The title of a recently released Al-Jazeera article is “JAPAN summons China envoy over disputed isles” (Web-site/URL: http://www.aljazeera.com/news/asia-pacific/2013/04/20134234352877776.html).
“Japanese prime minister THREATENS FORCE if China attempts to land on island chain in East China Sea”.
“Japan has summoned the Chinese ambassador (Yang Jiechi) IN PROTEST over a flotilla of Chinese government ships that entered territorial waters near a DISPUTED island chain”. Again, the key word is obviously “disputed”.
“Japan’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday (April 23, 2013) it had called in the envoy after eight Chinese vessels entered waters near the SENKAKU islands, which China calls Diaoyu, THE MOST in a single day since Tokyo nationalized part of the archipelago in September (2012)”. “Senkaku” is now the point of emphasis because it’s now JAPAN running the show.
“The Chinese boats drove out a flotilla of 10 boats carrying about 80 Japanese activists from the nationalist Ganbare Nippon (“STAND FIRM, Japan”) group, which sailed into waters around the islets early on Tuesday (April 23, 2013)”. Again, of course, as we know, “stand firm Japan” obviously WILL NOT sit well with the Chinese especially the ULTRA-nationalists
“They then began to withdraw from the area on the orders of Japanese Coast Guard patrol ships, when Chinese government surveillance ships came nearby”.
“an unidentified coast guard member told the activists” “Our latest intelligence indicates that a large number of CHINESE vessels have entered JAPANESE territorial waters”. This was the argument that CHINA was making.
“Japanese chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga (SUGAR?) on Tuesday (April 23, 2013) confirmed the incident”. “Today (April 23, 2013) there has been EIGHT Chinese maritime surveillance vessels that have entered the SENKAKU island area around Uotsuri Jima”.
“China said the trip by Ganbare Nippon was “illegal” and “TROUBLE-MAKING” and a foreign ministry spokesman said the government has lodged an official protest with Japan”. Again, the question is: what ISN’T “trouble-making” to CHINA?
“Japanese and Chinese patrol ships have been playing a cat-and-mouse game near the JAPANESE-controlled East China Sea islands, where China is SEEKING TO ASSERT its claim to sovereignty by sending ships into the disputed waters“. “seeking to assert” of course is TROUBLE because it is our latest example of the “force and pain technique” (Web-site/URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgnAY_eXYbI).
Finally, “Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe however said that it was Japan who was still fully in control of the island chain”. “when asked in parliament what he thought the status of the islands were”, Abe said: “The SENKAKU islands are under OUR (i.e. JAPANESE) active control. Since it has become the Abe government, we have made sure that if there an instance where there is an intrusion into our territory or it seems that there could be landing on the islands, then we will deal will it STRONGLY“, making this the latest/another example of the “force and pain technique” (Web-site/URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgnAY_eXYbI).
Again, the conclusion to this article is EASY. After being pushed around by the Chinese for so long, it certainly seems like THE JAPANESE are now the aggressors. PERHAPS this is another response to “Chinese smash Japanese cars?” (Web-site/URL: http://www.asiadailywire.com/2012/08/china-protesters-smash-japanese-made-police-cars/). So, CHINA has dominated Japan for so long now and now it seems as if/like Japan is seeking REVENGE, which, again, of course, is an “Ambassador of Doom” (Web-site/URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4h7cmuRLwME).