Stand Up To The China Bully!

Over 300 cities and towns in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia and the Philippines have signed up to participate in the Global Day of Prayer for Peace in the Scarborough Shoal set for Tuesday, August 21, 2012 to pray for a peaceful resolution of the Philippines’ territorial dispute with China and to call for a boycott of China-made products as a non-violent protest against China’s “creeping invasion” of the Philippines.

This updated tally was announced by Ted Laguatan, spokesman of the US Filipinos for Good Governance, which is coordinating the global protest.

“In his State of the Nation Address on July 23, President Aquino asked for solidarity from the Filipino people in confronting China’s illegal occupation of the Scarborough Shoal,” Laguatan said “He asked that we speak with one voice on this issue, and on August 21, we will, with one voice, express our solidarity with the Filipino people and tell China to leave the Scarborough Shoal,” he added.

Laguatan also announced that on August 21, a press conference will be held at the Rockwell Tent in Makati to be attended by more than 200 church leaders of all faiths and denominations as well as top political and business leaders to express the unified voice of the Filipino people on this issue.

Headlining the impressive list speakers will be US Pinoys national chair Loida Nicolas Lewis, Rep. Walden Bello, Rep. Riza  Hontiveros, Pastor Francis M. Nicolas, Bishop Leo Alconga (Philippine Jesus Movement, PJM), Bishop Chito Sanches of Philippine Council for Evangelical Churches (PCEC), Albay Gov. Joey Salceda and former Gov. Grace Padaca from Isabela.

“In places of worship of every denomination and faith throughout the Philippines, we will be prayinmg to the Almighty and speaking with one voice,” declared Loida Nicolas Lewis. “Scarborough is our shoal. China must leave!”

Religious advisers of boxing champ Rep. Manny Pacquiao indicated that the “Pacman” may also attend the press conference to express his solidarity with the Filipino people on this issue.  Rep. Pacquiao was featured in a youtube video by a Taiwan company that showed the Scarborough dispute settled by a boxing match between Manny Pacquiao and the China bear

Stand Up For Scarborough Shoal: http://www.uspgg.org/

http://www.uspgg.org/aug21/300-churches-set-for-august-21/

Similarly:

The Chinese National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) will spend $30 Billion Dollars to drill oil at the vicinity of Spratly Islands. CNOOC expect to generate some 500 Million Barrels of oil by year 2020 or make around $50 Billion Dollars a year.

The Spratlys is just 125 miles near Palawan and is at least 582 miles away from China! China’s claim on the Spratlys was based on an ancient map made during the Han Dynasty circa 110 AD ( the same age as the ancient Roman Empire ) Spratlys was known then as Nansha Islands and the Philippines as Mayi.

To enforce their claim on those oil rich island groups, China has now engaged in a MIGHT is RIGHT Gunboat Diplomacy. US Pinoys for Good Governance found another old Chinese map dated 1904 but this one did not include the Spratly Islands as part of Chinese territory.

NOW, Let us bring our case directly to ALL GOD Fearing People around the world “WE WANT TO PETITION CHINA FOR A JUST, A PEACEFUL AND RIGHTEOUS RESOLUTION OF OUR CLAIMS ON THE SPRATLYS.

Join the movement for a peaceful resolution of Spratlys and Scarborough concerns. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/405237339509616/

*credits to Inquirer.net and the Facebook page of the Peaceful Resolution of Spratlys and Scarborough Concerns group

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