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SOS Hillary Clinton at the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

October 7, 2011

SOS Hillary Clinton at the President’s Council …, posted with vodpod

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  1. Vcal permalink
    October 9, 2011 9:48 pm

    Stacy, no more photo bombs an more?
    Any way thank you for all you do for all of us Hillary fans!

    • Bea permalink
      October 10, 2011 12:00 am

      That’s precisely what I was thinking!!! I miss the Sunday photo bombs and the pics of the kitties. I’m particularly fond of that rascal, Ziggy.

      • October 11, 2011 7:26 pm

        I know, I am sorry, I haven’t been doing them lately. I will start back up this weekend, I promise.

        • Bea permalink
          October 13, 2011 1:10 am

          That’s OK. I’m sure that you have a busy life. I’ll be looking forward to the bomb this Sunday. Thank you.

      • vokoyo permalink
        October 27, 2011 8:11 pm

        International Recognition Of China’s Sovereignty over the Nansha Islands

        1. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Northern Island

        (a) China Sea Pilot compiled and printed by the Hydrography Department of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom in 1912 has accounts of the activities of the Chinese people on the Nansha Islands in a number of places.

        (b) The Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) carried an article on Dec. 31 of 1973 which quotes the British High Commissioner to Singapore as having said in 1970: “Spratly Island (Nanwei Island in Chinese) was a Chinese dependency, part of Kwangtung Province… and was returned to China after the war. We can not find any indication of its having been acquired by any other country and so can only conclude it is still held by communist China.”

        2. France

        (a) Le Monde Colonial Illustre mentioned the Nansha Islands in its September 1933 issue. According to that issue, when a French gunboat named Malicieuse surveyed the Nanwei Island of the Nansha Islands in 1930, they saw three Chinese on the island and when France invaded nine of the Nansha Islands by force in April 1933, they found all the people on the islands were Chinese, with 7 Chinese on the Nanzi Reef, 5 on the Zhongye Island, 4 on the Nanwei Island, thatched houses, water wells and holy statues left by Chinese on the Nanyue Island and a signboard with Chinese characters marking a grain storage on the Taiping Island.

        (b) Atlas International Larousse published in 1965 in France marks the Xisha, Nansha and Dongsha Islands by their Chinese names and gives clear indication of their ownership as China in brackets.

        3. Japan

        (a) Yearbook of New China published in Japan in 1966 describes the coastline of China as 11 thousand kilometers long from Liaodong Peninsula in the north to the Nansha Islands in the south, or 20 thousand kilometers if including the coastlines of all the islands along its coast;

        (b) Yearbook of the World published in Japan in 1972 says that Chinese territory includes not only the mainland, but also Hainan Island, Taiwan, Penghu Islands as well as the Dongsha, Xisha, Zhongsha and Nansha Islands on the South China Sea.

        4. The United States

        (a) Columbia Lippincott World Toponymic Dictionary published in the United States in 1961 states that the Nansha Islands on the South China Sea are part of Guangdong Province and belong to China.

        (b) The Worldmark Encyclopaedia of the Nations published in the United States in 1963 says that the islands of the People’s Republic extend southward to include those isles and coral reefs on the South China Sea at the north latitude 4°.

        (c) World Administrative Divisions Encyclopaedia published in 1971 says that the People’s Republic has a number of archipelagoes, including Hainan Island near the South China Sea, which is the largest, and a few others on the South China Sea extending to as far as the north latitude 4°, such as the Dongsha, Xisha, Zhongsha and Nansha Islands.

        5. Viet Nam

        (a) Vice Foreign Minister Dung Van Khiem of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam received Mr. Li Zhimin, charge d’affaires ad interim of the Chinese Embassy in Viet Nam and told him that “according to Vietnamese data, the Xisha and Nansha Islands are historically part of Chinese territory.” Mr. Le Doc, Acting Director of the Asian Department of the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry, who was present then, added that “judging from history, these islands were already part of China at the time of the Song Dynasty.”

        (b) Nhan Dan of Viet Nam reported in great detail on September 6, 1958 the Chinese Government’s Declaration of September 4, 1958 that the breadth of the territorial sea of the People’s Republic of China should be 12 nautical miles and that this provision should apply to all territories of the People’s Republic of China, including all islands on the South China Sea. On September 14 the same year, Premier Pham Van Dong of the Vietnamese Government solemnly stated in his note to Premier Zhou Enlai that Viet Nam “recognizes and supports the Declaration of the Government of the People’s Republic of China on China’s territorial sea.”

        (c) It is stated in the lesson The People’s Republic of China of a standard Vietnamese school textbook on geography published in 1974 that the islands from the Nansha and Xisha Islands to Hainan Island and Taiwan constitute a great wall for the defense of the mainland of China.

    • October 11, 2011 7:26 pm

      I will start doing them again this weekend (Sunday).

    • Honoh Tron San permalink
      January 1, 2013 7:54 pm

      中國宣布釣魚台海域為軍事演訓區,全年不定期的進行火砲試射
      外國航空器不得接近釣魚台十二海里領海
      已經公告軍事演訓區,倘若意外遭到火砲攻擊,中國政府不負責

      中日要開戰恐怕很難
      真要開戰
      日本會很慘

      1945年到1969年
      事實上在此時期日本因美國託管而中斷了釣魚島的主權

      1955年台灣政府曾於釣魚島駐軍

      台灣公司於1968年派工人上南小島建有房舍並設置起重機

      1970年台灣公司派工人前往釣魚島的黃尾嶼建造碼頭及房舍

      1952年至1972年
      日本對琉球沒有干涉權
      更遑論釣魚島

      1944年日本東京法院裁定,釣魚島屬台北州,沖繩敗訴。

    • molisa permalink
      March 18, 2013 4:25 am

      Whatever the reasons for holding on to Diaoyu Islands, Japan claim to ownership is weak.

      There are books, reports and maps from the 15th century, during the period of the Ming Dynasty, that establish in no uncertain terms that Diaoyu Island is Chinese territory.

      The book Voyage with a Tail Wind and the Record of the Imperial Envoy Visit to Ryukyu bear testimony to this. Even writings by Japanese scholars in the 19th century acknowledged this fact.

  2. corky hopkins permalink
    January 1, 2013 3:53 pm

    Prays for a speedy recovery..

  3. March 24, 2013 4:31 pm

    I also hope there is a speedy recovery.

  4. October 17, 2013 3:10 pm

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