LE PRÉSIDENT CHINOIS ORDRES ARMÉE POPULAIRE DE LIBÉRATION DE «PRÉPARER AU COMBAT » _ 12_07_2016.

12-07-2016

 

LE PRÉSIDENT CHINOIS ORDRES ARMÉE POPULAIRE DE LIBÉRATION DE «PRÉPARER AU COMBAT »

Pékin promet de ne pas tenir compte au pouvoir du tribunal international sur la mer de Chine méridionale

 

Le président chinois Xi Jinping a ordonné l’Armée de «préparer au combat » contre action américaine hostile dans la mer de Chine du Sud. _ 12_07_2016. 

Le président chinois Xi Jinping a ordonné l’Armée de libération du peuple à «préparer au combat » contre une éventuelle action américaine hostile dans la mer de Chine du Sud.

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Chinese president has given order to prepare for military combat: Boxun News

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Chine Ordres Combat Préparation Contre USA 

China Orders Combat Preparation Against USA 

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China has ordered its military to prepare for combat with the USA after losing a Court Ruling at the Hague over Islands in the South China Sea https://www.superstation95.com/index….

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Xi Jinping préparation des ordres de combat devant décision mer de Chine méridionale: Boxun Nouvelles 

Xi Jinping orders combat preparation ahead of South China Sea ruling: Boxun News 

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Président de Chine ordonne leur armée se préparer au combat! 

President Of China Orders Their Army to PREPARE FOR COMBAT!

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CHINESE PRESIDENT ORDERS PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY TO “PREPARE FOR COMBAT”

Beijing vows to ignore ruling of international tribunal on South China Sea

  JULY 12, 2016

Chinese President Orders People's Liberation Army to "Prepare For Combat"

Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the People’s Liberation Army to “prepare for combat” as a measure against possible hostile U.S. action in the South China Sea after an international tribunal ruled that Beijing had no exclusive control over the area.

“The Permanent Court of Arbitration said there was no evidence that China had historically exercised exclusive control over the waters or resources,”reports the BBC.

China responded by labeling the ruling “ill-founded” and refused to be bound by it.

However, behind the scenes, Xi Jinping fears that the U.S. could seize on the ruling to justify aggressive military maneuvers in the area and has ordered PLA forces to prepare for war.

“Chinese president Xi Jinping has reportedly ordered the People’s Liberation Army to prepare for combat,” reports Arirang.com. “U.S.-based Boxun News said Tuesday that the instruction was given in case the United States takes provocative action in the waters once the ruling is made.”

A U.S. aircraft carrier and fighter jets were already sent to the region in anticipation of the ruling, with the Chinese Navy also carrying out exercises near the disputed Paracel islands.

Last October, China said it was “not frightened” to fight a war with the U.S. following an incident where the guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen violated the 12-nautical mile zone China claims around Subi and Mischief reefs in the Spratly archipelago.

China’s Navy has repeatedly issued warnings to U.S. surveillance planes flying over the region.

Experts have warned that an accidental collision between aircraft, similar to a 2001 incident which led to an international controversy, could spark a deadly conflict. According to Michael Auslin, a war between the two superpowers is more likely than at any point in the last 20 years.

Last year, billionaire investor George Soros also cautioned that the ruling Communist Party may see fit to rally its population around an external threat in order to head off a societal collapse in the aftermath of an economic implosion.

“There is a real danger that China will align itself with Russia politically and militarily, and then the threat of third world war becomes real,” said Soros.

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LE PRÉSIDENT CHINOIS ORDRES ARMÉE POPULAIRE DE LIBÉRATION DE «PRÉPARER AU COMBAT »

Pékin promet de ne pas tenir compte au pouvoir du tribunal international sur la mer de Chine méridionale

  JUILLET 12, 2016 

Le président chinois Xi Jinping a ordonné l’Armée de libération du peuple à «préparer au combat » comme une mesure contre une éventuelle action américaine hostile dans la mer de Chine du Sud après un tribunal international a jugé que Pékin avait pas un contrôle exclusif sur la zone.

«La Cour permanente d’arbitrage a dit qu’il n’y avait aucune preuve que laChine avait historiquement exercé un contrôle exclusif sur les eaux ou ressources» , rapporte la BBC .

La Chine a répondu en qualifiant la décision de « mal fondée » et a refusé d’être lié par elle.

Cependant, dans les coulisses, Xi Jinping craint que les États-Unis pourrait se saisir de la décision pour justifier les manœuvres militaires agressives dans la région et a ordonné aux forces de l’APL pour se préparer à la guerre.

