Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Anchor: The U.S. President Barack Obama visited four Asian countries. He strengthened the military alliance with Japan and the Philippines and formed a chain of islands to surround China. The U.S. also deployed B-2 stealth bombers for the Asia- Pacific allies and increased aircraft carrier exercises. These actions are conducted to suppress the “provocative acts” of the CCP in the East China Sea and South China Sea. In this regard, the CCP military generals also made up slogans such as “to fight tonight”. Therefore, how to develop US-China relations next? Voice: On Apr. 28, the United States and the Philippines signed an agreement which allows the U.S. to deploy troops, ships and aircraft in the Philippines. It means that more U.S. troops will be transferred to the Philippines. The US-Philippine relations expert Castro from De La Salle University Philippines said that this agreement will change the situation in the South China Sea. It is a message to China: “We stare at you!” In recent years, there have been many repeated confrontations between the CCP, the Philippines and other countries in the South China Sea due to territorial disputes. In the South China Sea, a confrontation occurred between Chinese boats and the warships or survey vessels from the United States, Indonesia and Vietnam. The most serious event happened in April 2012, when a month-long tense confrontation occurred in Huangyan Island between a Chinese ocean surveillance ship, one Philippine warship and the Coast Guard boats. It’s not onlythe South China Sea, “the Diaoyu Islands” problem has entangled the CCP and Japan in recent years in the East China Sea. However, when Obama visited Japan, he said that the U. S. commitment for the protection of Japan is “absolutely” in the treaty. In fact, the U.S. military is ready for action in response to Obama. The Wall Street Journal quoted U.S. officials as saying that the U.S. military has prepared a variety of programs, which could be the strong responses to any “provocative actions” of the CCP in the South China Sea and East China Sea in future. These programs include dispatching B-2 stealth bombers in the neighboring regions of China, increasing the reconnaissance flights of U.S. warplanes, sending aircraft carriers into the disputed waters close to China, and holding of aircraft carrier exercises close to China, etc. This new program was developed by the U.S. Pacific Command (US Pacific Command) in recent months. Yen, Chen-Shen, a professor at the Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University said: “I think, the United States does not want to let these tense relations become a trigger in the future, which could be as out of control as the situation in the Middle East. It is equal to deterrence to some extent.” Yen, Chen-Shen thought that the U.S. hopes to reach a balance of military strength in the region by strengthening the military strength of the allies. Therefore, the risk of war would be reduced. The pincer attack formation made by the U.S., Japan and the Philippines makes some CCP people very unhappy. Tang Gusheng, the political commander of the South China Sea Fleet published a strongly worded article in People’s Daily — the CCP official media and required “to fight tonight” to deal with the international situation. The hawks Major General Luo Yuan also pointed out that Obama wanted to intimidate China (CCP) by showing his attitude to Japan and the Philippines. He reminded the CCP military needs to be able to fight tonight and keep up a fighting and victorious gesture. Ding Shufan, the professor at National Chengchi University: “These retired PLA generals expressed anger, resentment and they mentioned to prepare a fight. These are not so very unexpected. The problem is how the current political leaders or senior military leaders think. It might be a different matter.” Wu Shengli, the CCP Navy Commander said in the 14th Western Pacific Naval Symposium (Qingdao, Shandong) that the current situation in the East China Sea is grim. There is a possibility of misfires between the China and Japan navies. There is a need to study how to “fight without fire”. The Sun in Hong Kong expressed their doubts. It was reported that if the CCP is not ready for the “fire”, how to deal with the devastating war? If the CCP is afraid of “fire” with Japan, then how to deal with the United States? 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/

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