Air Defense Identification Zone Becomes A Laughing Stock
The Chinese Communist regime set up the Air Defense
Identification Zone (ADIZ) over the disputed Diaoyu Islands
(also known as Senkaku) on the 23rd and threatened
to shoot down any aircraft violating the rules.
Just three days after the announcement, two U.S. bombers
flew over the area.
Suddenly, the so-called ADIZ has become an international
What’s more is that both the South Korea defense ministry
and the Japanese Coast Guard sent military aircrafts
over the zone without giving prior notification to Beijing.
South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo and the Japanese Kyodo News
have both reported that military aircrafts were sent off
to China’s unilaterally decided ADIZ area on the 26 and 28,
respectively, without advance notice given to Beijing.
Prior to this, U.S. officials announced two U.S. B-52 bombers
entered the ADIZ area in East China Sea at 8:00am
Beijing time on the 26th.
The aircrafts “conducted operations in the Senkaku area"
for at least one hour.
The U.S. did not inform Beijing ahead of time or encounter
any resistance from the Chinese.
On the 23rd, the Communist regime announced the ADIZ
area in East China Sea and warned aircraft to obey its rules
or face “emergency defensive measures."
But when U.S. bombers flew over the area, there was no
fighter interception, but rather silence from Beijing.
It immediately drew laughter from Chinese Internet users
as well as international attention.
The so-called ADIZ has also become an international
Chinese scholar Wu Zuolai stated on his Weibo: “The army
hardliners are bored, creating an ADIZ to fool Japan.
Unexpectedly, they attracted the U.S. B-52,
Like a slap on the face to those army hardliners.
Where is their spokesperson now?
How are they going to end this?"
A Chinese Internet user ridiculed the Communist regime:
“They ask for it, a shot in their own foot!"
Another Chinese Internet user wrote: “Big brother is here,
It’s slap in the face as loud as a thunder!
What’s next? We are all watching and waiting!"
Hu Jun, China Human Rights Campaign organizer,
points out that a routine tactic of the Chinese Communist
Party (CCP) is to divert domestic conflict during its ruling
crisis with a nationalist passion over an imaginary enemy.
Hu Jun, Human Rights Campaign in China organizer:
“We know that the CCP military corruption is more severe
than the local officials’ corruption.
The PLA has no fighting capacity.
This is not the first time that when the U.S. aircraft arrived,
the PLA froze.
It has been like that many times and it’s becoming a joke."
During the dispute over the Diaoyu Islands last year,
a column in Hong Kong based Oriental Daily ridiculed,
“The CCP pounds on ‘safeguarding national sovereignty
and territorial integrity,’ but on the Diaoyu issue
and the sovereignty issue in the East China Sea and South
China Sea, it is literally ‘the greatest talker.'"
On November 27, the CCP ministry of defense announced
that the U.S. aircrafts flew in the east ADIZ area
about 200 kilometers east of the Diaoyu Islands,
circling between south and north.
It is also stressed, “China’s air force monitored the entire
course (of the U.S. bombers), identified them in a timely way,
and ascertained the type of U.S. aircraft."
The implication meaning that Beijing has the tools
to implement effective control in the air, but didn’t.
Chen Yongmiao, Beijing constitutional scholar:
“It (CCP) is just trying to save face.
As long as the Chinese people will be deceived,
they will do all they can."
However, Beijing constitutional scholar Chen Yongmiao
notes most people have awakened.
The CCP is only self-deceiving.
The so-called ADIZ is destined to become a farce.
Interview & Edit/LiYun Post-Production/ZhuoJun