 » Le président chinois Xi Jinping aurait ordonné l’ Armée delibération du peuple de se préparer pour le combat, » rapporte Arirang.com . »Boxun Nouvelles aux États-Unis a déclaré mardi que l’instruction a été donnée dans le cas où les Etats-Unis prend acte de provocation dans les eaux une fois que la décision soit rendue. »

A États-Unis porte-avions et avions de chasse ont déjà été envoyés dans la région en prévision de la décision, avec la marine chinoise portant également des exercices près des îles Paracel contestées.

Octobre dernier, la Chine a dit qu’il était « pas peur » de mener une guerreavec les États – Unis suite à un incident où le destroyer lance-missiles USS Lassen a violé la zone de mile de 12 milles marins de la Chine revendique environ Subi et Mischief récifs de l’archipel Spratly.

Marine chinoise a à plusieurs reprises émis des avertissements à des avions de surveillance américains survolant la région.

Les experts ont averti qu’une collision accidentelle entre les aéronefs, semblable à un incident 2001 , qui a conduit à une controverse internationale, pourrait déclencher un conflit mortel. Selon Michael Auslin , une guerre entre les deux superpuissances est plus probable à tout moment dans les 20 derniers années.

L’ an dernier, l’ investisseur milliardaire George Soros a également avertique le Parti communiste peut voir apte à rallier la population autour d’ une menace extérieure afin de parer à un effondrement de la société à la suite d’une implosion économique.

« Il existe un réel danger que la Chine va s’aligner avec la Russie politiquement et militairement, puis la menace de troisième guerre mondiale devient réalité», a déclaré Soros.

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Xi Jinping Orders Military to ‘Prepare for Combat’ After South China Sea Ruling



Xi Jinping orders combat preparation ahead of South China Sea ruling: Boxun News

Updated: 2016-07-12 12:00:27 KST

(See video at source)

Chinese president Xi Jinping has reportedly ordered the People’s Liberation Army to prepare for combat.

This comes ahead of an international tribunal on Tuesday that’s expected to issue an unfavorable ruling against China’s claims over the South China Sea.

U.S.-based Boxun News said Tuesday that the instruction was given in case the United States takes provocative action in the waters once the ruling is made.

The U.S. and China have been expanding their military activities across the sea, stoking heavy tension between the two superpowers.

China controls roughly 90 percent of the South China Sea, a critical waterway that handles some five trillion U.S. dollars worth of trade every year.

The Philippines filed a suit to The Hague tribunal in 2013, accusing Beijing of seizing Scarborough Shoal, a fishing area that Manila claims is part of its exclusive economic zone.
It said China’s extensive maritime claims don’t conform to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea which was ratified by both countries.

Since then, the country has stacked up 15 claims against China’s vast territorial expansion.
China opposes the arbitration process.

It says it does not acknowledge the tribunal’s jurisdiction, and will not accept its ruling.
The Hague’s ruling on Tuesday is binding but the court lacks powers of enforcement.
Oh Soo-young, Arirang News.

Reporter : osy@arirang.co.kr
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Le Président Chinois Xi Jinping Ordres Armée Populaire de Libération De « Préparer Au Combat »

http://www.elitereaders.com/chinese-president-xi-jinping-orders-peoples-liberation-army-prepare-combat/

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Xi Jinping orders combat preparation ahead of South China Sea ruling: Boxun NewsUpdated: 2016-07-12 12:00:27 KST

Chinese president Xi Jinping has reportedly ordered the People’s Liberation Army to prepare for combat.
This comes ahead of an international tribunal on Tuesday that’s expected to issue an unfavorable ruling against China’s claims over the South China Sea.
U.S.-based Boxun News said Tuesday that the instruction was given in case the United States takes provocative action in the waters once the ruling is made.
The U.S. and China have been expanding their military activities across the sea, stoking heavy tension between the two superpowers.
China controls roughly 90 percent of the South China Sea, a critical waterway that handles some five trillion U.S. dollars worth of trade every year.
The Philippines filed a suit to The Hague tribunal in 2013, accusing Beijing of seizing Scarborough Shoal, a fishing area that Manila claims is part of its exclusive economic zone.
It said China’s extensive maritime claims don’t conform to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea which was ratified by both countries.
Since then, the country has stacked up 15 claims against China’s vast territorial expansion.
China opposes the arbitration process.
It says it does not acknowledge the tribunal’s jurisdiction, and will not accept its ruling.
The Hague’s ruling on Tuesday is binding but the court lacks powers of enforcement.
Oh Soo-young, Arirang News.

