reply to post by Happy1
I never thought of China wanting to claim Hawaii
China has had a claim on Hawaii since before Obama was born
(wherever that really
don't know about the Aussie General but Pacific Command are these
and the last guy listed, Rudes, was just in Korea a couple wks ago.
care to share where you got the information ?
has something changed while we were sleeping ?
yes, i'm trying to keep up with the economic disturbance as best i can but i really don't see BRICS getting beyond talk very soon.
however, we'll see.
i didn't realize the new moon was so soon when i typed it ... i sure hope it isn't this coming new moon, it's just not 'time' yet.
yes, the greatest captor to ever live is one's own mind.
hence, the greatest weapon in existance is again, one's own mind.
what's amazing to me is how easily ppl dismiss their own minds for any other source of comfort ... are we really that _____ ??
fill in the blank with your own creativity
ya know, i recently watched an update on the "lost boys" from the genocide in SA two decades or so ago ... it was an interesting piece and a testament
to the will of the individual (and their individual faith), much moreso than the evnvironment in which they left or landed. wish i could remember the
name of it.
ppl who cannot summon their own creativity are destined to become subjects of whatever form of subjugation presents itself ... and Americans are a
fine example of that as well.
and here's an interesting thought since i just received this today ... is this whole movement (NK/China) nothing more than the infamous distraction
game being played out before our eyes ?
concentrate and watch the east while we rob you in the west
DHS sent memo to banks
ETA - just so you know i'm not fibbing about China/Hawaii ... read this
... excerpt is
from the Q&A at the bottom of the 'speech'. (Clinton/2012)
At one point in one of my long discussions about this, one of my Chinese interlocutors said, “Well, we could claim Hawaii.” I said, “Well,
go ahead, and we’ll go to arbitration and prove we own it. That’s what we want you to do.”
So I think that this is a learning process for everybody, because why are these now – these old territorial disputes coming to the forefront?
Because people think there are resources, and they want to drill, and they want to find out what’s there. And they think it’s got material
benefits for them. But it has to be done in a lawful way. And that’s why I’ve advocated strongly that we accede to the Convention on the Law of
the Seas, because it will strengthen our hand in making these cases.
they wouldn't be 'coming to the forefront' if they had been resolved
edit on 2-4-2013 by Honor93 because: ETA