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Japan Prepares to Evacuate 60k from South Korea
Good morning, I’m still reporting on: Japan Prepares to Evacuate 60k from South Korea, 1779 Synopsis: Nikkei Asian News is reporting that Japan’s government is asking both South Korea and the U.S. for cooperation should they decide to try to evacuate the 60,000 Japanese citizens currently living in or visiting South Korea. According to one Japanese government source: "If the U.S. decided on a military strike against the North, the Japanese government would start moving toward an evacuation on its own accord regardless of whether the American plans are public." In the event that South Korean airports were closed, Japan plans to either tell its citizens to shelter in place, or move to safer areas in the south where Japanese vessels could help ferry Japanese citizens home. North Korea has now successfully tested a hydrogen bomb and is threatening to use it on the U.S. or its allies, South Korea and Japan. However, in what was apparently an accidental security breach by one military expert, the U.S. Navy now has rushed into operation the capability to shoot down North Korean ICBMs: “… during their ascent phase.” Cyber attack may be a possibility, however, it is more likely that the Navy has made operational either a laser weapon that they believe is combat capable, or their rapidly-developing rail gun technology. It is believed that President Trump has become convinced that the time for action is rapidly approaching. As long as Kim Jong-un is in power he believes that becoming a credible nuclear power is the only way he can remain in power. But that means that he will use nuclear blackmail to pursue his interests and keep the world on edge. Many believe that the time to take out their nuclear capability was when President Clinton was in office, however, Clinton not only pursued a policy of appeasement, he actually paid the North Koreans to play along. [insert] Many now acknowledge the foolishness of Clinton’s appeasement policy, but in light of an even dumber move by President Obama to not only facilitate Iranian nuclear development, but even provide a planeload of billions of dollars in much-needed U.S. and European currency, the two presidential decisions today seem eerily similar, and definitely not in the best interests of the United States.