Apr 14, 2024 14:47 UTC
  • Fumio Kishida, Japanese Prime Minister at the US Congress Common Session
    Fumio Kishida, Japanese Prime Minister at the US Congress Common Session

Pars Today- The Japanese foreign minister, in a strange behavior and in consonance with the US, instead of condemning the Israeli regime for striking the Iranian embassy in Syria, condemned Iran for using its legitimate right to respond the Israeli aggression!!!

Here, we have reviewed four recent conducts of Japan which have highly gone on viral among the users of social networks. These are the conducts which disclose the fears and, unfortunately, dishonesty of the Japanese government, the cases which are considered ugly manifestations for the great Japanese nation. They are signs of a great fear and a huge trouble for the Japanese nation, and that, before the child-killer Israeli regime and the domineering American regime.

1- Non-condemnation of the child-killer Israeli regime's invasion of Iran's embassy in Syria!

The foreign minister of the Japanese government, in a strange conduct and in consonance with the US, refused to condemn the Israeli regime which targeted the building of the embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Syria on April 1, 2024, invading Iran's sovereignty and resulting in the martyrdom of its personnel. This very weird conduct occurred while, apart from the text of the UN Charter in condemnation of this act, the overwhelming majority of the members of the UN, except South Korea and three countries with colonialist record, namely the US, Britain and France, condemned this Israeli move.

2- Condemning Iran's Legal Right to Respond

Very strangely, when Iran enforced its right to respond the Israeli invasion according to Article 51 [of the UN Charter], Yoko Kamikawa, the foreign minister of the Japanese government, said that his country "strongly condemns" Iran's retaliatory attack on Israel. According to Article 51 of the UN Charter, "Nothing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a Member of the United Nations, until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security."

Japanese Foreign Minister, Yokio Kamikawa, left, with Premier Fumio Kishida, speaking in the National Diet building in Tokyo on October 20, 2023 (Mainichi / Kan Takeuchi)  


3- Non-Protest to the US Lawmaker for Humiliating Japanese Dead of the Atomic Bomb

The Japanese foreign minister, Yoko Kamikawa, last week in a news conference, said, "Presently, there is no need" for Tokyo to protest the remarks of the US lawmaker, Tim Walberg. Tim Walberg, a Republican member of the US House of Representatives, pointing to the American nuclear bombardment of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WWII, has recently called for nuclear attack on Gaza and said, "The attack should be like Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Finish it soon!"

4- Respect to the Killers of Hundreds of Thousands of Japanese

The Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, in his trip to the US, paid a visit to the tombs of American soldiers to respect them. They were the very soldiers who had turned 220 thousand Japanese to ashes in a moment with atomic weapons. Interestingly, Kishida was happy after the act and called his relations with the US as conspicuous. After being applauded by the American representatives, he spoke of his good sense of growing up in the US, of how he had spent three years of his primary school in the city of New York and how his father was the employee of the US government.

 In the end, it should be said that apparently, the United States and the West, according to what is published on the news space, have psychological and political dominance over the Japanese country and government, to the extent that they can impose on them a conduct contrary to the historical realities or international principles.