its strategic oil reserves

January 6, 2016






"China is building underground caverns capable of holding up to a quarter of its expanded strategic oil reserves by 2020, as it looks for new storage methods away from expensive and exposed above-ground tanks in crowded coastal regions.


In a move to improve its energy security and take advantage of cheap oil, China is spending billions of dollars to build up strategic petroleum reserves (SPR) to meet up to 90 day's worth of net import demand in case of a disruption.

While many western countries make SPR data public, China rarely gives detailed information on its oil reserves or locations.

So far, China has built almost all of its SPR tanks above ground, but now at least five underground sites have been identified, with one at Huangdao in Shandong province completed and another four under construction, according to local media and several oil analysts surveyed by Reuters.

"Building facilities all on the ground would be like putting all your eggs in the same basket. That is why the government diversified its stockpile centers," said a senior researcher involved in storage design at the Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development, run by China National Petroleum Corp [CNPET.UL]."



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Huge explosion & fire at chemical facility in eastern China (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

April 22, 2016






"A powerful blast has struck a chemical storage in eastern China’s Jingjiang province, causing a massive ongoing blaze. A plume of black smoke is rising from the storage reservoir engulfed in flames. The factory stores chemicals and petrol.


Snip for pictures and videos


There have been no immediate reports about any injured or dead in the incident so far. According to photos published on social networks, a huge column of dense smoke is rising hundreds of meters into the sky."



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And that brings the grand total number of chemical blasts in China in recent history to how many now? Are these clandestine chemical weapons plants? Either that or Homer Simpson is running the show because this is way beyond coincidence at this point.

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Zombie Soldiers Plan in China (A Chinese governmental plan)


A Japanese journo, Keisuke Udagawa, openly stated in a tv program which Benjamin Fulford was also present that he was shown the Chinese governmental documents clearly written up about their plan of changing dead Chinese soldiers into Zombies and get them re-juiced up as soldiers after their death.

6:15~ China is making the "Kyon-Xi Solder Plan"

<No Subs>@https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFXLaZ9Q3cA


The thing is apparently it's due to their 1 child policy....

Their culture depends the payment coming through this 1 child who goes and fights for China.

If he dies, the country got to pay; his parents, his grand parents of BOTH mother and father's sides as well as his wife and a child, so basically losing 1 soldier kinda means 6 X social security pays to pay out to save the rest of the family.

It makes useless for them to go into any war.


So the government realised it'd be cheaper to recycle the dead soldiers by running through electric current.


But for me, there's a far sinister plan is laid under that...

That of Forced Hybridization of Humans into something else.

I've been writing on number of threads by now about latest X-File already predicted it.

It's not only within the US.


China is a strong hold of the very very nasty bunch of alien faction trying to kill off the Humanity as well as the Dracos.

These mobs wouldn't hesitate to create hybrids forcefully in order to create the ground troops of super soldiers that they can use under their command.

A lot of them, too.


The Chemical plants explosions happening in China are apparently the direct results of the Dracos attacking their facilities. 


We really can't just use the surface intel info and need to be able to cross analyze info in vertical way among different levels of things happening.

We need lots more our Human brains to see through everything that's happening at once....

We all got to learn how to very quickly IMHO.


Just an additional info...since the vid was mentioned, many peeps might also be interested in to hear this...


North Korea: have been trying to create Godzilla!?


Apparently Kim Jong-Il used to love Godzilla, and actually tried out beaming radiation at about 100 reptile eggs. That experiment has not been died off yet. 

People were laughing at this info but never know....sourced in the same vid.

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26.04.2016 Author: James ONeill

What is Really Happening in the South China Sea?

