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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 10:54 pm 
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By: Nestor Corrales - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
INQUIRER.net / 05:16 PM May 21, 2018
China bomber

In this undated file photo released by Xinhua News Agency, a Chinese H-6K bomber patrols the islands and reefs in the South China Sea. The China Daily newspaper reported Saturday, May 19, 2018 that People’s Liberation Army Air Force conducted takeoff and landing training with the H-6K bomber in the South China Sea. (Photo by LIU RUI / Xinhua via AP)

The meeting between Philippine officials and the United States Pacific Command (Pacom) chief was meant to assure the US that the Philippines has not abandoned its traditional alliance, Malacañang said on Monday.

“Well I can only surmise that the visit is intended to reassure the United States that, while we are pursuing an independent foreign policy, we have not actually – we have not abandoned our traditional ally, the United States,” presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a Palace briefing.

Government officials, led by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, met on Friday with Adm. Harry Harris Jr., Pacom chief, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

“That is probably to reassure [Harris] that we value the continued friendship and security cooperation that we have had with the United States throughout the years,” Roque said.

The meeting took place as China deployed bomber planes in the disputed South China Sea. /atm

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namamangka sa dalawang... dagat. :banghead:

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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 10:57 pm 
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‘Damn us! Are we this helpless?’ – Lacson on sea features named by China
By: Maila Ager - Reporter / @MAgerINQ
INQUIRER.net / 09:49 PM February 13, 2018

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“Damn us! Are we this helpless?” Sen. Panfilo Lacson said in reaction to reports that China has successfully named five undersea features within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the Philippine Rise (Benham Rise).

In a Twitter post Tuesday night, Lacson enumerated the five features reportedly named by China: Jinghao and Tianbao Seamounts, Haidonquing Seamount, Cuiqiao Hill and Jujiu Seamounts.

“It’s probably a matter of time before we see Chinese structures on more artificial islands,” the senator said.

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inutile government. kaya puslit ng puslit mga droga galing china, mukhang me nag ni-ninong sa bansa...

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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 10:59 pm 
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By: Frances Mangosing - Reporter / @FMangosingINQ
INQUIRER.net / 04:31 PM February 13, 2018


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China has moved to name five undersea features within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the Philippine Rise (Benham Rise), a maritime law expert has revealed.

“The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) approved the names proposed by China last year (2017). Three of the features were reported to have been ‘discovered’ during a 2004 survey by the Li Shiguang Hao of the China Navy Hydrographic Office, which submitted the names for consideration by the IHO in 2014,” said Jay Batongbacal, director of the University of the Philippines Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea, in a Facebook post on Monday.

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kaya pala takot lumapit ang jetski nung mga loko. takot magalit China pag dun sila umeksena sa PH Rise... :banghead:

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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 9:08 am 
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By: Allan Macatuno - Correspondent / @amacatunoINQ
Inquirer Central Luzon / 01:00 AM April 24, 2016

SUBIC, Zambales—Filipino fishermen last week fought off a Chinese Coast Guard vessel that was driving them away from the Scarborough Shoal, according to a crew member of a fishing vessel that had just arrived from the shoal.

The crew of FB Leslie May struck the approaching rubber boat deployed by the Chinese on April 15 after the Chinese patrol threatened to cut off the vessel’s anchor, said Joely Saligan, 36, a fisherman from Barangay Calapandayan here.

The Filipinos were fishing near the shoal around 9 a.m. on April 15 when the Chinese chanced upon them.

“Their rubber boat was damaged and they immediately left us there. At that instance, we knew they called for backup,” Saligan told the Inquirer on Saturday.

Saligan, who was tasked with managing the engine of FB Leslie May, said the rubber boat returned, escorted by a Chinese Coast Guard ship. One of the ship’s crew members ordered the Filipinos to leave the shoal, he said.

The shoal is located 230 kilometers from Masinloc town, Zambales province, well within the Philippines’ 370-km exclusive economic zone.

It is also known to residents of this coastal town as Panatag Shoal or Bajo de Masinloc.

