2017/05/12 (Fri) 米朝戦争の可能性が高い
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安倍首相は「韓国は、戦略的利益を共有する、最も重要な隣国であり、北朝鮮問題で連携して対処するとともに、未来志向の日韓関係を発展させていきたいと思います」と述べた。(FNN)

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理由を述べるまでもないだろう。韓国が保護国のアメリカを裏切ったからだ。その韓国に抱き着いているのは、暗愚なる日本の首相安倍晋三だ。この国家指導者は、なにゆえか戦争になったときの準備をしていない。「戦争などない」と信じているように見える。アメリカが開戦すれば当然、北朝鮮は滅びる。ソウルも火の海となり、何十万人の韓国人が灰になるのだろう。しかし、それが戦争というものだ。安倍が言う「北朝鮮問題で連携して対処する」とはどういう対処なのだろうか?戦争のツケを払うとか、難民の面倒を見るとか?何度も、伊勢は「安倍晋三は詐欺師である」と書いてきた。日本の国民は、自分、自分の家族を自分が守らなければならない。そこで、ようやく、安倍晋三に騙されたと気が着くのだろう。日本人は運命論者なのかも知れない。伊勢


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Keith_Fenton • 2 days ago
Washington should immediately place the North Korean government on the U.S. list of 'state sponsors of terror' for its public assassination of Kim's half-brother in Malaysia. At the same time, it should make it illegal for Americans to travel to that country under penalty of jail and a stiff fine. If you aid the regime with your tourist dollars, you should be punished. If you travel there anyway, and are prevented from leaving, it must be made clear the United States will not lift a finger to get you back. All aid to the North, including food aid, must cease. To give in any way allows the regime to direct its own capital to weapons and missile development. The State Department must begin a detailed study, to be publicized upon completion, of all the countries in the world that do business with the North, and those which have diplomatic relations, and we must make known exactly what that business, and what those relations constitute. That is the only 'sunshine policy' that with begin to change the dynamic and the dialogue to this seemingly intractable problem. Kim's use of North Korean citizens for contract labor in countries like Malaysia is nothing short of slavery. Governments that allow such exploitation must be exposed.
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Keith_Fenton • 2 days ago
Moon wants to revive a 'sunshine policy' towards North Korea, engaging the hermit regime, and reviving joint economic ventures. He doesn't want to isolate Pyongyang, but to 'engage' Kim and his insane government. The United States must make it abundantly clear to Seoul that, while the U.S. and the Republic of Korea are allies and friends, we are not going to be wagged by accommodative policies that have failed repeatedly in the past, and which have no chance of succeeding in future, and which will only succeed in providing time and resources to Kim in his quest to have the means to strike the continental United States. If Seoul buckles and goes passive, that government must be made to understand that under that circumstance, Washington will not abide, and will leave the South out of the loop. Either Pyongyang ends its nuclear quest, or face destruction by the United States.
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Iseheijiro Keith_Fenton • 2 days ago
Keith, thank you. As I am Japanese American I have seen the result of the election as a betrayal to US and Japan. It may sound radical, however, I would like US government to cut off their alliance with South Korea and pull US troops out of Korea. Japan and US can defend themselves from North Korea without South Korea's military, which is nothing.
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Asahi Iseheijiro • 2 days ago
You are a Japanese American?

Most Americans understand that Korea is a key ally in Asia-Pacific who fought with them in Vietnam. Furthermore, vert few Americans would be so undemocratic as to advocate that Washington cut off its alliances with countries that exercised their democratic choice.

My money is on you being a right-wing Japanese nationalist, with nary a whiff of US citizenship.
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Joe Brady Asahi • 2 days ago
We can be an ally without having troops on the ground.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • a day ago
We can attack or destroy North Korea anytime from anyplace. Ground troops is actually a hostage to the both Korea. Withdraw our ground troops is good for US and Japan. We save a lot of money that reduces US debt.
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Eason Park Iseheijiro • a day ago
Japanese are sometimes disappointing by their poor understanding the relationship between Korea and the US. Korea is not only beneficiary of the alliance but also lynch-pin for the US hegemony in the Asia Pacific. Korea, at some points, is more important than Japan for the US.
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Iseheijiro Eason Park • 20 hours ago
Ignorant man! Ask Tillerson. Moron!
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Iseheijiro Asahi • 2 days ago
How much do you know Moon Jae-in? You don't seem to know what his political stance is. GWB wanted to pull our troops out of Korea. Pulling out troops means cutting off alliance. I have a question for you. Why can't I be an American while I love my country Japan?
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Joe Brady Iseheijiro • 2 days ago
We should pull out of Japan as well. They don't need our help.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • 2 days ago
True. We can still be allies. I want US reduces her debt. Japan should change their constitution and arm nukes. Japan's navy is the second large navy to USN. Our submarines(26) are half a size of US subs but we are formidable. https://youtu.be/xYko2W3fjSY
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Holdfast_II Iseheijiro • a day ago
Do you think that China will tolerate Japan or South Korea going nuclear? China WANTS the US in Japan and South Korea because it keeps those nations from arming up like they would have to if the US security blanket wasn't there.
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Iseheijiro Holdfast_II • 20 hours ago
You must be a Chinese troll. lol. Why should we listen to China? Colin Powell and Richard Armitage suggested Japan to consider nuclear arm. My American nephew who was an intelligent officer at cold war time said to me that Japan perhaps had nuclear warheads provided by US.
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Joe Brady Holdfast_II • 20 hours ago
China can't do anything about Japan and SK arming up or nuclearizing.