The South China Sea has been described in numerous western publications as the latest potential ‘flashpoint’ in the world’s geopolitical scene. The rhetoric is particularly heated and ill-informed in about equal proportions, focusing on alleged “aggression” by the People’s Republic of China (“China”) in laying claim to a large expanse of water in the South China Sea well beyond its territorial limit (12 nautical miles) or any exclusive economic zone (200 nautical miles) recognised in international law.
This overblown rhetoric from the United States has led at least one commentator to describe so-called ‘analyses’ of the South China Sea situation as “the biggest load of analytical rubbish about South East Asia to emerge since the CIA mistook bee feces for a Soviet-supplied biological weapon in 1981.”
The South China Sea discussion in fact has several components that need to be examined separately before it is possible to draw conclusions as to their potential significance. It is useful to look first at the competing claims to the relevant parts of the South China Sea.
Most of the contemporary arguments revolve around the area of the South China Sea contained within the so-called Nine Dash Line. These are intermittent lines drawn on a map extending south from China’s Hainan Island parallel to the Vietnamese coast, and then looping back northward to China, embracing parts of the exclusive economic zones of Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines and Taiwan.
The first point to be made about the Nine Dash Line is that the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-Shek in 1948, two years before the PRC came into existence, drew it. After the Nationalists were expelled from the mainland in 1949 and set up in what is now called Taiwan, the Taiwanese government has maintained essentially the same claim to their “rights” within the Nine Dash Line, as has the PRC.
The Taiwanese claim remains to the present day. The Taiwanese maintain a military presence on Taiping (Itu Abu) Island, the largest of the Spratly Group, about 1600km southwest of Taiwan. Another Taiwanese military presence is on Tungsha (Pratas) Island about 400km southwest of Taiwan.
In February 2008 the Taiwanese built a 2000 metres long airstrip on Taiping Island. Although both of these facilities are well outside any claimed Taiwanese exclusive economic zone, or any part thereof, no western government, including Australia and the United States, made any adverse comment about this military activity.
The Spratlys are a grouping of 230 islands, reefs, cays and sand banks of which only 30 are above water at the high tide mark. Of the six countries claiming an interest in the Spratlys, only Brunei has failed to construct structures, mostly on stilts, on more than 40 of these islets and reefs. Yet the western media again focuses exclusively on the PRC’s “aggressive” reclamation and building activities.
One of the purposes of building up these faux islands is for the occupiers to be able to claim exclusive rights to economic exploitation of the surrounding waters. Under international law, mere rocks, reefs and sand banks cannot be the basis for a claim for exclusive economic use.
But this is not an activity limited to the South China Sea. Japan lays claim to an uninhabited atoll called Okinotori-shima, about 1700km south of Tokyo, again well outside anything remotely approaching Japanese territorial waters. The Japanese government has spent billions of dollars creating an artificial concrete “island”, about 1.5 metres above sea level, on which it has created a research station. The surrounding area is of considerable economic and military significance, which provides a clear insight into Japanese motives.
The merits or otherwise of Japan’s claim are outside the scope of this article. The significance is that Japan’s activities, identical in nature to the activities of China in the South China Sea, have attracted no adverse comment from either Australia or the United States.
The second rhetorical element fostered by the United States and Australia is that China’s activities threaten “freedom of navigation” in waters that carry at least $5 trillion worth of world trade each year.
It is correct that the South China Sea is an important waterway for international shipping trade, but there are at least three major elements to that which are largely ignored by the western media in making inflated claims about potential threats to freedom of navigation.
The first is that, contrary to the claims made by Australia’s 2015 Defence White Paper, only about 20% of Australia’s trade with Asia passes through the South China Sea, and most of that is heading to and from China. Most of the Asia bound maritime traffic in fact passes to the east of Singapore and the Philippines.
The second salient fact is that no-one, least of all the belligerent spokespersons in Washington and Canberra, can point to a single statement from PRC officials, nor a single act by the PRC, that actually threatens freedom of navigation.
Thirdly, the overwhelming majority of the trade passing through the South China Sea is either going to or coming from China itself. The biggest potential loser in any blocking of trade activity is the PRC itself. It makes absolutely no sense for the PRC to engage in any behaviour so manifestly contrary to its own economic or political interests. But the logic of the situation is not of any interest to most western commentators.
One of the ostensible reasons for the military activity of the United States, Australia, and others in the South China Sea is to preserve what they refer to as “freedom of navigation,” by which they mean the free passage of shipping through international waters, i.e. outside the 12 nautical mile territorial limit.
This is a concept imperfectly applied by the United States, either directly or by tacit or overt support of others when they are in violation of what we are solemnly assured is an inalienable right. Israel, for example, has regularly blockaded Lebanon at various times and for an extended period since 1975 and Gaza since 2000 without a word of protest from either the United States or Australia.
The United States has at various times imposed naval blockades in support of its geopolitical goals, including against Cuba, Vietnam, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and Iraq to mention only the better known ones. None of these impositions on freedom of navigation had any basis in international law.
The countries littoral to the South China Sea have taken steps to create a framework for the peaceful resolution of territorial maritime disputes arising out of the various South China Sea claims made by all the countries affected. Perhaps needless to say, that does not include Australia or the United States.
In 2002 for example, the ASEAN countries and China signed a Declaration on the Conduct of the Parties in the South China Sea. That Declaration provided in part:

“To consolidate and develop the friendship and co-operation existing between the people and governments with a view to promoting a 21st Century partnership of good neighbourliness and mutual trust.”

