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Aug 09th
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Sunday, 22 July 2012 15:46
Dear Joseph, Thank you, very much, for keeping me updated on this matter, which is of huge interest to me. This "glorious" "military" action on the part of the Chinese horde vividly illustrates what this oh-so-refined people is capable of. It leaves no doubt in our minds that preparedness against those savages is a capitally serious topic. They are, no doubt, our enemy. And the Philippines shall not be trod upon again, ever. The last such offence came from the Japs. If the Chinese try anything cute, they shall discover who they were unwise to mess with. I am not aware of what, if any, outcry was heard on an international level regarding 14MAR88. Perhaps the United Nations, which has never been one iota more than a zero to the left of the decimal point, issued a "hefty" statement condemning this outrage. If so, the Chinks, undoubtedly, must have been made to feel terribly bad, I am sure! Very recently, FOUR Filipino fishermen were MURDERED by the Chinese off Pangasinan, when a ship of theirs deliberately rammed and sank a Filipino fishing vessel. What, I ask, has been said -even better, done- about this? Has the UN "pronounced" itself with most stern conviction about this cowardly murder? Has any of the other international organisms taken any sort of action about this? Does anybody even regret the loss of those four lives, and think about their loved ones whose sorrow is simply ignored by the civilized world? I, personally, don't much care about who does what. I, personally, am now at war with China. I applaud and welcome the honorable standing of the United States beside the Philippines -it is the least they can do since they acquired a debt of honor towards the Philippines as a result of having murdered 250,000 Filipinos opposing their subjugation by the United States after the Spaniards decided that they had had enough with raping the Philippines. When I have migrated to the Philippines, I pledge to do anything I possibly can to defend the country against any abuse or invasion. China better prepare for rivers of blood, for we all shall defend the Philippines. The National Anthem of Guatemala has the following verses: "...for thy people, with ferocious souls, shall be dead, rather than enslaved". The Pambansang Awit, National Anthem of the Republic of Philippines, has a quite similar ending: "Aming ligaya, na pag may mang-aapi, Ang mamatay nang dahil sa iyo!" (But it is glory ever, when thou art wronged, For us, thy sons to suffer and die").

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