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http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-says-us-hell-bent-regime-change-164854158.html

Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Ri Tong Il, responds to a question during his news conference at United Nations headquarters, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.

U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday on North Korea missile launch Reuters
Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il also repeated that his government "made it very clear we will carry out a new form of nuclear test" but refused to elaborate, saying only that "I recommend you to wait and see what it is."

His comments came at North Korea's second press conference at the United Nations in two weeks, a surprising rate for the reclusive Communist regime.

Ri blamed the U.S. for aggravating tensions on the Korean Peninsula by continuing "very dangerous" military drills with South Korea, by pursuing action in the U.N. Security Council against his country's recent ballistic missile launches and by going after Pyongyang's human rights performance.

Ri also accused the U.S. of blocking a resumption of six-party talks on its nuclear program by settling preconditions and said Washington's primary goal is to maintain tensions and prevent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

A U.S. diplomat who was not authorized to comment publicly later responded: "We have long made clear - in close consultation with our allies - that we are open to improved relations with the DPRK if it is willing to take clear actions to live up to its international obligations and commitments."

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North Korea walked away from the six-party nuclear disarmament talks in 2009 over disagreements on how to verify steps the North was meant to take to end its nuclear programs. The U.S. and its allies are demanding that the North demonstrate its sincerity in ending its drive to acquire nuclear weapons.

Since pulling out of the six-party talks, the North has conducted two nuclear tests, at least two long-range rocket tests and most recently short-range rocket launches.

Using the initials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the country's official name, Ri said, "The DPRK has been making strenuous, hard efforts, very generous, toward easing the tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but ignoring all this generous position of the DPRK and its proposals, the U.S. went ahead with opening the joint military drills, very aggressive nature, and they're now expanding in a crazy manner the scale of this exercise."

He also rejected as "illegal" a Security Council statement last week that condemned North Korea's test-firing of two medium-range ballistic missiles as violations of council resolutions.

The deputy ambassador did not answer questions on detained American Kenneth Bae or on his country's drone program, which it has been promoting recently. South Korean experts this week claimed that two small, camera-equipped drones had been flown across the border by the North, calling them crude and decidedly low-tech. Both drones crashed in South Korea.

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Associated Press writer Edith M. Lederer contributed.
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
Associated Press By CARA ANNA
1 hour ago
http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-says-us-hell-bent-regime-change-164854158.html
Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Ri Tong Il, responds to a question during his news conference at United Nations headquarters, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.
U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday on North Korea missile launch Reuters
Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il also repeated that his government "made it very clear we will carry out a new form of nuclear test" but refused to elaborate, saying only that "I recommend you to wait and see what it is."
His comments came at North Korea's second press conference at the United Nations in two weeks, a surprising rate for the reclusive Communist regime.
Ri blamed the U.S. for aggravating tensions on the Korean Peninsula by continuing "very dangerous" military drills with South Korea, by pursuing action in the U.N. Security Council against his country's recent ballistic missile launches and by going after Pyongyang's human rights performance.
Ri also accused the U.S. of blocking a resumption of six-party talks on its nuclear program by settling preconditions and said Washington's primary goal is to maintain tensions and prevent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
A U.S. diplomat who was not authorized to comment publicly later responded: "We have long made clear - in close consultation with our allies - that we are open to improved relations with the DPRK if it is willing to take clear actions to live up to its international obligations and commitments."
MORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREAPlay videoMORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREA
North Korea walked away from the six-party nuclear disarmament talks in 2009 over disagreements on how to verify steps the North was meant to take to end its nuclear programs. The U.S. and its allies are demanding that the North demonstrate its sincerity in ending its drive to acquire nuclear weapons.
Since pulling out of the six-party talks, the North has conducted two nuclear tests, at least two long-range rocket tests and most recently short-range rocket launches.
Using the initials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the country's official name, Ri said, "The DPRK has been making strenuous, hard efforts, very generous, toward easing the tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but ignoring all this generous position of the DPRK and its proposals, the U.S. went ahead with opening the joint military drills, very aggressive nature, and they're now expanding in a crazy manner the scale of this exercise."
He also rejected as "illegal" a Security Council statement last week that condemned North Korea's test-firing of two medium-range ballistic missiles as violations of council resolutions.
The deputy ambassador did not answer questions on detained American Kenneth Bae or on his country's drone program, which it has been promoting recently. South Korean experts this week claimed that two small, camera-equipped drones had been flown across the border by the North, calling them crude and decidedly low-tech. Both drones crashed in South Korea.
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North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.'
The Beijing bandit regime's imperialist agenda is expanding exponentially. The CCP dictatorship in Beijing is becoming as much a menace to world peace as the Tojo regime and the Hitler regime were in their days:

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http://english.pravda.ru/world/asia/17-07-2012/121658-china_territorial_claims-0/

China has territorial claims to nearly 20 countries

17.07.2012

Chinese leader Mao Zedong not only built a strong country but also outlined a global goal: "We must conquer the globe where we will create a powerful state." Today, China has territorial claims to all its neighbors. Naturally, the U.S. is dreaming of becoming a mediator in resolving disputes in the region. But it seems that Beijing absolutely does not care about their opinion.

Burma, Laos, Northern India, Vietnam, Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, the Ryukyu Islands, 300 islands of the South China, East China and Yellow Seas, as well as Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Taiwan, South Kazakhstan, the Afghan province of Bahdashan, Transbaikalia and the Far East to South Okhotsk - here is the complete list of areas that, according to Zedong, were lost due to the fall of the Qing empire. All of these countries and regions combined exceed the territory of modern China. Not all complaints are voiced by the Government of China in the international arena, but within the country the imperialist ambitions have not been lost, but rather, are actively promoted.

