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Update on the Diaoyu Islands Spat and A Possible Change In Japan’s Hawkish Government – reposted by T.E. Yu 3rd February 2012

A Chinese official document drafted in 1950 recognizes Japan as the owner of a group of islands in the East China Sea, which Beijing also lays claim to. – Saturday Dec 29, 201204:08 AM GMT

The 20-page document, revealed by Japan Times newspaper on Friday, referred to the islands, which are known as Diaoyu in China, with their Japanese name Senkakus.

Filed by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, the document describes the disputed islands as part of the Ryukyu Islands, today known as Okinawa.

The document was completed in May 1970, nearly seven months after the foundation of the People’s Republic of China by the Communist Party.

Japan and China have long been in a dispute over the sovereignty of the islands, which would give the owner exclusive oil, mineral, and fishing rights in the surrounding waters.

The dispute reached its peak in mid-September after Japan announced that it planned to buy the islands from their Japanese private owners. Hundreds of Chinese held anti-Japan demonstrations following the move.

Yasuhiro Matsuda, professor at University of Tokyo, described the document as “evidence that China’s government at that time regarded the Senkaku Islands as part of the Ryukyus as a matter of course.”

“The logic behind China’s long-standing claim that the Senkakus are part of Taiwan has now completely collapsed,” he said.

Leading experts say Beijing has refused to make the document public because it questions China’s claim on the islands.

KA/HN

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/12/29/280648/china-doc-recognized-islands-as-japans/

ICCR Notes :

Even if the document is true and not a clever forgery, the Chinese were in such a psychologically and socially, also militarily, bad way in the 1970s that the officials would have been susceptible to pressure and manipulation into disregarding the facts on the below link :

https://imperialchinesecourt.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/cherish-friendship-between-china-and-japan-updated-2012-07-13-1332-chinadaily-com-cn/

The assent of an nation under threat of war by militarily stronger powers of that time, of a weak willed or corrupt official, even groups of officials cannot over-rule facts as above listed. Militarist basis of claims by Japan still fails. Consider also that China being able to overrun Japan now, could also claim that the whole of Japan is Chinese territory. But the Chinese all know that the Japanese are a sovereign people. Think and apply. If military power is the basis of Japan’s claim over the Chinese during a moment of weakness, then Japan is currently in a moment, nay, potentially an Aeon of weakness, does that mean that China has any right to claim the whole of Japan as it’s own?

What if China BRIBES every Japanese politician with a Singapore sized microstate each to sign over Japanese sovereignty to China to become part of the again rising Chinese Empire? Would the decision of a handful of officials override the will of the Japanese people at large? So same with the officials who recognized Japanese control of the islands via a single document UNDER MILITARY DURESS. Were China equal in military power to Japan, never would the officials accepted the 1950 drafted 20 page document.

These are ETHICAL considerations not based on military power (which China is superior in anyway as of now) which automatically still maintains that the islands beling to China and not Japan. The logic behind China’s long-standing claim that the Senkakus are part of Taiwan still stands, it is Japan’s ethics and principles which has collapsed. Considering that Press TV looks like an Israeli media setup (if not an Arab false flag intended to destroy relations between China and Israel), Israel’s (or the Islamists?) ethics and principles, and diplomatic standing with the Chinese might have also collapsed as well.

Former Japanese PM apologizes for wartime crimes in China (Xinhua) 08:30, January 18, 2013

Former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (front) and his wife bow as they mourn for the Nanjing Massacre victims at the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province, Jan. 17, 2013. (Xinhua/Han Yuqing)

Yukio Hatoyama could remind the people and the Japanese MPs in general that Japan, especially without the US, would never be able to take on China and use this fact to topple Shinzo Abe politically. The USA would choose China over Japan any day. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2013/02/02/national/u-s-to-abe-collective-self-defense-off-agenda/

Yukio Hatoyama could remind the people and the Japanese MPs in general that Japan, especially without the US, would never be able to take on China and use this fact to topple Shinzo Abe politically. The USA would choose China over Japan any day. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2013/02/02/national/u-s-to-abe-collective-self-defense-off-agenda/

NANJING, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) — Former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama on Thursday apologized for Japan’s wartime crimes in China and expressed his hope that the tragedy would not be repeated.

Hatoyama made the remarks while touring the Memorial Hall of the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing.