“Philippines go away! Go home!” Saligan said, quoting one of the Chinese coast guards.

Instead of leaving, Saligan said they turned to the other Filipino fishermen who were in the area.

“We wanted to gather together as a show of force but it enraged the Chinese coast guard,” Saligan recounted.

He said several Chinese vessels also chased 11 other Filipino fishing boats, each carrying nine or 10 fishermen.

“The chase lasted for about five hours. They (Chinese coast guards) only stopped and left us when it was almost dark,” Saligan said.


He said the Chinese carried long firearms.

“Despite that, we will remain resolute. We’re not doing anything illegal so we will continue to insist on our rights to fish around the shoal,” he said.

The shoal also serves as a midsea refuge for fishing boats during stormy weather at sea. It used to be a free zone for local fishermen until the Chinese began patrolling the area in 2012.

Another fisherman, Junmar Pumicpic, 25, captain of FB Bubhoy, said they had no plans to avoid Panatag Shoal despite the increased presence of Chinese Coast Guard vessels there.

Pumicpic and his crew left this town on Friday for another monthlong trip back to the Scarborough Shoal.

On March 5, Pumicpic’s boat was damaged when it was rammed by a Chinese Coast Guard rubber boat that carried three uniformed men.

In the past several months, Filipino fishermen stood their ground and showed no fear as they faced the Chinese, Pumicpic said.

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these Filipino fishermen have to fight for themselves since their government will not...


Noong April 24, 2016 pa pala ang balita...

2012 pa pala may nagpapatrolya? :shock:

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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 9:26 am 
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Kasalanan ni Digong dahil nung 2012 wala siyang ginawa habang nagpapatrolya ang mga Intsik...

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Kasalanan ni Digong dahil nung 2012 wala siyang ginawa habang nagpapatrolya ang mga Intsik...

Eh yung benham, 2004 naman may survey na pala? :shock:

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Kasalanan ni Digong dahil nung 2012 wala siyang ginawa habang nagpapatrolya ang mga Intsik...

Eh yung benham, 2004 naman may survey na pala? :shock:


At 2014 nag apply ng naming rights ang China..
Kasalanan din yan ni Digong...

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JABEZJ wrote:
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Kasalanan ni Digong dahil nung 2012 wala siyang ginawa habang nagpapatrolya ang mga Intsik...

Eh yung benham, 2004 naman may survey na pala? :shock:


At 2014 nag apply ng naming rights ang China..
Kasalanan din yan ni Digong...

Aba aba aba... Dumadami ah. :(

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By: Allan Macatuno - Correspondent / @amacatunoINQ
Inquirer Central Luzon / 01:00 AM April 24, 2016

SUBIC, Zambales—Filipino fishermen last week fought off a Chinese Coast Guard vessel that was driving them away from the Scarborough Shoal, according to a crew member of a fishing vessel that had just arrived from the shoal.

The crew of FB Leslie May struck the approaching rubber boat deployed by the Chinese on April 15 after the Chinese patrol threatened to cut off the vessel’s anchor, said Joely Saligan, 36, a fisherman from Barangay Calapandayan here.

The Filipinos were fishing near the shoal around 9 a.m. on April 15 when the Chinese chanced upon them.

“Their rubber boat was damaged and they immediately left us there. At that instance, we knew they called for backup,” Saligan told the Inquirer on Saturday.

Saligan, who was tasked with managing the engine of FB Leslie May, said the rubber boat returned, escorted by a Chinese Coast Guard ship. One of the ship’s crew members ordered the Filipinos to leave the shoal, he said.

The shoal is located 230 kilometers from Masinloc town, Zambales province, well within the Philippines’ 370-km exclusive economic zone.

It is also known to residents of this coastal town as Panatag Shoal or Bajo de Masinloc.

“Philippines go away! Go home!” Saligan said, quoting one of the Chinese coast guards.

Instead of leaving, Saligan said they turned to the other Filipino fishermen who were in the area.

