Japan foolish about its argument for increased sanctions
Japanese ambassador to the United Nations said at a regular news conference that he would appeal to various countries to thoroughly implement the sanctions resolution against the DPRK.
Minju Joson on Saturday commented that Japan gossiped about the issue of the Korean Peninsula in a bid to refurbish its image but it only backfires on Japan.
It is the unanimous opinion of the international community that Japan had better keep its gob shut and just watch instead of hindering the issue of the Korean Peninsula from being solved, the commentary noted, and went on:
Ridiculous indeed is the behavior of Japan that always talks at random like a blind fool, unaware of how the others view it.
No matter how hard Japan scrambles to cry out for toughening sanctions against the DPRK and make the situation worse again, it sounds like a pipedream.
The Pacific makes Japan's territory an island geographically away from the continent, and its ambition for reinvasion and ignorance about the trend of the times make Japan an "isolated island" politically.
If Japan wants to avoid the tragedy of permanently remaining a "lone island", it should face up to the trend of the times though belatedly.