If a war broke out.

 

What are Japan’s options against North Korea?
By Yazhou Sun, CNN
Updated 0913 GMT (1713 HKT) April 21, 2017

However, Daniel Pinkston, a professor of International Relations at Troy University in Seoul, said it would be a total waste of North Korea’s military assets to attack Japan. “Pyongyang doesn’t care about killing Japanese civilians, especially since it would serve no military or political purpose,” Pinkston said.

Are you 100% sure?

Even after North Korea’s officials and media repeatedly threaten to attack Japan[1, 2]  (they said “sink Japan into the ocean”) and launch missiles into the US bases in Japan?

 

 

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“You must hate the Japanese, ..”

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“, the Americans, their puppets, and all our other enemies!”

– “Under the Sun (2016 documentary)

No nuclear, thank you

 

Japan’s Nuclear Moment

Geopolitical trends have combined to open a window of opportunity for Japan to become a nuclear state.

By Liubomir K. Topaloff
April 21, 2017

If Japan wanted to develop nuclear weapons, there would be no better moment than now to start. As the North Korean regime grows desperate to get a more generous ransom against its nuclear program, the threat it poses to Tokyo is multiplying. Last week Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, warned that North Korea is preparing the capability to launch missiles carrying the chemical weapon sarin against Tokyo.

It’s true that Japanese society is largely against nuclear weapons, not only because of the fact that Japan is the only country to have suffered a nuclear attack, but also due to the general isolationist and pacifist political identity of the majority of Japanese.

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Today, perhaps for a first time since the end of the World War II, such a window of opportunity has opened in front of Japan and has offered Tokyo the chance to take the matter of its national security into its own hands.

Thanks, but no. Japan do not want to develop nuclear weapons.

End of discussion.

Don’t even make “Nuclear armed Japan” a diplomatic “card” to play with.

I mean..

  1. Japanese (probably 99%) won’t even think about going nuclear as long as Japan-US alliance exists and works. (In other words, it might be a beginning of the end of the Japan-USA alliance)
  2. Japanese know “Japan’s going nuclear” will do more harm than good for the regional stability and security.
  3. Japanese constitution prohibits it (can’t even have an army!) and it is super difficult to change it.
  4. No Japanese (including politicians and media outlets) are talking about it.
  5. Before even consider having nuclear weapons, Japan should change its constitution to have its army to protect itself (it’s very difficult, like I mentioned above).

 

North Korea missile launch was training exercise to strike US bases in Japan

For the first time, NK officially admits..

N.Korea calls 4 missile test-launches success

The North’s official Korean Central News Agency said on Tuesday that artillery units tasked with striking US bases in Japan fired 4 ballistic missiles simultaneously under the watch of the country’s leader Kim Jong Un.

OK.. North Korea seems like they want to start a war against Japan.

Not surprising.

Stop fucking around and just reunite with South.

Just do it without outside interference(aka HELP) once in your history…Korean people!

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White House considers direct military action to North Korea

While South Koreans busy accusing Japan and building the statues all over the country (now more than 60) and overseas and presidential candidates busy calling their president “pro-japan traitor” and opposing THAAD and GSOMIA and country is divided with pro-Park and anti-Park demonstrations everyday, the world consider North Korea as serious thread and the US is considering the option to take direct approach.

The White House is considering direct military action to counter North Korea
March 1, 2017 5:30 p.m. ET

In a dramatic shift from traditional policy, an internal White House review on North Korean strategy revealed that the option to use military force or a regime change to curb the threat of North Korean nuclear weapons was on the table, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

This review comes at the heels of a report claiming President Donald Trump believes the “greatest immediate threat” to the US was North Korea’s nuclear program.

Recent provocations from the Hermit Kingdom, including the ballistic missile launch in the Sea of Japan and the assassination of Kim Jong Un’s estranged half-brother in Malaysia, may have provoked this shift in the policy that have many officials and US allies worried.

“North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. It won’t happen!” Trump tweeted in January. Several weeks later, North Korea conducted its missile test.

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Trump believes North Korea is greatest threat
February 28, 2017

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump believes the “greatest immediate threat” to the US is North Korea and its nuclear program, a senior administration official told reporters Tuesday.

Trump has already called on China to take action to rein in North Korea, over which China has considerable influence and leverage, the official said.
“You gotta work on North Korea,” Trump told a Chinese official on Monday, the senior administration official said, apparently pointing to a brief meeting at the White House Monday between Trump and Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi, the highest-ranking Chinese official Trump has met with since taking office.

Trump has publicly expressed concern about North Korea’s nuclear program and has said that he believes the US should leverage China’s cooperation in helping to dismantle North Korea’s nuclear program, claiming on the campaign trail that China has “total control over North Korea.”
“China should solve that problem,” Trump said last year. “And if they don’t solve the problem, we should make trade very difficult for China.”

How come they are so blind and ignorant?

I’m sure if the US takes actions, Koreans accuse the US for everything for some reason, and if the US did not do and bad things happens, Koreans accuse the US for not doing anything about it. Sigh.

For once in your history, do something by yourself, Koreans! 

The situation of the East Asia is becoming more and more like back in 1894. The instability of Korea provoked Chinese and Japanese interference and started Sino-Japanese War, and invited Russian Empire and began Russo-Japanese War . Finally, Japan had to annexed it.

Japan has learned not to touch Korea since. So, this time, Japan will not, do not want to, take any action to, or involved with, Korea. The lesson was, do not help Korea because Korea will always betray you and accuse you later.

Now, the US has to deal with Korea. South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun who once said “What’s wrong with me being anti-America” demanded to return the US’s “Operational Control During Wartime” to South Korea from the US and the US agreed. Later, president Lee Myung-bak postponed it, then again president Park Geun-hye postponed it forever. Yes, as if South Korea does not want to take resposibility in order to blame the US in the future.

So, my advice to the US is that whatever you do, do it under the name of UN.

Korean Education

in South Korea.

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“Japan is monkey” huh?  I have been called “monkey” from SO MANY KOREANS online, so I’m immune to this kind of pictures. But some might be surprised to see this. But it’s common in Koreans.

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in North Korea.

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“You must hate the Japanese, the Americans, their puppets, and all our other enemies!”

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Poor kids.

Both South Korea and North Korea can’t sustain their country unless they teach their nationals to hate others especially Japan. As if they are too afraid to tell their own people about the free, democratic, developed, peaceful country; Japan.

It is like, “If Korean people find out about Japan and the US which is highly advanced and peaceful country, Koreans might again sell our own country to Japan someday…”

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Under The Sun – (“1984” like 2015 movie of North Korea)

I watched the movie “Under the sun” a few days ago.

Freaking scary. I’m scared of the fact that they teaches little kids hatred and brainwashing them. And they think this is something to be proud of?

North Korea and South Korea are no different in this regard… Education.

Both South Korea and North Korea can’t sustain their country unless they teach their nationals to hate others especially Japan. As if they are too afraid to love the free, democratic, developed country; Japan.

It is like, “If Koreans find out about Japan which is great and highly advanced and peaceful country, Koreans might again sell own country to Japan someday…”