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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

The World Must Disarm North Korea NOW!

It's rare for me to post twice in one day,and I haven't posted anything about North Korea yet, But just as I was getting ready to go to bed this came across the news,and I thought I'd be one of the first to comment about it. Just this morning The North Korean foreign minister released this staement that was carried on the official Korean Central News Agency.
The United Nations' effectively declared war on the country when it imposed sanctions for the North's nuclear test. North Korea wants "peace but is not afraid of war," The
U.N. Security Council' "resolution cannot be construed otherwise than a declaration of a war," the ministry said, calling the sanctions "a product of the U.S. hostile policy toward" North Korea.
The ministry warned that if anyone used the U.N. resolution to infringe on the country's sovereignty, North Korea "will deal merciless blows at him through strong actions." One of two things must happen here to put North Korea in it's place. It's non friendly neighbors ( Japan,South Korea) need to do something from a military standpoint. Which Japan has no military option, but South Korea would probably be willing to allow Japanese to join their military for an invasion, but the most logical option is for China to tell Kill Jong Ill "listen knock this shit off or you will deal with us! China has the ability to stop this thing in it's tracks,and I beleive that China may. They have been allies with North Korea for some time, but I doubt that they like North Korea's attitude of we'll do what we want,and anyone who dares to oppose us will be dealt with. China is a communist country that likes things to be quiet,and done quietly, and I am sure they have asked North Korea to keep it quiet over the years. I wouldn't be to surprised to wake up one day soon to find out that North Korea is part of China now,and no one knows where Kim Jong Ill is. We can forget about any help from Russia, Putin will blow smoke, but like with Iraq he will go behind our backs and break the U.N. resolutions. With the world view of the U.S. right now there is no way in hell we will become militaraly involved, but the rest of the world, mostly Asia had better wake up soon. I mean just read those comments again. They are saying anyone who follows the resolutions has declared war on them,and they will fight. China also accounts for almost one half of all goods imported from North Korea,and imports about 500 million to North Korea, but most importantly China provides 90% of all oil to North Korea. Make no mistake China has the ability to stop this problem with North Korea with just the snap of their fingers.

North Koren School children playing target practice with a picture of George W Bush in 2005. North Korea's No. 2 ranking leader, Kim Yong Nam, defiantly said the regime would strengthen its military and "achieve a final victory in the historic standoff with the U.S." China may not care to much if North Korea has Nukes,but they should. There is no doubt they will use them or threaten to use them on their neighbors, and these are not the kind of neighbors that you want to have that kind of power. Also it will only make Iran more bold,and I know China does not want Iran to have them. After these comments today the whole world needs to either act from these threats or put pressure on China to force North Korea into ditching the nuclear program,and possibly replace Kim Jong Ill as leader. If one of these options are not done we will have a North Korea nuke attack somewhere in the world withen the next 5 years. Kim Jong Ill is the biggest threat the world has had since Hitler, and Iran is just watching to see what they should do next. The world had better act now for the sake of South Korea first,and then the rest of Asia. The Angry American


Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

but South Korea would probably be willing to allow Japanese to join their military for an invasion

I'm not have their relations been in recent years? Because they have a traditional animosity, given their history of hostility over the centuries.

I think China and Russia need to be fully onboard for any kind of sanctions to work; to choke the life from Kim Jong-il. Otherwise, it's just more angry talk, as usual.

12:55 PM  
Blogger The Angry American said...

I agrre about China,and Russia,but I don't think Russia will stick with it. I think the real key is China,and you're probably right about South Korea,and Japan, But I think South Korea is pretty damn scared right now,and may be willing to work with Japan, but that is just my theory.

1:20 AM  

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