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 当初より我が国が単独でどうこう出来る水域にはない拉致問題ですが、核問題で一旦転けかかったアメリカがアメリカ国内の風圧に耐えかねて強硬姿勢に転じた。
それが「完全な核申告書」ですが、北朝鮮は既に出したという主張のもとに強硬姿勢に転じてきた。

 引用したのは直近の(1月4日)それに関する国務省定例会見での記者とマコーマックの遣り取りですが、この問題が顕在化して以後ずっとこんな調子の遣り取りなんですね。
要するにアメリカ国務省、就中ライスとヒルの路線は完全にデッドロックに乗り上げたちゅうことなんですが、日頃「拉致は日本外交の原点」なんて意味不明のことをおめき散らしている連中はなにも書きません。

 ちなみに僕推奨の媚米似而非保守ブログが何を書いているか列挙しておきましょう。
これはアホの権化のところですが
■2007/12/31 (月) 小沢民主党代表,人気取りしている場合か
■2008/01/01 (火) 年賀状の一部、ご紹介しますね。
■2008/01/01 (火) 見事に勘違ひし正体を明かす手紙をほしいと(3)。
■2008/01/01 (火) 若い諸君! 一読し、参考にし、頑張って!(2)
■2008/01/01 (火) 沖縄集団自決の火ぶたを切った出口確君のこと (1)
■2008/01/03 (木) 地雷輸出で金稼ぎしている国、処理費を受け持て!
■2008/01/04 (金) 米英両国の食い違いはヤルタ体制の頃からね
■2008/01/04 (金) 政治家が軽くなったと石原都知事、ぼやく
■2008/01/05 (土) 1首相、1内閣でないと、国際政治に対抗できず。
■2008/01/05 (土) まだねえ、米国は白人優先国だから。
ですとさ。
こりゃもう呆れる他はない。

 更新頻度は高いんだが、内容は相も変わらぬ馬鹿丸出しぶり、しかもソースは相も変わらず日本語のニュースサイトばかりだ。
それにしてもこの人つくずく暇なんだろうねw

 そして次が、批判的な内容のTBやコメントは一切削除してしまうこと、媚米、歪曲、超意訳で有名な産経記者ブログですが
「これでも朝日新聞を読みますか?」 2007/12/29 00:54 
福田首相の中国訪問は媚中外交の始まり?――「友好」は国益に優先するのか 2007/12/31 23:58 
ヒラリー・クリントン候補はなぜアイオワで敗れたのか 2008/01/04 15:58 

 そして同じく安部、小泉マンセー、媚米の産経新聞記者ブログ
発表と紹介・今年コメントの多かったエントリについて 2007/12/29 11:19 
「氷川清話」を読みながら、何となく来年を想いました。 2007/12/30 17:34 
今年はいかに生きるべきかを博物館にて思う 2008/01/03 10:05 

 少なくとも現状ではアメリカの強攻策しか依存する道はないわけなんだが、このままゆけばアメリカは転けかねない。
この人等は気にならんのかな? そういうことが?
QUESTION: On North Korea, the -- I just watched a response to their foreign ministry saying that they've already made this -- about (inaudible)?
MR. MCCORMACK: Right.
Well, the first thing I'll note about what they said is that they are committed to the six-party process.
That is, I think, the kicker line in their statement and there is every evidence that they are still committed to the six-party process and are moving forward with the implementation of this phase of the agreement as was outlined back in October. So disablement continues.
They have yet to produce a declaration.
Would we have wished they had produced a declaration by now?
Absolutely, and when I say "we," all the other five members of the six-party talks.
Chris Hill, when he was in Pyongyang and Sung Kim, when he was in North Korea, talked to them about the importance of producing a full and complete declaration.
The Chinese have and I know others have as well.
We're going to continue doing that.
We want to see this as soon as possible, but we're not going to sacrifice fullness and completeness in the interest of time.
But the North Koreans need to get about the business of completing this declaration.
It's important to the process.
It is another data point that will indicate that they are, in fact, serious about denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, which is, of course, the objective of the six-party talks.
So it proceeds. It is not -- would we have wished that it had gone faster?
Yes.
Part of what Chris Hill is going to do in his tour in Northeast Asia as well as to Moscow is talk about this, talk about it with the other members of the six-party talks and urge them to do what they can to encourage the North Koreans to produce a full and complete declaration.
QUESTION: Is he in Tokyo today or is he en route?
MR. MCCORMACK: He left today.
He left the United States today, so -- I don't have his schedule in front of me right now.
I went through it yesterday.
QUESTION: Are you suggesting that there's something about Hawaii that has changed?
MR. MCCORMACK: No, no.
QUESTION: Is it no longer a part of the United States?
MR. MCCORMACK: All right, I left that (inaudible) there.
QUESTION: He left Washington today?
MR. MCCORMACK: He left Washington today.
I think -- what did I say, he left here today?
QUESTION: You said he left the United States today.
MR. MCCORMACK: Touche, Matt. There we are.
QUESTION: Sean, is the Bush Administration emphasis on this complete and correct declaration, because what they showed you originally wasn't complete and correct?
I mean, it's -- you keep saying it has to be complete and correct --
MR. MCCORMACK: Right.
QUESTION: -- leads one to assume, well, maybe what they originally showed you wasn't complete and correct.
MR. MCCORMACK:
Well, look, I know Chris talked to them about this when he was up there and we have had several conversations, as have others about the declaration and I'm not going to get into the specifics of the back and forth, but the fact is they haven't turned in a final declaration yet.
They're going to turn that in to the Chinese as chair, conveners of the six-party meetings and we don't have that yet.
We look forward to a full and complete declaration.
We also look forward to their completing the disablement phase up at Yongbyon.
That is moving forward and there is good progress on that.
I just have to emphasize to everybody, when you're looking at this process, if -- while we all wish that these diplomatic processes would unfold as we had planned them, sometimes they don't.
And part of the reasons why they are not right now is we are breaking new ground in terms of what we're doing, in terms of disabling Yongbyon and in terms of working with North Korea in the six-party talks to get a full, complete picture of their nuclear program, not something that has ever been done before.
So that is why, when you say, "Well, it hasn't been done by December 31st, what are you going to do," and we say, well, we're going to keep working on it within a reasonable period of time, that's the reason why, because we're breaking new ground here.
This hasn't been done before.
But all of that said, none of what we're doing is lowering the bar.
The North Koreans made certain commitments.
We expect them to live up to those commitments.
We as well as the other members of the six-party talks made commitments and we are going to fulfill those commitments.
It's going to be action in return for action.
Yeah.
QUESTION: Is Mr. Hill going to meet with President Lee in Seoul? Is that on the agenda?
MR. MCCORMACK: I don't have his list of meetings for you.
We'll try to detail those for you if we can.


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