It could, however, pre-empt it by getting rid of Kim, and coming to an agreement on the China Sea claims. They have rational leadership. I doubt they spend money building and protecting islands to no practical end.

With the price of oil low, and the area relatively unexplored, now would be a good time to put all the issues on the table.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • 7 minutes ago
Can't agree more.
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Joe Brady Iseheijiro • 2 days ago
Yup. The problems are 1945 are the problems of 1945. China is a bit like the US. We're both bigger than we are effective. Barring the use of nuclear weapons, China is not a threat to Japan. China isn't even a threat to Vietnam, or the other ASEAN nations.

Our alliance can be that Japan takes care of itself, but that the US will expedite as much military hardware, satellite support, etc., that Japan needs. China won't want to bother with that.

NK seems to be in intractable issue, since the UN allowed them to build a nuclear arsenal, but SK and Japan will have to deal with the UN's error.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • 2 days ago
Agreed. I don't see China is a threat to Japan. I have to say Japanese are spoiled by American government who needs Japan for their fortress. I dislike Abe. He is a sneaky fellow. US actually reduced military in Japan following agreement. It's a very good agreement. US wants to relocate Okinawa marine base (Helis and Osprey) to east side of Okinawa maine land and Japan has begun building foundation on the sea.I hope Kim understands we are ready to attack nuclear site and other short range missile sites. He may not stop developing bombs and warheads.
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Haler44 Iseheijiro • 2 days ago
This sounds like the imperialistic Japanese mentality that led to World War II when the Japanese government treated Korea and all of Asia as Japan's subservient hinterland. This in turn led to the division of Korea into two parts after World War II. After years of Japanese occupation, both parts were about equally poor and subject to authoritarian governments after the war.

With the strong military and economic support of the U.S. since North Korea invaded South Korea in 1950, the people of South Korea have built their country into a prosperous, democratic member of the community of nations that engage in trade and cultural exchanges, and resolve their differences without threats of violence. In contrast, North Korea has remained a belligerent outcast propped up by arguably the most brutal totalitarian government on earth.

Recognizing these stark differences between South and North Korea, I would no sooner abandon our alliance with South Korea than I would with, say, Japan, Taiwan, or Australia. All civilized people need to stick together to oppose the likes of North Korea.
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Iseheijiro Haler44 • 2 days ago
Whilst I disagree with your historical view I advocate US to attack North Korea. My reason is that Kim doesn't listen and Moon is an appeaser. South Korea has been unreliable US ally for decades. Japan and US have to determine to destroy North Korea once and for all. As a byproduct Seoul may be gone but it's OK with me.
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Haler44 Iseheijiro • a day ago
I served in South Korea as a U.S. Army officer about 50 years ago, and everything that I experienced then and since has made it very clear that South Korea is as firm an ally of the U.S. in opposing Communist aggression as any other nation.

And with good reason, because nowhere in the world is there a greater contrast between the way that people with identical ethnic and cultural backgrounds can experience radically different qualities of life under a totalitarian Communist government versus a democratic government with a capitalist economy (despite its being too concentrated in large corporations).

Do you know which is better? Or care?