The PRC authorities talk out loud only about the areas that, at least theoretically, can be taken away from Japan and Korea. Tokyo is regularly frustrated not only because of the travel of the Russian leaders to the Kuril Islands, but also about the Chinese ships freely entering the disputed Senkaku Islands waters. Beijing believes that the Islands are called Diaoyu, and they belonged to China, but the malicious Japanese tricked the U.S. into giving them to Japan because after World War II the uninhabited archipelago was in the US jurisdiction.

Significant reserves of natural gas were found on the islands. For the growing industry of China and stagnant Japan it is more than a serious argument in favor of the struggle for the archipelago, no matter what it is called. Not to mention the fish that is found there in large quantities. To date, the only agreement the parties have reached in the negotiations is on the joint development of oil fields. In addition, if the Japanese behave more or less decently, the Chinese are regularly caught for illegal fishing in the area.

Any territorial dispute, but rather, its resolution, is a serious precedent. If China's claim in respect of at least one territory from the list of the "lost" is satisfied, the Chinese machine would be unstoppable. Despite the fact that the Chinese are very pleased to partner with Russia and have always supported Russia in the UN Security Council, in person, on the sidelines, its diplomats supposedly jokingly hint to their Russian colleagues: you must understand that soon you will have to share the Far East? China has more than a billion people, while Russia's vast territory barely has 150 million.

These dangerous trends - demographic, and as a result, geopolitical - must sound scary to the Russian government, but so far it seems that it is happy with the fact that Beijing makes territorial claims only to Seoul and Tokyo. In 2005 Russia had already given China a bounty in the form of 337 square kilometers of land in the area of Big Island (upper Argun River in the Chita region) and two sites in the vicinity of the islands Tarabarov and Big Ussuri near the confluence of the Amur and Ussuri.

However, none of the leaders of the military departments of ASEAN that includes all debating countries agree to recognize, for example, the fact that Diaoyu belongs to Japan. Instead, the defense ministers of Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand and Singapore urged the Japanese authorities to proceed with caution and within the framework of the international law. These countries certainly do not need a resolution to the dispute because in that case their territory will be separated from China only by perseverance of the latter.

They are silent about the "Iodo island" (the Chinese version is Suenchzhao. - Ed) in the East China Sea. The sneaky Chinese took the principle of dividing the Arctic as an example and now claim that the underwater ridge of this tiny piece of land is under close control of the Chinese. Since the Iodo is closer to Korea, in 2003 the Koreans built an uninhabitable marine research station there. From the standpoint of the international law, this rock in general should not be the subject of a debate.

In any case, the controversy continues, Japan and South Korea remain to be supported by their all-time ally - the United States. For the US, the unification of Southeast Asian Nations is a chance to save their own economy, because in that case the World Trade Center will move there, where currently there are no transnational corporations in the amount sufficient for the U.S.

The success of the White House in the region does not depend on the strength that America loves to show any chance it has, but rather, diplomacy, as the countries of ASEAN and Asia-Pacific region do not trust each other or anyone outside the regional boundaries. However, Washington is trusted here because of the support of Seoul and Tokyo. However, China has already pushed Japan out of the ranks of the largest economies in the world, and the structure of the region is no longer formed on spatial basis.

Therefore, territorial claims of China, and not Russia, India or, for example, Australia are so important for Washington. Beijing is the only capital of the world, ready to use force in the struggle for the sake of expansion. During the last ten years, while America was blowing up its financial bubble, China has not only developed the industry, but also equipped its area of interest with military equipment. China has placed 38 new diesel and nuclear submarines in the region, purchased four destroyers of class "Modern" from Russia and built another dozen on its own, and has launched a network of ground-based ballistic missiles to destroy naval targets.

Only one other country has done this before - the Soviet Union during the "Cold War". It is no wonder that the Americans are very concerned with the regular quarrels between China and its major allies. Construction of a naval base on Hainan Island does not add confidence to the U.S. The proximity to the Malacca Strait poses a threat to the smooth supply of Washington's main allies in the region - Japan, South Korea and Taiwan - this is the way the US sees the situation. The American senators have already decided that such behavior is a threat to Beijing's regional peace and stability, economic development and even "food security". The international community is well aware what usually follows such wording.

Ilona Raskolnikova

Pravda.Ru

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http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/oct/26/inside-china-436801701/?page=all#pagebreak


Threat against 'little countries'
By Miles Yu
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China's official communist newspaper, the Global Times, published a chilling editorial warning several "little countries" that are disputing China's maritime claims in the South China Sea, notably the Philippines and Vietnam, to "get ready to hear the sound of gunfire."


Headlined "China Cannot Resort Only to Negotiations Over Maritime Conflicts, We Must Kill One to Deter One Hundred If Necessary," the editorial published Tuesday asked, in a tone of condescension, where these "little neighboring countries" got the nerve to challenge China. It called such challenges an "opportunistic strategic offensive launched by little countries against a big country."


The newspaper further threatened that the game these countries play against China would not be easy to win because "China possesses the force to end such game anytime."


The report said any fear of a naval war is unnecessary because the Chinese public had been psychologically getting used to such a naval conflagration in recent years.


According to the newspaper, the root cause of China's trouble with these "little countries" is the United States. "At present various disputants behave with imperial swagger [against China]," the commentary said, "as if with the support from the United States, they all had the force and capabilities to subjugate China."


