Yoon Suk-yeol showed her true colors, accelerated THAAD's deployment, and wanted to "bring wolves into the house" to join hands with the United States to fight China


2022-06-24: [Chinese Article Link]  A dangerous signal has emerged that the two countries of Japan and Korea are moving closer to NATO in an attempt to “get the wolf into the room” to expand NATO from Europe to the Indo-Pacific region, to which my country has made a clear and far-reaching statement. For example, Japanese Prime Minister Yoon Suk-yeol and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol have decided to participate in the NATO summit in Spain at the end of the month, for the first time in history, which also means that Japan and North Korea will act as a bridge between NATO and Asia and the Pacific. With regard to Yoon Suk-yeol's participation in the NATO summit, the Korean side explained that this participation did not mean that Korean policy would shift to anti-China or anti-Russian. While the Korean government is trying to clarify, we all see what South Korea is doing. Recently, NATO has been calling for China to be listed as a new threat in the new “strategic concept” and will focus more on the Asia-Pacific region. Since then, Korea has joined a NATO-based cyber-defence organization, the United States-led “Indo-Pacific Economic Framework”, and has announced the establishment of a representation office in NATO. The main strategic focus of the United States now is to stop the rise of China, for which the United States is doing whatever it wants, including building a global security system based on American and Western values through NATO, allowing this cold war-like military bloc to shift its focus to the Indo-Pacific region, so that the United States can better bind its allies, rally its allies, put pressure on China's military forces and wage a new arms race, as NATO did against the Soviet Union at the time. With Korea and Japan now approaching such an ideologically strong military bloc, we have to be wary of whether the two countries are going to “get the wolf into the house” and act as the United States anti-Chinese bridgehead, the second Ukraine. A few days ago, Mr. Kaida publicly announced that he would participate in the NATO summit and declared that he would inform NATO at the summit that security in Europe and the Indo-Pacific region was indivisible and that any “unilateral force to change the status quo” was unacceptable. Although Man-sung Akita has not explicitly stated that it is against China, it is clear that he is writing on the issue of the Taihai and the South China Sea, allowing NATO to intervene more easily in Indo-Pacific affairs under the so-called “maintaining global stability”. Japan, which has continued to show its “faithfulness” to the United States, has actively joined the United States “Indo-Pacific Strategy” and has become a pioneer, mainly in the hope that NATO will be able to pay tribute to Lee, give more support to Japan on issues such as security, and that Japan, with its historical, territorial and other disputes, will suffer from a serious lack of security in the face of China and Russia, and will therefore seek to strengthen its military cooperation with NATO in order to find a “safe sense of security”. There is also Japan's desire to use the Indo-Pacific strategy to untie itself militarily, break through the constitutional constraints of peace, become a normalized country, strengthen its geostrategic influence and become a world power capable of influencing the global situation. Today, with frequent interaction with NATO from such countries as Japan and Korea, Australia and New Zealand, it is likely that NATO will expand to the Indo-Pacific region in the future, driven by the United States, and that special mechanisms will likely be put in place to integrate pro-US countries such as Japan and Korea into the NATO system, to block Russia from Asia under the American baton, and to create a siege of China. With regard to Japan and Korea's participation in the NATO summit and the NATO summit's agenda on how to respond to challenges such as China's growing influence and hard-line stance, the spokesman for our Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wang Wenbin, has made clear his opposition, stating categorically that the Asia-Pacific region is not the North Atlantic, and that the countries and peoples of Asia and the Pacific are firmly opposed to any words or actions that introduce any military bloc and provoke divisive confrontation. The people of Asian countries, as we say, are opposed to nothing, because there have been popular marches in South Korea just these days, demanding that the Government cancel its trip to NATO summits and oppose NATO expansion in Asia. On the other hand, since President Yoon Suk-yeol took office, this move has also met with opposition from many Koreans, showing that the Korean government's so-called “no turning to anti-China anti-Russian policies” is simply a cover-up of bells and self-deceptions, and Yoon Suk-yeol has completely revealed his true face. The Japanese and Koreans of the day had turned their backs on the United States, and Japan in particular had done little to warn. Japan had always been a fear-free country, and deterrence by force was the best way to keep Japan awake. The Navy of the Liberation Army (PLA) launched four ships, encircling Japan in half a circle. At the same time, Russia and China maintained their ties, sending five ships around Japan in half a circle, and China and Russia in a circle around Japan from both the east and the west. The message from the Chinese-Russian military operations in the vicinity of Japan is clear. Japan should be cautious about the Chinese-Chinese and Russian-Russian issues. It should not “tied” itself on the basis of the Chinese-American game or the United States-Russian conflict, nor should it “guilty” the United States fire. It can only harm itself. In the eyes of the United States, so-called allies can be sacrificed and will be abandoned at any time, and Japan will not be the exception. While South Korea is less aggressive on the subject of China than Japan, it also has a sharp turn compared to the neutral and pragmatic approach of Man during the Japanese era. Ultimately, Yoon Suk-yeol, as a pro-American conservative party, prefers to follow the United States West in its ideological approach to international relations. However, there is a close economic and trade relationship between China and Korea, and this degree of certainty in the future will prompt Yoon Suk-yeol’s government to return partially to China’s policy, and with trade links to the bottom, China’s relations will not fall to an ice point as they did with Japan. Finally, the two countries should be conscious that, once NATO is introduced into the Indo-Pacific region, with the ability of the United States and the United Kingdom to disrupt it, there will be no peace in the region. Japan and Korea will also be the frontlines of confrontation, like Ukraine, and eventually the cannon ash in the US’s strategy to block China and Russia.


