By Kaoru Moulton   |  11-05-2017   News
Photo credit: Hiroshima City

President Trump said that Japan should have shot down North Korea's missiles.

At the meeting with Prime Minister Abe, the threat of North Korea's nuclear weapons development and missile development has become a high priority on the agenda.

In order to discuss how to respond to the threat of North Korea, President Trump questioned Japan's decision not to shoot down missiles when meeting with the heads of Southeast Asian countries over the phone.

The US president said he could not understand why the country of the samurai did not shoot down the missiles.

This summer, North Korea conducted a ballistic missile test against international sanctions against North Korea.

On September 3, North Korea exploded a hydrogen bomb that could be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile and carried out a sixth strongest nuclear test.

While the United States and its allies and partners are seeking denuclearization in North Korea, the Trump administration says it has all options including military action to cope with the situation.

Would you be able to present the same statement if Canada would be like the North Korea, and if you live in the US?

The point is, Japan is too close to provoking that spoiled boy.

Also, Japan is the only country which experienced the nuclear bombs (twice) on the human being in mankind history.

Japanese would not want to believe that Everything that happens twice will surely happen a third time, even though it's a soccer-crazy country.

Source:https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/11/05/national/politics-diplomacy/trump-said-japan-shot-overflying-north-korea-missiles/#.Wf6UJNCnGUm

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