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Did Some Media Stir Japan to Destabilize the Government as per Bongbong Marcos’ Speculation?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Misleading headlines by Anti-Du30 administration publications created a major stir in Japan when they were picked up by a foreign media. This deserved attention after Bongbong Marcos discloses his theory that there are groups who are trying hard to destabilize the government. Can they be a part of it? Here are some facts.






Youtube video by; Rappler

[VIDEO]: DFA Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano warns that the Philippines’ ‘long-term’ relationship with Japan is at stake. This is due to the existence of the World War II comfort woman or sex slave statue along Manila Bay.




Reuters Highlights Du30’s Alleged Inaction

Reuters is an international news agency with headquarters in London, United Kingdom. It stresses that President Rodrigo Du30’s spokesman said that the presidential palace has no action regarding the Comfort Women statue. Tokyo objects on it. Senator Alan Peter Cayetano announces a day after this statement that a panel looks into Japan’s request for it.




Misleading News Titles

Misleading Headlines defeat its own contents. Most Japanese people are not happy with what they read after the Philippine visit of Japan’s Internal Affairs and Communication Minister, Seiko Noda last January 9 – when the President only explains to Noda that in the country’s democratic Constitution, he cannot stop the freedom of expression of these war victims or their families. However, this is not a national policy.




Clarification on the Issue

Du30 nor the DFA Department did not give the permit to build the statue in the first place. The last thing he wants is to cause conflict with the country’s relationship with Japan. The Filipino leader just emphasizes that he alone cannot impose anything on the group following the rule of law. Since it affects foreign relations, the DFA Secretary’s intervention is necessary. There may be some truth to Marcos’ speculation on destabilization if these media intended to portray the Filipino leader as someone who doesn’t value Japan’s friendship to bring in further chaos to his administration. Otherwise, just a mere case of bad taste or unpatriotic sentiments.



https://www.reuters.com/article/us-philippines-japan-comfortwomen/philippines-forms-panel-to-look-into-new-comfort-women-statue-idUSKBN1F114Q

Bongbong Marcos’ Destabilization Theory is Real – Local Remittance Surge is Clear Indication

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How Should the World Treat the North Korean Crisis?

English: Secretary Clinton met with British Fo...
English: Secretary Clinton met with British Foreign Secretary William Hague in the Treaty Room at the Department of State, May 14, 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

War break outs seem to be rampant these days – but the most serious move against the United States and South Korea is North Korea’s nuclear threat. Despite being directed to the two countries only, the world will be affected because its radiation effects are airborne – so, the damages can reach other neighboring countries and beyond. People will be killed, birth defects can ruin the whole generation and physical damages will be immeasurable. This should not be taken lightly although aggressiveness can only trigger the anger of North Korea. UK’s Foreign Secretary Hague has this to say:

North Korea: UK’s Hague calls for calm amid tensions

By: BBC News

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has called for calm over the North Korean crisis. Despite the “paranoid rhetoric” from Pyongyang, it was important to remain “firm and united,” he, said warning of the dangers of a “miscalculation” by North Korea. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22056797



Every leaders of relevant countries must be united so as to prevent making the wrong move. Damages can never be undone – so, this is the right time to call on the experts in war as well as the peace makers and see if North Korea can be pacified and get into serious talks as per their intentions or quest for that matter. No country will go for war if they are not taken for granted. What could they be fighting for?


 

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