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China’s assassin’s mace*

China’s assassin’s mace*

Due to popular demand, Beyond Deadlines is reposting every Monday the still relevant articles of retired Armed Forces of the Philippines intelligence chief Brig. General Victor Corpus that appeared in his BD’s column, Views from the East. A MACE is a blunt weapon of medieval times that was used to strike down a more powerful enemy with a single blow. […]

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Breaking point*

Breaking point*

THERE comes a time in a person’s life when continued anger and agitation being held back becomes harder and harder to control until it reaches a breaking point and he lets go of his rage. Just recently, a news footage came out showing an official of the US discussing what China had done in the past months over the Spratlys, […]

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China’s new ‘Great Walls’*

China’s new ‘Great Walls’*

Due to popular demand, Beyond Deadlines is reposting every Monday the still relevant articles of retired Armed Forces of the Philippines intelligence chief Brig. General Victor Corpus that appeared in his BD’s column, Views from the East. NO ONE seems to notice, but China now has built, not one but five new “Great Walls.” The first of these five is […]

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A Philippine flag flutters as the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) is seen anchored off Manila bay on June 26, 2018. (AFP photo)

US aircraft carrier docks in Manila in show of ‘enduring’ Pacific presence

By Press TV THE USS Ronald Reagan has made a visit to the Philippines amid rising tensions in the South China Sea region. The carrier docked in Manila on Tuesday after sailing through waters that have been subject of competing claims between China and several countries in the region. Rear Admiral Marc Dalton, the commander of the nuclear-powered carrier, said that […]

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Mapagsamantala*

Mapagsamantala*

MAPAGSAMANTALA. Mapang-abuso. Mapang-api. Ganid. Suwapang. Ito ay ilan lamang sa mga salitang naglalarawan sa kahayupang inaasal at ipinakikita ng mga coast guard ng China sa sarili nating mga kababayan sa West Philippine Sea. Kamakailan lang ay tinalakay natin ang note verbale ng Pilipinas laban sa China na naglalaman ng mga insidenteng naganap sa ating karagatan tulad ng instalasyon ng mga […]

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Why the US Scrapped the Iran Nuclear Deal*

Why the US Scrapped the Iran Nuclear Deal*

June 10, 2018 Why did the US withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal; re-imposing economic sanctions against Iran; risking a major war that could easily turn nuclear; and even alienating its major allies in NATO? The main reason may be traced back more than a century ago, in 1904, when a British Lord and geographer Sir Halford Mackinder formulated his […]

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Isapubliko*

Isapubliko*

HINIHIMOK ng ilang eksperto na isapubliko ng Pilipinas ang diplomatic protests nito laban sa mga pinaggagawa ng China sa West Philippine Sea dahil hindi umano sapat ang papa-file ng Maynila ng note verbale laban sa Beijing. Naulat na tinukoy raw ni Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI) director Gregory Poling na ang tanging paraan para makumbinsi ang China na ituring ang […]

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Speculations*

Speculations*

A LOT of speculations have cropped up regarding China’s seemingly all-powerful and incomprehensible influence over our country, on our territories, and even over President Duterte himself. It is an undeniable fact that the independence of our country was achieved through the sacrifice of innumerable lives of our countrymen during the last world war. In spite of our victory over the […]

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FILE PHOTO: Members of the Philippine Navy's Marine Special Operations Group © Romeo Ranoco / Reuters

Duterte will ‘go to war’ if China crosses ‘red lines,’ Philippine FM claims

By RT PHILIPPINE President Rodrigo Duterte is ready to go to war with Beijing if it crosses ‘red lines’ and unilaterally claims natural resources in the disputed South China Sea, the country’s foreign minister has warned. The Philippines will go to war to protect its rights in the South China Sea, Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano noted, somewhat […]

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Umiiwas sa digmaan*

Umiiwas sa digmaan*

BAGAMAN maliwanag na may katwiran si President Duterte sa pagiwas na makagawa ng hakbang na puwedeng ikagalit ng China para makipagdigmaan ito sa ating bansa, sa pananaw ng marami ay nagpapakita ang Pangulo ng labis na kahinaan sa kanyang ginagawa. Ayon sa Pangulo ay hindi niya kakayaning pumasok sa digmaan kung saan hindi siya magwawagi at magreresulta sa pagbubuwis ng […]

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US Dim Mak Point 7 – Air Bases Vulnerability*

US Dim Mak Point 7 – Air Bases Vulnerability*

Due to popular demand, Beyond Deadlines is reposting every Monday the still relevant articles of retired Armed Forces of the Philippines intelligence chief Brig. General Victor Corpus that appeared in his BD’s column, Views from the East. January 26, 2017 LAST  Dec. 5, 2016 The Sun, a UK publication, reported: “THE US is readying for World War Three with China […]

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Why is China Risking a Major War with the US in the South China Sea?*

Why is China Risking a Major War with the US in the South China Sea?*

May 14, 2018 Why is China risking a major war, even a nuclear one, by deploying cruise missiles on South China Sea outposts? The US have warned that there will be consequences with this move by China. If the US launch a pre-emptive strike on these island outposts using its stealth bombers with JASSMs, China will surely retaliate against US […]

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US Dim Mak Point 5: Vulnerability to Asymmetric Warfare*

US Dim Mak Point 5: Vulnerability to Asymmetric Warfare*

Due to popular demand, Beyond Deadlines is reposting every Monday the still relevant articles of retired Armed Forces of the Philippines intelligence chief Brig. General Victor Corpus that appeared in his BD’s column, Views from the East. January 4th, 2017 ASYMMETRIC warfare is a form of warfare used by the weak to defeat the strong. A classic example is found in […]

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‘If my plane explodes, ask the CIA’ – Duterte after requesting arms from Russia & China

By RT PHILIPPINE President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t ruling out that the US might be very annoyed and consider his decision to procure weapons from China and Russia a threat, after Washington refused to supply Manila with arms. The Philippines has been seeking modern weapons and small arms to step up combat against ISIS-linked Islamists, ever since Duterte assumed office in […]

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