I didn’t expect the FE post to go…so far. I thought it would pick up maybe 5, 10 views, but apparently it’s jumped by 20ish views since I’ve uploaded it last night or so.
That’s quite cool, considering this blog’s still pretty new and I don’t have any followers yet compared to someone like Kafka/Jaefine/Shion. Also I’m not a cute girl like reinakathy who can pull about a 100 views in a few hours of an upload, so it’s quite surprising for me.
…my drum covers get less views than my blog posts…haha…something must be wrong.
Then again, I don’t have that much time to record covers now, so that’s fine!
This was quite amusing, though.
Full article here, but the Chinese Foreign Ministry said “…the Chinese side understands the ROK’s reasonable security concerns, but no country can pursue its own security interests at the expense of others.”
And here you have arguments saying that China’s expanding in the South China Sea because it feels threatened by the United States. So this justifies their deployment of military assets in the region.
It would be most amusing for the State Department to issue a statement that says “…the United States understands the PRC’s reasonable security concerns, but no country can pursue its own security interests at the expense of others.”
China: “But the SCS’s mine! MINE! MINE MUAHAHAHAHA’
South Korea: “So’s my goddam country. What’s the fuss about the Thaads, then?”
China: “…but…but…it’s not fair! You’re overstepping our security interests…”
SCS Claimant states: “Yea…so, uh, about the SCS…we too have security interests for our shipping lanes…”
China: “Screww off ~.~, who’s the regional superpower around here?”
SCS Claimant states: “Oh…alright…I’ll just inch a bit closer to the U.S then…they don’t seem that scary.”
Then again, double standards are practiced by most regional powers including the U.S. I was just amused to see the Chinese reaction to the SK Thaad deployment being quite suited for the SCS issue that’s heating up again.