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China to seize the whole Philippine archipelago in 2015

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According to China Daily Mail, the China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) plans to capture the whole Philippine Islands next year. The communist republic claims that they are the one who first discovered the Philippines, hence, making the archipelago part of their nation.

In a report published by the China Daily Mail noted: “China first discovered Philippines before the Spaniards. The earliest date for direct Chinese contact with the Philippines was 982 AD. Philippines then was non-existent, instead, there was numerous kingdoms like Ma-I, Sanfutzo and Zabag to name a few.”

“After the discovery of the Philippines, the Song Dynasty sent some men to persuade the rulers of those kingdoms to be part of China. Eventually, they were able to convince the Rajah and Datus (of yet unknown reasons). Because of that, the traders from China were able to exchange with supplies from the natives of the archipelago,” the report said.


It added, “..the continuous trade in the region and addition of the kingdoms (maintaining their subjects) to the Imperial China makes the whole Philippine archipelago as China’s inherent territory and the Southeast Asian nation belongs to Chinese sovereignty, from Batanes to Sabah.”

(China considers Sabah as part of the Philippines, due to the fact that it was a gift by the Borneo King for the datu of Sulu.)

Now, the Chinese government plans to take back their inherent territory. Beijing was also reported on planning an attack next year for the whole Philippine Islands. It was also noted, that China is spying over the country by using their popular social app named “Weixin” which is known as WeChat in the Philippines.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Yeng said that China is ready for a war against the Republic of the Philippines and it will rename the Philippines as South China Islands.

News agency Qianzhan was even quoted that, “according to experts, the Chinese Navy has drawn a detailed combat plan to seize the archipelago and the battle will be restricted within the South China Sea.”

The government of the Philippines has not yet made an official statement about this. However, according to previous reports, the U.S. will help the country in case a war breaks out in the region.


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