Skip to comments.Coast guard on lookout for 1,000 Chinese fishing boats
Posted on 09/18/2012 3:26:25 PM PDT by traumer
TOKYO Japan said Tuesday it was bolstering its defenses around the disputed East China Sea islands after Chinese media reported a flotilla of around 1,000 Chinese fishing boats was sailing toward them.
The Japanese coast guard said it has so far been unable to confirm the arrival of the fishing boats, but it spotted one Chinese fisheries patrol ship in waters near the disputed islands shortly before 7 a.m.
The Japanese government has set up an information-gathering operation to monitor the movements of the Chinese fishing boats. However, the boats may have been delayed by a typhoon which pummeled South Korea on Monday.
I’m starting to subscribe to the Biblical Armageddon thing more and more each day.. LOL
Watch them end up in Hawaii or something./jk
All your fish belong to us ?
prayers for South Korea through the typhoon by the way
It would be great if they were all destroyed, Spanish Armada style.
“boats may have been delayed by a typhoon “ .... the Divine Wind ?
Man throws smoke bombs into Chinese consulate general in Fukuoka http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120918a7.html
No need to channel the Spanish Armada. In 1281 the Chinese Mongol emperor Kublai Khan sent his armada to subdue Japan, and it met the Kamikaze-—Divine Wind.
The History of Japanese and Chinese animosity is very old.
But over the centuries the Chinese have always been at the receiving end of the Japanese swords.....
Something smells fishy here...
we are going to war with China to defend Japan
Tell them to watch out for surfing Killer Whales and tag playing sharks.
Not to mention the "Divine Wind" that saved Japan by scattering and sinking two Mongol invasion fleets under Kublai Khan.
Somebody go wake up that big lizard with the fiery bad breath.
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