11 Responses to Widening rift: China cancels events to mark 40 years of Japan ties

  1. Montana Jim says:

    Sooner or later everyone is going to turn against each other.


  2. steve says:

    This is heating up fast China is haveing problems with all its Asian nieghbors


  3. hosers20 says:

    Syria with it’s self, Israel and Iran, America (along with now France with their cartoon antics) and all of Islam and now China & Japan….plus all those that have had a hatred towards one another for much longer of a time…..no wonder one thinks of dier thoughts within these times we live in. Only a spark will do now. Only a spark….


  4. Irene C says:

    I know that these islands are important for the fishing commerce and probably other reasons, but I just can’t understand why these governments just can’t work it out. I would say make it neutral territory for everyone to use. To me it seems silly to have this escalate to this extreme. Just my opinion though.


    • Dennis E. says:

      Irene C: Dennis E. Here: And it is a good opinion but if you take the time, read the History of the Second Sino-Chinese War in the 1930’s that concluded at the end of World War II.
      The King of the East is exercising its military muscle and political power.
      It has not forgotten the War Crimes carried out by the Japanese Forces and it may not be Earthquakes that does Japan in, it could be a strike from China.
      China has a long memory……….as do the Muslims…………….


      • Irene C says:

        Thanks Dennis E. You’ve given me something new to think about. I know that China will grow in power since the Kings of the East will march against the Anti-Christ for the battle of Armegeddon. China also has the attitude that they are the best and that it is their destiny to rule the world. I would love to do more studying on Chinese and Japanese history. Might make for some good reading on those cold winter nights in Ohio.


    • M.A.D says:

      It’s about oil, and money, when war not about money?


    • Foxtrapper says:

      It’s the natural gas and oil underneath the islands that is being fought over..


  5. Rosie says:

    Hi Alvin. Here in London we hear next to nothing of these events. Thanks so much for the work you do. It’s one of the best sites on the Internet!


  6. TLindemann says:

    It has spilled over into other countries. In Calgary, Alberta, Canada, there was a sign in one of the karaoke bars that Japanese patrons were not allowed in due to the dispute between the two countries. This commenter could not believe it when read in the newspaper.


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