Hatoyama was the third former Japanese prime minister to visit the memorial after Tomiichi Murayama and Toshiki Kaifu.

During the visit, he often stopped to pay silent tribute to photos or the remains of the victims of the Nanjing Massacre, which was committed by the invading Japanese army in the late 1930s.

Hatoyama nodded as Zhu Chengshan, the memorial’s president, told him that it is an undeniable fact, as stated in the verdicts of the Tokyo and Nanjing martial courts, that Japanese invaders killed more than 300,000 people in Nanjing.

“The Japanese government had made it clear when signing the Treaty of San Francisco 1951 that it accepted the verdicts of the Far Eastern International Military Court of Justice and others verdicts regarding its war crimes,” Zhu said.

After seeing slogans reading, “To remember the historical lesson of Nanjing, but not for revenge, and to seek eternal world peace for great love,” Hatoyama said the words touched him and he hopes that all people will work hard for peace.

“After the tree of peace I planted blossoms and bears fruits, I will come back again,” he said at the end of a two-hour visit when he planted a ginkgo tree in a park.

Hatoyama, 66, served as Japan’s prime minister between September 2009 and June 2010.

ICCR Notes :

Hatoyama can be the good cop n the background while a short war to confirm China’s ownership over disputed territories occurs. Would Hatoyama prepare to lead a post 2013 war government by first initiating the names of removal of all Class 1 War Criminals at Yasukuni Shrine for a start?

Suggestion For Opposition Politicians of Various Nations :

1 Claimed province: The People’s Republic of China claims the island of Taiwan and its surrounding islets, including Penghu, as “Taiwan Province”. (Kinmen and the Matsu Islands are claimed by the PRC as part of its Fujian Province. Pratas and Itu Aba are claimed by the PRC as part of Guangdong and Hainan provinces respectively.) The territory is controlled by the Republic of China (ROC, commonly called “Taiwan”).

4 Invited provinces: On behalf of The People’s Republic of China ICCR has conceptualised the concept of the ‘Invited Province‘ : ICCR informally invites the nations of Japan, Phillipines, Myanmar, Vietnam and Mongolia to ‘unify’ with the closest provinces of Shanghai (Japan), Taiwan (Phillipines), Yunan (Myanmar), Hainan (Vietnam) and Inner Mongolia (Mongolia) respectively for a better Imperium.

‘Moon River’ crooner Andy Williams dies at age of 84 – The Irish Times – by BRIAN BOYD – Thursday, September 27, 2012 – reposted by T.E. Yu 16th Octiber 2012

FOR ALL of his relaxed singing style and cardigan-wearing habit, Andy Williams was in his own way a musical rebel.

The singer, who died yesterday of bladder cancer aged 84, was a nightclub crooner made good. He never compromised his approach even when jazz, swing and rock’n’roll became more popular and profitable genres.

While others jumped on the bandwagon or “went with the times”, Williams – who had a pitch-perfect baritone voice – remained “old-fashioned” and in so doing provided a range of timeless classics. His renditions of Moon River (from the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s), Solitaire and Can’t Get Used To Losing You remain perennial favourites.

He was one of those artists who could be immediately identified on first listen because of his almost laconic singing style.

“I never tried to sing like anybody else,” he once said. “Fortunately I didn’t sound like anybody else. It just happened. I was very lucky that I had a voice that sounded different to almost anybody else’s and was so recognisable.”

His career received an unlikely boost towards the end of the 1990s when easy listening/lounge music became popular among younger listeners and his versions of Music To Watch Girls By and Can’t Take My Eyes Off You re-entered the singles charts.

Williams began singing at the age of eight in a vocal quartet with his three older brothers before moving to Hollywood as a teenager to work as a back-up singer. He honed his craft in New York nightclubs were he developed his distinctive relaxed, late-night style but it was the burgeoning TV industry that made his career.

In 1954 he became the in-house singer for a new chat show called The Tonight Show (just before Johnny Carson became host) and the exposure led to his first record deal.

Early on in his recording career he was pressurised to sound more like Elvis Presley and he did try to vary the tempo and delivery of his vocal, but it did not work for him so he soon reverted to his smooth baritone delivery.

For most of the 1960s he had his own television show where he would introduce guest stars, participate in gentle comedy sketches and showcase new talent. He was the first man to give The Osmonds their big TV break after a tip-off from his father who had seen them perform.

