These chinks are really not reading their history seriously. They think they can just pull their weight on us every time they want to.
Foreign affairs secretary Teddy Locsin fired off another diplomatic protest this time against the presence of 287 Chinese militia vessels near the Kalayaan island in the West Philippine Sea.
Locsin also lambasted the National Task Force for the West Philippine Sea for not informing the Department of Foreign Affairs about the presence of these militia vessels before releasing a press statement to the local media.
Last May 9, the Task Force reported the presence of these Chinese vessels around Kalayaan island that lies off and within the Philippines’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). These vessels are now in Panganiban or Mischief Reef, Lawak island, Pag-Asa island, Ayungin shoal, Panata island, Burgos reef North, Kagitingan Reef and part of the Pagkakaisa banks including Julian Felipe Reef. Some vessels were also spotted near Recto bank.
Locsin, however, has neither confirmed or denied the allegation that Sandy Cay, an island within the EEZ of the Philippines, had already been occupied by China in 2016, a year when Mr. Duterte had already been proclaimed president.