The newspaper used the phrase "bodies of waters in East Asia" to include areas other than the South China Sea where China has territorial disputes -- a clear reference to South Korea and Japan.


Since April 2010, China began deliberately sending regular fishing fleets accompanied by official government escort ships to disputed areas of the Spratly's Island, Senkaku islands, the Korean littoral area and other murky waters.


These China fishing and escort ships routinely clash with other nations' naval patrol ships, including incidents with the Philippine navy, the South Korean navy and the Japanese coastal patrol vessels just within the past week, dramatically escalating tensions with several "little countries."


Underground Great Wall


The U.S. government this week announced that it had dismantled and destroyed the last and the largest Cold War-era nuclear weapon, the B53 gravity bomb, in Amarillo, Texas.


Meanwhile, China is increasing its stockpile of nuclear weapons under the rubric of a mammoth project called the Underground Great Wall that includes a 3,000-mile-long subterranean tunnel system used to store and operate the many thousands of China's nuclear-carrying missiles. The system is under the direct supervision of China's strategic missile forces known as the Second Artillery Corps.


First reported by the Chinese state television in March 2008 and confirmed by the Chinese military a year later, the Underground Great Wall runs several hundred feet below the ground, said James Holmes of the U.S. Naval War College.


Mr. Holmes wrote in the Japanese-based electronic journal the Diplomat in August that "the very scale of the underground network opens up new vistas for Chinese nuclear strategy."


On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal quoted former Pentagon nuclear weapons specialist Philip Karber as fundamentally challenging the West's conventional assumption about the size of China's nuclear stockpile, officially estimated to include several hundred warheads.


Mr. Karber said gauging the size of China's nuclear arsenal is difficult, but the Wall Street Journal article urged an immediate reconsideration of the underestimated arsenal because "the alternative is for China, steeped in a 2,500 year military tradition of concealment, deception and surprise, to announce -- at a time and in a manner of its choosing -- its supremacy in a field that we have foolishly abandoned to our dreams."


Anti-terrorism law proposed


China announced Monday that it would enact a sweeping law to combat what the communist state would define as "terrorists" or "terrorist acts." These acts include creating public disorder and social panic, causing public property damage and threatening government agencies. The law would target international organizations and all others that abet and finance such "terrorists" and "terrorist acts."


Human rights activists and thousands of netizens immediately reacted with anger and protest. Li Tiantian, a Shanghai-based human rights lawyer, was quoted by overseas Chinese news media as saying: "This law aims to protect the power structure of the state, to guarantee the security, stability and power of the government. It is the same as calling all actions jeopardizing the regime's rule terrorism, deserving suppression."

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/influential-chinese-commentators-dispute-japans-claim-to-okinawa/2012/07/23/gJQAQPka4W_story.html

Washington Post
Monday, July 23, 2012

Japan's claim to Okinawa disputed by influential Chinese commentators
By Kathrin Hille and Mure Dickie, Updated: Monday, July 23, 9:29 AM

BEIJING -- For many observers, rising friction between China and Japan over a group of remote and uninhabited islands in the East China Sea is worrying enough.

But if some influential Chinese nationalist commentators have their way, the spat over the Japanese-controlled Senkaku islands -- which Beijing calls the Diaoyu -- could widen into a dispute over a much more important archipelago.

The CCP-dictatorship in Beijing is getting intoxicated with its imperialist agenda. It is now seriously thinking of disputing Japanese Okinawa on the specious plea that Okinawa had a tributary relationship with Okinawa half a millennium ago.

The Beijing bandit regime is behaving the way the Hitler regime had. Munich didn't appease Hitler. From claims on Sudetenland and Austria, it was an easy step to claims on Poland and France and then on Russia and then on the whole world.

In a fiery editorial this month, the Global Times newspaper urged Beijing to consider challenging Japan's control over its southern prefecture of Okinawa, an island chain with a population of 1.4 million people that bristles with U.S. military bases.

"China should not be afraid of engaging with Japan in a mutual undermining of territorial integrity," the Communist Party-run paper declared.

Maj. Gen. Jin Yinan, head of the strategy research institute at China's National Defense University, went even further. He told state-run radio that limiting discussion to the Diaoyu was "too narrow," saying Beijing should question ownership of the whole Ryukyu archipelago, which by some definitions extends beyond Okinawa.

While the Chinese government has offered no endorsement of such radical views, their open espousal by senior commentators is likely to be deeply unsettling both to Japan and other neighboring nations.

"Challenging Japan's sovereignty over the Ryukyus would indeed be a break from the past," says Taylor Fravel, a Chinese security expert at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who contends that Beijing has tended to limit its territorial claims for the sake of clearly defined borders.

Chinese questioning of Japanese sovereignty over Okinawa is based on the prefecture's roots in an independent state known as the Ryukyu Kingdom that won control of the archipelago in the 15th century. Ryukyu kings paid formal tribute to Chinese emperors, a practice allowing lucrative trade that continued even after the kingdom was conquered by a Japanese feudal domain in 1609. Okinawa only officially became part of Japan in 1879.

For some in China, this history is enough to render illegitimate Japanese rule over a strategically important archipelago seen as the biggest impediment to the expansion of Chinese naval power in the Pacific.

Tang Chunfeng, a former official at the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo, is one of those campaigning for China to rethink its acceptance of Japanese rule over Okinawa, saying past restraint has "done a lot of harm."

