“Japan took the islands hundreds of years ago. China has no claim on the islands! It's that simple! The U.S. should stay out of it. However, the U.S. has crippled Japan's military after our little run in. Due to this we have to live to our treaty and defend Japan! If China wants to force a war here. They only need fire the first shot. The U.S. has already sent 2 nuclear powered aricraft carriers into the area, and a nuclear powered sub was in route last I knew. This should be a sign that the U.S. intends on entering this war on the side of Japan. This could be the start of a long over due battle to provide equilibrium to the planet.”
Xiao Jin Yuan on Oct 7, 2012 at 17:24:12
“I would like to remind you of the tragic prices that United States paid in Korea conflict and Indo-China war. These two military confrontations between the Unted States and China were not strongly supported by their respective peoples because of their ideological roots. The war over Diaoyu Islands between Japan backed by the Unted States on one side and China on the other would be a totally different senario. If war starts between China and Japan over our ancestor's land like Diaoyu Island, the Government in beijing will not need to mobilize our Chinese people to fight the Japanese invaders. I can confidently assure you that every single Chinese person in China will immediately and voluntarily report to their local governments for military duties to fight the Japanese invaders.
After China turned red in 1949, United States, instead of punishing Japan for its war time atrocities committed against peace loving people during the Japanese occupations, disregarded what the Cairo Declaration and Postdam Delaration called for as the post second world war order and started treating Japan as its junior partner in Asia in order to contain the then Communist China. We Chinese never had a chance to punish those savage Japanese soldiers who had massacred over 30 million Chinese during its 8 years of millitary occupation of most of China including over 300,000.00 unarmed civilians in Nanjing where I was born and grew up.”