Your disregard for the fate of the 10 million plus people in the Seoul area gives you about zero credibility with any civilized person. (Nevertheless, as an advocate of credible military deterrence, I concur that the likelihood of North Korea shelling Seoul with artillery in the event of a U.S. strike on its nuclear facilities should not totally obviate that option of such a strike. I would hope that the South Korean government has made plans to protect Seoul's citizens in such an eventuality).
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Iseheijiro Haler44 • a day ago
So you let Kim Jong Un gets nuclear bombs and warheads? After all it's a Korean civil war and it's not the US problem either Japan's problem. South Korea has 50 million population and economic advantage over 25 million North Korea which has next to nothing to eat. Moon even said today South Korean military can destroy North Korea easily. Our ground troops should get out Korea. We keep alliance.
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Keith_Fenton Iseheijiro • 2 days ago
It amazes me the Koreans would elect a guy associated with the failed policies of the past. I favor waiting to see how Moon's election victory plays out, and I think we're stronger with that forward base; I just don't want Seoul to go wobbly on the alliance.
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Haler44 Keith_Fenton • a day ago
Part of the reason why South Korea elected this particular candidate is that they have a system similar to that in the U.S. whereby somebody can win with less than a majority of popular votes, as both he and Trump did. I would argue that there are a couple of improvements that could be made to this voting process, but it is still a dam site better than the "process" in North Korea.
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Joe Brady Keith_Fenton • 2 days ago
I doubt they go wobbly. We pull out, and they replace us with additional SK troops.
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Iseheijiro Keith_Fenton • 2 days ago
My bet is he will fail by going against US and Japan. To me, Korea, north and south are failed states without our help. 37,000 American servicemen died at Korean War 65 years ago. US and Japan spent billions dollars to keep Korea as a democratic state and they betrayed us.
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Joe Mahony Iseheijiro • 20 hours ago
As a Japanese-American you know the treatment of Korea when it was a colony of Japan. A SK government would face over though if it were found be in alliance with Japan. The same is true of China, they have not forgotten the treatment of Chinese Nationals by Japanese soldiers during WWII. .
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Joe Brady Joe Mahony • 17 hours ago
Sure, but everyone else are on good terms. We rebuilt both Germany and Japan after WWII. The US is quite popular in Vietnam, despite that long war. SK & China don't have to forget the atrocities, but they also don't have to allow those atrocities from making currently logical decisions.
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Iseheijiro Joe Mahony • 20 hours ago
Are you an American? You smell Chinese troll. Americans are smart. They don't listen to your fake history. They don't want bring WWII to discuss the today's issue. Moron, moron, moron!
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Sarastro92 Iseheijiro • a day ago
Everyone would be better off with the US out of Korea
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Iseheijiro Sarastro92 • 20 hours ago
Yup. Korean Peninsular is an oven. Why should we keep our men and women there? We have bunch of ignorant in White House and Congress. I bet they don't even know what is "Sovietization" means. North Korea is the last Soviet on this planet.
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Joe Brady Sarastro92 • 20 hours ago
Doesn't that depend on whether or not Kim invades SK 5 minutes after we leave?
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Sarastro92 Joe Brady • 18 hours ago
The SKoreans have every advantage if there were a war... straw man/red herring aren't persuasive
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Joe Brady Sarastro92 • 17 hours ago
Strawman? Seriously? You don't think there is any chance of Kim invading SK after we leave?
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BioBehavioralView • 2 days ago
Don’t Just Do Something

“The rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign nations, is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connexion as possible.” -President George Washington (1796)

Our diplomats tell us that every problem is too complex for the rest of us to understand. True — when you have no basic principles.

So, South Korea has a new President soft on North Korea. His supporters aren’t keen on having American missiles there; nevertheless, we’ll borrow a billion dollars from the Chinese to install them, so South Korea remains safe to continue raping us economically.

Hey, the Cold War is over! Is it in the national interest of these United States of America to involve ourselves in a potential nuclear catastrophe to protect our economic adversary? Well, maybe not in our interest but in the interest of our “military-industrial complex”.

“The only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history.” -Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)

Recall the warning from President Eisenhower? Right, forget about it! Who cares about history anyway, let alone principles? Excuse me, somebody who “friended” me is sending me a meaningless “text”.

See “What Me Worry?” & “Defend South Korea” under ...
http://nationonfire.com/cat... .
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Joe Brady BioBehavioralView • 2 days ago
I agree. At some point, one must ask 'what are we doing there?'. If SK doesn't want the missile defense program, then let them do without it. And without US troops as well.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • a day ago
Let north and south Korea kill each other or f'ck each other. China or Russia is not interested in Korean peninsular. Many Japanese wants to
cut off Japanese Korean relations and getting louder.
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Joe Brady Iseheijiro • 21 hours ago
The problem is not the Koreans, it is Kim. In the Middle East, it's possible the only solution is to let them kill each other to settle their 1300 year's old rivalry. It was unfortunately the same way in Europe in the first half of the 20th century. Once they killed enough of each other, and leveled enough of each other's cities, they finally gave up on war as a solution. ME might be the same.

I'd bet a military coup would work wonders in NK. The Chinese could guarantee their survival, with us giving our usual 'we want the people to be heard' speech, while looking the other way. It might take another 50 years, but the threat of a massive war would be greatly diminished.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • 20 hours ago
When Soviet Russia and Communist China had influence over North Korea we needed US troops in South Korea to counter balance to them. Today Russia or PRC is not interested in North Korea. North Korea is completely isolated now. However, they have developed primitive nuclear bombs. North Korea's nuclear weapons are everyone's threat. I would like to see US pulls out troops out of Korea to defuse tension. We still are their ally and our naval bases are there. US 7th fleet is stationed at Japan. That is enough to keep our guns at the temple of Kim Jong-UN.
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Joe Brady Iseheijiro • 19 hours ago
The advantage of pulling out of SK is that NK then becomes the UN's problem. At that point, if I were the POTUS, I'd tell the UN we were poised to do whatever they voted for.

If the UN voted to allow NK to build a nuclear arsenal, I would ramp up our missile defense, and offer to sell to Japan and SK whatever weapons they wanted. And I would make sure that China and Russia understood that to include nuclear weapons, just in case that concerned them.

Alternately, if the UN voted to disarm NK, I would make our entire fleet available to take out their nuclear facilities, and any other offensive weapons they have, as well as to take our fair share of an international force for the ground fighting.
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Iseheijiro Joe Brady • 19 hours ago
You are far better than any US president I know. If you cannot make tough decision then you are not president of USA. America stands for peace and human right. Sometime Americans have to decide what is the best for all of us who wants eternal peace. Thank you Joe.
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