Thought for the day Number 4 – A domed colonial style building for who?

I don’t normally talk about the current political wrangles concerning the China and the Philippines over various islands; but in view of the most recent rape and pillage of the coral reefs and sealife by the Chinease (Who have almost the same respect for Coral beauty and life as the Japanease have over Whaleing) its time to make a stand.

On the small island of Yongxing amongst the lush, green vegetation, is constructed a domed colonial-style buildingon  a land area of just over two square kilometers.

Just a small summary of facts about this island

  • A mayor, a 45-strong local legislature
  • Provincial civilI don’t normally talk about the current political wrangles concerning the China and the Philippines over various islands; but in view of the most recent rape and pillage of the coral reefs and sea life by the Chinese (Who have almost the same respect for Coral beauty and life as the Japanese have over Whaling) its time to make a stand.On the small island of Yongxing amongst the lush, green vegetation, is constructed a domed colonial-style building on a land area of just over two square kilometers.Just a small summary of facts about this island
    • A Mayor
    • A 45-strong local legislature
    • Provincial civil air defense official,
    • A court
    • A new military garrison.
    • Detention facility

    I will add to this list as time goes by.

    Although it’s perfectly legal for China to do this, it shows all the connotations of an outstation ready for an onslaught

    Quoted as saying “The provincial government will be devoted to turning the city into an important base to safeguard China’s sovereignty and serve marine resource development,” Luo Baoyou, the Communist Party head in Hainan province, said in a speech marking Sansha’s establishment.

    See Also

China’s Newest City Raises Threat of Conflict in South China Sea

Theres more to Sancha, than meets the eye!

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