"When I was in Japan, I didn't even know that the Ryukyus were once ours," says Tang, now a Japan specialist at a Commerce Ministry think tank.

But such arguments could be diplomatically incendiary.

"Once you start arguing that a tributary relationship at some point in history is the basis for a sovereignty claim in the 20th century, you start worrying a lot of people," says June Teufel Dreyer, a China and Japan specialist at the University of Miami. "Many, many countries had tributary relationships with China."

Some Chinese hawks stop short of saying Okinawa should be Chinese, suggesting it is enough to promote the idea that the archipelago should be independent from Japan. Such a gambit, they say, would make clear to Tokyo the cost of denying Chinese claims to the Diaoyu/Senkaku.

But Zhou Yongsheng, a professor at China Foreign Affairs University, warns against such tactics.

"Using the Ryukyu sovereignty issue to resolve the Diaoyu dispute would destroy the basis of China-Japan relations," Zhou says. "If this was considered, it would basically be the prelude to military action."

Nor can Beijing expect much enthusiasm for independence among Okinawans. While many in the prefecture are unhappy with Japanese government policies -- and with the presence of U.S. troops -- separatist sentiment is muted. A pro-independence candidate who ran for governor in 2006 received only 6,220 votes.

Chinese questioning of Japan's sovereignty over Okinawa would also invite comparisons with Beijing's policy of suppressing pro-independence movements among its much more restive Tibetan, Mongolian and Uighur populations.

Yasukatsu Matsushima, a professor at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, is a strong advocate of Okinawan independence who believes Tokyo's rule over the islands is illegal, but he notes that at least in Japan such views can be openly expressed.

It would be "strange" if China supported self-determination for Okinawans but continued to deny it to its own minorities, Matsushima says.

"We have to consider the background" to any Chinese support for independence, he says. "We can't allow Ryukyu independence to be used as a tool."

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9-5-2012

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/36093/china-is-testing-filipinos-determination-to-defend-against-intrusion


China is testing Filipinos' determination to defend against intrusion
By Ted Laguatan

The Chinese dragon's hunger for black gold relates to its continuous growth as an economic powerhouse. China imports seventy percent of its oil needs - supplied mostly by Russia. Fearing the prospect of disruption of oil supplies and being hostage to the demands of supplier countries, China is recklessly embarking on grabbing the rich oil resources of the Philippines and it's neighboring countries.


To justify its intrusion into the territories of neighboring countries, the dragon has engaged in spinning a fictitious tale on why it supposedly owns everything in the area. The fairy tale goes this way: "About 2000 years ago, an ancient Han Dynasty map showed the limits of Chinese territorywhich included us owning all of the territory in the South China Sea (also known as West Philippine Sea). Therefore, all of these areas are ours. Never mind that they were designated by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea as belonging to other countries."


Does China actually have a Han Dynasty map indicating ownership of everything in the South China Sea in this area? So far, it has not shown this map to the public. It may be that some kind of ancient map exists. There are hundreds of old maps. Do any of these say China owns territory belonging to the Philippines and other countries?


While the Chinese have been coming to the Philippines since ancient times as traders selling their stuff or as pirates like Limahong robbing and pillaging the locals - there is no historical proof that the Philippines was ever a colony of China or that China ruled the Philippines or even some parts of it.


Even if we assume that such a map exists indicating a claim by some dreaming Chinese officials that it owned Philippine territories, was that then actual or legal ownership? Not so if in fact no such ownership ever happened except maybe in the imagination of some ancient Han dynasty megalomaniacs.


To illustrate the absurdity of China's claim: Let's say Italy found an ancient map that shows that the Roman Empire owned most of Europe and some parts of Africa and Asia, can the Italian government now claim these countries and territories belong to them? Governments and national territorial lines keep changing. That's a reality every nation has to live with.


The Chinese position is so ridiculous that I doubt that even the Chinese government seriously believes that they have a legitimate claim which can properly be defended in the United Nations International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).


China's refusal to bring her claim to ITLOS by itself indicates an admission of the absurdity of her position. Any fool can see that the Chinese government is just using a convenient fairy tale to justify her intrusion into neighbors' territories in an attempt to grab their oil and other resources.


Recently, Chinese fishing boats and research vessels have been intruding deep into Philippine territory and into waters known as Scarborough Shoals which are just off Zambales.


Pursuant to the United Nations Law of the Sea, a country owns all of that territory within 200 miles from it's baseline. The Scarborough Shoals are just about 125 miles off the coast of Zambales.


The Philippines issued a diplomatic protest to China but instead of respecting the Philippine position - the Chinese sent more fishing boats into the area including armed patrol boats - together with a response from China's Deputy Foreign Minister Fu Ying that the Scarborough Shoals are theirs and that it is the Philippines intruding into Chinese territory. Adding the insult to the injury is like saying: "So? What can you do to me if I slap you in the face?"


What does this aggressive Chinese position mean?


Here's my take on this: It means that China is testing the Philippines' resolve and reaction to Chinese intrusion - as well as observing American response to the situation. China is not worried about the Philippines' military capability. It practically has none compared to China's mighty naval armada and air force. But the American military is no paper tiger. If America gets involved, China will likely reconsider its options.


The United States has a legitimate interest in preventing China from using bully tactics to take over the energy and marine resources of the countries in the area. It can enter into partnerships with the Philippines and other countries in the area for its own energy needs. Political stability and peace in the region are also preserved with the United States using its military might in maintaining the balance of power and keeping the sea lanes open.