“When the singer-songwriters came along, that’s when everything changed,” he said, referring to the rise of acts such as The Beatles and Bob Dylan.

He surprised many of his fans by admitting to taking LSD after his first marriage broke down in 1970. It had been recommended to him as an unconventional treatment to deal with his marriage break-up. “It was interesting,” he recalled. “Some of the trips were good, some bad. They guide you through it and suggest colours etc.”

Since the 1990s he ran the Andy Williams Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri, performing there up to 12 times a week at times.

Although politically a Republican, he was a close friend of Robert Kennedy and sang The Battle Hymn Of The Republic at his funeral – “the hardest thing I ever had to do”. He was not a fan of President Barack Obama though, once accusing him of “following Marxist theory” and “wanting the country to fail”.

Last year he announced from the stage of his theatre that he had bladder cancer. A host of singing stars have paid tribute to his remarkable singing career.

ICCR Notes :

A ingenuous (or disingenuous rather?), but significant posting who’s meaning will not be lost to the well studied. Persimmons for Starlight as the Imperium revives . . .

American Trivia for our Chinese readers  : Lawson Stone’s “I’m Your Huckleberry”:

” ‘Huckleberry’ was commonly used in the 1800’s in conjunction with “persimmon” as a small unit of measure. ‘I’m a huckleberry over your persimmon’ meant: ‘I’m just a bit better than you.’ As a result, ‘huckleberry’ came to denote idiomatically two things. First, it denoted a small unit of measure, a ‘tad,’ as it were, and a person who was a huckleberry could be a small, unimportant person–usually expressed ironically in mock self-depreciation.

The second and more common usage came to mean, in the words of the ‘Dictionary of American Slang: Second Supplemented Edition’ (Crowell, 1975): ‘A man; specif., the exact kind of man needed for a particular purpose.’ 1936: ‘Well, I’m your huckleberry, Mr. Haney.’ Tully, ‘Bruiser,’ 37…

…’The Historical Dictionary of American Slang’ which is a multivolume work, has about a third of a column of citations documenting this meaning all through the latter 19th century.

So ‘I’m your huckleberry’ means ‘I’m just the man you’re looking for!’ ”

In the context of the lyrics of “Moon River,” the phrase “my hucklerry friend” seems consistent with the latter idiomatic meaning of “huckleberry” above, but with the addition of the word “friend.”

Source(s):

http://www.home.earthlink.net/~knuthco1/…

China appoints officers to South China Sea garrison / Update on (and Invitation to?) Sansha – AFP NewsBy Kelly Olsen | AFP News – 30th July 2012

China has appointed military officers at a newly-established garrison in the South China Sea, state media reported Friday, the country’s latest step to bolster claims to disputed islands in the area.

Separately, in comments likely to anger Beijing, Japan’s defence minister said that his country could dispatch its military to islands in the East China Sea if a territorial dispute there with China escalates.

China’s defence ministry announced the appointments Thursday, the China Daily said, two days after China said it had established the city of Sansha on an island in the disputed Paracel chain, along with the military garrison.

China’s neighbours reacted furiously to the move with Vietnam, which also claims the Paracel Islands, filing a formal protest and saying it “violates international law”.

Manila, which is involved in a dispute over another archipelago, the Spratly Islands, summoned the Chinese ambassador to lodge a complaint against the garrison announcement.

Sparsely populated Sansha is China’s smallest city in terms of population and land size. China reckons, however, that it’s the biggest when total area is factored in given the wide swathe of the South China Sea it is meant to oversee.

State media have carried photos of a large domed and pillared building that serves as the city’s administrative centre on the island of Yongxing, as well as images of a police station, a bank, a telecom office and residents relaxing outside humble wooden dwellings.

The three-floor building that state media said came into use on July 20 appears by far to be the biggest structure on the small island, which from photos appears largely covered in thick, green vegetation, including palm trees.

While Chinese media accounts of Yongxing’s population vary, it appears to be not much bigger than 1,000 people.

Defence ministry spokesman Yang Yujun said the new garrison was responsible for guarding the city and disaster relief, among other functions, according to China Daily.

However, he added that a separate maritime garrison under the Chinese navy was responsible for maritime defence and military combat, appearing to suggest that the Sansha garrison would not have such responsibilities.