The promotion of those partnerships has not been aided by outside interference. In October 2008 for example, Taiwan announced that it intended to co-operate with the PRC to develop oil and gas reserves in both the East China and the South China Seas. The United States used its influence in Taipei to kill that initiative.
In 2014 China and the Philippines reached an agreement over the Scarborough Shoal, a collection of rocks and reefs east of Luzon in the South China Sea. The agreement was as to shared use between the Philippines and China and was negotiated between China’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Fu Ying, and Philippines Senator Antonio Trillanes. The evidence strongly suggests that the agreement was sabotaged by the United States, acting through its ally, Filipino Foreign Minister Albert del Rosario.
If the western rhetoric is patently false and self-serving, what then are the real motives for increased military activity by the United States and its allies, including Australia, in the South China Sea?
The military activity includes sailing a United States aircraft carrier and its supporting flotilla through the disputed waters of the South China Sea, flying armed bomber aircraft up to the 12 mile territorial limit of PRC territory, and constant belligerent language from senior military officers about the need to respond to PRC “aggression.”
In addition, the United States continues to expand its already extensive network of military bases, including recent arrangements with both Australia and the Philippines to “rotate” US military personnel through bases in those countries.
This is in addition to the already extensive US military presence on Okinawa, Guam and elsewhere, directed at the PRC. US nuclear-armed submarines also patrol in the waters of the South China Sea. It is one of the more ridiculous arguments heard from western commentators that this does not represent a policy of attempted “containment” of China.
An identical policy has been pursued by the United States against Russia with an ever-increasing encroachment of US nuclear armed forces in the countries and seas bordering Russia.
Australia has joined the United States and others in conducting military exercises in the South China Sea. There is no plausible military threat to Australia, yet it has joined in what are clearly provocations aimed at the PRC.
No western mainstream commentators ask the obvious question: what would the US response be if China (or Russia) were to establish similar bases or conduct similar military exercises in the same proximity to the US mainland? The so-called ‘Cuban missile crisis’ of October 1962 provides at least one historical precedent. The world on that occasion came perilously close to a nuclear conflagration between the US and the Soviet Union. One would not want to rely on the current US political leadership and its aspirants to show similar restraint.
The overwhelming inference to be drawn on the evidence is that the United States and Australia’s rhetoric about ‘freedom of navigation’, the ‘peaceful resolution of disputes’ and operating within the ‘framework of international law’ is no more than a smokescreen.
The dominant geopolitical feature of the 21st century is the re-emergence of China as the regional superpower. Its economic dominance is unquestioned. This is illustrated not only by the volume of maritime traffic through the South China Sea referred to above.
It is also reflected in what is the world’s greatest infrastructure project, the maritime and land based New Silk Roads that are a particular project of China’s President Xi. These projects have the potential to transform not only China itself, but the numerous countries that lie on the land and maritime routes.
The infrastructure projects are part of an ongoing China led transformation in geopolitical relationships. The Shanghai Co-operation Organisation that India, Pakistan and probably Iran will join this year is one development involving 40% of the world’s population barely understood by the western media.
Financial changes include the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (which Australia joined in a rare show of defiance to the US); bilateral trading in national currencies in lieu of the US dollar; an interbank credit system (CIPS) outside the western controlled system; and the development of alternative financial aid systems separate from the western controlled IMF and World Bank.
China has made major infrastructure investments such as high-speed rail in Indonesia, dams, highways and electric power plants in Africa, and an alternative to the Panama Canal under construction in Nicaragua.
