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Japan slams N Korea missile launch but talks to go on

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“Japan protested against North Korea’s ballistic missile launch Sunday but vowed to go ahead with rare government-level talks with Pyongyang this week as scheduled.”

The above sentence gives a tell-tale sign that how messed-up Japanese N.K scheme are at this point. Put it in other way, belligerent N.K govt and double-crossing Abe’s admin are trying to play each other for pie-in-sky type of political gains in geopolitics; none of these two are actually doing what they have claimed. Guess what, I would not be surprised that the "talks" would collapse down on the road.

These two governments really deserver each other.

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Apart from starving the population of North Korea - what would happen if the world just decided to deny its existence at all. Something to ponder.

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Imagine how riled up the angry ant would be if a world map was produced without North Korea on it at all. i'd love to see it.

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These two governments really deserver each other.

First of all , Japan don't support NK at all .

Second , ROK is provoking japan on daily basis about the monument of Ianfuzou

Bashing japan in daily basis turn out to be bad for them

japan didn't forgot the gun diplomacy which introduced the christianity in Joseon dynasty

they never forgot South korea which invaded vietnam and the mischievous act which they turn blind on it

and now US is looking for Japan to defend ROK military

Too bad

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Talks are a mock of kims, they use this "talk" to demonstrate to own slaves the supreme intelligence of Dear Leader that receive foreign ambassadors as like a king. Kims thinks to be invulnerable to every attack behind China and Russia and their strategy is based on waiting on long term granted by permanent and controlled famine on popolation. Kims not have hurry to invade SK, they waits the collapse of US Power that protects SK. The right strategy to prevent a bad ending for SK is war in short future term before that NK gain full strenght to make war with high success ( learning errors by first korean war ).

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Talks are a mock of kims, they use this "talk" to demonstrate to own slaves the supreme intelligence of Dear Leader that receive foreign ambassadors as like a king. Kims thinks to be invulnerable to every attack behind China and Russia and their strategy is based on waiting on long term granted by permanent and controlled famine on popolation. Kims not have hurry to invade SK, they waits the collapse of US Power that protects SK. The right strategy to prevent a bad ending for SK is war in short future term before that NK gain full strenght to make war with high success ( learning errors by first korean war ).

Japan has a big hand , Actually even if NK didn't wage war on SK , SK will get lost , their business is out

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Japan this is not an important issue, you are allowing NK to WALK ALL OVER YOU.

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If its crackpot Stalinist regime weren't so dangerous, North Korea could be left to collapse in its own misery. But North Korea is dangerous, and its dictator, Kim Jong-un, takes every opportunity to remind the world of that fact, even if doing so is frequently counterproductive.

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Seriously, we get this year after year. Same tests, same "responses". How about we collectively take action and bring tubby down?!

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Interesting that North Korea is cozying up to Japan while South Korea has been sucking up to China. Surely there is a relationship between the two.

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This is nothing but playing the guessing game or musical chairs or amusement chairs!

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