China owns much of the South China Sea, though Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia each claim portions of it.

The dispute has simmered for decades, though tensions have risen markedly recently as China has moved to more strongly assert its territorial claims.

The Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN) at a summit earlier this month failed for the first time in 45 years to issue a joint statement, as members were unable to agree how to refer to China’s behaviour in the disputed waters.

China says it is acting within its rights, though its moves have raised alarm bells in the region and beyond.

Beijing is also involved in a separate dispute with Japan over uninhabited islands in the East China Sea.

That row has also simmered for years, though tensions have increased substantially since a standoff between a Chinese fishing vessel and Japan’s coast guard in the resource-rich area nearly two years ago.

On Friday, Satoshi Morimoto, Japan’s defence chief, said Tokyo would use force to defend the islands known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.

“Senkaku or not, defence of islands is principally conducted by the coastguard and police,” Morimoto told reporters in Tokyo.

“However, the law stipulates that Self-Defense Forces troops can act” if local authorities are unable to handle the situation.

His comments came after Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda told parliament Thursday that he would take “stern actions” against any “illegal actions” on Japanese territory, including using the Self-Defense Forces, if needed.

China’s foreign ministry, reacting Friday to Noda’s remarks, expressed “serious concern and strong dissatisfaction,” reiterated that the islands belong to China and called on Japan to value bilateral relations.

Freshly elected Mandarins serving the 1000s of Sansha residents. (circa 2012)

“Nothing can change China’s strong will and determination to safeguard its territorial sovereignty,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said.

Zhou Yongsheng, an expert on Japanese studies at China Foreign Affairs University, said Noda and Morimoto’s recent remarks show that Tokyo’s stance on the Diaoyu Islands issue is becoming tougher with less room for diplomatic maneuverability.

As the Japanese election draws near, some politicians such as Noda care little about China-Japan relations and “place priority on winning the election”, said Zhou.

Shen Shishun, an expert on Asia-Pacific studies at Haikou College of Economics in Hainan province, said there is little chance that Tokyo will send its troops to the islands.

“In spite of the strong remarks from Japanese politicians, the government has not yet made up its mind to really send in troops,” said Shen.

Hong said some politicians in Japan have expressed a willingness for a diplomatic resolution.
Japanese Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura, the government’s top spokesman, on Friday said the prime minister merely responded to a hypothetical question and was “referring to a theoretical possibility” of military action.

“(Noda’s remark) was not specifically directed at containing China,” Mainichi Daily Newspaper reported Osamu as saying.

Analysts said Tokyo’s mixed responses reflect its desire to not rule out diplomacy.

“Some politicians, such as Noda and Morimoto, use strong rhetoric as a political tool for votes,” Shen said.

Zhou warned that Japan may continue to take a hard line approach on the issue.

Bilateral ties deteriorated after Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara initiated a plan in April to “purchase” the islands from a so-called “private owner” and Noda announced a plan to “nationalize” the islands in early July.

“A small group of individuals in Japan have deliberately created friction with China over the Diaoyu Islands and inflamed tension between the people of both countries. It is extremely wrong and hazardous,” the Chinese embassy in Japan said on Thursday.

In another development, the International Olympic Committee appointed Japanese Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda a member of the IOC.

According to Kyodo News Agency, Ishihara’s remarks have triggered dissatisfaction from some IOC members from Asia. Ishihara “should shut his mouth”, Kyodo quoted an Asian veteran member as saying.

Support from Asian countries for Tokyo’s bid to host future Olympic Games is indispensable, Kyodo said.

ICCR Notes :

China a peaceful and civilisation loving country will do it’s best to expel the illegal Japanese personnel on Diaoyu with as little injury or loss of life as humanly possible (snipers with tranquiliser darts perhap are recommended, bullets are overrated . . . 1.3 billion in China, 0.1 billion in Japan, have a good rest Japan . . . ). As for escalations, Japan since unable to understand the historical and ethical context, will have to be taught to respect the Diaoyu Islanders’ wishes. Perhaps the PLA could first gather protestors against Japanese presence and protect the islanders from any violence from Japanese soldiers. The Diaoyu locals WITH the PLA protecting them while protesting Japanese military presence (also alongside any descendants of the King?), should make very clear to the UN and world (also considering the history of Diaoyu) that the islands can never be part of Japanese territory. PLA is meanwhile ready to repel any neo-colonial ambitions of Japan and will be able to protect Diaoyu this time, unlike in the Qing era in 1609 when China was weak. US had no right to supposedly ‘award’ the islands to Japan on the back of WW2.

