First, I didn't say that it would be like the US claiming Cuban airspace. My point, that you missed and inserted what you wanted to hear, was that when there is disputed airspace, the best thing to do is negotiate a reasonable settlement including a third party arbitrator. Certain places we extend our ADIZ out pretty far, other places we don't because that would be encroaching on another nation's sovereignty. The picture that was attached was meant to show that we curb our ADIZ a bit near Cuba to account for their presence. China unilaterally extended their ADIZ to include contested islands, and that is not something we should condone.
Second, with regard to my "attitude", perhaps you could not read into an argument and suppose things that only you have constructed in your head. Also, something that you could do to stem people's attitudes is to make a point instead of asserting an obvious comment that has nothing to do with what was written in the first place.
‘This is not peace, it is an armistice for 20 years.’ (Ferdinand Foch. After the Treaty of Versailles, 1919).
well that didn't take long. Someone in the world is in trouble, they call in the cavalry (us)
War is not a tool to satisfy your emotional outbursts.