All of this (and it is only scratching the surface) threatens what has traditionally been US hegemony. The US is not taking kindly to the peaceful rise of this new superpower and is using the full gambit of its repertoire, including ‘colour revolutions’, ‘umbrella revolutions,’ Gladio type false flag attacks, and support for terrorist groups, as well as its conventional military bullying of which the South China Sea exercises are a classic illustration.
The belligerent rhetoric from US Admiral Harry Harris and US Secretary of Defence Ash Carter are symptomatic of resistance to what is the inevitable re-assertion of Chinese influence and power not only within its natural sphere of influence but increasingly on a wider geopolitical platform.
The danger of Australia is twofold. First, Australia has looked to the United States as its security blanket ever since the fall of Singapore to the Japanese in 1942. This reliance upon whom the late Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser called a ‘dangerous ally’ has led to Australia’s involvement in a series of disastrous foreign military adventures that had nothing to do with Australia’s best interests. That list includes Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and currently Syria.
Those foreign wars did not only involve matters outside Australia’s national interest, they were also illegal under international law. In the process Australia has lost its credibility in international forums such as the United Nations. An example is where Australia is consistently literally one of a handful of nations that supports Israel against the views of the overwhelming majority of UN members.
Despite involving itself at the behest of the Americans in yet another illegal war in Syria, Australia was excluded from the Geneva peace talks at the insistence of Russia because Australia was seen as no more than a lackey of the US and as such lacked the capacity to make an independent contribution. The Australian people were sheltered from that uncomfortable fact by the mainstream media failing to address it.
The current involvement of the Australian Navy in joint exercises with the Americans in the South China Sea is a further illustration of taking steps that are inconsistent with Australia’s national interests, but acquiescing yet again to another American “request.”
The second danger is arguably even greater. Australian prosperity for at least the past four decades has been heavily reliant upon digging holes in the ground and exporting the products thereof to China. Iron ore, coal, and liquefied natural gas are by far the largest of these exports, both in volume and by value.
It is scarcely recognised in Australia that several of the countries that are members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and are participating in the New Silk Roads projects are themselves producers of the same minerals that Australia has exported to China to Australia’s immense benefit.
Those countries will be linked by high-speed rail and other infrastructure developments with China. China will increasingly look to those countries as friendly, reliable and more easily accessible alternatives for resources than Australia. The same is true to a similar extent with African countries and their resources, which are also part of Mr Xi’s infrastructure and development plans.
Huge contracts have also been signed between China and Russia who both have a mutual interest in resisting western attacks upon their economic and political viability. Russia alone is capable of replacing Australia as a source of raw materials and also has little reason to look favourably upon Australia given Australia’s recent history over Ukraine and elsewhere.
Iran’s likely accession to the SCO will add another dimension to these developments.
Given a choice between sourcing its raw materials from fellow SCO and BRICS members, let alone the African countries that have been the focus of much Chinese investment in recent years, and Australia, whose foreign policy stance is inimical to Chinese interests, it is not difficult to infer where China’s trade preferences would lie.
This reality has been recognised by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull before he became Prime Minister. That he has now changed his tune and echoes the hegemonic assertions of the United States may reflect on his part recognition of the dangers of crossing the Americans. But it is hardly going to be in Australia’s interests to try and help maintain the old order when a new reality is obviously taking shape.
Both Australia and China have an interest in a stable and prosperous Asia. For Australia to be a significant contributor to, and beneficiary of, that stability and prosperity it needs a fundamental rethinking of its geopolitical priorities. The signs for such a necessary rethinking however, are not promising.