“We wanted to gather together as a show of force but it enraged the Chinese coast guard,” Saligan recounted.

He said several Chinese vessels also chased 11 other Filipino fishing boats, each carrying nine or 10 fishermen.

“The chase lasted for about five hours. They (Chinese coast guards) only stopped and left us when it was almost dark,” Saligan said.


He said the Chinese carried long firearms.

“Despite that, we will remain resolute. We’re not doing anything illegal so we will continue to insist on our rights to fish around the shoal,” he said.

The shoal also serves as a midsea refuge for fishing boats during stormy weather at sea. It used to be a free zone for local fishermen until the Chinese began patrolling the area in 2012.

Another fisherman, Junmar Pumicpic, 25, captain of FB Bubhoy, said they had no plans to avoid Panatag Shoal despite the increased presence of Chinese Coast Guard vessels there.

Pumicpic and his crew left this town on Friday for another monthlong trip back to the Scarborough Shoal.

On March 5, Pumicpic’s boat was damaged when it was rammed by a Chinese Coast Guard rubber boat that carried three uniformed men.

In the past several months, Filipino fishermen stood their ground and showed no fear as they faced the Chinese, Pumicpic said.

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these Filipino fishermen have to fight for themselves since their government will not...



yes tama ka DR.. Pnoy government didn't fight



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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 11:43 am 
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ah Basta kasalanan ni Digong yan!

wala cyang ginawa nung Governor pa cya ng Zambales!!!!!

resign na dapat cya!


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king ina talaga tong si Digong! ba't di sya nag jetski nung 2012 pa!


nabaril na sana nya yung mga intsik!

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MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday insisted he won’t go to war that would result in the destruction of the armed forces of the country amid China’s show of military force in the disputed West Philippine Sea.

Duterte made this comment as he graced the 120th anniversary of the Philippine Navy, which is tasked to defend the country’s maritime territories.

“I cannot afford at this time to go to war. I cannot go into a battle, which I cannot win and it would only result in the destruction and probably a lot of losses for our armed forces,” Duterte said in his speech during the event held at the Coconut Palace, CCP Complex in Pasay City.

http://www.ptvnews.ph/duterte-navy-wont-go-war-west-philippine-sea/


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Cayetano: Duterte ready for war in West Philippine Sea
By: Marlon Ramos - Reporter / @MRamosINQ
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:26 AM May 29, 2018

Despite his frequent defeatist talk, President Rodrigo Duterte is ready to declare war on China or any other country if they attempt to exploit the natural resources in the West Philippine Sea, Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said on Monday.

West Philippine Sea is the local name of the waters within the country’s 370-kilometer exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea.

Cayetano gave assurance of President Duterte’s readiness to defend the Philippines’ sovereignty in the West Philippine Sea before Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) officials who attended the weekly flag-raising ceremony at their head office on Roxas Boulevard in Manila.

‘Bahala na’

“The President has said that. If anyone gets the natural resources in the West Philippine Sea, he will go to war,” Cayetano said in his speech, an official transcription of which was provided to reporters by the DFA’s Office of Public Diplomacy.

“He said, ‘Bahala na.’ [But] he will go to war,” Cayetano said.

“Bahala na” is an expression Filipinos use when they don’t know what happens next. The closest equivalent in English is “whatever will be, will be,” from Doris Day’s 1956 song “Que sera, sera.”

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bahala na. bahala na kayo maniwala sa parating double talk.

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Posting an old news leads to inconcistencies and leads to confusion....

Oh well news pa rin naman, 2 years ago


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2018 2:55 pm 
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^ Kaya nga inconsistent itong si Amiga, masyadong fanatic basta ang balita against kay tatay Digong :lol:


Basta news nang mga Dilawan yan ay gospel of thruth niya no matter what. :lol: :lol:



Uto-uto talaga :biglaugh:


Ang hinde niya alam Tatay Digong is just trolling with the dilawan Media at mga uto-uto :lol:

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strategy lang yan ni tatay digong na pabago bago ng stand para lituhin ang china :lol: :lol: :lol:

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