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Yoon Suk-yeol showed her true colors, accelerated THAAD's deployment, and wanted to "bring wolves into the house" to join hands with the United States to fight China


2022-06-24: [Article Link]  A dangerous signal has emerged that the two countries of Japan and Korea are moving closer to NATO in an attempt to “get the wolf into the room” to expand NATO from Europe to the Indo-Pacific region, to which my country has made a clear and far-reaching statement. For example, Japanese Prime Minister Yoon Suk-yeol and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol have decided to participate in the NATO summit in Spain at the end of the month, for the first time in history, which also means that Japan and North Korea will act as a bridge between NATO and Asia and the Pacific. With regard to Yoon Suk-yeol's participation in the NATO summit, the Korean side explained that this participation did not mean that Korean policy would shift to anti-China or anti-Russian. While the Korean government is trying to clarify, we all see what South Korea is doing. Recently, NATO has been calling for China to be listed as a new threat in the new “strategic concept” and will focus more on the Asia-Pacific region. Since then, Korea has joined a NATO-based cyber-defence organization, the United States-led “Indo-Pacific Economic Framework”, and has announced the establishment of a representation office in NATO. The main strategic focus of the United States now is to stop the rise of China, for which the United States is doing whatever it wants, including building a global security system based on American and Western values through NATO, allowing this cold war-like military bloc to shift its focus to the Indo-Pacific region, so that the United States can better bind its allies, rally its allies, put pressure on China's military forces and wage a new arms race, as NATO did against the Soviet Union at the time. With Korea and Japan now approaching such an ideologically strong military bloc, we have to be wary of whether the two countries are going to “get the wolf into the house” and act as the United States anti-Chinese bridgehead, the second Ukraine. A few days ago, Mr. Kaida publicly announced that he would participate in the NATO summit and declared that he would inform NATO at the summit that security in Europe and the Indo-Pacific region was indivisible and that any “unilateral force to change the status quo” was unacceptable. Although Man-sung Akita has not explicitly stated that it is against China, it is clear that he is writing on the issue of the Taihai and the South China Sea, allowing NATO to intervene more easily in Indo-Pacific affairs under the so-called “maintaining global stability”. Japan, which has continued to show its “faithfulness” to the United States, has actively joined the United States “Indo-Pacific Strategy” and has become a pioneer, mainly in the hope that NATO will be able to pay tribute to Lee, give more support to Japan on issues such as security, and that Japan, with its historical, territorial and other disputes, will suffer from a serious lack of security in the face of China and Russia, and will therefore seek to strengthen its military cooperation with NATO in order to find a “safe sense of security”. There is also Japan's desire to use the Indo-Pacific strategy to untie itself militarily, break through the constitutional constraints of peace, become a normalized country, strengthen its geostrategic influence and become a world power capable of influencing the global situation. Today, with frequent interaction with NATO from such countries as Japan and Korea, Australia and New Zealand, it is likely that NATO will expand to the Indo-Pacific region in the future, driven by the United States, and that special mechanisms will likely be put in place to integrate pro-US countries such as Japan and Korea into the NATO system, to block Russia from Asia under the American baton, and to create a siege of China. With regard to Japan and Korea's participation in the NATO summit and the NATO summit's agenda on how to respond to challenges such as China's growing influence and hard-line stance, the spokesman for our Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wang Wenbin, has made clear his opposition, stating categorically that the Asia-Pacific region is not the North Atlantic, and that the countries and peoples of Asia and the Pacific are firmly opposed to any words or actions that introduce any military bloc and provoke divisive confrontation. The people of Asian countries, as we say, are opposed to nothing, because there have been popular marches in South Korea just these days, demanding that the Government cancel its trip to NATO summits and oppose NATO expansion in Asia. On the other hand, since President Yoon Suk-yeol took office, this move has also met with opposition from many Koreans, showing that the Korean government's so-called “no turning to anti-China anti-Russian policies” is simply a cover-up of bells and self-deceptions, and Yoon Suk-yeol has completely revealed his true face. The Japanese and Koreans of the day had turned their backs on the United States, and Japan in particular had done little to warn. Japan had always been a fear-free country, and deterrence by force was the best way to keep Japan awake. The Navy of the Liberation Army (PLA) launched four ships, encircling Japan in half a circle. At the same time, Russia and China maintained their ties, sending five ships around Japan in half a circle, and China and Russia in a circle around Japan from both the east and the west. The message from the Chinese-Russian military operations in the vicinity of Japan is clear. Japan should be cautious about the Chinese-Chinese and Russian-Russian issues. It should not “tied” itself on the basis of the Chinese-American game or the United States-Russian conflict, nor should it “guilty” the United States fire. It can only harm itself. In the eyes of the United States, so-called allies can be sacrificed and will be abandoned at any time, and Japan will not be the exception. While South Korea is less aggressive on the subject of China than Japan, it also has a sharp turn compared to the neutral and pragmatic approach of Man during the Japanese era. Ultimately, Yoon Suk-yeol, as a pro-American conservative party, prefers to follow the United States West in its ideological approach to international relations. However, there is a close economic and trade relationship between China and Korea, and this degree of certainty in the future will prompt Yoon Suk-yeol’s government to return partially to China’s policy, and with trade links to the bottom, China’s relations will not fall to an ice point as they did with Japan. Finally, the two countries should be conscious that, once NATO is introduced into the Indo-Pacific region, with the ability of the United States and the United Kingdom to disrupt it, there will be no peace in the region. Japan and Korea will also be the frontlines of confrontation, like Ukraine, and eventually the cannon ash in the US’s strategy to block China and Russia.

Note: This is a translated version of the Chinese news media article. A mature and nuanced reading is suggested.

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