James O’Neill, an Australian-based Barrister at Law, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.

Republishing of the articles is welcomed with reference to NEO.
The views of the authors do not necessarily coincide with the opinion of the editorial board.

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I often think about China and try as I might I just cannot feel trust for them. I think they are playing the game at the moment, especially joining with Russia to bring down the private banks etc, but something tells me that once they were in control or partially in control they would become a huge problem themselves. I do not have the same feeling for Russia and feel like I trust them and their goals, but China is another thing completely for me. Don't turn your back on them.

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In the late 1990's the state of Canterbury's water table, pollution of rivers and drying up of same was of major concern to ecologists, and concerned parties.

In 2007 I was driven through the Ashburton area by an ex dairy farmer, who pointed out the overuse and pollution of farmland by corporate farmers.

Natural cover in the way of trees were razed.

According to him the farms were used up, new ones being bought off straitened farmers and the old ones abandoned.

In 2016 http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/78370938/for-sale-40-billion-litres-of-canterburys-purest-water

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Radisson Hotel Chain Is Latest U.S. Giant to Be Snapped Up By Chinese

April 28, 2016






"A unit of Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has agreed to buy Carlson Hotels, which owns brands including Radisson and Country Inns and Suites, the latest in a flurry of overseas investments by Chinese companies.

HNA Tourism Group will acquire all of Carlson Hotels Inc., the companies said in a joint statement released late Wednesday that did not disclose the purchase price.
They said that Carlson's headquarters would remain in Minnetonka, Minn., after the deal is completed.
HNA Tourism Chairman Bai Haibo said buying Carlson Hotels will help the Chinese company "establish our presence in the U.S. market and expand our footprint in hospitality internationally."
He added that HNA would "accelerate growth by investing substantially in the business."
The purchase is the latest in a string of global transactions by Chinese companies as they diversify abroad to counter slowing growth at home while also scooping up foreign expertise and technology."
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Chinese man lives alone in abandoned village for a decade

May 6, 2016

Pauline Morrissey





Welcome to Xuenshanshe: Population: 1 Photo:  CCTVNews Facebook


"From time to time, most of us crave a little solitude in our lives, but not likely to the extent of Lui Shengjia’s lifestyle for the past decade. 

In 2006, 20 families occupied the village of Xuenshanshe in China, but as people passed away from old age, and others moved due to the decline of natural resources, all but three people remained in the area – Mr Shengjia, his elderly mother and his unwell brother. Within a year, both his mother and brother had also passed away, leaving him alone in the village.
“In the beginning, I wasn’t able to sleep at night while listening to the howling of the wild dogs,” Mr Shengjia told People’s Daily. “But after I started to tend a few sheep, they’ve become my companions and I slowly got used to living alone.”
Though many of the homes in the area were run down, he had his pick of the local real estate. And after Mr Shengjia’s first choice collapsed one night, he simply moved into another.
Mr Shengjia holds a part-time job with the forestry department’s forest protection agency, where he earns 700 yuan ($143) a month. This involves long walks to water holes and to a distant village to buy food, and can also be pretty lonely at times. 
“Surviving here is not a problem for me,” he maintains. “But I [will] move to a more populous location when the time comes.”
Found this interesting, but is that a cell phone?  
Tx w
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HAKKA people of China


Just in case you don't know these particular group of people, I post a rabbit hole here for you.


These people are SPECIAL IMHO. (Somewhere along a long vine, I've heard these peeps got alien origin. But we all are. So what they meant was that they were very different and advanced than locals I guess.) 

Exceedingly intelligent and very brave.

I heard that Hakka people don't like to be mixed up with other Chinese people from someone who associate with them but I don't have my own experience with these peeps myself yet.



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Chinese cruelty is something we learned from viewing what came out of Tibet.

There are heck a lot more of very scary stuff going on in there historically...


The Cultural Revolution is what China wants to stash under their carpet.


The horrific pictures are still available over the internet.

I can't put them up here for they are awfully gross....

Honestly what they did to other humans are insane.


...And they think Japanese done the same like them? No way.

They applied what they do to others as how Japanese soldiers did to their peeps in Nanjing....which has NO PROOF WHAT SO EVER---we debunked it all, and only China has been trying to still stick with their BS story....


So here's one of the researcher's account of what Chinese peeps did, in this case during their Cultural Revolution...only 50 years ago. JUST 50 years ago!!

There are heck a lot more of horrible stories on the site....


Interview: 'People Were Eaten by The Revolutionary Masses'



"RFA: What did you find out from your research into the Cultural Revolution in Guangxi?

Song Yongyi: According to the secret government files from Guangxi, 150,000 people died from non-natural causes during that era. Of those, 30,000 had no identifiable identity, or even gender. Ninety-five percent of them were killed outright, or died as a result of torture or mistreatment. Less than five percent died as a result of armedconflict. Another 30,000 were listed as disappeared.

RFA: You mention cannibalism in your book.

Song Yongyi: Of those deaths from unnatural causes, a number of people were eaten by the revolutionary masses. Independent researchers in Guangxi counted a total of 421 people who were eaten in a single county. But there were reports of cannibalism across 27 counties in Guangxi; that's two-thirds of all the counties in Guangxi.




RFA: Why do you think such things happened?

Song Yongyi: During the Cultural Revolution, this political movement, basically there was no law whatsoever, and the politicians were inciting people to kill each other. The line between people and beasts became more and more blurred, and it became very easy to cross that line. It was normal to 'struggle' against landlords and kill people; ithappened everywhere at that time, and the military, party cadres and militias were all part of the land reform mobs. This was going on all around the country, so I don't think that cannibalism was confined to Guangxi."


...The news is out now.

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Yes I know about the incident, Salustra.


I really would look into WHO has been writing up all about it, trying to label everyone in the Imperial Army....

That's what I encountered as I was researching. 