Last year, on June 11, 2011, the US Senate passed a resolution condemning China's increasing use of force against smaller countries in the area and affirmed the US' willingness to use its military might against Chinese aggression.


For diplomatic and other reasons, the US has to announce that it cannot take sides in the conflict between the Philippines and China. However, American policy makers are aware that U.S. interests compel its continued alliance and goodwill with countries in the region. Standing by doing nothing while China gobbles up the resources of neighboring countries sets a bad precedent and encourages China to be bolder in carrying on more bullying military adventurisms.


It is unfortunate that the Chinese government is resorting to these gorilla tactics to rob smaller nations of their valuable energy and marine resources. While the global community should rightfully be happy for the people of China who went through so much suffering before the present prosperity - China should not pursue continuous economic well-being at the expense of weaker nations.


What should Filipinos do against the onslaught of China's threat and use of military might?


It would not be prudent to confront China militarily. That would be like David confronting Goliath without his slingshot or like a poodle confronting a tiger. But there are other ways to fight.


Everyone knows that China's intrusion into Philippine territory is motivated by its thirst for oil. Any decent human being knows that it is immoral to steal property that belongs to another especially when the use of force is involved. It is immoral when individuals do it. It is likewise immoral when nations do it.


What the Philippines needs to do is seek the support of other nations and press the United Nations to seek a resolution of this trespassing and stealing of resources issue. Alone, the Philippines is weak. But together with other nations in condemning China's immoral attempts at territorial grab, the Philippines can be strong.


The world must be made aware of China's immoral adventurism and of her attempt to steal the patrimony of other nations through threats or actual use of its military might. The Philippines must wage a relentless campaign with the global community in condemning China's disrespect of other nations' property rights. China must also realize that it gains more respect and friends by respecting other nations.
In line with this important objective of defending Philippine territory and resources, the US Pinoys for Good Governance (USP4GG) and supporters have organized a worldwide protest against Chinese intrusion into Philippine waters. On May 11, 2012, at 11:30 A.M., protest demonstrations will be held in front of different Chinese Embassies and Consulates around the world.


Now is the time for all good Filipinos to show genuine concern for the Philippines. Preserving the country's energy and marine resources can mean a brighter future for millions of Filipinos.

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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
Associated Press By CARA ANNA
1 hour ago
http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-says-us-hell-bent-regime-change-164854158.html

Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Ri Tong Il, responds to a question during his news conference at United
Nations headquarters, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- North Korea on Friday accused the United States of
being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that
intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in
countermeasures.

U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday on North Korea missile launch Reuters
Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il also repeated that his
government "made it very clear we will carry out a new form of nuclear test"
but refused to elaborate, saying only that "I recommend you to wait and see
what it is."

His comments came at North Korea's second press conference at the United
Nations in two weeks, a surprising rate for the reclusive Communist regime.

Ri blamed the U.S. for aggravating tensions on the Korean Peninsula by
continuing "very dangerous" military drills with South Korea, by pursuing
action in the U.N. Security Council against his country's recent ballistic
missile launches and by going after Pyongyang's human rights performance.

Ri also accused the U.S. of blocking a resumption of six-party talks on its
nuclear program by settling preconditions and said Washington's primary goal
is to maintain tensions and prevent denuclearization of the Korean
Peninsula.

A U.S. diplomat who was not authorized to comment publicly later responded:
"We have long made clear - in close consultation with our allies - that we
are open to improved relations with the DPRK if it is willing to take clear
actions to live up to its international obligations and commitments."

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North Korea walked away from the six-party nuclear disarmament talks in 2009
over disagreements on how to verify steps the North was meant to take to end
its nuclear programs. The U.S. and its allies are demanding that the North
demonstrate its sincerity in ending its drive to acquire nuclear weapons.

Since pulling out of the six-party talks, the North has conducted two
nuclear tests, at least two long-range rocket tests and most recently
short-range rocket launches.

Using the initials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the
country's official name, Ri said, "The DPRK has been making strenuous, hard
efforts, very generous, toward easing the tensions on the Korean Peninsula,
but ignoring all this generous position of the DPRK and its proposals, the
U.S. went ahead with opening the joint military drills, very aggressive
nature, and they're now expanding in a crazy manner the scale of this
exercise."

He also rejected as "illegal" a Security Council statement last week that
condemned North Korea's test-firing of two medium-range ballistic missiles
as violations of council resolutions.

The deputy ambassador did not answer questions on detained American Kenneth
Bae or on his country's drone program, which it has been promoting recently.
South Korean experts this week claimed that two small, camera-equipped
drones had been flown across the border by the North, calling them crude and
decidedly low-tech. Both drones crashed in South Korea.

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Associated Press writer Edith M. Lederer contributed.
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Currently no one in the world can intercept and intervene America from
making regime change of other countries.
Yes, the power of the gun speaks the loudest,
and is always right.
This time, in Crimea, the power of the gun was MISSING...replaced by a turkey who talk big...who threaten "serious consequence" but...too weak to act...like the noodle of an old man.
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2014-04-05 22:23:49 UTC
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Yes, the power of the gun speaks the loudest,
and is always right.
This time, in Crimea, the power of the gun was MISSING...replaced by a turkey who talk big...who threaten "serious consequence" but...too weak to act...like the noodle of an old man.
Russia also has the power of the gun and much closer to Crimea.
Closeness to the action is stronger than fa away.
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2014-04-07 00:10:46 UTC
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Yes, the power of the gun speaks the loudest,
and is always right.
This time, in Crimea, the power of the gun was MISSING...replaced by a turkey who talk big...who threaten "serious consequence" but...too weak to act...like the noodle of an old man.
Russia also has the power of the gun and much closer to Crimea.
Closeness to the action is stronger than fa away.
It is the truth...Obama has big voice...but cannot act.