8 Foreign Nation’s Alliance has made China realise the importance of ancient territorial sovereignty rights, even as ICCR promulgates restoration of an Imperial Constitutional Monarchy.

The Chinese were reeling from the ‘8 Foreign Nation’ Invasion 1900 (just after the ‘Boxer’ Rebellion), and Japanese invasions from 1931 which culminated in the nanjing Holocaust, after the ‘Manchukuo’ puppet farce which lasted until 1945 when the Japanese were hit with atomic bombs in WW2 and did not want to antagonize USA. Had the 2 powers ended the war which was aggression against China’s ancient territories, on equal power, China would have challenged the ‘awarding’ at that point. Fearing war, China did not challenge the issue. But even now on a possible equality basis in military power China is still only claiming what China lost before the ‘8 Foreign Nations Alliance’ invaded with any invasion of Japan by USA during WW2 much like Vietnam was invaded later by USA in the 1970s. All illegaly ‘awarded’ territories are unjustifiable because of the US’s basis of power military and China’s lack of awareness of the ethics issue at that time. Simple ethics would attest automatic failure. If we consider force of arms which is barbaric then yes USA could award the islands. In which case China might as well now conquer Japan and threaten a WW3 against US instead to get US to back down.

China reclaims ancient territories. No need to be alarmed, just reclaiming what was lost, not expanding unless unduly threatened as in the past.

If Japan is fair, Japan will drop all claims. If USA is fair, USA will concede that the awarding was indirectly backed with threat of war and also illegally occupied not more than 30+ years ago BECAUSE of the 8 Foreign powers. A good friend in a nation (USA) would not take advantage of another country’s (China) weakness in the past. How about finishing up in Iraq and preparing for Iran first USA? How about USA making sure that China might be encouraged to stay away from any US invasions of Iran if any by not antagonizing China at least here by being FAIR and truthful as above discussed? Japan would follow suit if USA does not embolden Japan, and USA’s basis here is upon the back of the ‘8 Foreign Nation Invasion’ and WW2, BOTH being on a violence basis and thus unacceptable to China and even UN.

Washington seeks to create new waves in S.China Sea – By Yu Jincui (Global Times) 08:03, July 27, 2012

Sansha Capitol (Architecture Needs Chinese Characteristics . . . )

The US is the latest country to make a fuss over China’s new city of Sansha after the Philippines and Vietnam.

On Tuesday, US State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland voiced the US’ “concern” over China’s “unilateral moves,” while John McCain, the US senator of Arizona, claimed China’s moves were “unnecessarily provocative.”

Though the White House has previously indicated that the US would not take sides in South China Sea disputes, in practice, the US is encouraging Vietnam and Philippines to continue their provocation and infringement of China’s sovereignty.

The guideline of setting aside disputes and pursuing joint development promoted by China was supposed to provide a foundation for cooperation among the claimants. However, it was spoiled by the provocations of the Philippines and Vietnam.

Currently, 43 islands in the South China Sea have been seized by countries such as Vietnam and the Philippines. These countries have tried to strengthen their control over the islands through domestic legislation and exploring oil in the region.

It was reported in April that Vietnam and the Philippines planned to hold football and basketball matches for their navies on the disputed islands.

The US is also adopting a double standard over the disputes. The Philippines illegally set up Kalayaan town, which is part of the Nansha Islands, in 1988, while Vietnam established Truong Sa county, which is also part of the Nansha Islands, in 2001. The US voiced no concerns over them.

The US is not a claimant nation in the South China Sea disputes, nor is it a participating member of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and therefore has no say in the disputes. The US seeks to expand its influence and stake in the region by creating more waves.

Since the US’ high-profile intervention in the South China Sea disputes marked by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s speech at the 2010 ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting in Vietnam, the US intention on the issue has become obvious. From the US perspective, backing countries like the Philippines and Vietnam in provoking China could worsen China’s neighboring environment and help enhance its military presence in the Asia-Pacific.

