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Trump ready to ‘solve’ North Korea problem without China
Although I do not condone all the policies of Trump, I do fully support his coherent, adamant stance on Beijing and Pyongyang since the inauguration. Unlike Obama who was unable to ‘make decisions’ amid 8 years of PRC’s military aggression and violation of international law in South China Sea (as well as the East) , Trump’s defiant approach is inevitable for the prosperity and peace within the region.
We all know that Kim Jong un is a psychopath and a VX gas assassin, and truly it was a pity I must say that the Malaysian government succumbed to his ‘hostage threat’ two days ago. PM Najib of KL has definitely proven that he’s got no balls.
Trump has the balls, but what about Abe?!
On the other hand, the new US President has got the ‘balls’. He can take risks, and make decisions unlike his predecessor.
I do like the fact that Trump is candid.
He is totally correct when pointing out that Beijing is reluctant to do enough to undermine Pyongyang’s nuclear missile program as well as the frequent ICBM firing into the Sea of Japan. Donald the Great’s mind was also lucid when he asserted in March 2016 CNN interview that ‘Japan better arm itself against the North Korean threat, including the Nukes’.
We’ve all got to bear in mind that PRC’s reiteration ‘China’s approach towards peace’ whatever that means is always nothing but a sham, well proven by the fact they’ve enjoyed building up 7 artificial military bases in S.China sea in the recent years.
Analysts also say a couple of hundred Chinese ICBM’s to say the least are loaded, targeting Japan. Taiwan is of course another Beijing ‘foe’ , with a thousand or more ICBMs ready to wipe out Taipei in minutes.
So when Trump says ‘US will solve this issue without China’ – it makes total sense to me. Trust them not.
Go ask the Tibetans.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama 14th and his comrades as well as the Uighur minorities are facing ‘cultural genocide’ purportedly. Despite the fact Beijing ridiculously justifies its arrogance and violation of human rights as ‘liberation’ – whatever that means.
Let us now go to today’s conclusion.
So we have one big compulsive liar as well as its bestial satellite state on the verge of dominating Asia. And under these crucial circumstances, it is only natural for Tokyo to consider pre-emptive strike on Mr Kim’s bedroom.
But what’s fascinating and hilarious, the undeniable comedy is that we the Japanese don’t have ‘the balls’ – yes, that certainly is the perfect wording.
The descendants of the ‘Samurai warriors’ and Mr Cruise no longer have the guts, determination and the balls to fight against its repulsive communist adversaries.
And this inexplicable flock-of-sheep mentality owes hugely to the so called the ‘Pacifist 1947 constitution’ that stipulates that Japan ought to abandon ‘Sea, land and air forces as well as the belligerency of the state’ – whatever that means.
So Mr Trump, please wake us up!
But please do not do it alone, and let us know (Mr Abe, at least) in advance because when Pyongyang retaliates, they’re going to target Shibuya Hachiko Doggy, Kyoto’s Kiyomiz dera as well as over 130 US bases scattered across Nippon. Mr Kim’s mighty nuclear warheads are yet unlikely to reach Pearl Harbor or the Needle in Seattle.
The dinner is ready Mr Trump! Democracy and Sushi is at stake here.
– Japan Broadcasting. net Editor in chief
Team Japan won the inaugural ‘World Baseball Classic’ (WBC) in 2006. Just four years later, the defending champs prevailed once gain, with the ‘classic’ plays by big names such as Ichiro and Yu Darvish.
Just as for a quick notice, Darvish is a Japanese super hurler that plays for Major League Baseball (MLB)’s Texas Rangers. However, since his dad is Iranian, some anticipate that ‘daddy’ may be perpetually blocked from entering not only the ball park, but the United States.
Thank you, Mr President. I still love your wig sir.
Now, where were we?!
That’s right, the WBC. In 2013 tournament, the defending champion Team Japan succumbed to Puerto Rico in the Semi final, or the ‘Championship Round’.
And here we are now in 2017, only four teams left! (See below)
Baseball prohibited in North Korea by Mr Kim!?
Japan, Puerto Rico, Netherlands and the U.S.A. The ‘Big 4’. South Korea by the way (not North, Dear leader Mr Kim allegedly prohibits its 22 million citizens from playing the sport founded by ‘Imperial Americans’) was initially seen as the rival of Japan as had been in previous tournaments, but they have already been marginalized in this tournament, just like the impeached beauty（and the FMR President） Ms.Pak Geun hye and its politics. They couldn’t make it the 2nd round.
Puerto Rico is playing the Netherlands right now (as I write this article. 3-3! Super tight game) in the first semi final match. But what interests me more than the game is their ‘political status’.
According to the Wikipedia, this small island nation of 3 million is ‘not a U.S state’ , but the “Puerto Ricans were collectively made U.S citizens” in 1917 by the Jones-Shafroth Act. This article argues that ‘U.S imposed citizenship in order to draft Puerto Rican men into the army as American entry to WW1 became likely’.
It is a feasible assumption regarding the fact colonial imperialism was rampant in those days. And whats more striking, the Puerto Ricans today are deprived of their rights to vote for the congress or Presidential election despite the fact they are ostensibly ‘U.S citizens’. I’ve heard a chubby woman from Guam make the same complaint in Tokyo Narita Airport in January this year. That’s right, these two ‘nations’ are not even a sovereign state.
When the United States of America’s founding principles are ‘Democracy’, ‘Equality’ and ‘Human Rights’, their current double-standard in these two ‘pawns’ is difficult to comprehend and simply indefensible. Of course, I understand that the $70 billion debt by the Puerto Rican government was an issue in last year’s U.S Presidential election.
The reality that San Juan is unsustainable without Washington’s financial aid is not to be argued. However, amid the recent rise of nationalism and Brexit movement (Scotland’s proposal of its 2nd referendum on independence has been rejected by Mrs May), the outcome of Puerto Rico’s upcoming referendum on June 11, 2017 on whether to choose between a statehood and independence is surely something we should all focus upon as advocates of fundamental rights.
Oops! Please remember I’m no anti-Trump or anti-American. I’m nothing but an Outspoken Samurai of the 21st century thirsty for truth and fairness, just like the famous Fox News.