The ping-pong match – only because I’m not interested in watching ping-pong matches at the Olympics in Brazil – between China and Japan continues over the Senkaku Islands as the saga continues with China going “ping” and Japan going “pong”. Recently, Japan’s coast guard released a video of Chinese ships apparently entering the disputed waters near the Senkaku Islands. This comes as Japan announced escalation with their plans to develop a new land-to-sea missile system to be deployed to the south in Okinawa Prefecture. The missiles with a range of 186 miles should be sufficient to take out Chinese intruders. Sounds like a sound business proposition to me.
Let’s watch the clip. And I really hope those approximately 230 Chinese fishing vessels are not dumping their sewage into the ocean? Lets see, approximately 12 crew members per ship at 230 ships comes to 2,760 Chinese fisherman pooping at least once a day aboard their ships. Where does all that sludge go to? What if it’s getting dumped into the East China Sea? That would be worth watching a Japan-based land-to-sea missile take out a raw feces-dumping Chinese fishing ship.
Japan Coast Guard releases video showing Chinese intrusions into waters near Senkaku Islands