China’s South Sea claims rejected by Australia!
Since some time now, China has been making territorial claims in the South China Sea. These claims were rejected by America and now, Australia has done the same at the UN.
China has laid claims to almost all of the South China Sea!
How are people reacting to the claims made by China?
“China wants world domination. Look at the South Sea, look at South Africa, look at Australia, look at India, look at their funding of Antifa and look at their espionage.”
John Bolton Tweets:
“I’m happy to see the US has outright rejected all of China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea. This is not a Chinese province & will not be. It’s time to move beyond freedom of navigation exercises to oppose China’s coercive behavior in the region”
Mr. Paul Tweets:
“1/2 The SCS is one of the provider of needs for coastal ASEAN nations. China doesn’t have any legal basis for their claims. Also tell that to multiple things China done to fishermens and other peeps who gather resources in SCS. 2/2 Also, the US is relevant here so we can enforce the 2016 ruling. Chinese militarizion of islands there is illegal and it is encroaching the sovereignty of various nations.”
TA Patriot Tweets:
“The US should not grant any US visa to any Chinese citizen who can not verifiably demonstrate that he is not a member of the CCP or doesn’t have any affiliation with the CCP (including state owned companies). The burden of proof should be on the visa applicant.”
“Fascist imperialist China’s strategy since 1949 was ‘move in & invade unless someone else kicks you out.’ Like Hitler, the Chinese will go on invading until they’re stopped.”
Mike Pompeo, U.S Secretary of State said:
“The world will not allow Beijing to treat the South China Sea as its maritime empire. America stands with our Southeast Asian allies and partners in protecting their sovereign rights to offshore resources, consistent with their rights and obligations under international law. We stand with the international community in defense of freedom of the seas and respect for sovereignty and reject any push to impose ‘might makes right’ in the South China Sea or the wider region.”