The establishment of Sansha is a laudable step by China in actively safeguarding its sovereignty. China by no means intends to exacerbate the situation in the South China Sea, but it should demonstrate that any provocation from relevant countries over maritime territorial disputes will be countered.

Establishing Sansha city is only a starting point. China should also consider strengthening its military, technological and economic presence there in the future.

ICCR Notes :

China could invite a US military vessel or few to Sansha in a show of extreme confidence. Incidentally the Capitol building on Sansha looks like that was imitated from Washington. Could China please renovate with chinese characteristics, imperial style? That dome should be replaced with a pagoda type tower as well . . . let the resident Taoist Chaplain in full robe and appropriate entourage of attendents as empowered by the Holy Taoist See and the Supreme Celestial Patriarch of the Ordo Imperialis Celestium Sinensis greet the US military men alongside the Chinese ranking officer in the suggested invite above as well as said Chaplain’s presence will better emphasise the word ‘Holy’ as in ‘Holy Territory’ (as Liu Weimin, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman mentioned) to reminds of how Holy Territory is NOT FOR SALE . . . think of the South China Sea as China’s ‘Oceanic Kabba’ . . . much blessings to all supplicants of Taosim as always.

Try this as a final renovated form for Sansha’s Capitol building! Chinese characteristics remember?

Long live the Fatherland!

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Flash floods in Nepal from Mount Annapurna snows sweeps into Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city, with reports that it has killed at least 13 people and has left more missing, including three Russian tourists. – 4:36PM BST 05 May 2012

Deadly flash floods swept across western Nepal on Saturday killing at least 13 people according to local media, with three Russians believed to be tourists among the missing. Flood water destroyed houses and swept away cattle in its path, it is believed a mountain river burst its banks resulting in flooding around Mount Annapurna. Nepal broadcasters showed flood water sweeping into Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city. Local residents gathered to watch the destruction and one woman said she had never before witnessed such extreme flooding. “We haven’t seen such a flash flood before. I had witnessed one in 1954 during that time it was not so severe like today,” she said. Police were making efforts to reach the region where the flooding is believed to have started.

Japan Earth Quake
posted Mar 15, 2011 4:08 PM on behalf of HH the Lord Protector 蔡瑾爚 [ updated May 1, 2011 6:33 AM ]

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency sends in a team of 50 w@rds to help Japanese to look for survivors. HH will send his deepest condolence to those that have lost their (microfilm) love ones. The ICCR will provide any support needed.

Donations and help to the Kingdom of Thailand
posted Oct 26, 2011 4:57 AM on behalf of HH the Lord Protector 蔡瑾爚 [ updated Oct 26, 2011 4:58 AM ]

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency send their support and aid to the Kingdom of Thailand, the flood in Thailand have affected alot of citizens in the kingdom, we are organizing donations to those that needed help, all donations are welcome and will be send to the Thai Embassy at every begining of the month.

Situation in Libya
posted Oct 22, 2011 12:36 AM on behalf of HH the Lord Protector 蔡瑾爚

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency send its congratulations to the people of Libya for their success in liberating the last of the former regime forces, The organization will send an official recommendation to restore the monarchy in libya as a constitutional monarchy where the king is the head of religion and will represent the main religion of the country, the organization also at the same time request the new government of libya to take action on those that manhandled the former Gadaffi as he should stand trial for what he did. those that kill a defenceless Gadaffi should be bring to trial.

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency supports Iran success in putting down Dissidents
posted Mar 15, 2011 4:08 PM on behalf of HH the Lord Protector 蔡瑾爚 [ updated May 6, 2012 4:58 AM ]

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency would like to send strong support to Iran for the suppression of dissidents posing as Iran Monarchy Association. The senseless condemnations of Iran’s protection of state integrity should stop and a fair trial against any illegal groups supporting actions against the Government of Iran should be held. Prosecution of fifth columnists persons should begin in Iran.

Donations and help to the Kingdom of Nepal
posted May 6th, 2012 3:57 PM on behalf of HH the Lord Protector 蔡瑾爚 [ updated May 6, 2012 4:58 PM ]

The Imperial Chinese Court Regency sends a token of support and aid to the Kingdom of Nepal, the flood in Nepal has affected many citizens in the kingdom, we are organizing donations to those that need help, all donations via Imperial Chinese Court Regency are welcome and will be sent to the Nepalese Embassy at every begining of the month.

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