And freaky thing is that because of War Guilt Information Programming laid out by the GHQ, some Japanese peeps are helping to make up stories as well. (In fact, loads of peeps there are still under the spell...truly freaky.)

More I did deeper research, stories don't add up I found out.








Google Translate:

"At that time, the second torpedo boat Corps second lieutenant cadet of, Koken Tsuchiya became the chairman of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA) after, which is assigned to the Chichi-jima, not only had several times the opportunity to exchange a conversation with bone lieutenant, execution day, had also served as role entraining him to the execution ground. Moreover, initially had been scheduled to serve until the execution role of bone (in the middle, it is to change the Kendo four stages of the person who was the execution role in the student kick - off set).

Tsuchiya was familiar Nii of bone until the executions, told of the POW Research Network Japan, has denied the contents of this incident. Although the two soldiers who lost their reason in a starvation state had is that you try to Horikaeso the body of the bone, it has also commandment Tsuchiya was the duty officer, is subjected to cannibalism, such as the feast was held [5] that was not the fact that.
By the way, Koken Tsuchiya, private for state compensation for the Japanese government (Chongqing bombing, etc.) is a man of a position to compete with militarism, etc. serves as the defense chief of the claim. Therefore, it is unlikely that he has lied in order to hide the war crimes of the Japanese military."
(OMG wth is this translation...ummmm I'll try to look into it a bit by bit...)
Mind you, it is an important stance to look both sides of the fence to do the research, so I'm not saying no one should dig up about any atrocities committed in the War times of any countries---we should hear about them, and dig deep about the whole thing, and grip the truths that were stashed away in many aspects.
I openly welcome the researches to be done.

But this is a Chinese thread.

So I'd rather stick with Chinese incidents.

I refuse to be forced fed the history written by so called "War Winners".

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 @unity.... But this is a Chinese thread.

So I'd rather stick with Chinese incidents.

I refuse to be forced fed the history written by so called "War Winners".


@unity...And they think Japanese done the same like them? No way.

They applied what they do to others as how Japanese soldiers did to their peeps in Nanjing....which has NO PROOF WHAT SO EVER---we debunked it all, and only China has been trying to still stick with their BS story....

with this remark you have made it a Japanese thread as well!...and yes it is a Chinese thread about China today, not about  past Chinese History

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Oh I see! You got the point, methinks. But no, I still stick to China, and yeah sure, I will stick to what China is doing more recently, then.

But thank you for putting it out that to me, salustra!(・ω・)ノ I certainly didn't mean to derail the thread from the target so to speak.


About the current situation in Africa with China: The real Cultural Gap plus Future immigration Tactics?

Source: Aired in Japan on 21st May 2016



<Congo's Case in a snap shot> Told by Mr. Mwebe Muraka (unsure of spelling sorry-He's teaching at Chiba Uni in Japan now)

<Click to Enlarge images>



China: "We will build your infrastructures. So please give us the rights to your resources."


  • Congo accepted Chinese help because of the huge money being promised, compared to any other ODAs.
  • Infrastructures were made without any prior planning and road congestion to road surface bogging are all too common.
  • Forever fixing the infrastructure buildings and works never end due to appalling job they had done.
  • While the Chinese company is fixing the problems, in mean while Congo's resources are taken away continuously in fast pace.
  • All Chinese workers stay there, and don't look like ever to leave.
  • The peeps in Congo not getting share of what Chinese companies make when they settle locally.
  • Mr. M felt alarmed that China maybe trying to dump heaps of Chinese peeps in Africa to reduce their number of poverty.
  • African kids are dying like flies due to the appalling building skills were applied and the works are failing.
  • Just for the time of the World Cup happened in Africa, 40,000 Chinese citizens moved to Africa. It's on going and the locals are fearful of totally invaded by Chinese peeps. 


Chinese peeps are hated so badly in Congo and when a Japanese official and Mr.M went to a local town, they got mobbed by the locals, and the Japanese guy almost got killed, because the locals couldn't distinguish the difference between Japanese and Chinese. (It's not a laughing matter but ROFL...it happens!) Only the Japanese flag on the car got them calm down and let them go.


Chinese gov got the rights to dig precious metals all over in Africa, and the guy was saying some countries are not disclosing that they formed tie with Chinese gov to do so, and not telling it to anyone. (Possibly lots bribes were given out and paper works were never provided.) So no one knows how deep the Chinese gov gone into the continent as total.


So Chinese tactics to wage into someone else's country land is:


Do it FAST.