Someone should tell him...NO ONE believe in his threat.
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2014-04-07 01:43:51 UTC
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.NO ONE believe in his threat
nor in your delusional posts
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2014-04-07 11:21:03 UTC
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Obama is a black Paper Panther .


senator McCain is a Pink Paper Panther
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Yes, the power of the gun speaks the loudest,
and is always right.
This time, in Crimea, the power of the gun was MISSING...replaced by a turkey who talk big...who threaten "serious consequence" but...too weak to act...like the noodle of an old man.
Russia also has the power of the gun and much closer to Crimea.
Closeness to the action is stronger than fa away.
It is the truth...Obama has big voice...but cannot act.
Someone should tell him...NO ONE believe in his threat.
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2014-04-06 17:29:33 UTC
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stop using my ID, you thief !
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Currently no one in the world can intercept and intervene America from
making regime change of other countries.
Yes, the power of the gun speaks the loudest,
and is always right.
Yale Guen Mar, you have repeatedly claimed that "power of the gun" speaks the loudest. But in practice, it is the power of your stealth farting that has felled all in your vicinity.

In most posts, Yale Guen Mar has said that it is the "power of the gun" that speaks the loudest.

Yale Guen Mar, you have repeatedly claimed that "power of the gun" speaks the loudest. But in practice, it is the power of your stealth farting that has felled all in your vicinity.

Yale Guen Mar, it will all depend on your power of stealth farting.

If you think you can get away with pointing fingers at others at the Hmong grocery store, you'll comntinue to point fingers at others.

But if your diaper is leaking solid, liquid and gas continuously, it won't take the Lees too much time to realize that you are the one responsible for the stink bomb.

Yale Guen Mar, isn't it a shame that you are single-handedly turning the Twilight Avenue neighborhood in Merced, CA into a dirty filthy place?

Yale Guen Mar, must you remain hygienically challenged? Can'y you ask Meichi Thai to change your diaper before you visit the household of Mr. Ravinder Singh, or the Lees' grocery store or the taro patches of your Hmong neighbors?

Ravinder Singh isn't laughing. Yale Guen Mar's diaper leaks - it leaves stinking stains on Ravinder's sofa.

Yale Guen Mar was really depressed after his futile letter to Quincy, MA begging for money. Yale Guen Mar now comes to Ravinder's house quite often to cry his heart out - but he sheds more than tears. Yale Guen Mar's diaper invariably leaks leaving yellow stains on Ravinder's sofa.

Yale Guen Mar, be more considerate. Ask Meichi Thai to change your diaper before you pay a visit to Ravinder's house.

Yale Guen Mar, don't be gross while shopping at the Hmong grocery store. Step outside to fart instead of stinking up the grocery store. You are driving away customers.

Yale Guen Mar, why don't you ask your caregiver Meichi Thai to insert a cork inside your shit-hole before visiting your Hmong grocer? You have been farting inside the grocery store incessantly every time you go their shopping. The stink drives away other shoppers.

Yale Guen Mar, you are being grossly unfair to your Hmong grocer by indulging in gross farting inside the grocery store. Either step outside the store to fart or have Maichi Thai insert a cork in your anus before you go for your grocery shopping.

Yale Guen Mar, you have been a bad neighbor. Why have you been shitting on the taro patch of one of your Hmong neighbors? Not satisfied with molesting the Hmong-owned pigs, you have now take to fertilizing their taro patches !!
Vladimir says Chinese aren't native of SE ASIA
2014-04-06 02:10:04 UTC
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will USA use NATO to intervene into North Korea ' s Democracy ,
just like in Ukrain ?
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
Associated Press By CARA ANNA
1 hour ago
http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-says-us-hell-bent-regime-change-164854158.html
Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Ri Tong Il, responds to a question during his news conference at United Nations headquarters, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.
U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday on North Korea missile launch Reuters
Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il also repeated that his government "made it very clear we will carry out a new form of nuclear test" but refused to elaborate, saying only that "I recommend you to wait and see what it is."
His comments came at North Korea's second press conference at the United Nations in two weeks, a surprising rate for the reclusive Communist regime.
Ri blamed the U.S. for aggravating tensions on the Korean Peninsula by continuing "very dangerous" military drills with South Korea, by pursuing action in the U.N. Security Council against his country's recent ballistic missile launches and by going after Pyongyang's human rights performance.
Ri also accused the U.S. of blocking a resumption of six-party talks on its nuclear program by settling preconditions and said Washington's primary goal is to maintain tensions and prevent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
A U.S. diplomat who was not authorized to comment publicly later responded: "We have long made clear - in close consultation with our allies - that we are open to improved relations with the DPRK if it is willing to take clear actions to live up to its international obligations and commitments."
MORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREAPlay videoMORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREA
North Korea walked away from the six-party nuclear disarmament talks in 2009 over disagreements on how to verify steps the North was meant to take to end its nuclear programs. The U.S. and its allies are demanding that the North demonstrate its sincerity in ending its drive to acquire nuclear weapons.
Since pulling out of the six-party talks, the North has conducted two nuclear tests, at least two long-range rocket tests and most recently short-range rocket launches.
Using the initials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the country's official name, Ri said, "The DPRK has been making strenuous, hard efforts, very generous, toward easing the tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but ignoring all this generous position of the DPRK and its proposals, the U.S. went ahead with opening the joint military drills, very aggressive nature, and they're now expanding in a crazy manner the scale of this exercise."
He also rejected as "illegal" a Security Council statement last week that condemned North Korea's test-firing of two medium-range ballistic missiles as violations of council resolutions.
The deputy ambassador did not answer questions on detained American Kenneth Bae or on his country's drone program, which it has been promoting recently. South Korean experts this week claimed that two small, camera-equipped drones had been flown across the border by the North, calling them crude and decidedly low-tech. Both drones crashed in South Korea.
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Associated Press writer Edith M. Lederer contributed.
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2014-04-07 00:43:14 UTC
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
This is the truth. The USA want a change of regime in N Korea since the 50s. The USA tried sanctions, tried isolations, tried covert actions, tried using the United Nations...tried using agent to kill Kim Jong II....tried getting N Korean Gernals to mount a military coup... ALL attempts by the USA... FAILED.

