Beijing Enters State of War for a Week ahead of Arbitration Ruling

Hong Kong’s Singtao Daily says in its report early this morning that Chinese Capital issued an emergency notice around 5 am this morning telling all entities to enter into “state of war” from 8 am this morning until late in the night of July 17. There must always be people on duty for emergency in all entities in all weather.

Does that mean that China is going to fight a war when the International Court of Arbitration gives a ruling unfavorable to China? I do not know, but it is clear that Beijing is prepared for a war if the United States initiates one.

Source: Singtao Daily “Ruling on South China Sea arbitration to come out today: Beijing enters ‘state of war’” (summary by Chan Kai Yee based on the report in Chinese)


One Comment on “Beijing Enters State of War for a Week ahead of Arbitration Ruling”

  1. Steve says:

    Human problems are created from Speech, Thoughts and Deeds. The US may Rattler as much as they want, but two carrier fleets are as much of a joke as Philippines would want to engage China in a military War. Those thousands of US sailors on board would be concerned of their last meal <> the hypersonic missiles falls on board their deck at Mach 10+. The SCS is not the Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico. It will be a War of Words by the rattlers, sneaks & snakeheads to confront China. The Americans are wise to inform President Obama to serve the US economy and repair, built new infrastructures because a war of such magnitude would bankrupt America.

    China is wise to issue an emergency to All entities to be mindful of a state of war till 17 July, 2017, in order to scare the Snakeheads.