Present hell a lot more of money that no one can resist their offer.

Hand out a lot of bribes to secure their position.

Start digging, do poor jobs, and while fixing those, they get time to take more resources from their land fast.





Apparently Chinese government said to Congo they would do the infrastructure, and to do the road works (like to surface the road) and they said they would pay 85 million US $s to support Congo.

Japan was offering 24 million US $s worth from their ODA.


The Chinese way was that; they do lots of deals with the Africans at the beginning to make the tie of picking up the jobs.

Chinese gov first starts to ask to establish bank accounts.

Just for 1 small adjustment, apparently Chinese gov was waging into the society by asking "we will do that for you, so please give us this and that". That's a kinda usual doing in Asia so I was aware of...but never for the Africans, apparently.


One of almost a joke state is apparently their International Airport.

Their works are so dodgy that Congo Airport's building's glasses fall as an airplane lands on the runway...

Their Airport was built by a Chinese company that was only building homes, before they came to Congo....

Because it's like every time a plane lands, something breaks, the Chinese company NEVER LEAVES Congo, because they are keep on mending there...again and again and again.

The whole process of paying some money to Congo from China was already started, and Congo was receiving SOME money from China by then, they couldn't really get rid of them either.

So now they are stuck with a dangerous airport and money promised yet not coming in.


And this pledge was loud and clear...I felt so sorry for the peeps there while the pics were shown on the show...


The Chinese crew came to do the roadworks.

They did it.

But the works were so badly done, every time it rains, the whole place gets flooded.

In mean while they got power cables installed underground looooong time ago.

They never could look after them properly by themselves, so there were lots of broken yet live wires in many places.

After it rains, then kids with no shoes go into that water.....getting electrocuted and dying like flies.


Again, Congo doesn't have money to fix them by themselves, so now they are stuck with this situation.

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Yes, this is a Chinese thread, about China.  Sometimes in order to understand a current mindset of a people, one has to see and understand what they have done in the past.  In fact, I don't know much about what they did in the WW, and if anyone has historical items to add about that phase of time, I'm interested, as well as what they do, and are doing currently, all over the world.  Their technological advances as well. Thanks for keeping on topic.

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256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death And Reveals SHOCKING Secrets To The World





"What is the longest a person has ever lived for? Meet Li Ching Yuen, a man who lived an astonishing 256 years!  And no, this is not a myth or a fictional tale.

According to a 1930 New York Times article, Wu Chung-chieh, a professor of the Chengdu University, discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday,  and further documents later congratulating him on his 200th birthday in 1877. In 1928, a New York Times correspondent wrote that many of the old men in Li’s neighborhood asserted that their grandfathers knew him when they were boys, and that he at that time was a grown man.
Li Ching Yuen reportedly began his herbalist career at the age of 10, where he gathered herbs in mountain ranges and learned of their potency for longevity. For almost 40 years, he survived on a diet of herbs such as lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shoo wu and gotu kola and rice wine. In 1749, at the age of 71, he joined the Chinese armies as teacher of martial arts.  Li was said to be a much-loved figure in his community, marrying 23 times and fathering over 200 children.
According to the generally accepted tales told in his province, Li was able to read and write as a child, and by his tenth birthday had traveled in Kansu, Shansi, Tibet, Annam, Siam and Manchuria gathering herbs. For the first hundred years he continued at this occupation. Then he switched to selling herbs gathered by others. He sold lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola along with other Chinese herbs, and lived off a diet of these herbs and rice wine."
With the average lifespan for the Western world currently sitting between 70-85 years, the thought of someone living over 100 years old seems like quite the stretch. The thought of someone living over 200 years old seems extremely suspicious. But why don’t we believe that people can live this long?
We have to keep in mind that some people in this world don’t live a grueling 9-5 lifestyle, they don’t have to deal with the stresses of debt, they aren’t breathing polluted city air, and they exercise regularly. They don’t eat refined sugars or flour, or any foods that have had pesticides sprayed on them. They aren’t living off of the standard American diet.
They aren’t eating fatty meats, sugary deserts, and genetically modified foods. No antibiotics. No alcohol and no tobacco. Their diets not only exclude junk foods that we so often indulge in, they also include superfoods and herbs which are like steroids for our organs and immune system.
They also spend their spare time in nature practicing breathing techniques and meditating which have been proven to improve mental, physical, and emotional health. They keep things simple, get proper sleep, and spend a great deal of time in nature under the sun. When we get a chance to relax in the sun, we feel instantly rejuvenated and call this a “vacation”. Imagine spending a lifetime doing that in the mountains, and combining that with perfect mental, spiritual, and physical well-being.
I do not doubt for a minute that if we all did the things we knew we were supposed to do, that living to be 100 years old would be commonplace. When we treat our bodies right, who knows how long we can live for?"
Tx phillipbbg via shout
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Shock study finds Beijing sinking at ‘alarming rate’

July 1, 2016

Marnie O'Neil



"IT’S one of the world’s most important, vibrant cities and home to 20 million people, but Beijing is literally collapsing under the weight of its own economic success.