Now, Kim Jong-un is working the President Park to reunite the two Koreas. If they are successful, the US troops in S Korea will have to go. To prevent this from happening, Obama is doubling his effort to change the regime in N Korea.

Obama is not very smart...China will NEVER allow a change of regime in N Korea. It is because China helped N Korea, the US failed to engineer a regime change in Korea.
Vladimir says Chinese aren't native of SE ASIA
2014-04-07 01:42:12 UTC
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CPC in CHINA

does not want
the border of NATO or USA to touch China
via South Korea .
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
This is the truth. The USA want a change of regime in N Korea since the 50s. The USA tried sanctions, tried isolations, tried covert actions, tried using the United Nations...tried using agent to kill Kim Jong II....tried getting N Korean Gernals to mount a military coup... ALL attempts by the USA... FAILED.
Now, Kim Jong-un is working the President Park to reunite the two Koreas. If they are successful, the US troops in S Korea will have to go. To prevent this from happening, Obama is doubling his effort to change the regime in N Korea.
Obama is not very smart...China will NEVER allow a change of regime in N Korea. It is because China helped N Korea, the US failed to engineer a regime change in Korea.
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2017-06-15 21:07:23 UTC
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
Yale Guen Mar, wasn't your first wife from North Korea? Would she be siding with dictator Kim Jong-un? Did you always support Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il?

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/xiNVImHuO1M
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When the present cruel punk dictator is assassinated.
http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/kim-jong-nams-son-han-sol-arriving-kl
The more exposal he gets, the more likely he will be killed.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/yZx7K3JzOrM
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Kim Jong Un has an amazing new haircut. We have many, many questions
Please don't mind Yale Guen Mar's totally irrelevant posts. He is under a lot of mental stress. Yale Guen Mar, during every change of his catheter, has been begging Meichi Thai for a Brazilian. And Meichi Thai has been refusing to do anything beyond changing his catheter and his soiled diapers. Yale Guen Mar has lost his mental stability.

It must be Yale Guen Mar's senility that is speaking for him in his posts. He attempts to reply to a post. But by the time he is ready to type in his reply, he can no longer remember what/who he is replying to.
That's when he ripostes with his standard nonsensical paragraph of inanities and profanities not just in the body of the post but, very often, even in the title of the thread!!

