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Newsweek article of 11/18/2017 quoted Japan Times article of same date saying "Japan Wants War With North Korea's Kim Jong Un, Not Dialogue, New Poll Shows". |
But Japan Times' article merely said, "According to the poll, 25.6 percent said they think Tokyo and Washington should give weight to the use of pressure against North Korea and 28.3 percent said they think so to some extent. Meanwhile, 12.5 percent said they think the some form of dialogue should be used, and 26.9 percent said they were in accordance to some degree."
No mention of going to war with North Korea in the poll questions reported. So, how can an answer be YES to war, when war was not even asked? It is evident some folks want to put words in the mouths of the Japanese people, and push them into war with North Korea, or put the thought of going to war with Japan in the mind of the North Korean regime, based on a poll that did not even ask the Japanese people if they wanted to go to war with North Korea.
What this "Poll" showed is that the pollsters wanted Japan to accept its role as that of going to war with North Korea, and North Korea to attack Japan because of this false threat.
Just only proves that South Korea has refused to be the gambit pawn, ready to be eaten alive or to be advanced into the jaws of the North Korean war machine, and therefore, there is an urgent need for Japan to prove its worthiness as an ally, and take the place of South Korea, a role that the Japanese had themselves pressured South Korea to accept. In the game of musical chairs, Moon has sat down, and Abe is still dancing, but as the polls show, coming to a slow standstill, and about to take his seat soon. There is panic polling therefore, to take the chair away from Abe before he sits. But sit he will, on the floor if necessary, very shortly.