Research has revealed that parts of the city are sinking at an alarming rate — by as much as 11cm per year — because of the overconsumption of groundwater.
The findings, published this month in the journal Remote Sensing, reveal the rate of sinking threatens “the safety of the public and urban infrastructure”.
Uneven sinking prove catastrophic for the city’s train network, buildings and other major structures, the study found.
Specialists from China, Spain and Germany worked with the National Natural Science Foundation of China to analyse data from thousands of satellite images and global positioning sensors, tracking changes in the ground level from 2003 to 2011.
They found that the city’s Chaoyang district in the business heart of Beijing, is the worst affected, sinking at an annual rate of 11cm. Other districts slowly being swallowed up by the earth include Changping, Shunyi and Tongzhou.
Researchers also estimated that some areas sank more than 75cm during the study period.
The same group of scientists will release an analysis of sinking on high-speed railways and other critical infrastructure later this year.
The land subsidence rate in the Beijing basin has accelerated significantly.Source:Supplied


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S. China Sea arbitration: A US-led conspiracy behind the farce

July 12, 2016

By Wang Xiaohui




"Since U.S. President Barack Obama took office, "Pivot to Asia" has become one of Washington's political pursuits and military strategies. The disputes between China and the Philippines over the South China Sea, which was provoked by former Philippine President Aquino III, came just in time as it offered Washington a good excuse and easy approach to return to the region.


In January 2013, the Philippines unilaterally initiated arbitral proceedings on the South China Sea issue. To circumvent the law, it secretly changed relative concepts, deliberately separated the Nansha Islands, and asked the tribunal to issue an award over the legal status and maritime claims of some of the islands and reefs that belong to the Nansha Islands as a whole.
What Aquino III did was a clear violation of international law. However, Washington chose to ignore the facts and the law, giving full support to its flunkey in Asia without hesitation.
So, we can tell that Washington has taken sides from the very beginning. What has it done before and behind the curtain then? Generally, it took four kinds of actions.
First, colluding with its allies to rubbish China.
Regarding the South China Sea arbitration, U.S. government officials and media have expressed many negative opinions of China, so as to portray Beijing as a "violator" of international order. U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter used to say in public that China's activity in the South China Sea could lead to a "great wall of self-isolation." Japan, as an ally of Washington, was also active and enthusiastic in helping the U.S. to suppress China.
Second, showing off military force and putting pressure on China.
The U.S. has been stepping up military actions in the South China Sea recently. Particularly, in the middle of June, two U.S. aircraft carriers, the USS John C. Stennis and USS Ronald Reagan, launched joint operations in the South China Sea, staging a show of force aimed at China.
In the meantime, Japan also launched joint military exercises with the Philippines and conducted arms sales with the latter, which is meant to put pressure on China. On July 8, Washington and Seoul jointly announced the deployment of the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) systems in South Korea, and the ulterior motive behind it was obvious enough.
Third, playing China and ASEAN countries off each other. - con'd
Fourth, manipulating the international arbitration tribunal and complicating the South China Sea issues into a "dead knot." - con'd




hmmm, interesting

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I don't think I've ever seen this topic in relation to China. Or any other mention come to that.

I was reading a quite academic book about the history of MI6 recently , and Helium 3 was briefly mentioned.

I think the speaker is part of Lyndon Larouche's outfit but could be mistaken.

And India too.

China Leads Race to the Moon

States are quietly preparing to secure fuel for the fourth generation of nuclear weapons, and China is winning.

"To put this into perspective one ton of helium-3 can produce 10,000 megawatt years of electricity. This is enough energy to power 80 percent of Tokyo’s energy needs for a whole year, or a city of 7.3 million people like Hong Kong, Hyderabad or Singapore. This much energy is comparable to 315 petajoules released in a nuclear weapon explosion."



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