President of The Philippines Likens China Territorial Disputes to Nazi Germany
Territorial disputes over the East China Sea
and South China Sea are intensifying in Asia.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had described
these increasing tensions between China and Japan as
similar to those between Germany and Britain in 1914.
The Philippines President Benigno Aquino is now
reported to have compared China’s efforts to claim
these territories with the actions of Nazi Germany.
Commentators further this statement, discussing
how the crimes committed by the Chinese
Communist Party (CCP) outweigh those of Nazism.
The CCP has killed its own
people and sold Chinese territory.
President Aquino spoke at a press conference
about the statement he was reported to have made.
This conference was held at The Philippines
presidential palace on February 5.
President Aquino claimed that he mentioned Hitler
just to answer questions, and cited historical facts.
He had no intention to offend China in his interview.
The interview in question was with
The New York Times on February 4.
In the interview, Aquino compared China and its aggressive
approach in Southeast Asia to those of Nazi Germany.
Han Liang, Chongqing activist: “The Communist Party
of China (CCP) is 100 times worse than the Nazis.
Nazi Germany treated its own nation well,
while it conducted crimes against humanity
against the Jews and minority groups.
The CCP however, acts against
its own people, and its own nation.
The cruelty is far more than that
of the fascists and the Nazis.”
In the 60 years of ruling over China, the
CCP has destroyed countless Chinese lives.
It has conducted a series of movements and
caused unjust deaths of at least 80 million citizens.
This is equivalent to the total number
of deaths in the two world wars.
Chongqing activist Han Liang indicates that even Japanese
soldiers weren’t as cruel to Chinese as the CCP has been.
Japanese soldiers killed, burned, robbed,
and raped during the Sino-Japanese war.
Han Liang: “The Japanese soldiers did not rape
minors. Many CCP officials are known to rape minors.
They rob our property to provide international funds.
North Korea received several hundred million from us,
and yet, we can’t afford a decent life or medical care.”
Aquino urged the international community
not to make the mistake of appeasing China.
He called on nations around the world to do more
to support The Philippines in resisting China’s
assertive claims to the seas near his country.
The Philippines President amplified
his call for international backing.
He likened this situation to that in 1938, when the West failed
to intervene against Germany in support of Czechoslovakia.
The Sudetenland was finally given up, in an
attempt to appease Hitler, and prevent World War.
Zhu Xinxin, a former editor for Hebei People’s
Radio, agrees with Aquino’s warning.
CCP authoritarian rule can be described
asanti-civilization and against humanity.
It acts solely for the security of its regime.
Zhu Xinxin: “When necessary, it can sell
Chinese territory and betray the interests of China.
When it acts to secure the regime, it will assume
an aggressive posture against outside forces.
It’s policy is only about the interest of
the CCP, not the country or the people.”
In recent years, China has engaged in sovereignty
disputes with Japan over the Diaoyu Islands.
It has entered into disputes over the South China
Sea with The Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan.
Han Liang doesn’t believe the CCP cares about sovereignty.
It is only to divert attention and to deceiving Chinese people.
Han Liang: “Several million square kilometers of land was
given to Russia. It even gave land to Vietnam and India.
There has never been any ruler who would care less
about its land, but make it a hot issue with minor cases.”
In 2010, Hong Kong’s Apple Daily reported the list of land
that the CCP had given up since it’s rule began in 1949.
This amounted to several million square kilometers.
Listed in this report was land equivalent
to an area 110 times the size of Taiwan.
This was sold to India and Russia
by former Party leader Jiang Zemin.
In the 1950s, the CCP acknowledged
the independence of Outer Mongolia.
It also allowed early 3 million square
kilometers of land to be usurped by Russia.
In April 2005, in a report on Sino-Japanese relations,
the CCP Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing commented.
“The Diaoyu Islands, with a total area of just 5.3 square
kilometers, has no fresh water nor permanent residents.
Actual control of this land does not make sense.”