What a waste of fuel! And brains for that matter, brainmatter.<br><br>-> Do any government @ home and abroad really know what they're doing?<br>-> Does any damn theo, auto, commi, evangelico and even demo'CRACTIC leader know or talk with the taxpayers and peasants?<br><br>------><br>From freeinternetpress.com<br>Japanese fighter jets have been scrambled 30 times to turn away Chinese planes approaching Japan's airspace in the last six months, more than twice the 13 times in the same period last year, officials have said.<br><br>The increased defensive posture reflects the growing tensions between Japan and China, which are [color:red]squabbling over interpretations of their wartime past, undersea gas deposits, and ownership of East China Sea islands.</font color=red><br><br>An Air Self Defense Force spokesman said Japan's fighter jets had scrambled 30 times in response to what were believed to be Chinese military planes in the six months from April to September. Japan's fiscal year starts in April.<br><br>The spokesman, who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with agency policy, added that fighter jets also have been deployed since October, but declined to say how many times. That would surpass the record-high 30 scramblings in response to Chinese planes in all of 1998. Japan only started keeping track of the number of fighter jet mobilizations against specified countries in 1995.<br><br>------------------><br>all these leader-heads up in their plastic towers<br>with no clue why thing on the ground are the way they are<br><br>perhaps history should be studied<br>but we should not live in the past<br><br>ARE YA WITH ME!?<br><br>Ha,<br>payce.<br><br>Blood remains where corruption temporarily gets away with crime.
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