– Vice-Chairman of Red China’s Central Military Commission Urges Troops to PREPARE FOR WAR WITH JAPAN under Cover of Exhortation to “Safeguard” PRC’s “Territorial Integrity” (source)
– People’s Liberation Army Air Force Carries Out Exercises over Tibet, People’s Liberation Army Navy Practices Capturing Islands in East China Sea, PLA Special Forces from Jinan Military Region Hold Exercise on Yellow Sea Island (source)
– Japan Coast Guard Deploys 50 Patrol Ships to Disputed Islets in East China Sea, Red China Responds with 12 Vessels, Including 10 Marine Surveillance Ships (source 1, source 2)
– 50 Japanese Nationalists Hold Anti-PRC Protest in Tokyo, Complain Ruling Democratic Party Has Failed to Protect Senkaku Islands (source)
– Beijing Think Tank: Attack Japanese Bond Market, Precipitate Financial Crisis; PRC to Cut Supply of Rare Earth Metals to Japanese Hi-Tech Industry (source)
– Eighth Day of Anti-Japan Protests in 100 Cities across Red China Marks 1931 Invasion of Manchuria, Communist Propaganda Invokes Mao, Whips Up War Fervor (source)
– Anti-Japan Protesters Attack US Ambassador’s Car in Beijing, Locke Unharmed (source)
– Targeted by Angry Demonstrations, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda Suspend Operations in China, Japanese Companies Employ Thousands (source)
– US Defense Secretary Panetta Arrives in Beijing, Meets Vice-President Xi, Discuss US-PRC Mil-Mil Relations; Red China’s Next Leader to Assume Control of Communist Party, Sits on Central Military Commission (source)
Kill all Japanese.
Fight to the Death.
Chairman Mao, the people really miss you.
— Placards carried by regime-sponsored anti-Japan protesters in Communist China
I firmly support China declaring war on Japan.
— Xu Hui, 41-year-old former PLA soldier, sporting Mao pin
Our manager brought us here. We have the day off.
— Anti-Japan protester in Beijing
The government has strongly declared our attitude … We will guard the Diaoyu Islands. We hope you will support the government and express your patriotism according to the law.
— Beijing police to protesters
Following widespread anti-USA protests throughout the Muslim world and Washington’s tepid response to militant Islam, the Communist Bloc, especially Red China, senses America’s leadership is weak and disoriented with respect to strategic objectives and political resolve. Policy makers in Washington have unwisely separated the issue of curbing Iran’s nuclear aspirations from that of the Global Caliphate’s drive for global domination.
As a result, using the Japanese government’s nationalization of disputed islets in the East China Sea as a pretext, the ruling Communist Party of China is engaging in serious saber rattling. Red China’s founder, Mao Zedong, is being invoked on the streets, both in name and picture, fomenting a pre-war situation between the world’s second and third largest economies.