Reporter : osy@arirang.co.kr

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South China Sea: Tribunal backs case against China brought by Philippines

    • 12 July 2016 
Chinese dredging vessels are purportedly seen in the waters around Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly IslandsImage copyrightREUTERS
Image captionChina has accelerated construction on some disputed reefs

An international tribunal has ruled against Chinese claims to rights in the South China Sea, backing a case brought by the Philippines.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration said there was no evidence that China had historically exercised exclusive control over the waters or resources.

China called the ruling « ill-founded » and says it will not be bound by it.

China claims almost all of the South China Sea, including reefs and islands also claimed by others.

The tribunal in The Hague said China had violated the Philippines’ sovereign rights. It also said China had caused « severe harm to the coral reef environment » by building artificial islands.

The ruling came from an arbitration tribunal under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), which both countries have signed.

It ruled on seven of 15 points brought by the Philippines. Among the key findings were:

  • Fishermen from the Philippines and China both had fishing rights around the disputed Scarborough Shoal area, and China had interfered by restricting access
  • China had « destroyed evidence of the natural condition of features in the South China Sea » that formed part of the dispute
  • Transient use of features above water did not constitute inhabitation – one of the key conditions for claiming land rights of 200 nautical miles, rather than the 12 miles granted for rocks visible at high tide.

The ruling is binding but the Permanent Court of Arbitration has no powers of enforcement.

Map showing the South China Sea

The dispute

The Philippines has had diplomatic spats with China over the Scarborough Shoal and Spratlys in particular.

It says China’s « nine-dash line », which China uses to demarcate its territorial claims, is unlawful under the UNCLOS convention.

Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia and Brunei also have competing claims in the region.

Although these islands are largely uninhabited, they may have reserves of natural resources around them. There has been little detailed exploration of the area, so estimates are largely extrapolated from the mineral wealth of neighbouring areas.

The sea is also a major shipping route and home to fishing grounds that supply the livelihoods of people across the region.

Why is the South China Sea contentious?

Rivalries underneath the South China Sea

Reaction

As expected, China is standing firm and re-asserting its claim to the area.

« China’s territorial sovereignty and marine rights in the South China Sea will not be affected by the so-called Philippines South China Sea ruling in any way, » said Chinese President Xi Jinping.

He said China was « determined to maintain peace and stability » and was committed to resolving disputes « through negotiations based on respects to historical facts and according to international laws ».

China’s state news agency Xinhua said that « as the panel has no jurisdiction, its decision is naturally null and void ».

But Philippe Sands, a lawyer for the Philippines in the case, said it was a « clear and unanimous judgement that upholds the rule of law and the rights claimed by the Philippines ».

The Philippine government says it is now studying the ruling.

However, the BBC’s Jonah Fisher, in Manila, says the lack of celebrations may be a result of the recent change of government.

Our correspondent says many Filipinos believe newly elected President Rodrigo Duterte may have sought promises of Chinese investment, in return for a quiet, dignified response.

The US called the decision an « important contribution to the shared goal of a peaceful resolution to disputes in the South China Sea », and urged all parties to consider it « final and legally binding ».

Taiwan, which also claims the disputed area, said the ruling had « seriously damaged » its rights.

« We hereby solemnly state that we will definitely not accept this ruling, » the foreign ministry said.

The US sent an aircraft carrier and fighter jets to the region ahead of the decision, while the Chinese navy has been carrying out exercises near the disputed Paracel islands.


Conciliatory tone – Stephen McDonell, BBC News, Beijing

This result represents a major loss of face for China, and yet the first response from Beijing to the UN tribunal’s demolition of its claims seems be rather conciliatory.

On the one hand, the Chinese government has re-stated that it has territorial sovereignty and maritime rights in the area and that the activities of its people there date back to over 2,000 years ago.

However, it then goes on to talk about « consultation with the states directly concerned » and proposes « joint development in relevant maritime areas ».

Airlines and shipping companies will be pleased to hear that China has also restated that it respects « freedom of navigation and overflight enjoyed by all states under international law in the South China Sea » and that it stands ready to ensure « unimpeded access to international shipping lanes ».

All this seems to point towards Beijing possibly seeking some sort of negotiated settlement rather than ramping up the pressure on the Philippines following Manila’s comprehensive victory in The Hague.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-36771749

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