There can be no doubt I have seen – and prepared for the future!
China’s quest to become a maritime superpower has turned its massive fishing fleet into a floating militia that actively engages in aggressive, and often illegal, practices at sea.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
Left unchecked, China’s dominance would not only undermine international regulations but could also threaten the very existence of America’s allies and reshape the global fishing industry forever.
The U.S. State Department, foreign governments, and conservation groups have all accused China’s fleet of illegal fishing, pointing to its repeated use of banned equipment and the practice of “going dark,” which involves switching off satellite tracking and entering prohibited waters without detection. China’s overfishing has created a serious environmental crisis, resulting in a dangerous geopolitical power grab that could be the death knell for coastal communities that depend on the waters for their livelihood.
“No country engages in more illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing than China,” Gordon Chang, foreign affairs expert, told the Washington Examiner.
China’s penchant for disregarding rules and regulations has allowed it to get the upper hand but also raises questions about the consequences of Beijing’s expanding role and how it is connected to the country’s geopolitical aspirations.
China accused NATO of slander on Tuesday, and warned the alliance to “stop hyping up” the threat that it poses after the summit’s communique took a tough line on Beijing.
The spokesperson of China’s mission to the European Union accused NATO of a “Cold War mentality” in a statement posted on its website, and said that it is “slandering China’s peaceful development and misjudging the international situation and its own role.”
The spokesperson said that China wouldn’t “sit by and do nothing if ‘systemic challenges’ come closer to us.”
Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense later confirmed that a total of 28 Chinese military planes had flown into Taipei’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ), marking the largest number of single-day incursions on record since 25 warplanes were detected in the ADIZ on April 12.
This is an astounding post.
I was supposed to marry Rena Christensen and we would have sire wondrous children. I should have gotten a place in Lincoln Nebraska, and perused her till I won her.
Here is The Crux of my stories. My idea for a Netfix series is based upon Herbert Armstrong who helped fund Radio London, that was managed by my late friend, Ben Toney. Koreville Radio will look like a scene straight from ‘The Horses Mouth. There will be sheep and Gypsy wagons around a reconstructed KORE set. There will be clothes drying on the barbed wire. When talking with Michael Powell about the Ken Kesey cottage, I brought up the movie ‘The Horse’s Mouth’ with Alec Guinness. This story is based upon my kin (via Liz Taylor) the artist Augustus John. Kesey was how old? Liz grew up in his home and her uncle sold his art.
They found him floating down the Thames.”
FRANCIS TAYLOR and ELIZABETH ROSEMOND:
Marriage: Abt. 1895
The Royal Plantagenets by Ben Toney | Rosamond Press
I posted this weeks before Ben Toney died. I wanted him to get a glimpse of how he was going to be remembered. I had come to realize I was involved in a real James Bond assignment which is to save the alliance between and the United States. I threw Holland into the mix, to only learn two days ago the Dutch had their pirate ship.
The making of Bond 25 is – cursed! The muses hate this movie. Violence and murder is not the message God wants to give in regards to solving world problems. In the name of kindred, Ian Flaming – I take over this production and legacy! I pirate it. I board this wreck and raise a United Flag that contains a musical note and a harp!
Posted onAugust 20, 2018