Philippines protests over Chinese vessels in disputed waters

Philippines protests over Chinese vessels in disputed waters

The Philippines has filed a diplomatic protest over the presence of more than 200 Chinese boats near an island occupied by Manila in the disputed South China Sea. The Chinese ambassador said they were fishing boats.

Simone
Simone
Experiment Eks
Experiment Eks 1 year

Sadly, what can that little country do against China? Even though the Philippines already won the international case regarding these disputed waters and islands/islets, the decision was snubbed by Beijing and they continue to squat in the Philippines' waters. Then again, despite China being in other scandals and deals in other Western countries, they still continue to ignore this abusive behemoth. The USA's Dems still try to yap about muh Russia despite having caught China in multiple violations and even spying. (Hello, Sen. Feinstein and let's not forget those Huawei executives) Meanwhile, China is bullying other countries in Asia, buying businesses in the USA, France, Italy, the whole of Africa, and Canada and god knows what else.

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 year

Don’t believe China. They use their fishing and coast guard as a de-facto navy.

ZK AY
ZK AY 1 year

Your grandmother's fine China is also the property of the Chinese government by virtue of its name.

Ryan Keller
Ryan Keller 1 year

please say they are finally growing a backbone when it comes to China. the Chinese will take all their fish and oil/gas if they let them.

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