Yale Guen Mar is much like the old senile who is so far gone that by the time he takes off his pants in the bedroom, he has forgotten why he took them off. So he proceeds to pee and shit in his bed!!
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Kim Jong Un has an amazing new haircut. We have many, many questions
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/offbeat/kim-jong-un-has-an-amazing-new-haircut-we-have-many-many-questions/ar-BBhL6Xx?ocid=UP97DHP
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Amanda Taub
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North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un debuted a new haircut -- and a new ... eyebrowcut? -- at a politburo meeting on Wednesday. The style is a variation on Kim's signature shaved sides, but with the top now sculpted into a high, wedge-shaped pompadour that sits atop Kim's head like a hat, or perhaps a small, dormant woodland creature. The North Korean despot accessorized his new look with partially-shaven eyebrows that now stop just above his pupils.
1: What instructions did Kim Jong Un give his barber that resulted in this style?
2: Was it, "Hey, you know trapezoids?"
3: Or perhaps, "You know my main priority is to ensure that my ears do not feel crowded, let's work on a 'do that really lets the old face-handles breathe"?
4: Kim Jong Un famously adopted his shaved-sided, center-parted haircut as a way to signal connection with his grandfather and the country's founding leader, Kim Il Sung. Now the sides are still shaved, but the center part is GONE. What does it mean?
5: Could it be that the the new style conveys an intent to embrace the legacy of his father Kim Jong Il, who also often sported a uniform crest of hair unbroken by any parting?
6: Or is it intended to signify that North Korea, like Kim Jong Un's hair, is reaching new heights and cannot be stopped by gravity or any other natural force?
7: Does his haircut sail majestically ever-upwards, unlike the North Korean Unha rocket that failed spectacularly after launch in 2012, breaking up over the Sea of Japan?
8: Could Kim Jong Un's new haircut carry a warhead?
9: Could Kim Jong Un's new haircut target Seoul?
10: Will the haircut affect the possible resumption of the six-party talks on the future of North Korea's nuclear weapons program?
11: Given the haircut's obvious strength, would it be prudent to consider it a potential party to the talks in its own right?
12: Will the parties to the multilateral negotiations now be North Korea, South Korea, Japan, China, Russia, the United States, and Kim Jong Un's haircut?
13: Is Kim Jong Un's haircut willing to negotiate in good faith?
14: What are the haircut's demands?
15: Is the haircut committed to to North Korea's Juche communist ideology, or is it a pragmatist?
16: Would the haircut ever defect?
17: What if, hypothetically, the haircut were offered access to a tourmaline-coated ceramic straightening iron and residence in the western city of its choice?
18: How about some argan oil as a deal sweetener?
19: Doesn't the haircut realize that it's so much more than just an appendage to Kim Jong Un?
20: Why can't the haircut just believe in its own potential for once?
21: Doesn't the haircut want to be a star?
22: Hasn't the haircut ever heard the maxim "fall down seven times, stand up eight?"
23: What does the haircut mean, "of course you'd quote a Japanese proverb"?
24: Why would the haircut think that was meant to be a reference to Japanese occupation of the Korean peninsula?
25: Why is the haircut suddenly so angry?
26: Oh god what is the haircut doing?
27: Is anyone else seeing this?
28: Oh no is that --?
29: Help?
Associated Press By CARA ANNA
1 hour ago
http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-says-us-hell-bent-regime-change-164854158.html
Deputy Permanent Representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Ri Tong Il, responds to a question during his news conference at United Nations headquarters, Monday, March 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.
U.N. Security Council to meet Thursday on North Korea missile launch Reuters
Pyongyang's deputy U.N. ambassador Ri Tong Il also repeated that his government "made it very clear we will carry out a new form of nuclear test" but refused to elaborate, saying only that "I recommend you to wait and see what it is."
His comments came at North Korea's second press conference at the United Nations in two weeks, a surprising rate for the reclusive Communist regime.
Ri blamed the U.S. for aggravating tensions on the Korean Peninsula by continuing "very dangerous" military drills with South Korea, by pursuing action in the U.N. Security Council against his country's recent ballistic missile launches and by going after Pyongyang's human rights performance.
Ri also accused the U.S. of blocking a resumption of six-party talks on its nuclear program by settling preconditions and said Washington's primary goal is to maintain tensions and prevent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
A U.S. diplomat who was not authorized to comment publicly later responded: "We have long made clear - in close consultation with our allies - that we are open to improved relations with the DPRK if it is willing to take clear actions to live up to its international obligations and commitments."
MORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREAPlay videoMORE EXECUTIONS IN NORTH KOREA
North Korea walked away from the six-party nuclear disarmament talks in 2009 over disagreements on how to verify steps the North was meant to take to end its nuclear programs. The U.S. and its allies are demanding that the North demonstrate its sincerity in ending its drive to acquire nuclear weapons.
Since pulling out of the six-party talks, the North has conducted two nuclear tests, at least two long-range rocket tests and most recently short-range rocket launches.
Using the initials of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the country's official name, Ri said, "The DPRK has been making strenuous, hard efforts, very generous, toward easing the tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but ignoring all this generous position of the DPRK and its proposals, the U.S. went ahead with opening the joint military drills, very aggressive nature, and they're now expanding in a crazy manner the scale of this exercise."
He also rejected as "illegal" a Security Council statement last week that condemned North Korea's test-firing of two medium-range ballistic missiles as violations of council resolutions.
The deputy ambassador did not answer questions on detained American Kenneth Bae or on his country's drone program, which it has been promoting recently. South Korean experts this week claimed that two small, camera-equipped drones had been flown across the border by the North, calling them crude and decidedly low-tech. Both drones crashed in South Korea.
___
Associated Press writer Edith M. Lederer contributed.
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2017-06-17 07:27:34 UTC
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North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
Yale Guen Mar, wasn't your first wife from North Korea? Would she be siding with dictator Kim Jong-un? Did you always support Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il?

Yale Guen Mar has a very soft corner for North Korea.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/kB_iOgpuHPE
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I had a wonderful and successful life in the U.S., wonderful children and grandchildren.
I have always taken the communist side of any debate, any discussion. It's my nature. This fact is in my file when I was interviewed for security clearance.
My first wife's family was a land-owning class of North Korea when the Japanese invaded Korea. Her family and her group moved to China to fight against the Japanese. Her father was a graduate of Whampao Military Academy in China and an officer of the Nationalist Chinese Army during WWII. She was born in Chungking, the wartime capital of China.
After WWII ended, the Korean faction of the Chinese Army went back to Korea. She was driven by military escort and guards everywhere they go. Synman Rhee had the opposition party leaders killed because he had U.S. support. Her father was killed and the body was never found.
My first wife was very anti-communist. On any discussion on communism, I always had to take the communist side as I am currently doing in soc.culture.china.
Yale Guen Mar, you know which side of the bread is buttered. You know enough of the life under the North Korean regime not to relocate there or even to the land of your birth to live under CCP dictatorship.

Yale Guen Mar, you are not rst0wxyz, rst2wxyz, rst4wxyz, rst7wxyz or rst9wxyz
.
You are Yale Guen Mar (born 1st February, 1938 in mainland China) who lives on 3851 Twilight Avenue in Merced, California.

No subterfuge will erase the fact that you have been using aliases not just to to hide your troubled past but to act a Qusiling to USA where you have resided since 1949.

Shame on you. No wonder you were thrown out by May Fung and Yuhua Luo.

Even your live-in-nurse-cum-maid Meichi Thai detests you.

You have become the object of scorn of your Hmong neighbors on Twilight Avenue.

Your tombstone can only read:

Lies here the man with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
'This is my own, my native land!'

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